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Back Flow Valves | Geelong | Torquay | Ocean Grove | Barwon Heads | Tomlinson Plumbing

Why are back flow valves so important? In short, back flow valves stop hazardous pollutants from being sucked back into our drinking water supply. Imagine turning on the tap to get a drink, only to find some medical waste in your glass.  What about some cleaning chemicals from the local carwash, or dyes from the…

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Back Flow Valves | Tomlinson Plumbing | Geelong | Torquay | Ocean Grove | Barwon Heads

Protecting our water supply in Geelong, Torquay, Ocean Grove, Barwon Heads & surrounding areas Back flow occurs when water flows opposite to its normal, or intended, direction.  Contamination can occur to our drinkable water supply, which can pose a serious health risk. A simple example of back flow can be explained with a hand-held shower.…

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Back Flow Prevention Tes

Back Flow Prevention Testing | Geelong | Torquay | Ocean Grove | Barwon Heads |Tomlinson Plumbing Back Flow Prevention Valves – Protecting our drinking supply We’ve got Back Flow Prevention Valves to thank, in part, for our great water quality in this country. Back Flow Prevention Valves play a really important role in making sure that…

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Back flow prevention valves | Tomlinson Plumbing | Geelong | Torquay | Ocean Grove | Barwon Heads

Like our new paper weight to hold down all our bills 😆? Actually it’s a back flow demo test rig being prepped. Back flow valves prevent any pollutants being drawn back into our mains water supply – SUPER important chunks of metal. #backflowprevention #protectourwatersupply #worldplumbers  #masterplumbers  #plumberslife #plumbinglife #backflowpreventiongeelong  #backflowpreventiontorquay

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Geelong Back Flow Valves Installation & Testing | Tomlinson Plumbing

Geelong Back Flow Valves Installation & Testing | Tomlinson Plumbing What’s in that glass of water that you’re drinking? Back Flow Prevention Valves play a vitally important role in stopping contaminated water from reaching the main drinking supply, and it’s actually a legal requirement for certain facilities to have them installed. Back flow occurs when water flows opposite…

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