LPS uses the Venturi effect and the basic scientific premise that water under negative pressure cannot escape through a hole or breach in a pipe, hose, or joint.
“We spent a substantial amount of time trialling pipework sizes and designs to ensure sufficient velocity, and spent time with Venturi designers to overcome issues of noise and vibration,” added Simon.
The ground-breaking system has already won industry-wide recognition. It has previously won a string of awards for its state-of-the-art development and design including a 2015 Queen’s Award for Enterprise (Innovation) in the UK, also in recognition of the LPS.
The system is being exhibited in partnership with client Nautilus Data Technologies at Super Computing 2016 expo from November 14 to 17 in Salt Lake City.