AF 103

Metal Detector

Thanks to its detection head, the AF 103 can locate a valve box or a manhole cover down to depths of approximately 30 cm.

Light, compact and very easy to use, it features a carrying and handling strap for scanning the surface on which a survey needs to be carried out.

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BC 6

High-performance metal detector.

The BC 6 detects underground valve boxes and metal manhole covers down to depths of 50 cm.

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Deep-search metal detector.

The MAGNA TRAK 100, which is the benchmark in its field, offers the possibility of detecting metal items down to depths of approximately 2 meters.

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Piping and cable detector.

The 3M is a device that enables the detection and tracing of piping and cables. Comprising a receiver and a generator equipped with microprocessors, it is an easy-to-handle, high-performance tool. The receiver may be used alone or with its generator and accessories. In combination with a metal GSK probe, the detector can also locate and trace non-metal piping (PE, PVC, AC, etc.).

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Magnetic remover for valve box covers

The ideal tool for use with a hammer, for opening the lids of all types of valve boxes, as well as small metal manhole covers.

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Valve box debris extractor

This tool is used for removing the mud, sand and clay that often build up in valve boxes. The shape and diameter of the extractor were designed to clear access to the operating nut. The extractor is telescopic and adapts to 3 different depths, simply by moving a pin along the tube and the metal rod that makes it up.

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Valve box unclogging tool

Featuring 3 claws, this tool extracts rocks and bulky objects that clog up a valve box, when this type of debris cannot be extracted with a cleaner or a debris extractor.

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Hammer for valve boxes

Specially designed for removing and opening the lids of valve boxes, this is the basic tool of water service technicians. Designed in a material that is resistant to chipping, it features a rubber handle that makes it easy and comfortable to grip.

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With mechanical meter.

This device is used for measuring the distance on the ground between two points across several hundreds of meters. This makes it a must-have for anyone who wishes to conduct length readings, i.e. with the aim of performing an acoustic correlation or updating network specification plans.

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C.P.I.2 ∅100

Fire Hydrant Monitor.

Fire hydrants must comply with applicable standards. They must be capable of supplying a minimum flow of 60 m3/hour (French interministry circular no. 465 of 10 December 1951). The C.P.I.2, developed on the basis of a flowmeter such as Woltex DN 100, monitors hydrant pressure and flowrate. The device is easy to use (direct reading in m3/ hour) and lightweight (aluminium body). It comes complete with a spanner wrench and a metal housing. A set of accessories, including a 100/65 reducer and a 100-mm ∅ valve, is available as an option.

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Leak monitoring system.

Ortomat leak monitoring system are designed to monitor drinking water networks, on a continuous or occasional basis. Equipped with an accelerometer and a microprocessor, they record minimum noise levels detected on piping. In order to eliminate extraneous noise as much as possible, this recording is done at night. The time and frequency of the recordings can be programmed, i.e. from 2am to 4am every minute. Depending on the Ortomat system used, the recordings may be recovered and used in different ways.

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Wireless leak detector

The LECK PEN is an ultra-compact listening device for locating leaks on water networks.
Made up of an amplifier with a built-in accelerometer and a radio headset, it offers the user great freedom of movement.
An ideal tool for water service technicians and water meter readers, the LECK PEN detects the sound of leakage by simply being put in contact with a valve or a fire hydrant or being placed near a water meter.

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Leak Detector

Comprising a very high-performance sound amplification unit, a piezoelectric sensor and a wireless headset, LOG 1 is an innovative leak listening device that is easy to use, comfortable and lightweight. The new generation of sensors provides excellent quality leak listening on all types of materials, i.e. cast iron, plastic, etc. The sensor’s cable is connected to the amplifier by a pin locked by a casing. This fastening prevents extraneous noise by guaranteeing excellent resistance of the connectors during handling.
LOG 1 is equipped with a radio headset that provides the user with great freedom of movement. For example, while wearing the wireless headset the user can continue detecting leaks while manoeuvring a valve.
Several wireless headsets can be used simultaneously. This feature is very useful for leak detection training. The range between the amplifier and the radio headset is approximately 20 m. The device also features a minijack for a headset with a cord.
Ground listening is possible, thanks to a tripod. An amplifying accessory, which insulates against extraneous noise, is available as an option. A test prod and extension bars may be mounted onto the sensor to listen directly to plastic or non-ferrous piping. LOG 1 runs on standard or rechargeable 1.5 V LR6 and LR03 batteries, which means the device is functional under all circumstances.

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LOG 3000

Acoustic correlator

The LOG 3000 is a high-tech acoustic correlator ideal for locating leaks on all types of water networks. It comprises:

  • A calculator that is simply a laptop computer on which correlation software has been installed. Combined with the power and speed of current processors, the software makes it possible to make and use the calculations necessary for locating a leak on the segment of piping being surveyed.
  • 2 magnetized accelerometers, which receive and transmit to 2 emitters the sound vibrations that flow along the water piping.
  • 2 robust, compact and lightweight emitters. Connected to the sensors and topped by a small flexible antenna, they use radio waves to send the signal to a receiver
  • 1 receiver equipped with a removable antenna, which receives the radio signal from the 2 emitters and transmits it via a USB connection to the computer. The receiver is equipped with a speaker and an input circuit selection button, so the sounds perceived by each sensor can be listened to directly.

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