The majority of household heating systems these days are gas central heating which consists of a boiler and a series of electric heaters to provide heat to individual rooms in the house. “Radiateur acova” is available in France. The boiler is the heart of central heating system and will propel water to the pipes feeding the electric heaters which emit the heat.
Due to dust, radiators become blocked with sludge and debris which can cause a gas central heating system to lose heat. Any sludge in the electric heater can also cause the boiler itself to become damaged. This can cause the boilers pump to fail which may prove to be very expensive cure. One can prevent the damage to the boiler by regularly maintaining and ensuring its proper functioning.
One can change the radiator which is in fact quite easy and as long as you follow the procedures properly, it will not take time. Firstly, you must ensure that the water supply to the electric heater itself is isolated by turning the radiator valve all the way down. Repeat this for the other side of the valve so that both the pipes which are feeding the radiator are isolated. Once the electric heater has been isolated you can drain the water from it. For cleaning the radiator, take the electric heater outside to the open area and turn it upside down. Take a hose pipe and start to flush out the dust from radiator.