Backflow Prevention is a foreign concept to a large percent of the general public. Many people only find out about backflow prevention through a letter from a water district or utility company requesting that they submit a backflow inspection report.

There are many definitions of Backflow. Backflow is the undesirable flow of water that may have been contaminated back into a supply. Backflow is 100% preventable. It is important to use the right Backflow Prevention Device for the correct application depending on Hazard, Back Pressure, Water Source, Elevation, Pump, Pressure loss across the device, and Local Code Enforcement.

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