D.i Vessel...time For New Resin?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Daren N Kelly, Jan 7, 2013.

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  1. Daren N Kelly

    Daren N Kelly Newcomer
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    At what reading on my t.d.i meter do I know I need to change resin?just got kit fitted..living in soft water area so got away with just d.i vessel...just wanted to know what reading i can let it go to before changing resin
     
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  2. Belfastcleaning

    Belfastcleaning Grand Master
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    I think I will change mine when it hits 7/8.. There's few on here that only use 000... Some say up to 010 is fine..
     
  3. Dodger

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    Foolproof method, I clean my back door every few days. First time I see spots I'll change resin lol (haven't had to yet).
     
  4. Josh

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    I change mine when it gets to 10 eventho never had any spots still change just to be sure..
     
  5. I was cleaning with 45 last week , not had a call back yet .
     
  6. Posh

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    10ppm change
     
  7. mark m

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    I would change at 10ppm but i have cleaned with 18ppm and never had any call backs
     
  8. rcproperty

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    Personally I never go past 002ppm.

    The way I see it, the lower the ppm you know it's not the water that causes any problems if there are any.

    If I get called back I know it's not my water and that it's something else causing it!
     
  9. Squeak and Bubbles

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    That's true.. My ppm is always 000.
     
  10. Gmeister

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    Will be now with that 40/40 of yours lol
     
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