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Seba KMT UK makes leak detection easy

Posted: Friday 23rd March 2007

Seba KMT UK is introducing a new product that will make the location and detection of leaks in mains water pipes easier, more reliable and more accurate than ever before.

Seba KMT UK will be revealing its new correlator P-200 at IWEX at the NEC. The company believes the new correlator will be a major step forward in leak detection efficiency due to its intelligent technology. The laptop correlator Correlux P-200 is used to pin-point exactly where the water leaks in pressurised water pipes are located. This will save contractors and water companies time and money in detection, but it will also help increase the rate of no-dig maintenance and renewal activity.

The latest and highly sophisticated correlation methods protect the user from wrong measurements and will therefore avoid digging up the UK’s roads and highways unnecessarily. The measurements are automatically validated giving the operator immediate assurance and it works on pipelines of all materials. It has already been in use in mainland Europe and tested with a number of major water suppliers. All the unique features point to the Correlux P-200 being probably one of the best correlators on the market.

“Detection of leaks is notoriously unreliable and the industry is always looking for ways to improve the current process,” said Mike Napper, managing director of Seba KMT UK. “We believe that with the new technology this system uses, the P-200 will be a major benefit to the UK water industry.”

Seba KMT UK is demonstrating the Correlux P-200 at stand N90 at IWEX, as part of Sustainability Live at the NEC, 1-3 May, 2007.




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