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957, 957N, 957Z

Reduced Pressure Zone Assemblies, Stainless Steel

Lead Free* Models Available

Size(s):

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

Description:

Series 957, 957N, 957Z 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 stainless steel body, sleeve and torsion spring check valves. Series 957, 957N, 957Z has a compact design that is 70% lighter than traditional designs, and is ideal for health hazard piping applications for protection against backsiphonage or backpressure. Check with local water authorities for installation requirements. Maximum Working Pressure: 175psi (12.06 bar).

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Disclaimer: Watts product dimensions in U.S. customary units and metric are approximate and are provided for reference only. For precise measurements, please contact Watts Technical Service. Watts reserves the right to change or modify product design, construction, specifications, or materials without prior notice and without incurring any obligation to make such changes and modifications on Watts products previously or subsequently sold.

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*The wetted surface of our Lead Free products contacted by consumable water contain less than one quarter of one percent (0.25%) of lead by weight.

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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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Stop Backflow News
Backflow contamination can have hazardous or even fatal results. It is essential that backflow prevention programs be put in place and maintained on an ongoing basis. Stop Backflow news presents many case histories outlining the effects of backflow contamination.

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