No Nonsense Central Heating Inhibitor 310ml Concentrate
Handle with care!
As an inhibitor chemical I am sure it is great - once it's in the system. However I have found that in transit and storage the product separates in to a watery fluid and a thicker concentrate. The fluid then leaks out of the bottom of the canister both in storage and (even worse) while injecting it . As it has the usual pungent inhibitor smell, trying to inject into a system without soiling the customer's property can prove a nightmare.
Be warned - handle with care, have several old towels to hand and expect your hands to end up smelling of inhibitor!
23 Jul 2015
No Nonsense Inhibitor
Although I have no gripe with the product or performance, I did learn one important fact & that is when you think you have emptied the cartridge keep it facing down as some fluid by-passes the sealing ring and spills all over the bathroom floor when you least expect it....................lovely, was I popular or what??
15 Sep 2014
Ruined my new boiler
I recently had a new boiler in Feb. I have just completed a bathroom remodel and replaced my old radiator with towel rail from Screwfix. I used this product as the guidlines said that I needed to put this in the central heating system to avoid corrosion. Within 20 minutes of using this product the Cold water inlet and system return on the boiler has started leaking and the boiler has an error code! I am usure of the damage at this stage but get confirmation from your gas safe engineer prior to using. I have just learnt a very expensive lesson!
6 Jul 2014
This was easy to use and being a small quantity quick to input to system.I believe someone had problem in input but u must de-pressurise system by turning off water feed and killing pressure in system by emptying water from the lower Drain cock this will allow u to take out a radiator vent screw (Preferably on top floor)with no push-back of radiator water,do not drain out a lot,probably no more than 1ltr then turn back to stop.After injection into rad. put screw back into rad. and water feed ON.
Job done,start up,when u have checked u have no leaks from the bits u have adjusted u can stop system and vent air that u might have in rad. Best of Luck
31 Oct 2013