The AQUATRACER 300 supersedes the AQUATRACER 200 and brings improvements in key areas: it boasts a strong 10 Watt transmitter (vs. 1W and 5W of the AT200) and both the transmitter and the receiver have rechargeable batteries. Optional accessories include rigid and flexible inductive couplers and two types of sondes, as well as traceable rod.
A focused approach to action On March 27, 2019, the City of Hamilton joined another 490 Canadian municipalities, declaring a climate change emergency that threatens cities, regions, provinces, nations and the world at large. In doing so, the city has joined forces with an international movement to take action now. As a part of the… Read More »
Gutermann today announced that Uri Gutermann has assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer of the Gutermann Group effective 1st January 2020. Uri is part of the family company‘s third generation. He joined Gutermann in 2011 as the group’s CFO, head of business development and company chairman. Uri holds a Master’s degree in business from… Read More »
ZONESCAN NB-IoT is the world’s first NB-IoT leak logger. It was officially launched on 4th December 2019, on the first World Water Loss Day which was initiated by Gutermann and the IWA Water Loss Specialist Group and endorsed by the large industry associations IWA and AWWA. NB-IoT is a new cellular communication standard optimised for… Read More »
Leak detection teams using the AQUASCAN TM2 tunk main correlator located one of the largest leaks ever to be found and repaired in the history of Thames Water: 3 million litres per day. The water escaping from the 16-inch cast iron pipe buried 2.5 metres beneath Guildford Street near the Great Ormond Street Hospital was… Read More »