Mur-lok Inline Check Valve 1/4" x 1/4" Push Connect
Mur-lok RO fittings are the only RO fittings that feature dual EPDM O-rings to ensure a straight leak free fit. We believe GA Murdock Mur-lok fittings to be the best so strongly that we use them virtually exclusively on each of our BulkReefSupply.com reverse osmosis units and BRS media reactors. These high quality American made fittings are constructed with FDA approved materials.
- Inline Check Valve 1/4" Push Connect x 1/4" Push Connect
- Polypropylene construction
- Stops water from flowing backwards
- NSF Standard 58 Certified
The check valve is already built into our units and this separate check valve is not required for our auto shut offs to work on our units.
You will need to use a Mur-Lok Stem Adapter to convert the Murlok fitting to a barb where the airline could slide over. I have attached a link below.
Adding some upgrades to my 4-stage Plus RO/DI. I want to split my product line to two separate locations. If I do the split after the check valve (included in the *Plus system) would I need to add any more of these? Maybe one for redundancy?
Sorry but the image doesn't seem to want to cooperate. That said though, no extra check valves should be necessary as long as its split after the check valve . The included check valve on our units is in the membrane housing so you couldn't split before it if you tried. As far as running to multiple locations, its as simple as a tee. I would recommend adding an inline ball valve to each side of the tee so that you can manually control which one is filling if you desire (otherwise it will just favor the path of least resistance). Another option would be to use a 3 way valve, though personally I prefer the two single inline valves as not only is it a bit cheaper last time I checked but you also have the option to leave both open, so in theory it would fill the first container, when the float goes up be forced to go the second container, and when that float goes up be done. With the 3 way ball valve you would have to manually switch from one container to the next. Just my two cents worth :-)