iHydrant™ combines a feature-rich monitoring platform with always-on sensors in the lower valve plate to send wireless system pressure and temperature feedback in real time. Available on new purchases or as a simple retrofit kit, iHydrant™ is your best option for year-round system analysis, problem prevention and rapid response mitigation that can recover significant savings for your utility — without compromising your ability to fight fires.
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M&H Valve recommends following AWWA Manual “M17 Fire Hydrants: Installation, Field Testing, and Maintenance.” WARNING: Special care should be taken in the installation, inspection, testing, maintenance, and repair of pressure containing devices such as valves and hydrants. To prevent bodily injury, property damage, or damage to the fire hydrant and its supporting structures, use only a diffuser or a flexible hose (properly restrained at the point of discharge) for flushing or flow testing. FAILURE TO FOLLOW PROPER PRACTICES AND GUIDELINES CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY INJURY OR DEATH.