Have you ever wondered what is the performance of your pumping system or your driving lines? COET has experience in the most important pumping and water distribution systems in the country.

Pumping Systems: Generally over the years, the elements of a pumping system that become more inefficient are the pumps, even more than the motors, with a decrease in the efficiency of pumps of up to 30%.

There are two proven methods to know the efficiency of pumping equipment:

Conventional Method: This method uses power measurements, total dynamic load and flow measurement. This method obtains the efficiency of the pumping equipment indirectly, and usually has complications when the reading of the flow has variations when not having the appropriate reading conditions.

Thermodynamic Method:Like the conventional method, this method performs measurements of power and total dynamic load, however, this method performs measurements of temperature and pressure gain in real time, which allows a direct measurement of the efficiency of the pump, obtaining indirectly and with high precision the value of the flow.

Conduction Lines: For the lines of conduction there are methods to identify the hydraulic efficiency of the line and thus to know where air pockets are produced, the repercussion of these on the system, to know if these elements are correctly dimensioned and to evaluate and prioritize the most critical elements for the system, in this way the available resources can be allocated to the most important elements..

Another point of evaluation in lines of conduction is the subjection of the line to transitory pressures, these phenomena are produced in milliseconds, are difficult to grasp derived from the nature of the rapidity with which they are generated, and are dangerous for the driving lines and that the working pressure can be increased considerably and the maximum permissible pressures for the pipes can be exceeded, producing fatigue, cracks or collapses.

Through field analysis, as well as hydraulic modeling in a stable and dynamic state, all the previously mentioned elements can be known, allowing the operative area to establish an operation protocol and improvements to its system