Primayer’s products are adopted globally and we are delighted to share a success story from Polynésienne des eaux, Papeete in French Polynesia.
The team at Polynésienne des eaux are actively involved in network monitoring projects. They recently deployed the Mikron3, Primayer’s high acoustic leak listening device, where there were few entrance points and the terrain was difficult to negotiate.
Here is what the team leader, Mr Chalons had to say about our equipment:
“I deployed the Mikron3 to troubleshoot an area with known leaks. The Mikron3 proved to be a “real war machine”, I found two leaks on a network buried 6 metres deep. I thought I would have trouble with this network because there is no connection on this 1km portion. Of the 17 m³/hr, on Picard networks, I had already found 7 leaks (now repaired) with further leaks programed to be completed. I think at the end of this week it will fall to a night flow of 4 to 5 m³/hr.”
This is a great outcome and highlights the adaptability of the Mikron3 to deliver outstanding results in challenging circumstances.