Fighting Legionella in Hotels and Resorts
Squeezing out legionella and pathogens
Requirements - Fighting Legionella in Hotels and Resorts
Chlorine dioxide Chlorine dioxide is an exceptionally reactive gas, which is not stored due to its instability ... more in the glossary and ozone Significantly less environmentally harmful by-products result from the generation and use of ozone ... more in the glossary spell the end of biofilms
Legionella is a threat to guests and staff alike. A temperature of 30 to 37° Celsius is ideal for legionella growth while it is reliably killed off at temperatures above 70° Celsius. People become infecting by inhaling aerosols containing bacteria. So showers, air conditioning systems and warm whirlpools are particular risk areas. Biofilms, which are present in all water pipes and tanks and are resistant to most disinfection processes, are the perfect breeding ground for these dangerous bacteria if the temperature is right.
ProMinent has years of expertise in both fighting legionella in water pipes using chlorine dioxide Chlorine dioxide is an exceptionally reactive gas, which is not stored due to its instability ... more in the glossary and protecting against contamination of cooling circuits through the addition of ozone Significantly less environmentally harmful by-products result from the generation and use of ozone ... more in the glossary. Efficient complete systems effectively remove biofilms and prevent them from forming again in the long term.
Added value for hotels and resorts:
- Cost savings compared with energy-intensive thermal disinfection, which causes wear to material
- Reduced staff input
- No risk of claims for damages from sick guests
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