BoilerMag’s range of high quality cleaning chemicals is now available in larger sized packs, with five litre, ten litre and 23 litre (25kg) bottles now available of the BM1 Central Heating System Inhibitor and the BM3 Central Heating System Cleaner. The packs contain the same formulation as the existing 500ml bottles and, therefore, can still be used with the BM1/BM3 test strips.
The BM1 Central Heating System Inhibitor is a borate and phosphate free formula offering long lasting protection from scale formulation and metal corrosion, while the phosphate free BM3 Central Heating System Cleaner provides premium system cleaning performance with excellent limescale and iron oxide dispersal rates.
The larger packs will be a welcome addition to the BoilerMag chemical range, enabling domestic installers to make cost savings by buying in bulk. The largest 23l pack can be carried safely by one person, making them ideal for installers working alone. The convenience of a larger supply of chemicals also means it is easier to accommodate commercial and industrial heating systems that would normally require several smaller bottles of chemicals to complete the treatment. Bigger volumes are also perfect for biomass systems, which are typically of much larger volumes.
Sales and marketing director, Steve McAllorum, said: “Due to popular demand, we have widened our range of high quality cleaning chemicals to include high volume packs. Perfect for commercial and industrial heating systems where larger quantities of inhibitor and cleaner are required, installers are now able to buy in bulk to meet the needs of larger systems with ease.”
The BM3 Central Heating System Inhibitor is a high performance formula that has been designed to maintain heating efficiency by preventing scale formation and metal corrosion in central heating systems. The BM3 Central Heating System Cleaner provides premium system cleaning performance, and can be used in conjunction with BM3 test strips to allow service engineers to get a detailed reading of cleaner levels in the system.
For more information on the BoilerMag range, including magnetic boiler filters for domestic, commercial and industrial heating systems, visit: www.boilermag.com.