PROACTIVE LEGIONELLA CONTROL VIA ROUTINE WATER TEMPERATURE MONITORING AND INSPECTIONS.
Temperature control is the traditional strategy for reducing the risk of legionella in water systems. Cold water systems should be maintained, where possible, at a temperature below 20 °C. Hot water should be stored at least at 60 °C and distributed so that it reaches a temperature of 50 °C (55 °C in healthcare premises) within one minute at the outlets.
A monitoring plan should be closely adhered to and actions should be implemented, regularly managed and monitored.
At EDSB we can provide a full range of onsite or remote temperature monitoring and any relevant flushing regimes. All records will be stored in your remote or onsite log book.
Should you have any questions relating to Hot / Cold Water Monitoring & Inspection or if you would like further information on how EDSB can keep your Fire & Security systems compliant, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or simply add your details below and our EDSB support team will contact you shortly.
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