American Backflow Products

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    American Backflow Products is a distributor of backflow preventer repair parts, testing equipment, enclosures, tools and accessories. 

    TypePrivate
    Founded1976
    HQTallahassee, FL, US
    Websitebackflowparts.com

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    Employees (est.) (Dec 2021)28(+4%)
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    American Backflow Products Office Locations

    American Backflow Products has an office in Tallahassee
    Tallahassee, FL, US (HQ)
    7580 W Tennessee St
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    1976

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    Pressure Loss in an RPZ Backflow

    I will be installing a 6-inch Reduced Pressure Principle Assembly on an existing system. Can you tell me what the “pressure loss” or CV factor is for that particular assembly? Mark This is a very common question that is asked by plumbing contractors, fire line contractors, and even engineers for new…

    Repairing vs. Replacing an Assembly – What’s Best?

    Question: Usually when I find a backflow preventer that fails, I replace it with a new one. On larger backflow assemblies, I replace everything inside the unit. By taking this approach, I do not have to stock any parts on my truck and I know that the assembly will pass the test. Mark: This is […] Th…

    Wilkins 975: How To Repair

    I am working on a 1 ½” Wilkins 975 RPZ. I am having an issue with the second check valve failing the differential test but holding against backpressure. I have already replaced the check rubber and seat. Do I need to replace the spring or can I just stretch it to make it stronger? Doug: […] The post…

    1” Febco 765: How To Repair

    I have a 1” Febco 765 that I think has been damaged from freezing over the winter. Is it worth trying to repair this assembly or should I just replace it with a new one?  Can you give me some information on repairing this unit? Mark:  It is that time of year again. As spring […] The post 1” Febco 76…

    Flomatic RPZ: How To Repair

    I am servicing a 1 1/2″ Flomatic RPZ (reduced pressure assembly). This is the first time that I have had to go inside this assembly. I was wondering if you guys could tell me a little more about this manufacturer and this model so I will be pre-pared. Doug: Although Danfoss Flomatic has been buildin…

    Conbraco 40-200 (RP40): How To Repair

    I need to repair a 2” Conbraco 40-200. Can you guys give me a little overview of this device so that I’ll know what to expect when I arrive? Also let me know if I’ll need any special tools for disassembly. Mark: The Conbraco 40-200 (AKA RP40) started production in 1989 and was discontinued in […] Th…
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    American Backflow Products Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was American Backflow Products founded?

      American Backflow Products was founded in 1976.

    • How many employees does American Backflow Products have?

      American Backflow Products has 28 employees.

    • Who are American Backflow Products competitors?

      Competitors of American Backflow Products include Chas E. Phipps, RD Bitzer and Peak Trading Corp.

    • Where is American Backflow Products headquarters?

      American Backflow Products headquarters is located at 7580 W Tennessee St, Tallahassee.

    • Where are American Backflow Products offices?

      American Backflow Products has an office in Tallahassee.

    • How many offices does American Backflow Products have?

      American Backflow Products has 1 office.