Central Heating Problems?
Is the system slow to warm up?
Are some radiators completely or partially cold?
Do radiators need frequent bleeding?
Is radiator water dirty and discoloured?
Radiators with pinhole perforations and leakage?
Are there ‘kettling’ noises from the boiler?
Do you have repeated pump failures?
Then a Morrison PowerFlush could be the answer.
Any of the symptoms could indicate that your system has circulation and flow problems resulting from internal corrosion and the formation of rust, sludge, scale and deposits.
A Morrison PowerFlush can restore circulation and efficiency to the heating system by removing these undesirable products.
It purges them from the system and replaces aggressive water with clean water, chemically treated with a corrosion inhibitor to prevent future problems.
What happens during a Morrison PowerFlush?
The power flushing pump is simply connected to the heating system, either across the standard circulator pump couplings, across the tails of one radiator or wherever is most practical.
Power flushing is a highly effective cleansing operation which works by pumping water at a much higher velocity than usual through the heating system to loosen and mobilise harmful corrosion deposits and to suspend them in the rapidly moving water.
The process is made more effective by specialist cleansing chemicals, an instantaneous flow reversal device which creates turbulence in the radiators to optimise ‘pick-up’ of debris, and a magnetic filter to clean the system water during the power flush.
Once loosened, the unwanted debris is purged from the system with clean water. At the end of the flushing process, the system contains fresh water clean water, and reinstatement of the system to normal operation takes only a few minutes.
During the MorrisonPowerFlush process, radiators are individually flushed, without removing or disconnecting them from the system, by directing the full output of the pump through each radiator separately.
A Morrison PowerFlush is not a high-pressure operation and is suitable for most domestic wet central heating systems. It is carried out with minimal disturbance and disruption to the normal operation of the system, often without disconnecting the boiler or any of the radiators.
Why do heating systems need protecting?
As soon as a heating system is completed and filled with water, deterioration of the system begins. The combination of water, air, a mixture of metal and even installation debris and contaminants, can result in internal corrosion, sludge formation in low flow areas and scaling of boilers and heat exchangers.
- Cold panels in radiators
- Blocked radiators
- Irritating boiler noises
- A long recovery time after drawing off hot water
- An inadequate water supply
- Failure of pumps, radiators, and valves
These problems are not inevitable, and good care and maintenance of a system and the addition to the heating system of a quality corrosion and scale inhibitor will prevent and often cure them.
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