ET117-009 RO Water Filter Air Gap with 1/4-inch Quick Connect for Installation on a 1-1/2-inch Standpipe with ABS Trap Adapters
❤ SIMPLE INSTALLATION: The ET117-009 is designed for connecting discharge water tubing from a reverse osmosis system to a drain line. Its 1/4-inch push-in quick-connect inlet accommodates a 1/4-inch OD poly tube, while its 1-1/2-inch OD outlet connects to a 1-1/2-inch standpipe drain. Included ABS adapters provide for a secure connection to the standpipe. The ET117-009 can be pressure fit or glued to a plastic standpipe.
❤ STANDPIPE CONNECTION: The ET117-009 has a 1-1/2-inch OD outlet that connects to a 1-1/2-inch standpipe. The air gap can adapt to different pipe materials and sizes with the use of additional adapters or couplers. The air gap’s flow capacity is 15 gallons/minute.
❤ QUIET OPERATION: The ET117-009 is designed with a splash guard to assure a complete dry operation. A dripping noise prevention membrane (P/N ET170-019) is one of the accessories supplied with the ET117-009. The membrane stops dripping sound caused by dripping water from the ET117-009 air gap.
❤ CERTIFICATION: The ET117-009 is legal to install in any state. It is UPC® (Uniform Plumbing Code) Listed, IPC® (International Plumbing Code), and NSF® (National Sanitation Foundation) tested. These certifications assure that every product is safe to use. The testing is conducted for every manufactured lot to ensure consistent performance.
The ET117-009 RO water filter air gap is designed to provide a convenient way to install an air gap into a 1-1/2-inch standpipe drain. This air gap can be connected to a water filtration system using flex tubing. The air gap’s splash-resistant design protects the air gap’s surroundings from water damage. The inlet accommodates flex tubing for leak-proof installation in tight spaces. The right-angle inlet provides a convenient way of connecting discharge water tubing to a drain line.
This air gap is easy to use and legal to install in any state. The ET117 series air gaps are listed by UPC (Uniform Plumbing code) and tested for compliance with IPC (International Plumbing Code) and NSF standards.