300 ft of 8-inch ductile leaking with no water surfacing, failing a pressure test. We found the leak in a half-hour by the end valve. They started digging to verify the mark, but it took forever because of the high water table. We waited until confirmed.
Tony was out to Cottage Grove for RL Larson Contracting. They failed their pressure test, so they called us out to investigate a possible leak. We found a water leak on a slip joint.
Jake Jorgensen was out helping the city of Medina locating a leak. While it may seem obvious for cities to dig where the water is coming up, this particular leak was 65ft away from where it was surfacing! This is a perfect example that water can travel even during the summer months!
WCS was up in Biwabik/Giants Ridge. They were loosing roughly 2 million gallons a month. Even though most of the town is plastic, he was able to locate 1 service leak at the corp and 5 hydrant leaks!
Tony was In Columbia Heights. They drilled a hole on his mark, water was surfacing on the other side of the street before they drilled this hole.
Leak Detectors Dan Swenson and Tom Huberty finding a leak in White Bear Lake. They dug and fixed on our mark where they are standing. The water was surfacing behind the yellow truck roughly 100' away.
WCS was out in White Bear Township for a leak. The road looked like the Mississippi River!
Leak Detector Tom Huberty was out in Maplewood locating a leak for Valley Rich.
WCS was called out to Brooklyn Park for an 18” water main break! Turned the road into a lake.