Newbie to RO

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by mdpeake, Apr 20, 2012.

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  1. mdpeake

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    I,ve been cleaning traditionally for 4 months and I have mustered up nearly £300 of custom within that time, so I am as you would expect getting the bug..well I think that is good anyway.

    I have been investing in WFP and I have recently installed a RO system into my domestic supply, well I am wandering whether I have done the right thing because my water reading has gone from over 450 to 40 which is great ....but..... is the water quality good enough to provide an acceptable service without come-back...help please on that one as I am not sure how to re-address the issue if I need to meet the ultimate 000 where water purity is concerned.. many thanks in advance for any body that may be able to help.. :D

    Ps what could I do to bring the water purity down even further if it is important for me to do so.


    Please forgive me many questions..but I am getting there and I will contribute to newbies when I achieve vet status ....;)
     
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  2. nearlyclean

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    That not bad with a R/O only you just need a DI to polish the water to bring it down to 000
    You will get a lot of spotting with 40ppm, you can usually get a DI unit that sits at the end of the R/O speak to the supplier of your R/O shouldnt be much to add one on if you have one already probably need to recharge it with new resin or flush the system (little tap with an arrow) takes about 20 minutes to flush.
     
  3. mdpeake

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    Thankyou Newclean..will do :)
     
  4. 2 options you have.

    1) bung a DI tank (usually a blue stubby looking thing) after your pump in the van
    2) get a lil 10" DI filter and fit it after the RO

    after either of these you will be well away
     
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