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WaterSignal Assists California Property Owners with New Water-Consumption Goals

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In an effort to prepare for future droughts and climate change, California state legislators recently approved the implementation of permanent water-consumption goals. As of January 2019, property owners will be expected to limit indoor water use to a per-person total of 55 gallons per day. “While this new policy may seem like just another hurdle […]

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How to Keep Your Building’s Plumbing System in Good Condition

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In a commercial setting, the function of your building’s plumbing system can mean the difference between conducting business as usual or shutting down temporarily. If your business is a restaurant, service company, or industrial facility that uses a lot of water and needs reliable drainage, a plumbing problem can sideline your money-making activities for days. […]

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Cooling Towers: How They Work and Ways to Save

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Cooling towers dissipate heat from recirculating water used to cool chillers, air conditioners, or other process equipment to the ambient air. Heat is rejected to the environment from cooling towers through the process of evaporation. Therefore, by design, cooling towers use significant amounts of water. The thermal efficiency and longevity of the cooling tower and […]

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WaterSignal introduces the Generation 7 device; becomes LTE (Cat 1)-capable; simplifies consumer installation

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Smaller and more compatible than its predecessors, the Generation 7 device is the most effective and versatile water monitoring device on the market. New features include: • Smaller NEMA Box enclosure. Cutting the size and weight of the device in half • Reduced battery pack size without diminishing battery life • Simplified pulse wiring for […]

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