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Backflow testing, a process used to test plumbing systems to ensure drinking water is not being contaminated, is a necessity for multi-family residential properties as well as commercial properties. Municipal codes often require a backflow prevention device at each cross-connection point found within a commercial plumbing system. A backflow prevention device protects potable water supplies from contamination or pollution due to backflow. For property owners, maintaining backflow prevention devices is crucial.
At DRF, our skilled and experienced plumbers and cross-connection control device inspectors (CCCDI) can ensure your property is code-compliant and that the water supply is safe for tenants and customers.
DRF’s experts can also provide backflow testing on a wide array of reduced pressure zone (RPZ) systems.
The plumbing systems that often require a backflow prevention device are hospitals, apartments, condominiums, foodservice establishments and commercial buildings. Essentially, most multi-unit buildings, whether commercial or residential, require backflow prevention devices. In water supply systems, water is normally maintained at a significant pressure to enable water to flow from the tap, shower, or other fixture. RPZ devices work similarly to backflow prevention devices, but have two independent check valves. While both devices work to keep the water supply safe, only an RPZ device is designed to protect the public water supply by disposing of any contaminants if any of the check valves malfunction.
Not sure which is right for your property? DRF can help. Call our licensed, bonded and insured professionals today to get more information.
In addition to backflow prevention testing, our professionals provide services including:
DRF’s licensed CCCDI technicians are trained to install, test, certify and maintain all types of RPZ systems, including both residential and commercial systems. RPZ valves are installed on potable water lines to protect against both back siphonage as well as back pressure of contaminated water.
Essentially, an RPZ backflow device keeps water flowing in one direction, ensuring that potable water supplies stay free of contaminants and toxins.
Annual testing and certification is required in most jurisdictions, and DRF’s licensed CCCDI certified plumbing experts have the necessary knowledge and skills to perform these services.
DRF is able to install and maintain RPZ systems of virtually any size, ad also offers services including:
DRF technicians also provide an array of other plumbing services, including installation, maintenance and repair services for: lawn sprinklers, water heaters, water treatment systems, toilets, sinks, tubs and much more. No matter what type of service you need, when you choose DRF, you will receive prompt, courteous service from a team of professionals committed to your complete satisfaction. Call today to learn more or to schedule an appointment.
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