Sewer Leak Smoke Testing
Our Trainers can be used to detect leaks in the sewer network where storm water entry is occuring, with the result of reducing stormwater infiltration to the sewerage system (which can cause sewage surcharges) Smoke testing involves pumping training smoke ( Non Toxic ) into the sewerage system or pipework and observing any smoke release above ground, such as coming out of a building’s stormwater gutter or the ground. Where smoke is observed coming out of the gutter on an individual’s premises, this indicates that a stormwater down pipe has been illegally connected to the sewerage system via the Overflow Relief Gully (ORG).
Leak Testing : Large Plants, Pipework, Venting systems etc can be tested for leaks and certification. This large sewer treatment plant in Brisbane indicated the required repairs where leaks were detected in joining seal. Where smoke is observed coming out this indicates that there is a faulty joins or damaged pipes.
Government Approved & Nato Certified
AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT CODIFICATION OF OUR TRAINER, FLUIDS AND ACCESSORIES RESULTED IN BEING ISSUED AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNISED NATO STOCK NUMBER (NSN). 6530 00 142 8775