Genesis pump control panel helps prevent overflow
Tulsar Canada recently launched the Genesis, its latest control panel for residential and light commercial use at the 2018 Water and Wastewater Equipment, Treatment and Transport Show in Indianapolis, Ind.
Designed to give home and business owners more control over the use of their water and disposal of their wastewater, the Genesis provides continuous monitoring of cisterns, holding tanks and septic systems in homes, businesses or vacation properties. Its constant oversight prevents tanks from overflowing or running dry, manages flows in and out and alerts pending problems before they become a crisis.
“We are all living busy lives and shouldn’t need to concern ourselves with what happens after we flush the toilet,” says George Micevski, president of Tulsar Canada, in the release. “Whether you own a home or a small business, you need assurances that your holding tank won’t overflow or run dry. The Genesis takes all the worry away.”
Designed and built by hand at Tulsar’s facility in Brant County, Ont., the Genesis uses a series of floats to monitor water or wastewater levels, engaging pumps to drain grey water into the force-main outside your home or business.
Because it is able to control one or two pumps, it prevents tanks from overflowing and sends alerts to your smartphone and/or email if it senses a problem arising.
The Genesis is controlled by a custom-built, innovative circuit board, available in single and three-phase models. Featuring a NEMA 4X polycarbonate enclosure, the Genesis can be safely protected with a padlockable hasp.
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