The McWane iHydrant was featured in the news recently for a system that was installed in Roswell, Georgia. Roswell is the first municipality to implement a full iHydrant system.
The nation's water infrastructure continues to age, and cities work to maintain aging leak-prone water systems that waste trillions of gallons a year and result in damaging costly breaks. The new McWane iHydrant is the perfect solution to the problem and can help save time, money, and resources, namely water, in the event of a leak. The iHydrant tracks pressure and temperature change and provides alerts at a moment's notice via smart hydrant sensors deployed across the water system.