Water Network Management
By reducing the risks of water system breakdowns and by detecting leaks that cause increased water consumption and higher energy bills, businesses can reduce their plants’ operational costs. SUEZ offers site managers long-term consulting services and quick response times for on-site maintenance work.
Protecting your network system
Good network management involves anticipating breakdown risks and their impact, reducing your system’s energy consumption, and controlling your operating costs and investment expenditure.
SUEZ provides a range of services and preventive measures for optimum network management:
Controlling Water and Energy Consumption and Reducing Health Hazards
By working to tackle leaks, we can cut operating costs and safeguard water supply, as well as controlling risks associated with health, the environment and industry regulations.
SUEZ provides consulting services and on-site maintenance work to manage water leaks:
Know your networks better to anticipate all leakage risk
The first key step is to map your network system. This enables us to identify risk areas and plan preventive maintenance work, replacement operations and new investments
Implement the right leak detection system for your plant
We advise you on the process best adapted to your needs and the characteristics of your networks, depending on the geographic location of your plant, pipe length, diameter and materials, and the type of equipment you have
To ensure your operational continuity, we offer quick response times for on-site maintenance work
Thoroughly cleaning pipes with ice
“With Ice Pigging, we offer our industrial customers a solution for cleaning their water systems, simple and effective” Carlos Campos, Chief Operating Officer of the SUEZ Advanced Solutions Factories.
Cleaning pipes with just a few litres of ice
Usually, several hundred litres of water are necessary to keep pipelines clean in industry. But ice pigging technology consumes just a few litres of ice. This new technology uses the natural abrasive qualities of ice to remove sediments and other foreign bodies, such as crystallised salts and biofilms in particular, from pipelines. Quick and economical to use.
In a plant that manufactures yoghurt in the UK, ice pigging recovered more than 75% of the value-added product which had been deposited in the pipelines. And the consumption of chemicals was significantly reduced too.
Ice Pigging won the 2016 World Food Innovation Award in the Best Manufacturing/Processing Technology category.