003 Ppm Ok To Clean With?

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  1. WJCN64

    WJCN64 Active Member
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    I have a 100 gpd ro and di unit getting it down to 003 at the moment whats the limit you can clean with ?
     
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  2. rcproperty

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    they say upto 010ppm is fine, some people have worked with higher and still get away with it.
     
  3. Gushysfella

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    Yep I use rain water with a reading of any where from 005 to 013 no problem or complaints! GF
     
  4. harunh

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    003 is nothing mate dont worry
     
  5. OoO

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    Cleaned with 015ppm before. And also 120ppm on a regular customer. Both dried fine. Wouldn't recommend over 010ppm though.
     
  6. instrength

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    I buy my water and 3 is fine normal I will say something if it goes over 5 only because I'm paying for it.
     
  7. WJCN64

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    Ah good im thinkin of geting a polisher to get it down but i will hold off on that atm thanks guys!
     
  8. Matty H

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    I'm hoping this is a typo :rolleyes:
     
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    Best to only use 0 ppm as you can then not blame the water for spotting & drip marks as will be down to the technique your are using. You can go weeks without any issues but come across some windows that will spot and leave drip marks. Go figure

    I’ve got into the habit myself of never cleaning windows with anything higher that 0 ppm.

    To be honest what I call splash & dash merchants some using higher ppm is what gives wfp a bad name

    Incoming! :D
     
  10. OoO

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    Nope. You will be surprised what you can
    Clean with. Depends on the glass and seals.

    I have cleaned my windows with 475ppm and got very very little spotting. As remember there is no detergent film. Try your own windows. Or just a window with high tds :)
     
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