The Smart Valve™ Pod Cast with CEO Jeff Chalfin

We are happy to share a podcast that featured the Smart Valve in its latest episode:

View Jeffs Pod Cast Here

Jeff Chalfin, CEO of Flow Dynamics, LLC, the patent holder and manufacturer of the SMART VALVE™, offers great insight into how a simple, yet extremely effective variable flow management device solves a number of problems inherent in your water system that are causing you to overpay for your water. 

“With water becoming one of our most precious and expensive resources, our game-changing technology should become standard equipment for anyone paying a water bill,” says Chalfin

Flow Dynamics, based in Carlsbad, CA, plans to expand its distributor network—both domestically and internationally— and welcomes inquiries from experienced distributors. Proudly Made in the USA by FLOW DYNAMICS, LLC.

Interested in learning more on how you can save on water & sewage expenses? Here’s how to get in touch:

Email Jeff:
P: 877-843-8555
Visit their website at

Does your business make a profit? Now there is no excuse for not installing a Smart Valve!

Does your business make a profit? Then Uncle Sam would like to buy you a Smart Valve! According to the latest tax code, the Smart Valve qualifies for full depreciation in the year of purchase (consult your tax advisor). How does this work? Updated Section 179 Tax Deductions for Businesses The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017increased the Section 179 benefit for businesses that buy assets and start using them. Effective January 1, 2018, businesses can immediately deduct up to $1 million for qualifying purchases of capital property, with a limit of $2.5 million. After 2018, the limits are indexed to inflation. Businesses can now also take this deduction for nonresidential real property (buildings), including: • roofs • fire, alarm and security systems, and • HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems. What are Section 179 Deductions?  Section 179 of the IRS Code was enacted to help small businesses by allowing them to take a depreciation deduction for certain assets (capital expenditures) in one year, rather than depreciating them over a longer period of time. Taking a deduction on an asset in its first year is called a “Section 179 deduction.” You can see that there is a benefit to taking the full deduction for the cost of the item immediately, rather than being required to spread out the deduction over the item’s useful life. For example, if you buy a computer or other office equipment for your office, under Section 179 you can deduct the full cost of that computer in one year. This also makes sense, because we all know that computers have a short lifetime or useful life. Now there is no excuse for not installing a Smart Valve!

SmartValve: Independent engineering study confirms…

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Independent engineering study confirms nominal additional energy usage by booster pumps in combination with the Smart Valve.

A large Canadian property owner, who was showing great savings with the Smart Valve, became concerned that the valve would cause additional energy usage by their booster pumps. So they commissioned a study by an outside engineering company which determined the annual additional energy cost was only $77, while the Smart Valve is saving them tens of thousands of dollars annually.

The externally adjustable Smart Valve will save you as much as 30% or more on your water and sewer bill without any impact to water delivery in the facility. Contact us or your local distributor for more information.