Water Management

Consumer Water Management

Water Management Problems

Potable water systems within buildings are often contaminated with particulate matter and microorganisms such as Legionella spp. and Pseudomonas aeruginosa which may be a source of infection. With critical levels of contamination, extensive measures are often required to make the water safe for drinking, showering and other applications.

Closure of shower and wash-basin outlets, during the time water system disinfection measures are carried out, can lead to impacted user logistics, negative media exposure and economic consequences. Failure to effectively maintain a safe, potable water system can have legal sequelae. Consider including Pall Point-of-Use Water Filters (Pall Kleenpak™, Pall QPoint™) as part of your water safety plan.

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Filtration at the point-of-use
Scientific Information
Water Filtration Scientific Information
Facts about waterborne microorganisms and water filtration