Continuous monitoring of water networks

Adèle de Glaubitz association

>>  Preventing Legionella risks in water networks

OUR CLIENT'S CHALLENGE - Legionella is a pathogenic bacteria and can develop in sanitary hot water systems if the temperature is between 25 and 45°C. On this basis, it is critical to monitor temperature in order to control health risks. The institute for the Blind in Still decided to opt for a real-time temperature monitoring system to ensure that any temperature variation is rapidly picked up, reducing the risk of Legionella growth.

34 sensors

2 buildings

2 bulletins issued
every week

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OFIS' SOLUTION - OFIS developed a new service to help managers responsible for Legionella risk control at the assigned facilities on a day-to-day basis: “Temp’Eau”. This solution monitors water quality at all times and comprises:

  • The installation and configuration of sensors throughout the water network;
  • Using data with viewing options, a secure history and alert features;
  • Issuing regular reports with action plans;
  • Help with managing any non-compliant sanitary indicators.

Client benefits

- Easy system monitoring -

- Reliable traceability -

- Planned actions for non-compliance -

- Complying with regulations -