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Jul 13, 2020

Offer a service with an install

It’s a commonly known fact that hydronic boiler systems make up less than 10% of new construction heating systems installations in North America. So, it is no surprise that North America is a retrofit market.

As a skilled heating professional, the job at hand is to always fulfil the customer’s needs by resolving their heating problems and upgrading their system with a new boiler if needed, but are you going the extra mile, or are you just offering a “headlight” warranty?


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May 04, 2020

ADEY partners with water treatment specialists to provide best-in-class offering to AWT (Association of Water Technologies) members

ADEY Innovation LLC, inventors of the MagnaClean magnetic dirt filter technology, are pleased to announce a collaboration with Water Engineering Inc. This will allow both companies to provide best-in-class solutions for the Association of Water Technologies’ (AWT) specialists.

We believe that Omaha, Nebraska based Water Engineering Inc., offers superlative water treatment and energy savings programs for numerous commercial and industrial economic buyer...

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May 29, 2019

Why install a filter on top of using a chemical cleaner and inhibitor?

The best way to explain it is to compare it to car care. You would still put an oil filter on a brand new car; you wouldn’t wait for the engine to get a bit grubby before deciding to fit a filter onto it. That’s the same theory behind installing a filter on a hydronic heating system, even if you’re using chemicals.

In a heating system that is old and has been installed for quite some time, even if you clean it and use an inhibitor, you can never guarantee it would be 1...

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Apr 22, 2019

Does propylene glycol protect a system?

Firstly, before adding any propylene glycol to a system, you should understand the design life of it. Often, the less expensive propylene glycol holds a shorter design life of 3 – 5 years, whereas the premium propylene glycol holds a design life of roughly up to 15 years.

As propylene glycol begins to degrade, it becomes acidic, which as you can imagine has a major impact on key components within the system – attacking metal surfaces such as iron pipework, pumps and he...

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