Military Facility Legionella Growth Prevention Solutions with CSIDefender® copper silver ionization for preventing the spread of legionella bacteria in hospitals, bases, field hospitals, barracks and VA healthcare facilities that contain large facility potable water distribution networks.

Keep troops healthy and ready for action with CSIDefender® copper silver ionization by preventing the spread of legionella bacteria in facilities that contain large potable water distribution networks. Military facilities, both domestic and abroad, sometimes face challenging and rapidly changing conditions. Maintain the safety of your infrastructure by taking a proactive approach to legionella prevention without drawing too many resources away from the field.

Copper Silver Ionization Solutions for the Most Difficult Environments

Copper Silver Ionization (CSI) technologies work by releasing positively charged copper and silver ions into the water distribution system. These bond with legionella bacteria preventing growth and saturate potential biofilm to create a hostile environment for growth. For military facilities, this technology is especially effective because it does not require on-site chemical storage or the energy needed to heat water up to 140°F or higher. CSIDefender® is built with quality materials and can be used in the demanding environments that are necessary for military deployment.

Deploy the CSIDefender® for Trusted Potable Water Treatment

CSIDefender® has been proven for almost 20 years of deployments in military facilities around the world. Manufactured in North America from quality materials and engineered to withstand the most challenging environments, CSIDefender® solutions provide the most powerful, reliable, and effective secondary potable water treatment system for your military facility potable water distribution network.

Benefits of CSIDefender®

Like any military technology, size, weight and power (SWaP) requirements are always a major concern. CSIDefender® is compact and requires no on-site chemical storage, and provides significantly better performance than Thermal-eradication or chemical treatments. Based on your legionella risk assessment, a single unit is often powerful enough to treat the entire water distribution system, either at the Point-of-Entry (POE) or Domestic Hot Water (DHW) loop. Skid mounted military solutions are also available for easy deployment and fast installation.

Other potable water treatment systems for legionella only provide short term disinfection, and must be reapplied every 3-6 weeks to consistently control bacteria growth. Alternatively, CSIDefender® provides fully automated, computer controlled and continuous protection by releasing a constant stream of copper and silver ions into the potable water. Boasting a 99.99% uptime and minimal monthly preventative maintenance, you can keep your resources focused on the field, and not on repeatedly treating the water for potential bacteria growth.

Flexibility, adaptability, and agility are critical to the success of any mission. The tools you use to protect your troops from legionella bacteria should be just as flexible yet robust and reliable. CSIDefender® is easy to install in new or existing facilities, meaning you can quickly adjust to changing conditions without disrupting your operations. With no need for on-site chemical storage or other bulky infrastructure, CSI technologies are the perfect solution for your military facility potable water treatment requirements.

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) considers even a small number of Legionella related cases to be an outbreak. Military facilities need to keep their personnel focused on the task at hand and effective in the field. Just as large vehicles and other equipment require preventative maintenance, fixed and mobile potable water distribution infrastructure should be protected against the growth of Legionella bacteria as part of regular operations.

Military facilities around the world have turned to CSIDefender® to combat the growing threat of legionella in their potable water distribution systems.

CSI Legionella Growth Prevention Solutions for Military Facilities Installations

US Air Force Healthcare FacilityJoint Base Andrews, MD, USA

Malcolm Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center (MGMCSC) is the new 345,000-square foot facility that will enhance the 79th Medical Wing’s ability to provide world-class medical services to the nation’s wounded warriors and the area’s service members, retirees and their families who are part of the National Capital Region (NCR) healthcare network. MGMCSC is part of an integrated military medical center with state of the art operating rooms similar to those found at other nearby centers, allowing surgeons to operate effectively at any location. Two CSI-E2 units were installed in this facility to treat the domestic hot water and prevent Legionella growth.

VA Medical CenterGrand Junction, CO, USA

This VA Medical Center (VAMC) facility serves a veteran population of 42,000 residing in in 18 counties in western Colorado, southeastern Utah and the Southwest corner of Wyoming. The VAMC provides primary and secondary care including acute medical, surgical and psychiatric inpatient services as well as a full range of outpatient services. Specialized programs include a Mental Health Care Center, same day surgery, observation beds, mobile MRI imaging. Three CSI AquaLyse E1FS were installed in this healthcare facility to treat the potable domestic hot water zones, replace thermal eradication and prevent Legionella growth.

CSIDefender® Solution Installed:
Model No
CSI-E1FS (2 units / 2 cells) for 2 x DHW Zones CSI-E2FS (1 units / 2 cells) for 1 x DHW Zone
75,000 GPD / 300M3D
DHW x 3 (3 Separate Mechanical Rooms)
Retrofit - Specified US Army Corps of Engineers
10 amps x 2 locations, 20 amps x 1 locations

US Air Force Healthcare Facility374th Airlift Wing, Yokota Air Base, Japan

The US Air Force Medical Group ensures medical readiness and maintains 64 war reserve material projects, including the U.S. Air Force’s largest Patient Movement Item inventory. The facility in Japan is expandable to 115 beds to provide healthcare, preventative medicine and environmental protection to more than 11,000 personnel. One CSI-E4FS was installed in this healthcare facility to treat 100% of the incoming potable water supply to prevent Legionella growth.

CSIDefender® Solution Installed:
Model No
CSI-E4FS (1 unit / 4 cells)
75,000 GPD / 300M3D
POE / In-Line
MEP - Specified US Army Corps of Engineers
40 amps

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