- What's Included
One of the most damaging problems that tank toilets can cause is an overflow. Toilet overflows not only require clean-up, but may lead to costly repairs to floors, baseboards, drywall, even the downstairs ceiling (if the overflowing toilet is on the second floor). In addition, toilet overflows can also promote mold growth, which can cause allergic reactions, even asthma. If left unchecked, mold can also lead to an expensive and time-consuming repair process. But when the unobtrusive bowl sensor unit that clips to the inside of the rim detects a toilet overflow, it signals the main controller unit to shut off the water supply and emit an audible alarm signal, effectively stopping the damage before it has a chance to start.
Thwarts Toilet Leaks
Although not as damaging as a toilet overflow, ordinary tank leaks can still be an expensive problem. In fact even a small flapper leak caused by mineral build-up can waste hundreds of gallons a day, which not only increases your utility bills, but also depletes water reserves. But when the tank sensor unit that clips to the inside of the tank detects a leak, it sends a signal to the main controller to halt the water flow and emit an audible alarm signal until the problem can be repaired.
Prevents Flooding Due to Cracked Tanks
Occasionally a toilet's tank can crack and flood water onto the floor, while the fillvalve continues to unsuccessfully try filling the cracked tank. Consequently the flooding continues until the water is finally turned off. A cracked tank can be caused by weather, or vibration-related stress fracture, or even accidental impact. Unfortunately this event can occur when no one is home.... flooding the entire residence. The FlowManager will stop the water supply and arrest these escalating damages.
Unlike other solutions, the FlowManager stops water flow only for the problem toilet all the other plumbing fixtures in the house will maintain a normal flow. Once the problem has been corrected, you can resume normal water flow to the toilet with the press of a single button. The system also offers an "Alarm Silence" button, in case you want to stop the audible alarm until the problem can be fixed.
Everything You Need is Included
The FlowManager comes with a bowl sensor, tank sensor and a main controller, which requires 4 AA batteries (included). Batteries typically last for one year with normal use. Covered by a two-year manufacturer's warranty.
Manufacturer: Aqua Managers Manufacturer Product No.: FLOW MANAGER Power Supply: 4 AA batteries (included) Warranty: 2 years
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- Bowl sensor
- Main controller