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WES monitors and dynamically optimizes pressure and flow levels within water networks, reducing losses and increasing efficiency.

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Water distribution networks

  • Within urban areas, drinking water is distributed through pipe networks. Every building or facility is connected to the public network operated by water utilities

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  • For the water to flow to every distant corner, it is pumped at high pressures through the network

  • Water loss is directly related to operating pressure levels of each network

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  • Most urban networks operate at constant high pressure conditions in order to ensure drinking water provision when demand peaks

  • Nevertheless, the fact is that besides this short “water peaks”, pressure levels are overestimated compared to actual demand

  • Besides pressure, water networks suffer from multiple stress factors such as: corrosion, earthquakes, inadecuate water ussage, metarial fatigue, etc.

  • This stress is constant in time and very difficult to prevent and detect

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  • Because of this, water networks experience losses throughout the its whole extension and not only at endpoints (ie. water faucets; sprinklers)

  • WES is a cleantech solution, designed to provide efficiency within pressurized water distribution networks

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WES systems

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  • WES optimizes pressure and flow within networks, modulating them according to effective water demand

  • By doing this, WES reduces losses and optimizes water discharges, generating efficiency.

  • WES provides 24/7 monitoring capacity, delivering real-time information and alerts. Thus, becoming a highly effective tool for sustainable water management

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  • WES clients are able to generate important savings, both in water consumption and billing

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