✓ Effective against biofilm, biofouling and microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC)
✓ Effective against e.g. listeria, pseudomonas and salmonella
✓ Without the use of expensive chemicals: Fully biodegradable
✓ Safe to use
Replace expensive and harmful chemicals with a system that allows you to make a sustainable and proven effective disinfectant yourself on site. This means that you are assured of structurally germ-free water.
Bert Blaauw - Frisian Egg
Over the years, biofilm has developed in our pipework. We rinsed with chemicals at regular intervals, but these always seemed to have a temporary effect.
Quality Manager Bert Blaauw of Frisian Egg in Drachten was looking for a structural, effective disinfection method. The Watter system was the solution for him.
We define process water as the water used in the factory process. Forms of process water are for example
Because the water comes into contact with the product, or at least the production process, you want it to be free of bacteria, viruses, mould and yeasts. This prevents premature loss and bad smell and/or taste. This explains the importance of germ-free process water.
'At Collall, we produce glue and paint products, among which those with water as a base and for the majority of elementary schools in the Netherlands,' CEO Patrick van Rhijn explains. 'As a result, the quality control is very important in our production process. We used to have a lot of yeasts in our raw materials. It made the the packages bulge and the products stink badly.'
'By using Watter, we have optimalised our prouduction process, which made us have next to no more loss of quality. We are now able to exlude yeasts and other micro-organism in our production lines. It is safe and easy to use and I can recommended to any other producer that deals with water.'
Guarantee the optimal microbiological quality of your process water
Germination in drinking water can be the cause of quality losses and undesirable odours and flavours, among other things. Besides cleaning, disinfection steps are also necessary. In this white paper, you will find explanations and tips about clean water on your farm.