condensate pipes

How to prevent frozen condensate issues – New Best Practice guide launched

The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) is encouraging heating engineers to ensure that condensate discharge pipes are installed correctly, and any installations are upgraded where they have a risk of freezing in extreme cold weather. With cold temperatures predicted across Europe, some households could experience issues related to the condensate discharge pipe freezing and […]

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New poll shows tradespeople are still failing to protect condensate pipes from freezing

A new poll has shown that a large percentage of tradespeople are still failing to protect condensate pipes from freezing. Some 60% of 160 poll respondents said they never or only sometimes protect condensate pipes. Ever since the Beast from the East, when millions of boilers suffered malfunction and breakdown due to frozen condensate pipes, […]

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A new solution for frozen condensate pipes

Condensulate Xtreme – a fit-and-forget solution from insulation specialists GTi – has been created to protect the condensate pipes of condensing boilers from freezing during the winter months. Developed from space age ‘trickle-down’ technology material, Aerogel, Condensulate Xtreme – unlike other solutions – uses no moving parts, thermostats or electricity. Martin Clayton, GTi Business Development […]

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CondenseSure advice for heating professionals

Technical advice, aimed at professional heating installers, about Worcester’s CondenseSure device. CondenseSure helps prevent external condensate pipes from freezing, even in the harshest winter weather conditions experienced in the UK and Ireland. CondenseSure requires no electricity and is compatible with any gas condensing boiler on the market, either at the time of installation or as […]

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