Even when using a German Institute for Standardisation (DIN) compliant water treatment process, biofilm formation can under certain circumstances occur in the pipeline system of the bathing water of swimming pools, fun pools and whirlpools. The requirements for health protection and bathing comfort have increased steadily in recent years. The use of fewer chemicals is clearly favoured and required (by the bathers).
Ordinarily used filter units and adsorption media, however, present a growth opportunity for biofilms. This is associated with the risk of the occurrence of Legionella. To prevent this, frequent changes of adsorbents, especially activated charcoal/hydroanthracite, and, if necessary, intensive chlorination are necessary. This is associated with increased expenditure, whereby the hazard potential is not fundamentally reduced.
MOL technology offers you, as the operator, an economically and sustainable approach: germs and Legionella are deprived of their preferred habitat and, at the same time, the formation of chlorine by-products that pose a health risk is reduced.
In analogy to nature and using the latest findings from semiconductor technology, special metal catalysts are used for this purpose. These are inserted into the pipeline system at a suitable point.