Dover's Legionella Monitoring System is Most Advanced in Europe

A sophisticated large scale hot water temperature monitoring and data storage system at the Port of Dover, designed to protect both the travelling public and harbour staff from the risk of Legionella, is claimed to be the most advanced of its kind in Europe. The electronic system, based on a number of Eurotherm 5000B data recorders, monitors water temperatures at around 1000 taps and shower fittings throughout the 330 hectare Eastern and Western Dock sites, as well as hot water storage tanks. While 'real-time' temperature values can be monitored on line, the collected data can be stored in a tamper proof format for up to 6 years, far exceeding the requirements of current UK and international Health & Safety guidelines.

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