Agriculture safe drinking water for your animals

Providing healthy drinking water to farm animals is key to their well being.  It is also key to protecting them from an increasing number of pathogens and diseases.

Drinking water pipes are usually plastic:

Plastic piping is particularly vulnerable to the growth of biofilm. This is because plastic substances supports microbiological growth.

The temperature of the water in the pipes can rise to above safe levels:

Chicken houses generally operate around 35oc and this is the ideal temperature for breeding bacteria.

Biofilm removal from plastic pipes

The EndoSan (based on HuwaSan Technology) removes  biofilm from the plastic piping which is used to provide drinking water to chickens.
After biofilm removal clear, clean water is produced. This is far healthier for the chickens and also far healthier for us..

The biofilm would include a mixture of bacteria, and could include legionella.

The ability for biofilm to grow effectively depends on the purity of the water and on the material of the pipework it’s flowing through.

On farm land, animal water pipes and irrigation lines are very vulnerable to biofilm growth. This means that the animals and crops are vulnerable to subsequent pathogens.

The solution is simple

EndoSan (based on HuwaSan Technology) gets rid of biofilm, therefore keeping drinking water clean and safe for your animals. This is effective in environments where temperature control  isn’t possible.

And chickens will actually drink more water when it’s dosed with EndoSan, as they prefer the taste when there is no chlorine present. This leads to healthier and bigger livestock which will increase crop valve.

EndoSan (now HuwaSan) is a single chemical fix and incredibly easy to use. But, perhaps most importantly of all, using EndoSan (now HuwaSan) gets rid of the need for dangerous chlorine dioxide dosing that requires mixing two chemicals to produce chlorine dioxide gas.

For more information, contact SAFESOL at any time. We would love to speak to you  on 0191 447 8008, alternatively send an email or reach us via our contact page

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