The Copper Silver Ionization System that Works

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


What's in the water?

The potable water supply is often an afterthought for most facility managers, but if neglected it can be the source of deadly outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease with catastrophic results. See How LiquiTech can help.

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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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Outbreak News

Lawsuit Filed in Lehigh County Outbreak

July 23, 2014

The families of two men who died after being diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease following an outbreak at a South Whitehall Township medical facility and a...

Legionella Warning Over Birthing Pools

June 19, 2014

The NHS in England is issuing a warning over the use of certain types of home birthing pools following a case of Legionnaires' disease which has been linked to...

Legionnaires' Traced to Dirty Spa Pool

June 05, 2014

Two cases of legionnaires' disease were linked to the same motel spa pool in Hokitika that had not been kept clean and maintained.An Environmental Science and...


CDC Errs on Legionnaires' Disease Policy

Forbes: Recent revelations about several instances of scientists’ mishandling of dangerous pathogens—including potentially lethal anthrax bacteria and H5N1 bird flu–at the federal Centers for Disease

The Detroit Water Crisis Detroit did most of its growing in the 30 years between 1920 and 1950 – the population nearly doubled, from 994,000 to 1,850,000 (It’s now about 685,000).

Legionnaires' In LTC: A Hidden Threat

Long-Term Living: In the summer of 2013, the Wesley Ridge Retirement Community in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, experienced the largest and deadliest Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in state history.