Friday, August 14, 2015
Clearly, making sure that such a system remains as free from air as possible is essential. Automatic air vents, when correctly and professionally installed, work continuously to ensure that air is removed from the system, without requiring any manual adjustment whatsoever. The innovative components gradually release any trapped air as water enters the system before automatic isolation occurs - this final, crucial, step effectively prevents any water loss or wastage.
Altecnic heating/cooling system components are some of the finest available on the market today, from thermostatic mixing valves to air & dirt separators. The company’s automatic air vents are no exception to this level of quality and, with our exclusive 45% discount, are now even more cost-effective than ever before.
A wide range of sizes and pressure levels is available and some models feature an integral drain. Complete Pump Supplies can quickly and reliably provide your chosen model and, for a small extra charge, can make sure you have it by the very next day when time is of the essence.
Need help to locate the most suitable product for your application? Call our skilled technical team now for advice on guidance with the selection of Altecnic automatic air vents available now from Complete Pump Supplies.
Friday, August 7, 2015
After his April adventure, which saw him successfully take on two formidable zip slides, Complete Pump Supplies’ Martin Donaldson has now completed a second challenge, raising lots of much-needed cash for Claire House Children’s Hospice. Simply and succinctly titled ‘Snowdon at Night’, this exciting experience saw Martin scale the dizzy heights of England’s and Wales’s highest peak - all in the glorious twilight of a summer evening.
Martin’s journey began in the foothills of Yr Wyddfa, better known as Mount Snowdon. Assembling with a group of fellow climbers just after midnight on Saturday, Martin registered at the enticingly-named Electric Mountain café and prepared for the arduous climb, which was set to take around four hours. With only the scant illumination provided by the moon and supplemented by one or two powerful torches, Martin began his ascent of Snowdon with Claire House Children’s Hospice firmly in the front of his mind.
Martin, along with fiancé Tracey, shaved a full hour off the expected climbing time, reaching the summit at around 3am. After the remarkable climb of over 3,500m, Martin and Tracey were in need of some refreshment, which was admirably provided by a bottle of classy, naturally-chilled Champagne. Drank al fresco under a galactic blanket of twinkling stars, the celebratory beverage was a fittingly-luxurious conclusion to such a taxing event.
What goes up must come down and, after a revivifying and welcome tipple, Martin and Tracey began their descent. Upon reaching the base of the mountain, they were treated to a slap-up breakfast before retiring to their respective sleeping places for a well-earned doze!
Martin and Tracey both now sport an attractive medal to show off their efforts, which have raised in excess of £500 for Claire House Children’s Hospice. We would like to congratulate them both, along with everyone else who took part in the ‘Snowdon at Night’ challenge.
You can still donate to the cause simply by purchasing any of our pressurisation units, expansion vessels, water booster sets and more - for every £250 spent, we guarantee to donate £5 to the worthy cause.