Drinking water flushing

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Innovyze announced Generation V10 of InfoWater UDF, its geocentric solution for unidirectional flushing of drinking water distribution systems. By removing stagnant water along with mineral and sediment deposits that accumulate over time, the process effectively restores hydraulic capacity and improves water quality. InfoWater UDF can help utilities improve water quality by restoring the disinfectant residual, reducing bacterial regrowth, dislodging biofilms, removing sediments and deposits, controlling corrosion, restoring flows and pressures, eliminating taste and odor problems, and reducing disinfectant demand throughout the system. These benefits prolong the life expectancy of the distribution system as they reduce the potential for waterborne disease outbreaks.

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