Water Well Management Systems are critical for you and your family to maintain happy and healthy lives. How do organization effectively monitor water wells, pumps, and water levels? How can natural disasters like hurricanes and flooding affect aquifer and water well health? That’s what we’ll talk about in this write-up.
Hurricane Harvey caused widespread damage in the US, especially in Texas. Local universities and educational institutions like Texas A&M are collaborating to offer free water well testing to private well owners affected by hurricane flood waters.
Since floodwater can have upstream substances like sewage from wastewater treatment plants or flooded septic systems, it’s critical to test flooded water wells before using wells for drinking, cooking delicious meals, or anything else. Many residents in various communities have had private water wells damaged by flooding and needed new tanks and water well systems. Fluorocarbons used at airports and for fire fighting foams can also end up in water wells and reek havoc on communities like this one in Minnesota.
This recent study has called attention to the fact that more and more water systems in the U.S. are violating health standards. Being cost-effective with your water management is key, as damaged water wells can cost thousands of dollars for government agencies, businesses, companies, and other organizations. However, new water management systems can save you millions of dollars a year as demonstrated here. You might now be wondering…
How Do You Effectively Manage and Monitor Your Water Well Systems?
Fortunately, today’s technologies, like Industrial IoT sensors, provide you, your teams, and your organization with easy-to-use, rapidly deployable water well monitoring systems.
You may already know that monitoring water wells and levels requires seamless integration of sensors like pressure transducers, pumps, and level sensors made by various hardware manufacturers like Flowline, In-Situ, McCrometer, EKM Metering, Eno Scientific, and Senix.
As you see in the photos here, production groundwater wells are effectively managed and monitored remotely with maps and webpage dashboards.
Managing water wells can be done from anywhere, and at any time. The water monitoring systems stay online 24/7/365 with mains power like 110V, or solar panel power, to provide you real-time information and alerts. You can quickly and easily answer questions like:
- Are your water well pumps active?
- What’s the water level in each of your wells?
- How many gallons per minute (gpm) are flowing through the flow meters right now?
- What’s the total water usage – How many total gallons have flowed through your flowmeters?
- What’s your pump head room? Is your pump headroom at a dangerous or safe level?
- What’s the depth to water and how much water is above your water level sensors, e.g., pressure transducers?
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’ve got any questions – Info@Valarm.net.