Twin DI

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by silversurfer, Mar 10, 2016.

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  1. silversurfer

    silversurfer Active Member
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    Ok fellas

    1-thinking of pumping tap water into tank and then pump before 2 x DI up to pole hose
    2-pump after 2 x DI up to pole hose
    3- pump tap water through 2 x DI and then just pure from tank to pole hose

    would well come some feed back guys
     
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  2. ♠Winp®oClean♠

    ♠Winp®oClean♠ Forum Addict
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    Number 1 for sure. I was the first I know of who began to utilise the twin di system 12 years ago. Even the suppliers didn't have a clue back then, it's common practice these days.
     
  3. simon

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    1, means you need to carry 2x di in the van but you can empty your tank if need be no problem and fill up anywhere no probs
    not sure what no 2 is
    i use 3, less hose etc in the van but now & again i have to ditch some pure if i need to take the tank out or i'm off on a long trip but my tap tds is 36/40 so pure is not expensive
     
  4. Alex87

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    I pump water into the tank from tap with di in middle so this stays in garden. And then the other di is in the van from tank to pole. Works good for me
     
  5. Elliot

    Elliot Active Member
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    I use number 3 .
     
  6. SPCleaning

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    I do number 1. It works very well for me as my tap water is only 53 tds (currently)
     
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