Especially large buildings are prone to bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores.
- Apartment buildings
- Hospitals and retirement homes
- sports facilities and swimming pools
- public projects
Various factors cause these contaminations. With
irregular utilization cycles or inconsistent circulation
temperatures stagnation and inadequate hydraulics lead to biofilm
formation. Contaminated or aggressive drinking water causes the
formation of limescale and corrosion on valves and in the drinking
water systems. The rough surfaces are ideal for the development of a
biofilm and the growth of various bacteria such as Legionella and Pseudomonas.