About Hevasure

Hevasure’s purpose is to eliminate the devastating and expensive consequences of corrosion in heated and chilled closed water systems.

Specifically conceived and designed to protect commercial systems from the onset of corrosion, our award-winning remote monitoring technology provides instant notification when water conditions change, allowing responsible parties to act before corrosion takes hold.

 

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The Hevasure Story

Hevasure’s purpose is to eliminate the devastating and expensive consequences of corrosion in heated and chilled closed water systems.

Launched in 2014, we have developed the world’s first and most comprehensive online, real-time water monitoring for HVAC systems. 

Specifically conceived and designed to protect commercial systems from the onset of corrosion, our award-winning technology provides instant notification when water conditions change, allowing responsible parties to act before corrosion takes hold.

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Hevasure technology

Intelligent corrosion control

Hevasure’s patented water and corrosion monitoring technology is the most comprehensive available on the market. 

Our fully integrated system incorporates a wide range of high-quality sensors connected to a sophisticated data acquisition system. Live data is relayed up to the cloud where it can be viewed on laptops and mobile devices. 

We remotely monitor system and water characteristics in order to detect adverse conditions that could lead to corrosion damage, alerting users via email and text if intervention is required. 

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Why Monitor Closed-Circuit Water Systems?

The cost of closed-circuit water system breakdown due to corrosion can run into the millions, resulting in expensive repairs, downtime and reputation damage. By identifying the conditions that lead to corrosion and subsequent system failure, Hevasure’s water monitoring technology allows M&E contractors and facilities managers to find the root cause of a problem and fix it before it becomes more serious.

For specifiers and building owners, monitoring water make-up from the outset and throughout a closed circuit system’s life, ensures design life is achieved, efficiencies are maintained and downtime is avoided.

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Meet the Hevasure Team

Steve Munn
Steve Munn BSc hons, MSc
Founder & Managing Director
Steve Munn

Steve Munn BSc hons, MSc

Founder & Managing Director

Steve Munn is the founder and managing director of Hevasure. In 2011, Steve joined his brother, Dr Phil Munn at Midland Corrosion Services, helping to grow the business and investigate how new technology could be used to prevent corrosion in commercial heating and cooling systems – from these investigations, Hevasure’s ground breaking water system monitoring technology was born.

A graduate in materials science from Bath University, Steve started his career in materials research for technology led companies such as Lucas, Johnson Matthey and Mitel before taking time out to complete an MSc in Management Information Systems at Sheffield Business School. 

With over 20 years’ project management experience working for several large organisations, including British Telecom, Atos Origin and GTECH, Steve has the blend of scientific and business acumen necessary to develop award-winning technology while establishing an innovative & successful business.

Outside of work, Steve’s interest includes hill walking, travelling and badminton.

Mark Walters
Mark Walters BSc, PhD, MRAeS, C Eng
Senior Engineer
Mark Walters

Mark Walters BSc, PhD, MRAeS, C Eng

Senior Engineer

Dr Mark Walters is Hevasure’s senior engineer. He has a wealth of knowledge and experience thanks to a 25-year career focused on the collection and analysis of experimental data to understand the behaviour of structures and materials.

Mark previously worked for Rolls Royce where he was responsible for developing the data acquisition and analysis systems required to manage the global fleet, including the development of the Rolls Royce engine health monitoring system.

Mark has also run his own microbrewery producing traditional ales, giving him a clear understanding of the importance of water quality!

Sarah Willerton
Sarah Willerton
Business Administrator
Sarah Willerton

Sarah Willerton

Business Administrator

Sarah joined Hevasure in 2017 as business administrator responsible for day-to-day financial matters and bookkeeping. She is AAT qualified and brings a wealth of organisational and administrative skills to the role.  Prior to joining Hevasure she was the Exams Officer in a secondary school for 9 years.

She loves to travel, and is interested in history, particularly Roman history.

Jake Lillis
Jake Lillis
Technician
Jake Lillis

Jake Lillis

Technician

Jake recently joined the Hevasure team with responsibility for assembly and test.  He has excellent A-levels including an A* in engineering and loves designing and building things. 

When not assembling monitoring stations, he can be found playing lead guitar (another of his many talents).

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