Hospitals, with many daily users, are buildings where a lot of water can potentially be saved, such as in hotels. For example, a hospital with 550 rooms (1100 beds) consumes 265,644 m3 annually, which costs [463-1389K ] depending on the country. Approximately 2/3 (175,000m3 ) is used in the rooms ( 340-10102K)
Considering a potential of 10%, we would save 17000 m3/year at a cost of [55K-165K ] and 275 Tn CO2.
The ROI would be between 2-3 years.
With the flow and water temperature collected and statistically treated by our algorithms, user patterns can be plot, find leaks and fine tune water heaters according to demand.