The Leak Beeper is now wireless!

Keeping toilets in good working order can significantly reduce your water consumption and cost. Keeping manpower to a minimum while doing so is key. The wireless Leak Beeper makes it possible to monitor toilets for leaks 24 hours-a-day, fix the leaks that can annoy a propertyís guests, and significantly reduce your water bill, all with minimal time required of your staff.
What's the Leak Beeper?
The Leak Beeper is a toilet leak detection device that uses patented, capacitive-sensing technology to detect flows of water into a toiletís water tank via the re-fill tube. It uses algorithms to differentiate between "normal" and "abnormal" water flows.
The Leak Beeper has two parts:

Part 1
The first part is a small sensor that attaches to the overflow tube and refill tube inside the toilet tank. This sensor is used to determine when water is flowing through the refill tube indicating a flush or water leakage.

Part 2
The second part is a beeper-sized, battery-powered unit that attaches to the side, rear, or bottom of the tank. It's used to monitor the sensor, provide logic and timing, and annunciate an alarm by using a small flashing light or by sending a wireless signal.
How to Get It

To find out more about buying Leak Beeper, please contact:

James Brackett, Director of Business Development
Email:  jab@leakbeeper.com
Direct:  (615) 300-3194
Fax:  (866) 961-5559

Leak Beeper
330 Franklin Rd.
Suites 135A-220
Brentwood, TN 37027
How to Install it

We install the new Wireless Leak Beeper for you. For the non-wireless Leak Beeper Base Model, here are step-by-step installation instructions. If you have any questions, just give us a call.
Job Opportunities

Leak Beeper seeks the most qualified individuals to hire for its sales positions in high water-cost cities like Atlanta, Boston, NYC, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and Honolulu. If you are interested in joining our team, please e-mail Jim Brackett at jab@leakbeeper.com
Why It's Good for Hotels

Ensures a More Pleasant Hotel Stay
Running toilets can be an annoying nuisance for your guests, yet they rarely report the issue, which perpetuates the problem. Allows hotel staff to discover leaks before they annoy your guests. Toilet remains completely operable as leaks are detected, so your guests are never inconvenienced.

Makes Financial Sense

Average Monthly Consumption Reductions:
  • 21% Per-bill (83,793 Gallons)
  • 18% Per-occupied-room
Average Monthly Cost Reductions:
  • 20% Per-bill ($802)
  • 18% Per-occupied-room ($1,657)

Increases Competitiveness
According to the Travel Industry Association of America, within the United States alone, 43 million people are self-proclaimed "eco-tourists" who are willing to pay 8.5 percent more to environmentally sensitive travel suppliers. By demonstrating that you care for the environment as well as your guest's comfort, you can earn respect and customer loyalty and enhance your company's competitiveness.

Protects the Environment
Lodging is the fourth most intensive user of energy and water in the United States commercial sector. Improving energy efficiency and water conservation will have a positive overall impact on the Environment.
How it Works

The Wireless Leak Beeper transmits leak indications to an off-site server using a mesh-network. From the server, it notifies maintenance personnel of leaks via text or e-mail and suggests repairs. See a diagram of how it works.

The Leak Beeper detects flapper related leaks, as well as non-flapper related leaks (which account for 60% of all possible leaks).


A Unique and Patented Method of Leak Detection
The Leak Beeper's probe detects "Normal" and "Abnormal" water flows that come into the toilet's water tank via the refill tube. Upon installation, the toilet is flushed to let the Leak Beeper's probe know what "normal" water flow feels like. Any water flow that deviates from this "normal" flow is detected as an "abnormal" refill, indicating a potential leak.

The Leak Beeper detects leaks due to:

Short Flush Issues:
  • Faulty flapper
  • Flapper landing and sealing incorrectly
  • Overly tight flapper chain
  • Pitted flush-valve
  • Cracked overflow tube
Long Flush Issues:
  • Faulty fill-valve seal
  • Faulty fill-valve
  • Overly loose flapper chain getting stuck under flapper
  • Sticking flush-arm
  • Flapper sticking open against overflow tube
  • Excess water pressure holding flapper open
"Short" and "Long" flush issues are signaled differently to help accurately diagnose the problem.
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