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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by derek, Dec 28, 2012.

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  1. derek

    derek Well-Known Member
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    Would you guys clean with a ppm of 006 ?

    My ppm is 34-35 and the di I have at the moment is only bringing it down to 006 ppm?
     
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  2. Squeak and Bubbles

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    Personally that would be my max, if the window is filthy not sure how good they would clean up, specially when you rinse. You run out of resin?
     
  3. derek

    derek Well-Known Member
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    No mate its my mates di I'm giving him it back today got a 25lt drum of ro water from dobbies today and that was bloody 007 :O
     
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    You got an RO system, if not you would be better with one.
     
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    derek Well-Known Member
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    I would have thought di would have been fine for a ppm of 34
     
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    or, I see, thats ur normal ppm, flip me that's good. The resin must have been shot dude if your water was coming out at 006/7ppm. I see why you don't need an RO, unless you had 1000s of homes to clean, then resin would start to cost.
     
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    6ppm for water would be fine
     
  8. derek

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    really? mind i said one job i done the other week had a few white spotting marks tho?
     
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    Thats scottish water for you mate... better than that poison you have down england haah
     
  10. Squeak and Bubbles

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    LOL... Yeah my td is 165 which isn't that bad compared to some down south which can have a reading of 300 or 400 if not higher.

    With regards to the tds at 006, some will work with it and even up to 10, personally not for me, 000, just like my bank balance lol.
     
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