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How does the DI resin System work?


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Guest cwignall

Hi all

 

i have been advised to get a DI resin system with a pole to reach hard windows. just wondering how it works? as in what do i need to get?

 

Is it simple a case of hose from tap to the tank, then a hose to the pole?

 

is there any pumps or power required or does it just use the tap pressure?

 

thanks

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Guest colinvansmith

tap pressure may work, depending on the pressure but means you need to rely on your custy's having a tap the set up is it water tank to pump to di vessel to hose to waterfed pole, once you are competent at using it you will fit in double the work and won't goo back to traditional methods

 

col

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Guest cwignall

Thanks for that.

 

At the moment im only going to use it on the odd window.

 

Im planning on having a small water butt in the back of my car or van with a pump in it running of a 12v - 240v inverter. That in turn going to the vessel etc

 

Would that work?

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