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New technology in the water treatment industry is giving companies across the UK the opportunity to take steps closer to their environmental targets whilst maintaining good Legionella control on their sites. B & V Water Treatment, teamed with wireless technology experts Radio-Tech, have developed and launched Aquavision, remote water temperature monitoring technology which can be watched in video at
“In the modern world companies need to be thinking about saving time and money. Most importantly, they need to be thinking about being more environmentally friendly than ever before. But it’s important never to compromise on safety. We realised there needed to be a way to bring water treatment into the modern world – by reducing time, money and the carbon footprint whilst remaining within the requirements of legislation. Remote water temperature monitoring product Aquavsion gives companies a chance to do all this by reducing travel time – and therefore reducing their carbon footprint – whilst keeping temperatures on domestic systems where they need to be and therefore combating the risk of Legionella” said a spokesperson for industrial water treatment specialists B & V Water Treatment.
Aquavision automatically takes temperatures from around site and makes the data available from a secure website at any time of the day or night and from anywhere in the world. Out of specification temperatures generate a ‘red flag’, sending an e-mail notification to as many people as the user specifies. “The installation had no effects to us. It was no problem. I certainly wouldn’t go back to manual testing.” said one happy customer.
To learn more about Aquavision visit To learn more about B & V Water Treatment and their services, visit


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