Drinking water treatment and distribution


The Water Truck Filling Management System is a complete solution that involves integrated equipment, software and services. TOMUS has been in this market for 11 years, having as clients companies in the Sanitation sector, State Civil Defenses and the Brazilian Army.


  • Significant increase in revenue.
  • Automation of the water filling process for water trucks.
  • Self-service by drivers with full control of who supplied and how much was delivered, avoiding fraud, and reducing waste.
  • Less need for people directly involved in the process, reducing labor costs and inefficient controls.
  • Eliminates paperwork and circulation of tickets or spreadsheets.
  • Real-time information and not subject to change by malicious personnel.
  • Immediate reduction in the loss rate.
  • Allows continuous operation (24 hours a day, 7 days a week): higher revenue.
  • Access information in real time and via reports.
  • Possibility of integration with collection systems (NF or slips).

The solution consists of:

  • Web System: highly available Cloud server software. Allows registration and monitoring via usage monitoring, in addition to issuing statements and much more. It does not require the use of any of our client’s IT infrastructure.
  • Control panel: panel developed by TOMUS, it makes the electrical control of the pump or valve, monitors the macro flow meter, and communicates with the Web system, on the internet (via cellular network or LAN). Solar powered off-grid version available.
  • Services: installation, proactive monitoring of operation with SLA, remote support for spare parts, permanent warranty on items manufactured by TOMUS, generation of backups, etc.
  • Mobile application: allows drivers to start filling their vehicles and keep track their usage (statement).
  • Simple-to-use application.
  • The filling point does not need to have cellular network coverage.
Automation and Efficiency of Pumping Stations

Sanitation companies are intense consumers of electricity. These expenses represent about 30% of a company’s operating cost, generally ranking second after personnel expenses. A considerable part of the electrical energy expenditure is for the operation of pumps in collection stations and lifting stations.

TOMUS has experience in water motor pump control and remote monitoring, having carried out several projects that included:

  • Development of supervision systems.
  • Design, assembly, installation and configuration of electric drive panels (inverters or soft-starters) and control with PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers).
  • Flow, pressure and level sensors.
  • Power factor correction capacitors.
  • Meters of qualitative and quantitative quantities of electrical energy.
  • Grounding systems.
  • Communication and telecommunications networks, using radio (RF), cellular modems, LoRa, etc.
  • Solar panels.
  • Control room implementation.
  • Providing extended warranty after-sales support.

The use of variable actuation techniques (depending on consumption demand) can reduce electricity costs by around 30%, without impacting the quality of supply. In addition to direct savings, there is also the efficiency of consumable supplies, reduction of leaks, increase in the useful life of materials, postponement of investments, better use of water and gain of image with the population.

Flow Monitoring in Distribution Networks

TOMUS works with several manufacturers of flow measurement equipment. We help our customers to identify the appropriate products for each situation, whether in pressurized water pipelines, semi-filled channels or even situations of variable operation.

By constant monitoring the flow at various points in the network, along with our web-based software “T.I. Industrial”, we can create a scenario for automatic identification of possible leaks and alerts for urgent repairs.

The development of a water balance solution with artificial intelligence is the way for a company to get to know its network and be able to act proactively to improve its operation.