Effective Legionella Surveillance in Cooling Towers
enables cooling tower operators to monitor the presence of Legionella with reliable results generated on-site or in labs within 2 hours.
Cooling towers use evaporation to remove heat energy from water and thereby release aerosols into the atmosphere. If Legionella is present, the aerosolized water can spread the bacteria over miles and endanger surrounding residents. Regular disinfection and cooling tower maintenance protects facility operators, visitors, and residents from exposure to Legionella . The required frequency of measures depends on the cooling load, use of biocides, the environmental conditions present in the area where the cooling tower is located and the cooling tower’s design.
Cleaning, disinfecting, and remediating cooling towers involves a hierarchy of protocols that form a water hygiene management program. rqmicro.COUNT proposes a solution to determine and control the effectiveness of water hygiene management based on direct insight provided by single-cell counting of viable bacteria.
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rqmicro.COUNT enables effective hygiene management in cooling towers through:
Fast detection of contamination with results immediately available online
Quantitative monitoring of Legionella and total bacteria to optimize treatments, plan maintenance and reduce costs
Implementation of effective procedures to mitigate health, operational, financial and regulatory risks
Improved risk assessment and hazard avoidance of potential Legionella growth in wastewater treatment plants
Continuously monitoring the treatment ensures a cost-effective and sustainable operation
Chemical dosing and measuring the success of cooling water treatments
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