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Mike@DWC

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About Mike@DWC

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    Newbie

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  • Cleaning Method
    Water Fed Pole
  • When did you start window cleaning?
    September 2017
  • Location
    Dumfries & Galloway

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  1. Mike@DWC

    wfp trolley / backpack advice

    I’ve been using a PF nano trolley for a while now. Excellent piece of kit. Bit on the pricey side but you definitely get what you pay for 👍
  2. Mike@DWC

    300ro to 450 ro, wow

    Any idea what your water pressure is @johnny bravo? Do you have booster pump? I have a 450gpd RO which takes 6 - 7 hours to fill a 220 litre water butt at 58psi
  3. Mike@DWC

    What’s your PPM before DI

    TDS 160 approx RO 450 gpd 55 psi After RO 6 After DI 0 Dumfries & Galloway
  4. Mike@DWC

    RO filter replacement

    @spruce I use the ro to fill a water butt then use a transfer pump to fill barrels. This way allows me to keep a tally of the amount of litres of water the ro is producing. If I eventually progress to a van mount a water meter would be a very useful addition.
  5. Mike@DWC

    RO filter replacement

    Thanks @spruce. Great reply as always 👍
  6. Hi folks, I’m new to the forum and have gained a lot of useful info starting my business which I must thank you all for. I am running a 450 gpd ro unit. The 3 pre filters are due to be changed. Which option is the best way to protect the membranes: 1. A set of 3 pre filters ? 2. A sediment filter & carbon fiberdyne ? I produce my pure water on a new build housing estate so I’m guessing there will be loads of sediment in the water supply. I understand the carbon fiberdyne is a 3in1 filter but wondered if ‘option 2’ above would help protect the ro membranes better. Also, is the pre filter life 10k litres (waste + pure @ 50/50 ratio? I know the carbon fiberdyne is 38k litres. Any help would be greatly appreciated Cheers
  7. Dumfries & Galloway Council (SW Scotland) require all window cleaners to have a licence which is valid for 3 years. Applications require proof of PLI and a fee of £243. In return a criminal record check is carried out by Police Scotland and successful applicants are issued with an ID badge which can be asked for at anytime by the police or community wardens.
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