Leak Detection Pretoria

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Fornez Leak Detectors are water leak detection  specialists in Pretoria. Advanced digital and electro-acoustic water leak detection is an extremely effective solution for locating hidden water leaks. Underground water leaks can be caused by aging water pipes, corrosion, faulty installations, inferior  materials or excessively high water pressures. Electro-acoustic water leak detection is the best solution for finding water leaks that are situated below ground.

Unusually high water accounts, the sound of running water when all taps are closed and the presence of damp spots on walls, on paving and lawns without an evident source for the damp are all indications of the existence of a hidden water leak.  Not taking action quickly can have very costly consequences for property owners with regards to property upkeep and maintenance.

Specially trained water leak detection staff, proficient at finding leaks, can quickly locate every type of concealed water leak. Accurately pinpointing the water leaks in and around your home or business with minimal disruption to your property. That means no excessive digging. This non-destructive method of detecting leaking water is possible through our use of advanced digital and electro-acoustic technologies. Technologies that are both accurate and reliable for detecting water leaks. This technology uses highly specialised leak detection equipment to locate all water leaks.

Fornez Leak Detectors specifically specialise in swimming pools and pool leak detection, For pool owners with leaking pools we also provide professional pool leak repair. Our expertise and knowledge comes from over 15 years of servicing the swimming pool industry in Pretoria.

Safe, accurate and efficient water leak detection services in the Pretoria Centurion and Johannesburg area that you can rely on.

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Water Leak Detection

Our rigorously trained leak detection staff will quickly and efficiently identify each water leak. Each irregular outflow of water investigated thoroughly. Investigation results and viable solutions are then presented to the client.

Common causes of water loss are old or corroded pipes, use of incorrect or faulty materials and improper installation practices. Common areas where water leaks may occur are listed here.

  • Swimming pool pipe leaks
  • Swimming pool filter leaks
  • Swimming pool pump leaks
  • Cracks in marbelite pools
  • Cracks in fibreglass pools
  • Leaks on suction pipes
  • Swimming pool light casing leaks
  • Household water leaks in bathrooms, kitchens or underground pipes on property.

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Water Leak Detected! – advanced digital and electro-acoustic technology 

High tech water leak detection equipment is extremely effective at finding water leaks. The use of this type of equipment eliminates the need for excessive digging and damage to walls when locating invisible water leaks.

The Ex Tec Snooper Mini unit

The water pipe system is flushed with tracer gas. The tracer gas seeps out through the ground or wall where ever there are water leaks. An Ex Tec Snooper Mini unit is then used to detect or sniff for the presence of the leaking tracer gas.

ex tec snooper mini

The Stethophon 04 Acoustic unit
The Stethophon 04 acoustic listening device is then used to pinpoint location of the tracer gas leaks.The escaping tracer gas creates vibrations as it exits the hole in the leaking water pipe. By tuning into the frequency of these vibrations and the use of noise cancelling earphones, the exact position of the water leak is found.

leak detection equipment stethophon-04

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