How do I know when my DI Tanks are exhausted? Typically your DI system should last you somewhere between 300 to 1600 gallons, depending on the type of system you have. Another indication is the QC light, When the light is ON with water flowing through, it indicates water quality is good. When the light is OFF with water flowing through, it indicates water quality is bad and time for a recharge.
In a multi-Di tank system, What should be the order of the tanks?
Typically most of our Di tanks are numbered. Tanks starting with number 1 should be the first tank in line. While tank number 2 should be second in line. For any reason tanks are not numbered or paint has worn off, Cation tank should be placed first, followed by an Anion tank. Should you not know which is a Cation/Anion tank, the Red tank (Cation) comes first followed by the green or white tank (Anion).
What is a Quality Light (QC light)?
The QC Light measures the electrical resistance in the de-ionized water. The Green light stays on when resistance is at a pre-set level and when water is flowing through. The Orange light turns on when resistance drops below the pre-set level. When light is ON with water flowing through, it indicates water quality is good and when the light is OFF with water flowing through, it indicates water quality is bad and time for a recharge.
How much pressure can Di tanks withstand?
Di Tanks can withstand a pressure of 50 psi, Any pressure above this may cause the tank to crank or explode. We suggest having a pressure regulator installed to monitor the pressure.
What is the primary function of Pre-Filter?
Pre-Filters are used to protect the high pressure pump. We recommended nominally rated 5-10 filters.
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