TK-DL

Backflow Preventer Test Kit with Download Capability

Description:

Model TK-DL Backflow Preventer Test Kit with Download Capability is a compact portable device made for testing pressure vacuum breakers, reduced pressure zone assemblies, and double check valve assemblies. It consists of three six-foot color-coded hoses, a set of brass adapters, digital print-out unit, set of NiCad batteries, AC battery charger, a carrying case with shoulder strap, an operating manual, an RS232 serial port, and a computer cable and software for downloading and storing test results to a PC system. The Model TK-DL self-calibrates prior to each test and provides +/-0.2% accuracy in addition to printed, on-site documentation. It comes with a full one-year warranty.

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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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