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 What Is a Hose Vacuum Breaker?

Answer Vacuum breakers are a type of valve designed to prevent potable and nonpotable water from inadvertently mixing. Hose vacuum breakers use much the same principle, but are not plumbed-in permanently.
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What is a vacuum breaker?

When a vacuum is created inside of a piece of machinery that could damage the machine, a vacuum breaker protects the machinery from the damaging conditions created. It consists of a steel ball, whi... Read More »
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What is a vacuum circuit breaker?

A vacuum circuit breaker is used to connect or break the current from a power source to a load of high voltage. It uses an electrode structure that includes a movable electrode and a fixed electrod... Read More »
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Where on the water heater does the vacuum breaker go?

Answer Ask the manufacturer for the safest way to do install it
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