Learn about the latest projects, developments and contracts we have been involved in.
Detectronic GmbH was commissioned to install a sensor on the bridge in Neckarburken to record the water level of the Elz.
A UK water utility was looking to reduce sewer flooding and pollution events by monitoring known areas prone to incidents.
Temporary flow monitoring was required at several sites following a blow-out of mine water
We helped a channel partner provide a smart sewer network sensor to monitor levels under challenging conditions
A bakery was experiencing historic problems with consent on one of the two trade effluent channels on site and the local water authority was threatening legal action.
The Aeris Fusion IoT Network provides Detectronic with performance-optimised coverage from 600 carriers in 190 countries and end-to-end visibility and control over its entire connected operation.
We were commissioned by a UK Water Company to investigate infiltration and inflow entering the waste water sewer network.
The team here at Detectronic are supporting a leading UK bakery with its asset performance management.
We were commissioned to implement a flow survey at a housing development site
We designed and installed a primary flow structure to measure upland surface water runoff in Exmoor
We redesigned the approach channel flow straightener/baffle plate to accommodate the short approach length and improve normal velocity distribution
The community of Sonnen in Germany was having issues measuring flow rates with existing equipment. We installed an ORAKEL non contact flow meter.
A holiday park investing millions in a series of developments asked us to carry out two flow surveys to understand the hydrology of the site.
We used the ORAKEL TOF clamp on flow meter to monitor flow within the existing pipework ready for the installation of a new potable water pipe line
Commissioning a wastewater monitoring programme can be a significant investment and a long term project. We help water companies choose the right budget model for them.
A Detectronic ultrasonic clamp-on flowmeter installed at a food processing facility more than two decades ago has more than exceeded its life expectancy and has just been replaced with the new ORAKEL Time of Flight Monitor.
As part of its ongoing programme to prevent flooding and surcharging of manhole chambers, Sedgemoor Council has asked us to conduct a telemetry project to monitor the levels at various sites.
Since 2010, we have been delivering, installing and servicing sewer trench water levels and flow switches for Severn Trent Water. A three year extension to this contract has strengthened this relationship.
Following increases in production, a large pharmaceutical company in the UK was at risk of exceeding its limit for flow rate, daily volume and COD discharges.
Detectronic and Northumbrian Water have been working together for three decades, including collaborating on a trunk sewer project on Manly Beach, Australia.
We have been monitoring wastewater trade for a large poultry processor in the UK to help them better understand the impact of increased production on their trade effluent.
Detectronic has specified and installed an area velocity flow meter to ensure accurate and cost-effective wastewater monitoring in a pea processing facility in the UK.
We installed a cluster of level and flow monitoring equipment to help Severn Trent Water manage and help prevent sewage leaks at this site of special scientific interest
When a brewery asked a contractor to help them better understand their sewer network, they contacted us to help us with the technology and equipment for the monitoring project.
Twenty years after our first shipment of monitoring equipment for the sewage system to Vauxhall Motors, we have a maintenance contract to monitor ongoing wastewater monitoring.
The data and analysis provided by our monitors, rain gauges and data centers ensures that all existing and future SuDS can be successfully monitored to be reliable and effective
We delivered a flow survey of the foul sewer network at Manchester Airport to partially verify the site’s existing hydraulic model as part of the expansion of Terminal 2