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Why Should I use Hexid Heat Transfer Fluid?

Posted: 21 March 2019

Hexid has been formulated to work with not just Applied Thermal Control (ATC) precision chillers but all recirculating chillers, water baths and coolers.  Safeguarding pumps, valves, and filters against corrosion and protecting even copper and aluminium systems.

Hexid heat transfer fluid provides protection from freezing and microbial growth, including Algae.  Particularly beneficial for chillers which are situated outside or in a non-heated room with the potential for the water to freeze.

Hexid is:     

  • Non-toxic
  • Non-flammable
  • VOC free
  • Ozone benign
  • Environmentally safe and has a long shelf life

Providing protection for pumps, filters and valves from algal growth and water freezing. Using Hexid in your system will help prevent corrosion and can prolong the life of the chiller.

Hexid heat transfer fluids are specially chosen for their wide operating range and recommended for use in all closed loop systems. Hexid fluids are free from CFC’s or other chlorinated compounds, they are non-ozone depleting and non-fouling of watercourses. Hexid fluids meet all current and proposed restrictions on Volatile Organic Compounds, unlike primary alcohols, which are both highly flammable and toxic.

We recommend flushing your system and changing the Hexid once a year.  With a low price per bottle, using our heat transfer fluid is a cost-effective way to protect your investment in your application.

Hexid is available in 5 and 15 litre packs and held in stock at ATC and at our service centres around the world.  See more information on Hexid heat transfer fluid.

You can order direct through our UK sales office on +44 (0)1530 839 998 or email: sales@app-therm.com with any questions or to place an order which can be shipped worldwide.

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Applied Thermal Control Ltd.
Garden Court, Gee Road, Whitwick, Leicestershire, LE67 4NB.
Telephone: +44 (0) 1530 83 99 98
E-Mail: sales@app-therm.com
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