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Whether you're an expert or new to the game, we invite you to join us Tuesday, October 29 @ 11am EST for our latest webinar: Hydraulics of Backflow Detector Assemblies Type I & II Read more...

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Fire connections were among the last to add backflow prevention. When water authorities began mandating the installation of backflow preventers on fire connections, they wanted a way to detect the loss of water in unmetered connections to keep track of water being used to put out fires, resulting in the approval and use of detector assemblies. Read more...

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BIM data is now available for Watts Series 911, 911S Combination Fill Valve and Backflow Preventers. Both series are used in commercial and residential hydronic heating systems to provide make-up water to the boiler and prevent backflow when supply pressure falls below system pressure. Read more...

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Listen to our webinar, Mitigating RPZ Backflow Discharge, and earn 0.1 ASPE CEU upon successful completion of this quiz: https://bit.ly/2J8UkDP. Read more...

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Understanding basic root cause analysis of a discharging RPZ backflow preventer is critical to preventing situations where its relief valve will open and potentially release large quantities of water. By attending the entire webcast, attendees can receive 0.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE). Read more...

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Watts will broadcast a live webcast, Mitigating RPZ Backflow Discharge, at 2pm on Feb. 26. By attending the entire webcast, attendees can receive 0.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE). Read more...

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General Pipe Cleaners

General Pipe Cleaners' Flood-Guard™ operates like a check valve to seal off water back-up caused by overloaded sewers. Water flows normally through the drain until the sewer begins to back up. Then the Flood-Guard float rises to seal off the drain opening until the water recedes. Read more...

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