A remote water monitoring and alert system...
that workers will actually use
A proven leader in wireless remote communications, Silversmith Data introduces HYDRALERT™, the industry's most innovative remote monitoring of fire hydrants, alerting municipalities of vandalism, theft, and the presence of water. These Cost-effective units save time, save money, and ultimately, improve safety. HYDRALERT will prove itself to be indispensable in hydrant monitoring.
Accidents, vandalism, theft, and freezing temperatures can compromise hydrant function in an emergency. And unauthorized access to water can lead to critically low water pressure and millions of dollars in annual losses.
Silversmith's HYDRALERT is appropriate for municipalities of all sizes, as well as hydrant manufacturers. Utilities, industrial and business parks, and university campuses also benefit from this technology.
Features and Specifications
HYDRALERT is a small electronic component that retrofits into existing dry-barrel fire hydrants, regardless of hydrant type or manufacturer.
- Monitors water presence, vibration tamper, and battery status.
- Lithium battery system, with battery life of 5 - 10 years and energy efficient sleep cycle
- Status check-in
- Integrated CAT1 LTE embedded cellular communication technology
- Simple installation and commission within 30 - 60 minutes
- Built to withstand harsh conditions and vandalism
- Status reports sent on user-set schedule (e.g. daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly)
- Customizable default alarm parameters
- Sensor monitoring of all conditions, or select condition, such as water level or movement
- Customizable alarm timing, message, and recipients
- Handheld monitors for alarm texts or emails
The HYDRALERT sensor unit is installed through the upper or lower barrel of the hydrant, depending on type. The outer unit, made from durable, industrial grade copolymer, is integrally installed cleanly and without hydrant function interference.
System & Installation Cost
Silversmith, Inc. has created a reliable system with minimal upkeep and minimal cost (especially when the average cost for replacing a frozen hydrant ranges from $5,000 to 8,000).
Every consultation includes a full estimate with no hidden charges. HYDRALERT is always cost-effective and includes a one-year warranty.
For more information, call 989.370.4964 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.