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Germ-free drinking water in the hospital

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Pathogens like to multiply in the water pipes of hospitals as long as they are not fought regularly. Thus, hospitals spend a lot of money on hygiene measures each year – for example for filters or to flush the pipes with hot water. A device in the hospital of Düren, Germany, shows that there is an easier way. See how it works in our latest video.

Stay healthy!

Timo Roth
Editorial team

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Disinfection methods of hospital drinking water


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Besides hand hygiene, drinking water hygiene is also on the to-do list of every hospital. A lot of money is invested to clean water pipes and to destroy legionella germs. An alternative solution for mechanical and thermal control is water disinfection using an automatic machine.
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Disinfection methods of hospital drinking water - Fully automatic legionella prevention
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