Disinfecting Plumbing Systems of Legionella : solving problems without overspending
Páginas: 25 págs.This report is composed primarily of information excerpted from Legionellae Control in Health Care Facilities: A Guide for Minimizing Risk, a book reviewed or highlighted in approximately 50 professional journals and sold in more than 20 countries. Here are some comments about the book:
- "All plumbing engineers involved in hospital projects should have access to a copy of this book." T. Allinson, PE; ASPE Report
- "Quite frankly, the approach and application of science in this text represents some of the best industrial (occupational) hygiene that I have ever seen in print! ?You won't be sorry." L. Betts, MD, Ph.D., CIH, Appl. Occup. Environ. Hyg., ACGIH
- "Freije meets the issue head on and provides the system administrator with straightforward methods to minimize the risk." Larry Staples, Consultant, 1996 VP of ASHRAE
- "Matt has really tackled the thorny problem issues head on. ...I like the book because it is very much a ?what to do? book. There?s no beating around the bush." Clive Broadbent, AIRAH Journal, Australian Inst. of Rfrg Air Cond & Htg
Advantages, disadvantages, and costs of five disinfection methods:
- Heat shock
- Ultraviolet radiation
- Copper-silver ionization
- Getting advice from other users: 11 questions to ask
- Screening manufacturers: 4 questions to ask
- Practical points to consider before taking action
- ManufacturersFreije, Matthew R.
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