Property damage caused by aging and faulty plumbing is one of the most common home insurance claims. The WaterCop system detects leaks caused by bad plumbing and automatically shuts off the water to avoid home floods! Every homeowner can benefit from the protection and peace of mind the WaterCop system provides.
You simply install the WaterCop motor and automatic shut-off valve on the main water line near the existing manual valve. The place WaterCop flood sensors near appliances and in rooms where running water is present. When leaking water comes in contact with any of these sensors, a wireless signal is immediately broadcast to the WaterCop motor when then automatically closes the valve. Water flow is quickly cut off to all areas of the home and any major flooding is stopped
Ideal for single family residences, multi-family residences, vacation homes, rental homes and apartments, and senior living homes and care centers.
A basic system includes a shut-off valve, an automated actuator motor and water sensors.
WaterCop can support unlimited number of sensors.
Place sensors around washing machines, sinks, water heaters, toilets, dishwashers, refrigerators, spigots and humidifiers.
Works 24 hours a day, seven days a week!
NOTE: This is one part of three pieces required for a complete WaterCop system. You’ll also need to add an actuator motor and water sensors.
The WaterCop control valve installs on your indoor main water supply line. An actuator motor (sold separately) attaches to the value.
ADVANCED: Home Health Tech recommends a certified and licensed plumber install the WaterCop control valve; however, homeowners with a high level of skill in plumbing may be able to do it themselves. (Please check your local plumbing codes for specific information.)
NOTE: This is one part of three pieces required for a complete WaterCop system. You’ll need to add an actuator motor and water sensors.
Lead free (complies with AB1953 in California and VT193 in Vermont)
Can be installed at any stage of construction or easily retrofitted to existing plumbing.
Be sure to specify which diameter valve you are using when ordering.
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