Case Studies

  • Impressive performance for iQuarius™ as an immediate response to C-19 Operational limitations in the UK: 30 inexperienced sources have been trained in 2 weeks to operate a comprehensive mobile leak survey in which over 1,500 verified leaks were detected during 18 weeks

    A new Case Study from our UK partner Aqualogic (WC) Ltd following a satisfied leak detection project with Welsh Water showing a 47% reduction in survey times along with a nearing 50% conversion rate from points of interest to converted leakage.

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  • A Successful Leak Detection Pilot in Italy: 20 leaks found in Brescia's Water Pipeline; Aquarius to provide A2A with 235 acoustic sensors

    Founded in 2008, A2A S.p.A. is considered the biggest multi-utility in Italy with more than 12,000 employees, operates more than 3,000 kilometer of iron water pipes. As part of A2A intensive efforts to increase their efficiency, they have looked for advanced technologies that will enable them to reduce their water loss and energy costs. During September 2019, the company initiated a leak detection pilot with Aquarius which was carried out in Brescia City. In total, 20 leaks have been verified and fixed in just a few months. Thanks to the successful pilot, the utility has purchased 235 AQS acoustic sensors that will allow it to continue monitoring the current area and to expand to additional areas.

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  • Suez New-Jersey – More than 1 billion gallons of water savings

    Advances in leak detection technology.

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  • Successful Detection of an Hidden Leak on a PVC Line Using Aquarius' Fixed Acoustic Sensors in Arlington

    The Water and Sewer Corporation in Arlington, Texas, is responsible for 1,440 miles of water pipes serving more than 398,112 residents. In the past few years, Arlington has made significant improvements to limit water loss due to main breaks and unauthorized consumption. The water loss dropped from 12.75% in 2014 to 8.25 % in 2019.

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  • Water Leak Detection in a challenging PVC piping: A successful Pilot in Key West Florida

    Founded in 1937, the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority (FKAA) is the sole provider of potable water for all of the residents of the Florida Keys and presently serves more than 44,000 customers within Monroe County.

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  • 20% decrease in hagihon's NRW & continuous decline in pipe bursts

    Results from a recent study by HaGihon indicate a substantial improvement in NRW (Non-Revenue-Water) in the DMAs in which Aquarius Spectrum’s system was installed and continuously operated during a period of two years (2014-2015). NRW was reduced in those neighborhoods by 20%, mainly due to locating and fixing hidden leaks and repairing malfunctioning equipment located by Aquarius. In addition, there is a clear trend of a yearly decline in the number of water pipe bursts.

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  • Significant MNF reduction in Cardiff DMA - Welsh Case study

    In 2015, Welsh Water reported approximately 25% NRW in its operations. The leak detection methodology used to fight leaks was the traditional boots on the ground, which is known to be non-cost-effective as it is labor intensive and takes time to be completed in medium-large sized networks.

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