ATi Joins Forces With Langham and Caption Data for ‘Better Control’ in Water Networks
Jan 19 2018 Read 589 Times
Langham Industrial Controls Ltd (LIC), ATi and Caption Data have joined forces to offer water companies better monitoring and control when flushing and maintaining water networks.
LIC are experts in manufacturing stand pipes using the ABB Aquamaster series flow and pressure loggers; ATi are specialist electrochemical sensor manufacturers for water quality; while Caption Data specialise in ‘Internet of Things’ remote monitoring systems. Together they have joined forces to offer flushing teams 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 the water quality.
Flushing teams are now able to monitor ‘live data’ coming from the NephNet, whilst storing and saving data onto a secure cloud-based website, which allows reporting and sends email and text alarms when needed. The fact that continuous turbidity is being displayed also allows for water and time savings.
With LIC suppling almost all UK water companies with their stand pipes, they understand the value in measuring continuous turbidity, therefore they now make all their stand pipes ‘NephNet ready’. This means that customers now have communication with the flow and pressure loggers on the standpipes, the turbidity reading can be shown with all three parameters being demonstrated and then logged for a better understanding of how much water is used and how the turbidity reduces during a flush.
ATi’s UK Sales Manager, Tristen Preger, said: “Several water companies have been using the NephNet technology to improve their own systems, prove the flushing has been effective and to speed up the process, which saves money, time, and of course water.
This is turn is helping to improve water quality, drive down complaints, increase credit ratings and results in proactive network management to safeguard water quality.”
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