Digital Water Transmitters

Oct. 13, 2020

The purpose of a water distribution network is to supply the users with water demanded and to supply this water with adequate pressure under various loading conditions. Continuous flow measurement is paramount to enable effective construction and calibration of network model. The flow data into and out of each zone provides utilities detailed understanding of per capita demand and over time information of growth of demand and also leakage.

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