Smart Water Solutions

Online monitoring of drinking water networks

The prevention of risks, our drinking water networks are exposed to every day, is part of the focus of smart water solutions. Whether it is the risk from accidental discharges or the threat from intentional discharges, major cities rely on real-time drinking water monitoring systems from Hydroquo+.

Our pipe monitoring equipment is easy to use and operate. It can be installed in only 30 minutes in any pipeline without interruption of service. The optical technology used provides the most accurate measurements and it is extremely reliable and stable over time.

Therefore, it is perfectly suitable for automated monitoring of large water distribution networks with a focus on water protection and security. As Hydroquo+ products are very sensitive to detect any contamination in real-time, they are especially suitable for control systems and enable a quick response.

Event Detection System: analysis tool identifies unknown and unusual conditions and enables operators to react in a timely manner to faults in the monitored system, determines the normality of this data, and triggers an alarm when a significant deviation from the norm is detected.

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 Monitoring of raw water and intake

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Spring monitoring

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Monitoring, operation and control of the treatment plant

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Monitoring of distribution network

Waste Water Monitoring

Applications from water intake to tap

The main goal of collecting and treating various waste waters is the reduction of the pollutant load released into natural waters. This task has to fulfill various guidelines that are defined in official emission and immission regulations.

A further goal is to keep the costs associated with waste water collection and treatment as low as possible. Because of the continuous efforts to improve the quality of natural waters and the permanent efforts to optimize the efficiency of waste water treatment, the requirements for process technology and for quality control of emissions are ever increasing.

Therefore, reliable monitoring stations that provide continuous data in real time are an essential component in waste water treatment – both for the dynamic process control as well as for continuous monitoring of the discharged water.

In management of municipal as well as industrial waste waters, Hydroquo monitoring stations have been in use for many years. Their technological and methodological quality standards have set new boundaries in regards to measurement performance and have often opened up completely new opportunities for wastewater treatment.

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Monitoring of municipal and industrial waste water & sewer monitoring

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Monitoring of WWTP influent

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Optimisation of aeration & process optimisation

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Monitoring of WWTP effluent