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    I agree with absbrtek, the quickest most direct...

    I agree with absbrtek, the quickest most direct way is to use the anion and cation bed system. The only drawback is the initial cost for the tanks and a circulating pump. Culligan would not let us...
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    I do not know of a kit, but you can easily make...

    I do not know of a kit, but you can easily make your own kit. To trim an absorber you need an LiBr equilibrim diagram, some hydrometers, some thermometers, some pressure guages, some tubing and...
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    We use the ion resin exchange method. Bought 2...

    We use the ion resin exchange method. Bought 2 sets of tanks from Culligan for making deionized water, 1 anion and 1 cation tank. Also a diaphragm pump from Grainger and an ammonia testing kit from...
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    I think you may be mis-interpreting what you have...

    I think you may be mis-interpreting what you have been told. It is my understanding that LiBr never loses its effectiveness or chemical properties. Your machine is 16 years old and most likely...
  5. Thread: Absorbers?

    by LiBrman
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    I and 2 other mechanics maintain 38 absorbers. ...

    I and 2 other mechanics maintain 38 absorbers. There are 28 Trane (Classic and Horizon ) and 10 York. Used to have some Carrier but they have been replaced. All are single stage except for a pair...
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    Google ITT diaphragm valves and it will quickly...

    Google ITT diaphragm valves and it will quickly lead you to ITT site and from there to suppliers in New Jersey. I buy them from a local distributor of pipes, valves and fittings.

    Forgot to add,...
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    zsmillie - your bromide may be usable to you. ...

    zsmillie - your bromide may be usable to you. The key to my problem was the wrong alkalinity I did not mix different inhibitors. I successfully added nitrater inhibited libr to the same chromated...
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    Do not mix the two. Chromate inhibited and...

    Do not mix the two. Chromate inhibited and Molybdate inhibited operate at two entirely different alkalinities. You probably could get away with adding a little of the molybate LiBr to the other but...
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