InLine Filters

May 16, 2022

Why Your Hospital Ice Maker Needs an Inline Bacteria Filter

Hospitals have a priority to keep their patients safe and healthy. Many precautions and strategies are put in place to ensure this, including the implementation of water management plans. But there’s one aspect of water management that could easily get overlooked — ice machine filters. Ice Machine Filters Are Important to Hospital Safety They may not seem like an obvious source of dangerous bacteria, but hospital ice makers can become contaminated with legionella, nontuberculous mycobacteria […]
January 11, 2022

The Importance of Filters for Drinking Fountains With Bottle Fillers

Think about how many people use your drinking fountains to fill their water bottles each day. Dozens, maybe even hundreds? It goes without saying that this water should be clean and safe, but many don’t realize how challenging that can be to accomplish. How to Ensure Safe Drinking Water to Drinking Fountains The problem with drinking fountains is that it’s difficult to get adequate water flow to flush out the waterborne pathogens that can develop […]
December 29, 2021

The Importance of Dental Water Line Filters

Every day, patients trust that their dentists and dental technicians are using sterile tools to handle cleanings and procedures. But one important aspect of a safe, clean dentist office is using quality dental water line filters. Protecting Patients’ Health With Dental Water Filters Dental operative units use different types of water such asmunicipal city water, water treated with RO systems, distilled water, and others. But according to the FDA, water that’s safe to drink may […]
March 8, 2021

Drinking Fountains and Legionella

Now that the Covid vaccine is being rolled out, the world is trying to return to normal. Schools and buildings are reopening, albeit with Covid restrictions in place. Sounds like a good thing, right? Well, yes and no. Covid restrictions can allow waterborne bacteria to flourish in building water systems. Drinking fountains are closed because of Covid, allowing biofilm to build up in the inner workings. If a drinking fountain is used without taking the […]
June 29, 2020

What makes legionella so dangerous to humans?

Certain amoeba love snacking on the waterborne pathogen, legionella. However, over millions of years, legionella bacteria have evolved ways to combat becoming a meal for waterborne amoeba. This seems like a harmless way for legionella to thrive in its natural environment, it has also created a way for legionella to get around being stopped by human white blood cells. White blood cells function similar to amoeba, consuming invading bacteria to protect the human body. […]
April 29, 2020


STATES REOPENING FOR BUSINESS AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC SHUT DOWN: IS YOUR WATER SAFE? As the month of May 2020 begins, several states, including Florida, Georgia and Texas, are “re-opening” for business. Retail outlets, beauty salons, health clubs and places of worship are preparing to return to pre-pandemic operations in the coming days. OVER ONE MILLION CONFIRMED CASES IN USA As of April 28, 2020, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the […]
April 21, 2020

After Coronavirus, Another Danger Awaits

March 11, 2020

Bacteria in Surgery Scrub Rooms

PROTECT PATIENTS AND HEALTHCARE WORKERS Water: Source and Vector of Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) Infection risk in operating rooms and scrub rooms can be reduced by using AquaMedix inline and CleanSpray® POU filters. In all critical care units of hospitals and outpatient surgery centers, particularly operating room scrub rooms, keeping water free of potentially pathogenic bacteria is of utmost importance. These potential waterborne pathogens include the bacteria Legionella, Pseudomonas, Klebsiella, Acinetobacter and Non-Tuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM.) […]