The only EPA registered technology for Legionella control

LiquiTech’s environmentally sustainable solutions help save lives by ensuring that hospitals, hotels & other facilities
have dependably clean, safe drinking water systems.


Preventing outbreaks for the long haul

Unlike other treatment modalities, LiquiTech's innovative copper silver ionization system continuously hunts and kills Legionella bacteria, preventing outbreaks and providing long-term protection. 

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A widely recognized solution

Only copper silver ionization has received EPA recognition as a biocide against Legionella and is now a requirement for all new military health facilities. LiquiTech has received certifications and marks from all relevant authorities in the U.S. and Europe. More than 1,400 LiquiTech systems have been installed globally.

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Far & away, the healthcare leader

The list of satisfied LiquiTech clients includes more than 350 of the largest and most prestigious healthcare facilities, such as Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York; Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago; UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles; and Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle.

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Remote control & the power of prevention

Using a web-based application, the LiquiTech® System can be monitored from anywhere, including by us, freeing your team to focus on water testing and system maintenance - a crucial element in long-term control of Legionella.

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Outbreak News

More Legionella found at VA Campus

October 09, 2015

Bacteria that cause Legionnaires' disease were found Friday in two water fixtures in staff areas at the Veterans Affairs campus in O'Hara, VA officials said....

Legionella Found in Hospital Water

June 21, 2015

A ward at Teesside’s biggest hospital in the UK was closed after legionella bacteria was found in the water supply. Patients at James Cook University...

Legionella Discovered at Fire Station

March 27, 2015

Firefighters and paramedics have been evacuated from their personal station because it is over-run with legionella bacteria.Emergency crews fled the base right...


Congressional Hearing on Flint Crisis

Washington - Gina McCarthy and Governor Rick Snyder (R-MI) testified at a hearing on the Safe Drinking Water Act and lead contamination of the water supply in Flint, Michigan. 

10th Fatal Case of Legionnaires in Flint

Flint, MI - Michigan health officials have found a 10th fatal case of Legionnaires' disease in the Flint area amid an outbreak some experts have linked to the city's water crisis.

MI Officials Warn of Legionella Risk

Flint, MI - Michigan health officials are warning Flint-area residents that warmer weather can bring a greater risk for Legionnaires' disease, a pneumonia that can be fatal.