Understanding Burst Rate Patterns of Water Pipes
ISBN: 1 84057 242 6
A range of different water companies have supplied UKWIR with their pipe burst data for the last few years and these have been combined into one �national� database. The level of detail in some of the data from smaller companies is very good and this has combined well with the large numbers of bursts recorded by the big PLCs.
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