The university has incorporated the company’s Precision Mapping Solutions™ into its engineering curriculums.
Electro Scan’s water and sewer leak detection solution has been recognised as the ‘Leak Detection Solution of the Year’ for 2021 by IoT Breakthrough.
C J Kelly advised the project contractor, Fastflow, on the most effective means of clearing pipeline deposits.
The Fifth Annual Cured-In-Place Pipe Survey highlights how Electro Scan technology can help find leaks.
The CON-149 emergency rehabilitation of the Northwest Interceptor – located in Detroit, Michigan, US – has been recognised by Water Waste Digest as one of the Top Projects in 2020.
Electro Scan’s machine-intelligent Multi-Sensor Water Leak Detection Probe has won the Water Dragons competition – a venue where cutting-edge utilities products are showcased.
The utility company has adopted machine-intelligent FELL technology to locate, quantify, and document pipe defects in Alabama, US.
Electro Scan’s leak detection technology will be used to pinpoint leak locations and defect flow rates in one of the UK’s water utility companies.
Using CCTV assessment and CIP UV liner, Wilmot has successfully completed the relining of three stormwater pipelines in New South Wales, Australia.
The recently installed leachate collection pipes have been discovered as defective by the company’s FELL technology. Such conditions can contaminate groundwater aquifers.
The company has been announced as Sacramento, California’s number one Tech Start-Up as a result of its award-winning inspection and rehabilitation technology.
The company has recently welcomed a fleet of new high-specification vehicles, including a van for trenchless pipe relining and three CCTV units.