The potable water supply lines and sewerage systems of any nation are worth billions as a complex infrastructural gem consisting of multiple underground lines that must be continuously expanded, improved, checked, maintained, and repaired.
IFAT manufacturers provide all the components required for this. Containers, shafts, and pipes are offered in all sizes and in a range of materials such as concrete, fiber cement, stoneware, stainless steel, and plastic. Cutting-edge corrosion resistance guarantees the durability required by the market. There is also an almost unimaginable range of drains, fittings, and seals at IFAT to accompany the pipes, cables, and channels.
The infrastructure is installed using state-of-the-art machines and equipment. Accurate measuring and control technology ensures operations are monitored and managed effectively.
When water and sewage networks are installed, affordable and efficient maintenance is essential to preserve their function and value. The latest machines, equipment, and technologies for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing are therefore also presented at IFAT.
One key issue the water industry is currently dealing with is digitization. What opportunities and challenges does digitization offer, where does it make sense and where is it superfluous? IFAT provides important landmarks on the way to Water 4.0: How can data and processes in water management be digitally networked and how can the task of providing public services be optimally supported? How can small and medium-sized water suppliers benefit from a digital control system and take the step towards digitization?
Exhibitors from the sector water and sewerage networks can be found in halls B2, B3, C3 and C4: The subjects of ducts, pipes and sewers are now to be found in Halls B2 and B3, the subjects of their construction and maintenance in Halls C3 and C4, fitting and outlets can be found in hall C2.