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Saturday, March 30th 2002, 10:53am


You should install a PVB at least 6" above the highest head in the system. When we install systems, we always install them at 10-12" just to be sure. Check out the Jess Stryker Page to see the different types of Backflow Preventers

It does not matter what size of pipe you have, you should just have it installed at least 6" above the highest head in the system.

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Saturday, March 30th 2002, 10:09am

by wilmar p.

height of pvb

how high do i install a pvb? does it matter what size of pipe on how high to install it?