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BFP

Abbreviation for:
bound for pleasure (BDSM)

BFP

Biological false positive, see there.
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1012 backflow preventer at each service connection.
Available in several durable, powder coated colors and finishes, the Backflow Preventer Security Cage is available individually or in bulk quantities and can be shipped nationwide.
Backflow preventers are an important health and safety device.
Backflow preventer protects your household water from accidental contamination.
Plumbing codes require backflow preventers to prevent backflow of chemicals, biological growth, etc., from hydronic systems to potable water systems.
Watts Water had acquired the company in April 2011 as part of its takeover of French valves and backflow preventers maker Danfoss Socla SAS.
Watts Water had acquired the company in April 2011 as part of its takeover of French valves and backflow preventers maker Danfoss Socla SAS.Country: USASector: Machinery/EngineeringTarget: Flomatic Corp Buyer: Boshart Industries Inc Vendor: Watts Water Technologies Inc Type: DivestmentStatus: Closed
Although backflow preventers will virtually eliminate the potential for issues like this to occur, they are generally only installed when the top of the downstream manhole is lower than the lowest fixture, or when sewers are commonly overloaded by wet weather flows.
"Backflow preventers stop potentially contaminated water or chemicals from flowing back into the public drinking water supply system," says Bob Bellini, president of the Master Plumbers Council of the City of New York and President of Varsity Plumbing.
The Copper Development Association, for example, states, "AB1953 proposes an unprecedented, artificially low standard that would prohibit virtually all faucets, valves and backflow preventers currently on the market.
Honeywell has released its latest BA295 compact backflow preventers, which ensure contaminated water cannot flow back into the public mains supply.