Heating installer launches new way to prevent condensate pipes freezing

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A kit that prevents condensate pipes freezing in low temperatures has been launched to the trade.


Condensate Pro was invented by heating engineer David Smith, who had tried every technique and product associated with condensate pipes and was determined to come up with a solution to the age-old freezing pipe problem.


The kit fits any installation (grate, rainwater soil pipe and soakaway), with specially designed UV/ water resistant lagging and seal and bond adhesive. All products fit perfectly on to 32mm or 21.5mm overflow pipes.


It can be fitted in any weather, and there is no need for messy pointing with sand and cement either.


Everything an installer needs to help install it is available from Condensate Pro; the company has designed and manufactured a unique drift kit and grinder head, to help achieve the perfect installation on existing installations and uneven masonry.


‘Insulates properly’


“I invented Condensate Pro to help installers make sure boiler breakdowns are not down to a frozen condensate,” said David. “The trade had some bad press when the ‘Beast from the East’ struck and tens of thousands of homes were left without heating because of this issue.


“I have designed the product specifically to help installers save time, cost,  callbacks and to look professional.


“Condensate Pro protects the installer, their customers and the boilers which breakdown due to condensate pipes freezing This solution is designed by a pro installer for pro installers and finally we have a product that insulates properly, is quick and easy to install and looks great.”


For more details and to watch how to install Condensate Pro visit www.condensatepro.co.uk


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