Splitting single cold water with double valve...legal?

Discussion in 'Tankless Water Heater Forum' started by jed1154, Aug 30, 2013.

  1. jed1154

    jed1154 New Member

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    I have a single cold water valve coming into a bar sink, and I want to add a tankless water heater. I see they make a 'double stop' valve that is essentially a dual outlet valve. Is this code compliant if I use this to split my cold line??
     
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  4. jed1154

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    The heater I had picked out actually uses 1/2" NPT...I was just wondering if it was cool to use one of those valves they put on for dishwashers...to split the cold line. Is that legit?
     
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    Yes, if Iunderstand you correctly, it's OK to do.
     
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