The new Spotless water systems
By using one of the new conversion systems on your Spotless water DI systems you will now not only put 40% more resin into the machine but by doing away with the cartridges (which leak at the seals) your system will produce far more DI water that the current system.
How does it work?
What is required to convert a Spotless water DI systems to the new DI Rinse system is quite straight forward. You simply remove the cartridges from your Spotless water DI systems and install the new feeder tubes (see photo). Refit the blue outer containers (without the cartridges) to the Spotless water DI systems and then screw the cartridge body back onto the housing with the feeder tubes inserted directly into the resin. This way your standard Spotless water DI systems machine will hold 40% more resin than it would if using the 20″ plastic cartridge.
We can also supply a 1 cubic foot bag of resin (equivalent to 6 Spotless cartridge refills) at approximately half the price of the Spotless resin. By using this system you will benefit from using 100% of the resin inside the housing as there will be no leaking seals to contaminate the DI water.
This will make the small DIC 10 unit produce as much DI water than the standard DIC 20, and the DIC 20 after conversion will now produce 660 gallons DI water, that’s 260 gallons more (based on TDS of 110 ppm) . See the “how to convert your spotless system video”
The new more efficient range of Spotless water DI systems
DI Rinse Pro 100
This Pro 100 system holds 1 cubic foot of DI resin and will produce 4,000 gallons of DI water (TDS of 110 ppm). It also has a really useful by-pass valve on top of the unit which makes it really easy to pre-rinse/wash your RV using normal water and then switch across to DI water for that all-important final rinse. This is a vast improvement on the Spotless system and will also take up less room. This system can handle 10 GPM.
The DIC 20 Spotless system produces only 800 gallons of DI water (TDS of 110 ppm).
The DI Rinse Pro 100 produces 4,000 gallons of DI water.
Dimensions: H 36″ W 9″ TDS of 110 ppm
*NEW* Compact DI Rinse Pro 50
The Pro 50 system holds 1/2 cubic foot of DI resin and will produce 2,000 gallons of DI water per refill (based on TDS of 110 ppm). It also has a really useful by-pass valve on top of the unit which makes it really easy to pre-rinse/wash your RV using normal water and then switch across to DI water for that all-important final rinse. This is a vast improvement on the Spotless system and will also take up less room.
The DIC 20 Spotless system produces 800 gallons of DI water(based on TDS of 110 ppm)
The DI Rinse Pro 50 produces 2,000 gallons of DI water (based on TDS of 110 ppm)
This system can handle 5 GPM.
Dimensions: H 24″ W 8″ TDS of 110 ppm Ask a pre-sales question
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I was just about to purchase the CR unit when late last night I stumbled upon your side by side comparison. So glad I saw it. Will be buying the bigger PRO 100. THANKS!
I am a pro window cleaner and I use a similar product to rinse the windows and yeah it really works! saves me loads of time and effort which means more windows washed in less time and more money for me with less effort! I also use it on my Air Stream and pick up! Thanks
Ordered this and its worth every penny because of the hard water we have in Florida well worth the investment.
I'm a weekend warrior. I wash three cars and a motorcycle. I bought the conversion kit for the blue tube CR spotless. It's exceeded my expectations and has done everything this Bloke claims. It's saved me countless hours of backbreaking drying and money in resin. cars and motorcycle have never looked better. Thank you for your video, it's much appreciated!
Great product you never stop amazing me with your videos great info
Great to see the DI still working like is meant to ! Excellent presentation again!
Great product and it’s great to know how we can convert our older models
That’s an eye opener! I bought my spotless system after watching your vids. I don’t have an RV so mine was bought to clean my cars and my BMW motorcycle. Best thing I did, thank you guys. But I soon realised that the resin was going to be expensive. Going to give this a go. As always great video, really enjoy the channel thank you guys.