Remote Legionella control monitoring system saves time and money

Radio-Tech has produced a remote Legionella control and monitoring system that delivers significant time and cost savings to employers. The RTcom Legion is the only system currently available to fully comply with table 3 of the Approved Code of practice (ACoP) and Guidance, Legionnaires’ Disease: the control of legionella bacteria in water systems (L8), which stipulates that temperature monitoring should be carried out once a month on all sentinel taps. RTcom Legion offers a cost-effective means of monitoring individual or multiple sites remotely using radio. Should a water system fail to satisfy the levels indicated by ACoP L8, the monitor will issue an email or text alert to notify the relevant party.
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