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Posted on Friday, January 12, 2018 by

MySpy Wifi Messenger Alarm System from SJE-Rhombus

Would you like to be notified by text and/or email when your water high water alarm activates in your sump? We, at RC Worst & Company, have a solution that can help prevent costly damage to your property. The MySpy Wifi Messenger Alarm System is great for businesses, rental properties, and seasonal homes.It will monitor and report any alarm condition, including sump high water level, or under/over temperature alarms. When the alarm condition occurs, the alarm notifies the user locally (audible...

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Posted on Friday, December 15, 2017 by

Selecting Filters for your Ultraviolet Water Treatment System

The golden rule for Ultraviolet (UV) filtration is you must hit 5 microns or less. Meaning, you must filter out any particles measuring greater than 5 microns in diameter before the water receives the lethal dose of UV light. Harmful microorganisms can hide behind particles greater than 5 microns and escape the lethal dose. The two common types of filters that we sell at RC Worst are sediment and carbon. Sediment filters are available in a pleated, blown poly, or string wound version. A pleated...

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Posted on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 by

Ultraviolet Water Treatment Systems

The quality of drinking water can change from day-to-day, season to season. Even if your water is safe today many factors can cause contamination at any time. For example, ordinary events like heavy rainfall, melting snow, agricultural runoff, and industrial pollution can lead to contaminants entering wells or surface water sources. Not all water disinfection methods are created equal. For example, chemicals can be both dangerous to handle and potentially dangerous to the environment. Also,...

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Posted on Friday, December 8, 2017 by

Understanding Float Switches: Pump Versus Control

One of the most integral parts of a pumping system is a float switch. Float switches are used to monitor liquid levels in a basin, tank, or cistern of a pumping system. The float switches send signals to pumps, control panels, or alarms based on changing levels of the liquid. There are many different options available, however, one of the important differences is whether your system requires a pump or a control float. Simply put, a pump switch will directly control your pump and a control...

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Posted on Friday, December 8, 2017 by

What is a Pressure Switch?

If you have a private well water system, your Pressure Switch is an integral component. The Pressure Switch tells the pump that delivers water to your home when to turn on and off. When the pressure in the system drops to a preset low setting the pump will turn on (commonly known as the cut-on pressure). When the pressure in the system rises to the preset high setting the pump will turn off (commonly known as the cut-off pressure). For most homeowners, your Pressure Switch is preset at 40/60....

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