Backflow Preventer Inspection for BUSINESS
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All commercial buildings are required to have a backflow preventer device installed onto their irrigation system. The reason being is to protect the public water supply from any type of contamination that can get into the water system from the forward-flowing water turning on itself and flowing backward, which can be caused by an array of scenarios.
Guard your business against being at fault and protect your city’s water supply.
New Construction Backflow Prevention Device Rental
B&W Fire Security Systems rents out backflow preventer systems for any job requirement. There is a lot of time, energy, and planning involved in a new-build construction project.
We make it easy to set up the backflow preventer on hydrants for convenient access for water truck drivers to do their work more efficiently. We are well equipped to work with any job, as we are savvy in new-build construction or a rebuild of existing systems.
Keep Your Building in Compliance
We are knowledgeable with city requirements and ensure exceptional installation, service, and/or repairs for your job. It is important to note that it is typically mandated that all backflow prevention devices are installed and tested by a certified backflow tester and tested annually with certified test reports sent to the city’s water protection department.
B&W Fire Security Systems is your certified backflow tester to install, service, repair, inspect and certify your backflow prevention device.
Why Get Backflow Preventer Inspection?
A backflow preventer inspection ensures that your backflow device is working correctly and is protecting your property from potential water damage.
Backflow preventers help to prevent water from flowing back into your water supply, and by having it inspected regularly, you can be sure that it is working properly in its normal and intended direction.
The inspection also boosts the protection of your commercial properties from potential damage. Back pressure occurs when the downstream pressure exceeds the supply pressure in a piping system, causing the flow direction to reverse.
When the backflow preventer installed is not correct, back siphonage may occur, which may lead to water contamination.
Back siphonage is a backflow caused by negative pressure in a property’s potable water system. The backflow prevention inspector has to check and do necessary repairs and maintenance to the backflow devices, including the valves and the air gap, to ensure the proper operation of your system.
B&W Fire Security Systems offer backflow preventer inspections for residential and commercial properties. Our team provides professional inspection and maintenance on air gaps, double-check valves, and pressure vacuum breakers to prevent backflow and potable water contamination.
What Should You Expect During A Backflow Preventer Inspection?
The inspection and testing have three primary goals: to identify potential back pressure problems, restore the normal flow of potable water supply, and prevent these issues from recurring in the future.
Aside from testing the backflow preventers, including the double check valve, the inspector will also check if the contaminated water in your irrigation system has reached any undesirable areas.
The water supply is briefly turned on to check if the water flows correctly and if there are any leaks.
All the valves of your backflow device, such as pressures, relief, and air, are assessed if they are working within the prescribed operational timing.
Backflow prevention device inspections
It’s wise to check your town or city’s website to make sure your business irrigation systems comply with city, state, and federal regulations and codes. Installing a backflow prevention device not only protects your water supply but also prevents contaminants from polluting the city water system.
It is typically mandated that all backflow prevention devices are installed and tested by a certified backflow tester and tested annually with certified test reports sent to the city’s water protection department.
B&W Fire Security Systems is your certified backflow tester to install, service, repair, inspect and certify your home’s backflow prevention device.
Call B&W Fire Security Systems today for help with:
Annual Service, Certified Inspections, and Repairs for your commercial building
Backflow Prevention Device Rental for new construction projects
Rebuild of Existing Backflow Preventers to be in compliance with proper specifications and to ensure proper functionality for the water pressure requirements for your building
Accurate, Precise, and Timely Installation for your backflow device
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"B & W has performed many complicated projects for Show Low High School over the last few years. Each project has been explained, researched, bid, installed and followed up with so that I am a very satisfied customer. They have repaired defectively installed sprinkler systems, replaced and repaired an alarm system that has had gremlins that other companies charged us large sums of money to fix only to come back later when the problems were not repaired. B & W also installed and updated our video system providing technological assistance in the planning and installation phases that have made our systems very effective and user friendly."
— Jeff Hanson, Assistant Principal Show Low High School