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Buford Leak Detection & Repair Services
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Whistle Blowing in the Public Sector – What is Government Ethics? Government


Whistle Blowing in the Public Sector

Judy Nadler and Miriam Schulman

These materials were prepared for the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics program in Government Ethics by Senior Fellow Judy Nadler and Communications Director Miriam Schulman. The Center provides training in local government ethics for public officials. For more information, contact Hana Callaghan .

What is the definition of whistle blowing?

According to George Kerevan, “Word of the Week” columnist for The Scotsman. “The etymological origins of whistle blowing are gloriously obscure.” Yet even without knowing the term’s pedigree, we get a vivid picture from the words themselves. Kerevan suggests the obvious one—a police officer shrilling on a whistle when he or she catches a crime in progress.

Whistle blowing means calling attention to wrongdoing that is occurring within an organization. The Government Accountability Project lists four ways to blow the whistle:

reporting wrongdoing or a violation of the law to the proper authorities.

such as a supervisor, a hotline or an Inspector General

refusing to participate in workplace wrongdoing

testifying in a legal proceeding

leaking evidence of wrongdoing to the media

Of course, whistle blowing goes on in the private sector, where some of the most famous figures include former Enron Vice President Sherron Watkins and tobacco executive Jeffrey Wigand. But because government, by its very nature, is supposed to be open and transparent, full disclosure of unethical or illegal behavior in the public sphere is particularly important. Not all of the problems in the public sphere are, however, generated within the government organization; outside vendors, contractors, and individuals can participate in and even breed government corruption.

What does whistle blowing have to do with ethics?

A whistle blower once testified in a California court about how his boss had regularly ordered him to discard some of the company’s toxic waste into a local storm drain rather than dispose of it properly. Why, the judge wanted to know, had the man finally decided to step forward after having participated in this illegal dumping for years. “Well,” the man explained, “I was fishing with my grandson, and it suddenly occurred to me that the waste I was dumping was going to pollute the water so that he might never be able to go fishing with his grandson.”

Whistle blowing has to do with ethics because it represents a person’s understanding, at a deep level, that an action his or her organization is taking is harmful—that it interferes with people’s rights or is unfair or detracts from the common good. Whistle blowing also calls upon the virtues, especially courage, as standing up for principles can be a punishing experience. Even though laws are supposed to protect whistle blowers from retaliation, people who feel threatened by the revelations can ostracize the whistle blower, marginalizing or even forcing him or her out of public office. On the other hand, there have been occasions when the role of whistle blower has actually catapulted people into higher office and has earned the respect of constituents. (eg?)

How can government encourage whistle blowing?

In an article about whistle blowing in a business context. Lilanthi Ravishankar makes a useful distinction between external and internal whistle blowing. She argues that companies should encourage internal whistle blowing so that problems are solved within the organization before employees feel they must go outside to get action. The same is true for government bodies, which need to know about problems early—before illegal contracts must be renegotiated or aquifers have been polluted or the public’s money has been squandered or unethical behavior has become front-page news.

She makes several suggestions about how to encourage internal whistle blowing in companies. We repeat some of them here, with slight modifications for a government context:

  • Create a policy about reporting illegal or unethical practices, which should include:
    • Formal mechanisms for reporting violations, such as hotlines and mailboxesÿ
    • Clear communications about the process of voicing concerns, such as a specific chain of command, or the identification of a specific person to handle complaints
    • Clear communications about bans on retaliation
  • Get endorsement of the policy from top officials—mayor, manager, councilmembers, boards—and publicize the organization’s commitment to the process. Elected and administrative leadership must encourage ethical behavior and hold everyone within the organization to the highest standards, including the disclosure of activities that would have a negative impact on the public’s business.
  • Investigate and follow up promptly on all allegations of misconduct. Report on these investigations to the council or board.

What ethical dilemmas does whistle blowing present?

When a person encounters wrongdoing in the public sphere, his or her first step should probably be to use the organization’s internal whistle blowing mechanisms. William Black, professor of law and economics at University of Missouri-Kansas City, was himself a whistle blower when he worked as a Savings and Loan regulator in the 1980s. During a term as visiting scholar at the Ethics Center, he wrote about his experience:

Whistle blowers in the public sector often face the unique problem that their disclosure may constitute a crime. This can create an ethical dilemma when the ongoing misconduct is severe and there is no reasonable prospect that the abuse will end absent blowing the whistle….I would still recommend trying to get the responsible organs (e.g. your agency’s/department’s congressional oversight committees and/or inspector general) to take action first unless the threat to public safety was imminent.

All government bodies should have fairly straightforward lines of authority. For example, if a councilperson has a problem with city staff, he or she would go to the city manager. If an employee of the water district sees wrongdoing, he or she would start with a supervisor and move up the chain of command, and so forth. It’s always best to start with the mechanisms the organization has set up to deal with problems because these represent the best chance at an amicable solution.

If this process does not produce results, however, it’s not enough to say, “Well, I did my best.” If wrongdoing is not being addressed within the organization, it may be time to move outside—to the district attorney, the grand jury, or to the press.

Kirk Hanson, Ethics Center executive director, and Jerry Ceppos, former vice president/news, Knight-Ridder, have written on the ethics of leaking information to the press and suggest these considerations:

The first thing a potential leaker should ask is the status of the information itself. Is the information “classified,” “proprietary,” or otherwise “protected?” Is there a system in place which clearly considers this information restricted? If the information is clearly intended to be protected, then the leaker must meet a stiff test if he or she wants to leak it.

The second consideration is whether the potential leaker has a specific obligation, legal or ethical, to protect the information, or has the information only because another person violated his or her obligation to keep it secret. If so, then it is a much more serious matter to reveal it.

The third consideration is whether the information is about public or private matters. Information about another’s sexual orientation, about his or her private finances, or about personal phone calls has more of a claim to privacy than information about a person’s actions as a corporate executive or a government official. The difficult cases, of course, are those where the private life of individuals arguably influences their public actions.

Hanson and Ceppos also argue that potential leakers must assess the good and harm their leak may do. When lives are at stake or millions of public dollars are being misappropriated, those concerns for the public good trump the harm to personal privacy or government secrecy.

On the other hand, a leaker must determine if the conduct he or she is exposing represents actual wrongdoing or if it is simply represents a policy disagreement. Of course, much of the public’s business should be debated in public, and speaking up about disagreements on most issues is not only acceptable but also desirable. Closed-door sessions, however, are secret for a reason. Revelations about a city’s interest in a particular piece of property may boost the price of that parcel. Exposure of sensitive information about a hiring or firing decision may needlessly cause harm to an individual. As much as council or board members’ views may differ on these issues, they should remain secret if the problem does not rise to the level of misconduct.

Oct 23, 2015

AC Repair Oak Park, IL – Downers Grove, IL #ac #leak #repair


Heating A/C Service Repair the Chicagoland area and surrounding suburbs such as Westmont, Berwyn, Oak Park, River Forest, Riverside, LaGrange and Westchester IL

Heating and cooling is an essential component in every home and business, keeping family and staff healthy and comfortable, and responsible for half of overall utility costs. Proper installation, conscientious maintenance, and swift repair work is critical to safety, efficiency and reliable performance from your HVAC system. The NATE-certified technicians from Berwyn Western Plumbing and Heating Company draw on years of practical experience, ongoing factory training, and approaching every job with an unparalleled commitment to customer satisfaction to provide the most rewarding service in Westmont and across the Chicagoland area and surrounding suburbs such as Westmont, Berwyn, Oak Park, River Forest, Riverside, LaGrange and Westchester IL.

Whether your plumbing requirements are emergency or nonemergency issues, you need professionals who are not only extensively trained and experienced in system design, but also know the code in the Westmont area. Berwyn Western Plumbing and Heating Company is an Illinois Department of Public Health licensed contractor, member of Chicago’s Local 130 Plumber’s Union, and a Chicago & State of Illinois licensed plumbing contractor. We take service, safety and quality very seriously, and have excelled at bringing outstanding service to home and business owners throughout the Chicagoland area and surrounding suburbs such as Westmont, Berwyn, Oak Park, River Forest, Riverside, LaGrange and Westchester IL for over 65 years.

Kitchen Bathroom Remodeling

When you undertake a remodeling project, you want the very best value from your investment and a finished product that offers the highest level of enjoyment, efficiency and durability. The professionals from Berwyn Western Plumbing and Heating Company bring together experts in plumbing, HVAC, and general contracting to handle the entire job, from start to finish, making sure no corners are cut, no detail left undone, no complications allowed to disrupt the smooth and rewarding completion of your remodel. As a Home Builder Association of Greater Chicago 2003 Gold Key Award Winner, trust the specialists from Berwyn Western Plumbing and Heating Company to answer every item on your wish list with unsurpassed quality.

Welcome to Berwyn Western Plumbing and Heating Company

Family owned and operated since 1950, Berwyn Western Plumbing and Heating Company upholds a tradition of ethical, knowledgeable and skilled service to home and business owners throughout the Chicagoland area and surrounding suburbs such as Westmont, Berwyn, Oak Park, River Forest, Riverside, LaGrange and Westchester IL. Through the most advanced tools and sophisticated training, our team of specialists answers the most challenging projects with lasting, effective and beneficial solutions. We offer residential and commercial heating and cooling installation, service and repair, a broad variety of plumbing services, as well as bathroom, kitchen and general remodeling. If it affects the comfort, enjoyment and safety of your home, chances are Berwyn Western Plumbing and Heating Company handles it, with the care and professionalism you deserve.

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Linux Monitoring, CPU Utilization, Memory Utilization, Disk Utilization, Process Monitoring #system #management,


Linux Monitoring

ManageEngine Applications Manager provides out-of-the-box Linux Server monitoring capabilities. It helps the operations team ensure the servers are up (ping) and also run at peak performance by monitoring CPU usage. memory utilization. processes. disk utilization. disk I/O Stats.

Being an agentless monitoring solution, administrators can setup and start monitoring their critical resources in minutes. View a screenshot.

Alarms and Reporting

With color coded alarms, ability to send E-mail or SMS alarms. and automate corrective actions by executing scripts. administrators will now have more time to focus on other critical activities. Comprehensive reports on Availability, Health, CPU Utilization, Disk Utilization, Memory usage help administrators to do trend analysis and plan inventory.

We support all distributions of linux

Redhat Monitoring, Redhat Enterprise Server Monitoring, Mandriva Monitoring, Fedora Monitoring, SuSe Monitoring, Debian Monitoring, Ubuntu Monitoring and CentOS Monitoring.

How to get started?

Install ManageEngine Applications Manager in a system and configure it (using its Web Client) to monitor other systems or servers in your network via telnet, SSH or SNMP. To configure, you will need to specify only the host name, credentials and mode of monitoring. The entire performance stats get stored in a MySQL database and you get to view your data in a Web Client (that’s a link to our online demo).

“Everything is going well with Applications Manager. It is a straightforward interface that provides great visibility of how well servers and applications are performing. E-mail alarms and notifications are proving extremely useful.”

Other Monitoring Capabilities

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Leak / gas detection

This Technical Measures Document refers to issues surrounding the detection of leaks and gases and what type of containment control systems have been designed to manage unplanned releases.

See also Technical Measures Documents on:

The relevant Level 2 Criterion is:

General principles

The following aspects should be considered with respect to Leak/Gas Detection:

  • Human Factors;
  • Objectives of leak/gas detection systems;
  • Types of leak/gas detectors required;
  • Maintenance of leak/gas detectors; and
  • Management of leak/gas detector systems.

The following issues may contribute towards a major accident or hazard:

  • Unrecognised high-risk areas, where detectors could be used;
  • No detectors or the wrong types in place in high risk areas;
  • Detectors incorrectly positioned and installed on site;
  • Poor level of maintenance and control of detection systems;
  • Too heavy a reliance on ineffective detectors.

Contributory factors for an assessor to consider concerning leak/gas detection

The Safety Report should address the following points:

  • The appropriateness of the types of detectors being used (UV detectors, IR detectors, smoke detectors, intrinsically safe detectors, heat detectors, specific substance detectors, explosimeters) in terms of the environment in which they are located and to perform the duty expected;
  • The effectiveness of using the detectors in terms of their positioning relative to the possible leak sources, taking account of dispersion and dilution of the released gases/vapours;
  • The effectiveness of the detectors for the types of substances to be detected (flammable substances, acid gases, smoke, explosive substances, toxic substances) at the concentrations required. Detectors may be chosen to react to more than one substance;
  • The types of protective devices linked to the detection systems (alarms, warning lights, reaction quenching systems, isolation systems, fire retardant systems, plant shutdown systems, trip devices, emergency services);
  • The reliability of each detector (range of detection, response time of detection, level of maintenance, calibration frequency, performance testing frequency, proof testing);
  • The detectors can be clearly seen, heard and understood, (appropriate warning signs, lighting, noise recognition), on plant, in the control room and off-site (if appropriate);
  • The procedures to respond to alarms, as a result of a leak/gas being detected (emergency evacuation plans, fire drills, risk assessing existing emergency evacuation plans), to confirm that the release has actually occurred and to record and investigate false alarms and take action to change the system to maintain the confidence of operators;
  • The level of risk associated with each potential leak source (risk assessments, risk-rating systems) and the reduction in that assessed risk value achieved by the use of detectors;
  • The provision and accessibility (to operators, maintenance staff etc)of a sufficient site plan which maps all potentially hazardous areas (zones 0, 1 2, segregation of compatible hazardous substances);
  • The detectors conform to British Standards such as BASEEFA (British Approved Service of Electrical Equipment in Flammable Atmospheres), if required.

Contributory factors for an assessor to consider concerning fire detection and control

The Safety Report should address the following points:

  • The types of fire detector systems in place (infrared detectors, ultraviolet light detectors, temperature detectors, smoke detectors);
  • The area covered by the detection system;
  • The reliability of the fire detection systems (fail-to-danger faults, spurious alarms); and
  • The types of fire protection systems in place (fire proofing, water sprays, foam/filming agents, monitor guns, combustible gas monitors, foam on tanks, fire walls/barrier walls, emergency relief venting for buildings, dust explosion control).

Major hazards

The Safety Report should address the following points:

  • Detector fails to detect in time (i.e. response time of instrument and/or response to high reading/alarm failing to prevent a major accident),
  • Detector fails in undetected unsafe state (reading zero),
  • Alarms, warning devices and protective devices fail to operate on demand,
  • A leak occurs which cannot be detected (due to position of sensor or weather conditions), and
  • Maintenance procedures not followed, increasing unavailability of system or rendering system ineffective.

Guidance and Codes of Practice relating to leak/gas detection

The following publications can be used as guidance material relating to safety issues surrounding the use of gas/leak detectors:

  • HS(G)22 Electrical apparatus for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, HSE, Not in current HSE list.
    Paragraph 6 – 18 refers to 8 types of protection against ignition in a potentially flammable atmosphere.
    Paragraph 20 refers to flameproof equipment having to meet BS 5501. Part 5. 1977. Also, all electrical apparatus must be approved by BASEEFA if used in flammable environments.
    Paragraph 51 refers to maintenance schedules listed in BS 5345 .
    Paragraph 58 refers to the relevant legislation applicable to electrical apparatus in explosive atmospheres.
  • LPGA COP 1 Bulk LPG storage at fixed installations. Part 1. Design, installation and operation of vessels located above ground, LP Gas Association, 1998.
    Supersedes HS(G)34 Storage of LPG at fixed installations, HSE, 1987.
    Part 1, Appendix A.1 recommends the use of suitably calibrated explosimeters to test for leak detection.
  • HS(G)34 Storage of LPG at fixed installations, HSE, 1987.
    Paragraph 21 refers to containment pits where it recommends that gas detectors be installed in case of leaks.
  • HS(G)176 The storage of flammable liquids in tanks. HSE, 1998.
    Paragraph 35 refers to electrical apparatus used in explosive atmospheres and refers to BS EN 60079-10 .
  • HS(G)113 Lift trucks in potentially flammable atmospheres, HSE, 1996.
    Paragraph 43 refers to the use of intrinsically safe gas detection systems which will automatically shut down a truck in the event of a spillage or release of flammable vapour in a zone 2.
    Paragraph 46 refers to gas detectors being constructed to a zone 1 standard and set to operate at 25% of the lower explosive limit of a gas or vapour.
  • CS1 Industrial use of flammable gas detectors, HSE, Not in current HSE list.
    This document highlights the accuracy, instrument errors and the safety precautions required for the use of flammable gas detectors.

Further reading material

  • Control of Major Hazards – (3rd Report): Appendix 6 Heavy Gas Dispersion. ISBN: 0115537532 .
    Appendix 6 refers to the use of gas detectors to generate hazardous substances dispersion profile data.

Case studies illustrating the importance of leak / gas detection


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Uponor Pex Repipe – The World’s First, Best, And Most Widely Used System For Single Family Homes And Residential Units.

What is PEX?

PEX is an acronym for crosslinked polyethylene. It is a flexible, durable, proven piping product that has been used in plumbing systems for more than 20 years. PEX tubing won’t pit, scale or corrode and, because of its flexibility, it also offers potential freeze-damage protection.

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Uponor Pex plumbing systems feature PEX-a tubing, which is considered the superior PEX tubing manufacturing method in the industry. PEX-a is the most flexible of all PEX types, and because of its shape and thermal memory, it can use ProPEX expansion fittings which are the only fitting system that actually gets stronger over time – making it highly leak resistant.

1) Repiping in a home begins at the transition point.

2) The transition point is the point where the potable water system enters the building from the exterior of the building.

3) Repiping a potable water system means you totally abandon the existing potable system and replace it with a new system.

4) The first step in repiping your home is masking or “covering” the floors, and this must be completed before the walls are masked off. This overlap “ enveloped ” system allows the plastic sheeting to be rolled up in one continuous motion.

5) Cutting the sheetrock: You will be shocked at how little sheetrock has to be removed for the layout and installation of a new potable water system. A real Pex Plumber is an expert at HVAC, framing, plumbing, and electrical layout, and will lay out the home pex repipe in the most effective route. The better the repiper. the smaller and fewer the drywall holes!

6) A “GREEN REPIPE” potable water system refers to a Pex repipe potable system only – such as UPONOR or ZURN with corrosion resistant fittings. CPVC and copper systems are not green systems.

7) The drywall pieces that are removed must be used in the patching process as each texture is a little different in thickness. This gives you a uniform surface thickness as you start the repair process. Each piece goes back in the hole it came from.

8) Repipe with an approved material. There are currently three main materials used in pex repiping jobs across the US: copper pipe and fittings, CPVC pipe and fittings, and PEX repipe and fittings. (DO NOT USE CPVC, IT IS THE NEXT POLYBUTYLENE)

9) Repipe inspections must be performed by the local building inspectors after the repipe is completed, with the system under full water pressure.

10) The signed inspection card must be given to the homeowner after the PEX repipe inspection is completed.

11) Drywall repair begins after all the necessary backing has been installed. Backing supports the drywall pieces that were removed to access the potable water pipes and accommodate the repiping of a new Pex repipe or copper potable water system.

12) The fiberglass mesh tape must be used 100% of the time.

13) The patches must be pre-filled with quick set patching compound. The compound comes in 18lb bags, and because it is a powder, it must be mixed with water. This locks the perimeter of each patch and will make the area of the patch stronger than it was before the work process began. The reason this is important is that when you close the doors in the house, the walls flex just a little bit, and if you do not perform this method of repair, the patch will fracture over time from the flex/vibration caused by shutting the doors.

14) Do not coat the drywall patches with regular all-purpose joint compound on the repipe patches.This is a common practice and the patches will crack later 100% of the time, even if it’s years later.

15) Coat all the repipe drywall patches with quick set patching compound only. USG will do and you can find it at any home and hardware store, or you will have fractures in the walls at the patch locations.

16) Float all the walls with quick set patching compound and use a 12″ drywall knife and stagger each coat until the walls become smooth and flat. The next step is wet sanding the patches and this must be done if you want the patches to blend in perfectly after the texture is applied. The reason you’ve seen bad patches in the past is that repairmen do not know how to “kill the edges.” This is an old drywall term that means you must do the detail wet sanding work and there is no short cut.

17) Texture to match the existing texture, and this is not as easy as you might think. This is a real art form for the few that know what they are doing. Also, if the texture is spray texture, you must sponge off the overspray for the texture to match. Nothing gives away the location of a patch more than overspray that is painted over and not “killing the edges.”

18) Paint to match the existing paint. All repipe companies color match the same way. They run down to their local hardware store and have the computer color matching done by the man behind the counter. This is beginner color matching. The proper way to color match is hand color matching. First, match the paint sheen. Second, computer match for the base color. Third, tint for color adjustment. Fourth, match the color and sheen after the paint sample has dried. Repeat if necessary. Did you know that the paint color on the wall after it dries will be different than the paint color while it is wet and in the can?

19) If you follow the basic repiping rules, after a very short time you will not be able to point out all the drywall patches from the repair. You will simply forget where the holes were due to the patches receiving the proper floating, texture and painting techniques. Your friends, neighbors, relatives, and even plumbing contractors will not be able to find the patches.

20) This is a basic guideline for a home repipe. and if done, properly you will have a repipe that was done as well as a repipe can be done.

At Integrity Repipe. we provide total abandonment of your existing potable system, and there are never hidden extras, and we don’t hire subcontractors. You’ll receive nothing but the finest, most complete and professional job in the industry. The scope will be for a lead-free and yellow brass -free potable “GREEN SYSTEM” with a full lifetime warranty that covers material and labor.

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Trenchless Pipelining Systems #trenchless #pipelining, #sipp, #cured #in #place #pipe, #epoxy #pipe


Trenchless Pipelining Systems Made In The USA. Perma-Liner™ (PLI) is the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment, cipp products & materials in North America. Since 1999 PLI has developed systems to rehabilitate existing sewer systems without excavation.

Our experience in the CIPP (Cured-In-Place-Pipe) industry has allowed Perma-Liner™ to design, patent, and manufacture state of the art technology. Based on the design of the equipment and materials, PLI has the ability to offer compact “User-Friendly” systems. Perma-Liner™ provides complete “Turn-Key” Trailer or Truck Build-Out Packages, Certification / Training, Technical Support, Marketing Support and Specification & Design Support.

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Clearwater, FL, October 14, 2016– To meet our growing demand, Perma-Liner ™ has opened a distribution facility in the Philadelphia metro area of New Castle, Delaware. This new facility will support the current 60,000 square foot manufacturing and distribution center in Clearwater, FL, our West Coast distribution center in Anaheim, CA and our Midwest distribution center in Plainfield, IL.

This location will allow for the convenience of on-site pickup and local delivery. As well as prompt next day service for all of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. This facility will offer full stocking of CIPP materials and equipment. Direct 24-hour assistance will be available to all Certified Perma-Liner ™ Installers.

The Northeast Grand Opening is taking place October 25th – 27th and will feature the applauded “Sealing the System” presentation, live demonstrations, Turn-Key Trailers and the latest CIPP technology.


Alpharetta GA Plumbers: Leak Detection #alpharetta #ga #plumbers,leak #detection


Alpharetta GA Plumbers: Leak Detection by R.S.Andrews Plumbing

Compromised pipes can lead to all manner of problems, from frustration to damaged plumbing and property, making correct leak detection important to a free flowing house. Any time there is a noticeable change in water pressure, unexplained standing water, puddles, or even odd noises coming from the plumbing, it is time to call in a knowledgeable professional Alpharetta plumber from R.S. Andrews to see if a leak exists somewhere in the water lines.

How Does My Alpharetta Plumber do Leak Detection?

The best method of leak detection depends on where the pipe is located. Inside pipes are usually easy to get to, and the gas filling method works best. Typically, industrial hydrogen is pumped into the pipe, and a device that is sensitive to the gas is run over the pipes. If any leak exists, it gets picked up. learn more at Gilbert AZ Air Conditioning Repair .

What about outside pipes?

Our Alpharetta plumbing crews arrive with the latest technology for finding leaks in water and natural gas lines. Outside pipes are often buried, making access to them difficult. However, radar waves can easily go through dirt and the pipes, making them great for outside leak detection. When the radar unit passes over a spot that is compromised or cracked, it will register differently from intact piping, making pinpointing the leak easier. As an additional benefit, with the leak pinpointed, less of the yard has to be dug up, incurring less labor costs and disruption.

Old School Leak Detection

Some plumbers still use the geophone, which resembles a stethoscope and works on a similar principal. Water leaking from a pipe makes a different noise than water that is flowing through the pipe, and listening for these variations in sound is how the geophone does leak detection. The drawback to the method, however, is that direct access to the pipe is needed, and oddly enough, big leaks produce little to no sound that can be picked up.

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