The CMMS for Drinking Water Wells, Making Data Available Where It’s Needed

Brunnenlinse is revolutionizing the way that water well maintenance is managed. With Brunnenlinse as your CMMS, you will have access to the data you need, exactly where and when you need it. This is the foundation for proactive and efficient maintenance. No matter how you currently manage your internal data, Brunnenlinse offers a secure solution for data exchange and operation. Our solution is highly customizable and can be adapted to meet your specific requirements and needs.
With Brunnenlinse, you can get started right away and experience the value it brings. Try our online demo to see for yourself! At a glance, you will be able to see all the important information about your well, including its key data, current equipment and any modifications. Brunnenlinse’s flexible architecture means that it can effectively represent any type of company or facility structure.

Ronny Esterluß

CTO Vragments

Easy Setup, Loads of Flexibility

No matter how you operate your internal data management. we’ll find a secure solution for data exchange and operation.


You know your requirements best, and we’ll adapt Brunnenlinse to fit your needs.

Quick Deployment

Get started right away and experience the added value of Brunnenlinse! Already test our online demo.

At a Glance

You can see basic data, current equipment, and renovations of the well at a glance.

Flexible Architecture

No matter what your company and facility structure looks like, Brunnenlinse presents it effectively.

Your facilities are our concern

At Vragments, we are dedicated to providing you with customized IT solutions that meet your needs, from planning to operation. If you’re interested in learning more, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us or visit us in person. We look forward to hearing from you!‌
Any maintenance of drinking water wells includes documentation in a central well database. The “DW Well Diary” allows direct input into the well database and eliminates the need for paper documentation and later transfer to the database.

Dr.-Ing. Alexander Sperlich

R&D Berliner Wasserbetriebe

The error-prone manual transfer of data to from paper to a database is replaced by direct data entry in the field. Based on the estimated number of data entries per year and an average error rate during manual data transfer, the number of data errors prevented by implementation of the DS is calculated.

Dr. Sebastian Schimmelpfennig

Wasserwirtschaft WV-G Berliner Wasserbetriebe

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