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Febco 825Y Backflow Preventer

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$565.35 - $595.55

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SKU:
Q_FEB825Y

Description

This series protects against high-hazard (toxic) fluids in water services to industrial plants, hospitals, mortuaries, and chemical plants. Applications extend to irrigation systems, boiler feed, water lines, and other installations requiring maximum protection.

The Series 825Y Reduced Pressure Zone assemblies feature a flood sensor with SentryPlus Alert® technology. This advanced feature is activated through an add-on connection kit, allowing it to detect excessive water discharges from the relief valve. It can trigger the alert system, sending a notification of flood detection to facility personnel. With this technology, you can rest easy knowing that potential floods are detected and addressed promptly. Connection kits are available for BMS and cellular communication.

Features:

  • Sensor on relief valve for flood detection
  • Flood alerts feature available with an add-on connection kit, compatible with BMS and cellular communication.
  • Provides mechanical protection of potable water against high-hazard (toxic) cross-connection contamination.
  • Meets all specifications of AWWA, ASSE, CSA and approved by the Foundation for Cross-Connection Control and Hydraulic Research at the University of Southern California
  • Modular relief valve for ease of maintenance

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