24|7 Home Rescue Provides UK Wide Heating Engineer Network with Water Testing Strips
Nationwide boiler service plan specialist, 24|7 Home Rescue, has recently equipped its network of heating engineers with BoilerMag BM1 Level Indicator Test Strips. A simple, cost effective way to check inhibitor levels in heating systems, the test strips change colour to indicate whether the concentration of inhibitor is optimised.
Haroon Gajra, Head of 24|7 Home Network said “The BoilerMag water testing strips are currently being used by a number of our engineers and are proving to be very useful. The strips produce instantaneous results, and are therefore simple, handy, and efficient.”
Staff at 24|7 Home Rescue initially used the test strips to test the radiators in their offices to make sure the inhibitor was at optimum levels. After realising how fast and convenient they were, not to mention accurate, the company provided their heating engineers all over the UK with the strips.
Successful Facebook Campaign
24|7 Home Rescue were so impressed with the water testing strips that they ran a competition on their Facebook page, offering to send out packs of the strips to those who shared their posts. The company’s Social Media and PR Executive, Luke Marsden said: “We had an overwhelming response to the Facebook campaign; it went down a storm. We also had plenty of people commenting on what a great idea the strips are, and we agree!”
As a specialist, nationwide provider of boiler, appliance, and home emergency cover for landlords and homeowners, 24|7 Home Rescue have tens of thousands of members and a huge network of Gas Safe engineers, electricians, plumbers, locksmiths, drainage experts and other specialist tradesmen throughout the country.
BM1 Level Indicator Test Strips and Water Treatment Range
The BM1 Level Indicator Test Strips are part of the BoilerMag water treatment range, which also includes the domestic, commercial and industrial heating system filters and high quality range of water treatment chemicals.
The BM1 dip test strips are a simple way of checking for levels of BM1 inhibitor in central heating systems. The strips can be dipped into a sample of the system water, which will change colour depending on the amount of inhibitor in the system. The colour indicated can then be matched against the provided BM1 level indicator chart which will indicate if more BM1 should be applied. They can be used at both pre and post dosage stages to ensure that the inhibitor concentration is optimised.