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Legionella Tap filter - point-of-use tap filter for use in high-risk areas of medical facilities - Baclyser® Neo TL 2 month

Product description

The Baclyser® neo T is a sterile1, point-of-use tap filter for use in high-risk areas
of medical facilities for the prevention of bacterial nosocomial infections caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Legionella pneumophila, Stenotrophomonas maltophilia or Staphylococcus aureus in immunocompromised and immunosuppressed patients. The effect is achieved by interrupting the transmission path of these germs through filtration of the water and protection against retrograde contamination when using the water taps through hygienic design and antimicrobial protection functions. The Baclyser® neo T is available in three different service lifes (1M, 2M and 3M) and in two different outlet variants each (laminar and rose).


Technical data

Size: 49.3 mm x Ø 52 mm Retention: 7 log steps 2 Membrane: Flat sheet membrane, pore size 0.2 μm

Operating time: up to 31, 62 or 93 days (1M, 2M or 3M) 3
Flow rate: 15.5 l/min at 5 bar,
13.1 l/min at 3 bar

Max. operating pressure: 5 bar 4
Max. operating temperature: 60 °C
(at 75 °C ≤ 90 min over operating time) Connection: Quick-release coupling Chlorine resistance: ≤ 10 ppm 5 Chlorine dioxide resistance: ≤ 0,8 mg/l


Maintenance and Cleaning

The Baclyser® neo T requires no maintenance within the specified operating time. The outside of the filter can be cleaned using common surface disinfectants. To prevent retrograde contamination, daily wipe disinfection of the Baclyser® neo T is recommended.

When replacing the Baclyser® neo T, a small amount of unfiltered water will flow out. Over time, this will lead to deposits. For this reason, adapters and connections should be checked at regular intervals for functionality and proper condition and replaced as required.

Baclyser® Neo TL (2M) Legionella Tap filter 2 month

SKU: 102691
Excluding VAT
Price Options
One-time purchase
Repeat order 2 month
£38.57every 2 months until canceled
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