Peer-Reviewed Research

Below is a library of peer-reviewed research studies on various topics related to building water systems, including disinfection methods, waterborne pathogens and diseases, hospital-associated infections, and more.

LiquiTech did not conduct these studies. They have been compiled as a resource for our customers and partners.

  • All
  • biofilm
  • chlorine dioxide
  • copper-silver ionization
  • corrosion
  • healthcare-associated infections
  • hyperchlorination
  • legionella
  • monochloramine
  • Mycobacterium
  • point-of-use-filtration
  • Pseudomonas
  • superheat-and-flush
  • UV
  • water chemistry
  • water temperature

Examining the Efficacy of Copper-Silver Ionization for Management of Legionella

Topics: copper-silver ionization, Legionella, Nontuberculous Mycobacterium, water chemistry

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Controlling Legionella in Hospital Drinking Water: An Evidence-Based Review of Disinfection Methods

Topics: biofilm, copper-silver ionization, chlorine dioxide, hyperchlorination, Legionella, monochloramine, point-of-use filters, superheat-and-flush, UV, water chemistry

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Use of Copper-Silver Ionization for the Control of Legionella in Alkaline Environments at Healthcare Facilities

Topics: copper-silver ionization, chlorine dioxide, hyperchlorination, Legionella, water chemistry (pH)

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