Know about leaks and bursts before they become a problem

Our Sebalog N-3 Network permanent leakage monitoring system allows water utilities and large water users to continuously monitor their water network for leaks. Not only will the system identify leaks using the 'expanded spectrum analysis' tool, but also allows the user to pinpoint the leakage on a Google® map.


Automatic leak location

Time is of the essence when detecting and locating leaks. The latest monitoring systems, such as theSebalog N-3 noise logger network, are therefore designed to identify existing leaks, to detect new leaks as fast as possible, and thus minimise losses in the network in the long term.

The Sebalog N-3 network provides you with the latest measured data on a day-to-day basis. Automatic data transmission saves you the time-consuming task of driving past each logger. It also offers a wide range of analyses, such as the ESA value or the history function, so that you can track the condition of the network over a long period. This means critical sections of the network are easy to identify and there won't be any nasty surprises.

Features include

  • Online correlation function for leak pinpointing
  • Data retrievable on a daily basis via FTP server or SebaCloud website
  • Transmission of leak noises, frequencies and audio files
  • ESA value (expanded spectrum analysis) as leakage indication
  • Integration of pipe network plans
  • Remote configuration
  • Very simple installation process
  • Cost-effective data transmission (up to 50 loggers per GSM Box)

Further information can be found in the following Datasheet: Sebalog N3 Network DataSheet (PDF)

Or read the evaluation by El Paso Water Utilities Public Service Board which resulted in the purchase of $4 million worth of Sebalog N3 for the water supply network. EPWU N3 Evaluation (PDF)

Within the first few months of the installation of the Sebalog N3 Network for Wingecarribee Shire Council, several leaks were identified by the N3 System and later verified in the field, saving the community a lot of water, and a lot of money. 

Our Clients

WaterGroup works with some of Australia's largest private and public entities. See some of our clients below.