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- Aug 6, 2017
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I am looking to build a ULM tank at some point that is fully automated and I have come across RODI units being plumbed directly to a sump or ATO within the cabinet to eliminate the need for carrying buckets of water. Redundancy of failsafes to ensure flooding the tank as well as your home does not happene is a must, but what are your experiences and tips for doing this successfully?
Plumb to ATO or sump, utilize Apex, float valve, solenoid, etc.?
Slow drip or ATO a few gallons at a time? Any unique parts out there I should be aware of?
Horror stories to make me reconsider ?
Let's hear your thoughts!