It is made to hook up to one item. If you put a splitter and extra line on it I don't see why you couldn't hook it up to both.
From the way you describe what you need in your pump, I can not answer your question. We use our pumps for something very different where we are using them to pump only 15 to 20 gallons per day. While this pump might be able to do 35 gph, I do not know how long this pump will last for you at that rate.
Sorry but I am not sure what you mean by the term smart faucet as I have not heard that term. However I will guess you may be referring to a faucet that comes on when you touch it or has an electronic eye. If so that has no bearing on this unit. This device keeps a small amount of water pressurized internally. When whatever faucet or valve is used opens this water pressure is released. That causes the pump to come on. I hope that answers your question. Let me also add that this pump does not move a lot of water quickly nor is it intended to. It will supply an ice maker, coffee maker or fill a glass. But it will not move enough water to wash your hands or supply a sink.
Your water flow should be more substantial. I don’t want to get to technical but let me just say pressure is not relevant in this situation. It’s all about flow rate and you should be getting much more than you are. Also it should be steady and clear. What is referred to as a laminar flow. I strongly suspect that you are drawing in air on the suction side. Pumps move liquids. The introduction of air will greatly diminish and or eliminate their ability to move a fluid. Further a leak that allows air in will not necessarily express itself as a water leak. Please give us a call at 1 949 608 3900 and we can help you trouble shot this.
yes, but does not give enough preasure
Please look under the header "info and guides" on the Home Depot product listing page. There you will find a PDF of the specification sheet. If you open that document you will that this product carries two certifications. Eclectically it has been certified by UL (underwriter’s laboratories) and for plumbing it has been approved by NSF which is and international body that that tests plumbing items for safety.
I didn't need anything else. I bought a new fridge and at first thought I would need extra connectors but I found I didn't need them because they come with both male and female connectors to fit your needs. So I would say no, you don't need anything else.
No, that is not its purpose. The long wand shown at left of photo goes into a 5-gallon water bottle. I have used it when demoing my hydrogen-rich, alkaline water ionizing machine at trade shows because typically I could not hook my device up directly to a sink. www.StopBottledWaterWaste.com
yes it fits a 3 or 5 gal. bottle