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System Cleansing flushing & protection

Essential boiler & System Maintenance

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Sludge Problems 

Central heating radiators are often overlooked when carrying out routine servicing and/or maintenance. If you are experiencing problems with your radiators not getting hot enough, there is likely to be an issue with the water quality in the system.

When heating systems are installed, chemical inhibitors should be added to the system water to protect the metal radiators from rusting inside. These can become diluted over time, especially if radiators are removed for decorating. Systems need to be checked annually for corrosion, ph levels and inhibitor levels. Keeping systems topped up  with inhibitor helps protect the boiler, radiators, and pipe work from clogging up with sludge.

Sludge is the number one issue for heating problems and it is totally preventable. If left untreated, the issues will just get worse and cause expensive repairs. 

Benefits of Adey Magnacleanse®

MagnaCleanse® system flushing removes sludge and other debris from your heating system to help keep it running as efficiently and effectively as possible. When used in conjunction with ADEY’s powerful MC5 Rapid Flush Cleaner and VibraClean agitator it can clean your system in only a few hours.

A clean heating system works more efficiently, and is less prone to breakdowns caused by sludge, the most common cause of heating system breakdown. 

Removing sludge from your system will improve the system performance and efficiency, helping you keep fuel bills down in the Winter.

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Radiator performance before and after cleansing.

Long Term Protection

It is now a requirement to install filters when new boilers are installed. We recommend installing Adey magnetic filters to all central heating systems to help prolong the life of your boiler.

If you are having issues, the worst thing you can do is ignore them. Once corrosion starts, it will continue if left untreated. Investing in preventative maintenance now could save you expensive repairs in the future. 

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