Which Way On Job Or Home?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by H MAN, Jan 27, 2013.

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  1. H MAN

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    A question in relation to the people that use big tanks in there vans.

    Which way do you think would be the better way of using these tanks?

    And why?

    Put water in first then run it though the RO/DI then directly to your pole when on the job?

    Or put it though the RO/DI then into your tank when at home?
     
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  2. Belfastcleaning

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    I'm di only and purify on the job..

    I'm not great on ro systems.. But I know they take hours to fill the tank.. I can fill my tank (350lt) with tap water in 25 mins.. So I would rather fill tank and purify on the job if I was ro
     
  3. rcproperty

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    For me have a 1000lt tank at home with ro system, then transfer the water to the van tanks, that way water is always being produced and no need to hook the water upto the van and make sure it don't overflow, plus less weight in van, easy to keep frost free at home
     
  4. Ssierragls

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    Puryifing water on the job is fine with DI only but would not work using an RO system
     
  5. OoO

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    Couldn't have said it better my self ! +1
     
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