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水安全

水不是无菌的。水中可能隐藏着军团杆菌等细菌,军团杆菌可能造成严重疾病,甚至死亡。最近的军团杆菌爆发向我们表明,军团杆菌并非哪个地区所特有的,任何行业都不能幸免。

军团杆菌 自然存在于地表水中,并能在水处理流程之后存活下来,渗透到我们的市政供水中。此外还会因主水管故障或在施工期间渗透到我们的供水系统中。军团杆菌进入工厂之后就会污染冷却和饮用水系统,最终蔓延到水龙头、淋浴、热水浴缸​​和漩涡水疗中心。使用这些系统会产生被污染的水滴或雾气,导致细菌被吸入肺部,造成易感人群患上军团病

作为30多年来水安全领域的全球领先公司,纳尔科独具优势,可帮助您管理和降低军团杆菌 的相关风险。

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New NSW Legionella Legislation Released

NSW Health has released a new standardized approach to managing water-cooling systems in NSW. The new legislation introduces significant changes to the current regulations on cooling tower systems and will impact every organization in NSW.

As an industry expert, Nalco Water has been involved in all NSW Health discussion meetings to ensure we are fully across the new regulation and the impact this will have on your business.

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补充消毒

With increased liability concerns, many facilities are facing the need to develop effective prevention programs for waterborne pathogens, such as Legionella. 

We offer continuous supplemental disinfection systems and monitoring services for potable water and other water systems as part of a managed program to control microbial hazards such as Legionella.

第1步:
管理军团杆菌风险

让纳尔科为您的工厂制定水管理计划。您的定制计划将纳入ASHRAE标准188的必要元素,而且您的计划将包括我们深厚的水安全知识。该计划是管理军团杆菌相关风险的路线图,结合了对计划的持续管理、核实和验证流程。这些仅是降低军团杆菌风险的关键步骤。

第2步:
军团杆菌控制策略

Once your Water Management Plan is in place, the results of your routine Legionella testing and your oxidant residual and water temperature monitoring may indicate a need for implementing a more robust control strategy. Whether those steps require short-term remediation, such as hyperchlorination or thermal eradication, or long-term control strategies, such as supplemental disinfection, point-of-use water filters or even a cooling tower system protocol, you need an experienced partner in water safety to provide guidance.

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Infection Control Today

Potable and utility water systems in healthcare settings are reservoirs and vectors of HAIs resulting in pneumonias, bacteremias and a variety of infections. 

Read this article published in the February 2018 issue of Infection Control Today, written by our Water Safety experts, to learn more.

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