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The Florence WTP required replacing and updates old equipment to improve the plant’s reliability, extend its operating life and meet stricter water quality regulations. Updating a 125-year-old water facility, it’s a high-risk, high-stakes undertaking.

To fulfil the task at hand, the district undertook two major improvement projects. Primarily upgrading the SCADA and control system, and overlapping that project, the second project involved upgrading the existing filtration building.


What is Scada Project?


We at BR Instrumentation & controls works on fact that of the potable water requires little to no pumping, as the water travels via a gravity feed from large storage tanks. Water SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) Project has been configured to control various equipment and monitor the water throughout this entire process.


Where Analog and digital input and output modules connect to :


  • Various Level transducers that track water levels in large reservoirs and tanks.
  • Every Pressure transducers in pipes that measure pressure in pounds per square inch (psi) within each zone and ensure that water is pumped and is flowing efficiently as its being delivered.
  • All Flow meters measure how many gallons of water per minute are being delivered.
  • Every Pressure-sustaining, pressure-reducing, and other valves that open and close incrementally to adjust the rate at which the water flows.

Our Water Scada Projects system monitors and control all water and reclaimed water for the targeted areas in Pune and all over India.

Any Basic SCADA system encompasses three large reservoir impounds, 14 reservoirs, and 20 pressure-reducing stations used to monitor more than 500 miles of distribution pipeline.


The key components for Scada systems are :


  • Sensors
  • Conversion Units
  • Master Units
  • Communication Network

Considering every basic and advanced parameters we BR Instrumentation & controls provides Best Water Scada Projects in Pune and all over India.