Several industry studies indicate that water infrastructure around the world is aging and reaching the end of its design life, requiring substantial capital investment over the next few decades. The largest portion of this investment is needed to upgrade and renew buried pipelines. Due to the significant cost of replacing this infrastructure and the fact that up to 90 percent of the pipe replaced has remaininguseful life, better management strategies are emerging.
Through thousands of miles of water transmission main condition assessment, Pure has found that pipe distress is localized, often randomly distributed, and typically not dependent on the age of the asset. Instead of replacing entire systems, utilities can safely and cost-effectively manage these assets while increasing service reliability.
A proactive transmission main management program, including a risk-based condition assessment strategy, has proven effective in safely and reliably extending the life of these assets all while minimizing cost to the utility. To help utilities manage their water transmission systems, Pure has developed a number of innovative solutions for condition inspection, structural assessment, real-time monitoring, and pipeline data management.
Pipeline Asset Management
With populations increasing and available freshwater resources decreasing, water and wastewater distribution pipelines need to be maintained to prevent water loss and damage to the surrounding environment.LEARN MORE
Aging pipelines and high replacement costs are major challenges facing pipeline owners and engineers worldwide. Pure's leading-edge technologies for pipeline inspection and assessment address this ongoing need and provide valuable information to maximize the life of these assets.LEARN MORE
Pipeline Monitoring Solutions
Accurately measuring the pressure monitoring in a pipeline is an important aspect of understanding the system hydraulics.LEARN MORE