The 1/4″ Float Valve is ideal for automatically shutting off water supply once the water level in your storage reservoir or sump causes the float to lift. This valve can be used in conjunction with the 1/4″ RO Automatic Shut-Off Valve and 1/8″ x 1/4“ 90° Check Valve to add auto shut-off functionality to your RO/DI system.
The 1/4” Faucet Diverter Valve is designed to allow any 1/4” RO Tube to be connected to a standard sink faucet. While connected the Diverter still allows for normal operation of the faucet by way of a valve located directly on the diverter.
The 1/4” Faucet Diverter Valve is an ideal solution for those who want a semi-permanent connection which can be easily removed if needed.
The 1/4” Quick Connect In Line Electronic Leak Sensor is the perfect accessory for peace of mind agains leaks & flooding. Operating from an included 9v battery, in the event of a leak water is automatically shut off by way of an included solenoid valve and audible alarm is sounded.
These fittings ensure that water is only able to travel in one direction preventing backflow, often used in conjunction with Auto Shut-Off Valves.
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Used for mounting 1/4″ quick connect fittings into glass and plastic such as water storage drums or ATO reservoirs.
Commonly used in a range of different RO system plumbing projects, with multiple different uses.
The 3 Way 1/4″ Quick Connect Ball Valve is a simple inline ball valve for quick connection to 1/4″ tube. With 3 positions it can be used to shut off or divert the flow of water.
Made from durable polypropylene these valves are designed to last and are clearly marked for easy identification.
The 3/4″ Tap Adapter Block To 1/4” Tube Ball Valve is designed to allow for the connection of 1/4″ RO tubing to 3/4″ BSP taps which must remain on, such as those connected to a washing machine. The integrated ball valve allows independent and reliable control of water supply to your RO/DI system.
Flow Restrictors create pressure throughout the RO membrane element and maintain the desired ratio of reject flow (to drain) and permeate (product) flow.
All flow restrictors are rated as MLM (mL per minute).
It is crucial that the correct flow restrictor is selected, based on your RO membrane.