PUZZLED BY THE IMPACT OF PLUMBING MATERIALS ON LEGIONELLA PREVENTION?
Wednesday, April 13 @ Noon EDT
Today’s water systems are made from a variety of piping materials that impact water quality. The type of piping material has a direct influence on the risk of microbial contamination inside your water system. Specific materials have different tolerances to high heat, chlorine and other biocides used in Legionella control. Join us and explore the variety of piping materials and their susceptibility to Legionella and Legionella risks.
Jeff Ramey is a Piping Systems Consultant for The Lubrizol Corporation. He has over 35 years’ experience in the plumbing, fire sprinkler and industrial industries, having worked closely with engineers, designers, distributors, code officials, and contractors to provide technical product training on water, gas and fire sprinkler piping systems. Jeff is a voting member of ASHRAE committees TC 3.6 Water Treatment, TC 8.6 Cooling Towers and corresponding member of SSPC188 ANSI/ASHRAE 188 Standard Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems.
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