WTP Legionella Thermometer Kit
Incorrect water temperature is a key risk factor for legionella growth. The legionella bacteria multiplies in water at temperatures between 20 to 45°C, particularly if a supply of nutrients is present, such as scale, rust, sludge or algae. A typical method of control is to store cold water below 20°C. Hot water should be stored above 60°C and distributed at above 50°C.
This thermometer kit can be used to monitor the temperature of both standing water and the surface of pipes and tanks that form part of the water system.
The immersion probe should be placed in the water to a minimum depth of 25mm. The ribbon surface probe may be used to take the temperature of pipes and tanks, and the wire probe can be used to reach awkward places or where the other probes are not appropriate.
Each kit contains the following:
The surfaces of the Legionella thermometer use Biomaster technology to reduce the risk of bacteria growth to help safe guard the user.
Biomaster Antimicrobial Technology is the leading range of safe, effective and permanent additives for the control of harmful bacteria, making any surface cleaner and more hygienic for its entire lifetime.
Proven to quickly reduce bacteria by up to 99.99% Biomaster is an effective means of reducing the growth of MRSA, E.Coli, Salmonella Campylobacter, Legionella and over 50 other species.
Each Thermometer Kit comes with a free traceable calibration certificate.
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Thermometer will monitor temperature of water and surface pipes and tanks that form part of the water system.
Supplied in durable plastic case.
The above information is believed to be correct but does not purport to be all inclusive and shall be used only as a guide. The company shall not be held liable for any damage resulting from handling, contact, mis-use or mis-application of the above product. In all instances the user should satisfy themselves that this product is suitable for the anticipated application and should carry out suitable and sufficient risk/COSHH assessments and a method of use statement.