Backflow Testing and Installation 2017-09-26T00:54:22+00:00

Backflow Testing and Installation

Experienced and Certified backflow prevention for all businesses sizes.

CPM Plumbing is a Certified Licensed Backflow Tester -We use only calibrated approved testing gauges and we process and send your report direct to your water authority along with a copy to you for your records, which means less hassle for you.

CPM Plumbing Backflow Testing Services is a company specifically designed to meet the needs of small and large customers who require backflow protection on their water supply, whether it be a connection for makeup water for a rain water tank or an industrial chemical dosing system.

Our staff of licensed plumbers are specifically trained and are certified to test and repair all types of backflow prevention device currently on the market. We install and service backflow devices in the Melbourne and surrounding areas and have conducted installation, repairs and testing for and including South East Water, Melbourne Water, Royal Botanical Gardens, Veolia Waste Management Service, CHT Chemical Supplies, Brown’s Property Group as well as industrial and commercial food premises and trade waste outlet property’s and others. CPM Plumbing Backflow Testing Services can offer you a reliable fixed price testing service and repairs if necessary at a time that suits your production schedules or peek business periods to minimize disruption to your business.

What does a Backflow device do and what are they

Backflow devices prevent the undesirable reversal of flow of a liquid, gas, or suspended solid into the potable water supply; a backflow preventer or device is designed to keep this from happening. Points at which a potable water system connects with a non-potable water system are called cross connections. Such connections occur naturally in appliances such as clothes washers and dishwashers, but they must be carefully designed and installed to prevent backflow. Another common location for a backflow preventer is in the connection of commercial equipment for manufacturing, food production services and irrigation systems, tank storage and pump systems and they also protect fire water main and fire suppression systems by preventing pressurized water flowing into the public water supply.