HWM Managing to Manage Water Better
21 May 2008, News release from Halma Water Management
Progress in Technology to Detect and Locate Leaks
In the fight against unnecessary and costly water leakage, technology is almost certainly the most effective weapon at our disposal. Several recent and emerging developments are showing a great deal of promise in not only winning the war, but by actually changing the way in which it is fought.
PermaNet is a new system designed to provide a constant and inescapable net to catch leaks in a water network. After installing permanent Permalog+ dataloggers along with PermaNet transmitters at various points throughout the network, notifications about leak location and size can be immediately sent to a central computer for exceptional response times and efficiency.
Once the local area has been identified, the new MicroCALL+ digital correlator takes the guesswork out of pinpointing the leak. A complete array of preset filters work with three outstation measurement and automatic velocity verification to provide highly accurate readings regardless of pipe type. This easy efficiency reduces the incidence of 'dry holes' and speeds up the process of leak finding.
Halma Water Management is always looking out for potential avenues of advancement for their water management technology. By developing close links with water industry professionals and listening to feedback from their customers, the company is able to make the changes and improvements to its products that are actually wanted and needed by those who use them. These are just two examples from HWM's range; for more information on other products and services please visit their website at www.hwm-water.com.
For further information please email Halma Water Management