Frequently Asked Questions

Most clients see an immediate 15% reduction in water costs. The results vary by water pressure from the city water supply and valve size.
There are many ways air gets into the water supply as it travels though the pipes from your water supplier. Although water providers try to prevent outside air infusion, air is drawn into the water line in many ways such as during common main line breakages, pumps along the water line, small cracks or damaged joint seals and changes in temperature. Most water meters measure volume passing through the meter so you are billed for the volume of water plus the air. The Flosaver Air Reduction & Efficiency Valve compresses the air in the pipe as it goes through the meter so you are billed only for water, not water plus air bubbles. This results in up to 15% reduction in water costs.
No. Your Flosaver Valve is installed on the property side of the meter and does not require any permits or permission to install.
Flosaver Valve is manufactured in sizes from 3/4" upto 16" with the most common sizes being 2", 4" & 6" mains. We can also build custom Flosaver Valves in sizes up to 36 inches for main city distribution lines.
The Flosaver is a "patent pending" device with US Application number 62/962974 being filed with the USPTO.
Flosaver Air Reduction & Efficiency Valve is typically installed in under 2 hours per valve. Installation can be scheduled during hours that don’t interrupt your schedule or business.
Yes, however Flosavers recommends a licensed plumber or mechanical contractor install the valve.
Flosaver's Air Reduction & Efficiency valve is matched to the existing PSI of the water line prior to installation, therefore, customers should not experience any noticeable loss of pressure.
You will know the Flosaver Air Reduction & Efficiency Valve is working because you’ll see an immediate reduction in your volume usage, and a lower water bill.
The Flosaver Water Efficiency Valve is manufactured in the USA.