In the future, if the system pressure or flow rate changes up or down, The Water Scrooge™ valve can be quickly and easily adjusted to maintain maximum savings without the need to interrupt service or call in a plumber.
This method is not limited to water: it measures the total volume of both water and air.
The SMART VALVE™ takes long-established principles of pressure and fluid dynamics and applies them in a new and financially rewarding application.
The Water Scrooge™ Valve is designed to be installed in an existing pipe joint on the USER side of the water meter. The valve is made in flanged and threaded configurations according to your system design.
Installation of The Water Scrooge™ Valve should be performed by a licensed plumber and any plumber can easily install the unit.
The Water Scrooge™ Valve is a great solution for any landlord, regardless of the industry of operation. The valve seamlessly integrates into any water system no matter building or facility type.
We have purchased and installed 12 Valves in our apartment properties over the past 6 months. Savings have ranged from 11% to 23%. This is particularly valuable since all our properties separate sewer charges based on water consumption. We intend to install it in our other buildings by the end of the year.”
It’s a capital cost that lowers expenses thus increasing cash flow, and Net Operating Income. In my business, a higher NOI increases the value of my property….Thus far, the purchase of the valve has proven to be a very good return on the investment”
The purchase of your valves has proven to be a very good return on investment... We look forward to installing another valve in our new building!
We saved over $5,000 in our first month after installing The Water Scrooge™ valve! We highly recommend it to anyone who wants to save money.
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