The FluidLytix
Water Efficiency Valve.
Saves Water. Saves Money.

* Results vary by size of valve, incoming water pressure and location.

Rising Cost of Water

The cost of water is rising 5.5% annually in the US, according to the Wall Street Journal, as "utilities try to fix corroded pipes and overflowing sewer systems."

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Demand for Fresh Water

is increasing across the U.S. and the world. In eight of the 10 most populous states and in the top 10 nursery-producing states, competition between human, industrial and agricultural water use is becoming a major issue.**

The WAVE Technology

The FluidLytix solution features the WAVE Water Efficiency Valve. Its 2 in 1 valve technology regulates both air and pressure, resulting in up to 30% lower water bills and 3% to 6% reduced water usage.*

Installation typically requires less than one hour water shutoff time, and can be scheduled during off-hours to reduce any downtime.

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A Simple Way to Conserve Water and Reduce Cost

Installing the WAVE valve in your water line makes it simple to conserve water by 3% to 6%* before it even flows into the facility. This saves water, increases the service life of plumbing system components, and reduces the risk of water leaks.

Total water usage is reduced in the main pipe so you save everywhere water is used in your greenhouse or nursery.

* Results vary by size of valve, incoming water pressure and location.

**Source: Dept of Plant Science, University of Tennessee

 
 
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How the FluidLytix  system works

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FluidLytix WAVE Water Efficiency

FluidLytix's WAVE Water Efficiency Valve performs the job of two key valves:

  • Compressible Flow Valve. Compresses the accumulated air in the water line, reducing the volume of air prior to flowing through the water meter. The result is up to 30% savings on water usage costs.

  • Pressure-Reducing Valve. Reduces water pressure to reduce water usage by 3% to 6%. This saves water, increases the service life of plumbing system components, and reduces the risk of water leaks.

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A container nursery with 70% of the land in production
under overhead irrigation could use
14,000 to 19,000 gallons of water
per acre per day
during the peak growing season.

*Over 200,000 Sq. Ft

 

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