Backflow Prevention Devices & Thermostatic Mixing Valves
Brisbane Backflow Testing – Best Price, Service and Advice
Backflow prevention devices are used to safeguard the water supply against harmful contaminants. Under state legislation in Queensland, these devices require annual testing to ensure they are operating correctly. Here at Conrad Martens Plumbing, our licenced specialists regularly test, repair and replace backflow prevention devices. Through our competitive pricing and no fuss scheduled testing, Conrad Martens Plumbing currently service over 300 Backflow Prevention Devices across Brisbane. For more information, or to enquire about our $99 introductory offer, contact our friendly office on 3878 4444.
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Backflow Prevention Devices
Backflow prevention devices, including Duel Check Valves, Vacuum Breaker Valves and Reduced Pressure Zone Devices (RPZD), require annual testing and certification. Annual testing is enforced by the Brisbane City Council to safeguard against contaminated sources entering the water supply. Our team of backflow testing specialists hold open plumbing licences with a special endorsements for testing back flow prevention and TMV devices. We are experienced in maintaining and servicing backflow devices and have access to diagrams of every make and model of RPZ valve, dual check valve and vacuum breaker valve on the market.
We offer backflow testing promotional rates for new customers and discounts for properties with multiple devices. All our clients are scheduled for automatic annual reminders to ensure devices remain compliant. For more information, or for a free backflow testing quotation, call our friendly team on 3878 4444.
Thermostatic Mixing Valves
Thermostatic mixing valves precisely mix hot and cold water to a pre-selected temperature. TMV’s are primarily installed in health care facilities, hospitals and nursing homes to prevent scalding. The valves operate using a thermostatic element and sensor set.
In order to safeguard against a valve failure design includes a thermal shut down component which prevents scalding in the event of a valve failure. To reduce the possibility of failure during operation, these valves require servicing on a regular basis. We can implement a regular servicing schedule and submit a commissioning/maintenance reports upon completion.
Our accredited licensed plumbers also provide a full maintenance and replacement service for all types of Thermostatic Mixing Valves.