2019 is flying past and we are busy prepping for one of our biggest shows of the year AWWA ACE19.

This year, AWWA ACE19 takes place at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver and Syrinix will be exhibiting in the Exposition on booth #4026 from June 10th – June 12th

Customers and utilities / consultants with an interest in learning specifically about the damage that transients can cause your network are invited to our BREAKFAST SEMINAR, which will take place on Tuesday June 11th at 7am at the Denver Athletic Club.  We are delighted to welcome Dr. Robert Leishear to speak… an expert on pressure transients from the nuclear industry, who amongst other things is transforming the water sector’s understanding of the impact of transients on ageing pipelines (“for a 300psi transient, read 1200 psi” is one of his insights).

Alongside Dr Leishear, Tom Ginn, from Cobb County Marietta in Georgia, will also be talking about the role of transient monitoring on the 75 mile transmission loop he manages and Syrinix lead engineer Ben Smither will be talking about the latest developments in applying and interpreting high resolution pressure data.

REGISTER HERE for this NOT TO BE MISSED event, which also includes time for peer networking and most importantly, BREAKFAST to set you up for the day!

Ben Smither and Tom Ginn are also co-presenting a TECHNICAL SESSION on Tuesday June 11th – Advanced Network Insights from Analysis of ‘Transient’ Events

Syrinix worked with Cobb County Marietta Water Authority to deploy high resolution transient detection equipment on their 70 mile diameter transmission main loop. The data provided many learnings on cause and effect and enabled a network calming program to be implemented. Stage 2 of this work has seen the technology refined and the data collected increasing in sophistication, to include triangulation of events and locating the source.

If you cannot make AWWA ACE19 this year but are interested in out-puts from the sessions, please contact our SVP Bill Kelly who would be delighted to meet and fill in any gaps.


Union Station one of Denver’s most famous landmarks