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Greg Mitchell, Owner/Technician/Trainer – Texas Licensed Irrigator #4398green-grass-narrow-2

turfsurgeon@yahoo.com • Phone 817-496-8653


 

 

A T T E N T I O N !

Irrigation Service Technicians & Certified Backflow Testers

F I N A L L Y !

No more handles breaking off in your hands!

 

Replacement/Upgrade for ball valve devices, this unique handle for back flow prevention assemblies will last as long as the valves themselves!

Made in the USA

Durable Rust-Proof Type 304 Stainless Steel.

 A heavy-duty machined stainless nut is included with each handle.

 The “Get A Grip” handle is finished by a special process to eliminate dangerous sharp edges for safe & comfortable operation.

 For 1″ backflow valve assemblies, interchangeable fit for 3 major Brands – Febco, Zurn-Wilkins, and Watts

(¾”, 1 ½” and 2″ models available soon).

 Call for pricing.

This product is intended as a replacement for existing corroded handles or as an upgrade for new assemblies to avoid corrosion. Turf Surgeons recommends replacing existing handles BEFORE the corrosion process advances and complicates the removal of old handles.


PATENT PENDING

A very simple, yet unique product conceived & developed to remedy an all too common problem: corroded or missing handles on backflow prevention assemblies. The handle is precision manufactured of high quality type 304 stainless steel and is designed to reliably operate the valves of 3 major brands, Febco, Zurn-WIlkins & Watts. The “Get A Grip” handle is finished by a special process to eliminate dangerous sharp edges for safe & comfortable operation.


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Each handle is made in the U.S.A. from the finest materials (Type 304 stainless steel)

This product fits Febco, Zurn-Wilkins & Watts

CALL FOR PRICING

As part of a Springtime Check-up

GET-A-GRIP

practically SELLS ITSELF!

“During routine springtime sprinkler system check-ups, I inspect the condition of the handles of the double-check valve, (or other backflow device). Generally the handles are badly deteriorated. When I show this to my customer, and explain that emergency shut-off for the system is one of the functions of the valve, they usually insist that I install new handles. I recommend replacing existing handles before the corrosion process advances.

GET-A-GRIP
CORROSION-RESISTANT STAINLESS STEEL VALVE HANDLES

NOW SELLING DIRECT & SEEKING
INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTORS