VDI2035 – What installers need to know – a non-additive alternative to chemical water treatment
David Whitfield, MD of Elysator will be presenting how to protect clients’ closed loop systems from corrosion and bacteria without the need for chemical additives. The workshop will explain:
- An overview of VDI2035 and principles of electrochemistry
- How to apply to new systems
- How to apply to old systems
- How to size a system
- Financial and operational benefits for clients and installers of non-chemical water treatment
- Kit review – Sorbox Units and domestic kit
The workshop is for domestic and commercial installers who work on recirculation systems. Elysator works on any type of closed loop network and has particular benefits for heat pumps as it stops the common issues of blocked strainers and the tripping of the heat pump system.
Giveaway of Purotap Micro 300 unit worth over £100 each day
All attendees to Elysator’s water treatment workshop will enter a draw with 10 installers walking away with the Purotap Micro 300. In addition to this, all visitors to the Elysator will be entered into a daily draw where a number of Micros will be given to the winners on each day of the event.
Filling systems with demineralised water is critical to VDI principles and Elysator’s ability to protect recirculation systems from corrosion. The Micro 300 is part of our Purotap range of products that takes raw fill water and demineralises it to a pH of 8.2 and zero conductivity. The Purotap Leader is also now available through Viessmann’s what you really want rewards scheme.
A gas service engineer by trade David Whitfield came up through the tools as a British Gas apprentice before moving to Honeywell to grow his knowledge on commercial projects. More recently he has owned and operated HVAC businesses which saw him design, install and maintain heat networks. He has been using Elysator on projects since 2004 and has a full understanding of the design and practical installation and operations of Elysator and additive free water treatment principles. 2 years ago he opened the UK office for Elysator and has been working with installers and gaining converts ever since.