Originally Posted by txirrigation
We do not burry them directly, they are in a box. Regardless the valve has to be installed before it is tested. I do not think you understand the logistics of the volume installers. I am not there patiently waiting for the moment the valve is installed. Thes tester comes 1-2 days after installation.
True, and a point I meant to make: the assembly has to be installed where it's going to live and powered-up before a test is made. If the checks were tested and found faulty, we would permit "flipping the checks" and re-testing until parts could be obtained. No service would be permitted (including flushing), until we saw a complete BAT report.