Ineffective water treatment has led to down manning of entire platforms in the case of Legionella bacteria being found in the water system
Waterborne illness can severely affect productivity on offshore platforms and camps, and can lead to down manning of entire facilities. Protect yourself with ClO2
Whether it is an offshore platform or remote camp, the challenges associated with maintaining effective water hygiene in cramped and intensive working environments cannot be overlooked.
Taste, odour, legionella and general water hygiene are just some of the problems faced by those charged with providing accommodation services in the sector. The use of tankered water supplies and/or water makers make these challenges even more intensive, particularly when dealing with ageing infrastructure or temporary onshore camp accommodation.
Drawing on our extensive experience, not only in the oil & gas sector, but also in precision environments such as healthcare, Scotmas are able to offer robust, yet precise solutions to water treatment in these extreme environments. Using the same technology that keeps patients safe in hospitals around the world, Scotmas deliver a precision dose of ClO2 biocide to all bunkered water through hydrophore or tanker based systems, taking careful measurement of and pre-treatment that may have been carried out on the water prior to bunkering.
Our exacting approach means that staff can be assured of top quality water throughout their trip, and operators can rest assured that the risk of disruption and sickness due to bacterial infection has been minimised.