http://media.wattswater.com/F-50.pdf

which allows the potable water supply to be connected to a line which contains a contaminant. An example is the common garden hose attached to a sill cock ...

https://www.wsscwater.com/customer-service/customer-regulations/cross-connection-control/explaining-cross-connections-bac.html

Jan 3, 2019 ... When drinking water piping connects to various plumbing fixtures or water utilizing equipment a cross-connection is created. If improperly ...

https://inspectapedia.com/plumbing/Plumbing_Cross_Connections.php

Other examples of cross connections in buildings include water softeners (see HEALTH RISKS & WATER SOFTENERS), washing machines, and dishwashers ...

https://www.mrwa.com/PDF/Chapter23CrossConnections.pdf

Feb 19, 2009 ... A cross connection is a direct connection of a non-potable water source with a potable ... The following examples illustrate cross connections: 1.

https://irrigationtraining.com/introtobackflow.html

The term backflow means any unwanted flow of used or non-potable water or .... An example of a direct cross-connection would be the make-up water line ...

https://drinktap.org/Water-Info/Questions-About-Water/Backflow-Prevention-and-Cross-Connection

A cross connection is a connection between a potable drinking water pipe and a non-potable source. For example: you're planning to spray weed killer on your ...

https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2015-09/documents/2007_05_18_disinfection_tcr_issuepaper_tcr_crossconnection-backflow.pdf

Sep 27, 2001 ... Common examples of cross-connections include a garden hose ... connection providing potable feed water to an industrial process, such as a ...

https://southernnevadahealthdistrict.org/backflow-protection/terms-definitions.php

Cross-Connection means a physical connection between a potable water ... or odor of the water, but does not pose a health hazard; for example, food coloring.

http://www.mae.gov.nl.ca/waterres/training/adww/ruralreactions/01_jason_phillips_cross_connection.pdf

What is a cross – connection? • This can be defined as actual or potential connections between a potable and non- potable water supply. • Example – Hose Bib.

https://www.dcwater.com/compliance

A cross-connection is a point in the drinking water system where a contaminant or non-potable water can potentially enter the drinking water supply. Examples of  ...