Your Central Heating Bypass Valve Setting
The bypass valve in your central heating system is designed to dissipate the head pressure that the heating circulating pump produces. It is necessary in case water flow in the system is restricted causing higher water velocity and higher system noise. This places extra strain on the pump, reducing its life. Many modern systems require a minimum water flow and the bypass valve helps to achieve this in the case of reduced flow. The pressure on the bypass valve is set by the plumber on installation to suit the needs of the system and should only be adjusted by a professional.
Since the whole system depends on smooth water flow, it is vital that it is fully maintained so that this flow is not restricted. The professionals at ADI Powerflushung are experts in ensuring the integrity of central heating systems to ensure quiet, efficient running.
By Powerflushing the system, ADI’s fully qualified engineers clean out all the small pieces of debris and sludge that accumulate in the system with time and lead to restricted water flow and its associated problems. The central heating bypass valve setting ensures the smooth running of the system but only if water flow is unrestricted. The team at ADI Powerflushing will make sure your system runs as it should. Call us today on Freephone 0800 731 3843 to see what we can do for you.
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