Old Membranes

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by chip, Jul 19, 2012.

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  1. chip

    chip Guru
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    Im just pondering what I can do with them. Don't know if to put them before the new ones to protect them longer, doug from daqua once told me that the waste from one membrane feeds its waste to the other, but I'm sure mine are fed simultaneously from looking at the hoses, even s think with a bit of gingery pokery I could just put them in first and then feed the new.
    Whatever I do, it won't be for a bit, so does anyone know if it damages them if they dry out?
     
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  2. rcproperty

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    the only good thing for old ones is the bin nothing you can do with them!!
     
  3. Martyn

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    Yes drying out is bad for them.
     
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