Biogen Technologies, S.L.
Water Hygiene Experts
The H2OFilters are end point filters (POU FILTERS) specially designed for the protection and prevention of nosocomial infections caused by water pathogens, such as Legionella, Pseudomonas, Klebsiella, Serratia, Aspergillus, among others. Our filtration system retains the pathogens providing a water in sterile grade.
It is increasingly important to ensure that the water consumed, and not just the water that is ingested, is safe and is not contaminated by microbes.
Nosocomial infections and microbiological outbreaks in the water are becoming more common and their eradication by antibiotics, in the case of infections, are increasingly complicated and costly due to the appearance of multiresistant pathogens. Due to these same pathogens, chlorination, thermal shock, and other disinfection systems must be carried out more regularly, which means an increase in costs.
Biogen Technologies, through its H2Ofilters range of terminal filters for water, provides technically and scientifically proven solutions that are 100% compatible with common disinfection systems.
BIOGEN TECHNOLOGIES, S.L.
Biogen Technologies, S.L. was founded in 2007 and are experts in water hygiene, within this sector we are manufacturers of what we believe is the leading technology in point-of-use sterile water filtration. Our point-of-use filters for water, tap and shower, are classified as CE marked medical devices class I in Europe and provide water free of all types of pathogens … read more
On October 16, 17 and 18 we will be at the XX National and IX International Congress of the SEMPSPH of preventive medicine, public health and hygiene that will take place in Madrid. We will be happy to answer all your questions and questions and be able to answer them...
In the daily hospital use of a room and over time, there are several patients who touch the shower head, sowerhead that after its continued use suffers a bacterial aggression with the consequent contamination by retrocontamination, thus increasing the spread of...
An investigation by the University of Colorado Boulder says that bacteria that are generated in a shower head can cause lung diseases such as tuberculosis or leprosy. This bacterium that lives in the inner part of the heads is of the Mycobacteriaceae family. According...