A connected network monitoring system is used to identify leaky sections using prelocators, which are either stationary or can be moved from section to section as part of a leak detection campaign.
A discharge detector is installed on fire hydrants; this continuously monitors their operation and alerts the operator in real-time of the opening and closing of a hydrant and accurately estimates both length of use and consumption volume.
A flow rate and consumption recorder is linked to the pulse output of a meter installed on the network, and is used to monitor and detect any consumption that does not fit standard profiles (hourly profiles, day and night).
Warning and monitoring stations
Warning and monitoring stations are located on rivers upstream of drinking water treatment plants to continuously monitor changes in the quality of the resource. They detect the risk of pollution, for both raw water and wastewater through continuously physicochemical analyzes.
SADE provides design, construction and maintenance of warning and monitoring stations.
Its services include:
• the draft,
• the construction of the water intake in the river,
• the execution of civil works and VRD,
• all equipments (equipment room, networks, analyzers, automation, monitoring systems),
• the commissioning of the station,
• the training of the operator,
• the maintenance of the installation.
With the construction of warning and monitoring stations, SADE fits into a sustainable development policy.