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The last 4 posts

Saturday, September 13th 2003, 6:24am

by Rays Sprinklers

True........after i completly rid all the water from my system....i havent yet run into a priblem with the backflow device

Friday, September 12th 2003, 5:51pm

by drpete3

Some people remove their back flow devise by using unions and replace it with pvc connected to unions for the winter. It is very important that after it is removed that the systems shut off valve is closed.

Friday, September 12th 2003, 11:23am

by Rays Sprinklers

if you completeley winterize and blow out all the water from the backdlow, and there will be no need to wrap. If you want to wrap im not sure what you would do...but wrapped or not you have to blow it out any way[8D]

Wednesday, September 10th 2003, 11:32am

by aquamatic

Wrapping a Backflow for Winter

What types of materials of you all using for wrapping the backflow device to help prevent from freezing for winter??