We Want to Talk To You About Backflow Prevention

Throughout the past five years Safe-T-Cover has made an effort to do our homework. We consistently stay aware of the current trends in the waterworks and backflow prevention industries. We keep up with the latest news and advancements in the backflow world. Our goal has been and still is to be a source of information for san antonio abpa video.jpgthose looking to learn the best practices for backflow prevention design. Part of achieving this goal is to speak with and to those in the industry.

Backflow Preventer Installation and Design

This has been a hot topic in the field for years now. We've presented a continued education module to nearly 2,000 civil and plumbing engineers since 2014. The discussion may include a breakdown of the available backflow valves and how they differ as well as an in depth overview of the three main options for backflow installation. Please fill out the form below to request a speaker to come to your engineering firm or water jurisdiction to speak on these topics.

Cary Wiley

National Sales Manager at Safe-T-Cover

Mr. Wiley regularly works with design engineering firms and our network of US and Canadian sales representatives. He also has more than two decades of experience specifically in the backflow prevention industry with leading national backflow device manufacturers. He is knowledgable and qualified to speak on a number of topics from backflow installation and design to how to work with local water purveyors on integrating new standard details.


We'll Come Speak to Your Team About Backflow

Past Events

May 2017

  • Presentation to GA Rural Water Assocation conference

March 2017

  • Presentation to Cherokee County Water and Sewer Authority in Georgia
  • Presentaion to Gwinnett County Water Resource in Georgia




April 2016

  • Presentation to the North Dallas chapter of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers

March 2016

  • Presentation to the Williamsburg, Virginia chapter of the American Backflow Prevention Association
  • Presentation to the Raleigh, North Carolina chapter of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers