Ølgod Tekniske Værker

Measuring and Predicting Water Flows in Ølgod

Ølgod Tekniske Værker

"Aquis Water Network Management increases the safety of our consumers and ensures we have detailed information of the water quality we deliver. While it is not a must that we use Aquis Water Network Management, it is a huge advantage to have it.”  - Henrik Linding Jessen, Engineer, Ølgod Tekniske Værker.

Challenge

  • Detailed information about pressure, retention time and flow directions are important for water utilities in order to maintain and optimize a water distribution network. Visibility of Ølgod’s network was very limited, which meant it was difficult to scale the process equipment appropriately to optimize and develop the network.

Solution

  • Ølgod selected Aquis Water Network Management, a hydraulic modeling software, and now obtains accurate and timely information on water pressure, flow and direction in the network from Aquis Water Network Management. The advanced software is able to provide all the information needed in the daily operation as well as for any emergency situation.

Results

  • Ability to prioritize and take corrective actions to prevent or mitigate service disruptions
  • Ability to trace the source of contamination and determine how far the contamination has traveled in the network in the case of a pollution
  • Ability to identify which consumers are affected and provide immediate warning via SMS to them
  • Deliver water that meets required levels of services and maintain high safety margins for consumers
  • Planning of maintenance and expansion work on the water network is now easier and more economical

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