Demand for clean drinking water is rapidly increasing, while water networks are being challenged by environmental factors such as climate change and population growth.
Leak detection is a proven method of safeguarding water. If leaks are not detected quickly then immense quantities of water may be wasted. Significantly, it is estimated that 90% of leaks never show at ground level, making them much harder to identify.
Network monitoring can also be used for the prevention of leaks. Efficient pressure management can reduce the strain on a network, reducing pressure spikes and preventing bursts.
We have developed an innovative range of clean water network monitoring products that fall under the following categories:
Leak Detection – Wide-ranging leak detection solutions, including award-winning acoustic noise loggers, correlators and electronic ground microphones
Pressure Control – Two-way communicating devices that support remote management of pressure reducing valves
Data Logging – Market-leading loggers that use advanced cellular telemetry to securely deliver customer data
Water Quality Monitoring - Smart digital sensors to continually measure residual chlorine, turbidity, pH, conductivity, dissolved oxygen temperature and more
Cartoon courtesy of the World Bank (Water & Sanitation Sector)