A100-A600 Central Heating Additives
This is a list of our heating range, A100-A600 Central Heating Additives. These are:
A100 Central Heating Inhibitor
A300 Central Heating Cleanser
A400 Central Heating Sludge Remover
A500 Central Heating Leak Sealer
A600 Central Heating Power Flush
A100 Central Heating Inhibitor –
Inhibits corrosion, scale, hydrogen gassing, microbiological growth and boiler noise. For the best results; systems should be cleansed and flushed with A300 in accordance with BS7593:2006
A300 Central Heating Cleanser –
Targets excess flux residues, greases, and oils in addition to installation debris and sludge.
Cleanser passivates the metal surfaces and helps to prevent copper deposition, a common cause of pinhole corrosion in radiators.
Add A300 at the first filling of the system. Before flushing out, the water should be circulated at normal operating temperatures for 2 hours.
A400 Central Heating Sludge Remover –
Removes sludge from heating systems. It is suitable for all types of heating systems; including aluminium based. Our A400 Sludge Remover is specifically designed to clean older heating systems. This is because it is a non-acid treatment which restores circulation to radiators and pipework. Our product has an amazingly powerful formula which shifts built-up magnetite sludge, along with eliminating cold spots in radiators; as a result restoring even heat distribution.
A500 Central Heating Leak Sealer –
Suitable to be used throughout a central heating system to seal small leaks and weeps. Those which may cause pressure loss and boiler breakdown. Once dispersed within the system it will be effective 1-24 hours after application. This product is to prevent blockages or restrictions within the boiler. It also prevents blockages in vulnerable system components, such as pumps and safety devices.
A600 Central Heating Power Flush –
Used when heating systems become full of contaminants. Over time the water in your pipes, boiler and radiators deposit unwanted by-products like rust. This rust (plus other dirt and debris) becomes an unpleasant, mud-like substance – ‘sludge’. Sludge in your heating system can cause to blockages and corrosion. This will lead to both inefficiency and / or breakdown. In extreme cases, if left untreated, it can be so damaging that a complete boiler replacement is needed.