Leak Detection Systems London
What is a Leak Detection System?
Leak detection systems in buildings are a very good way of getting on top of water leaks the second they happen and minimising the level of damage that may otherwise be caused.
Whilst possibly overkill for a smaller domestic dwelling/ house, in a larger residential or commercial block, a leak detection system could be incorporated as part of a predictive maintenance regime, responsible building supervision, and building damage safeguarding.
Not only that, having one of these systems can dramatically reduce your insurance fees and running costs. Server rooms can also be monitored reliably for the detection of water leaks in the cooling systems. As trusted and qualified technicians of water leakage detection systems, we should be your contact for installation and maintenance of these types of systems.
Installation Services for Leak Detection Systems
Not only are we outfitted to install and maintain leak detection systems, but we are competent and ready to respond to all leaks and water spillage in a timely fashion to minimize the spread of water, dry spilt water and saturated materials, and put together technical specs for the water damage repair and remediation.
This ensures that the place of the leak can be found speedily in order that countermeasures can be introduced right away. The sensor cable and point sensors may be combined to streamline systems, where current systems are in place. Line-break monitoring is usually included in each system to ensure alarms may be shut down in the case of a spillage when the fault has been recognised.
The leak detection system is a easy and quick installation, primarily based on a modular principle. The leak detection system features a visual and audio alarm signal, galvanically isolated indicator relay, and is also robust and reliable (resilient to being submerged).
Why Use a Leak Detection System
You may wish to use our system in computer centres, telephone exchanges, libraries, museums, archives, bookstores, clean air rooms, air-conditioning and heating centres, commercial buildings, and large residential blocks, or blocks with a reputation of leakage.
You might want the water leak detection system to be set up in risers or voids, under floors, under central heating boilers or heating systems, within plant rooms, below computer equipment, below piping heating cables or below process cables.
System components might include the sensors, SCR sensor cables, PS, PSO+ and PSO Point Sensors, monitoring RLW with locating, as a wall-mounted enclosure RLAnet with locating for installation in the control cabinet or as a wall-mounted enclosure, or, RDW 03 without locating as a wall-mounted enclosure RDA 01 without locating for installation in the control cabinet.
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I contacted James de Miguel after a recommendation from a friend. My brand new house developed a series of cracks on the exterior walls and after numerous failed attempts by local builders, surveyors and even the original architect, to try and identify the cause of these cracks I had no clue what to do next. Thankfully, James was able to identify the exact cause of the issues and handed me a detailed report on what had caused the cracking and the next steps to take in order to remedy them. I couldn’t be happier with the result.
I have been working with James de Miguel for a few years now and can honestly say that I have not come across a more savvy surveyor when it comes to fault finding. James is switched on, his reports are always on time and he has never failed to deliver. I would wholeheartedly recommend his services to anyone seeking a definitive answer as to what exactly is going wrong with their building. I now consult with James on all projects I undertake as his input is vital to the success of my projects. A big thank you to James and his team.
I have been building houses for over 10 years and from time to time, new builds develop faults that can be tricky to trace. We brought in James de Miguel to provide us with a report on where we were going wrong with a rather complicated new build that involved a basement that was allowing water ingress. Within half an hour of being on site James and his colleagues identified the issues and provided the exact steps to fix them. Without his survey, I feel we would of been chasing our own tails for days if not weeks, trying to find out why we had so much water ingress. James has saved us time and money and we are very grateful that we found him.