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STREAM utilizes the science of Fluid Dynamics to create a compression zone before your meter. Water in its uncompressed (turbulent form) is prevented from entering, or passing through, the compression zone. All that can enter and pass-through this zone is water in its compressed and liquid form, slowing the measurement of air in the main water line and thus saving you money.


By balancing the flow of water STREAM saves you money, avoiding sudden pressure changes that can cause your flow indicator to spin.


STREAM installs in minutes on your main water valve and works for you 24/7.


STREAM compresses incoming turbulent water, delivering a bubble-less smooth flow that keeps your water meter from spinning and spinning.

Stop Paying For Air In Your Water!



STREAM creates a compression zone in your main water line, preventing water in its turbulent form from passing through your meter. STREAM is a highly engineered valve that will lower your water bill up to 25%. STREAM installs in minutes on your main line and works for you 24/7.


  • Installs in minutes on the property side of the meter
  • Saves on your water bill
  • Protects your plumbing from pressure fluctuations
  • Award winning innovative patented design


Questions & answers

STREAM is a realistic approach to lower your water bill without changing your use or affecting your water pressure. It is backed by science and it will not compromise the natural attributes of the water you use every day.

  1. Turn the water off on the property side of the meter.
  2.  Turn on the kitchen tap to drain the water line.
  3. Locate the threaded brass coupling that screws onto the property side of the water meter. Unscrew the brass coupling from the property side of the water meter and remove the washer.
  4. Insert STREAM into the waterline and replace the washer.
  5. Tighten the Brass fitting to the property side of the water meter and slowly turn the water back on. Now you are saving money with STREAM!

STREAM does not affect the quality of the water you receive through your plumbing fixtures. It is the exact same water with less turbulence! STREAM does not affect the performance of your main water line.

To get an answer we need to fully understand how Stream works. Stream has 2-core functions; exert a back pressure to compress out turbulence (water in its expanded form) and regulate your flow rate to reduce overconsumption. These functions are achieved by moderating your hydrodynamic PSI. Your water line has two forms of PSI, hydrostatic and hydrodynamic pressure. Hydrostatic PSI is the pressure within your water line when delivered to your property, by the utility company. We do NOT alter this in any way. Hydrodynamic pressure is the pressure differential between your utility water source and the pressure drop that causes your water to flow. A pressure drop is caused by you opening a water fixture, be it turning on a tap or shower, using sprinklers or a clothes washer. When you open one of these fixtures a pressure differential is created, where outside of your tap has a lower pressure, so water flows from the higher pressure (inside your tap) to the lower pressure area out of your tap. Stream regulates this pressure differential to ensure there is a sufficient pressure drop created to maintain the necessary flow rate, while limiting any excess. So, Streams function is NOT to affect your PSI but to control your flow rate.
In most cases the installation can be completed within 10 – 15 minutes once the water meter is located.
A plumber is not usually needed for installation.
Yes. Cavitation and hammering are caused by the on and off functioning of the well pump. A well pump is designed to maintain a pressure range within the water system, whenever the pressure drops below the threshold, the pump turns on, once the water line has repressurized to the set range, the pump turns off. Two negative actions occur during these on/off functions. First, when the pump starts, it pulls the water from the well then pushes it through the pump, via the impeller. This action creates a low-pressure zone as the water enters the pump, forcing a phase shift of the water from the fully compressed Liquid form, to a Vapor form (turbulent) that creates Hydrodynamic cavitation (bubbles). These cavitation bubbles act as little bombs where when they come into contact with the pump impeller or your pipes, they burst creating an extremely high heat exchange that, over time, causes pitting and metal fatigue. The on/off function of the pump may also lead to hammering within your water line. This hammering is due to the possible presence of air within your line and the sudden pressure changes caused by the on/off functioning of the pump. Stream mitigates this by smoothing out the pressure shifts while creating a compression zone that aids in preventing air from entering your system.
Stream comes with a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty, but it is built to last the lifetime of the house. The only component that you may want to check on every couple of years is the torsion spring, as it is continuously working. Depending on the volume of water use, psi and water conditions within your home, the spring may need replacing at the 5-year point, if it has been over worked.

No. Because of the anti-corrosive properties of STREAM and its fully demagnetized material, you are unlikely to see mineral build-up due to the hard water.

Savings all depend on how your household consumes water. There are 2 key types of consumption; fixed consumption and variable consumption. Using a faucet, shower, sprinkler are all forms of variable consumption, where there is not a fixed volume of water necessary while being consumed. This type of use will see the biggest savings as Stream reduces over-Consumption and compresses your water down to its lowest metered volume. Fixed consumption is a little different. When you fill a pool or use your washing machine, you require a fixed volume of water to complete this task. In this scenario, the savings are found from Stream reducing the volume of the metered water by compressing out the turbulence.
When your home pressure is less than 35 psi you do not need this device as you are likely in a situation where your property is under-serviced for water.
No. An important feature of Stream is that it’s fail-safe. This doesn’t mean that it can’t fail, failure is extremely unlikely, but if this were to happen, the result would be that your property would no longer experience the savings.
Turbulence is simply the result of moving water. Consider the path water takes to get to your property. It starts in a lake, aquifer, tower or any other source, it travels through pipes that intersect each other, through pumping stations, it experiences increases and decreases in temperature and elevation. All of these influences cause changes in pressure that force the water into a phase shift from its compressed form to its turbulent vapor form. Stream phase shifts the water back to its compressed form, eliminating this turbulence .
There is no simple answer to this question, as it depends on your psi, the volume of water you are consuming, how you are consuming your water, how far the water travels, etc. All that we can say for sure, is that it is present in your water line.
It depends on region and climate. Warmer regions that don’t typically experience freezing weather will likely have their meter in the ground by the street. If you are in an area that is prone to cold weather, your meter will likely be in your basement or crawlspace.
  • STREAM compresses excess air in your water supply so that the air goes undetected to your water bill
  • STREAM is a quick and legal installation on the property side of the water meter
  • STREAM works for you 24/7 from the moment you install it
  • STREAM ensures that as flow rate increases there is no additional pressure drop experienced by the property
  • STREAM is backed by science

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