Water Hygiene

Water hygiene and design is one of the most important aspects of home and business maintenance, especially concerning health and wellbeing..

PHD Mechanical is a leading supplier of Legionella control services as well as hygiene risk assessment, providing remedial works to a variety of clients throughout the UK. We serve commercial and residential customers, as well as local authorities, social housing and industrial clients, meeting and even surpassing health and safety standards with the help of industry specialists, local labour resources, a sophisticated data management system and direct discussions with the client.

PHD Mechanical specialises in some of the most vital services in the water hygiene industry, including:
  • Complete system and storage cleaning
  • Structured programmes involving cleaning, disinfecting and remediation
  • Detailed, written reports which cover the system layout and pipe work schematics as well as health monitoring
  • High standard methods of conducting control measures and remedial work
  • Assessment of on-site personnel to guarantee they meet the respective training standard
  • Comprehensive planned maintenance and monitoring, using ZetaSafe®
  • On-site risk assessments with asset registers including Legionella and the use of Radio-Tech’s aquavision remote water delivery temperature gauge for Legionella control
  • Identification and prioritisation of remedial works required to achieve ACoP L8 compliance and meet the Water Supply (Fittings) Regulations, 1999.
  • Auditing programmes which survey water usage in order to identify where water can be saved and efficiency can be improved, thus resulting in lower bills and less carbon footprint

Design

As well as working on and improving current water systems, PHD Mechanical strives to move ahead with the resource industry and improve the efficiency and quality of water hygiene systems and design. We keep all of our clients up to date on the latest and best in the industry as well as detailed information about the models of the equipment we use and their respective costs. This includes products in mechanical, electrical and public health engineering, renewable energy systems, thermal and carbon modelling, and utilities networks.