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It pays to test the waters

Analysing and validating water quality in commercial heating systems is crucial to ensuring their performance and efficiency and Sentinel Commercial says its new service, System Check, is doing this easily and cost-effectively. A testing and reporting service delivered via post and email, System Check enables installers, contractors and system operators to carry out water analysis directly, saving significant time and money.
System Check can be used during system commissioning, either after initial cleaning and flushing or after treatment with Sentinel X100 inhibitor, giving installers complete confidence when signing off newly treated systems before handover. It is also ideal for identifying problems with poorly treated existing systems, allowing users to take effective corrective measures promptly, or for carrying out a general health check to ensure that a system is working efficiently.

System Check is supplied in a returnable plastic box containing two sample bottles (one for the mains supply water and one for the system circulating water), each with a unique identification number, and easy to follow instructions. A pre-printed Freepost envelope is also included so that the samples can be sent to the laboratory without fuss.

Analysis of the water samples is carried out at an independent laboratory which operates a quality system compliant with ISO 17025. Upon completion of the tests, System Check users are supplied with a full laboratory report, including detailed explanations and suggestions for corrective action (if required). The report can be sent by post or email, according to user preference.

www.sentinel-commercial.co.uk
17 April 2013

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