What happens to ammonia and silica when DI resin is depleted? - BRStv Investigates

June 20th, 2018
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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!

Today on BRStv we put the very common mixed bed DI resins to the test to find out what happens to the undesirable contaminants after the entire cartridge has been depleted. In this episode we follow the path of ammonia and silica as resin becomes increasingly exhausted and determine whether it remains bonded to the resin or if it purges those unwanted chemicals into your product water.

Stay tuned as next week we show our results for the certified ICP-MS tests for reef tank Kalkwasser options!

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