Hevasure News

Why monitor closed-circuit water systems?

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.

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Improving HVAC sustainability through monitoring

Testing your metal

Hevasure welcomes new partners

A remote future

A remote future

Remote monitoring of essential building plant, such as HVAC systems, and in the case of Hevasure, specifically closed circuit water systems, is an efficient way of continually checking condition - particularly where social distancing and unecessary site visits are required.

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New developments in water monitoring

New developments in water monitoring

Hevasure’s ground-breaking water monitoring technology has been further enhanced in order to show the real-time corrosion rate of carbon steel as well as the total (cumulative) loss over a given time frame. Other critical data such as dissolved oxygen levels can now also be viewed as either an instantaneous or cumulative value.

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Successful trial underway with an Innovation Gateway partner

Successful trial underway with an Innovation Gateway partner

RBS is trialling Hevasure’s revolutionary monitoring technology at its corporate headquarters in Bishopsgate, London.

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Wall mounted water monitoring system

Wall mounted water monitoring system

Hevasure has launched a new compact, wall-mounted version of our industry-leading water monitoring system, providing easy installation in a wider variety of locations.

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Preventing water system breakdown in hospitals

Preventing water system breakdown in hospitals

At Tees Valley Hospital in Middlesborough, Hevasure’s water monitoring technology has been used to identify aeration issues during the critical commissioning phase and is now providing continual data to ensure essential CHW and LTHW systems are properly looked after and remain operational. Downtime in the healthcare environment is extremely disruptive and potentially dangerous for patients.

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Facilities event 2019 – preventing problem the Hevasure way

Facilities event 2019 – preventing problem the Hevasure way

Steve Munn highlighted the many corrosion issues that Hevasure’s monitoring technology can prevent at this year’s Facilities Event in Birmingham. Taking to the stage on the 10th April, Steve’s contribution formed part of a joint seminar with Guardian Water Treatment, aimed at highlighting the common water system management problems faced by FMs and how these can be combatted using 24/7 condition monitoring.

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