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AKWA the No.1 Water Alarm system on the market!
• AKWA is the only solution that shuts off your water valve BEFORE any water leak. A true preventive solution!
• If a leak occurs the sensors send a signal to the Water Alarm controller, the Master valve will close and you will be notified.
AKWA is designed to PREVENT and DETECT leaks. It is a stand-alone solution ,100% reliable, secure, scalable and customizable. We offer a “Prevention Kit” or a “Complete protection Kit”, for the residential or the commercial market.
TEXT message or Email notifications
When a water puddle is detected you hear a leak alert and the Master valve close immediately. You will receive an email or TEXT notification indicating the zone status (Ex. kitchen, toilet, sink, dishwasher, water tank, washing machine etc). Notifications are available 24 / 7 / 365.
AKWA, a SMART and highly PERFORMING solution
1. Water Alarm controller
This unit is the brain of AKWA, it controls all of the water leak prevention and detection system components, including but not limited to sensors and the Master valve.
2. Master valve
The Master valve close immediately when a leak is detected or when AKWA is in a Prevention mode. It opens and closes in a few seconds thanks to an electric actuator. Made of durable stainless steel, the valve will do an automatic self-test regularly, avoiding calcium deposits and ensuring its continuous functioning.
3. Wireless leak sensor
The wireless leak sensor is designed to stop leaks by sending a signal to the Water Alarm controller, while notifying the location of the puddle. The sensor is discreet and can easily fit wherever it is needed.
4. Vacancy sensor
The optimal protection will always be to close the Master valve when you leave your home. If there is no movements detected, the vacancy sensor signals the Water Alarm controller to close the Master valve after a preset delay in order to avoid any potential leaks. When you enter the premises, the Master valve will reopen automatically.
5. Perimeter cable
Perimeter cables are typically installed in areas around water heaters, dishwashers or inside walls.
6. Rechargeable battery
Rechargeable battery. In the event of a power failure, the battery in the Water Alarm controller keeps your system active and operational. By doing so, we keep managing the risks associated with water leaks, while you keep using the water for your daily activities. It’s connected with an AC/DC power adaptor.