JD7 continues to win projects in the Asia region

JD7 has been awarded a contract to survey large diameter mains in the city of Jakarta (Indonesia) the project starts mid June and will be using the JD7 LDS1000 portable system – results will be published in the next news letter.

The LDS1000 system was chosen as the preferred technology due to the ability to maximise distance under low flows and to locate/pinpoint leaks using the very sensitive hydrophone in the low pressure situations.

For more information please contact Stuart Hamilton Stuart@JD7.co.uk

JD7 in Athens

JD7 have recently finished a project for EYDAP Water in Athens Greece. 15km of transmission mains were surveyed in the city centre which proved challenging due to the busy city and narrow streets.

The surveys were possible due to the portable JD7 LDS1000 system that is battery driven and can conduct several Km of survey on a single charge – another benefit was the silent running of the technology enabling work to be conducted in the early hours.

The LDS1000 with its high quality camera and acoustics found several leaks all of which were excavated and confirmed on the day where the location was very accurately confirmed by the powerful sonde located in the camera & acoustic head ensuring minimal excavation size.

For more information please contact Stuart Hamilton Stuart@JD7.co.uk