What is Pressure?
Pressure is needed to get water into homes, businesses and local public services, regardless of whether the buildings are on lower or higher ground.
Pressure monitoring helps to identify and detect leakages and bursts within networks and monitors the effectiveness of operational changes, by and controlling water consumption through pressure management.
Pressure increases can change the flow of water within the network of pipes and may temporarily affect water quality, causing rust and sediment to break off from aging water mains and pipes, releasing metals into the water. Iron in water is not a health risk but it can cause discolored water, which often results in complaints and fines. Applying the right amount of water, at the right time and in the right way is also essential for water conservation.
ATi offers the latest intelligent, digital Pressure M-Node sensor as part of our unique smart water quality range of solutions, delivering industry-leading continuous, real-time and accurate data to allow the proactive management of networked water systems.
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