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As far as I can tell from the Star-K and the Kof-K you linked to, an overwhelming collection of traditional Jewish sources would obligate the grill in tevilah. Thus I would be very surprised to find such a leniency, and it would be hard to rely on it even if it does exist. Perhaps (and I speculate) what you have seen / what has confused others about the ...
A mikvah for vessels has the same requirements as a women's mikvah. As it says here This is interpreted by the Talmud to mean that the vessels should be purified by immersion in the waters used by a niddah for her purification—a mikvah. So a women's mikvah can be used to immerse vessels. If a vessel/container drops into a women's mikvah, it does ...
Not unless it causes so much water to splash out that there are no longer 40 seah left (which is fairly unlikely). If it's kosher for women it's certainly kosher for keilim (other than that the owners might not be happy about its use as a keilim mikva, which could raise its own halachik issues.)
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