Driving improvements at a Korean sub-station

Our pump monitoring work at stages 5 and 6 within one of our client’s water pumping sub-stations . These form part of its major water network serving the capital city of Seoul

Our client is a leading public sector utility company in South Korea, managing a gigantic metropolitan network that distributes treated water to Seoul’s residential and industrial areas. In advance of imminent statutory monitoring regulations, to reduce costs and emissions and better meet the demands of users, we were asked to analyse a sub-station’s stage 5 and 6.


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Water pump at one of our client's staged pumping stations

Our results in brief:

  • Overall saving of 4.97%
  • Our recommendations secured further efficiencies
  • Real-time pump performance achieved
  • Results officially published by our client and presented at the Annual Water Korea Conference
  • Part of broader work with the South Korean water corporation

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