Using the latest tools and exclusive technology Leaktech have again demonstrated our commitment to excellence, expertise, capabilities, and overall knowledge within all aspects of Leak Detection across various water mains, piping networks and facilities around Queensland.
So far this financial year (3.5 months), Leaktech have completed Leakage Surveys on approximately 850km of Pipeline, network and at various facilities across different suburbs of Queensland which have resulted in locating a staggering water loss of 500 litres per minute which equates to 259,200 Kilolitres per year of treated water with an approximate retail dollar value of $795,270.00.
This concluded as a worthwhile exercise. These figures only represent leakage survey works and do not include our general day to day Leak Detection works completed by our trained technicians for various businesses/households.
Both internal and external water loss across all regions of Queensland continues to be an ongoing issue especially in these current dryer times. Leaktech’s technicians have the training, knowledge and technology to detect even the smallest leaks within the industry, which still account for a substantial dollar value over time if undetected.
Queensland is currently approaching drought yet again as dam levels drop further week by week. It is now more important than ever to ensure that there are no hidden or concealed leaks on properties you control (domestic and commercial).
This week is National Water Week (19 – 23rd October) which is organised by the Australian Water Association and is aimed at highlighting the importance of this resource now and into the future.
If for any reason you suspect a leak on your property, there are several methods which can be used to check for leaks. Leaktech’s friendly team can discuss the most suitable approach to detect the leakage. All leaks if undetected at their early stages can cost thousands of dollars in water loss over time and any severe repair works can add to that cost. These costs can be avoided.
Remember water is abrasive. A small leak quickly becomes a costly nightmare. Call the only Australian business with 32 plus years of exclusive water leak detection experience.
With regards to the dam levels, please refer to the SEQ Water link below:
Additional useful links are Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) water usage tips and the Australian Water usage Association for Water Night planned Thursday 22nd October 2020.