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Supporting Sedgemoor Council

Flow monitoring project to deliver telemetry and log water levels As part of its ongoing programme to prevent flooding and surcharging of manhole chambers, Sedgemoor District Council has commissioned Detectronic to deliver a level monitoring telemetry project across a variety of different sites within the boundary …

New Cranswick Foods case study

Take a look at our latest case study from Cranswick Foods, which showcases a Detectronic monitor that exceeded its lifecycle expectancy by 10 years. The engineer was so impressed with the new ORAKEL system that he placed an order for the ORAKEL Time of Flight clamp …

Are you compliant?

If you’re a manufacturer, be it of cars, sausages, beer or paracetamol, irrespective of what you manufacture you will almost certainly be producing trade effluent. what is trade effluent? Trade effluent is classed as any effluent produced from a process or activity undertaken at an industrial …

Three year extension to framework contract

Flood and pollution prevention specialists, Detectronic, have been awarded a three-year extension to their framework contract with Severn Trent Water. After supplying, installing and maintaining wastewater network level and flow monitors for the water company starting in 2010 and continuing throughout AMP5 and into AMP6, Detectronic …

The impact of building houses on the sewer network

By Phill Tuxford It is estimated that Britain needs around 300,000 new homes annually to meet demand and solve the present housing crisis. So, as the Government, authorities and developers look to deliver a sustainable solution, here at Detectronic we have been discussing what impact thousands …

Back to school for Detectronic

PRESS RELEASE 11th April 2018 Monitoring to support innovative drain water heat recovery project Flood and pollution prevention specialists, Detectronic, are supporting a collaborative project – Dŵr Uisce – between Bangor University in Wales and Trinity College Dublin in Ireland that aims to improve the energy …

Inflow and Infiltration

Like many countries, the UK has an ageing sewer system with many parts deteriorating and in desperate need of repair. Older parts of the sewer network may be part of the Victorian combined sewer, whereas newer parts will have separate foul and surface water sewers. The …

As seen in

Since its launch late last year, our modular flow and quality monitoring system, ORAKEL, has generated huge interest in a variety of different industry sectors. So, we were delighted to see it featured in WET News’ ‘Top Products’ this week! Utilising multiple measurement technologies, the ORAKEL …

New e-book out now

  • Date: 09/03/2018
  • Category: e-book

Understanding the difference between human and automated waste water flow monitoring systems. This e-book addresses some of the regular questions that arise and attempts to explain why the Detectronic Data Screening System, which integrates tried and tested technology with the operator’s technical experience and knowledge, is …

Top tips to keep your quality sensors working

Analysing the characteristics of your water quality is essential for anyone with a trade effluent consent agreement. Once you’ve installed the equipment, it’s important to keep those sensors well maintained, to ensure the information they’re providing is accurate and can be relied on. Here are our …

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