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Water and Sewer Costs have increased approximately 70% since 2010 in over 50 major cities, compared to a 20% increase across other expenses. Not only are water rates on the rise; they are rising substantially faster than all other expenses, including the cost of food.

Water meters measure the amount of water consumption, correct? The DEP reads your water meter and you’re charged based on total water usage by volume, right? Wrong. The DEP also charges for pockets of air trapped in your lines. You are getting charged by total volume not water, and 99% of all meters out there do not detect the difference.

The Smart Valve was created to resolve the inefficiencies inherent in water delivery and consumption. The Smart Valve is a patented USA-made device that is installed on the user side of your incoming water line, creating a steady back-pressure through your water meter. Without the meter ‘over-spinning,’ you no longer get charged for pockets of air passing through your meter. Smart Valve’s patented Variable Flow-Control Process eliminates water-meter inaccuracy and excessive water consumption.

Our patented process, certified by the National Science Foundation takes the established principles of fluid dynamics and applies them in a new and financially rewarding application.

Smart Valve is one of the smartest choices for residential and commercial property owners can make. You’re conserving water, saving on your monthly utilities expenses, and those savings will add up tremendously.

Smart Valve is ideal for cutting down on your water and sewer expenses across commercial and residential properties, including but not limited to your home, multifamily properties, mixed-use properties, manufacturing, irrigation, car washes, medical and healthcare facilities, and not-for-profit organizations, etc.

The Smart Valve compresses air, eliminating its volume before it reaches the water meter – the meter no longer measures it, so you pay significantly less for the same water usage.

Valves are available in all standard plumbing sizes. The valve is made in double-flanged and double threaded (female NPT) configurations according to your pipe size.

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