Many hospitals are introducing low water consumption practices, including low-flush toilets to reduce their carbon footprint. This unfortunately can increase blockages. Hospitals also often use macerators to send papier mâché bed pans down the drains. Combining these newly introduced solids to drier pipes will increase blockages.
Blocked and partially blocked drains can increase smell and flies, and raise the volume of pathogens carrying through a drainage network. Everyone can be susceptible to getting sick from the spread of viruses, but when you are exposing people with vulnerable or compromised immune systems, the concern is heightened.
Dyteqta’s simple but brilliant technology is backed by patents in our specific field of detecting deficiencies in drainage systems for buildings with a study being built around sonar plumbing and public health engineering. We are dedicated to focusing our solutions on reducing health risks associated with the spread of spore travelling viruses, such as the commercially crippling NORO virus which was recently confirmed as travelling through plumbing.
Our system is a solution that uses silent, sonar technology. It’s relatively non-invasive, simple to install and installations can take place on ‘live’ plumbing. We have successfully installed Dyteqta’s solution in hospitals. These installations are arguably the most important in our line of work as we feel the monitoring and proactively maintaining the drainage in a hospital can save lives.
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