ETwater – the leader in innovation and performance in smart irrigation.
ETwater offers intuitive and feature-rich solutions that combine the best of web-based irrigation management, real-time weather data from 10,000 stations and wirelessly-connected smart controllers to manage irrigation based on the unique needs of each landscape, adjusting schedules daily based on weather and evapotranspiration.
With products ranging from full-featured smart controllers to plug-and-play units such as the industry-changing HermitCrab – which converts conventional irrigation systems to smart irrigation solution in minutes – ETwater has a solution for every situation. And all ETwater controllers use the same award-winning ETwater ManagerTM web service, accessible from any computer, tablet or smart phone, so there is just one solution to learn. Users monitor all of their sites from the ETwater At-A-Glance Dashboard and can manage all of them remotely in real time.
Additional capabilities can be added with services such as Flow Monitoring & Control – providing email alerts and enabling the controller to respond immediately to high or low flows – and QuickDraw which allows users to instantly turn on or off any zone from their smartphone or computer.
The results? Beautiful landscapes, more precise control over irrigation systems, advanced water budgeting capabilities, fewer unscheduled site visits, and typical water savings of 20 to 50 percent!
The Irrigation Association is the leading membership organization for irrigation companies and professionals. Together with our members, we are committed to promoting efficient irrigation and to long-term sustainability of water resources for future generations
The Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM) is a professional organization dedicated to promoting a positive understanding of community associations and the contribution of professional management services in the development, establishment and maintenance of high-quality, well-managed neighborhoods. Founded in 2003 by management groups looking to positively impact their profession, AACM now includes more than 55 of the leading community management companies in Arizona as well as more than 200 affiliate partners who provide a variety of services to Arizona communities. Representing management companies that serve more than 1 million Arizona households, AACM is the leading information resource for legislators and community managers regarding homeowners association and management issues.
Hunter Industries – As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of irrigation equipment for the landscape and golf course industries, Hunter has enjoyed a well-established reputation as the innovation leader in irrigation. The company continues to focus on the needs of the irrigation professional every day since being founded 28 years ago as a small ‘start-up’ by industry pioneer Edwin J. Hunter.
Today, with Richard E. Hunter, Edwin’s son, at the helm as the company’s President and CEO, Hunter’s core purpose and mission is clear: To be the landscape professional’s first choice for irrigation products and services.
Hunter produces a full range of water-efficient products for residential and commercial use, as well as for golf course applications, including its legendary pop-up gear-driven rotors, spray sprinklers, valves, controllers, central controllers, and weather sensors. As the innovation leaders, Hunter holds more than 250 product patents and 40 trademarks, starting with the Hunter PGP® in 1983, the pop-up gear-driven rotor that revolutionized the irrigation industry.
Being Irrigation Innovators, Hunter takes its role in water efficiency and environmental sustainability very seriously. As the home of the award winning MP Rotator, the SWAT-tested Solar Sync, and the iconic Mini-Clik®, the company’s commitment to sustainability does not stop at with their products. From their new gold level LEED® certified building, to 324,000 gallons of recycled water annually, to 28.86 tons of recycled refuse each month, every action is taken with ecology in mind, realizing that conservation doesn’t stop with water.