Step 1 - You Need Your Sink
You don’t necessarily need to uninstall your sink just because you want to install a water ionizer unit. In fact some ionizer unit comes with faucet diverter that lets you divert water to the ionizer unit whenever you need it. All you have to do is to turn a handle on the faucet. But if you must connect your unit directly to the water line then you need the assistance of a plumber.
Step 2 - Faucet Converter
Faucet converter usually come with the unit, however where this is not the case you would have to obtain one from the nearest hardware store. All standard faucet diverter usually come with 15/16" male fitting. In cases where the threads are not of the size of the faucet, then an adapter (15/16"X13/16) will be needed.
Step 3 - Connection Procedures
First attach the metal tube to the unit. At the faucet, remove the aerator and then make sure you accurately link the faucet diverter to the faucet. Next, it is time to use the Teflon tape to wrap the inlet elbow. With a screw driver, screw the elbow to the inlet of the ionizer unit. Connect one end of a hose (preferably a white hose.) to the Faucet Diverter and the other end to the inlet elbow. The hose provided are usually of different colors. Now you will be left with a hose , connect this hose to the bottom of the unit where the outlet hole is located.
Step 4 - Connect to Power
Next, it is time to connect the unit to power. Plug the water ionizer to the connection outlet and turn on the faucet to begin channellng water through the ionizer unit.
Things you need:
■15/16" or faucet diverter (if not included)
■15/16" male adapter or less