What to expect from your power flush radiator service
Before initiating the power flushing procedure, a preliminary inspection is conducted. This determines the extent of blockages, rust, sludge, and any anomalies within the central heating system.
At this stage, specialised chemical agents are infused into the heating system. These chemicals are formulated to effectively dissolve rust, sludge, and scale deposits that may have built up over time. Their main function is to loosen and mobilise the unwanted elements.
Dynamic heating system power flush
Using state-of-the-art equipment, the system is then flushed with water at a low pressure but at a high velocity. This ensures that the previously loosened rust, sludge, and other debris are completely removed from the boiler, pipes, and radiators.
Once the system is impeccably clean, the next vital step is the addition of a corrosion inhibitor. This compound is introduced to control oxidation and reduce future corrosion. It acts as a protective layer, safeguarding the pipes and radiators from rust and scale build-ups, ensuring longevity and efficiency.
System testing by a Gas Safe engineer
To certify the success of the power flushing process, a skilled heating engineer takes the lead. They will rigorously test the entire heating system to ensure uniform and effective heat distribution throughout the home. This step confirms that each room gets its desired warmth, and there are no cold spots left.
The process concludes with a comprehensive review, ensuring the entire system operates at its peak efficiency. This not only guarantees optimal heating but also certifies that the system is energy-efficient, reducing costs in the long run.