Our data logging equipment enables Airwell to provide our clients with a highly accurate record of the flow test from start to finish.
Our equipment includes:
Mag Flow meter for recording of flow rates.
Variable speed drive to control the pump speed and flow rate.
Pressure transducers & bubbler tube to monitor standing water levels in the bore.
Additional capabilities to monitor SWL in any observation bores located in the vicinity of the flow test.
All equipment is PLC controlled and can be set to automatically take readings every 5 to 60 seconds as required by the client. All pumping parameters can be entered and/or modified in the PLC by the operators on site.
All monitoring equipment is mounted inside a steel skid unit for protection and ease of transport.
New: With the introduction of a SCADA control unit to our testing equipment we are now able to remotely monitor the flow testing results live from our offices in Perth.
This also provides the client the opportunity to progressively review the results and request changes to the flow testing parameters. This is a unique feature only available from Airwell.
Airwell Group | Pump Flow Testing & Dewatering Pumps
Airwell Group Pty Ltd is a family owned company that has been trading since 1985. In the early 1980s Managing Director Alan Brown set about designing and building water pumping systems for the agricultural industry in Western Australia. The system needed to operate remotely from power, be economical to run and safer and more reliable than existing water pumping methods such as windmills and solar pumping systems.
After several design attempts and many modifications later, the first Airwell pumps were sold to the agricultural market in 1984. On the back of continued success of the pumping system and its unique design Alan was issued with a patent in 1986 for the Airwell Pump. After winning the Commercial Inventors Award at the Newdegate Field Day in 1987 and the success of the pump, Airwell Pumps Pty Ltd the company was officially launched in 1988.