Another important step is to make sure all filters have been changed in order to protect the pump seals from abrasive particles in system fluid and to help prolong the life of the equipment. Filters remove these small suspended solids, which makes this a very important step to take. Your water treatment provider may even do this for you!
Finally, if you haven’t added EndoTherm to your system, the time to do so is now! EndoTherm is an energy saving additive, that maximizes heat transfer of system water by reducing the surface tension of water.
This additive is proven to save up to 15% on energy costs by decreasing system run time which ultimately requires less fuel. The added benefit is the reduction of greenhouse gases by decreasing carbon emissions, which not only helps the environment, but also helps buildings achieve LEED credits. To begin the project, a free energy audit and system sizing is completed to determine how much EndoTherm is needed for the system. Installation is the easiest part as it requires no system down time! Water alone isn’t enough, add EndoTherm to your system to begin saving on energy costs this winter!
Contact Pace today for your Clean Energy Project consultation with an energy specialist and for any water treatment needs.