Water Hygiene in Nursing Homes

Water Hygiene in Nursing Homes

In older, usually immunocompromised persons, even a small infection can have serious health consequences. For example, the likelihood of developing Legionella-related legionella is significantly higher than that of younger, more immunocompromised individuals. Since modernizations, conversions or attachments and the resulting dead strands, etc. can also result in an increased load of drinking water with bacteria, the quality of the drinking water in retirement homes and nursing homes should be of particular importance.

 

Therefore, it is all the more important for operators of nursing homes to provide a sustainable and reliable solution for safe water disinfection right to the last removal point.

With our LiquidClean LC systems, we offer you a reliable solution for safe drinking water hygiene in nursing homes of all sizes. As the injected and injected pH-optimized sodium hypochlorite flows through the circuit with the water, it unfolds its effect throughout the active line system. Existing biofilm, which is an ideal breeding ground for bacteria living in water, is degraded gently. Corrosion of conduit walls and other components is i.a. due to the dosage largely excluded.

Of course, the system and the pH-optimized sodium hypochlorite fed in comply with the requirements of the DVGW (worksheet W229, W551) as well as the Drinking Water Ordinance (TrinkwV).

For further questions our team is at your disposal.

Wissenswertes

  • Legionellen
  • Legionellenbekämpfung
  • Trinkwasserverordnung
  • Wasseraufbereitung
  • Elektrodiaphragmalyse

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