Regular analysis can extend the life of both fluid and system. Hydratech’s Fluid Monitoring Program (FMP) is a very straight forward, effective way to proactively monitor closed-loop system condition.
by Marcus Boskey
What’s NEW on Hydratech’s website?
Hydratech’s Fluid Management Services division is now easily accessible from the home page. Here you will find information on the specialist engineering and maintenance services they provide to customers installing, commissioning, operating, or optimising large cooling and heating systems.
Sector specific content
Hydratech have been providing fluid solutions for companies across all industry sectors for nearly 25 years. Via a new horizontal navigation bar, visitors to the new site can find content relevant to their industry, along with products specifically recommended to improve system performance and efficiency.
From company and industry news, to maintenance advice and interviews, the regularly updated Hydratech blog is a useful resource and ideal way to keep up to date with the latest developments in the cooling and heating industry.
Hydratech share their chemical engineering knowledge and expertise in their new library resource. From chemical functions, to protecting pipework, the comprehensive articles provide key information for those working in the RAC, HVAC and Renewables sectors.
Fluid Testing & Analysis
Now with its own page within the Services section, Hydratech’s Fluid Monitoring Program (FMP) is a very straight forward, effective way to proactively monitor closed-loop system condition. The new content provides details on Hydratech’s in-house laboratory, along with recommended guidelines on how and when to test system fluids.
Marcus Boskey, Group Marketing Manager at Hydratech said, ‘We are really excited to launch the new website! Our key objective was to showcase Hydratech’s industry leading products, services and expertise through relevant and useful content, while enhancing user experience on desktop, mobile and tablet. We hope you find the site a helpful and beneficial resource.’