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Tank Cleaning & Disinfection

Karachi, Pakistan
  • Ad Id
    52109
  • Ad Posted
    1 Nov 2012
Tank Cleaning & Disinfection Before After Aqua Legion UK Ltd, with our specialist partners are now able to offer one of the most Environmentally Friendly means of chemical disinfection available today! Whilst we are able to offer, and arrange  various tank cleaning and disinfection services. We encourage the use of Silver Peroxide where appropriate due to its effectiveness in eradicating legionella in premises where the bacteria has been prevalent and where chlorination has been un-successful. Due to the nature of silver hydrogen peroxide it is much more effective at removing biofilm than chlorine. Biofilm are the common cause of a seeded systems. With a routine dosing regime using silver peroxide, biofilms can be destroyed effectively leaving once problematic systems free of legionella bacteria. Furthermore, by using Silver Peroxide, both drinking and domestic water systems can be treated without isolating any of the services or taking any of the services out of commission. Silver Peroxide disinfection is particularly useful for Hoteliers, Housing Associations and Councils etc where access to tap outlets or safe isolation is often problematic.  However, the use of this relatively safe product should not be taken for granted, and it should always be recommended that simple notifications be conducted to inform all site occupants of the process and any precautions to be taken during the disinfection work. If this procedure is followed correctly,  any system can be disinfected without any significant risk to occupant health or safety and without the system being taken out of service. Environmental implications The great thing about silver hydrogen peroxide is that it breaks down into pure oxygen and water whilst the silver is simply flushed through the system over time. At effective disinfection levels this product is completely safe.  Dosed at the required levels this chemical is effective in  controlling legionella and most other waterborne pathogens. Furthermore, there is no detectable taste, odour or colour. In fact it is completely undetectable by the user and the water remains completely  safe to drink, bathe in, cook with etc as normal.  Using silver peroxide is one of the  safest and most non intrusive ways of  treating domestic water systems in residential or commercial accommodation. We have been able to prove on numerous occasions that quarterly,  six monthly or annual disinfection’s using silver hydrogen peroxide can be completely un-intrusive and will resolve to support the control of legionella in most basic water systems. However, if you would prefer more traditional chlorination, please do not hesitate to contact us! Thermal disinfection’s If legionella bacteria is found in domestic hot water systems it will normally be possible to carryout a thermal disinfection excercise. Thermal disinfection can also be used as a routine control measure to ensure the hot water system is cleaned periodically throughout the year. Thermal disinfection or paseurisation can be conducted by raising the temperatures in the calorifier or water heater to 70°C for at least one hour. This hot water should then be drawn to each outlet or appliance ensuring the temperature  does no fall below 60°C. The risk of scalding should be considered and suitable precations should be implemented when undertaking thermal disinfection of the hot water system. Tank and System Disinfections – Silver hydrogen peroxide It has now been well documented that disinfection using silver and copper based techniques can be much more effective than the traditional method of using chlorine. Furthermore, with effective biofilm removal silver perocxide can demonstrate clear advantages over traditional chlorination. Tank Chlorination New Pipework Disinfection To get a quote simply contact Aqua Legion UK with the following information Approximate size of the tank(s) to be cleaned, approximate number of outlets, material of the tanks and any site specifiViews: 1430