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909

Reduced Pressure Zone Assemblies, Cast Iron

OBSOLETE PRODUCT

Replacement Product: LF909

Size(s):

2 1/2 to 10 in. (65, 250mm)

Description:

Series 909 Reduced Pressure Zone Assemblies prevent the reverse flow of polluted water from entering into the potable water supply due to backsiphonage and or backpressure. It consists of FDA approved epoxy coated cast iron body construction with stainless steel trim, bronze ball valve shutoffs, and bronze test cocks. Series 909 features the "air-in/water-out" principle for protection during emergency combined backsiphonage and backpressure conditions It is ideal for health hazard cross-connections or for containment at the service line entrance. Check with local water authorities for installation requirements. Maximum Working Pressure: 175psi (12.06 bar).

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USC Cross-Connections in Household Plumbing Systems Study
There are a number of potential cross-connections in household plumbing systems that must be protected against backflow. To learn more about these hazards and to download a recent study from USC on cross-connections in household plumbing systems,

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