Fernox will be showcasing its latest product innovation, the TF1 Omega Filter, as well as market leading Cleaner F3 and Protector F1 at PHEX+, (20 – 21 June at Alexander Palace).
The Fernox team will be at Stand 1 to answer queries about its market leading product range.
The stand will feature its latest innovation in water treatment – the TF1 Omega Filter; a next-generation, nickel-plated, brass system filter that has a high capacity and compact design, ideal for use in restricted spaces and access areas.
The filter makes use of dual action technology to take out both magnetic and non-magnetic contaminants from heating system water, therefore providing incredible debris capture and system protection.
The Filter Fluid+ Protector will also be on the stand; this unique, enhanced inhibitor and dispersant package delivers system debris to a system filter, whilst offering supreme quality inhibition to stop the development of corrosion and scale.
Visitors to Stand 1 will also be able to discover Fernox’s proven Cleaner F3 and Protector F1 chemical water treatments.
The F3 Cleaner is a powerful, non-foaming chemical cleaner that excels at removing sludge, scale and debris.
Vitally, this makes it quicker to remove from the system compared to other cleaners and once clean, the system can be inhibited by the industry tried-and-tested Protector F1.
Combining three types of inhibitor, this product offers optimum protection against corrosion and limescale formation by forming protective barriers between the system metals and water.
Francine Wickham, Fernox Global Marketing Director, said the company was looking forward to the show and described it as a ‘great opportunity’ to share expert knowledge and obtain valuable trade feedback.
For more info on the event and to register, visit http://www.phexshow.co.uk
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