Wfp Do I Need A Ro And A Di?

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  1. Harvey86

    Harvey86 Newcomer
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    Hi guys new to this site was just after some tips I'm about to set my van up for wfp and was wondering if I need a ro as well as a di I live in a soft water area looking for any advice really thanks
     
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    Think you've posted this in the wrong section mate. I live in soft water area and use twin di, I'm also on a water meter, so my bill would be higher if I used ro.
     
  3. Harvey86

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    Two di's connected. Use one to start with, then when the ppm starts creeping up add the second di. Use the vessel you started with nearest the tap and connect it to the second di. This will take the ppm down before it hits the resin in the new vessel. This way saves your resin a bit longer. Make sure you have the inlet and outlet pointing in the right direction ;-)
     
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    Get a TDS meter before you do anything.
     
  6. Harvey86

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    Thanks for the tip
     
  7. Harvey86

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    Will a di on its own be ok then?
     
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    a di will be fine on it own but a twin last twice as long for the same money
     
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    Don't buy anything until you order a TDS meter mate itl save you buying twice in the long run
     
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