Flooding could become a nightmare as businesses begin to return to work after months of stay-at-home management.If a storm causes your building to flood, you could lose power and need to move. That's what happened in May after four days of heavy rain flooded a basement in the Chicago area.From this we can see that the use of water sensors and related equipment is very important.
Many businesses store inventory and supplies in the basement. In the event of a flood, you could end up losing valuable merchandise. Even with flood insurance, waiting for payments and replacements can hold back your business. When electrical equipment gets wet, damage is not only costly but dangerous
Water sensors improve worker safety
Water sensors are part of a proactive maintenance strategy for companies in a variety of industries, including commercial real estate, utilities, stores and supermarkets. Anywhere where flooding or leaks could cause water damage can benefit from sensor-supported monitoring.
Sensors can provide early warning before subsurface flooding damages equipment or shuts down operations. Because sensor checks happen every few minutes, you're alerted to unexpected events so you can address them immediately. As a result, companies can avoid pumping water, which can be costly and dangerous for workers. They reduce the need for maintenance teams to go underground and work in backwaters surrounded by electrical equipment.
The hydrologic monitoring station independently developed by JXCT is suitable for remote monitoring of real-time water and rain conditions in rivers and reservoirs. Through the hydrological monitoring system, the management department can grasp the hydrological situation of river precipitation, section water level and so on in time, so as to make management decisions in time. Hydrological monitoring stations and early warning systems play an important role in timely warning of flood disasters and avoiding human and economic losses.