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Back Flow Prevention Tes

Watch a Back Flow Prevention Device test   This time lapse video shows the process of testing one type of Back Flow Prevention Device or Valve. This one was at one of our local schools. Back Flow Prevention Valves need to be tested every twelve months. It’s not just a maintenance recommendation, it’s a requirement…

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What does Back Flow mean? Back flow occurs when water flows opposite to its normal, or intended, direction.  Contamination can occur to our potable (drinking) water supply, which can pose a serious health risk. A simple example of back flow can be explained with a hand-held shower.  They must have their hoses fastened so that the…

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