Fluid Conservation Systems will feature its TriCorr Touch leak noise correlator at the American Water Works Association ACE 2013 exposition, booth 5031. The show takes place from June 9-12 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colo. TriCorr Touch uses information gathered from acoustic leak noise sensors placed at intervals along a pipeline to identify and locate leaks in a water distribution system. The TriCorr Automated Filter Intelligence System automatically runs 55 different noise filter combinations to select the right match for various pipe materials and sizes. Once located, the leak can be found and repaired immediately without the cost and damage associated with exploratory digging. TriCorr Touch features a VGA touch screen for easy data entry. The unit’s compact charging case carries and protects all components while allowing the base station and outstations to be charged from a single power source.