Testing of Drinking Water Installations
Operators of water supply systems are responsible for the health safety of their drinking water installations.Other customers: Facility companies, property management firms, metering firms for heating
In a nutshell, this means:
- Regular analyses of the hot water for legionella bacteria (at least every three years)
- Regular analyses to check the cold water quality, especially in respect to heavy metals and bacteriology.
- Public Health Offices are entitled to audit facilities used to dispense water to the general public.
- Adherence to good engineering practice in the planning, construction and operation of a drinking water system.
- Guaranteeing faultlessly hygienic water that does not present any kind of health risk is an obligation under civil law.
We inspect the drinking water system in your building according to the statutory provisions and collaborate with you to prepare an individual set of measures. Drinking water also belongs in the area of hygiene for medical practices, dialysis centres and nursing homes.
- Residential properties
- Dialysis centres
- Rehab centres
- Nursing homes
- Medical and dental practices
- Swimming pools and other areas with ‘wet zones’.
- Large companies with sizeable sanitary facilities
- Qualified sampling and complete analyses in our own laboratory, accredited according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025.
- Certified sampling and preparation of hygiene plans according to VDI 6023.
- Reliable analysis for legionella bacteria
- Expert reports, recognised by the authorities
- Our speakers are authorised partners according to VDI 6023 Training
- Training provided according to Section 15 Drinking Water Ordinance (TrinkwV) 2001
- The reliability of a ‘listed investigating body for sampling, chemical and microbiological analyses according to Section 15(4) TrinkwV (2001), i.e. Section 19 TrinkwV (2001)’, and an ‘investigative body for water used for bathing according to EU RL 2006 /7/ and swimming pool water according to DIN 19643’.
- Nationwide service in Germany
- Pseudomonas aeruginosa in water meters
- Heavy metals and contaminants in drinking water installations
- Hygiene plans according to VDI 6023.
- Risk analyses according to Section 16(7) Drinking Water Ordinance (TrinkwV) 2001
- Drinking Water Ordinance (TrinkwV) 2001
- Good engineering practice
- Above all DVGW W551, DVGW W556
- VDI 6023
- DIN EN 806