Swimming and bathing water
According to the Infection Protection Law, swimming and bathing water, in addition to drinking water, may not pose a risk to human health. To avoid health risks, DIN 19643-1 establishes requirements for the hygienic use of swimming and bathing water. This regulation sets forth different testing obligations for public facilities operators.
- Sampling by qualified personnel who are integrated into the quality management system of our laboratory and work with us as their primary profession.
- Microbiological and chemical analyses of swimming and bathing water, filtrate, filling and cleaning water.
- Indoor and outdoor pools
- Natural outdoor pools and other natural bodies of water
- Small swimming ponds (lined ponds
- Therapeutic baths
- Delivery of provisional reports if values exceed microbiological requirements
- Planning required sampling in consideration of legally prescribed testing intervals and notifying responsible persons, as well as delivering testing results to the Health Department upon request
- Advising on operator obligations
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