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Revised water treatment guide launch event to take place at InstallerSHOW

The ICOM water treatment and conditioning of commercial heating systems guide has been revised and will be relaunched with a breakfast networking event on the second day of InstallerSHOW.

The launch will take place on June 26th at 9am in Piazza Suite 7 and is sponsored by Adey, Fernox and Sentinel. You can pre-register to attend the event here.

ICOM and MEHNA will also be exhibiting on stand 5G103 at this year’s show, where you can pick up a copy of the updated guide.

The launch event will hear from Neil Watson, Chair of the ICOM/MEHNA Water Treatment Group, along with representatives from each of the events sponsors. All visitors to the show with an interest in commercial water treatment are invited to attend and network with colleagues from across the industry.

Heat networks are now included in the guide, for which MEHNA members have given advice. It also now covers the principles of Train, Assess, Control, Prove – a best practice approach to water treatment.

The document deals with all aspects of water treatment for a non-domestic heating system or heat network. The industry bodies responsible for the guide trust that by studying the contents and following the freely given advice, non-domestic heating systems and heat networks systems will operate trouble free, safely, and more efficiently. It has been divided into four sections covering the TACP best practice approach to water treatment. These are:

Train: The competency of individuals carrying out maintenance of heating systems and the responsibility of heating system owners

Assess: Where the system is analysed, the incumbent water treatment if present, is assessed and appropriate methodologies are considered.

Control: Whereby the water treatment is installed, and an appropriate monitoring and ongoing maintenance scheme is established.

Prove: To record and document that all the maintenance and monitoring requirements have been undertaken.

The guide is intended to be read and understood by plant operators, engineers, and personnel with limited or no knowledge of water treatment chemistry or physical devices, to help them understand what effect system water and its subsequent treatment will have on their heating system.

“Water treatment plays a crucial role in minimising energy consumption within residential and commercial heating systems and is essential for maintaining the validity of equipment manufacturers’ warranties,” says Dr Neil Watson.

“This comprehensive guide, developed through a true collaboration of industry experts – including appliance manufacturers, water treatment specialists, consultants, product suppliers, system design and maintenance engineers, equipment manufacturers, and training providers – covers all commercial treatment processes currently adopted in the UK market.”

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