Vyair DI Resin vessels are used for the deionisation and purification of water. This resin vessel has a capacity of 11.0 litres, and used in conjunction with DI resin can produce top quality water which is suitable for any pure water application, including car detailing.
Resin sold separately. The vessel comes with Clunk Click Hose Fittings.
- 8″ diameter, 17″ high (excluding base and head)
- 11.0 litre capacity
- Includes stand (base)
- Choice of fittings included
- Complete vessel, all parts included and assembled, such as the riser pipe, resin head, and internal parts
- Complies with all requirements of P.E.D. 97/23/EC directive
- Suitable for drinking water following KTW recommendations
- Maximum pressure: 10.5 bar (150 psi)
- Maximum temperature: 49°C (120°F)
- Minimum temperature 1°C (34°F)
- Maximum vacuum: 127 mm Hg (5″ Hg)
- Vessel approved for water filtration use only
- Vessel must not be exposed to temperature below -29°C (-20°F)
This FRP tank is Tested and Certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standard 44 for materials and structural integrity requirements.
How to fill and connect a Vyair DI resin vessel
- Remove the resin vessel from its packaging.
- Apply 6-8 turns of PTFE sealing tape onto the thread of the fitting that is going to screw into the vessel head.
- Ensure that all required fittings are installed before proceeding.
- Unscrew the head from the resin vessel and pull upwards, you will notice that a plastic pipe is installed on the underside of the head.
- Using a funnel, pour the resin into the vessel so the resin is halfway up the vessel.
- Then tap the vessel down to compact the resin.
- Again, using a funnel, add more resin into the vessel into the resin is level with the “shoulder” of the vessel.
- Tap the vessel down again. (if the resin is not level with the “shoulder” of the vessel, then repeat steps 7-8 again until it is level).
- Remove any resin from the threads of the vessel.
- Next push the plastic pipe (that was removed during step 4) back into the vessel and screw the head back on the vessel body. Ensure that the plastic pipe is centered otherwise the head/lid will become cross-threaded and that the o ring is present on the head.
- Next, connect your inlet & outlet pipes to the vessel (ensuring to follow the flow direction or “in” & “out” on the vessel head).
- Turn the water supply to the vessel on and check for leaks.
- If there are leaks on the fittings, please tighten the fitting or remove the leaking part and repeat steps 2-3.
- The process is now complete.