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Hospitals & Industrial Buildings

Hospitals and Industrial water is one of the most critical applications of water disinfection. ClO2 has been proven to reduce the secondary infections of Legionella in hospitals significantly and can be used without threat to the sensitive environment in hospitals.

Proper water treatment for hospitals is critical to maintaining your heating, cooling, and instrument sterilizing systems. Doctors, patients and staff rely every day on these assets to provide comfortable room temperatures and safe environments.

Our hospital water treatment programs help control costs and protect our customer’s financial health by reducing energy and water consumption, extending asset life, and reducing maintenance cost by using best practice water treatment.

We offer many different delivery options for our hospital customers. AquaPulse Systems and our partners can deliver liquid products with our trained technicians to reduce chemical handling.

AquaPulse Systems has field service and technical service teams provide our hospital customers sustainable solutions. Our customers have reduced chemical usage and inventory, while investigating alternative water sources like reclaimed water, secondary condensate, zero discharge, and extend cycles. Chlorine Dioxide as a secondary disinfection treatment can help to manage Legionella risk complying with the proposed ASHRAE

Industrial Buildings

AquaPulse's cooling water treatment programs are designed for both small and large industrial buildings. Treatment to reduce scale and control corrosion means your HVAC systems will perform at optimal levels – reducing energy costs and allowing personnel to handle more critical maintenance functions. Our technical support and technicians support our customers by surveying their facility, to find sustainable solutions to reduce overall energy consumption.

Biofilm

Chlorine Dioxide disinfects bacteria by penetrating the cell wall. Organic substances within cells and on the surface of cell membranes react with Chlorine Dioxide, disrupting cell metabolism. Chlorine Dioxide also reacts directly with amino acids and the RNA in the cell. This reaction is not dependent on reaction time or concentration. Unlike non-oxidizing disinfectants, Chlorine Dioxide kills microorganisms even when they are inactive. Microorganisms are unable to build up resistance to Chlorine Dioxide. In practical terms however, few bacteria live alone, and they are most often found in water and on surfaces in the form of a "biofilm" which is a close association of many millions of bacteria. Many biocides have particular problems in penetrating this biofilm, due to the polysaccharide "glue" that is secreted by the bacteria to hold the biofilm together. Unlike most biocides, Chlorine Dioxide can effectively penetrate biofilm to provide complete protection.

Chlorine Dioxide kills viruses by preventing protein formation. ClO2 reacts with peptone, a water-soluble substance that originates from hydrolysis of proteins to amino acids.

Chlorine Dioxide is one of a number of disinfectants that are effective against Giardia Lambia and Cryptosporidium oocysts, which cause cryptosporidiosis in public drinking water supplies.

Proper water treatment for hospitals is critical to maintaining your heating, cooling, and instrument sterilizing systems. Doctors, patients and staff rely every day on these assets to provide comfortable room temperatures and safe environments.

Our hospital water treatment programs help control costs and protect our customer’s financial health by reducing energy and water consumption, extending asset life, and reducing maintenance cost by using best practice water treatment.

We offer many different delivery options for our hospital customers. AquaPulse Systems and our partners can deliver liquid products with our trained technicians to reduce chemical handling.

AquaPulse Systems has field service and technical service teams provide our hospital customers sustainable solutions. Our customers have reduced chemical usage and inventory, while investigating alternative water sources like reclaimed water, secondary condensate, zero discharge, and extend cycles. Chlorine Dioxide as a secondary disinfection treatment can help to manage Legionella risk complying with the proposed ASHRAE

Industrial Buildings

AquaPulse's cooling water treatment programs are designed for both small and large industrial buildings. Treatment to reduce scale and control corrosion means your HVAC systems will perform at optimal levels – reducing energy costs and allowing personnel to handle more critical maintenance functions. Our technical support and technicians support our customers by surveying their facility, to find sustainable solutions to reduce overall energy consumption.

Biofilm

Chlorine Dioxide disinfects bacteria by penetrating the cell wall. Organic substances within cells and on the surface of cell membranes react with Chlorine Dioxide, disrupting cell metabolism. Chlorine Dioxide also reacts directly with amino acids and the RNA in the cell. This reaction is not dependent on reaction time or concentration. Unlike non-oxidizing disinfectants, Chlorine Dioxide kills microorganisms even when they are inactive. Microorganisms are unable to build up resistance to Chlorine Dioxide. In practical terms however, few bacteria live alone, and they are most often found in water and on surfaces in the form of a "biofilm" which is a close association of many millions of bacteria. Many biocides have particular problems in penetrating this biofilm, due to the polysaccharide "glue" that is secreted by the bacteria to hold the biofilm together. Unlike most biocides, Chlorine Dioxide can effectively penetrate biofilm to provide complete protection.

Chlorine Dioxide kills viruses by preventing protein formation. ClO2 reacts with peptone, a water-soluble substance that originates from hydrolysis of proteins to amino acids.

Chlorine Dioxide is one of a number of disinfectants that are effective against Giardia Lambia and Cryptosporidium oocysts, which cause cryptosporidiosis in public drinking water supplies.