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Old May 22nd, 2016, 12:08 AM
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Default Procedure for professional mebrane cleaning?

Got my new to me ro today. Its a 2007 model 600 d&g with a one year old h20 membrane. I have some questions about sending the membrane out for cleaning.
1. I assume I need to buy a canister to store and ship the membrane in?
2. Should I use ups, fedex, or what?
3. Who should I send it to? Leader, H2o, d&g?
4. Any advice for getting the membrane out of the stainless post?
5. Also, this has nothing to do with membrane cleaning but... if I need replacement parts for the high pressure pump, who should I get them from? D&G?
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Old May 22nd, 2016, 01:23 AM

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This is what I know about mine and how I handle it. My membrane came in a canister that holds it in its storage liquid. My canister is made from the same heavy duty blue water line that they make releasers out of. Mine is way to heavy to ship so I bring it back and forth to my supplier who cleans them.

My supplier used to ship it back to CDL for cleaning but now Roth Sugar Bush cleans them in house with full reports on its condition. I pay $220.00 for a complete clean and report.

I have to set my tower on its side to slide out the membrane.
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