Choosing the Right RODI System
While the initial cost of a DI tank is quite a bit less than an RODI system, because DI resin is expensive, an RODI tank may quickly pay off in the long run.
An RODI system is considered a 3-phase system because the water first runs through a pre-filter (usually carbon) to remove chlorine, then an RO filter, which removes about 98% of the water's impurities, and finally through a DI filter. The amount of costly DI resin needed is then greatly reduced with an RODI system.
However, not all RODI systems are the same.
When choosing an RO//DI system, there are some things you need to consider, including:
- What is the average TDS of the water in my area?
- How high am I going to be cleaning with a water fed pole?
- How often am I going to be cleaning with a water fed pole?
- How many people will be cleaning with water fed poles at a time?
Yes, budget is another consideration, but it's a little more complicated than just the initial purchase price. The smaller the system, the more often you'll have to change cartridges, which cuts down on productivity.
Our Top Pick: The DIY RODI System
Thje J. Racenstein DIY RODI kit saves you coveted floor space, money, and precious time on the job. No other system on the market produces as much flow, allowing you to reach greater heights, run multiple water fed poles, and work as efficiently -- all at around the same cost as an RODI cart.
While you do have to mount the system, we've made it easy. The kit now comes with a pre-drilled mounting plate, pre-wired pumps, all the hardware you'll need, and step-by-step instructions. DIY saves on both the equipment cost and the cost of shipping -- and we pass those savings on to you. Plus you'll have an amazing pure water system with larger filters and more water production that's ready to go as soon as you hit the job site.
Available in a variety of setups to fit your specific needs and budgets.
Learn more on how to choose the kit that's right for you.
The ProTool Flat Pack Cart
For those who don't have wall space in their truck or van, we recommend the ProTool Flat Pack Cart.
The quality system features a 40" RO filter, a 20" carbon filter, and a 20" refillable DI filter, steel frame, wide base for better stability, and more. Bigger filters mean they last longer, saving you time and money.
Because assembly is required, you get a much better cart for less than lower-quality systems. We provide everything you need for assembly and detailed step-by-step instructions.
Don't want to assemble it all yourself?
For a small amount more, you can order an assembled cart that requires just a few steps to get up and running. Simply add the wheels and filters, then connect two hoses and you're ready to clean.
The ProTool RODI Cart comes with best-in-class DI and carbon filters. This means less frequent changes and more time on the job.
The 4" x 20" filters are 9 TIMES larger than the standard 2" x 10". These filters last 9 times LONGER and require 9 times FEWER changes.