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Closed system treatment

Closed System + AWT = Water Safety & Success

Why do you need a closed system treatment?

Without effective water treatment, your closed system for central heating and/or air conditioning can suffer from:

  • Corrosion – ferrous and non-ferrous decomposition
  • Scale formulation – deposition of calcium  and magnesium salts
  • Fouling – deposition of particular matter
  • Microbiological activity – protozoa, pseudomona’s, biofilms, legionella, etc.

These four key factors reduce efficiency, put your system at risk, shorten plant life, and waste energy, chemicals and water charges. It’s a well-known fact that poor control of your closed system can not only put your processes at risk, but can also squander £1,000s in wasted energy, chemicals and water charges.

Welcome to the AWT solution

At Advanced Water Technologies, we have developed a comprehensive closed system treatment programme for effective management, improved performance and to keep your system operating safely and efficiently. These services include:

  • Maintenance
  • System changes
  • Chemical supply
  • Site specific programmes and service schedules
  • Legionella control

And because we are compliant with the latest legislation and regulations, particularly in the areas of health, safety and the environment, you can be sure that the solution we deliver will be high quality, reliable, cost effective and tailored to meet your exact requirements.

  • Chemicals we use in our closed system treatment
  • Cleaning chemicals
  • Nitrite corrosion inhibitor
  • Molybdate corrosion inhibitor
  • Tanin corrosion inhibitor
  • Antifreeze
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Want to discuss this service further?

Call our experienced team on:

01925 226411

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