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Winter is coming – check your water cooling systems!

Winter is coming – check your water cooling systems!
25/10/2016

Winter is coming – check your water cooling systems!

As the first signs of winter shows itself with the days getting shorter and the mornings colder, it is time to check glycol levels in your water cooling systems.

To prevent that expensive repair or replacement invoice check NOW the glycol levels in your cooler to prevent frost damage.

There are two main types of glycol; Ethylene and Propylene. Ethylene for systems not associated with food industry and Propylene for systems that may be ingested.
Ideal concentration would be 25% to 30% thus preventing system from freezing in ambients down to minus 10°C to minus 16°C. Too much glycol will result in reduced cooling duty.

For further information contact F&R Products Ltd on 01823 663281 or sales@fandrproducts.co.uk.

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