Di after tank

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  1. kevinc250

    kevinc250 Well-Known Member
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    hi,i know some people fill there tanks with tap and the use di's to make the pure,does anyone or would anyone post pics of there setup?,reason being if i am honest i'm in the final stages of developing a "bolt on" device so additives can be used wether it be something like vision/tfr/virosol etc,thanks in advance
     
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    kevinc250 Well-Known Member
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    thanks stuart,on the di's are those screwed on connectors or hose lock type?
     
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    They are metal hoselock. The cloths around the top are there because I had disconnected to replace resin and for a couple of days the connections drip a little. Once the system is up to pressure again it seems to be dry. I want to change to JG fittings but I have not got around to it yet.
     
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    Sounds interesting kevinc250 as myself I don't like stuff already added to my main pure water tanks.
     
  6. kevinc250

    kevinc250 Well-Known Member
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    use the blue hose lock connections from b&q (only £1 each)best ones i've ever used and don't leak
     
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    Lol,....I'm far too lazy to run out and take a special pic Tuffers. I like to look at it like 'two birds with one stone' or in this case 'two posts with one photo' :rofl:
     
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    Here is mine too :D

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    Looks similar to mine too :whistle:.......
    Great minds think alike and is why this Forum is such a great place :D:D

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