LEGK1 - T Type Legionnaires Temperature Monitoring Kit

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£188.50
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Description

This Kit may be used to monitor the temperature of both running and standing water, as well as the surface of pipes and tanks that form part of a water system. The kit comprises of:

• MM2008 Digital Single Input Thermocouple Thermometer

• TM03 Immersion temperature probe

• TS07 Surface temperature probe

• TA01 Fine wire probe

20 x TAPS Thermocouple Attachment Pads

• Carry Case (LEGC01)

TEMPRB Temperature Log Book

• Legionella Booklet

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Product Faqs

  • Why do I need to monitor water temperature in my building?

    It’s important to monitor the water temperature in your building because tepid water is the environment at which Legionnaires’ disease is most likely to thrive. Water that is transported around a building can drop (or rise) to unsafe temperatures, risking the spread of bacteria. This is why your legionella risk assessment will often recommend that you monitor the water temperature in your building.

  • What is Legionnaires’ disease?

    Legionnaires’ disease is a potentially fatal illness caused by the legionella bacterium, which may be present in tepid water and is spread by inhalation of fine water droplets or spray.

  • What does the HSE require me to do to monitor water temperature in my building?

    The HSE's ACOP L8 requires that a legionella risk assessment is carried out, and that the subsequent recommendations to control the risk are implemented. These usually include regular water temperature monitoring. 

  • What are the required water temperatures for buildings?

    To prevent an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease, the HSE’s ACOP L8 recommends that hot water in a building should be stored above 60°C and distributed above 50°C, and cold water distributed below 20°C.