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Old 06-19-2019, 11:45 PM
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Default Re: Question about Mistking

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Originally Posted by DPfarr View Post
Mine is connected directly to my RO system. You just need this between the line in and pump.

https://www.mistking.com/Solenoid-Valve-NC.html

In regards to the drip issue, yes. My unit is the normally closed solenoid w zip drip. It doesnít constantly drip, but after it mists, there is a droplet or two left. Thatís a small issue to me in comparison to a reservoir.
I'm probably not going to end up using a system like this, because I have a rather large reservoir, but in case I do, I'd like to make sure I've got the illustration on that page right.

So, to paraphrase, the supply line from the faucet goes through the RO system, to a reservoir that is pressurized, which is kept from pushing water past the solenoid until the solenoid opens it up while the MistKing pump is on, and the MistKing takes it from there, and when it's done the solenoid closes the line.

What I don't understand is, why do you need a (pressurized?) reservoir between the RO system and the solenoid? If the faucet's constantly pushing water through the RO system anyway, is there a reason you can't just subtract the reservoir?

Forgive my feeble understanding of how water works.
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