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Protect Your Pipeline with inflow prevention

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Protect Your Pipeline with inflow prevention

Val-Matic’s white paper entitled Protecting Drinking Water Pipelines with Inflow Prevention is the latest on security and safe
drinking water. A significant risk exists when a drinking water distribution system is exposed to the inflow of contaminated water or toxins at air valve locations along the drinking water pipelines. While public drinking water systems are routinely protected from contamination at the points of service with backflow prevention devices, little attention has been paid to airvalve and vent inflow locations in water pipeline vaults located throughout distribution system. FloodSafe® inflow preventers can be applied to new or existing air valves and reservoir vents to substantially mitigate contamination threats.

To read more about the benefits of FloodSafe® inflow preventers visit www.valmatic.com.

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