Commercial X100 InhibitorProtect
For protecting commercial heating and cooling systems against limescale and corrosion
Sentinel X100 Inhibitor protects clean commercial heating and closed cooling systems against limescale and corrosion. Sentinel X100 Inhibitor will extend the life of the system, ensuring maximum efficiency and minimising fuel usage, helping companies to achieve their Carbon Reduction Commitment goals.
- Heavy duty inhibitor
- Protects against limescale and corrosion
- Suitable for all system metals
- Stabilises system water pH
- Ensures optimum system efficiency
- Suitable for hard, soft and artificially softened water
- Helps prevent the formation of hydrogen gas
- A simple test kit is available to check levels
Sentinel X100 Inhibitor provides heavy-duty protection for commercial heating systems and closed cooling systems against limescale and corrosion. These two main culprits of commercial heating inefficiency can cause cold spots in the system, boiler inefficiency, noisy operation and other problems including system breakdown.
Maintaining system health is essential for ensuring that it runs both reliably and in an energy-efficient way, working towards Carbon Reduction Commitment goals whilst keeping employees or patrons comfortable. The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 states that:
‘During working hours, the temperature in all workplaces inside buildings shall be reasonable.’
The associated ACOP goes on to explain that the ‘temperature in workrooms should normally be at least 16 degrees Celsius unless much of the work involves severe physical effort in which case the temperature should be at least 13 degrees Celsius.’
Once cleaned using the appropriate product from the Sentinel range, the system should be protected with Sentinel X100 Inhibitor. Its unique blend of inhibitors will prevent the occurrence of corrosion or limescale build up and maintains stable, benign pH of the system water.
Sentinel X100 Inhibitor should be dosed at 1% of system volume; ie. 1 litre per 100 litres of system water.
For optimum results, systems should be cleaned and thoroughly flushed in accordance with standard cleaning and commissioning protocols such as BSRIA Guide “Pre-Commission Cleaning of Pipework Systems” or similar Water Treatment Guidelines from industry organisations such as the Industrial & Commercial Energy Association (ICOM).
Open heating systems: Feed the product into an area of adequate flow or use a by-pass feeder.
Closed heating and cooling systems: If the system is empty, add the product to any convenient point before filling. If the system is full, use a pressure dosing vessel to the product into the system.
Systems which are subject to the continual addition of make-up water need to ensure that the recommended dose level is maintained.