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According to the German Drinking Water Ordinance 2001, planners and manufacturers of drinking water supply systems in watercraft such as yachts, boats or even houseboats are obliged to plan them in such a way that a high level of supply security and perfect hygienic conditions are guaranteed. “The drinking water supply systems must be planned, installed and also operated in such a way that drinking water is delivered even if several foreseeable extreme conditions occur (e.g. heating of the storage tanks/hoses in summer, vibrations) …” 1 . Due to this special requirement of the “mobile systems”, the NA 119-04-01 AA “Principles for drinking water supply” is the standard set by the Water Management Standards Committee (NAW). DIN 2001-2: Drinking water supply from small systems and non-potable systems – Part 2: Non-potable systems – Guiding principles for requirements for drinking water, planning, construction, operation and maintenance of systems, emerged.
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1 Excerpt from DIN 2001-2, 7.4 Requirements for planning, installation and operation
Automatic, self-dosing (drinking) water preservation using silver ions (active ingredient according to DIN EN 15030).
Fully automatic water disinfection in the flow process using UV-C radiation.