Dishwasher high loop or air gap?

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Is a high loop good enough? Remodeling the kitchen and wife does not want a air gap on the new counters.
 

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It depends on the inspector, but those are the two ways of doing it. The air gap is best and then the high loop comes in second.
 

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No inspection required per the city; not moving walls, plumbing or electrical. Been in the house 40+ years and never had a drain backup. Guess I will go with the high loop and make the wife happy.
 
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