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Febco 765 Backflow Preventor

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$184.65 - $208.95

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SKU:
Q_FEB765BV

Description

This series is designed to protect against back siphonage of toxic or non-toxic liquids. It features a durable bronze body, check valve, and air-opening port in one assembly. The maximum working pressure is 150 psi (10.3 bar).

The series 765 Pressure Vacuum Breakers come with a built-in freeze sensor designed for use with SentryPlus Alert® technology. This sensor efficiently signals when the ambient temperature approaches the freeze threshold, and triggers freeze alerts. The connection kit, available for your building/irrigation management system (BMS/IMS), further enhances the convenience of this feature.

Features:

  • The sensor on PVB signals when the temperature nears the freezing point
  • Freeze alerts help extend the use of the PVB device by reducing damage and repair
  • Freeze alerts feature available with add-on connection kit for irrigation management systems
  • All bronze body for durability. One check valve and an air opening port in one assembly
  • Lightweight poppet seals air opening under minimum flow conditions
  • Simple service procedures. All internal parts serviceable in line from the top of the unit
  • Designed for minimum head loss

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