Purification & disinfection of drinking water
to combat viruses, bacteria and germs in drinking water, such as E.Coli, Pseudomonas and Legionella.
biostream® GmbH offers you highly effective disinfectants for use in the following areas
table water units, postmix units, dental units at dentists, drinking water bubblers and mobile drinking water units,
e.g. on ships and in mobile homes.
The biostream® products are also successfully used for the disinfection of reverse osmosis systems and air conditioning systems.
They are also suitable for disinfecting drinking water in times of crisis, for emergency preparedness in the event of blackouts, power failures and other disasters.
Our products fight viruses, bacteria and germs in drinking water, such as E.Coli, Pseudomonas and Legionella.
Our guiding principle since 2001: „Disinfection in perfection“.
- ready for use within only 3 hours
- effective over the entire drinking water pH range
- suitable for aluminum tanks
- suitable for disinfection of drinking water in times of crisis, for emergency preparedness in case of blackout, power failure and other disaster situations
- 25 times stronger than hydrogen peroxide (according to DVGW worksheet W291)
- highly effective against:
Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Pseudomonads, Pseudomonas)
Escherichia coli (E.coli) and coliform bacteria
Legionella / Legionella pneumophila
- without heavy metals (silver, copper)
- no germ resistance formation known
- Euro standard DIN EN12671 "Chlorine dioxide"
- EU drinking water regulation
- compliant with Article 95 (2) (EU) No. 528/2012 / Biocide Directive
- DVGW worksheet W291 and is thus approved for disinfection of water distribution systems
- Guideline No. 5 of the AK of the coastal countries for ship hygiene
- DVGW worksheet W224 "Dosing of a chlorine dioxide solution prepared on site"
- DIN 2001-2 / DIN 2001-2:2009-04 "Drinking water supply from small systems and non-potable systems - Part 2: Non-potable systems - Guidelines for requirements for drinking water, planning, construction, operation and maintenance of systems; Technical rule of the DVGW"
- Active ingredient approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for disinfection of drinking water
- The active ingredient has been used to disinfect drinking water in waterworks since the mid-1950s
SUSTAINABLE CONTROL OF LEGIONELLA AND BIOFILMS
Legionella (e.g. Legionella pneumophila) are a water hygiene problem that is often underestimated. They are also the cause of legionnaires' disease (legionellosis).
Legionella settle in the so-called biofilms, which can only be combated poorly or not at all by e.g. disinfectants containing hydrogen peroxide. Chlorine also has less disinfecting power than the active ingredient chlorine dioxide present in our products.
According to the current Drinking Water Ordinance, biostream® products are approved as disinfectants for drinking water. In addition, our products comply with the current requirements of the Biocide Directive.
Our customers combat biofilms, viruses and bacteria in very different application scenarios: The dentist worries about his treatment unit and the yacht owner or camper cares about the perfect hygiene of his water tank. But our products are also used in industry to combat Legionella and E.Coli.
The biostream® products are available in different container sizes and packaging:
We deliver as individually as necessary. For example, biostream® asepticaPRO is available in small 10ml vials that require very little storage space and are therefore ideal for travel and outdoor expeditions.
All biostream® products are approved as disinfectants for drinking water according to the current Drinking Water Ordinance and comply with Article 95 (2) of the Biocide Regulation (Regulation (EU) No. 528/2012).
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE AND AGENTS CONTAINING SILVER ARE NOT AN ALTERNATIVE
The biostream® products ZERO and asepticaPRO comply with DIN 2001-2:2009-04 (drinking water supply from small systems and non-stationary systems) and they are effective over the entire drinking water pH range. Hydrogen peroxide is not mentioned in the DIN as a disinfectant - also in the current UBA list of the Federal Environment Agency hydrogen peroxide is only mentioned as an oxidant - but not as a disinfectant.
Take a look at the label of the disinfectant you are currently using: If you find hydrogen peroxide as the active ingredient there, then according to the Federal Environment Agency you are NOT using a DISINFECTING AGENT but an oxidizing agent which, according to DVGW worksheet W291, must be dosed 25 X more strongly in order to achieve the same effectiveness as the active ingredient in the biostream® products.
And if your product also contains silver: Silver is also not mentioned as a disinfectant but only as a preservative. In addition, the following note on this can be found in the DIN: "Only in exceptional cases when storing drinking water without consumption for a longer period of time. Preservation does not replace any necessary disinfection of drinking water that is not in perfect condition."
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Use biocidal products with care. Always read label and product information before use.
All statements on effectiveness refer to the many years of experience of biostream® GmbH, to information from technical literature, laws, regulations and to positive customer references.
Gender language: As already communicated 04/2019: On our websites we use the word "employee/customer/user" for simpler wording. However, we define "employee/customer/user" not only in the masculine form but also in the currently used definition (m/f/d).