The leading experts for reducing non-revenue water in Scandinavia.
Leif Koch is the oldest leak detection company in Denmark. Our innovative strategies for leak detection and localisation reduces costs and save water resources. We assist institutions in Denmark and worldwide to meet the ever increasing need to reduce non-revenue water.
We sell leak detection instruments and offers training courses to ensure their proper use.
Leif Koch utilises the most advanced instruments and technologies and continually trains its staff in their use.
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Leif Koch is part of a collaborative project that combines the technologies and services of the most innovative companies in the Danish Water Technology Industry. We work to reduce water loss on pipeline systems by creating new, innovative technologies.
In 2013, Leif Koch participated in a project in Rajkot, India, in collaboration with DHI and Grundfos. We worked to improve and stabilize the local water supply, as water scarcity was so extreme that Rajkot inhabitants only had running water for a few hours each day. Leif Koch provided leak detection services for the Rajkot […]
In 2014, Leif Koch, DHI, and Ramböll partnered with the Taipei Office of the Trade Council of Denmark and the Taiwan Water Corporation for a pilot project to reduce water loss in Taiwan. These organizations sent a team of leakage engineers and operators to work at a test site on Chijin Island. With the rising […]
In the capital region of Denmark, they listen carefully to their water distribution networks. The country’s two largest water suppliers, HOFOR (Greater Copenhagen Utility) and Novafos, have transformed parts of their water distribution networks around Copenhagen into full-scale demonstration areas with state-of-the-art technology
25-50% of all distributed water globally is lost or never invoiced due to illegal connections, inaccurate billing systems, inaccurate metering, leakages, deteriorating infrastructure and wrong water pressure management etc. – or in short Non-Revenue Water (NRW). This white paper examines how water utilities can improve efficiency and meet future demand for water by reducing Non-Revenue Water.