Ensure a reliable supply of Reverse Osmosis (RO) water for aquarium use. Kent Marine Float Valve Kit is an easy-to-install automatic shut off system for 10 to 60 gpd RO filtration systems. Proper installation allows an RO unit to fill a reservoir to a desired level and then automatically shuts down RO water production completely. For use with all RO units except dual membrane systems and commercial RO units.
Float Valve Kit includes float valve, 1/4" plastic tube fitting, pressure activated solenoid, check valve, 1/4" compression Tee fitting, 1/8" male connector, 2 ft length of 1/4" blue tubing and 2 ft length of yellow tubing.Features
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This kit is made to automatically shut off an RO unit when used to fill an isolated reservoir. It is recommended that the reservoir have some kind of lid to keep environmental contaminates from entering the water. This kit is not designed to fill and maintain water levels in a sump of an aquarium.
Check Valve Installation
For Kent Marine Bare Bone, Full Size: TFC, CTA, and HiS reverse osmosis filtration systems
For Kent Marine Maxxima series RO/DI
Final Solenoid installation step for Bare Bones and Full Size RO
Final Solenoid installation step for Maxxima RO/DI units
Tubing Installation for Standard RO
Tubing Installation for Maxxima
NOTE: The Rubber Gasket has to be on the inside of the reservoir. Install the Mounting Nut onto the threaded stem. Tighten the Mounting Nut with a wrench until tight. Teflon® tape the threaded stem. Wrap it about 4 times from the end to the Mounting Nut. Screw the Tubing Adapter onto the threaded stem. This may butt up against the Mounting Nut. Take the Product Water Output Tube from the unit and install this into the Tubing Adapter. The Float can be adjusted for water level; however, it performs best when the adjustment dial is set in the middle. Float Valve installation complete.
Operation and Maintenance:
Depending on water pressure, it can take 5 to 10 minutes to completely shut of once the float is closed.