Max Ppm For Cleaning?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Carlwindy, Jun 1, 2013.

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  1. Carlwindy

    Carlwindy Active Member
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    Quick question, what's the highest ppm you guys would use for cleaning? Cheers
     
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  2. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    I personally would change it at 00.01 but some people I know leave there resin to go to 15, I wouldn't chance it as you might get some spotting.
     
  3. bluemonkey

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    20ppm is meant to be naked to the human eye, I know a commercial company that cleans with 012 and never get spots
     
  4. Carlwindy

    Carlwindy Active Member
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    I normally change at 10 but used 18 on own windows today and was fine
     
  5. OoO

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    Depends on a few things. 20PPM RO water is different to 20PPM DI water which is different to 20PPM Rain water

    FYI 10 would be my cut off.
     
  6. All Round Cleaning

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    I used 25ppm on friday and no problem at all .
     
  7. Carlwindy

    Carlwindy Active Member
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    FYI what's that lol??
     
  8. David Taylor

    David Taylor Well-Known Member
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    purity at these minimal levels is probably less important than correct flow rates and rinsing.


    20ppm is actually 0,002% dissolved solids (sounds alot less this way)

    we hear 20ppm and think wow thats high.

    1ppm is 0,0001%
     
  9. OoO

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    For your information :)
     
  10. Carlwindy

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