Kilfrost SF20 Test Kit

£68.49 inc. VAT

[£57.08 exc. VAT]
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Test Kit For Heat Pump Sanitiser and Biocide Solution

The Kilfrost SF20 Test Kit is an easy-to-use portable field test kit containing the essential test tools to be used by engineers for the correct dosing and monitoring of the SF20 Heat Pump Sanitiser and Biocide Solution on pre-commissioning ground source heat pump systems.

Testing and monitoring
The SF20 Test Kit can be used to detect existing problems with biological growth and, in combination with the SF20 Heat Pump Sanitiser and Biocide Solution, prevent future problems associated with biological fouling. The SF20 Test Kit enables the installer to apply and maintain the correct dose of SF20 in ground source heat pumps. The SF20 test kit can also be used to check for biological activity prior to installation of the system heat transfer fluid.

Features and benefits

  • Easy-to-use portable field test kit
  • Determines the level of active Kilfrost SF20 content during pre-commission of heat pumps
  • Determines the level of biological contamination during pre-commissioning of heat pumps and in the thermal fluid / anti-freeze solution

The SF20 Test Kit for Heat Pump Sanitiser and Biocide Solution contains:

  • SF20 test strips (10 ea.)
  • Dip slides (5 ea.) – 6 months shelf life
  • Sample bottle
  • Instructions

Case dimensions (cm): H 20.5 x W 24.5 x D 4.5
Weight (gr): 360

Please read the instructions included in the test kit.

If SF20 solution is not dosed correctly or not used at all during pre-commissioning the risk of subsequent biological fouling of the thermal fluid or anti-freeze solution that is added will increase. Such fouling can lead to unpleasant smells and, in the worst cases, loss of system efficiency by thermal fluid degradation, microbial induced corrosion and extensive system damage.

– For use as a fast acting system sanitiser: 1 litre of SF20 to every 200 litres of system water.

– In systems to be left stagnant for any significant periods of time: 1 Litre SF20 to every 600 Litre of system water.