What we do

Our innovative stand-alone Electronic Leak Detection Systems (ELDS) to allow clients to self-monitor and ensure the integrity of their water storage facilities. Our ELDS can also record complementary information about stored water such as quality and levels, to ensure you have all relevant information about your site. This information can be vital for isolated or remotely monitored sites.

  • High performance and quality

    The high performance and quality of our systems is demonstrated and assured through stringent testing to international ASTM standards. We’ve also made modifications to ASTM testing standards to achieve reliable performance to high standards.

  • Automated, stand-alone design

    Our ELDS are designed to be automated and stand-alone. This means our systems can be retrofitted to existing ponds and do not require additional utilities or personnel to process and interpret results for client use. Each system is configured to sense for leaks automatically at a desired frequency and may also be activated manually remotely or at the control panel, allowing you to identify, respond to and find cause for leaks almost as they occur.

For more information on our innovative ELDS, contact Liquid Integrity Systems today on +61 8 8371 0200.

Meet the Team

Liquid Integrity Systems has been created after efficiently proving a design for a permanent leak detection system. The company was formed in 2012 and has successfully installed a number of systems in the Oil and Gas sector. It is an innovative system designed in house and unique in Australia.

Simon Mann
Managing Director

Simon has an honours degree in geophysics as well as an environmental science degree with emphasis on hydrology.

His main area of interest is the application of electrical geophysical methods to exploration and environmental problems.

With several years experience as Managing Geophysicist with Zonge Engineering Australia he has developed experience in technical development, project design and planning as well as business and safety improvement strategies.

Kelly Keates

Kelly completed a BA at University of Adelaide and went on to work as an underground geological assistant at Olympic Dam for Western Mining. Kelly is also Managing Director for Zonge Engineering Australia who have provided electrical geophysical services within Australia and internationally for over 30 years. Kelly is a Corporate member of the ASEG, and ERBA. Kelly is also a member of EBA, ERBA and AICD as well as committee member of ILFGN and GGSSA.  In 2012 she was recipient of Industry Leaders Fund Grant for Leadership Best Practices Program at Harvard Business School and AICD scholarship award for Company Directors Course.

Mark Thompson
Business Development Manager

Mark is a customer-focused and technically astute professional, who possesses extensive experience within the renewable energy industry, as well as an extensive military career within the RAAF. Mark completed a bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) at RMIT and subsequently a postgraduate diploma in Energy Studies at Murdoch University. Mark has a track record of success in the management of large assets within Australia, New Zealand, Asia, China and the Middle East. Skilled in analysis and critical thinking Mark is particularly adept at diagnosing client problems and finding solutions for project risk reduction.

Call us today on +61 8 8371 0200 to discuss how we can develop a tailored Electronic Leak Detection solution for your business.