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PERMANENT LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM

Design, manufacture, installation & monitoring

ALWAYS CONNECTED

Our Wireless solar powered system provides redundant reporting without the hassle! Installation will not affect existing infrastructures.

EXTENSIVE REPORTING

Receive emails daily reporting not just leaks but also pond telemetry including temperature, depth and salinity.

ON-GOING MONITORING

Large facility liquid waste leak detection which detects leaks as they happen.

A tailored solution to leak detection

Preventing leakage of fluids into the environment is critical when it comes to storing large amounts of process water or liquid waste.

At Liquid Integrity Systems, we specialise in Electronic Leak Detection systems (ELDS) systems that allow clients to self-monitor and ensure the integrity of their water storage facilities. As a privately owned, Australian company, we provide large scale water storage monitoring systems to clients in a range of different industries, including oil, gas and mining.

We undertake design, manufacture, installation and management of pond monitoring systems on a site by site basis. As each site is unique, all hardware design and operation is tailored to fit the site and the needs of our clients.

  • Large facility liquid waste leak detection

  • On-going facility monitoring

  • Leaks detected as they happen and updates emailed daily

  • Wireless solar powered system

  • Pond telemetry including temperature, depth and salinity

To find out how Liquid Integrity Systems can help you, contact us today on +61 8 8371 0200.

EXTENSIVE RESEARCH AND CASE STUDIES AVAILABLE

Our case study shows a direct correlation between the system detected leaks and external monitoring companies results. It demonstrates the effectiveness of remote, wireless alert systems compared to previous industry standards. The benefits of immediate notification have been recognised nation-wide.

IN THE MEDIA

Leak detecting system is dam good idea

The Lead, South Australia – 15th of June, 2016

A mining service exploration company looking for new revenue streams to help it survive an industry downturn in Australia has developed a device for detecting leaks in holding ponds.

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Over 35 years experience in Australian mining and geophysical industries.