While delivering comfort and convenience, Advanced Conservation Technology (ACT, Inc.) is a global partner in conservation. From humble beginnings, the leadership team of Act, Inc. has led the charge forward to demonstrate the critical link between water and energy consumption. What started off as a solution to provide hot water when demanded, has become a way forward in our world of ever dwindling resources.
Through innovative thinking and tireless research, ACT Inc. has developed a patented process to provide consumers an exclusive solution to their wait for hot water. Precision controls perform the task while not wasting precious energy due to outdated technology that constantly recirculates hot water and prematurely wears out our expensive plumbing systems.
As a result, ACT, Inc. has been awarded a coveted certificate of recognition by the United States Department of Energy for demonstrating the ability to save both water and energy.
About Our Product
Advanced Conservation Technology (ACT) manufactures Hot Water Recirculation Systems that deliver hot water on demand, reduce water waste, and conserve energy. ACT, Inc.'s recirculating hot water pumps send cold water in the plumbing back to the hot water heater, via the cold water, or dedicated return line, while simultaneously bringing hot water to all fixtures on the line, in a matter of seconds. Unlike other hot water recirculation pumps, the ACT, Inc. D'MAND Kontrols® pump does not allow hot water into the cold water line, and delivers hot water to the furthest fixtures on user-demand, rather than relying on a timer activated system.
Because ACT, Inc. utilizes electronic control recirculation systems we save the user money, whereas other pumps that utilize timer based recirculation systems cost the user hundreds of dollars in energy expenses every year. The ACT, Inc. D'MAND Kontrols® recirculation system saves water by reducing the user's wait time for hot water and thus reduces the water wasted down the drain. ACT, Inc.'s hot water recirculation systems reduce energy use by diminishing the amount of unused water wasted down a drain, thus cutting on sewage and treatment costs. The average home only uses hot water for less than 1 hour a day, so why waste money waiting for it or recirculating hot water when no one is using it?
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