Mechanical & Equipment services provided by Jordan Environmental


Building Sevices Professionals now face demands to keep pace with expectations for higher standards of protection, compliance and energy conservation.

Jordan Environmental provide solutions to these problems by supplying specialist equipment as well as undertaking basic mechanical remediation aspects on historic installation issues.

We stress that we are NOT a mechanical company, but the required removal of pipe-work deadlegs, replacement of storage vessels and installation of specialised equipment, has become the expected domain of the of the Environmental Building Services specialist.

Jordan Environmental Equipment & Mechanical Services

Within today’s Environmental Building Services projects there have been many developments that have necessitated the ‘equipment hardware’ that is effectively providing solutions to problems, as well as compliance and energy savings.

Mechanical rectification to the system layout can also be the prerequisite to a safer and more efficient system.

Recognition that system layout, including pipe-work deadlegs, may be increasing risks from legionellosis, NRBs and Pseudomonads could be the starting point. Therefore the removal or reconfiguring of pipe-work, as well as water storage vessel removal or installation, traditionally the work of mechanical companies, has become the expected domain of the Environmental specialist. Jordan Environmental can provide the completion of these works, or other specific installation enabling or appropriate mechanical peripheral work.

Specialised, and sometimes unique equipment is now more commonly used to provide higher levels of performance when compared to historic service roles. This will include the supply and operation of known technologies, such as Chlorine Dioxide dosing units and Side Stream Filtration Units, through to some ‘in-house developed’ innovations such as ‘Temporary Fill Stations’, targeted at protecting wet systems during complex and protracted installation or refurbishment projects.

Jordan Environmental supply and develop a range of mechanical equipment and techniques to fully support and enhance our service lead portfolio of skills.

When specialised equipment fits the bill to overcome existing problems or enhance levels of efficiency it does not adhere to the ‘working time directive’ and operates for you 24/7. That can equal top bang for your buck when getting a job done !

Apart from the skilled mechanical services that we offer we also supply, install and service the following specialist equipment :-

Equipment & Mechanical Services by Jordan Environmental
  • Continuous disinfection systems / Chlorine Dioxide
  • Installation, Servicing and Disinfection Water Softeners
  • Supply, installation and Servicing of Side Stream Filtration
  • Installation of Mechanical Peripherals (flow through expansion vessel / fixed pipe discharge from dirt separators)
  • Temporary Fill Stations (used while filling systems)
  • Supply and installation of anti-scale water conditioners

Services Summary

For a quick overview of what we do – take a look at our Summary of Services.

Also request TECHNICAL BULLETINS for more detailed information.

Building Engineering Services Association
Legionella Control Association
Commissioning Specialists Association
The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme


Important information regarding COVID-19 Pandemic


The following is not intended to add further anxiety to an already bad situation but is factual advice that Building Services Professionals should already be aware of, but which is worth repeating.

We are working in unprecedented and extraordinary times with the way that the Coronavirus Virus (Covid-19) Pandemic has suddenly impacted on all aspects of our lives.

It is therefore understandable that a majority of companies, organisations and institutions are focussing on their own strategies of operation and protection. At Jordan Environmental Ltd we are facing the same challenges.

A totally understandable reaction to the current Covid-19 issue is to close to all ‘outsiders’ but this ignores a foundation principle of COSHH and risk reduction.

The mitigation of one risk could be creating another.

This is what happening with Water Hygiene aspects.

We urge those responsible for the Building Water Services to consider this aspect when reducing occupancy levels or closing buildings, as the risk from waterborne bacteria, including Legionella, will become elevated as the risk of Covid-19 is reduced.

The mitigation of one risk could be creating another.

Information regarding COVID-19 Pandemic

Bacteria inevitably colonise water systems and when these become irregularly used or mothballed in increasing levels of ‘Lockdown’, the bacteria will start to multiply.

The approach of the Spring and Summer, with higher ambient temperatures creating tepid water temperatures, will create ‘the perfect storm’!

We highly recommend that existing water hygiene regimes should be continued and as well as introduction of other additional aspects that can be undertaken by site staff.

Not every aspect of our service provision would be considered as ‘essential’ but ongoing legionella control and prevention is! This is recognised by leading professional organisations.

Please allow us to attend to your sites where at all possible. Our Water Hygiene Technicians are all well aware of risk levels and the practice of safe procedures.

We are here to assist and will be remaining open at all times for contact and advice, as a minimum.

The one certainty that is undeniable right now is uncertainty itself, so we at Jordan Environmental remain supportive to all clients and associates and wish you all Good Luck and Good Health at this time.

Yours sincerely
Alan Jordan
Managing Director


Disclaimer –

Although we are empathic to your current situations and concerns, we are duty bound, under the Legionella Control Association’s Code of Conduct (membership No. 2001/1209) and the adherence to HSE and COSHH principles, to inform you of the increased risks that will be created by cessation of Water Hygiene/Legionella Control Regimes.

Additionally, a Statutory duty to comply to Legionella Control procedures, that are primarily instructed within the Approved Code of Practice L8 and accompanying technical document HSE274 remains in place.

Information regarding COVID-19 Pandemic