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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Advantages of the WAR Non-Return Valve


Did you know that 50% of all flood damage is caused by the backflow of sewage into properties via the sanitary pipework? By putting something in place to prevent backflow you effectively cut your chances of flood by 50%.

What are the advantages of using the WAR non-return valve?


The WAR (Water and Rodent) non-return valve has different size fins allow it to be installed in clay or plastic drains of any size.

It has a shaped flap allows it to open on a 45 degree bend.

The unique flap design also means the flap doesn’t catch on the chamber walls – which could restrict its movement and operation.

There is a lockable flap that lets you to close off entry pipes to inspection chambers to allow maintenance to be carried out.
The WAR non-return valve stops backflow of effluent into properties, businesses and homes during flooding.

The WAR non-return valve will also stop rodents and noxious fumes from entering the property via the sanitary pipework. It stops rodents, frogs, snakes and other vermin from entering homes, businesses and other properties as the flap has an inbuilt stainless steel plate to stop rodents biting through, providing efficient pest control.

The WAR non-return valve can be reto-fitted into existing inspection chambers or pipe ends making it easy and simple to install with no DIY required.

It is simple and easy to install (less than 2 minutes).

Finally it's WRc tested and certified.



Who is the WAR non-return valve suited to?


It's ideally suited to the food and catering sector and hospitality sector.

It is extensively used in properties on flood plains.

Ideal for anyone with a rodent problem.

Perfect for anyone looking to protect their property from back flow and sewage.


Summary


For the ultimate protection against sewage backflow, rodents and noxious fumes use the WAR non-return valve which is available to buy at IPS Flow Systems with a 5 year guarantee. Quantity discounts available.

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