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Point Of use Water Safety Shut-Off Valve For Washing Machines Onsite Products

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  • FloodStop is a Point Of Use leak detection and automatic water shut off system designed for commercial and residential dwellings Motorized valves are used to automatically shut off the water supply whenever a leak is detected Installs in minutes A
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Product Description

FloodStop is a Point Of Use leak detection and automatic water shut off system designed for commercial and residential dwellings Motorized valves are used to automatically shut off the water supply whenever a leak is detected Installs in minutes A

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Part Number FS3/4H-90
Item Weight3.4 pounds
Product Dimensions9.9 x 8.9 x 2.5 inches
Item model numberFS34H90
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description

AquaManagers, Inc. offers a 1 year warranty on all New Generation FloodStop products.

  
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ASINB00PM9A3TC
Best Sellers Rank #31,650 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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144 of 145 people found the following review helpful By R. Savage on January 14, 2010
I just received this product today. The installation was very simply and it only took about 15 minutes. Overall, I am very pleased with this device. I have tested it several times and without fail, every time the sensor detects water, it faithfully shuts off the two water valves.

The plastic controller housing seems a bit cheap but the valves appear to be high quality. The wall plugin transformer is black with white plastic wire and all other parts of the device are white, so why the black transformer housing? So in the aesthetics category, I would give this product only three stars. But I did not buy it for looks or to show of to friends and family, I bought it for its utilitarian and functional purpose and for that I give the product an overall 5 stars.

There is one water risk that this device does not solve directly and that is if the drain line were to become detached or clogged and the washing machine were to begin draining on to the floor, the water supply lines would be closed but there is nothing to stop the washing machine from continuing to pump all its water content out on to the floor. Fortunately this device includes a set of both normally open and normally closed IO contacts. Using the leads provided, coupled with some relay controlled power outlet, you can use this to disconnect power from the washing machine thereby stopping the water pump. If you do want to take this additional step, make sure to obtain a relay power controlled device that supports a high enough amperage for your washing machine. I am planning on using a Furman MP-20 Power Relay Accessory to solve this.
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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful By AM on January 18, 2011
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This product is a very good idea. The self shutoff hoses that are now available have problems with stopping the flow when they shouldn't, which this device solves. Other water sensing electronically controlled shut off valves are available, but cost a lot more than the Floodstop. But the Floodstop is not perfect.

The biggest problem is that the unit is very, very cheaply made. It's a Chinese import, and smacks of it. This is the sort of product that needs to be seriously reliable and thus made to a high level of quality. It's not. The cables and connectors are as cheap as possible, the control unit is in a flimsy housing, and the valves themselves are not very rugged. As an example, where the interconnecting wires terminate to the cheap plug-in connector at the controller unit, there is no "strain relief". A little flexing there will cause the wires to break. Another example is the plastic housing that protects the solenoid that operates the water valves. Again, the wires are not strain relieved, so that any accidental tugging or excessive vibration are likely to cause the soldered connection to break. I may sound too critical, but I'm an engineer and would never design a device that is supposed to be "high reliability" like this - cable and connecor issues are huge sources of failure. If any problems occur with the wires of the Floodstop, the user won't know about it and the thing will simply not work when it's needed. It wouldn't have taken much for the unit to be designed to be much more robust. There are some other sensing shut off valves on the market that cost considerably more. I appreciate that this one is priced lower, but Floodstop cheaped out much too far IMO.

There are a couple of other things I didn't like.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Alger Morrison on May 11, 2010
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I installed this system on my washer and came home one day to a house full of water. I had a leak and only one of the two valves shut off the water supply. I did some tests with the hoses off and the valve only worked some of the time to fully shut off the water. I do not trust the system now.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mikel on December 4, 2010
I recently purchased the two-valve model for use with a new washing machine in a New York apartment. This seems to be a generally well-made product, and installation was fairly straightforward. I was able to install and test it in under an hour.

The only negative comment I would have is that for a device that people install once and then count on to work properly to forestall a possible future disaster, it makes no sense that the control cables to the motorized valves have connection sockets that are not more foolproof. If you are not careful when connecting the cables to the motorized valves, the pins within the connector can be easily bent and fail to make the connection. Because of the design, you CANNOT tell by looking at the connector that this has in fact happened, and the valve motors are so quiet and smooth you can't easily hear or feel that they are functioning. The only way to detect the problem is to actually test the valve, by seeing if it actually shuts off the water when activated. Testing the valves of course makes sense to do anyway, given the risks of the valves not working, but I suspect people may not perform this critical test to check that BOTH valves actually do shut off the water flow. In addition, every time you disconnect and reconnect the cables this problem can occur, so the valves need to be tested any time the cables are reconnected. I've read at least one review where a person had water damage occur because one of the valves failed to operate, and I bet this was nothing more than a bent interconnect pin in the cable to one of the motorized valves.

I know about this problem because it happened to me, and as someone with decades of experience with electrical devices, I know that this is a design issue rather than a user problem.
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