The science of pure water

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by mdpeake, Apr 27, 2012.

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  1. mdpeake

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    Fellow Windy's,

    Could anybody tell me how long filtered pure water will last if stored in containers please.

    Also with regards to the resin contained in a DI, when the ppm starts to rise and the efficiency of the vessel starts to fall, is it acceptable to top up the vessel with resin or would a complete change of resin be necessary?;)
     
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  2. Dodger

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    Hi, I'm trad myself but from what I've read I'm pretty sure that as long as your drum/tank is clean it will last months as long as it's stored out of direct sunlight to minimise risk of algie etc.

    As for resin, a total change I think but I may be corrected on both counts as I'm only repeating what I've read lol.
     
  3. simon

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    yeh mate you cant top up you need a complete change. not sure about resin but i tested a container that had been in my shed for 3 months & it was still 0. but it is supposed to last longer in dark containers
     
  4. mdpeake

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    Cheers chaps:)
     
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