|Posted by DICK on September 21, 19100 at 15:04:48:|
|In response to Re: Can Bottled water feed Refrigerator Ice Maker by gravity|
: Our city water is terrible. So I never hooked up the ice-maker in our refrigerator.
: I am now considering using bottled water to feed the ice-maker.
: 1.> Is there an addaptor for such purpose? If so, where can I find it?
: 2.> Will gravity supply enough water pressure if I put the water holder on top of the refrigerator?
: 3.> I know water pressure is determined by depth (or height), but how much psi per foot of rise (or fall)?
: ...(book stats require 20-120 psi)...
: 4.> Any suggestions for the plumbing/supply assembly?
: PS: Thanks for this forum. I found it entertaining as well as educational. It was a nice surprise on Altavista search under "water pressure."
fresh water creates about .433 psi per foot.
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