Closed system sampling and reporting

The importance of closed system sampling and reporting

It is important to regularly test your closed heating or cooling system for microbiological and chemistry levels. Carrying this out ensures that the system is under good control and has sufficient chemical inhibitor levels to prevent microbiological growth and protect against corrosion and scale. Our clients win by achieving low risk and compliant systems, with a predictable budget spend.

Closed System Sampling and Reporting
BS 8552:2012 Sampling and Monitoring of Closed Water Systems

BS 8552:2012 Sampling and Monitoring of Closed Water Systems gives recommendations for the design of the sampling programme during each phase of the system’s lifecycle, including location and sampling points, frequency of sampling and recordkeeping, to facilitate the control and trending of closed system water quality.

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Whether it is an issue of compliance, an investment decision, or if you are just not sure whether your existing provider is giving you what you need, please contact us.

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