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Old 11-01-2019, 08:51 AM   #1
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Product Highlight - RaceGlaze 0ppm Water Filter

https://www.raceglaze.co.uk/car-care...ashing-filter/

Leaves no water spots even without drying off
Connects to your hosepipe or pressure washer effortlessly
Use to fully wash or just final rinse to reduce usage - the latter for best economy
7 litre capacity, weighs 5kg, 50cm total height
Up to 700+ litres of pure filtered water depending on local water hardness
Supplied ready to use, pre-filled with resin
Refillable with new filtration resin granules - so much lower cost long term - £45 for refills
Supplied filled with resin and 3/4" threads for male adapters for Hozelock hosepipe fixings (adapters not supplied)
Refilling takes 5 minutes
No need to empty vessel of water between washes but advisable to run 2-3 litres through every 2 weeks in summer
The new Race Glaze Maxi-Filter uses a durable 11 bar pressure tested fibreglass tank ready filled with 7 litres of premium A1 grade resin (note: some budget filters use sharps - broken reject resin, or are only part filled) and comes ready for you to add standard Hozelock-type connectors (not supplied but available on this website) to begin use immediately.

Mains water comes into the unit and is distributed out from the top strainer into the resin bed, falls under pressure and gravity down through the resin bed and as its only outlet is into the bottom strainer and up the pipe, comes through the resin bed to emerge on the outlet side as close to 0 parts per million (ppm) of dissolved solids as possible.

Using a hosepipe to wash a car uses approx. 30 litres of water (AutoExpress 21/3/2012), a final rinse only a fraction of that - we estimate 5-7 litres at most.

This is a breakthrough in filtered water product for car washing that is proving to be very popular.

We recommend that a final rinse is performed at half mains pressure, just sufficient to create a wave of water over the vehicle, and should be able to be completed in around 45 seconds for a standard family car, little over a minute for a 4x4. This is based on our own usage over the last 4 years.

Accessories: Water Hardness Meter so you can test the water to see when resin needs replacing, and replacement resin in 7 litre or 25 litre bags.
Alternatively, simply send us a sample of your output water and we'll measure it for you and report by email. FREE service for our customers only.

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