This is still rather unproven, but man...does it look good. This took a bunch of ordering and reordering and lots of waiting for parts to come to figure out what we actually need. I will say, that you need to remember when chasing this, that it truly is a "custom" solution. You will need to be able to measure, cut, and install. This won't magically appear on your wall without some work. What I'm doing here is getting all the products you will need to be able to get the job done. In my experience, that's the hardest part. I know that $500 is a ton of cash, but this will save you a ton of time and money with trial an error.
This is an at your own risk purchase. Although, I'm pretty sure aluminum will hold up to deionized water, but I haven't actually tested it. We have zinc plated, brass valves and aluminum pipe and fittings that aren't rated or tested for water. But, if these can hold air, I figure why not water. I'm using it on my system and wanted to offer you the same option.
It includes the following: You will need a saw or pipe cutter to cut to length. I would also recommend hiring a plumber to install.
3 - 33.5" Sections of Prevost 1" aluminum pipe.
1/2" Male Threaded 90 degree Elbow
1" Bent Pipe
2 - T-Unions
2 - Threaded Valves
2 - 90 Degree Elbow Unions
Piping Ball Valve
1" Pipe to 3/4" Male Reducing Union
24" T316 3/4" Male Braided Flexline
Stainless 3/4" 90 Degree Elbow
Brass 3/4" NPT to GHT Nipple
MTM 3/4" Stainless Coupler Plug
Prevost Spanner Wrench
Prevost Neutral Hook Spanner (for valves)
Prevost Basic Deburring Tool
It won't be long before I have Prevost pipe cutter and double sided deburring tool. They will be sold separately.