- Single Deionization Canister - Bulk Reef Supply
Single Stage deionization canister.
- Perfect for adding a DI stage to your RO system or adding an additional stage to your current system.
- Canister comes with cartridge full of DI Resin
- Cartridge is refillable
- 5 feet of tube
- ¼" Port
- Easily install in less than a minute
Great By omar on 12/12/2017omar would recommend this product to a friendExcellent products I keep my tds 0
Good quality at a good price By Chaostactics on 11/27/2017Chaostactics would recommend this product to a friendThe title says it all.
Nice addition By Dave on 4/1/2017Dave would recommend this product to a friendNice addition to my four stage thus extending di media replacement times.
Awesome product By Ampm on 1/17/2017Ampm would recommend this product to a friendEasy to set up, great addition
Draining By John on 12/31/2016John would recommend this product to a friendHooked this up to my 4 stage 75 gal ro unit. When i shut the system off this container drains to about half full of water?.. is this normal?
Di stage By Joseitopastor on 5/10/2016Joseitopastor would recommend this product to a friendOne word about this product,, awesome. Customer service connor, great service. Thanks
Great way to upgrade your RO or RODI By Madmax on 4/27/2016Madmax would recommend this product to a friendI used this product to upsize my DI capacity from a top mount to a canister. Worked exactly like I planned. Now I can hold more DI resin and I can watch the color change to know when its exhausted
Great Add-on for any RO/DI By J.Engelbrecht on 2/28/2016J.Engelbrecht would recommend this product to a friendI upgraded my 4 stage Kent Marine Hi-Si unit and the results are great. I added this DI cartridge onto the end and added an extra carbon filter on in the middle.
easy By zakdigital on 2/15/2016zakdigital would recommend this product to a friendThis stage, in my case, was a plug-n-play addition to a 6 stage drinking water kit to give me that peace of mind I get knowing I will never go above 0 TDS.
Packed well and ready to go.
My next item on the perfect water wish list is the auto flush valve!
Great TDS ,but By Mac on 1/24/2016Mac wouldn't recommend this product to a friendAdded to my RO system to obtain 0 TDS. That worked great. Problem was with the canister leaking. Had to tighten with spanner wrench to the point of almost pulling the screws out of the wall. BFS did send me a new o-ring. While replacing the o-ring, I saw that the mating surface was not smooth, especially at the forming seam. I filed that smooth and had no leaks just hand tighten. Quality control needs improvement.
canister it By littleman on 11/30/2015littleman would recommend this product to a friendBrs equipment is excellent. Talk about quality and price it's in the canister. I bought a extra di canister for my brs rodi system to make sure my water is crystal clear, easy to add on.want clean and clear.all i got to say it's all in the canister .
Works great By Lukas on 10/25/2015Lukas would recommend this product to a friendI needed a second DI canister to squeeze the most out of my DI resin, this works beautifully. Just plug in your blue line and good to go.
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Hi every one is telling me i should run a dual di. Set up my ? Is what will i benafit from adding another di. To my system if im allready at 0ppm tds no one has been able to tell me. Thanks in advance for the advice
Running a dual DI will not make your water any cleaner as a single DI will bring it down to 0 TDS. What the second DI chamber does is allow you to get a bit more out of your DI resin.
For example, if you have 5 tds going into your DI resin you should have 0 coming out. When that goes up to 1, its time to change your DI resin out even though technically its not fully exhausted (its still removing 4 of the 5 TDS). A dual DI allows you to fully exhaust that resin and the second DI filters out the 1-5 TDS that gets through. That way your still putting 0 TDS in the tank while fully exhausting your first cartridge.
How much resin does this hold?
This will hold just under 1.25 lbs of DI resin. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Will this work with a GE RO model # GXRM10RBL01
This certainly can work with many units as long as the tubing from your current unit is 1/4". Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
I have your 4 stage plus system. I was thinking of adding this as a 2nd DI since my single di only made about 100 gallons of di before changing colors completely. Will this help? And will I have to change anything with the TDS Meter if I get second canister?
Can I add this single di resin canister to any ro system?
This can be used on any RO unit as long as the unit has 1/4" tubing and ports to connect to. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
I recently purchased the refill for this canister, and I'm having trouble getting it open to empty/refill it...is there a trick to it, or is it just REALLY sealed on there?
The O-rings will be very tight after pressure and use, It will take the filter wrench and some elbow grease. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
I have a value plus system I believe with the 150 upgrade. Was wondering if there is a bracket to attach this to my existing system thanks
Thanks for getting in touch with us in regards to adding this canister onto your current system. We do not sell a bracket that allows for mounting four canisters yet, but what we do here to accomplish this is mount them close together side by side, which still gives a good aesthetic appeal. Please let me know if there is anything else that we can assist with. Thanks!
Does this come with the color changing DI resin or normal resin?
All of our DI's come with the color changing resin.
Is it normal for the canister to be filled with air instead of water once up and running?
Perfectly normal and the way it should be. DI canisters work on an upflow principle compared to the radial flow of the other filters so the air is just a bubble that can't escape, nothing to worry about!
At which point do i add the DI to my existing RO filters. Is it after the membrain, or after the third canister?
A DI resin filter would be the last filter in the set, so after the membrane the last stop before your water goes to your storage container.