Backflow Prevention

Backflow Prevention Services in Wayne

What is Backflow?

Under normal conditions, water from a distribution system flows into a consumer’s premises. When backflow occurs, water flows from the consumer’s premises back into the distribution system (or from an isolated system, such as a boiler, into the consumer’s distribution system). If that water is contaminated, it can carry pollutants into the distribution system, which can cause illness, or even death.

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How Does Backflow Occur?

Backflow into the public water distribution system can occur when the water pressure in a consumer’s premises is higher than the pressure in the water distribution system. This condition can be caused by a drop in water pressure in the distribution system (for example, because of firefighting or a break in a water main) or by the presence of systems within a consumer’s premises that operate at higher pressures than that of the distribution system.

Where Should One Have a Backflow Preventer?

For most cases, a backflow preventer is used in commercial buildings to protect the public from contamination due to attached machinery, tanks, and other water connected items. Residential customers will most often find a backflow preventer on the lawn sprinkler system and residential boiler system.

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