Detecting Water Leaks

Water leaks on site can cause damage and an unnecessary waste of resources. It is essential that sites have measures in place to prevent and minimise the risk of leaks.

See the examples below for how this company addressed the problem:

  • Adapted domestic engineering technology onto a larger scale by introducing systems that monitor water pressure in newly charged systems.
  • The monitoring will detect small changes in pressure and, if these occur, will shut down the section automatically using motorised valves.
  • Text alerts are then sent to specified personnel.
  • This system means that leaks are stopped as soon as they occur, therefore limiting damage and loss of water.

This system ensures that water pressure is closely monitored and a leak will be stopped immediately.

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Company Monitor report. Redmond Group Ltd. September 2016.


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