Flowmaster V7 for
Water Applications

Chemical - Pharmaceutical - Brewing & Food Processing - Mining & Mineral Processing

Requirements Simulation Products

Meeting the needs of your industry

Today the water industry has to meet the high regulatory requirements of water quality and constant supply alongside meeting customer expectations of lower costs. We recognise the challenges you face in providing a constantly high level of service over vast areas and strive to develop technology to meet your needs.

Flowmaster helps engineers in many areas of the water industry to:
  • Predict water distribution to meet cyclic demands
  • Optimise pump station sizing and energy consumption to minimise pumping costs
  • Predict pressure surges to ensure safety and pipe integrity
  • Size piping systems
  • Provide quantitative data to base cost decisions on when upgrading existing equipment/ systems.

Contact us today to find out how you can dramatically improve your water systems simulations.

Water Customers include: Anglian Water, Biwater International Ltd, East of Scotland Water, HYDER Consulting Ltd, Sinclair Knight Merz, Stadtwerke Bochum GmbH, United Utilities Ltd, Wessex Water


Case Studies

Biwater Treatment achieves a positive result to a negative transient pressure challenge

Biwater reduce the frequency of the backwash cycle from typically 5 minutes to over 60 minutes and ensured that clean safe water can be produced as economically as possible. The use of Flowmaster reduced the time to quantitatively identify the cause of reported problems and investigate cost effective solutions, faster and more accurately than traditional testing.

Société du Canal de Provence avoid large investments in structural renovation by using Flowmaster

During the renovation process of the networks at Rove and Rebuty on the Berre Sud water supply, SCP needed to know if it was appropriate to rebuild the structural casing around the water hammer safety valves installed on a DN 1300 pipe, which had been unsettled by a foundations problem. The aim of the study was to define the use of the safety valve to decide how to renovate the damaged works.