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The irrigation system site plan will indicate the pressure vacuum breaker installation location...
This article discusses the backflow and why it’s important to have. Most people know they need a...
This article explains how to winterize your system. Winterization is an important part of maintaining...
To winterize your backflow, turn the water off. Drain the backflow. Next, turn the valves 45°. Then take two towels, one to dry off the backflow and another to wrap the device. Finally, secure the towel around the assembly with a plastic bag and tape.
Basically, If you lose water pressure to your house, the water in the house will flow out to the mainline. Because pressure is now reversed, going from the house to the mainline, it creates a siphon effect and will pull anything in the sprinkler system and in the puddles around the sprinkler system with it. If your garden hose was on at the same time, it becomes a siphon hose. After that, all the fertilizer, insecticide, animal waste, and many other things you don’t want are pulled into the drinking water.
In case it's a broken poppet, you'll want to first shut off the water flow through the bottom valve, perpendicular to the pipe. Next, unscrew the plastic bonnet. Remove any plastic still inside. There should be no plastic in the device. Next, screw in the replacement bonnet. Remember to only hand tighten. Finally, replace the bell on top and open the valves.