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Flushing programs are complex for field crews to coordinate. They require complex sequential coordination among crews. They work across the entire network with process disruptions and need timely cooperation from multiple crews.
Water mains need to be flushed to extend their useful life – whether by conventional or unidirectional flushing methods. Proper flushing helps your distribution system stay compliant, reduce consumer complaints, improve water quality, remove bacterial growth, sediments, and biofilms, restore flows and pressures, and identify missing/broken valves/hydrants.
Coordinate activities in real-time across teams with sequential work models. Alert decision-makers to perform action at the right step in the process
Record every detail of your progress so an entirely new field crew can pick up exactly where yesterday’s left off
Log up-to-date and accurate valve/hydrant information. Use GIS modeling to plan your entire flushing program from start to finish
Eliminate the guesswork by using Utility Cloud to establish velocity targets and maintain optimal water pressure
Utility Cloud gives crews the ability to work through flushing sequences collaboratively. One crew can perform work while the other moves to the next step in a zone. As soon as work is complete, the next sequenced asset can be exercised.
When work gets interrupted, the queue remains in sequence. Closed valves will stay on the map and can be picked up the next day. Step by step instructions (or additional metadata to collect) can be added to any asset on a route.
Administer quick UDF programs by uploading Excel files with sequence data. Editing your UDF program is as easy as editing cell data and reimporting the file into Utility Cloud.