EndoTherm FAQs

A: EndoTherm is a chemical additive that improves water heat transfer to heat emitters.   

A: No, not at all. It is completely inert, is organic based and has no detrimental effect on your existing heating system.

A: Endotherm is not acting as an inhibitor, but it is fully compatible with your existing system treatment.

A: Keep us informed and we will arrange at your request to re instate EndoTherm to your system.

A: For optimal operation a 1% dosage of Endotherm is required for the total system volume.

A: We use a proven industry formula to calculate the volume of the heating system. This is based on the output of the boilers (kWh) and the type of heat emitters you have.

A: Adding Endotherm does not require you to flush the system. However if you do intend to flush your heating system in the near future, we would recommend this is carried out before the EndoTherm installation.

A: Most heating systems will have an existing dosing pot that is used to treat your heating system with chemical protection. We will use the same method and installation will take a few hours, without any interruption to your heating and hot water services

A: We would typically isolate and partly drain one of the boilers and then re-fill with the correct volume of Endotherm and water.

A: No, the dosing methods used will not introduce air to the system.

A: We demonstrate energy savings performance by carrying out a free of charge pilot using IPMVP principles and proven methodologies.

A: Most “wet systems” using a range of radiators, AHU’s and convectors etc. that would be typically found within the commercial HEVAC market.

A: Yes, as long as the system does not have any leaks thus requiring constant “make up” water.