BoilerMag joins the club in County Durham update

Published:  03 May, 2018

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A prestigious hotel and golf club in County Durham has recently been fitted with a new boiler, including a BoilerMag XL magnetic boiler filter, fitted by Enright Environmental.

The heating system and boiler circuit were also treated with the BM1 inhibitor chemical to maintain the heating efficiency by preventing scale formulation and metal corrosion. Enright Environmental heating engineer Adrian Mills says: “We decided to fit the new boiler after the old one had burst. We used a plate heat exchanger to keep the boiler separate from the circulating water. The system consisted of a heating circuit, as well as three large hot water cylinders at a capacity of 1000l each. The BM1 chemical inhibitor effectively maintains heating efficiency by preventing scale formulation and metal corrosion, without detrimental effects to plastic or rubber components such as seals. It is a borate- and phosphate-free formula that provides outstanding heating system protection.

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