A cleaner way to bleed radiators

Published:  08 December, 2007

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Bleeding radiators with the Easybleed valve is simply a matter of pushing the button on the end, and only a small drop of water is released when the radiator is clear of air.

A new approach to bleeding radiators has been developed by Homeguard.

Easybleed replaces the traditional bleeding valve and enables radiators to be bled simply by pushing a button. When all the air has been bled, a very small drop of water emerges from the bleed hole, rather than a jet of water.

This valve can be used on all radiators with a 1/2 in BSP thread.

For more information on this story, click here:Dec 2007, 95

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