Cross Connection definition

Cross Connection means any physical connection or potential connection whereby the public water system is connected, directly or indirectly, with any other water supply system, sewer, drain, conduit, pool, storage reservoir, plumbing fixture or other waste or liquid of unknown or unsafe quality, which may be capable of imparting contamination to the public water system as a result of backflow or backsiphonage. Bypass arrangements, jumper connections, removable sections, swivel or changeover devices, through which or because of which backflow could occur, are considered to be cross connections.
Cross Connection means a jumper cable or similar connection provided pursuant to Collocation at the digital signal cross connect, Main Distribution Frame or other suitable frame or panel between (i) the Collocating Party’s equipment and (ii) the equipment or facilities of the housing party.
Cross Connection means any physical connection or arrangement between potable water and any source of contamination.

Examples of Cross Connection in a sentence

  • Reduced-pressure principle assemblies shall be used for all domestic water services.************************************************************************** Backflow preventers shall be approved and listed by the Foundation For Cross-Connection Control & Hydraulic Research.

  • The approved list shall be based on the current list periodically published by the University of Southern California Foundation for Cross-Connection Control.

  • Cross-Connection Inspections: 111 cross-connection compliance checks were conducted during the month of September.

  • Gauges used in the testing of backflow prevention assemblies shall be tested for accuracy annually in accordance with the University of Southern California’s Foundation of Cross-Connection Control and Hydraulic Research and/or the American Water Works Association Manual of Cross-Connection Control (Manual M-14).

More Definitions of Cross Connection

Cross Connection means any actual or potential physical connection between a public water system or the consumer's water system and any source of nonpotable liquid, solid, or gas that could contaminate the potable water supply by backflow.
Cross Connection means any unprotected actual or potential connection or structural arrangement between a customer’s water system and any other source or system through which it is possible to introduce into any part of the system any used water, or substance other than the intended water with which the system is supplied. Bypass arrangements, jumper connections, removable pipe sections, swivel or change-over devices and other temporary or permanent devices through which this may occur are considered to be cross-connections.
Cross Connection means any physical connection or arrangement between two otherwise separate piping systems, one of which contains potable water and the other a substance of unknown or questionable safety or quality, whereby there may be a flow from one system into the other.
Cross Connection means any connection that could allow any water, fluid, or gas such that the water quality could present an unacceptable health and/or safety risk to the public, to flow from any pipe, plumbing fixture, or a customer’s water system into a public water system’s distribution system or any other part of the public water system through backflow.
Cross Connection means any physical connection or arrangement between two (2) otherwise separate systems or sources, one of which contains potable water and the other either water, steam, gas, chemical or unknown or questionable materials whereby there may be a flow from one (1) system or source to the other, the direction of flow depending on the pressure differential between the two (2) systems.
Cross Connection means any arrangement whereby backflow can occur.
Cross Connection means any unprotected connection between any part of a water system used or intended to supply water for drinking purposes and any source or system containing water or substance that is not or cannot be approved as safe, wholesome, and potable for human consumption.