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Flushing new system

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by oldbutnotdead, 23 Sep 2020.

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    Whats best to use to get rid of any flux etc in the pipework? System volume is about 400 litres (thermal store) so I'm reluctant to chuck 4 litres of Sentinel X300 (£17/ ltr) through if 4 litres of Toolstation own-brand (£7/litre) will do the job.
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    Ta, almost given up on ebay last couple of years but thats a result:). It is still 100:1 for that stuff isn't it? (Blurb just says 1 litre will do one standard system 10 rads)
     
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    Yeah they usually say 1 bottle will treat about 100 litres of system water
     
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    Cheers. Found some even cheaper (£5.39), should be here Sat, give me time to finish wiring up the control gear :)
     
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