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Leak Detection

Pipeline leak detection includes hydrostatic test after pipeline erection and leak detection during service.

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Leak Detection

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  1. Leak Detection

  2. Pipeline leak detection includes hydrostatic test after pipeline erection and leak detection during service. Leaking water pipes can occur almost anywhere -  from within the newest homes, to the smallest gardens and the tallest buildings. Leaks can be extremely wasteful and costly. Regularly checking taps, pipes and fittings around your property could save our precious water and your precious money!

  3. Why Do We Need Water Leak Detection Service Water tickling from pipeline systems is a common problem faced by residential and commercial building owners. Leaking in the early stage itself can prevent major problems. It can help not only in saving the utility bill, but also in preventing mishaps. Some of the areas in a commercial building that should be checked for leak include- Swimming pool - Leaks can happen in swimming pool due to various reasons such as humidity, wind and air as well as water temperature.

  4. Plumbing - Most of the pipes and valves will be behind the walls, under concrete slabs or basements. In normal cases, people will find out leaks only when the water starts following through visible areas. Sewage and drainage leakage - Leak in sewage and drainage tanks can pollute the entire atmosphere. A small crack is enough to contaminate the whole surrounding. They can swiftly detect such leaks and fix the problem immediately.

  5. How to Detect a Water Leak ? • Your water meter can be a valuable tool in detecting water leaks in and around your home. Make sure no water is running. • Turn off all faucets and water-consuming appliances - including your automatic ice maker and your evaporative cooler. • Read your water meter. Write down the current reading including tenths of a cubic foot or mark your meter with a felt pen over the needle. • Read the meter again after 10 to 15 minutes. If the meter reading has changed, or the needle has moved, you have a leak.

  6. One of the most effective ways to detect leaks is by keeping an eye on your water bills. If you find any uneven rise in the water bills then you should call a water leak detection company. One of the most effective ways to detect water leaks is to by checking water pressure of the main pipeline. A pin size hole in the main line can lead to significant decrease in water pressure. Therefore, if you notice any such thing then you should call a leak detection company.

  7. footprint is a complete online water and energy monitoring solution designed to help your business minimise and control water and energy consumption. Our trade waste monitoring and reporting service is a key feature of our footprint solution-which means you have access to a complete, fully integrated monitoring and control solution at your fingertips. You can monitor and manage parameters such as flow, pH, EC and temperature to achieve regulatory compliance and most importantly minimize environmental impact such as spills or bursts.

  8. Footprint Leak Detection's expert technicians use non-invasive leak detection equipment to accurately locate leaks to save water, money and avoid unnecessary property damage. We are the world leader in the accurate, non-destructive detection of all leaks including hidden water, sewer and gas leaks. Technicians can determine the location of a leak by electronically locating the damaged source. footprint is at the forefront of new technology working with many manufacturers and universities in the development of new technology for leak detection

  9. Address: 20 Corporate Drive Heatherton 3202 Melways reference: MAP 78, D9 Australia Phone : 1300 643 711 Fax : 03 8560 2001 Email : info@iota.net.au Website: www.iota-footprint.com.au

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