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Regular Price: $8.99
Special Price: $8.09
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Starting at: $5.39
Must Have for RO/DI By Mitchel on 4/12/14Mitchel would recommend this product to a friendWhy worry about your RO/DI unit flooding your house/garage. With the float valve, no need to worry. Just set it up and forget it.
Works as advertised By Trent on 4/8/14Trent would recommend this product to a friendWorks amazingly, and is really easy to install.
works great By don on 4/6/14don would recommend this product to a friendeasy to install and works great you have to get one of these before you have a ro/di water over flow
Simple and functional By Eli on 4/3/14Eli would recommend this product to a friendValve was easy to install and works great. Have one for my top off backup shut off and one for my ro tub in the basement.
Perfect for the BRS ro systems By Jschoen on 3/29/14Jschoen would recommend this product to a friendPurchased for my brs 6 stage deluxe ro/di system. These say they are rated at 100 PSI, but i have had mine at 120 psi for weeks without any issues. Very easy to set up. doesn't come with instructions but is very straightforward on how to install. if you do have issues, brs does have a video on how to set it up
Great for ATO! By The Reef Spot on 3/18/14The Reef Spot would recommend this product to a friendIf you building an Auto Top Off system for your sump, these work! Thanks BRS! Great service and products as always!
Works great By Sean on 3/15/14Sean would recommend this product to a friendEasy to install, works like its supposed to. Got it with the 4 stage valve plus. Took longer to make up my mind where to put everything than it did to install. Will order again soon for making water changes.
Works as it supposed to - Worth the few $$ By Nil on 3/14/14Nil would recommend this product to a friendIt is worth spending few dollars than having spills. works as it supposed to. Good product.
Must Have!!!!! By Bradley on 3/12/14Bradley would recommend this product to a friendUntil I overflowed a bucket for about 20 min in my basement, I didn't think I needed these. Wrong!!!! One of the most simple and needed purchases I have made.
Saved me a few times already By Victor on 3/11/14Victor would recommend this product to a friendI have had this for about six months or so, and so far it has saved me three times. I usually run my RO at night, and at least three times I can remember falling asleep on the couch only to jump up and realize I left the valve open for the RO
Definitely worth every penny. By Kevin on 3/10/14Kevin would recommend this product to a friendI bought the adjustable RO float valve to replace the old one in my 32 gal. Brute reservoir. It proved it's worth last night when I forgot to shut off the supply valve to my RODI unit. I also installed one of the murlock check valves to completely shut the waste water down in conjunction with the Auto Shutoff Valve that came installed on my unit. I'm glad I installed these!
works like a charm By Tyler on 3/10/14Tyler would recommend this product to a friendWould have been nice if some form of directions came with the float valve. But s wuick search lead to a BRS video on how to install it onto my vat. Once again BRS is right on top of my reefing needs
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Previously Asked Questions
by Burto on March 19, 2014, @3:54 AM
Hey guys... A few years ago I purchased a dual RODI system from you that auto fills the holding tank for drinking and fills the holding tank for my reefs by a manual valve. I'm finally tired of my main (reef tanks) tank overflowing because I forgot to turn it off. My question is, would installing a float valve on my big storage tank interfere with the operation of the drinking water storage tank?
As always, thanks in advance!
Bulk Reef Supply Hey Burto,
It would not and is exactly what it is made for. I would still turn the valve off after you know your container is full to avoid the unit kicking on everytime a half ounce of water has evaporated, but the float is great to turn on and leave overnight as you don't have to worry about overfilling the tank!
by Ryan on November 19, 2013, @9:51 AM
How do you suggest hooking your reverse osmosis system to a storage tank that would lead to a kitchen faucet?
Bulk Reef Supply Hey Ryan,
The best way to see how it all hooks up would be to watch this video on the 5 stage drinking water system installation. The setup would be basically the same for any setup might just be longer runs of tubing, etc. Give it a watch and if you still have any questions let us know!
by David on April 15, 2014, @12:43 AM
Once you set up your float valve and connect it to your Water tank(trash can) how do you disconnect it? Or is it meant to be a permanent connection? What I mean is once you put the tubing from your RO/DI unit(Blue) and screw it in. After you're all done, how do you tank the tubing(blue) out?
Bulk Reef Supply Hi David,
The tubing connects to the float valve via a compression fitting. This can be removed so its not permanent but its not meant to be constantly connected/disconnected. If you have the need to constantly disconnect your RO unit from the float valve then I would suggest a push connect union, or better yet a push connect inline ball valve, which would not only have the quick push connect/disconnect fittings but for almost the same price also gives you the ability to turn the line on and off.
by Chris on November 13, 2013, @3:25 AM
What is your suggestion for a type of quick disconnect for this valve? Reason being is I like to fill smaller containers with the same line and would like to be able to disconnect the line without having to rely on the pinch fitting to hold up over the long term. thanks!
Bulk Reef Supply Hey Chris,
The valve itself must use the compressing fitting so your best bet is to just hook up a short length of tubing and then use a quick connect union to connect the tube from the unit to your float valve. That will give you a quick and easy location to disconnect while not having to mess with the compression fitting. Better yet, you could use a 1/4" inline ball valve which is basically a union with a valve in the middle. That way you can turn the valve off, disconnect from the float, move it to your next container and open the valve back up.
NOTE: To shut off your waste water you will need an auto shut off valve and check valve. If you don’t have these please purchase the “Auto Shut Off Kit.”
- 1/4" tubing inlet and free flow outlet
- .093 orifice
- Estimated flow rate of 1.5 GPM at 40 PSI
- Tested to 100 PSI
- Approximate diameter is 1.4"
- Flange to float tip measurement is 5.7" - Inlet adds approximately 1" to overall length
- Comes complete with jam nut, sealing washer, JACO compression nut and polyethylene float
- Hardware made with 18-8 stainless steel
- Bodies made of NSF approved PVC
- Replaceable seals are made of long-wearing, chemical resistant Santoprene rubber.
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