Domestic & Commercial Plumbing, Drainage & Heating
'POWER FLUSHING', 'JET FLUSHING' & 'HARD FLUSHING'...
...are all expressions used (in the heating trade over many years) to denote the process by which heating systems are forcibly cleansed using water at high velocity, but low pressure, so that no physical damage is caused to the system.
The process can be made even more effective with the addition of powerful cleansing and mobilising agents such as FX2 and HYPER-FLUSH, from Kamco.
The objective is to restore systems with circulation and boiler noise problems (caused by sludge and corrosion deposits) to optimum operation. Power flushing removes these deposits and the problems that they cause.
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The price includes pre dosing of the heating system, then a week later connecting a Kamco Power flushing machine to your heating system and flushing all radiators, radiator pipes, boiler heat exchanger and hot water cylinder.
It includes the power flushing chemical, nuturlising crystals and system inhibitor.
For larger heating systems with more radiators, please contact us for a free written quotation.
For further information on power flushing, visit the Kamco website.
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Power flushing, in conjunction with SYSTEM PRE-CLEAN, is also an excellent way to pre-commission clean new heating systems, to remove excess flux, swarf and other debris, and the grease and oil used to prevent rusting of components before use.
It is prudent to power flush a heating system immediately before fitting a new boiler to an existing system to prevent possible future problems. Many systems are found to contain corrosion and sludge, even if no flow problems have yet shown themselves.
Existing debris is often mobilised by alterations to the system/piping and the increased efficiency of the new boiler, and may then accumulate in the boiler heat exchanger, causing noisy operation, reduced efficiency and, in extreme circumstances, failure of the boiler. The high efficiency and compactness of modern boilers, developed to minimise fuel costs and pollution, means that they are more susceptible to problems caused by debris in the system water.
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