Anti – Freeze Inhibited
Why do we need central heating systems antifreeze?
To ensure adequate frost protection and maintain optimum boiler efficiency, we need to carry out routine maintenance. The best way to ensure long term protection and extend heating system life we need to use antifreeze wherever there is frost protection required.
Central heating systems antifreeze is needed to protect the system from damage caused by freezing temperatures. In colder climates, the water in the central heating system can freeze and expand, leading to burst pipes, leaks, and other damage. Antifreeze is a chemical solution that is added to the water in the heating system to lower its freezing point, preventing it from freezing and expanding.
Antifreeze also helps to prevent internal corrosion and scale buildup in the domestic central heating systems. It contains inhibitors that protect the metal pipes and other components from corrosion and mineral deposits. This helps to extend the lifespan of the heating system and reduce the need for repairs.
Product is suitable for use with underfloor systems and ground source heat pumps.
How much antifreeze should you put in your central heating system?
Optimal, maximum and minimum concentration of product should be available on the label.