Backflow systems are essential for protecting the water supply and ensuring that your life-saving equipment functions properly. Water authorities also require the immediate repair of any faulty backflow devices, as they play a vital role in preventing the backflow of contaminated water into clean water systems.
At Thompson Safety, we offer services to address these urgent needs, providing timely repairs for a wide range of backflow devices, regardless of size or manufacturer. Our skilled technicians are well-equipped to service an array of backflow devices, including those found in fire sprinkler systems, domestic water supplies, irrigation systems, and isolation devices.
Our routine device checks involve a thorough examination of key components in your backflow system, including reduced pressure devices, double-check devices, and pressure vacuum devices, to ensure their functionality and readiness when needed. We also conduct system configuration checks to verify that your systems are not only fully operational but also correctly configured for effective containment or isolation within your building. Our assessments include checks on the pressure relief capabilities of backflow valves, proper pressure release potential of relief valves, correct calibration of air gaps, and proper placement of nodes to meet your building's specific isolation or containment requirements
State laws usually require that after backflow device testing, certification results must be reported to water authorities and/or the local AHJ. At Thompson Safety, we take care of this for you by sending your results and any repair details directly to the relevant authority. Different locals may have different inspection requirements for backflow and fire protection, so it is important to check your requirements with local authorities.
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