Domestic/Fire Water - Division
Wastewater that contains significant amounts of oils or solids that interfere with the proper drainage and treatment of effluent water must be treated before being discharged into the sanitary sewer system. To comply with effluent water quality standards of the EPA Clean Water Act and local plumbing codes, using an oil-water interceptor for wastewater pretreatment is recommended.
Backflow prevention devices are designed to protect the public water supply from cross-connections. A modern community water supply system is designed to ensure that water flows to properties and buildings under pressure. This community water network contains many users where there is a risk to public health if there is a cross-connection between the water supply and a contaminated source. A cross-connection can occur where there is a pressure drop in the water main. This pressure drop causes a vacuum and siphons of entrainment water from end-users into the public water supply.
Clean water is a valuable resource that Americans have come to depend on for all aspects of personal, recreation, and business activities. ParkUSA furnishes a suite of products designed to process and deliver water for storage and distribution, protect public water supplies, and provide reliable water metering. To do this with efficiency, ParkUSA offers a wide range of Water Meter Assemblies, Break Tank Systems, Backflow Prevention Systems, that will cover all your needs for domestic and fire use.
Water Metering Assemblies
Water Storage Tanks
The ParkUSA Water Meter Assembly is a product designed to monitor and measure water usage. Clean water is a valuable resource to which Americans have become dependent for all aspects of personal, recreation, and business activities. The water originates from either below ground or surface water sources. Water utilities process and distribute the water via underground water mains. Utility companies charge customers for their water usage. To monitor and meter water usage, water meters are used to record this information. The water meter is generally located near the property line of
the end-user's facility. The meter is installed in a concrete vault for protection and accessibility.