Melbourne Water has developed a pipe protection and air monitoring device to help protect its infrastructure network and provide information on air quality. Developed in collaboration with the Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) and Green Technology Services, the device is Internet-of-Things-enabled and has the ability to alert Melbourne Water to any corrosion in its pipes … Continue reading Melbourne Water to install IoT devices for pipe protection and air monitoring
Australian water utilities are developing smart sensing projects in condition assessment and leak detection to prevent breaks in critical water pipe infrastructure. Co-ordinated by the NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN), the collaboration brings together several research universities together with key water utilities in five sub-projects: Quantum sensing, distributed in-pipe sensing, advanced acoustic and pressure transient … Continue reading NSSN partnering with universities and water utilities in advanced leak detection research
Computer-generated frequencies are being used to alter the composition of water to improve quality and eliminate scaling.
Plug-Up isolation plugs from 1300 Inflate are specifically recommended for industrial settings when there is a need to isolate a pipe or duct from potential contamination.
When arsenic levels in the drinking water supply for the Far North Queensland town of Chillagoe were found to exceed recommended levels, it was clear a failsafe solution was needed.
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Emerson Process Management has introduced their next generation flow computer family consisting of both single and dual meter run gas flow computers.