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Samotics secures £10mn contract with Yorkshire Water

Yorkshire Water has selected Samotics as the sole supplier of electrical signature analysis (ESA) for its full sewage network until at least 2025.

The three-year contract, worth £10 million, is part of Yorkshire Water’s Dynamic Maintenance program.

In January 2022, two tenders were issued for two different condition-based monitoring (CBM) technologies: vibration and thermography, and ESA.

The ESA tender focused on optimizing Yorkshire Water’s sewage network to ensure it delivers a reliable and safe service to its customers across Yorkshire and the Humber. In addition to sewage network optimization, the tender sought to protect and optimize high-risk, large energy-consuming assets with long lead times that are notoriously difficult and expensive to monitor with conventional means. To meet these requirements, Samotics will utilize among others its automated clogging detection tool, which detects early signs of clogging to prevent pollution incidents and damage to pumps.

After a competitive bid process, Yorkshire Water selected Samotics SAM4 as its ESA technology of choice. Samotics will monitor assets across the full sewage network, which is made up of over 1,000 stations, delivering services to 5.2 million customers and 140,000 businesses. The initial contract win is for 36 months, with the potential to extend by an additional 24 months.

SAM4 will also form a critical component of Yorkshire Water’s energy efficiency strategy – which aims to reduce electricity use by 28% by 2030 – as it provides full power and quality efficiency analysis across monitored assets.

Jasper Hoogeweegen, CEO of Samotics, said: “ESA is demonstrating clear value across the water industry, and we’re delighted that Yorkshire Water has selected Samotics to realize these benefits. Our SAM4 solutions will help to deliver a reliable service to Yorkshire Water’s customers while reducing costs and improving sustainability.”

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