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PODCAST: Protect heating systems with Sentinel Corrosion Monitor SCU

  • 18 Jun 2019

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 promote their new Sentinel Corrosion Monitor SCU for commercial applications.

Using cutting-edge technology to provide simple advance warning of system corrosion, Sentinel’s Corrosion Monitor SCU will give users greater control over a common and expensive problem.

It uses intelligent sensor technology to measure the real-time corrosion rate within the heating system and raises an alarm when corrosion exceeds acceptable levels, allowing for immediate action to prevent expensive component and system failures.

The product is simple to install on new and existing systems and includes free dashboard software for in-depth analysis.

When Sentinel Corrosion Monitor SCU is partnered with Sentinel’s range of commercial chemical water treatment, system owners and managers can be assured their asset has received the best possible care.

To listen to the podcast, click here

To enquire about this product and find out more visit the link below
www.sentinelprotects.com/corrosion-monitor

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