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May 13, 2015

Smartball Helps Spot Water Wasting Leaks In California Drought

A news story by CBS Local San Francisco looks at how SmartBall technology is helping the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) reduce water loss on its water transmission system.

Apr 20, 2015

Pure Technologies at Forefront of Infrastructure Management

Like everything else on this Earth, underground infrastructure is not immune to deterioration and municipalities and utility owners are becoming more aware of the importance of being proactive rather than reactive when dealing with the buried infrastructure.

Apr 15, 2015

Non-Revenue Water Loss: To Solve the Mystery, Think Like a Detective

Focusing leak and theft detection system-wide is the first step in a NRW-reduction strategy to reduce leaks and improve pipeline reliability. Globally, Pure Technologies is regarded as a highly reputable service provider with the experience, expertise and technology services designed to help manage NRW projects for both small and large utilities.

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Latest Videos

BNN Interview with Mark Holley

Pure Technologies' Executive Vice President and COO, Mark Holley, is interviewed on BNN to discuss pipeline asset management and inspection techniques.

Pipeline Management Solutions

At Pure Technologies, we partner with utilities to help them understand the current condition of their pipes so they can make more informed repair, replacement and rehabilitation decisions.

Louisville Water - Cast-iron Transmission Main Inspection Along Eastern Parkway

Louisville Water completes its first inspection of a cast-iron transmission main while it's filled with water and in service.

Consideration of Internal Visual & Sounding of PCCP in Conjunction with Electromagnetic Inspection

Visual and sounding inspections are a reliable method of detecting pipes in an advanced state of distress. Electromagnetic testing provides the best condition assessment data for large diameter concrete pressure pipelines. When combined, these methods provide a broader picture to the overall condition of buried pipeline infrastructure.

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