pipe::scan - the new sensor system for distribution network monitoring
Jun 13 2018 Read 862 Times
PMA brings a revolutionary new approach to water quality network monitoring to the UK. pipe::scan is a multiple sensor system from s::can that can measure up to ten key water quality parameters in pipe and in a network under pressure. Completely modular and configurable, the system enables measurement of pH, chlorine, turbidity, colour, UV254, conductivity, temperature and more in pipes with a pressure up to 10bar.
The real time data can be transmitted to any central database using almost any communication protocol using the revolutionary concube controller. So installation of multiple systems enables true visibility on water quality throughout a distribution network.
The pipe::scan has been designed to be completely flow independent, even when water is stagnant in the pipe and can be maintained without disrupting the flow or pressure in the pipe. With nothing protruding into the pipe itself and built in auto cleaning, the system is designed to be minimal in terms of maintenance and servicing requirements, crucial for use in a network.
The adoption of a multiparameter sensor system in a distribution network offers utilities a key potential tool in reducing complaints associated with high colour and turbidity, as well as ensuring disinfection is occurring all the way to the consumers tap. By monitoring organics, key insights into potential THM hotspots could also be realised. Only pipe::scan can do all this.
Discover more about pipe::scan here.
Find out more about how pipe::scan measures organics and colour using the revolutionary i::scan sensor.
Contact PMA for further information on s::can sensors and solutions.
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