Monterey, NL, A water leak detector using Israeli technology and with the support of the Inter-American Development Bank acquired Agua y Dranaje de Monterrey, which was facing the severe drought plaguing Nuevo León.
The state government announced that it has acquired this technical leak detector equipment, one with satellite photography, from Israel and another with an electro-acoustic system.
Monterrey’s head of water and drainage, Juan Ignacio Barragán Villarreal, revealed at Nuevo León Informa Space that they are mitigating the largest number of leaks with new equipment purchased with resources from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
“For the issue of leaks in the city, we are using a technique that was acquired this year to detect leaks through an electro-acoustic system, which is giving us good results. Also done the analysis exercise to find out the month.The tests were done,we will see if we continue based on our results.
“And there’s a third plan that we’re using, which are satellite photos that show us which areas have higher humidity, which can detect leaks, the latter a technology that Israel acquired through goes.”
We are working hard on the issue of leak detection, because it is the water that has been made potable and is being lost, said Barragán Villarreal.
He explained that it is being evaluated whether the instrument is updated through satellite photography to continue tracking moisture in areas prone to water leaks.
“This is a piece of equipment that was purchased through IDB, we have the first satellite photograph with a certain type of filter that gives us a look at the amount of moisture present in the ground and thus says: High risk in this area There is leak. , to attack them, it was the support of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and we are evaluating whether to update, I do not remember the cost, but IDB paid for it, we Didn’t pay it.”
So far, Parastatal has recovered 2,535 liters of water per second in the liquid distribution network.