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Copper-silver ionisations systems must comply with ACoP L8 which states:
‘It is the duty of the responsible person to make reasonable enquiries to ensure that organisations such as water treatment companies or consultants, together with personnel from the occupier’s organisation, are competent and suitably trained and have the necessary equipment to carry out their duties within the written scheme in a safe and adequate manner …
Service providers should also ensure that their staff are competent to carry out the task safely.’
Further explanation for this can be found here.
Erosion and calcification of the electrodes occurs, to a greater or lesser degree, in all copper-silver ionisation systems thus ‘routine inspection and maintenance’ is also required by ACoP L8.
In other words, the Tarn-Pure copper-silver ionisation system must be easily accessible.
To achieve this, the installer will need to have specified:
1.1 On-site location:
Service engineers should be able access the system without disturbing e.g.
1.2 Water system:
Tarn-Pure copper-silver ionisation systems can be installed:
Wherever the system is installed, a by-pass is desirable so the Tarn-Pure cell can be removed for service with minimum disruption to the water system.
2. WHAT are the characteristics of the water supply, including:
Tips for a successful Installation:
Once installed, the Tarn-Pure system will need to be commissioned by Tarn-Pure Ltd.
Service visits may include any or all of the following, subject to customer needs:
Service frequency is influenced by the hardness of the water in circulation (in areas of extremely hard water softening devices may be employed).
A comprehensive Operation and Installation Manual provided with all Tarn-Pure equipment, but please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.