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Power flush


Broken down boilers or noisy radiators that need regular bleeding usually indicates that your central heating system needs a power flush. Central heating power flushing is a process which is carried out for cleaning your heating radiator system. It can improve heating system performance by up to 30%. The process of flushing central heating system involves forcing out sludge and scale, increasing the heat output of radiators and promoting energy efficiency. All of this means cheaper gas bills for you. Power flush can solve heating problems and prevent gas boiler and pump failure and can even provide lower fuel bills due to an increase in boiler efficiency. This is because the action of Power flushing the central heating improves circulation through the pipe work, so the radiators and gas boiler do not have to work so hard.

Power Flushing for new Central Heating Systems


Having a new central heating system installed can be expensive, so you want to make sure the manufacturer will cover the warranty. You should be aware that most boiler manufacturers will not guarantee a new boiler if the system is not chemically cleaned. The British Standards (BS7593) and the Benchmark demand thorough cleaning of the heating systems and power flushing is the most preferred method. Additional protection of your heating system can be maintained by adding a magnaclean. This product and many more will prolong the life of your gas boiler and central heating system.


How to Power Flush?


It involves pumping water and chemicals at a high velocity through the heating system to force out sludge which has accumulated over time, due to the poor treatment of system. Our process is made more effective by the addition of a powerful magnet which is connected to the machine to collect the sludge. If you want we can even collect the deposit of sludge for you to view at the end of the job. You will be surprised by the amount that comes out of the system. Once this process is completed we neutralise the system and then add the corrosion inhibitor which protects the system from future rust damage