LEGIONELLA REFERENCES

Aquadron Legionella References

The Aquadron is used to control Legionella in hot and cold water 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  This ensures continuous protection against pathogens such as Legionella and Pseudomonas, below are a selection of projects. It allows you to: 
  • treat all the water that you use, 24 hours a day, ensuring that it is pathogen-free, 
  • remove biofilm and scale from the pipe network, 
  • reduce hot water temperatures as a thermal barrier is no longer needed, and 
  • ensure that the water is treated right through to the shower head or tap.  
Unlike other Legionella treatment companies we also offer a full money-back guarantee on the efficiency of our systems.

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Legionella Control at a Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a 600 bed Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a 300 bed Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a radiotherapy clinic using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a 500 bed Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a 200 bed Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a 240 bed Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at an out-patient clinic using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a 500 bed Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a Hospital using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a care home using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a care home using the Aquadron
Legionella Control at a care home using the Aquadron
WATER TREATMENT IN A 200 BED HOSPITAL
Aquadron FXL Data:
  • Reading-Controlled water treatment 
  • Cold water consumption of 35,000 litres per day 
  • Hot water consumption of 20,000 litres per day 
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility
Features: There were many outlets throughout the building, which prior to Aquadron had been suffering with corrosion and joint problems due to high hot water temperatures.


HOT WATER TREATMENT IN A HOSPITAL WITH CA. 200 BEDS
Aquadron FXL Data:
  • Hot water consumption of 20,000 litres per day 
  • Galvanised steel pipework system 
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility
Features: The water system was designed for higher flows than actually occurred, thus the lines were over-sized and stagnation occurred. Before the Aquadron there was no microbiological safety despite high temperatures.


HOT WATER TREATMENT IN A 120 BED HOSPITAL 
Aquadron FXL Data:
  • Hot water consumption of around 13,000 litres per day 
  • Galvanised steel pipework
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility
Features: The water system had over-sized pipework in a widely branched network. Before the Aquadron thermal treatment was used for controlling Legionella, this produced a high demand for energy and personnel.


HOT WATER TREATMENT IN A 600 BED HOSPITAL
Aquadron F1 iD Data:
  • Cold water consumption of 270,000 litres per day 
  • Hot water consumption of 90,000 litres per day 
  • Pipe materials included stainless steel, galvanised steel, plastic and copper. 
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility 
Features: Two cold water treatment points and six hot water treatment points were installed, to allow all water to be treated with Anolyte. The treatment allowed the hospital to lower their water temperatures and to maintain the highest standards of microbiological safety. 


HOT AND COLD WATER TREATMENT IN A HOSPITAL WITH 300 BEDS
Aquadron FKL Data:
  • Cold water consumption of 50,000 litres per day 
  • Hot water consumption of 15,000 litres per day 
  • Galvanised steel pipework
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility
Features: Before the Aquadron the hot water was operated at greater than 65 degrees Centigrade to protect against microbiological contamination. As a result energy use was high and heat transfer occurred between the hot and cold water pipes, creating a potential for microbiological issues in the cold water system.


DRINKING WATER TREATMENT IN A RADIOTHERAPY CLINIC
Aquadron FXM Data:
  • Cold water consumption of 1,000 litres per day 
  • Copper pipework 
Use: Provision of pathogen water to immune-suppressed patients
Features: Small-scale system to guarantee pathogen free drinking water for immune-suppressed patients.


WATER TREATMENT IN A 500 BED HOSPITAL
Aquadron F1 Data:
  • Water consumption of around 150,000 litres per day 
  • Hot water consumption of 35,000 litres per day 
  • Galvanised steel pipework 
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility
Features: The pipework is a wide branched system with over-sized pipes and areas of stagnation. Before the Aquadron microbiological control was undertaken using thermal treatment, this was an energy and labour intensive process.


HOT WATER TREATMENT IN 200 BED HOSPITAL
Aquadron FX Data:
Hot water consumption of around 10,000 litres per day 
Pipework is mixed galvanised steel, stainless steel and plastic 
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility 
Features: The site has a large hot water volume and over-sized pipework, which resulted in stagnation. The pipework also suffered with corrosion. Before the installation of the Aquadron the microbiology was controlled using high hot water temperatures. 


WARM WATER TREATMENT IN A HOSPITAL WITH 240 BEDS
Aquadron FX Data:
  • Hot water consumption of 12,000 litres 
  • Galvanised steel pipework 
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility
Features: The system has over-sized branched lines that are subject to stagnation. Before the Aquadron was used for Legionella control the system used thermal control for hot water treatment, this had a high demand for energy and labour.


HOT AND COLD WATER TREATMENT IN A CLINIC WITH 150 PATIENTS
Aquadron G1 Data:
  • Cold water use of 35,000 litres per day 
  • Hot water use of 10,000 litres per day 
  • Copper pipework
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility
Features: Before the Aquadron was installed the hot water system was operated at 65+ degrees Centigrade, this resulted in heat transfer to cold water pipes and high chilled water temperatures.


WARM WATER TREATMENT AT A HOSPITAL WITH 500 BEDS
Aquadron FXL Data:
  • Reading-controlled dosing 
  • Hot water consumption of approximately 15,000 litres per day 
  • Pipe materials were a mix of galvanised steel and copper
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility
Features: Before the Aquadron was installed the water temperatures were maintained at over 70 degrees centigrade. After the installation the temperatures were reduced to below 60 degrees and a higher microbiological standard was achieved.


DRINKING WATER TREATMENT IN A PSYCHIATRIC FACILITY WITH A 120 BED RESIDENTIAL CAPACITY
Aquadron FX Data:
  • Hot water consumption was about 5,000 litres per day 
  • The pipework was copper 
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a hospital facility  
Features: The water system had areas of stagnation and scald risk was of great concern. The Aquadron allowed the facility to improve microbiological standards and reduce the water temperature reducing scald risk.


WARM WATER TREATMENT IN A SENIOR RESIDENTIAL FACILITY WITH 220 ASSISTED LIVING PLACES AND 50 EXTRA CARE BEDS
Aquadron FXL Data:
  •  Hot water consumption of 25,000 litres per day 
  • Galvanised steel and stainless steel pipework
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a care facility  
Features: The system was widely branched with deadlegs, it was also suffering with corrosion issues in the galvanised steel pipework that were exacerbated by the high temperatures used.   


HOT WATER TREATMENT IN A SENIOR CITIZENS HOME WITH APPROXIMATELY 90 BEDS
Aquadron FXM Data:
  • Hot water consumption of around 5,000 litres per day 
  • Galvanised steel pipework
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a Care Home
Features: The system had low hot water use and areas of stagnation. Before the Aquadron was installed extensive thermal disinfection was used with only a moderate degree of success.


HOT WATER TREATMENT ON AN OLDER CAREHOME WITH 150 ASSISTED LIVING APARTMENTS AND A 135 BED CARE FACILITY
Aquadron FXL Data:
  • Hot water consumption of approximately 35,000 litres per day 
  • A mix of galvanised and stainless steel pipework  
Use: Legionella and Pseudomonas control in a Carehome
Features: The pipework system was oversized and branched with areas of stagnation. Thermal treatment was used before the Aquadron was installed to control Legionella. The thermal treatment caused corrosion problems in the galvanised steel pipes and had a high energy and labour requirement.
 
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