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I have spent a few months researching some NEW resins that will be cheaper to buy but not rechargeable. Many store owners have mentioned that there are a very high percentage of customers who don't like recharging their nitrate removal resins due to the messiness and/or they are wary of chlorine or bleach recharge. Apparently a lot of people are throwing it away and just buying new stuff to "be on the safe side". I am wondering how big a percentage of people this really is and is it worth continuing the search for a throw away resin that is heaps cheaper. If I can find one that is up to par (getting closer to it by the day), how many of you would prefer a cheap throwaway like we already do with carbon or is the preference for a rechargeable one that is more expensive? Would have to have at least the same if not if not more effectiveness as the current A520E. Thoughts please. Cheers, Brad
I bought a large amount of gear a year or more ago of an old hungarian man who was a tropical fish breeder. Included were a number of bags of resin. They seem to be like purigen however he recharged them using water with just a few pinches of salt in a big bottle etc which was then shaken. Are they purigen or is there another type of resin?. When running clean water through them water is clear however when cleaning on recharge the water its washed in with salt is dark urine brown.
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