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Leak Detection & Water Consumption
Leak Detection Systems
Leaks in water mains supply to buildings, user negligence (e.g. running taps and poorly managed irrigation) and malfunctioning equipment (e.g. leaking toilets and geyser failure) account for a significant portion of water loss. Leak detection and water management systems automatically detect leakages and cut off the water supply once a leak is detected, with immediate feedback to the user through wireless remote, or web-based systems.
Water-on-demand systems are also available. This water-saving system is activated by motion sensors that are installed in restrooms. The sensors are connected to a solenoid valve on the incoming water line. When motion in a room is detected, a valve opens and allows water to flow to the taps for a pre-set time, typically 10 minutes. Each time it detects motion the 10-minute timer is reset.
Water Flow Meters
Existing or new water meters are connected to GSM-based data loggers to monitor water consumption and flow rate. The data is presented on a secure management platform (computer-based, also available as an App). The management systems are normally installed together with leak detection systems. The water management systems have specific advantages:
• Ability to monitor separate users of water (facilities, toilets, kitchens,
• Management of high consumers / areas
• Data is stored and available on demand
• Automated flow and consumption alarms can be installed for early warning leak detection
• Easy reconciliation with municipal accounts
WHAT THEY SAY...
What are our clients are saying about us?
''Baie dankie. Die manne is klaar. Werk professional en uitmunted en netjies. Spesiale dank aan Frans, Helgaard, Bruce en ander.''
Our Rain Water Harvesting System operating very well thanks - our monthly (municipal) water consumption has dropped from 37 m3 before installation to 16 m3 after installation - last 3 months consumption has been 8 m3 (July), 5 m3 (Aug) + 0 m3 (Sept) so all good!
The quality of the water is SA is likely to continue to deteriorate and the costs will escalate as we have seen with electricity. Being self-sufficient is the only option and remarkable rewarding.