Do I need an Air Gap Faucet?
Hi all. I've searched this topic and can't find an answer so I hope you guys can help. I just bought a Watts Premier 5 stage undercounter RO system. It came with a really cheap air gap faucet, so I went out and bought a better quality water dispenser faucet. I just unpacked everything and noticed that the new better faucet doesn't appear to be an air gap faucet. The cheap one included has red and black tubing coming out the bottom while (with an extra blue tube) while the new faucet has no tubing. So my question is did I buy the wrong type of faucet to use with this RO system? Is an air gap faucet necessary or only required in certain circumstances? Would really appreciate the advice of all the pros on this forum. Many thx.