G.A. Murdock

Mur-Lok RO-Pal - Pipe x Push Connect - G.A. Murdock

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RO Pal 1/2" (OD) Pipe x 1/4" Push Connect - G.A. Murdock

SKU: 200811

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$19.99

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$19.99
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RO Pal ⅝" (OD) Pipe x 1/4" Push Connect - G.A. Murdock (DISCONTINUED)

SKU: 200812

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$14.24

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$18.99
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RO Pal ⅞" (OD) Pipe x 1/4" Push Connect - G.A. Murdock

SKU: 200813

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$19.49

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The Mur-Lok RO Pal directly plumbs RO systems to the household water supply. Easily install on copper, chrome, CPVC or PEX tubing in 5 minutes.

  • Polypropylene construction
  • NSF Standard 58 Certified

 

Available in three sizes

  • Mur-Lok RO Pal 7/8" OD Pipe x 1/4" Push Connect
  • Mur-Lok RO Pal 5/8" OD Pipe x 1/4" Push Connect
  • Mur-Lok RO Pal 1/2" OD Pipe x 1/4 Push Connect

 

Mur-Lok RO Pal 7/8"

  • Works on 7/8" OD copper, chrome, CPVC, and PEX pipe
  • 7/8" OD Pipe x 1/4" Push Connect
  • Polypropylene construction
  • NSF Standard 58 Certified

Mur-Lok RO Pal 5/8"

  • Works on 5/8" OD copper, chrome, CPVC, and PEX pipe
  • 5/8" OD Pipe x 1/4" Push Connect
  • Polypropylene construction
  • NSF Standard 58 Certified

Mur-Lok RO Pal 1/2"

  • Works on 1/2" OD copper, chrome, CPVC, and PEX pipe
  • 1/2" OD Pipe x 1/4 Push Connect
  • Polypropylene construction
  • NSF Standard 58 Certified
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SKU Mur-Lok RO-Pal - Pipe x Push Connect
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Product Questions

How does this piece install? I have straight line 1/2 inch copper pipe under my sink for the water line. Would you have to cut out a section of the copper pipe and then insert this in? Does it form a permanent leak proof connection to the copper pipe?
Question by: Jenelle Westover on Mar 30, 2016, 1:47 AM
Great question!
This will be mounted onto a cut out section of your copper piping. Once compressed down this will form a leak tight seal. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor on Mar 31, 2016, 7:55 PM