Upcoming Water Talk: InfoWater Pro’s new unidirectional flushing functionality

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Eric Suesz June 23, 2022 1 min read

If you’ve ever unscrewed your bathroom faucet’s aerator screen to clean out hard water sediment deposits, you know that simply pulling it out, turning it around, and rinsing it under water does wonders. What a difference approaching the problem from a different angle makes.

So it goes with all manner of pipes. Moving away from conventional flushing and towards unidirectional flushing (UDF) will clean your water mains more effectively, with the added benefit of accomplishing it with less water. Using InfoWater Pro, you can isolate your pipes into zones and tackle the problem methodically and scientifically by calculating flow velocity to make sure you’re removing tough tuberculation, biofilm, and other debris, while also ensuring that you control water intensity and protect your pipes and their linings.

Do your crews in the field use the Field Journal extension – aka the “flush book”?

If you find yourself falling short of regulatory requirements or have heard complaints from customers about the water’s taste or odor, it may be time to pay closer attention to how you’re flushing your pipes.

We’ll talk about new flushing functionality

If you’re already using InfoWater Pro, do you take advantage of all of the UDF capabilities in the software? Even if you aren’t a customer yet, we invite you to join us for our next Water Talk: How to Improve Clean Water Quality with New UDF Functionalities. We’ll talk about InfoWater Pro’s Unidirectional Flow (UDF) module and discuss new features and how you can most effectively use it in your work.

When it happens: Tuesday, June 28 at 9 am PST / 12 pm EST

Can’t attend live? Register for the event, and we’ll send you the recording after the webinar.

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