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Water Leak FAQs

Some homeowners will experience burst pipes, some will experience water heater troubles, and some will have trouble with their drains, but one plumbing issue that most homeowners will experience at least once is a leak. From small faucet leaks to major slab leaks, leaks are one of the most common pl...

10 Things You Must Know: Plumbing Leaks

Tip 1 Wrap your pipes in heat.The important feature is the exterior piping. If the cold-water pipes touch the exterior portion of the building, when the water isn t being used and the temperature is very cold, most likely the pipes will freeze. The only time water won t freeze is when it s moving, s...

PQWT-L Outdoor water leak detector

Water leak detection is an expression more commonly used for larger, integrated systems installed in modern buildings or those containing valuable artifacts, materials or other critical assets where early notification of a potentially damaging leak would be beneficial. In particular, water leak dete...

Understanding Acoustic Leak Detection

What are the Sounds of Water Leaks? Water leaks in underground, pressurized pipes may make many different sounds: Hiss or Whoosh from pipe vibration and orifice pressure reduction Splashing or Babbling Brook sounds from water flowing around the pipe Rapid beating thumping sounds from water s...

Thermal Imaging Cameras Explained

Thermal imaging cameras are devices that translate thermal energy (heat) into visible light in order to analyze a particular object or scene. The image produced is known as a thermogram and is analyzed through a process called thermography. Thermal imaging cameras are sophisticated devices that proc...

What need to look for when drilling a borehole?

What do you need water for? To irrigate your garden and top up the swimming pool? To provide household water to a small rural community or farm household? Or maybe even to service a multi-hectare irrigation scheme. Whatever your requirements are, nothing beats a source of cost-effective water...

Dowsing as a Method of Finding Underground Water

“Dowsing,” “water witching,” “divining,” and “doodle bugging” are all names for the practice of locating groundwater by walking the surface of a property while holding a forked stick, a pair of L shaped rods, a pendulum, or another tool that responds when the person moves...

Interpretation of Lithology by PQWT

PQWT Geological Prospecting Equipment is mainly to tell the underground geological structure, like fracture and cracks. All lithology analysis is very important for the use of PQWT-TC water detector. Here is the interpretation oflithology by PQWT as below:

Save Money by Locating Well Water

Water well drilling can be expensive and time-consuming, especially when you do not know where to drill! If given incorrect information about where to drill for your well, you can end up spending thousands of dollars and end up with land littered with holes. with PQWT instruments...

Report on 122nd Canton Fair of PQWT

On October 15th to 19th 2017, the 122nd Autumn Canton Fair was held in Guangzhou annually as scheduled, exhibiting electronic and household appliances, hardware tools, machinery, chemical, lighting, building materials, energy and other commodities. Customers from all over the world come along...

PQWT Team in India.Sep.12th.~Sep.23th 2017

PQWT team arrived in India on September 12th, 2017 by air. The first station is the capital of India, Delhi, an area of 1484 square kilometers.It is the main traffic location between India River and Ganges River, which is a strategical location since ancient times...

Clouds may hide water on alien worlds

Astronomers have discovered about 2000 planets around other stars, but they have few hard facts about what they are like, such as the contents of their atmospheres. Have they clear skies like Star Wars’ Tatooine or are they overcast like the planet home of Cloud City?

What is Groundwater?

Groundwater is used for drinking water by more than 50 percent of the people in the United States, including almost everyone who lives in rural areas. The largest use for groundwater is to irrigate crops.