Air in Radiators

Where do the air come from and how do it get into your radiators? The air is formed in the boiler when temperatures reach 60°C or over. The micro bubbles in the water travels out along the pipes and accumulate in the pipework and radiators. The air prevents the radiators from operating and will require bleeding to remove the trapped air. The trapped air in the pipework cannot be removed. This will slow down the flow of water going to the radiators leading to huge inefficiencies.
The Oxyvent Tank unique design capture the micro air bubbles at source and holds them in a chamber. The trapped air is released from the chamber when the system is shut down.
This results in air free water travelling through your heating system with some amazing results, moving the water faster through the system, returning to the boiler at a higher temperature and allowing the heating system to perform to its ultimate, saving fuel which means more money in your pocket and more heat in your home.

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Thermostatic Radiator Valves

The purpose of Thermostatic Radiator Valves is to control the temperature of individual rooms, and when the room reach the required temperature the valve should shut off the heat from that radiator and allow the heat to go to other rooms.  In most homes the problem is that only a couple of rooms, the first ones on the heating line switch off but the rest of the rooms do not reach the required temperature, therefore the Thermostatic Radiator Valve never switch off no matter how long you operate your heating for. In order to get all the Thermostatic Radiator Valves to operate efficiently, you need to have the top and bottom of the radiators heating.  If the bottom section of some of your radiators are cold then your Thermostatic Valves will not function correctly.

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