Well, I completely switched gears and went with the JBJ ATO topoff system connected to a reservoir instead of directly connecting to the RO
unit. I was concerned about 2 things:
1. Potential flooding which would kill the tank as well as my living room.
2. The constant on/off of the RO
unit. I read that the constant on/off allows a lot of impurities by as the unit doesn't build sufficient pressure across the membrane.
Plus, with a reservoir I have to ability to dose Kalk
if needed. I did plumb the reservoir directly to the RO
unit with a ball shut off valve. Therefore, when I need to fill it, there is still no carrying buckets of H20.