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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Mike Leary, Jun 10, 2011.
Will that clean out 100' of old 1" Galv. supply line that is now about 1/4" inside diameter?
i have no clue, new to the leak detection site i belong to, if Lance Anderson designed it, it'll prolly work well for pools. i usually clean galvanized pipe with an excavator and a chain. Grip it and Rip it
I'm licensed, but rarely test anymore. I keep my CEU's current though. There are quite a few companies who only test around here and they have a good bit of work.
I wish all the cities who enforced back-flow inspection and testing were consistent throughout.
I'm not sure why they wouldn't. When I was testing I always gave the customer a copy of the report and put all permit numbers on the invoice along with the results of the test.
I was mostly curious about what a tester writes up when the system uses antisyphon valves.
Part of our regs is that you have to leave a copy of the test with the backflow at all times. We put them in sandwich bags and tape them to the backflow.
I send a copy to the water district, city, HO on every test.
Nothing, you don't test an AVB so you don't fill anything out.
....and now you know why I especially like antisyphon valves
Yeah, they're awesome. Since you can't test them, you never really know if they're working...
Besides looking hokey