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Reducing Non-Revenue Water for Water Utilities

Tapping Into Efficiency: The Unseen Potential of Non-Revenue WaterIn the vast and intricate world of water utilities, a significant challenge persistently affects the efficiency and sustainability of water systems worldwide. This challenge is known as non-revenue water (NRW). 

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Ofir Marx

Ofir Marx
Head of Marketing department in BERMAD, specialized in the waterworks market, gives marketing services to 14 sales organization worldwide, with special tools animations, web sites, social media and more.

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BERMAD’s 1000 series represents a breakthrough in the supply of drinking water. 

The new lightweight composite PN16 (250 PSI) valve is set to eliminate corrosion and deliver years of trouble-free performance. 

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Topics: Waterworks, BERMAD webinar

In recent years, rising awareness about energy savings and environmental protection has led to the design of more efficient systems that operate at minimum pressures, as well as the implementation of products from composite (polymeric) materials adjusted to reduced pressure rating system designs.

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Topics: Waterworks, BERMAD webinar

In a previous blog post, we described how as a result of rising awareness about energy savings and environment protection, water supply and distribution systems need to be more efficient and be able to operate optimally at minimum pressures. While single-chamber control valves were traditionally used in these systems due to their cost-efficiency, their functionality is limited in such low pressure conditions.

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Topics: Waterworks, Control valves

 

Since the turn of the last century, hydraulic flow control valves that utilize line pressure as the energy source for their operation have been used in water supply systems. These valves are used for specific control functions that include pressure and flow control, water level control in tanks and reservoirs, remote open and close, and more.

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Topics: Waterworks, Control valves

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