Cold spots occur when air gets trapped in radiators or due to a build up of sludge which both prevent the flow of water transferring heating into the room.
Over time, more and more air and sludge accumulates in the radiators meaning that the boiler has to work harder. The radiator will then need to be bled, or at worst, the entire heating system may need a power flush.
Installing Airgon takes less than 30 minutes and can be installed by homeowners or plumbers alike, and once fitted, radiators become noticeably hotter, and no longer have to be bled, the company says.
Plus, the device is designed to stop corrosion inside the radiators, which prevents the boiler from overworking, prolonging the life of it and reducing the chance of costly plumbing emergencies or plumbing call-outs.
The company says Airgon is scientifically proven to increase thermal transfer from radiators, and on older systems – typically over four years old – will improve system efficiency and return the entire heating system back to optimum levels. Airgon will even make a difference to new boilers, the manufacturer says. It claims customers typically reduce energy consumption by15% to 20%, but this could be more.
The benefits – which see less energy used to create more heat – mean that a homeowner will turn down their thermostat three or four times as soon as the device is installed and the entire system becomes much quieter.
Airgon has already been installed in over 600 homes across the UK as well as hospitals, care homes, pubs, offices, and churches up and down the country in a bid to improve their energy usage, and save money.
Inventor of Airgon, Charles Ross, said: “We are on a mission to expel the thought of people having to choose between heating and eating this winter.
“The technology we have developed improves the functionality of our boilers and heating systems to a level that will make a real difference to consumer’s pockets, in a time of financial crisis.
“We have developed a device that works not only on older systems but on brand new boilers and air source heat pumps too, reducing energy consumption by around 20% – that could mean as much as £650 per year to some households. Interestingly, independent thermodynamic testing has shown that these savings could be as high as 31%."
For those looking to tackle their energy costs prior to winter, Airgon is available to buy now at a one-off cost of £249 or spread payment options.
Airgon also offers a 100% money-back guarantee; if the device doesn’t lower household heating bills by a minimum of 10%, the company will give shoppers their money back, guaranteed.
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