The FlowMaid is a small monitor used to record level, flow, volume and discrete events. In its submersible small enclosure, it can operate for 3 years while powering an ultrasonic sensor and a cellular modem.
Station performance analyzer - The MerMaid software is the only tool to integrate electrical and hydraulic analysis. It is made of two products, a datalogger and a software.
Welcome to Maidlabs Technologies
Maid Labs Technologies offers advanced motor and pump performance analysis, volumetric flow meters with real time analog output, and data loggers to monitor level, pressure, and CSO/SSO applications. The MaidMaps web server has been created by Maid Labs to display your data in real time, and create reports that are easily accessible and easy to read.
Take a look around our website and watch our videos to find out more. Don't forget to register your name to be invited to our upcoming webinars!
Training and Support
The training and support section of this website has been designed to help our users install and run our products.
More training videos will be added throughout the Spring of 2013.
In this section you can also access our FAQ's and answers to frequently asked questions, if the information you are looking for is not here please get in touch.
Maid Labs Integration
Our products are easy to intergrate into your present working environment. If the need arises we are always here to assist our clients with product intergration, support and training!
Maid Labs Softwares run on Windows® XP, Vista, 7 and 8. All data can be exported to your other software applications.
Canada’s Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations (WSER)
Canada dumps over 150 billion litres (40 billion gallons) of untreated and undertreated wastewater (sewage) into its waterways every year. The Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations(WSER) are now in force. Wastewater Monitoring is currently a requirement. The Regulations take the steps towards managing combined sewer overflows. Owners and operators of wastewater systems with combined sewers must record information on the quantity and frequency of effluent discharged from them and to submit annual reports and develop a plan of reduction. The quantity can be calculated using an open channel flow meter made to record the frequency of sanitary sewer overflow events and able to generate reports in the format required by the Effluent Regulatory Reporting Information System (ERRIS).
See what goes on at Maid Labs and the team working on our innovative solutions.