Charlotte, NC -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/07/2014 -- InfoSense, Inc., a leading specialist in acoustic inspection technology, is highlighting its cutting-edge website for municipalities and wastewater contractors seeking innovative sewer inspection and sewer cleaning solutions: InfoSenseInc.com
The website features a clean, user-friendly interface that helps users to learn more about the company's line of Sewer Line Cleaning optimization technologies, such the acclaimed SL-RAT for wastewater collection assessment. There are dedicated sections for each product, as well as detailed case studies and white papers that demonstrate the effectiveness of InfoSense solutions.
Prospective customers can easily research the full InfoSense, Inc. product lineup, such as specifications, operational applications, and more. A news section provides the latest information on recent awards, company events, and product developments.
The website's proprietary Sewer-Line Data Organizer (SL-DOG) allows subscribers to securely access SL-RAT assessment data from almost any Internet-capable device, from where they can visualize and manage their data in a number of different formats. This helps users prioritize their CCTV and sewer cleaning activities to focus on the pipes that have the most significant blockage issues first, thus reducing the cleaning of pipes that are already clean and minimizing sanitary sewer overflows (SSO's) while saving money at the same time.
InfoSense, Inc.'s informative website is a testament to its dedication to provide optimal solutions to the problems faced by water and wastewater professionals. Those wishing to learn more are encouraged to contact the company directly at 877-747-3245.
About InfoSense, Inc.
InfoSense, Inc. was formed in 2007 out of technology developed at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The technology itself is a revolutionary and patented pipe inspection product, which uses sound waves to non-invasively detect blockage conditions with minimal effort and no confined space entry. The company's name – which blends "Information" and "Sensors" – reflects its dedication to offering the most advanced acoustic sensor tools on the market. As of 2014, over 50 utilities around the world have used the SL-RAT to inspect over 10 million feet of gravity-fed sewer lines.