The problem of water circulations contaminated with Legionella is of great importance, because the increasing number of deaths caused by Legionaires’ Disease are focusing public interest on the Legionella issue.
Instead of combating isolated symptoms, ProMinent offers integrated solutions for solving the Legionella problem at its source.
Chlorine dioxide and ozone are the most successful and economical
disinfectants for controlling Legionella infestations in water systems, as they break biofilms down efficiently and prevent them re-forming.
Chlorine dioxide is the most reliable disinfectant for legionella prevention in potable water because it not only eliminates the pathogenic bacteria but also biofilm as a cause of disease.
Very good depot action and strongly reduced AOX-values in the waste water: Just two out of many advantages.
The strongest disinfectant in water treatment: Ozone shows excellent efficacy even at low concentrations, at any pH value - at very low operating costs.
Capacity range: 7,5 - 150g/h to 600-12.000 g/h
This plant produces chlorine dioxide for large water quantities. The continuous water treatment is particularly economic thanks to the use of concentrated chemicals.
Capacity range: 1 - 20 g/h to 20 - 2.000 g/h
The ideal system for medium to large water quantities. The continuous treatment is safe and simple thanks to the use of diluted chemicals.
Up to 10 g/h of chlorine dioxide, especially for the combat of legionella in smaller and mid-sized public buildings, such as hospitals, hotels or sports complexes.
As an alternative to Chlorine compounds (drinking water treatment) or to peracetic acid (food and beverage industries) for the oxidation and disinfection of waters more and more often Chlorine dioxide is used. In this context, the measurement of this parameter gains equally of importance.
Capacity range 80 – 720 g/h (larger plants on request)
A range of compact ozone plants with integrated gas conditioning application. Bono Zon® plants work using positive suction pressure and are therefore particularly reliable.
Capacity range 5 to -90 g/h
Range of universal compact ozone plants. Air or oxygen is used as the operating gas.
Ozone is the strongest oxidant used for water treatment to a great extent and has the strongest near-term disinfection efficiency.
Biofilms are slimy deposits of microorganisms and extracellular substances in piping systems and tanks. These deposits are the breeding ground for many pathogenic germs such as E. coli or legionella and also protect them from chemical and physical influences. Microorganisms that occur in biofilms are extremely
resistant to disinfectants.