Twin Di

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    Will Having 2 DI vessels be a lot cheaper than having one with water reading 270 on the tds? Will I have to change resin frequently by doing this?
     
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  2. Bernie

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    From what iv been finding out myself is just one or even two di will not work out cheap with 270 it needs to be on a 100 or below. Your best way from what I'm told is a ro system :)
     
  3. mark m

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    Hope this helps
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLwTAjxDSuM
     
  4. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    I've got the new Merlin Ro system but I have to go to a friend house and stand there for 4 hrs till my 500ltr tank fills up I live on a top floor flat so I can't fill up.
     
  5. Neil

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    Hope this helps

    cheers mark, can I fill up my tank with the tap water that reads 270 and have 2 di vessels in my van (I already have one in the van). And as I'm working let it go through the 2 DI's? Is this still ok?
     
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    Oh and I have an 11ltr vessel in my van will I need the same size vessel or a smaller one?
     
  7. mark m

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    It wont make any difference what size di vessel you have a bag with my tap water at 240ppm which I had made 6000lt so you wont be that far off and only takes 20 minutes to fill but the slower you put the water on the longer the resin will last
     
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    So I can fill me tank up with 270 water and as I work it goes through the di and out the pole , that's ok isn't it?
     
  9. mark m

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    That is correct but at that ppm it wont last long you really do need a twin di I only used twin di at the time because it was cheaper for me to do so because I did not have a spare garage so I would have to rent at £15 a week so twin di was the only way for me at the time
     
  10. All Round Cleaning

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    I use twin di as does M my ppm is 240 too .

    But this last lot of resin doesn't seem to have lasted as long as tbe other times I have refilled maybe ive had a dodgy batch ???
     
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