Buy and sell used equipment here - Carpet cleaners, vacuums, scrubber dryers, rotaries, etc.
mixed bed resin!
Posted by bengiles (bengiles), 22 March 2004if anyone is interested i can deliver 3 x 25 litres to any uk address for £270.00 + vat including delivery.
if you can beat this price email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by SteveTruman (SteveTruman), 23 March 2004OK i will be the first to ask, what is mixed bag resin??
Posted by bengiles (bengiles), 25 March 2004sorry if it was unclear!!
there are two methods of purifying water for reach and wash window cleaning, one is the reverse osmosis method where you need a mixed bed of resin to polish the water off and the simple de-ionising method using a mixed bed of resin only to filter the water and remove all the total dissolved solids.
hope that is of help to you
Posted by SteveTruman (SteveTruman), 25 March 2004Cheers Ben for clearing that up, as i am into carpet cleaning i thought i was missing something but as it is, its for the pole guys.
Posted by Silly_Philly (Philip Hanson), 28 March 2004Is that virgin resin or regen resin?
Posted by stevekennedy (stevekennedy), 28 March 2004Is that an African swallow or a European swallow?
Ref: Monty Python's Holy Grail
Posted by wreelyclean_servic (Wreelyclean Services), 28 March 2004
ANY BLOODY SWALLOW WILL DO..
Posted by bengiles (bengiles), 29 March 2004you guys must have no life
nothing better to do than post silly comments on a proffesional web site!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by pw (paul w), 29 March 2004if a white stork brings white babys and black stork brings black babys .........what brings no babys ...a good swollow
Posted by wreelyclean_servic (Wreelyclean Services), 30 March 2004 ..If you can`t have a laugh then you must be the sad one.....
oh by the way professional is only spelt one way and it ain`t your proffesional way..
We`ll carry on having a laugh...you go off to night school....
Posted by wreelyclean_servic (Wreelyclean Services), 30 March 2004 ..oops...I forgot...
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