Solution Revealed for Legionella Prevention in Potable Water Networks
ProCare to release its new copper-silver ionization chamber cells
With growing reports of Legionella and related Legionnaires' disease outbreaks in the U.S., Canada and around the world, ProCare Water Treatment Inc. announced its new 2014 AquaLyse ICR-820 medical and commercial grade copper-silver ionization chamber cells.
The new 2014 AquaLyse ionization chamber cells are certified to sustain pressures of over 820 psi, as well as temperatures of 228°F. This breaks its own 2012 water pressure records and also is now combined with an additional 12% internal copper silver alloy.
AquaLyse utilizes corrosion-resistant stainless steel chamber cells combined with unique, high temperature and high pressure engineering features. AquaLyse meets all commercial fire building codes and international pressure plumbing codes. It also includes a unique bi-directional internal laminar flow configuration for full water velocity that eliminates premature electrode erosion.
AquaLyse has been on the market since 2001, but the latest version of facility potable water treatment technology is setting new standards. "Those seeking a safer Legionella control and prevention alternative to thermal eradication or hyper chlorination can discover the benefits and affordability first hand by visiting the AquaLyse website," said Steve MacEachern, MEP consultant for ProCare Water Treatment Inc.
Vendors and distributors will be ready to offer the new AquaLyse ICR-820 cells in early January 2014.