VersaCheckDual Check Backflow Preventers

For Beverage-Dispensing Equipment

VersaCheck™ Dual Check Backflow Preventers for beverage-dispensing equipment provide reliable, cost-effective backflow protection of the public water supply from carbon dioxide gas and carbonated water. These VersaCheck models are designed for post-mix carbonated beverage dispensers and dispensing equipment for coffee, tea and other beverages.

Features

  • 100% lead-free
  • Available in 1/4" & 3/8" sizes
  • Female (FNPT) thread sizes for maximum flexibility
  • Install vertically, horizontally or at any angle
  • Low pressure drop and high flow rates
  • Modular design for easy servicing if required
  • Resists chlorine and chloramine corrosion
  • Resists water hardness and scale buildup
  • Designed specifically for food-service applications

Models Available

Model Size Material
VCB025-A 1/4" Hardcoat Anodized Aluminum
VCB025-P 1/4" Schedule 80 PVC
VCB038-A 3/8" Hardcoat Anodized Aluminum
VCB038-P 3/8" Schedule 80 PVC
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Standards Certification
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  • ASSE 1024

    This Standard establishes performance requirements for dual check backflow preventers. These requirements include compliance testing for torque, deterioration at maximum rated temperature and pressure, hydrostatic leakage of check valves, flow and pressure loss, drip tightness of check valves, check valve operation, dual check valve integrity at maximum intermittent rated flow, and requirements for materials, repairability, and instructions for marking and installation.

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  • ASSE 1032

    Performance Requirements for Dual Check Valve Type Backflow Preventers for Carbonated Beverage Dispensers, Post Mix Type. These devices consist of two (2) independently acting check valves internally force loaded to a normally closed position and designed to operate under intermittent or continuous pressure conditions. These devices shall be permitted to be equipped with a supplementary check valve installed downstream of the independently acting check valves.

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  • ASME A112.18.1

    This Standard covers plumbing supply fittings and accessories located between the supply stop and the terminal fitting, including: wall-mounted showering systems; bath and shower supply fittings; bidet supply fittings; clothes washer supply fittings; commercial pre-rinse spray valves; drinking fountain supply fittings; humidifier supply stops; kitchen, sink, and lavatory supply fittings; laundry tub supply fittings; lawn and sediment faucets; low-pressure water dispensers; metering and self-closing supply fittings; showerheads, hand-held showers, and body sprays; and supply stops.

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  • ASME A112.18.3

    This Standard addresses functional performance and physical characteristics of devices that provide backflow protection consistent with the level of risk associated with the application. The Standard establishes performance criteria and provides the test methods to prove compliance. It is applicable to all plumbing fixture fittings with outlets not protected by an air gap.

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  • CSA B125.1

    This Canadian Standard (harmonized with ASME A112.18.1) has been developed in compliance with Standards Council of Canada requirements for National Standards of Canada. It has been published as a National Standard of Canada by CSA Group.

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  • California Health & Safety Code 116875

    The California State Health and Safety Code Section 116875 requires that no person shall use any pipe, pipe or plumbing fitting or fixture, or solder or flux, that is not lead-free in the installation or repair of any public water system or any plumbing in a facility providing for human consumption except when necessary for the repair of leaded joint of cast iron pipe.

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  • NSF 61

    NSF/ANSI 61 addresses the human health effects of drinking water system components. This performance-based standard evaluates the amount of contaminants that leach from the products into potable drinking water. The origin for this standard was lead reduction/ removal. Any lead that elutes into the water at over 0.25% fails this standard.

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  • NSF 372

    NSF/ANSI 372 establishes a standardized methodology for the determination and verification of product compliance to minimize lead contaminants. This standard is consistent with the United States Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and its lead-free plumbing requirements, as well as the requirements of individual U.S. states such as California.

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Specifications

Material Hardcoat Anodized Aluminum
Input / Output 1/4" NPT
Diameter 1.25"
3.175 cm
Length 2.75"
6.99 cm
Weight 2.41 oz
68.4 g
Max Operating Temperature 140º F
60º C
Max Operating Pressure 200 psi
13.79 bar
Max Flow Rate 3.0 gpm
11.36 Lpm
Material Hardcoat Anodized Aluminum
Input / Output 3/8" NPT
Diameter 1.25"
3.175 cm
Length 2.75"
6.99 cm
Weight 2.41 oz
68.4 g
Max Operating Temperature 140º F
60º C
Max Operating Pressure 200 psi
13.79 bar
Max Flow Rate 6.0 gpm
22.71 Lpm
Material Schedule 80 PVC
Input / Output 1/4" NPT
Diameter 1.25"
3.175 cm
Length 2.75"
6.99 cm
Weight 2.54 oz
72 g
Max Operating Temperature 140º F
60º C
Max Operating Pressure 200 psi
13.79 bar
Max Flow Rate 3.0 gpm
11.36 Lpm
Material Schedule 80 PVC
Input / Output 3/8" NPT
Diameter 1.25"
3.175 cm
Length 2.75"
6.99 cm
Weight 2.41 oz
68.4 g
Max Operating Temperature 140º F
60º C
Max Operating Pressure 200 psi
13.79 bar
Max Flow Rate 6.0 gpm
22.71 Lpm

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