QED are specialist Surge Control Systems providers, with over 20 years’ expert engineering knowledge.

QED do not use third party engineers, keeping everything in-house. So we can guarantee you exceptional customer service.

QED can ensure the appropriateness of your Surge Control Systems, reducing the risk of burst pipes, water leakage and ensuring DWI compliance.

QED can train your staff to maintain and monitor control systems, minimising the risk of leaks and increasing the life of your equipment.

The QED QUBE 3 can automatically maintain the critical Initial Air Volume (IAV) in Surge Vessels, which ensures your network is always protected.

Welcome to Quantum Engineering Developments

QED, is an industry leading engineering company specialising in supplying and installing Surge Control Systems, bespoke Compressor Packages for DAF, Instrumentation, backwashing etc, controls and system refurbishment. For over 20 years, QED has been successfully supporting and servicing major water and wastewater utilities in the UK and internationally. To maintain our superior quality of service QED only use in-house engineers, specifically qualified and trained in this very specialist area.

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QED Guarantees You:

Real Focus On Quality

Right first time, every time – no compromise

Qualified In-house Engineers

So you only deal with fully trained staff

Exceptional Customer Service

Guaranteed by keeping everything in-house

Specialist Expert Knowledge

Benefit from over 20 year’s experience

Superior Product Range

Using market-leading technology

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Sheffield University research: Negative pressure in leaking pipes can draw harmful contaminants into drinking water

Study by Professor Joby Boxall, University of Sheffield

An important study by engineers at the University of Sheffield is the first to prove conclusively that contaminants can enter pipes through leaks and be transported through the pipe network. The pressure in mains water pipes usually forces water out through leaks, preventing anything else from getting in. But when there is a significant pressure drop in a damaged section of pipe, water surrounding the pipe can be sucked in through the hole.

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