Chlorination Services

Water Chlorination Services

Liquiline provide chlorination services which are fully compliant with BS6700 standards for mains water pipework and water supply systems. This process ensures safe sterilisation of drinking water, making it suitable for human consumption at the point of delivery.

As a certified industry leader in water supply, our technicians are highly trained in water standards and hold the National Water Hygiene Scheme Card. We have dedicated vehicles, equipment and water dosing systems to eliminate the chance of cross-contamination.

We can pump chlorinated water to the industry standard of 50mg/l for all pipework and systems. including:

  • Kitchens
  • Canteens
  • Showers
  • Toilets

Plus many more...

Our experienced team allow the chlorinated water to stand for at least one hour in the pipework or system before flushing it through into Liquiline containers for de-chlorination before it is discarded. The system is flushed to remove traces of heavily chlorinated water, with the flushing water left to sit for a further hour before a sample is taken. The sample is sent for analysis to a UKAS Accredited Laboratory.

The UKAS Accredited Laboratory results are reported back to the customer along with a Certificate of Analysis for each sample, certifying the cleanliness of the system/pipework. This report provides an accurate record which meets with the necessary Quality Assurance levels and is recognised by all Environmental Health Officers.

What our team will test for:

  • E-Coli
  • Total Coliforms
  • Microbiological Samples - TVC counts
  • Chlorine residuals
  • Clarity

Additional testing services we can provide:

  • Legionella ( Legionnaires' disease)
  • Taste and colour (quantitative or qualitative)
  • Cryptosporidium
  • pH levels
  • Turbidity (cludiness or haziness of water)
  • Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

If you are interested in a quotation for chlorination services please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help with your requirements.

You may be interested to know more about:

  • When is disinfection required?
  • BS8551:2011 Standards
  • Hygiene and Training
  • Drinking Water Quality Assurance