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Our Water Detection Equipment / Methods

Our experience has taught us where to look and what to look and listen for to pin-point the source of the problem, but we also have the following equipment to help us be as accurate as possible.

Tracer Gas

For finding leaks in marsh gas pipelines, we have found that tracer gas is the most proven method when used in conjunction with electronic gas tracing equipment.

Our gas tracer equipment is precise with a quick response time, detecting even the smallest leaks quickly and effectively.

The tracer gas itself has a low molecular weight and structure, and can quickly and easily penetrate any type of covering material, such as concrete, tar or even tiles. This allows our tracing equipment to quickly uncover the leak as it flows up from the source.

All we need to do is to fill the pipeline with the tracer gas, and locate it on the surface with our equipment as it escapes from the leak.

Acoustic Point Locator:

This outstanding piece of leak detection hardware has some unique features to further increase our leak detection efficiency:

  • See and hear leaks with DSA-technology;
  • Specialised line detection mode that makes line detection of plastic pipes in combination with a RSP3 or PWG easier;
  • Frequency analysis with filter settings for reduction of ambient noise;
  • Perfect sound quality to find even the smallest of leaks;
  • Histograph measurements to identify leaks graphically;
  • Noise logger function in order to confirm the leak;
  • Modern LCD-Display.

Cable/Pipe Locator System:

This system is a utility location system used to locate and trace pipe networks and cable runs. Simple and fast to operate, this efficient system also has features designed to avoid any potentially dangerous services, such as power cables.

The system works much like the signal meter on a mobile phone, with the operator receiving both an audio signal and visual cues of the signal level received at all times, including a maximum signal marker.