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Dirty water

Dan Holohan suggests that if there is too much sediment in the water, in addition to cleaning the strainer to protect the pump, the system itself should be cleaned with trisodium solphate.
Can someone tell me how this is done? What is the correct quantity of solphate to be used? How is it fed into the system? How long does it have to stay there? Does the system have to go through one or more heating cycles before the solphate is removed? Does the system have to be rinsed after the treatment with the solphate and before being refilled with fresh water and the oxigen scavenger?
Are there any precautionary measures to be taken before introducing the trisodium solphate in the system to avoid possible damages to some components of the system?
In other words guys, I have never done it and so please tell me everything you think I should know.


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