RO/DI Upgrade Videos

  1. Neptune Systems ATK

    Auto top off systems with a brain! Smart ATO protection without needing an Apex. Neptune Systems ATK

    No Apex? No problem! The ATK is a stand-alone auto top off system that includes everything you need to top off your tank with freshwater and best of all, you don't need an APEX!
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  2. Can I upgrade my 4-Stage RODI unit to a 7-Stage? | #AskBRStv

    Can I upgrade my 4-Stage RODI unit to a 7-Stage? | #AskBRStv

    Is it time to upgrade your RODI unit? Greg thought so and asked how to get his 4-stage upgraded and today Randy has a quick video to show you how you can do the same to your system with just a couple of add-ons. Interested in joining the FB group and getting your question answered? Join Now! Each week we'll pull questions from Facebook, Instagram, Reef2Reef, YouTube and our own website Q&A pages and answer the most interesting ones in a quick #AskBRStv episode. Welcome to #AskBRStv where we take questions from you, the reefing community, across all of our social networks and forums and answer them right here on YouTube! From how your reef gear works to coral and fish care and everything in between, we're here to answer your questions and share collective hobby knowledge with the community at large. *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales

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  3. RODI Water Filtration Upgraded with BRS Pro Series DI Resin - BRStv

    RODI Water Filtration Upgraded with BRS Pro Series DI Resin - BRStv

    In this BRStv Spotlight we cover the BRS Pro Series DI Resin and how it can increase your resin efficiency, save you money, produce higher quality water and decrease how quickly you consume DI resin as a whole. Today Ryan will share with you just what the Pro Series Resin is, how it works and ways you can optimize it for your specific water source. Check out the site for all your DI resin needs! Stay tuned as we continue to provide you with Spotlights on your favorite reef gear and strive to go beyond the bullet points on the packaging and show you what this gear is all about! *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents disclaim all express or implied warranties, in any way, related to the products and their application as presented in this video, make no representation or warranty

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  4. Spotlight on the BRS 150GPD RODI Water Saver Upgrade Kit - BRStv

    Spotlight on the BRS 150GPD RODI Water Saver Upgrade Kit - BRStv

    On today's BRStv Spotlight, we take a look at upgrading your RODI unit with the BRS 150GPD Upgrade Kit, to increase your daily water production and help decrease your waste water. That means less water down your drain and more water in your reservoir much faster. Looking to upgrade your RODI unit? Get your 150GPD Upgrade Kit here! Stay tuned as we continue to provide you with Spotlights on your favorite reef gear and strive to go beyond the bullet points on the packaging and show you what this gear is all about! *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents disclaim all express or implied warranties, in any way, related to the products and their application as presented in this video, make no representation or warranty regarding the products and the application as presented in this

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  5. Spotlight on the Aquatec Booster Pump Kit - BRStv

    Spotlight on the Aquatec Booster Pump Kit - BRStv

    Today on BRStv Spotlight Randy walks us through an in-depth look at the Aquatec Booster Pump Kit and discusses everything from how to tell if you need one, to getting one installed and fine-tuned for your RODI unit! In this video we’re showing you the ins and outs of the Aquatec Booster Pump Kit and help you decide if you need one for your RODI unit! Our goal is to get beyond the bullet points on the packaging and show you what this gear is all about! *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents disclaim all express or implied warranties, in any way, related to the products and their application as presented in this video, make no representation or warranty regarding the products and the application as presented in this video and shall not be liable for any direct or indirect losses or d

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  6. BRStv Investigates: Mixed or Single Bed DI resin, maybe both?

    BRStv Investigates: Mixed or Single Bed DI resin, maybe both?

    Today on BRStv, we have a brand new episode of our series, BRStv Investigates. In this series, we explore popular reefing theories, products, methods, and what the manuals are missing, with a focus on putting them to the test! In this week's episode, we take a look at deionization resin and how to make the resins work better and more efficient. There are a few different types of DI resin available these days from single bed anion to mixed bed cation resins and each of them have a different purpose. A majority of resins are color changing and will have a pH reactive dye on the resin to let you know when it is exhausted, but it is still best to use a TDS or EC meter to know exactly when contaminants are coming out of the resin. Now, the color changing indicator can be on either the cation (+) or the anion (-) resin and when the pH of the resin becomes lower than the threshold for that particular media the color will change to a light amber color as the pH of the resin becomes neutral.

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  7. Installing a Booster Pump on a Reverse Osmosis System - BRStv How-To

    Installing a Booster Pump on a Reverse Osmosis System - BRStv How-To

    Low water pressure feeding a reverse osmosis system can cause poor water production and even low water quality. If you are feeding your membrane with less pressure than the specified amount by your particular membrane manufacturer, we highly suggest adding a booster pump. Booster pumps can be installed almost anywhere before your RO membrane and if you use a float valve to turn off your RODI system we highly recommend adding a pressure switch that will automatically turn your booster pump on and off when the RO system is making water. Adding a booster pump is easy and requires minimal tools to connect one on your reverse osmosis filter system. Step 1. Turn your source water off and relieve any built up water pressure by opening your product water line until it runs dry. Step 2. Determine the mounting location for the booster pump. The location should have a sturdy backing to attach the booster pump’s mounting plate, and it should be clear of any heat sources or possible water leaks. W

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  8. How To Install a RODI Flush Valve - BRStv How-To

    How To Install a RODI Flush Valve - BRStv How-To

    Flush Valves are great for prolonging the life of your reverse osmosis membrane. They allow water to bypass the flow restrictor and flush your membrane of any possible built up minerals deposits that could lead to poor performance and possible failure. Installing a flush valve only takes a few seconds, and all you need to is locate your RO systems waste water line and replace your current flow restrictor with a RO Membrane Flush Valve. Most reverse osmosis systems have a barrel type flow restrictor that is easy to locate and replace. However, some do have a capillary style that is found inside your systems waste water line, and can be a little harder to locate. Once your old flow restrictor is removed, you can then install the new flush valve, making sure to take the flow direction into account. Reverse Osmosis Membrane Flush Valves come in many different flow ratings, and selecting the correct one for your system is critical for optimal performance. In most cases, a 75-90 gallon per

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  9. How to Install a Reverse Osmosis Float Valve - BRStv How-To

    How to Install a Reverse Osmosis Float Valve - BRStv How-To

    Installing float valves for Reverse Osmosis filter systems can help save water and also from costly floods. Float valves are cheap insurance for many different uses from top-off reservoirs, saltwater mixing stations, and even as a backup to your ATO system in your sump, not to mention the countless other applications. All you need to install a Float Valve is a 1/2" drill bit and an adjustable wrench. Just drill the hole where you want to install the float valve, we usually recommend a couple of inches from the top of the reservoir. Then remove the compression nut, ferrule, spacer, and retaining nut from the threaded portion of the float valve. Slip the threaded end of the valve through the hole making sure that the gasket is on the inside (float side) of the reservoir. Then install the retaining nut, you can use an adjustable wrench to tighten the nut but do not overtighten. That will mount the float valve to the reservoir, and you can now connect your water supply to the valve. With

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  10. How to Install a 150 GPD Water Saver Upgrade Kit on your RO/DI System - BRStv How-To

    How to Install a 150 GPD Water Saver Upgrade Kit on your RO/DI System - BRStv How-To

    A 150 GPD Water Saver Upgrade Kit can double the product water output of a standard 75 GPD membrane without increasing the waste water output. Installing them is pretty simple, but with all the tubing and fittings it can get confusing quick. We highly recommend taking a photo of your RODI systems plumbing before disconnecting any plumbing for a reference. The 150 GPD Water Saver essentially takes the waste water from the first membrane and refines it one more time, getting the maximum amount of product water out of every drop. Since the second membrane is fed from the first, there is a slight pressure drop and could cause a decrease in performance and rejection. To combat the decrease in pressure, a booster pump kit along with a pressure gauge will be able to get your RODI system right in the sweet spot of 65 PSI.

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