Wasserstand Sensor
On flat roofs water often impounds on large scales, not draining off fast enough.
Also drainage deficiencies or blocked drains may lead to impounded water.
Water retentions like this should be noticed as soon as possible in order to prevent damage to the roof's structure or even structural collapse due to exceeding tolerable roof loads (according to a press article in Sueddeutsche Zeitung from Feb. 26, 2012 "Schuldach bricht ein" - School's roof collapses).
Due to our novel and innovative impound water sensor such hazardous situations can now be detected in time.

Impound water alert system - overview

Wasserstand Display
The impound water senser may either be assembled directly to our snowload base system or be mounted stand alone in any arbitrary location. The sensor is then connected to our system via cable.
Using snow depth as additional information

As an addition, during winter season this sensor also provides data about current snow depth on your flat roof.