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Powers Introduces Digital Water Mixing and Recirculation System for Use in Commercial and Institutional Facilities

The IntelliStation™ can be integrated in a building automation system (BAS) to allow remote monitoring and control of water temperatures by facilities managers

North Andover, MA – June 23, 2015—Powers today announced the IntelliStation, a smart delivery system that allows managers of commercial and institutional facilities such as hospitals, hotels, universities, and multi-family residences to ensure safe and efficient tempered water delivery. The IntelliStation provides fast-response digital temperature regulation of domestic water within +/-2°F, even during low and zero-demand periods.

The IntelliStation is easily configurable in the field and does not require the use of proprietary software. A smart controller with a 3.5-inch full-color touchscreen interface displays nearly 200 combinations of critical data, including mixed outlet temperature, and mixed and return flow, as well as energy consumption. The IntelliStation also features a Sanitization mode for high-temperature system purges to address bacteria and controls a recirculation pump to optimize loop performance.

Integrated in a BAS using BACnet® and Modbus® protocols, the lead free IntelliStation supports integrated building management and allows for safe and consistent delivery of hot water on demand. As part of an ASSE-compliant water distribution system that includes point-of-use mixing valves at each fixture in the plumbing system, the IntelliStation provides optimal control for maintaining the water temperature selected for a facility.

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Judi D’Amico, Watts Water Technologies

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About Powers

Powers, a Watts Water Technologies company, provides distribution, point-of-use, and emergency water tempering and temperature solutions used in residential, commercial, and institutional applications. Powers’ T/P technology provides superior protection against temperature and pressure changes.  For more information, visit