• ALVIM Srl provides innovative, high-tech solutions for  biofilm monitoring in different applications
  • ALVIM Sensors monitor bacterial biofilm, not generic deposit (fouling) as other  devices do
  • In order to prevent outbreaks of legionella and other harmful bacteria, biofilm growth should be kept under control


ALVIM Srl is a Company born in 2012 from the collaboration between Italian public research (CNR-ISMAR Genova) and private companies. ALVIM provides innovative, high-tech solutions for biological fouling (bacterial fouling) detection and monitoring in industrial plants.

 
  

ALVIM Technology is currently used in more than 30 Countries, in the five Continents, and every day it helps the Technical Staff in charge of cleaning and sanitation treatments, in different industrial fields, to optimize such procedures and to prevent biofilm-related issues, ranging from microbial corrosion (MIC) to Legionella risk.

 
  

What is biofilm?
Which are the differences between a fouling sensor and a biofilm sensor?
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ALVIM Srl is searching for sales agents and distributors
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