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Jul 20, 2020

Ready for Service

An annual service is the ideal time to introduce water treatment services, but the key to success is preparation. Colin Yearp at Adey looks at the best way to approach customers, and the tools to bring along to ensure success.

When it comes to energy savings, a replacement boiler may not be the best way to cut down on fuel bills – as desirable as it might be. If the new appliance is left unprotected with poor water quality running through the system, its performance is likely to suffer...

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Jun 10, 2020

Alpha Scientific Sittingbourne Lab celebrates 100,000 samples

The ADEY Group Commercial Water Testing laboratory in Sittingbourne have marked a significant milestone, having received their 100,000th sample since opening its doors in 2018.

The 100,000th sample was sent in by Elliot Betts, an engineer working for London-based specialist DSW Water Treatment and Engineering Ltd. Mo Jassal, Head of Chemistry at ADEY, spoke with David Sparrowe, owner of DSW Ltd about how he has seen a change in commercial water testing during these ch...

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Apr 29, 2020

ADEY’s free online training sessions

ADEY has launched free online training sessions for plumbing and heating installers.

Adapting existing in-person training sessions to webinar-based courses was already in progress but the UK-wide lockdown kicked things up a gear for Adey, bringing the concept to reality in just a week.

Colin Yearp, Senior Technical Trainer at ADEY, comments, “It’s a digital age, and while lots of our customers love the in-person training we offer through our 17 training centres, just as many wer...

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Apr 06, 2020

Fighting the Sludge Effect

ADEY's marketing director, Claire Miller, explains how tackling system sludge can protect domestic boilers, cut home energy bills and extend the life of central heating systems.

There are approximately 21 million domestic boilers fitted in the UK, with a surprisingly large number suffering from failures every year. Industry figures suggest that gas engineers attend 3.2 million breakdowns annually, with the biggest cause being poor water quality due to magnetite or sludge in the system....

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