Fernox System Neutraliser

Fernox System Neutraliser


Product Code: 61009

Ex Tax: £39.08

Fernox System Neutraliser

  • Neutralises system water after using Superconcentrate System Cleaner.
  • Conditions system for application of corrosion inhibitor.
  • Ensures compliance with environmental regulations.
  • Free-flowing powder for easy use with powerflushing units or application via F&E tank or Injector (for sealed systems).
  • Fernox Water Treatment Solutions

Product Uses

To be used in conjunction with Fernox Superconcentrate System Cleaner. Neutralises any acid in the system after cleaning and conditions the system for the application of a corrosion and scale inhibitor. Acids entering the foul sewer are a major problem for the water authorities. The use of Superconcentrate System Neutraliser after acid cleaning ensures compliance with environmental regulations.

Physical Properties

Colour: White

Odour: None

Form: Powder

pH: 11.8 at 10% w/w in water

SG: (packed) 1.74

Application & Dosage 

For detailed instructions on carrying out cleaning of central heating systems using Superconcentrate System Cleaner and Neutraliser, please refer to the instruction leaflet inside the box. The product can be poured as a free-flowing powder directly into a powerflushing unit. Alternatively, by pre-dissolving in warm water, the product can be applied via the F&E tank or, in a sealed system, via an Injector into a radiator.

One container (2 kg) is usually sufficient to neutralise one container (1.5 kg) of Superconcentrate System Cleaner after cleaning the central heating system. The system water (after allowing any debris to settle) should be green in colour. If the water is still red, more neutraliser will need to be added. The system must be drained down and flushed several times with fresh water until the water running to drain is clear. After the final drain, it is recommended that the system be protected using a suitable Fernox Protector.

In single feed indirect cylinders, e.g. 'Primatic' or similar, potable water chemicals must be used.