COMPRESSION OF AIR
The Lower The Water Bill™ valve air compression advantage performs on a wide variety of meters, including single jet, multi-jet, and turbine category positive displacement. This encompasses virtually every water meter available. The Lower The Water Bill™ Valve is installed nearest to the meter as permissible on your property.
The variable spring-loaded plunger that continuously regulates a steady pressure for incoming water achieves total functionality. As a result an elevated pressure on the opposite side marks this pressure. The air will be compressed and lose its volume once it arrives at this point and after it pushes past the meter through the Lower The Water Bill™ Valve it will regain its previous form. The purpose of this process is to compress the air enough so that the water meter does not detect or calculate it. The difference in water pressure will not be noticeable and it will slow down the excess spinning of your water meter.
STEADY PRESSURE AND FLOW
The accuracy of water meters are influenced by the changes in water pressure and flow, sometimes during higher or lower surges and drops in pressure. These meters are supposed to function correctly only within a limited range of water flow and if this falls outside the range then the meter will over-spin and cause the meter to give a costly, inaccurate measurement. These fluctuations are due to variations within the providers water supply.
This is where the benefit of installing the Lower The Water Bill™ Valve comes in as its exclusive spring loaded mechanism evens out the higher and lower dips in the water flow and maintains a steady flow. This provides additional protection from sudden water flow increases and also saves you money by improving the accuracy of your meter.
The Lower The Water Bill™ Valve functions as a flow restrictor when installed into the water line in which the reduction of flow is nearly imperceptive but is an impressive cost saving strategy.
As mentioned earlier, most water fixtures can only operate reliably with a maximum of 65-PSI water supply, as more than this will cause damages to seals and gaskets. Pressure reducers that are often used to regulate a 60-65 PSI range generally have performance issues over time and necessitate continued maintenance. Installing the Lower The Water Bill™ serves to decrease the pressure, therefore removing the extreme water pressure issues.