Reverse osmosis or di

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Eviestevie, Jan 19, 2015.

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  1. Eviestevie

    Eviestevie Grand Master
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    Hi I'm totally new to waterfed pole cleaning and have just purchased a purefreedom trolley and made a diy trolley for the lad who works with me
    All I need to sort now is what would be the best way to purify my water!reverse osmosis or di or both if needed
    My tds meter reading is 200ppm

    Thanks lee
     
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    Also any suggestions on a good quality pole to reach 3 storey houses
    Don't want cheap rather something quality that will last
     
  3. reliable chris

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    gardinerpolesystems.co.uk is good for me. don't know how they compare against rivals!?
     
  4. Eviestevie

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    Hi thanks for reply,I'll check them out.I have been looking into the facelift range they seem to have good reviews.
    Do u have any info regarding reverse osmosis/di vessel for my tds reading off 200
    Thanks lee
     
  5. reliable chris

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    lots of options available Lee.
    ever since I started 4 years ago Ive used a R/o at home into a static tank which takes tds down to about 30 then pump that into van tank and on the way out to brush head goes through 1 Di vessel full of resin which takes it down to 000. I usually have to change resin every couple of months when it gets to 001
     
  6. Eviestevie

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    Brilliant!!was thinking about that kind off set up just all new to me even though I've been window cleaning for 20 year lol
     
  7. cheapncheerful

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    hi and welcome to the forum Eviestevie.:D.not that I am the expert as I am wfp newbie but I reckon you want a ro....
     
  8. Eviestevie

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    Thanks:)for years I've been thinking about investing in wfp mainly just for commercial!a lot of customers I have would never let me clean um wfp,but I've just landed a biggish contract which can only be done wfp so need to get my equipment together this week!its a minefield a lot say just a ro system,some a di,others say both,don't wanna waste money on equipment that isn't needed!So appreciate all the advice
    Thanks lee
     
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    best decision I have made full stop...I love it...I still love me trad too both have their place but if you really want to :swear: you must get into wfp...and that lovely hose...good luck anyway..
     
  10. koopmaster

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    Facelift phoenix poles have improved by leaps and bounds in the few years they have been on the market. I use mine every day and since it's 26 feet long it reaches 3 stories
     
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