Automatically Shuts Down System if an Overflow Condition Occurs
Lateral Line Break:
If a break should occur on zone #3, the Flow-Clik would sense a ?high flow? condition (>21 GPM) and would shut down the system for the prescribed interrupt period.
The Flow-Clik would identify a ?high flow? condition approximately 20 seconds after the first valve is activated based on the irrigation schedule and the master valve would shut down.
The hazards of an over-flow situation know no economic boundaries. A high flow and the damage that can occur could just as easily take place on a simple residential system as it could on a top-of-the-line commercial system comprised of institutional-grade components. That?s why Hunter has developed the Flow-Clik, an economical way to monitor and shut off the flow of any system ? existing or new, large or small. A ruptured pipe or broken sprinkler that is left undetected can result in a substantial amount of damage. Plants and groundcover can be flooded, a slope can be eroded, even solid surfaces such as sidewalks or driveways can be undercut. The installation of a Flow-Clik will ensure that such a break will be identified before any damage can occur. The Flow-Clik is user-set to activate at a specified level of flow; once that level is exceeded, the electrical circuit is broken and the valves are shut off. As a result, the amount of water loss in the event of high external leakage would be substantially reduced. For liability reduction, erosion prevention and an easy means of water conservation, there is no better low cost solution than the Flow-Clik.
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