Technology that puts water to work.


Intelligent Automation

Proprietary automation algorithms help improve labor efficiency and increase safety on location. Process level control responds intelligently to changes in job conditions in real-time.

Remote Control & Solar Power

A remote portal allows control of assets and valves from any location. Solar arrays allow remote startup and shutdown independent of pump power.

Asset Tracking and Fuel

Onboard GPS tracking of assets and fuel help reduce trips to remote locations and improve safety.

Remote Monitoring & Alerts

Real-time and historical data are accessible via mobile device. Alerts can be set to notify operators of an approaching threshold.

SCADA System

WaterONE is scalable across multiple projects allowing operators to make broad assessments of water assets.

Water Treatment Integration

WaterONE is a key component during treatment operations by integrating with our automated chemical dosing systems, automated proportioning systems and conductivity sensors.

Automated Pumps

WaterONE Automated Water Transfer Pumps use multiple sensors and proprietary programming to operate and maintain desired water flow rates by modulating pressure within the system. Find out more

Automated Proportioning System

The WaterONE Automated Proportioning System allows operators can combine two fluid streams to extend the life of water sources and reduce dependence on salt-water disposal wells. Find out more

Automated Manifolds

Our WaterONE Automated Manifolds work with level sensors to automatically direct, combine or halt the flow of water to multiple destinations and storage tanks. Find out more

WaterONE™ automation is powered by AquaView®, our proprietary software and web interface allowing customers to remotely monitor the volume and quality of water assets in real-time. Login here >

  • View available water volume at anytime
  • View real-time pump rates into and out of impoundments
  • Automated emailed reports every day or available online anytime
  • Water quality data from fresh or produced water
  • Alarms at user specified high/low levels or approaching freeboard
  • Avoid overflows and detects leaks

 

  1. U.S. Patent No. 9,963,961, entitled “Automated System for Monitoring and Controlling Water Transfer during Hydraulic Fracturing”