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An energy efficient bacterial outbreak preventive systems using high quality sensors for cooling towers

August 2021
Gallery Hydro-S3DP 1
Gallery Hydro-S3DP 1


Hydro-S3DP is an IoT solution that allows Legionella and bacterial prevention in real-time by combining high quality sensors which include two IP protected sensors, Big Data analysis through Machine Learning algorithms and biocide free water disinfection systems. It enables fast detection and allows automated treatment over Legionella contamination in cooling systems.

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Label Date August 25, 2021
From Spain
Maturity stage Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Funding, Partners, Credibility

The environmental benefits

  • Hydro-S3DP is an IoT automated Legionella prevention system enhanced by machine learning, replacing hazardous manual sampling.
  • Hydro-S3DP reduces biocide consumption up to 100% while increasing their life span from 5-8 to 25 years.
  • With the current number of registered legionella outbreaks, Hydro-S3DP is expect to prevent 1 outbreak for each 6, 49 and 75 installed units in hospitals, nursing homes and hotels respectively.
  • Reduce biocide consumption up to 100%.
  • Reduce energy consumption of cooling towers up to 88% in hard water condition.
  • Optimize cooling tower maintenance cost up to a 30%, while increasing their life span from 5-8 to 25 years.

The Financial benefits

  • Save from 63.5-118.5k€/year per cooling tower (maintenance, bacterial monitoring, closure of installation, potential litigation, etc..)
  • Less than 2 years payback time.
  • Favorises the use of more efficient cooling systems than air cooling by limiting bacterial treat.

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Sens Solutions

Sens Solutions provides innovative IoT sensing solutions for water and air to be integrated in any indoor and outdoor facility.

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Headquarters 08193 Cerdanyola del Vallès, Barcelona, Spain
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