Do you want to help make a difference and conserve our precious water resources while saving money on your school’s water bills?
Would you like access to easy to use technologies that let your students get involved and learn about in monitoring, managing and saving water?
Becoming a Flowd, water smart school today, can help conserve water and save money.
Flowd technologies allows schools to have easy access to up to date data on their water use. This helps you to keep an eye on how much water your school is using and when you are using it.
You can use this information to make sure you are on track to conserve water and help reduce those ever-present water bills.
We also help to make sure that you don’t have a hidden water leak somewhere, slowing causing damage behind walls, for example, that might cost your school a small fortune to fix later on.
Once your school’s Flowd Smart Water Meter is installed, it communicates at half-hourly intervals with the Flowd Smart Water App, offering real-time data on water usage, directly to your fingertips, through your mobile phone, desk-top or tablet.
This tells you how much water your school is using and at what time of the day, every day of the week.
Because the Flowd App is registering water usage at half-hour intervals, it can detect if there is abnormal or excess water usage at your school.
Imagine all of the areas where there could be a dripping tap, or a concealed water leak somewhere within all of your schools facilities.
The App can be configured to provide you with an automatic alert if there is a leak or excess usage, enabling you to address the issue straight away so that it doesn’t become a bigger problem, or expense, later on.
An optional part of our services are the Flowd Stop-Cock leak protection valves for all of the braided hoses at your school (normally found under sinks). These valves offer an immediate leak protection mechanism.
Installing the Flowd smart water system gives you complete piece of mind that your school is being protected from water leaks and excess usage, 24 hours a day.