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Fernox brings installer advice to the Renewable Roadshow

Chemical water treatment manufacturer Fernox will be exhibiting at the Renewable Roadshow taking place across the UK this September.
Fernox brings installer advice to the Renewable Roadshow
A team from Fernox will be at all the events to offer guidance on why and how chemical water treatment can ensure renewable technologies work at optimum efficiency.

Since October 2010, chemical water treatment is a requirement for renewable heating systems under Part L of the building regulations. As such, Fernox produced a new generation of chemical water treatments, heat transfer fluids and equipment specifically designed for renewable heating applications.

Among these products and featuring at the Renewable Roadshow events will be the Fernox HP (Heat Pump) range, which comprises a series of heat transfer fluids and cleaners offering protection for specific temperature ranges for both air source and ground source technologies. Also being showcased is Fernox Solar S1, a heat transfer fluid designed to protect solar thermal systems from corrosion in both the gaseous and liquid phases.

Francine Wickham, global marketing director for Fernox, said: 'Renewable technologies are fast becoming mainstream, which is great news for the domestic heating industry. However, we need to ensure best practice procedures are adhered to when it comes to installation to ensure a smooth transition and long term efficiency benefits.'

Fernox will be sponsoring the Ground Source Heat Pump Installer of the Year Award as part of the Renewables Roadshow Awards.

For further information visit Fernox on stand 8 or visit: www.renewables-roadshow.co.uk

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7 July 2011

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