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    Russ what is the advantage if anything of having a separate resin system vs. a mixed bed resin system? Other than the cost of the second housing is there any advantage or disadvantage ?
    Bill
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    You'd keep the resins separate primarily if you wanted to recharge them. So you don't have to go to the trouble of separating them after they're mixed. You'll get better treatment if the resins are mixed however.

    Russ
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      Now we know.
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        Couple other things to consider - many mixed bed resins are not 50% cation and 50% anion beads by VOLUME, but they are 50%/50% by capacity however. If you're going to run separate beds, put the cation resin first in order of water flow, and follow up the anion bed with a mixed bed.

        Russ
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