*Claims against organisms other than Legionella are based on independent, peer reviewed scientific research and have not been reviewed, evaluated, or approved by the EPA.
1 Silliker Laboratories “Efficacy of a Water Purification System” November 26, 2002 5
2 Liu Z, Stout JE, Tedesco L, Boldin M, Hwang C, Diven WF, Yu VL. Controlled evaluation of copper-silver ionization in eradicating Legionella pneumophila from a hospital water distribution system. J Infect Dis 1994; 169:919-922.
3 Allegheny County Health Department. Approaches to Prevention and Control of Legionella Infection in Allegheny County Health Care Facilities (Second Edition). Allegheny County Health Department, Pittsburgh, PA 1997; 1-15 ,
4 Lin YE, Vidic RD, Stout JE, Yu VL. Legionella in water distribution systems. J Amer Water Works Assoc 1998; 90:112-121.
5 Stout JE, Yu VL. Experience of the First 16 Hospitals Using Copper-Silver Ionization for Legionella Control: Implications for the Evaluation of Other Disinfection Modalities
6 Shih HY, Lin YE, Yang TC, Lay JJ “Efficacy of a commercial Copper-Silver Ionization System in Eradicating Waterborne Pathogens in vitro and in a Model Plumbing System” 2007 American Society for Microbiology Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, May, 2007
7 Lin YE…. “Inactivation of M. avium by Copper & Silver Ions” (in vitro) November, 1997
8 Huang H, Huang W, Lin YE, Chen Y, Yang T. “In Vitro Efficacy of Copper and Silver Ions in Killing Stenotrophomonas maltophilia and Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Implications for Disinfecting Hospital Water Systems” American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 2004