RWC | Reliance Valves MultiSafe Leak Detection System

RWC | Reliance Valves MultiSafe Leak Detection System

RWC has launched its new Reliance Valves MultiSafe Leak Detection System, designed to constantly monitor water usage to safeguard plumbing and heating systems and identify potential failures that can lead to leaks.

The system works by identifying leaks early to prevent water damage. It sends an alert when a leak is detected, and automatically shuts off the water supply. The system also monitors water usage and patterns, identifying potential areas for conservation, and can be connected with multiple devices on the same WiFi network to centrally control several devices in large buildings or apartments.

Peace of mind
Mike Riseley, UK Sales Director at RWC, commented: “From dripping taps to burst pipes and leaky plumbing connections behind the wall or in building voids, there are many ways water can escape within buildings. The cost of water damage quickly adds up, especially when defects go undetected and are often only noticed when it is too late. Our new MultiSafe Leak Detection System from Reliance Valves offers specifiers, contractors and homeowners peace of mind with real-time leak detection, and critically, the ability to stop leaks in their tracks.

“The WRAS-approved system has been designed with ease of installation in mind, with MBSP union connections. It should be installed on the main cold-water line, before branches to appliances and after any other control valves. The system can be combined with the MultiSafe Floor Leak Sensor for ultimate leak detection in high-risk areas, or used as an independent solution. When in combination with the MultiSafe sensor the system can monitor the floor for wet areas alerting when water is detected. The sensor can also measure room temperature and notify when it drops enough to cause pipes to freeze and burst, while also monitoring humidity levels to prevent mould formation.”

The Reliance Valves MultiSafe Leak Detection System can be controlled using RWC’s free app, where instant alerts can be set up, real-time insights can be viewed, such as water usage, and settings can be adjusted using home and away modes.

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