ClearPoint Biofilm Detection & Control

Biofilm treatment from Solenis


The only comprehensive safeguard against
the biofilm threat in cooling systems.

The ClearPoint program is comprised of three components:


New technology offers earliest,
most accurate detection


Precise delivery of advanced
biocides and biopenetrants


Solenis cooling water experts
deliver complete solution

The OnGuard™ 3B analyzer provides real-time, in-situ monitoring for biofilm in cooling water systems–before heat transfer loss or equipment damage begins. Watch to see how it works
Its unique features include:


  • Ultrasonic probe that can distinguish soft organic fouling from hard scale
  • Ability to track multiple biofilm-related metrics such as thickness and temperature
  • Single “plug & play” system – no other controller or monitor needed

The unique ultrasonic probe has received third-party validation for biofilm detection. Read the CBE evaluation (PDF 611 KB)
Read the KIT evaluation (PDF 501 KB)


Solenis' full portfolio of treatments includes organic biocides, oxidizing biocides, biopenetrants and dispersants.


  • A custom treatment program designed to disrupt and destroy insulating and corrosive biofilm
  • Solenis chemistry dosed in precise amounts
  • Optimized and compatible with the ClearPoint program

Watch to see how our chemistries work


Only Solenis has the experience and technical know-how to provide a comprehensive, long-term solution to the biofilm threat.
Our experts provide:


  • Analysis of existing cooling water biofilm conditions
  • Real-time monitoring that includes advanced reporting and custom dashboards
  • Regular Legionella testing on request

Solving the Biofilm Threat

ClearPoint Biofilm Detection & Control protects against cooling water biofilm issues before your systems are harmed or heat transfer efficiency is reduced.
The result: Your cooling water systems deliver maximum performance.

What’s your biofilm risk?

  1. Do you have visible biological growth in your cooling tower basin, supports or fill?
  2. Are there areas of poor flow in your cooling system, such as piping “dead legs”, heat exchangers with shell-side cooling, “throttled” valves or elevated locations, and/or basin sections outside the typical contact of treatment chemicals?
  3. Has your process heat transfer been unexpectedly reduced due to insufficient cooling?

If you answered 'yes' to any of the questions above, you may be at risk. Fill out the form below for a free assessment of your cooling water system.

Getting Started

For more information or a free biofilm threat assessment at your facility, contact us today.

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