Spirotech has launched #SpiroVent50, a social media competition celebrating 50 years since it first introduced the concept of deaeration with its renowned SpiroVent range of deaeration products.
The competition, which runs until 31st March 2018, encourages installers to tweet photographs of installations using products from the SpiroVent family using the hashtag #SpiroVent50. One winner will receive an iPad Air 2, along with a trophy, an iconic SpiroVent RV2 deaerator, and a Spirotech merchandise bundle. Three runners up will also receive the RV2 and merchandise bundle.
The SpiroVent family was first introduced in 1968 to manage the problem of air within both domestic and commercial heating systems. The full range includes the SpiroVent RV2 brass deaerator, the SpiroVent stainless steel deaerator, SpiroVent steel deaerator, SpiroVent Solar, SpiroVent Superior vacuum degasser and the SpiroTop automatic air vent.
Followers of the Twitter account can enter as many installations as they like and the submissions will be displayed on a ‘SpiroVent50 Wall of Fame’ on the Spirotech website.
Kevan Peaker, UK Business Unit Director at Spirotech, said: “Spirotech first pioneered the concept of deaeration back in 1968 and now, 50 years down the line, we continue to lead the market when it comes to creating products that truly get to the bottom of heating system inefficiencies.
“It has always been our belief that a ‘prevention is better than cure’ approach is key when it comes to maintaining system efficiency and reliability. Deaeration is exactly that – by removing the air from a system, you are able to prevent reduced flow rates, noisy radiators, cold spots and the build up of magnetite, ultimately resulting in much higher performance and longevity.
“The #SpiroVent50 competition is a celebration of the research, dedication and commitment that goes into creating products that truly get the job done. We look forward to seeing all of the brilliant entries from the Twitter community.”
For more information, visit: www.spirotech.com