Sentinel, the leading manufacturer of water treatment products for heating and hot water systems, has partnered with Buildingtalk media partner BusinessNet Explorer’s BNE Product News platform to discuss the importance of corrosion protection within commercial heating systems.
Commercial Sales Director, Chris Shelton discussed the growing importance of clean heating system water and how new technologies are helping protect boilers and heating system components against the damaging effects of corrosion.
The podcast will be useful for anyone involved in the specification and maintenance of heating systems in all types of commercial buildings.
He explains how corrosion is putting a strain on boiler warranties and maintenance budgets and suggests cost-effective solutions to tackle the problems.
You can listen to the podcast by clicking this link: https://soundcloud.com/businessnetexplorer/construction-building-services-bne-product-news-sentinel-project-viewpoint-interview
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