EchoShore, transmission main monitoring system is designed to monitor critical . The EchoShore system is based on proven leak detection technology, which has been used to survey thousands of miles of water mains, successfully locating leaks of all sizes.
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Watch a demonstration of EchoShore, 24/7 advanced transmission main monitoring system. 24/7 critical pipeline monitoring mitigates catastrophic failures. The EchoShore system is based on proven LeakFinderRT technology, which has been used by Echologics to survey thousands of miles of mains, successfully locating hundreds of leaks.
Watch Mark Loveday, Manager, European Region and Mark Nicol, Business Development Manager - Asia Pacific answer questions at the 2014 AIDF Water Security Summit.
Echologics Critical Transmission Main Monitoring Innovation in Leak Detection Leak detection is core to an effective asset management strategy for in-ground assets. To properly manage risks, asset managers need to match their leak detection approach to the criticality of the pipelines. When a point-in-time snapshot of the system is required, the best approach is to leverage an expert leak detection ...
New Jersey American Water leverages advanced acoustic-based technology from Echologics to non-invasively detect leaks and measure the remaining wall thickness of it transmission and distribution mains.
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A major challenge facing water utilities and municipalities is reducing NRW. Essentially, NRW is the difference between the volume of water supplied to a system and the volume of water that is billed to its consumers. Marc Bracken, Vice President and General Manager of Echologics, and Matt Thomas, Vice President of Mueller Systems, discuss NRW and how utilities can reduce ...
Do you know where your water is going? Watch as Echologics demonstrates its completely non-invasive and acoustic-based leak detection and pipe condition assessment technology for D.C. Water.
Water isn’t just water. It is dwindling and wasting. But how can you save it if you can’t find it? The City of New Orleans is making the Smart Move® by using Echologics’ acoustic technology for leak detection in pipes to find and fix locations where the city is losing non-revenue water.
Marc Bracken, vice president and general manager of Echologics, discusses Echologics’ latest non-invasive leak detection and pipe condition assessment developments on camera with NASTT at the 2011 No Dig Show in Washington, D.C.
Las Vegas has a very pro-active asset management program. They use the LeakFinderRT for locating leaks and determining the condition of the pipe. Echologics was recently featured in the news in Las Vegas when a sinkhole was formed.
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