HOW IT WORKS - WODA-SCI HOME WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM OVERVIEW
In the Woda-Sci home water supply system application, the source of the water used in a home is from the home’s foundation drainage system accessed through the sump pit. The Woda-Sci product consists of a controller with a keypad interface, 4 water level sensors installed in the sump, a pressure sensor, a sprinkler or shallow well pump (purchased separately). Complete system photo. The Woda-Sci home water supply system controls the sump pump, and the shallow well pump in order to supply all of a home’s water needs when interfaced with a water purification system. Or, the sump water can be used exclusively for home irrigation and can connect to and control a standard home lawn sprinkler system. See our Water and Sprinkler product diagram. Of course, you can benefit and use both the home water and irrigation functionality if you choose.
WHO IT'S FOR
The Woda-Sci home water supply system is best suited to areas of the country with high water tables which are predominately in the midwest, Northeast and Middle Atlantic regions of the U.S. To see how to determine if a home has enough ground water capacity visit the determining applicability page. Ideally your home should have ground water levels between 1 and 9 feet deep. If you would like to see some slides showing different areas of the country with high water tables see these slides from the United States Geological Survey (U.S.G.S) website. You should be able to go to this site and view an area close to your own home to get an idea of the water table levels in your area.
In the future it will also have the optional capability of supplying water to a geothermal heating and cooling system. If you are interested in the future geothermal application you can view this high level diagram.