Wireless Leak Detection Solution
A solution proving popular for many clients who are looking to have a leak detection system installed without undertaking renovation work on their premises is the Aquiwave wireless leak detection panel by Aquilar.
Many of the systems we fit at Diamond Controls are installed within the existing fabrics of a building and that is where the introduction of a wireless panel can be of real benefit. It is especially useful for listed buildings, museums and galleries, and other premises where it is not viable to have a traditional wired installation.
Wireless leak detection panels can be installed without costly or invasive procedures and have been designed based on proven wireless fire alarm systems. The wireless system creates its own mesh network and so does not interfere or rely on other Wi-Fi systems making it a reliable and stable alternative to traditional leak detection panels.
The system is expandable up to 240 devices, including sensors, probes, boosters, beacons, and wireless water shut-off solenoid valves. The perfect solution for the dependable monitoring of liquid leaks, all connected wirelessly with two-way communication.
Two recent projects at prestigious luxury grade 2 listed apartment blocks in the heart of London are a perfect demonstration of the system’s capabilities. The smooth system install of the specified wireless system means the property owners did not have to make any costly adjustments to their infrastructure.
Alerts can also be monitored remotely with the addition of a speech dialler. This really useful piece of kit is able to monitor alarm codes and provide effective communication to a user’s mobile phone. The ideal solution for 24/7 monitoring of unoccupied premises for an immediate alert of detected liquid leaks.
The monitoring of kitchen, utility and bathrooms is a common requirement for residential properties. In addition, commercial premises often use leak detection systems for early warning notification of liquid leaks to data and comms rooms, plant and tank rooms, and other potential high-risk areas.
The regular servicing and maintenance of a wireless system can be covered as part of an annual maintenance package.
For more information on our wireless systems, please contact us.