How Thermal Imaging Can Help Domestic Heating Engineers Reduce Costs and Sell More
How do you currently verify the need for radiator power flushing and demonstrate the subsequent improvements in performance?
A thermal imaging camera can be used to visually illustrate the condition of radiators and show where contaminant and sludge in the system have built up resulting in poor performance and a waste of heat generated by the boiler.
A thermal imaging camera can also be used after power flushing to demonstrate the results of the power flushing process and to show the enhanced radiator performance.
This level of analysis is of huge reassurance to the customer and demonstrates a high level of professionalism.
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