Tutorial Mobile Legionella Laboratory

This tutorial consists essentially of the above available Video. The use of the Mobile Legionella laboratorie for measuring the concentration of legionella is explained. For the successful measurement it is required, meticulously follow the steps shown. That is why it is recommended, several times to watch the video and to make personal notes. Have fun seeing and much success in measuring!

Tutorial Legionella

Tutorial Legionella. What do the legionella, where to find them. Which associations and authorities deal with it, which rules are set up. What can be done against Legionella and how can success be checked. Aerosols and dust as the source of infection with Legionella. It has taken many years, until people have noticed, that water does not exist solely in liquid and solid form. The idea, that water dissolved in air is present in the environment, brings many people already to the edge of imagination. Where to find aerosols, there is also found legionella. Few of these species in biologically film are dangerous to humans. However, a risk arises from the increase under favorable conditions up to a number, which weakened humans can not fend off with the natural systems.

Tutorial chlorine dioxide generator

Chlorine dioxide is used worldwide as a disinfectant and more important. This success is built: by the toxic effects on organisms, the high degree of independence from the pH of the water and the difference of the reaction by-products of chlorine dioxide to the reaction by-products of chlorine. A detailed justification for the use of chlorine dioxide should be read in newspaper articles to Filterverkeimung and in the tutorial to Legionella. The theme of the following lines is the on-site production (in situ) shown of chlorine dioxide in a generator.

Tutorial Probiotic displacement

What do biocides and antibiotics have in common? Their common goal is it, kill for humans dangerous microorganisms. We already know from school lessons, that the survival of a species closely related to their adaptability is. The concept of probiotic displacement takes a different approach: WITH microorganisms living instead of believing, that you can destroy them. One should be aware of: Bacteria belong to humans!

Functionality of a membrane-covered amperometric sensor

2- and 3-Elektode systems. A nozzle of the flow-through chamber with 6mm diameter approximately 15 millimeters distance brings a constant jet of fluid (symbolized by a blue arrow) with the disinfectant in a direction plumb to the membrane (1). The membrane allows molecules of the disinfectant mainly pass through . These molecules put a pathway in the electrolyte liquid (2) to the working electrode (3) back. The working electrode (3) is of precious metals (gold or platinum) so they do not corrode. The working electrode (3) is with a very small but accurate electrical voltage.

The advantages of membrane-covered amperometric sensors

If we talk about disinfection, then most people immediately think of "chlorine". Here is often overlooked, that chlorine in different forms occurs. While the right eye can be protected by "free chlorine" for infections, is the left eye may be the result of bounded chlorine and his children in the air. This bound chlorine is the reason for the bad taste and smell in the air - but has very little to do with the disinfection or our protection. Membrane-covered sensors can also detect this kind of chlorines.

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