Add the Water Heater Watchdog to your water heater and pan installation package.
Only Overflow Device with an Integral Pump
Compatible with gas and electric water heaters
Fast & Easy Installation
No False Postives
Give your clients peace of mind with the Water Heater Watchdog.
Water Heater Watchdog Water Sensor, Alarm, and Pump
All-In-One Overflow Protection Device for Water Heaters
The Water Heater Watchdog by Kevlyn Pumps is a unique system for fluid detection and notification that also has a pump that can move up to 340 GPH of water. Your equipment starts to leak into a pan. The device has a sensor that can detect the water. Once detected it will start the audible alarm and send a push notification to your mobile phone. If the leak continues, another notification will be sent when there is one inch of water detected. When the water reaches a predetermined height, the pump will start. If the silence button is pushed it will reset the alarm.
|Dimensions||12 × 7 × 7 in|
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How it Works
Your Water Heater Watchdog is a plumbing trade designed fluid detection and notification system with an integral pump with the capacity to move 340 gallons per hour.
When your customer’s water heater develops a leak, the device’s sdensor will detect the leak. An audible alarm will sound.
The pump will start when the water level in the reservoir closes the low voltage circuit.. The pump will stop and start depending on water inflow.
Technology & Specs
24V DC Power Supply
Motor, Full load Amps (Fuse Size) – 2.0 Amps
Motor Type – Permanent Magnet
Pump Leads & Strength – 18 Ga. – 2 leads (red +, black -)
Max. Liquid Temp +160°F – Min. Liquid Temp +40°F
Pump Materials – FDA Ultraform plastic head – ABS Motor housing
Motor Shaft Material – 416 S.S.
Suction Inlet screened.
Discharge 3/8” MPT
Gasket – Nitrile™
Shaft Seals – Nitrile™
O-rings – Neoprene
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENT GFCI 120v 60hz A/C
Consult and obey all local plumbing and electrical codes as per your location.