Detect leaks. Save money. Protect the environment.
Liquid Integrity Systems' smart technology will detect leaks even where conventional methods are impractical or ineffective.
Pin-point leak detection and continuous monitoring with verified reporting, in any liquid, without interruption to ongoing operations empowers informed site management, resulting in significant cost savings and increased environmental protection.
Our systems are suitable for any geosynthetic lined pond, new or existing, and can be scaled up or down to meet client needs.
incredible precision with real-time rover surveys
Facility operators will enjoy timely data without interruption to operations.
Using advanced GPS technology, rover surveys are capable of providing precise leak location along with estimated sizes and flowrates. The rover will detect leaks where conventional methods are impractical or ineffective; extremely large ponds, deep water, toxic conditions, and hyper-saline environments are all suitable applications. Liquid Integrity Systems' proprietary techniques provide improved sensitivity in detecting leaks near earthed structures such as pumps, inlets, and weirs.
Rover surveys are a cost-effective solution to leak detection as there is no need to drain the pond, very little infrastructure is required, and the rover is quickly and simply deployed. Once leaks are detected, targeted repairs can be carried out without the need to drain, clean and survey an entire pond.
detect leaks as they occur with continuous monitoring
Continuous monitoring acts as an early warning system, alerting facility operators to leaks as they occur.
Liquid Integrity Systems' self-sufficient transmission consoles are wireless and solar powered which means you're always connected, even in the most remote locations.
Increasingly, continuous leak detection is required by law. Our systems will assist in providing the highest levels of compliance with environmental protection acts and provides operators, agencies, and community groups peace of mind.
All design, manufacturing, and installation takes place in-house, therefore systems can be scaled up or down as per client needs, applied temporarily or permanently, and installed into new ponds or retro-fitted to existing ponds, creating cost-effective solutions.
What you need to know, when it matters most.
Liquid Integrity Systems' innovative mapping takes the guess work out of leak detection. Using advanced techniques, leak detection analysis is able to be completed with increased sensitivity and greater certainty. Our proprietary techniques will literally point out leaks, along with estimating the size and flow-rate, allowing for informed decision making for site management.
In this instance of a leak event, key personnel can be notified via our integrated software. Data is instantly and securely captured by Liquid Integrity Systems and promptly analysed for verifiable reporting in accordance with ASTM D8265. Additional data may also be captured with our secure telemetry, such as bathymetry, temperature, and salinity.
Liquid Integrity Systems is an Australian owned and operated company. Established in 2012, the organisation was built on the foundations of more than 20 years of electrical geophysics by sister company, Zonge Engineering Australia. Since the launch of Liquid Integrity Systems, we have successfully installed a number of systems and conducted many leak detection surveys in the natural resources sector.
Simon Mann | Managing Director
Simon has an honours degree in geophysics as well as an environmental science degree with emphasis on hydrology.
His main area of interest is the application of electrical geophysical methods to exploration and environmental problems.
With several years experience as Managing Geophysicist with Zonge Engineering Australia he has developed experience in technical development, project design and planning as well as business and safety improvement strategies.
Kelly Keates | Director
Kelly completed a BA at University of Adelaide and went on to work as an underground geological assistant at Olympic Dam for Western Mining.
Kelly is also Managing Director for Zonge Engineering Australia who have provided electrical geophysical services within Australia and internationally for over 30 years.
Kelly is a Corporate member of the ASEG, and ERBA. Kelly is also a member of EBA, ERBA and AICD as well as committee member of ILFGN and GGSSA. In 2012 she was recipient of Industry Leaders Fund Grant for Leadership Best Practices Program at Harvard Business School and AICD scholarship award for Company Directors Course
Teal Watkins | Project Manager
Teal studied a Bachelor of Business at Flinders University, specialising in innovation and enterprise. Teal has several years management experience across multiple industries, he is well-versed in many fields including, operations, logistics, risk, marketing, strategy and human resources to name a few.