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I am purchasing a brominator for use with a evaporative condenser (cooling tower) and was wondering what is the difference between an on line brominator and an off line brominator?

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An "In-line Bromo feeder is plumbed directly in the flow path of the plumbing. An offline feeder must be plumbed to a pressure T-off (usually 3/8") just after the pump and then flows into the feeder, back out to a return T-off AFTER the last component before returning to the body of water being treated. As an example, in a pool installation, you would bring the return line in after the heater, so that the bromo concentrate would not be flowing through the copper heat exchanger, but rather after the heat exchange, preventing damage to the heater. In the case of the IN-LINE, it would be installed AFTER the last component.

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