The diagrams above display the allocation of costs in a leakage management program. The LeekSeek approach generally follows the 3:2:1 principle. i.e, Three surveys the first year, two the second and one the third year. Each survey has a specific objective. The first survey is in principle a status check to determine the leakage volume and cost.
This determines the financial guidelines for the program and the amount of resources that can be devoted to it. Second survey focuses on the causes and problem areas to resolve. The third survey confirms the re-occurrence rate and that the technical improvements had an effect.
The following surveys strive to continue to improve and reveal products and methods that are the true causes of leakages. The LeekSeek system provides all the necessary information to allow you to improve, control, monitor, the costs- of leakages, surveys and repair. Control of these factors enables you to maximise savings.