Water Valve, wireless, z -wave for Irrigation or emergency water shut -off introduced by FortrezZ.

FortrezZ, LLC. Announces New Product: WV-01, a Water Level, Irrigation or Emergency Water Shut-Off Valve, Wireless, Z-Wave, intelligent, patentend micro controlled Device. The WV-01 will be sold to distributors and home automation installers.

FOR PRESS RELEASE: January 7, 2010

Ortonville, Michigan
FortrezZ, LLC. Announces New Product that everybody MUST have: WV -01, Water Level / Irrigation or Emergency Water Shut -Off Valve, Wireless, a Z -WaveTM, intelligent, microprocessor controlled Device.
Ready for production, the FortrezZ WV -01 Water Level / Irrigation or Emergency Water Shut -Off Valve is ready to be sold to distributors and manufacturers of home automation, control, home security and monitoring systems. The Z -WaveTM WV -01 Valve will fill a gap in the product market for wireless emergency water shut -off valves or water level / irrigation systems valves and will work with any z -wave wireless water & freeze alarm or soil moisture sensors.
According to the trade organization Insurance Institute Network of California:
"Frozen and broken water pipes rank No. 2 behind hurricanes in terms of both the number of homes damaged and the amount of claim costs in the U.S."

This patented product, intelligent, microprocessor controlled Device will provide you with peace of mind and the protection you expect from damage caused by water leaks or freezing. Water damage is caused by leaking pipes, corroded water heaters, water storage tanks, fixtures in bathrooms, laundry rooms, refrigerator drip pans, inclement weather, etc.
Every year millions of people experience water damages, hundreds of thousands of them file for water damage claims under their home insurances.
Maintaining water levels in containers or certain predetermined soil moisture levels is also important to homeowners, farmers or gardeners. WV -01 will fill a gap in the product market for such devices.

The WV -01 Water Level / Irrigation or Emergency Water Shut -Off Valve is a Wireless Z -WaveTM enabled device and is fully compatible with any Z -WaveTM enabled network. A WV -01 Valve without being part of a Z -WaveTM network will still protect you for water leaks using the local installed water leak probe. This WV -01 Valve is designed for the US market using 908 MHz and comes in 5 pipe sizes: ½", ¾", 1", 1 ¼" and 1 ½" and meets most local plumbing codes. A European market version will be released shortly thereafter using 868 MHz. WV -01 Valve is expected to ship after January 31st 2010, and is available for preorder from wholesalers and distributors.
FortrezZ LLC was established in 2008 with the goal of manufacturing and providing affordable and easy to use Z -Wave devices based on a proven successful technology. Using Z -Wave technology, FortrezZ is constantly adding new types of devices for home automation & control and home monitoring market, making it simpler and more affordable for homeowners and professional integrators and installers.
Z -Wave Alliance is an open consortium of over 160 manufacturers who create products and services based on Z -WaveTM, the standard in wireless control.
CONTACT:
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Stella Szasz, please call: FortrezZ, LLC. 248 -852 -1307 or send email to: Sales@fortrezz.com
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