FILTRAY Point-of-use water filter showerhead and faucet against legionella

Fight nosocomial infections:

  • Sterilizing-grade filtration effective against all germs
  • Certified filters for Legionella pneumophila, Pseudomonas aeruginosa & Aspergillus

Protect high risk patients:

  • Oncology wards
  • Marrow and solid organ transplant units
  • ICUs
  • Neonates
  • Paediatric hemato-oncology department
  • Manual washing and rinsing scope

Infection control filters

Optimize your annual cost with longer product life extended up to 4 months.





FILT'RAY 2G Point-of-Use Filter

Prevent nosocomial infection and ensure purity of water in healthcare facilities

Disposable water filters have to become a new part of Infection Prevention Control to reduce Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) and annual cost.

HAI in the hospital increased your length of stay by 15.6 days. $2 billion per year and 80 thousand people in medical care are related to premise plumbing pathogens. (American Medical Association)

Be proactive and develop use of permanent water filters to secure point of use as faucet and shower.

Additional use of POU filters is when Legionella positivity above acceptable levels is determined by environmental culturing, installation of Point-of-Use filters are the most immediately effective response. Secondary disinfection may be implicated for long term remediation.

Infection control solutions

Ensure purity of drinking water in healthcare facilities

Infection control solutions

An economic way for an immediate barrier against waterborne nosocomial infection for high risk patients who are immunocompromised.

Discover our brand new solutions for infection control: FILT'RAY 2G

Point-of-Use Waters Filters have been used as an additional control measure and secondary disinfection programs that provides an immediate physical barrier to waterborne pathogen transmission.

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Disposable Water filter provides a physical barrier to waterborne pathogen transmission (Legionella, Pseudomonas) from water in healthcare facility. Evaluation of the efficacy of filters was conducted by Special Pathogens Laboratory, The Legionella Experts®.

What facilities should develope a water safety plan and consider point-of-use filters?

The facilities that should be concerned with Legionella are those containing domestic hot water distribution and those that expose the patients or occupants to water points of use likely to emit aerosols that may cause the spread of legionella.

Healthcare, Long Term Care, Rehabilitation Facilities, Hospitality & Public Buildings

Legionella risk management

Technologies for infection control in premise plumbing systems

CMS requirement to Reduce Legionella Risk in Healthcare Facility Water Systems to Prevent Cases and Outbreaks of Legionnaires’ Disease

Scientific Literature Review – Office of Water EPA 810-R-16-001 September 2016.

POU filtration is defined as: "the use of a device applied to a single tap for the purpose of reducing contaminants in drinking water at that one tap." POU filtration can be used at specific taps, faucets and showerheads as a temporary measure to provide a physical barrier against Legionella.

Hospitals have used this technology as a way to reduce disease transmission through potable water (Ortolano et al., 2005). POU water filtration may be an effective measure for remediation situations if a controlled area in the water system can be targeted.

Filters can be installed immediately and are a better alternative than restricting showering and providing bottled water.

Many home owners; facility owners; and operators of hospitals, nursing homes and hotels utilize POU membrane filtration devices, often in a proactive and preventative manner, but also in response to emergencies (USEPA, 2006d). Many hospitals use POU membrane filtration proactively in areas with high-risk patients (e.g., in oncology wards, bone marrow and solid organ transplant units, and ICUs.


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