As the water industry evolves so too does the technology and tools available to assist in helping water boards and councils in making informed decisions. Saving time, money and reducing unnecessary labour.
By embracing advancements in technology through smart tools and solutions to better manage valve maintenance procedures leads to improved efficiency and safety.
To remain efficient, it’s important to continue adopting proactive measures and utilise the latest in technology and smart equipment. These smart water networks that allow you to control valves securely from your central office such as Wireless Remote Valve Actuators which make your valve maintenance program safer, smarter and more secure.
By using smart technology and devices allow you to collect important data that can inform future maintenance events or streamline your smart water network. Wireless monitoring systems are also easier to engineer and install than wired, thanks to the simplicity of the design and the need for fewer parts.
At Valvemax, we partner to provide quality, controlled water with smart and integrated tools and turnkey solutions.
Embrace new technology in Valve Maintenance
Through advancements in technology, water boards and councils can now collect vast amounts of information regarding valve operations. This helps to understand how flow conditions affect valve performance and provides valve maintenance-related metrics. Using this approach enhances the accuracy of maintenance and enables water boards and councils to have better control of operational costs.
Valvemax offer the latest in technology to make valve maintenance as efficient as possible and for you to establish a smart water network of the future. Tools such as the TC-100 Wachs Tablet Controller when combined with the Wachs ERV-750 provide a new, safer and smarter way of controlling valves.
These tools and devices include:
- Wireless Remote Valve Actuators
- AIG Handheld Valve Actuator
- ERV-750 (Pictured in use on the Compact Valve Maintenance Trailer)
These devices provide precise data allowing you to make informed decisions on planning and scheduling for future maintenance activities.
Invest In Smart Technologies to Create Smart Water Networks
With the use of smart technology and by investing in smart water networks, water boards and councils can better manage workflows and improve the quality and processes of valve maintenance, putting you in control.
The key benefit is that most of these tools are compatible with mobile devices and can work with other technologies to update records remotely. A wireless network makes it possible to monitor all types of valves in the network and deliver comprehensive data relating to valve performance and status.
The future looks bright
Through smart water technology, councils are now advancing and embracing the use of technology to be able to solve potential issues and use data to inform future maintenance events.
These technologies collect massive amounts of data that can reshape the direction of your water network, leading to better maintenance of valves and identify early signs of failures, avoiding costly damages and repairs. The advancements in wireless technologies and smart water networks offer a means to monitor more valves than ever before in real time and in different types of conditions.
At Valvemax, we provide smart solutions and services, including training, to help organisations improve process and performance. Through significant improvements in technology, the future of technology in the water industry looks bright.
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