Water Leak Detection in a Shopping Centre

By: Leaktech
 
BRISBANE, Australia - Aug. 26, 2022 - PRLog -- Water Leaks in large shopping centres can be costly and seriously disrupy businesses within the centre. Leaktech was advised of a leak and worked closely with some of our current clients to re-organise and move pre-booked jobs around, as we viewed it as critical to support our local businesses who had already been significantly impacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Leaktech was hired and worked continuously to find a major leak in one of Brisbane's south-western shopping centres. The leakage rate was approximately 60 litres per second within a 20m2 metre area, causing access restrictions to the shopping centre, a complete shutdown of the loading area and a reduced water flow rate across the shopping centre.

Because of our in-house innovative technology and our over 30 years of knowledge and experience with all aspects of leak detection and service location, our technicians quickly located the leak, which was a DN100 AC pipe buried at 1.6 metres. The civil team exposed the pipe and repaired it at the exact location our technicians had previously identified as the leak.

To find out more about our leak detection cases including this one, visit https://www.leaktech.com.au/blog/.

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Industry:Construction
Location:Brisbane - Queensland - Australia
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