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Old 24-07-2018, 07:44 PM   #1
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Di-vessle setup problem?

I want to connect my Vessel so that I can use my PW and my garden hose reel both with di-water and tap water, to make it work and without having to change connections, (a fixed installation), my solution is a 4. way connect coupling.
The potential problem with my setup is ,that when I just want to feed my PW or garden hose reel with tap water, it also wants to enter tap water into the vessle from the outlet intake. is that a problem?
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I think I understand - how about a 2 way at the tap ( to normal hose and DI vessel) and then a 2 way off the Vessel to PW and open hose ?
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I think I understand - how about a 2 way at the tap ( to normal hose and DI vessel) and then a 2 way off the Vessel to PW and open hose ?
Unfortunately, that solution does not allow you to use PW with tap water , sorry,It becomes a bit difficult to describe how I mean, my bad English does not help either!
A check valve on The Vessel is a solution, but then I have to crawl on the floor under a shelf to reach it. Unfortunately, I do not have any other surface to place the Vessle.


Is there a problem that it enters water through the outlet in to The Vessle?

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Any water that enters the vessel has to go through the resin bed. Hope that is clear and gives you the solution ?
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Thanks for the answer, my idea seems to be difficult to implement practically, so I have to abandon it.
So it will be the easiest possible instead, a 2-way on the water tap, and a hose to the garden hose reel and one hose to the PW.

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