The launch of the EVERAD Rapid Inhibitor Test Strip means heating engineers can check the level of EVERAD Corrosion inhibitor in the system and cross reference with the supplied scientific colour map to ensure it is at the correct level to provide system protection.
By downloading the EVERAD Rapid Inhibitor Test app from Apple Store or Google Play, the test strip results can then be recorded with an immediately generated email-able Pass/Fail test certificate for the customers. This is a secure way for heating engineers to capture customers’ details, results, job notes and provide an annual revisit reminder date.
As part of Building Regulations Part L BS7593, heating engineers are required to ‘offer’ customers water treatment additives to add to their heating systems in an effort to ensure heating systems are operating optimally in terms of heat output. This is turn will provide a more positive environmental footprint and protect heating systems for longer. Harvey Wiseman, CEO & Managing Director Wiseman Industries Ltd says, “With Building Regulations Part L BS7593, Heating Engineers want a quick way to test for corrosion inhibitor levels and customers want a results certificate that shows their heating system has been treated.
The launch of both the Rapid Inhibitor Test Strip and the supporting Rapid Inhibitor Test app is the perfect combination, which ensures the right level of EVERAD Corrosion Inhibitor is in the system. This gives customers’ peace of mind knowing it has been tested and treated and the heating engineers a practical and secure way of generating a test result certificate for the customer. An additional benefit of the app is that other EVERAD water treatments, including Descaler, Cleanser, System Silencer, Leak Sealer and THERMOBOOST can be noted on the same certificate if a heating engineer has used additional water treatments.”
EVERAD Rapid Inhibitor Test Strips and the full EVERAD water treatment concentrated solution range is available UK wide at all leading plumbers’ merchants.