Triton has strengthened its range of high water level alarms designed for use in cavity drained systems in basement waterproofing projects.
The Triton Powersafe Unit is an automatic, battery back up high water level alarm, ideal for retrofitting to existing sump and pump systems as well as for new installations.
The unit stores power allowing it to take over the operation of the pump/s and protecting the property from flooding during mains power loss to the pump/s.
The stylish control panel also features a high level audible alarm and visual indicators of pump performance. The system can be used in single or dual pump configurations and is suitable for both groundwater and foul waste.
The Triton Universal Monitor is a neat warning system that uses the internet to send real time alerts to homeowners and installers about sump pump activity including: mains power failure, water levels, pump cycles, pump run times and service requirements. All alerts can be monitored remotely in real time using a smart phone, tablet or PC.
Triton AquaSafe is an alarm system designed for installation in the basement near to the sump that alerts the property user to a high water level situation in the sump, a power failure to the alarm or when there is service due.
A battery inside the unit activates the alarm in times of mains power failure and the system is activated via a mini or sump float switch inside the sump.
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