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912HP

High Pressure Hose Drop Dual Check Vacuum Breakers

Size(s):

3/4 and 1 in. (20 and 25mm)

Description:

Series 912HP High Pressure Hose Drop Dual Check Vacuum Breakers prevent the reverse flow of polluted water from processing and rendering areas from entering into the potable water supply. It consists of a brass body construction, stainless steel internal parts, dual check valves, bronze ball valve shutoff, and an atmospheric vent. Series 912HP is specifically designed for non-health hazard, continuous pressure applications such as lines used for washdown of equipment. It can be installed vertically or horizontally and is ideal for use in food processing plants. Maximum Working Pressure: 400psi (27.5 bar).

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