CEDIA - WaterCopPRO Integrated Named Finalist for the Electronic Lifestyles Award

Industry Leading Technology Protects Homes and Businesses from Water Damage

St. Clair, MO - Premium whole-house water protection system WaterCopPRO Integrated is competing at Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) for the Best New Product Award. The award recognizes innovative technology and design, in particular the WaterCopPRO Integrated centralized monitoring and control features, which provide the most complete plumbing leak protection available.


"We are honored that WaterCopPRO Integrated was selected as a finalist for Best New Product at CEDIA," said J. Rodney Bryan, Jr., President & C.E.O., DynaQuip Controls, manufacturer of the WaterCop family of residential and industrial shut-off systems. "The technology in this premium system helps stop leaks when they are first detected to mitigate loss from water damage, which occurs in more than one million U.S. homes each year."

WaterCopPRO Integrated: Premium Whole House Protection with Centralized Monitoring
with Central Monitoring with Central Monitoring

The WaterCopPRO Integrated uses strategically located wireless sensors to communicate with an
indoor shut-off valve when a leak is detected. The Monitoring and Control panel provides convenientaccess to system status, integration with third-party security systems, and an optional Wi-Ficommercial use. WaterCopPRO Integrated: Premium Whole House Protection with
Central Monitoring

Winner to be announced on October 16, 2015 at the CEDIA Expo.
An awards celebration will follow on October 17 at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in the Forks Ballroom in Dallas, TX.

WaterCopPRO Integrated is part of a complete line of automatic whole-house and point-of-use devices designed to control plumbing systems in the event of failed appliances or leaking fixtures. From basic on/off systems to detailed monitoring and feedback, WaterCop offers customers a time- proven, USA manufactured, water loss mitigation solution to help protect against a persistent and often ignored threat.

"Every second counts." said Bryan. "Even if you already use water sensors to detect leaks, you are only notifying your customer of an active problem. Tying the WaterCop automatic water shut-off valve into your automation system gives you a way to proactively stop potential flooding and positions your company as a hero and service leader."

For more information about WaterCop Automatic Shut-Off Systems, visit www.WaterCopPROIntegrated.com or call 800-545-3636.

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