Operation and maintenance of transmission line and networks, etc.

Transmission lines and water supply networks refer to a set of facilities, including pipes, fittings and valves, that are built to transfer fluids (liquids and gases) from one point to another. The most important parts of a water supply network or transmission lines include pipes with different types of materials, pumping station to supply line pressure, valves to control and operate the transmission line. In order to design a supply network or water transmission lines, the most important parameters include the difference between the height of the point of origin and the point of delivery, the length of the path and the amount of water flow rate. transmission lines execute underground and buried.
transmission lines are a number of pipes with large diameters and long distances. As a result, any event such as breakage, cracking, leakage, etc. will be most likely. These events also occur frequently in distribution or collection networks. Managers and operators should be fully acquainted with the methods of controlling and preventing events and give the necessary training to their forces to deal with it. Daily controls, complete familiarity with the risks and necessary training to personnel, design of specific PM tables for each network and the use of up-to-date control equipment are the needs for the operation of networks and water and sewage transmission lines.

Pumping stations can be present in the treatment plant and collection network and is always one of the most important and vital units.
• Adjust the pressure and flow rate of operating point of the pump
• Control the level of tanks and their connection with the pump
• Periodic lubrication of bearings
• control of pump coupling
• control of electromotor temperature
• Control of valves and instruments
are important tasks.