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Old 02-09-2012, 03:45 PM   #1
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Water question

So I was doing some random testing today, and found that if I hooked my water supply directly up to my DI resin (Bypassing my R/O system) my ppm coming in is around 250 but my ppm coming out of the DI canister is at 0. My question is will this water still be ok to use for my FOWLR tank? I realize that I will go through DI resin a lot faster, but on the up side, I have no waste water and because of that it filters way faster.
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