Gutermann is pleased to announce that, effective 14th of March 2022, Bernhard Doll has joined Gutermann as Chief Commercial Officer, to lead the company into the next stage of growth and expansion in close concert with the CEO and the senior executive team, coordinating the overall global commercial strategy. With a background in Applied Sciences… Read More »
(December 2021) In an attempt to bring down the City’s unaccounted for water, The City of DuBois came up with a plan: implement a proactive approach to finding leaks. Exeter Supply Inc. and Gutermann Inc. teamed up with the city to offer solutions. Together, they decided to deploy Gutermann ZONESCAN Loggers at predetermined locations throughout… Read More »
In the fall of 2021, the City of Splendora, Texas Utility Department was struggling with their unaccounted for water loss of 30%, an amount that put a significant strain on their revenues. Unsuccessful attempts to drive down their losses with usual methods led the city to look for specialized help. Enter: SAMCO Leak Detection. Following SAMCO’s… Read More »
Throughout the fiscal year July 2019 to June 2020 the City of Logan just outside of Brisbane on Australia’s East Coast found and repaired a total of 154 water main leaks, breaks, and bursts throughout their 2293 km water system – a result of 145 leak detection surveys with ZONESCAN 820 Lift & Shift loggers…. Read More »
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.