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Bulk Flow Meter, Khujand (Tajikistan)

Nevertheless of large investments done in the past years, a large part of the water supply infrastructure in Khujand is old and in bad shape. Infrastructural deficiencies lead to big water losses and partially to contamination of the drinking water. The water supply of several parts of the city is not reliable and running water is only available a few hours a day.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) together with the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) started a programme to rehabilitate the dilapidated water supply infrastructure. The Khujand Water Supply Improvement Programme (Phase III) includes the supply and installation of bulk flow meters to be installed on the main water pipes near the pumping stations. In addition 19 pressure sensors will be installed at strategic points. All flow-and pressure sensors will permanent communicate data to a central SCADA system.
After putting into operation the customer will have a great overview of the main water supply regarding flow, flow direction and pressure. By analyzing the data, detection of water losses will be easier.
All above will be a step forward to reduce the non revenue water!


Task:

Supply and installation of bulk flow meters and ancillary equipment in Khujand.


Period:

December 2017 - June 2018


Location:

Khujand, Tajikistan

    Supply and Installation of:

  • 12 Bulk Flow Meters up to DN 800, installed in the existing water network with GPRS / G3 Modems

  • 19 Digital pressure transmitters with GPRS / G3 Modems

  • Ancillary equipment like valves, flanges DN 200 till DN 800

  • Central dispatcher center with SCADA system for all data from flow meters and pressure transmitters


Principal:

CSUE Khujandvodokanal

Financed by:

Government of the Swiss Confederation, State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO)

 

Consultant:

HOLINGER - International Consultants