Rain-proofing and flooding protection with the effective Napan backflow valves helps property owners avoid sewer flooding and expensive clean-up efforts.

News: New Backflow Valve Type 3 on the market in April 2016

As a pioneer in the field of environmental technology products, Napan has developed and patented a new, Type 3 Backflow Valve. This product is certified according to the CE 13.564 requirements and is therefore CE-approved. See the conformity report.

The design and construction of this product will make it cheaper for property owners to install a Type 3 backflow valve.

Type 1 Backflow Valve

With alarm approved for blackwater

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Backflow Valve Type 1 - VA Approval.
Napan backwater-approved Type 1 Backflow Valve received a new VA-approval in Denmark.

Napan Alarm

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Attached to a user-friendly control and monitoring unit that gives an overview of the system operation. This product can be integrated into a Smart Sewer system.

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There are many advantages of installing a Napan product for property owners, and with the new, highly effective Type 3 Backflow Valve, backflow protection is now more cost effective than ever before. With the change in climate patterns and frequent downpours, flooding clean-up can be costly. See here fore examples.

Is your property protected against flooding caused by backflows? Climate change requires climate protection products and Napan is one of the frontrunners in the field. Our products protect properties in low-lying areas against sewer backflow resulting from extreme weather.

Read more about the dangers of rain, flooding and our solutions here

Napan Back Flow Valves
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    • Climate-proofing with NAPAN

      Climate change requires climate adaptation, and NAPAN is one of the front-runners when it comes to protecting low-lying buildings and basements from flooding as a result of heavy rains and back flows in the sewage systems.