Sea-Lix POGMO turbines
Sea-Lix turbines extract power from water distribution networks, tides and rivers. The POGMO is a pico-turbine from Sea-Lix that provides off-grid power to smart water networks. The smaller POGMOs produce enough power to feed monitoring equipment, while the larger POGMOs are designed for heavier tasks like valve actuators. While they offer good capabilities by themselves, the recommended approach is to use them in combination with each other.
In water distribution, the quality of water network operations — in particular, leakage and pressure management — is a function of data availability and data resolution. Fitted directly into the main water network or in a bypass branch, the POGMO turbine provides a suitable power supply at selected locations in the water distribution network. Once installed, it can power a wide array of equipment, such as sensors, actuators and communication devices. It allows for continuous monitoring and reporting of pressure, flow and water quality — without limitations on sample frequency. Instant and continuous data is an integral capability for network optimisation.
By enabling precise pressure management, the POGMO is also designed to contribute towards reducing operational expenditures (leakage rate reduction, number of service calls) and capital expenditures (fewer pipe bursts, reduced stress on pipes and equipment, increased life expectancy).
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