Leaks in the central heating system?
Use a liquid sealant!

It may happen that there are leaks, sometimes imperceptible, (due to cracks in the metal, wear, joints, etc) in the central heating system.

Damp spots in the walls and pressure losses in the boiler are clear signs that something is wrong in the sealing of the system; in these cases, it is important to act immediately, effectively, to secure the system and stop leaks.

Read on to find out which product can fix the problem!

WHICH PRODUCT SHOULD YOU USE TO SEAL THE LEAKS ON THE CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM?

BP STOP LEAK, a liquid sealant specific for the maintenance of heating systems, can be the best way to seal the leaks.  It must not be replaced and ensures lasting protection.

BP STOP LEAK is indicated in situations with leaks up to 100 litres per day. It can be used with both hard and treated water, and it is suitable for all systems, even those containing aluminium components.

BP STOP LEAK sealant has a low environmental impact: it is not acidic, and it is not caustic.
Thanks to the high percentage of metal colloids, it effectively blocks leaks and drips, also preventing future ones, especially in dated and / or heavily corroded systems.

In this way, consumption in the bill is reduced and the life of the system is extended, keeping its efficiency high.

Pay Attention!

BP STOP LEAK must NOT be used on drinking water systems.

HOW TO USE THE BP STOP LEAK LIQUID SEALANT?

  1. Introduce the liquid into the system (for example, using an isolated radiator) and turn on the boiler. It takes 2/3 hours to seal small leaks. The complete sealing, in case of more substantial leaks, can take place even after 7 days. It is not necessary to unload the system. The concentration of use is 1 litre of product per 100/150 litres of water, depending on the state of the leaks.

  2. It is recommended to pre-mix the product with a small percentage of water (about 5 ÷ 10%) to facilitate its insertion inside the system, as the liquid is particularly thick. The presence of antifreeze, anticorrosive agents, salts, and various additives could interfere with the action of the product and requires higher doses of BP Stop Leak.

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