Unger hydro DI Vessel

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    Anyone know the cheapest place to buy two 6ltr vessels ? I'm not paying £230 each its a mad price but I like how quick you can change the resin plus they look good too


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    You must be bonkers wanting to buy that thing. Have you seen how much bags of resin cost :rolleyes:

     
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    thats a great looking system for ease of change of resin for high volume users which...

    I suspect neil is:D

    and I think neil is thinking once he starts a job he hates wasting time as he suddenly finds his resin letting him down..

    so that is so easy to slip a new one in and off you go..

    er yep neil with you on that as remember...IM ON A TROLLEY,only 20 litres and it always runs out with half a window to go...

    probably just shake the bags around a few times before disposing to be sure its all used but...

    usually the manufacturers spoil it somewhat by the high stupid price for the resin...re smurfs post above..

    however....me pretty sure you could make a reusable bag or get a reusable bag off ebay as they are so much easier to fill than di vessels look..and you can do that in free time at home so when you get stuck in and go psycho like I do....you dont have to stop for long and lose your pace...:D
     
  6. Neil

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    Smurf you can put your other brands of resin in the vessel doesn't have to be unger bagged


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    It still has to be in a bag though surely using that type di tank?
     
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    #8 Bingo, May 17, 2015
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    Nope.... you can either use Ungers 'bagged' resin or any other make of 'un-bagged' resin :thumbsup:.
     
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    Niel......Why do you want/need to use such small size vessels?.....anyway, this guy on e-bay sells various sizes of re-furbished vessels (new seals etc) at good prices :thumbsup:....

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/divessels/m.html?item=161704325099&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
     
  10. Neil

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    Because there easier to change resin over and look better too


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