Sentinel’s triple power

Published:  02 January, 2018

Sentinel, Sentinel Commercial, water treatment
Engineers can use a 5l drum to do triple the work with Sentinel

Sentinel Commercial’s water treatment chemicals now have more than triple the power in protection of commercial heating systems, with each drum able to dose systems over three times larger. The new ‘Triple Power’ formulations of Sentinel X100 Inhibitor, X300 Cleaner (for new systems), and X400 Cleaner (for older systems) mean smaller or fewer drums are required for bigger jobs, a development which saves significant costs, waste and storage space, and makes for easier transportation, handling and dosing.

An engineer who would previously have used a 10 litre drum to dose a 1,000 litre system, for example, can instead pick up a 5 litre drum to treat a system up to 1,667 litres – that’s a system which is 66% larger, treated by a drum half the size and weight.

As for the larger drums, Chris Shelton, sales director at Sentinel Commercial, explains that the benefits are similar: “The 10 and 20 litre drums might be the same size as before, but with a more concentrated dosage rate the contents provide much greater value to the customer.

A Triple Power chemical 10 litre drum treats a system volume of 3,333 litres compared with 1,000 litres, while a 20 litre drum now doses a 6,666 litre system instead of a 2,000 litre system.”

For more information on this story, click here: January 2018, 100

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