Everyone who uses a di ONLY

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by harunh, May 3, 2012.

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  1. harunh

    harunh Legend
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    What is your ppm reading ?

    My ppm reading is 105. Just enough for me to get away with a di

    how about everybody else ?
     
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  2. mark m

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    at that level it will cost you £61.09 a month in resin and you will have to buy a new bag every 6.2 weeks
     
  3. garyboy

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    Are you for real i have only posted a couple.of.posts but i have been reading a lot of information for weeks now you just dont seem to get it one week you have hard water and you want the biggest baddest ro system the next you have a tds of 105 and your going to go di only then you quibble whether you should have 1 di or 2 then you will have this van then that van no wonder every time you post everybody extracts every bit of urine out of you try to sort youswlf out please or nobody will believe what you and the rest of us are trying to achieve dont mean to slate you but you seem to be doing a good job of slating yourself
     
  4. harunh

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    Hey Mark mate,

    Because am starting out .... it should last me a few good months.... when i gota bigger customer base and when i use more water then i could invest in a RO

    at the moment a di is fine for me.

    Paulrods uses a di vessel and his ppm is 130 ! lol

    I should be getting my car tomorrow. I will be up and running within the next 7 days :)
     
  5. mark m

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    Use twin di vessels you will get a lot more pure water
     
  6. Paul

    Paul Guest

    So why is that funny I get it to 0ppm I'm happy to use DI only RO isnt viable for me at the
    Moment but if we want to LOL I have a van I have customers I have wfp I have insurance of £288 per year I pay £26 per month puplic liability I have a website :) hahahaha oh lmao off at garyboy
     
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    My post was meant for harunh
     
  8. Paul

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    Yeh I know mate lmao = laughing my **** off
     
  9. garyboy

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    I was trying to say how he chops and changes i cant keep up i dont think he can either[hr]
    Sorry im slow at the lmao got it now
     
  10. harunh

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    lol gary mate, i fort i needed an ro unit until i got a tds meter, a window cleaner 15 miles away from me has 237ppm ! And i did want an astra but changed my mind about what van i want, going to check a peugeot partner out tomo should be dacent and gud to go taking a gud mechanic with me to check it over just incase.
     
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