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Backflow requirements – Installation and Maintenance

BackFlow Preventer

BFP installation and maintenanceBackflow Preventer

A backflow preventer is a device used to protect water supply systems from contamination or pollution. It is designed to prevent the reverse flow of water, which can occur when there is a drop in pressure in the water supply system. This pressure drop can cause contaminated water from a non-potable source to flow back into the clean water supply.

Backflow preventers are commonly used in plumbing systems, irrigation systems, and other water supply systems to ensure the safety and quality of the water. They work by automatically closing off the water supply when a reverse flow is detected, preventing any contamination from entering the system.


BackFlow TEST

Backflow prevention is crucial to maintaining the purity of your water system, preventing contamination from external sources. Our certified technicians possess the expertise and equipment necessary to conduct thorough backflow preventer tests, in compliance with industry standards and regulations.

Anta Plumbing service includes:

  1. Comprehensive inspection of backflow preventer devices
  2. Pressure testing to verify proper functionality
  3. Documentation of test results for regulatory compliance

Anta plumbing Office will prepare documentation and report to the municipality


By partnering with us, you can trust that your facility's water system remains safeguarded against potential hazards, ensuring the well-being of occupants and compliance with regulatory requirements.

If you are interested in scheduling a backflow preventer test or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are committed to providing prompt and reliable service to meet your facility's needs.

Thank you for considering our services. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you and contribute to the safety and efficiency of your operations.

There are different types of backflow preventers available, including pressure vacuum breakers, double check valves, and reduced pressure zone assemblies. The specific type of backflow preventer required depends on the level of hazard and the local plumbing codes and regulations.

It is recommended to have backflow preventers installed and regularly maintained by qualified professionals to ensure the continued protection of the water supply system.

You can check the rules at City of Toronto website

City of Markham

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