commercial water tank cleaning as part of normal facility maintenance or following a Legionella risk assessment, the highly qualified engineers provide knowledge and years of experience from product concept to delivery.
Legionella and other waterborne bacteria may thrive in virtually every component of a hot or cold-water system. Once kept in a water tank, the water is exposed to the elements and can get polluted with waterborne germs. Because the nature of water storage tanks necessitates some amount of water stagnation, circumstances can quickly develop that are ideal for the microorganisms that contribute to the formation of Legionella and other waterborne bacteria. In addition to Legionella risk assessments, the health expert recommends that water storage tanks be inspected and cleaned on a regular basis to ensure a healthy water system.
When a facility manager finds that water tank cleaning is required, the first action is often to empty the whole tank. To empty the tank, the experts must temporarily turn off the water supply. The engineer will always work quickly and effectively to minimize disturbance and will indicate how long the cleaning will take.
To clean your water tank to the greatest quality, the engineer will always utilize the finest methods and formulae.
Water tank inspections should be performed on a regular basis, as specified by your facilities manager or a professional agency. The expert suggests that a water tank be inspected at least once a year. If you suspect a problem, you should check it more often.
Water stagnation cannot be totally prevented, as previously stated, however certain situations can contribute to higher amounts of stagnant water than others. Water tanks with larger quantities of stagnant water are more likely to harbor Legionella bacteria.
The cost will vary depending on the nature of your hot or cold-water system and may vary from site to site. The experts can provide you with a rapid price for water tank cleaning or water tank disinfection services.