Decentralized Water Storage
WatrWise™ decentralized water storage systems benefit water utilities, water purveyors, water system operators and water users in developed countries by reducing peak demand challenges while storing water for emergencies. Developers could benefit because water infrastructure development costs may decline as use increases. Still further advantages will become apparent from a study of the Patent Technical Information page.
Pressure and flow remain constant because the instant pressure falls the tanks in the affected area isolate water users while supplying them with water; under pressure, allowing supply to catch up with demand. Later, during diurnal low demand, WatrWise™ water storage is recharged. Water is available to water users as long as water is available from supply. The water user is never without water unless water supply fails to supply water. See Reserved Water Storage.
WatrWise™ EWS has a slow fill rate; reducing demand challenges. The cycle valve used to cycle the pressure tank refills the pressure tank at a controlled rate of one gallon per minute (GPM). When the water user turns off the tap, and pressure exceeds the cycle valve pressure setting, water delivery to the pressure tank is restricted to 1 GPM, in order to slowly refill the pressure tank; lowering water system demand challenges. WatrWise™ EWS also serves as emergency water storage for water users. See Emergency Water Storage.
WatrWise™ is committed to designing water storage systems that impact people everywhere.