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Monday, April 23rd 2012, 8:08am

by GatorGuy

Definitely listen to Todd

Sunday, April 22nd 2012, 9:45am

by hi.todd

absolutely not.

a Check valve is a non testable, low hazard, unacceptable option.

It is not an option.

Backflow is a real issue with real consequences resulting in people getting sick.

The people at the box store got it wrong. :cursing:

Saturday, April 21st 2012, 10:20pm

by Sean (Guest)

PVC Check Valve vs PVB

I have a bad PVB on my sprinkler system, which is tied into the home's potable water. Went to Home Depot and Lowes and they both said to just use a PVC check valve.

Didn't seem right though. Can a check valve really be used instead of a PVB?

Thanks. Sean.