ADEY hosts first CIPHE global webinar


12 May 2016
​In the first event of its kind, Europe’s largest water treatment manufacturer serving the heating sector, ADEY Professional Heating Solutions will host a global best practice webinar organised by the Chartered Institute of Plumbing & Heating Engineers (CIPHE). 

Aimed at installers, the technical forum will be held at ADEY’s Conference and Training Centre on Tuesday 17 May (6-7pm). It is part of CIPHE’s Proud to be Professional campaign and will be filmed and broadcast live to delegates throughout the UK and internationally. 
Following an introduction from Paul Massey, CIPHE Chairman of Industrial Associates Development Group, ADEY’s Global Technical Director, Dr Neil Watson will outline ADEY’s five-step Best Practice™ approach to central heating system maintenance and the important role it plays in ensuring long-term system efficiency. 

​“It’s really exciting for us to be involved,” said Dr Watson. “It’s CIPHE’s first global technical webinar and we’re delighted not only to host the event, but also lead the technical discussion. The aim is to help participants understand how best practice can extend the lifespan of boilers which will ultimately build loyalty with customers.  
“We’ve been pioneering the case for a best practice industry approach as part of a total system solution for more than a decade as protection of today’s modern condensing boilers and the wider heating system is heavily dependent on effective water treatment. Ensuring the system is clean and being able to prove it is now an essential part of this process and will form a key part of the discussion.” 
To register, visit ADEY Live Stream Registration and fill in the online form. Once complete, a confirmation which will include a link to the live stream. This will also be emailed on the day of the webinar as a reminder. 
Registration is free and every participant will also be entered into a free prize draw to win ADEY’s complete best practice bundle of a MagnaCleanse kit, MagnaClean Professional2 filter and MC1+ and MC3+ chemicals.
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