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Remote sensors by pH Water to wirelessly & continuously monitor a buildings water systems.

Temperature control is the traditional strategy for reducing the risk of legionella in hot and cold water systems.  Cold water systems should be maintained, where possible, at a temperature below 20°C.  Hot water should be stored at least at 60°C and distributed so that it reaches a temperature of 50°C (55°C in healthcare premises) within one minute at the outlets. 

By using clip-on remote temperature sensors you can ensure that the “RP” (Responsible Person)  knows when and where to act.

Remote monitoring provides complete information, saves your budget for other priorities and helps you properly manage your water systems.

PROVE COMPLIANCE

Evidence flushing regimes and required temperature levels without any concerns for missed visits or lost records.

REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT

Minimise contractor travel, unnecessary tap flushing, water usage and energy usage

EASIER SYSTEM MAINTENANCE

Enable proactive, forecasted water system maintenance with complete data

CONSTANT, REAL-TIME DATA

Automatically visualise your data in charts, spreadsheets and dashboards. No more paper systems!

RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ALERTS

Get an email straight away when your system is or soon will be non-compliant

MINIMISE DISRUPTION

By removing monthly contractor visits, you will reduce disruption to patients and staff as well as mitigate time spent escorting contractors

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