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Fernox joins Heat Pump Association

Water treatment manufacturer Fernox has become the first chemical water treatment company to become a member of the Heat Pump Association (HPA).
Fernox supplies heat transfer fluids for both air and ground source heat pumps to ensure their long-term efficiency.
The HPA is a leading authority on the use and benefits of heat pump technology and includes many of the country's leading manufacturers of heat pumps, components and associated equipment.
New Fernox products include HP Fill and HP Cleaner designed to provide installers with solutions for prevention and remediation of bacterial and ground work contamination within ground source arrays. The range also includes heat transfer fluids, HP-5 and HP-15 that provide superb frost protection and bacterial control through the inclusion of inhibitors and an active biocide.
Francine Wickham, European marketing director of Fernox, commented: '[Membership of the Heat Pump Association further demonstrates] our continuing commitment to the renewable market. Fernox is working alongside the HPA to promote the importance of chemical water treatment and best practice when it comes to these new technologies. Air and ground source heat pumps require treatment and protection to ensure long-term efficiency.'
25 October 2010


By Graham Hendra
25 October 2010 01:01:00
Well done Fernox, I tried to join but they wont have me. Apparently I've not been in business long enough. Maybe after another 20 years in the trade I will get an invite. More likely they read my blogs and don't want anything to do with me.
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