Thursday, October 30, 2014

Bacteria, Mold Spores and Viruses in Your Product

Waterborne Bacteria, Mold Spores and Viruses all threaten quality of your product. We are helping an increasing numbers of facilities that have recognized the inherent risk of microbiological contamination of the water used to make their product.
This occurs because water provides an effective medium for growth and transmission of bacteria, mold spores and viruses particularly where water stagnates in your plant.

Note: It’s not just pharmaceutical plants that are contacting us these days to help implement a microbiological control program!

If your facility uses water for/in blending, consumer products, personal care products, microelectronics manufacture, beverage production, packaging, etc., you should be increasing your awareness and building capability to monitor and control microbiological species of all types.
What can we do?
We can help you develop a microbiological control program that protects your plant and products! There are many methods of minimizing your risk in this area but all include a few different components:
  • Prefiltration before your DI Process tanks
  • A recirculation loop to keep the water moving and fresh
  • A UV system which has very high effectiveness in removing protozoa, bacteria and viruses, and many options to fit your needs and budget
  • A post filter to remove many of the matter left after UV destruction
  • A PM (Preventative Maintenance) protocol that includes regular monitoring of multiple forms of bacteria, molds, and water borne contaminants.
  • A PM schedule for maintenance and sanitization of your system including all piping and drop legs
For Additional Information:
Contact your regional technical support person to develop a microbiological control program
To purchase replacement parts for your water treatment system

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