System water analysis and advice

As the leading expert in system water quality, Spirotech and ProLab offer an easy to use water sampling and analysis service that provides installers, homeowners, local authorities and housing associations with professional lab verifications. Our laboratory staff is at your service to help you achieve maximum energy efficiency and improve the operational and financial results of any system.

Spirotech offers an easy to use analysis service with professional lab verifications
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Complete & accurate information

The information you supply in the water testing registration process will be linked to the corresponding water samples as soon as both are available at our laboratory. You will be informed about the status transitions of every registered analysis. Supplying complete and accurate information will result in the best possible advice and easily identifiable reports, for now and for future reference.

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SpiroCare Water Chemistry

In both open and closed cooling and heating systems, water is one of the most important components of the installation. Often, the interchange between the water chemistry (such as the pH value, oxygen and calcium quantities), the mechanical components (pipes, radiators and heat exchangers) and the physical characteristics (such as pressure and temperature) of the installation is often insufficiently known or is underestimated. 

However, this can lead to problems with potentially poor heat transfer, mechanical failures, a high degree of maintenance or a shorter service life, which ultimately has a negative impact on the energy and operating costs. The water chemistry is an important component and requires knowledge of the principal properties of water and the potential effects, such as the formation of scale and corrosion.

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What you need to know about VDI 2035!

The VDI 2035 is a guideline regarding the design, installation, filling and maintenance of heating systems (< 100°C) in buildings.

Today’s energy efficient heating systems require a good heating water quality: small and compact heat exchangers are more sensitive to hardness and efficient pumps and valves are more sensitive to dirt.

Note that the warranty of the components in your heating system relies on the quality of your system water according VDI 2035!

Learn how you can protect your system according VDI 2035