New Approval Makes Leading Electrochlorination System Ideally Suited To Facilities Management Applications
A leading manufacturer of industrial and commercial water treatment solutions has announced that its electrochlorination system has been approved for use on UK public water supplies. Gaffey Technical Services has revealed that its Hyprolyser® 280-2200 system is now approved under Regulation 31 of the Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations 2000. This further acknowledges the quality of the system, and makes it an even more attractive proposition for the wide range of building and facilities management, water and general processing applications where it has already found considerable success.
The Gaffey Hyprolyser® system has been widely proven in commercial and municipal waste-water, swimming pool and private drinking water supply applications. Its market-leading technology generates sodium hypochlorite by applying an electrical current to a water and salt solution. This eliminates the need for on-site chlorine storage, and offers a reliable, low-risk and environmentally-friendly solution for disinfecting water.
“This is another step forward in the progress we’ve been making with the Hyprolyser® system,” comments technical director, Andrew Gaffey. “There are over 300 Hyprolyser® systems in use internationally on major water treatment applications including theme parks, wastewater, industrial and food preparation processes, plus high-profile installations such as the Edinburgh Royal Commonwealth Pool, Center Parcs in Woburn Forest and the Logan Solar Water Treatment project in Australia.