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Central Heating Treatment

When you need a first class central heating treatment, Water Pros has the ideal solution. The skilled professionals can work on all kinds of closed systems at commercial or public sites.

They can conduct testing of closed systems like central heating or cooling systems, to assess their condition. They can also provide inhibitors, and offer dosing and treatment services to improve performance, and help you save money on bills. Whether its for a cooling tower or central heating, whatever service you need, they can assist.

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Closed Loop Water Treatment

Closed Loop Water Treatment

A closed system is a term used to refer to any system which isn't impacted by exterior elements, being completely 'closed off' to them. Many heating or cooling systems used in industrial or commercial settings are a type of closed system. These systems continually circulate the water within them with use. Whether it's a central heating system or air conditioning, these systems demand specific maintenance that only trained experts can perform correctly. The skilled team provide closed loop water treatment that you can rely on.

In these closed systems water volume gradually decreases, scale builds up, and the pipework can start to corrode. Scale is especially common in hard water areas, and in heating systems. Scale is the most common reason why clients request central heating water treatment. Temperature changes can cause corrosion, making your system less stable or efficient. Although legionella is not a risk factor with closed systems, microbes can still be present within the system, affecting efficiency and treatment regimes, and exacerbating scale or corrosion issues.

These issues can be corrected with a closed loop water treatment, but analysis of the water and system is usually needed beforehand. The team can sample heated and chilled systems, to evaluate the efficiency of the system, and the state of the water within it. After this, the system can be treated or dosed appropriately. The team use high grade tools to sample all types of closed systems accurately, and are fully trained to interpret the results.

Central Heating Inhibitor

Central Heating Inhibitor

There are many reasons why you should consider a central heating inhibitor for your building. Built up scale and corrosion can contribute to the closed system becoming less efficient. For example, a central heating system in a poor state that hasn't been treated before will take too long to heat up, might not distribute heat properly, and might not reach needed temperatures. This could cause you to use your heating for longer. An inefficient heating or cooling system can be a serious drain on finances, with energy bills increasing significantly. For any company, this is an issue that shouldn't be neglected.

Luckily, the experts can use a central heating inhibitor as well as dosing, to manage scale build up, and tackle corrosion. Inhibitors are chemical substances that protect closed systems, effectively preventing issues such as rust, corrosion, and scale. They help to boost performance and lower energy bills, and are a highly beneficial investment. The experts can provide rust inhibitors, as well as corrosion inhibitors, for various systems.

Whilst corrosion inhibitors themselves are essential for closed systems, and one of the more popular services that the experts offer, dosing treatment is equally important. Sealed system dosing involves releasing an inhibitor into the system at regular intervals, and is a treatment method that delivers excellent results. For commercial and industrial sites testing, supply of the central heating inhibitor, and dosing is provided as a combined service. This lowers overhead costs, and makes sure that the service can be finished as quickly as possible.

Last Updated 24/06/2022
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