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November 19, 2019


10/24/2019 1:00:00 PM
Business Briefs

New Product Prevents Water Electric Shock
Safewater Systems, Inc. of Punta Gorda, Florida has been awarded a US Patent for its innovative invention, Shock-Guard 24/7. Shock-Guard 24/7 is a water safety product that detects the presence of stray electricity in a body of water and sounds a warning alarm and automatically turns off the power. Shock-Guard 24/7 was developed to prevent Electric Shock Drowning incidents, severe shock and fatalities from electrocution caused by stray electricity in a body of water. D.A. ‘Skip’ McTighe, CEO and Dwight Shepard, Chief Engineer co-invented the product. Shock-Guard 24/7 is designed to be installed in swimming pools, hot tubs, around boat docks and in marinas to warn about a lurking danger in the water. When the unit detects 1.7 volts or more of electricity in the water (up to 240 volts), a built-in alarm is triggered, warning of the danger. The unit also instantly trips a GFI circuit, shutting down the power, potentially eliminating the source of stray electricity. The system is like a smoke detector, except that it monitors the water instead of the air. Shock-Guard 24/7 has several industrial uses and can warn of electrolysis in water from DC power leakage, which can corrode and damage expensive boat parts like lower units, props, shafts and even a boats engine. The unit is powered by a 9V battery and requires no electricity to operate. Shock-Guard 24/7 is 100% solid state and will provide years of ‘peace of mind’ safety while swimming and boating in recreational waters. For more detailed information visit their web site at www.safewatersystemsinc.com or contact the company at 916•7120 or info@safewatersystemsinc.com. 



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