Climate Center to distribute new range of renewable heat exchange and cleaning fluids for heat pumps and solar

Climate Center to distribute new range of renewable heat exchange and cleaning fluids for heat pumps and solar

Climate Center has signed an exclusive agreement with Advanced Engineering to distribute a new range of heat exchange and maintenance chemicals for use in heat pumps and solar heating.

The range includes six heat transfer and flushing fluids specially formulated for use with heat pumps and solar powered heating systems.

Climate Center’s Robert Franklin said, ‘As gas and electricity prices escalate, renewable heating is becoming increasingly attractive to businesses and consumers. However, like all systems, they need proper maintenance to ensure they continue to perform efficiently.’

Advanced’s new range includes TerraFlow, a heat transfer fluid for use in heat pump based boilers, and two versions of StellarFlow, optimised for use in both flat plate and vacuum tube solar heating.

The fluids have been formulated to remain fully active for up to five years and protect systems from ice and bacterial growth. They are supplemented by a comprehensive set of cleaning solutions.

In addition, PrepFlush is a pre-commissioning liquid ensures that piping is free from dust and detritus, prior to installation.

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