ATi Joins Forces with Langham and Caption Data for ‘Better Control’ in Water Networks
May 06 2017 Read 1060 Times
Langham Industrial Controls Ltd (LIC), ATi and Caption Data have joined forces to offer water companies 'better control' when maintaining water networks.
This new partnership has created huge benefits as now flow, pressure AND turbidity can be used to control how much water is used during a mains flush, whilst also measuring water quality.
Since its 2014 launch, the NephNet has proven to be the industry’s most accurate and reliable portable turbidity monitor. Several water companies have used this new technology to improve their systems, prove the flushing is effective and to speed up the process, which saves money, time, and of course water.
Some time ago, LIC took the step to make their standpipes 'NephNet ready', so now there is communication with the flow and pressure loggers on the standpipes, the turbidity reading can be shown with all three parameters being demonstrated.
ATi’s UK Sales Manager, Tristen Preger, said: “ATi strives to continue developing what the market demands, which is has been proven with the NephNet.
“Our continual development of our ground-breaking network monitors is born from our desire to work closely with our customers, providing solutions that help improve water quality, drive down complaints, increase credit ratings and result in proactive network management to safeguard water quality.”
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