Twin di vessels

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  1. Delicate-Design

    Delicate-Design Active Member
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    My psi at the hose is low (22psi) can i use twin di's rather than an ro system, Im not on a meter so that helps the cost.

    After watching Mark Munro's video he reckons 6000 litres per bag of resin I would be happy with this and for your information my tap water is running around 300ppm.

    Any help and guidance would be helpful
     
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  2. Bingo

    Bingo Grand Master
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    You're going to be going through a hell of a lot of resin with a ppm of 300 :eek::eek:.

    How many ltr of water do you use approx?
     
  3. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Mark uses a 4040 ro and saves himself a fortune in resin now.

    I think it is bonkers to try using twin di method when tap water is 300 ppm especially when you're not on a water meter

    Water Fed Pole - DI Resin Cost Calculator





    http://www.gardinerpolesystems.co.uk/Resin Calculator.htm
     
  4. Delicate-Design

    Delicate-Design Active Member
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    Just looked I think it's safe to say i wont be doing it this way :)
     
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