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Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers, Brass

Size(s):

3/4 in. (20mm)

Description:

Series 8 Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers permit the attachment of portable hoses to hose thread faucets and prevent the reverse flow of polluted water into the potable water supply due to backsiphonage. It consists of a brass body construction, stainless steel working parts, and a rubber diaphragm and disc. Series 8 is ideal for inside and outside, health hazard installations requiring non-continuous pressure such as service sinks, swimming pools, photo developing tanks, laundry tubs, wash racks, dairy barns, marinas, and general outside gardening uses. Check with local inspection authorities for installation requirements. Maximum Pressure:125psi (8.6 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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