Power Flushing

What is PowerFlushing?

Improves efficiency & life of your heating system!

Power Flushing is an efficient and effective method of cleansing a central heating system. Power Flushing is the process by which heating systems are forcibly cleansed by a high velocity water flow under controlled conditions to remove debris from your central heating system, avoiding physical damage to the system.

 

By using a powerful power flush machine with environmentally safe chemicals the whole central heating circuit, pipes, radiators and boiler are cleansed of sludge, scale and corrosion deposits with minimal dismantling and disruption. All radiators are individually flushed, avoiding the need to remove or disconnect them from the system by directing the full force of the flow through each individual radiator in turn.

 

Where the accumulations of sludge, corrosion and scale deposits over the life of a central heating system’s life have reduced or stopped its performance. Power flushing restores the heat circulation to ageing central heating systems therefore improving the central heating systems circulation and eradicating boiler noise and cold radiator spots.

 

Power flushing is a high-pressure operation, that is suitable for most domestic central heating systems. It is carried out with minimal disturbance and disruption to the normal operation of the system.

Benefits of powerflushing

Improve heating costs and much much more!

Power flushing restores the heat circulation to ageing central heating systems that have suffered from circulation and boiler noise and or cold radiators. Where the accumulations of sludge, corrosion and scale deposits over the central heating system’s life have reduced or stopped its performance.

 

Saves you time and money of replacing the central heating system

Central heating efficiency restored

Improved heating costs

Central Heating system warms up faster

The system flow and circulation is improved

Radiators heat output restored.

The whole central heating system is cleaned including under floor pipe work

Aggressive water is removed; further water treatment prevents corrosion

Cures boiler noise

Sludge removal and de-scaling in one visit

Helps boiler warranties

Power Flushing completed within the day

Overall happier Central heating system

By breathing new life into an old central heating system, the costs and inconvenience of a replacement central heating system can be avoided.

Do My Radiators & Heating require a power flush?

Do My Radiators & Heating require a power flush?

The symptoms to look out for where a central heating system and boiler would benefit from a power flush are:

 

 A noisy boiler that knocks and bangs especially on start up.

Radiators are completely or partially cold or have cold spots

Central heating is slow to warm.

Radiators require frequent bleeding of air.

No hot water from blocked pipes and heat exchangers.

Repeated pump failures.

The radiator water is dirty.

Your central heating header tank is warm.

 

These symptoms are an indication of circulation and flow problems. They result from internal corrosion, scale and sludge forming within your central heating system. Power flushing can remove undesirable corrosion residues and scale and replace sludge water quickly with clean water after removing the scale and sludge. The central heating circulation is restored and so is the system’s efficiency, preventing future problems.

How power Flushing works

How power Flushing works

 

Power flushing is a highly effective cleansing operation which works by forcing water at a much higher velocity than usual through the central heating system to loosen and mobilise harmful corrosion {rust, magnetite, sludge and scale deposits} by flushing the system with rapidly moving water.

 

 

 

Once loosened, the unwanted debris are then passed through a separate magnetic filtration system, which picks up iron oxide (rust} and removes it from the system. Other unwanted debris are purged from the system with clean water. At the end of the flushing process the system contains clean water and corrosion inhibitors are added.

 

 

 

During the flushing process, radiators are individually flushed without removing or disconnecting them from the system, by directing the full flow of water through each radiator separately.

 

 

 

Power flushing is a high-pressure operation and is suitable for most domestic central heating systems. It is carried out with minimal disturbance and disruption to the normal operation of the system