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Legionnaires Outbreak in Corby linked to Hotel

The pool and spa at Corby’ Holiday Inn have been closed for an investigation into cases of legionnaires’ disease. Public Health England is working with Corby Council to investigate the two cases and environmental health officers are advising the hotel on what action it must take before its facilities can re-open. Legionnaires’ disease is caused…

Introduction to Cooling Water

Almost all industrial operations use water in some phase of the manufacturing process. The most common process water applications are for heating and cooling operations. In fact, about 70% of all fresh water used by industry today is for non-contact cooling purposes. Chemical plants, petroleum refineries, metal producing plants, textile mills, paper mills, food, rubber, and practically all…

What is Corrosion?

Corrosion is the reversion of metals to their natural state by oxidation, an electrochemical reaction that causes a loss of the metal structure. The site where corrosion occurs is called a corrosion cell. Corrosion may take a variety of physical forms. General corrosion occurs when corrosion cells are spread broadly across large surface areas; pitting…

New Legionella Awareness Training Courses Announced

In true rock and roll style, Presenter Gary Hogben has added an extra date to his UK and European tour (Both based at Feedwater Moreton Merseyside) for Legionella Awareness Training. The dates now available for booking are: Thursday the 25th of September 2014 Wednesday the 3rd of September 2014 The cost is £350 per person (plus…

Industrial Boiler Types

Fire Tube or Shell Boilers This is the most common type of boiler used in small and medium sized industrial installations. Fire tube boilers are often produced as ‘packaged’ units complete with pumps and control system, requiring only connection to a suitable water and fuel supply before commencing operation. In fire tube boilers the flame…