When to change filters and resin?

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  1. Adda85

    Adda85 Newcomer
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    Hi guys, I was wondering at what ppm reading would you change the filters or resin, my ppm was 001 but has gone to 004 in the last couple of days, also not sure if I need to change the filters first or the resin. My tap water ppm is around 300. I have a pure freedom setup. Thanks. image.jpeg
     
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  2. Eddie dragon

    Eddie dragon Active Member
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    Hi new at this wfp myself. I also have a pure freedom system. I changed Di resin soon as water got to 1 ppm. That was all it needed. You have reminded me I need to email pure freedom, as I carnt remember how long the carbon and sediment filters last.
     
  3. Scots lad

    Scots lad Active Member
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    I'd change my resin I f water starts to creep up from 1
    If your water is coming down after ro it might just be. Di resin your needing changed to polish the water
     
  4. David K

    David K Forum Addict
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    I change as the others , when PPM rises its time to go !
     
  5. David K

    David K Forum Addict
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    Nice setup Btw ! :thumbsup:
     
  6. Adda85

    Adda85 Newcomer
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    Ok thanks for your help, will the water at 004ppm be OK to use in the meantime as I have a tank full, and quite a few jobs tomorrow, thanks.
     
  7. kevinc250

    kevinc250 Well-Known Member
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    i'm at 10ppm at the moment and no problems whatsoever,its a bit of a myth this 000ppm
     
  8. spruce

    spruce Grand Master
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    I can get away with 4 but I won't let is go any higher.
     
  9. David K

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    No problem , a guy i know wfp from RO at 8 ppm for years , looks great every clean .
     
  10. steve garwood

    steve garwood ginger lion
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    I go up to 005 then change. As for the pre filters 3 to 4 months
     
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