Service Exchange

Our ever expanding service exchange range creates the opportunity for our customers to have immediate access to a cooling solution. Whether it is an emergency breakdown or planned maintenance, we can have a replacement unit delivered to your site ensuring minimal downtime.

Open Cut Mining service exchange units available include:

  • Caterpillar D10N, D10T, D11R, D11T Dozers
  • Caterpillar 777C/D, 777F, 785C, 785D, 789B, 789C, 793D, 793F Dump Trucks
  • Caterpillar Graders
  • Komatsu Dozers
  • Komatsu Dump Trucks
  • O & K Excavators
  • Caterpillar D10T,D11T Dozers (Charge Air Cooler sets)

Underground Mining service exchange units available include:

  • PJ Berriman
  • SMV Driftrunner
  • Eimco 130, 913,913-6
  • Eimco ED7/10

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All our units are securely packaged for transport, resulting in a safe passage of travel to any state or territory in Australia. For transport abroad, special packaging may be required depending on the destination. Our experienced personnel will assist where required.

For all enquires in regards to our service exchange range please contact our office.

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Service Exchange Radiators

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A cold Service exchange radiator or a radiator Service exchange with cold spots often indicates that the water is not flowing through the radiator as it should. This is almost always down to an installation issue and is very rarely due to a problem with the Service exchange radiator itself.

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This means that the Service exchange issue should be easy to correct by following the step-by-step instructions detailed below.

1. Bleed the radiator

Firstly, you need to make sure the radiator has been “bled” properly. Bleeding a radiator means getting rid of any air that has accumulated at the top of radiator, using an air vent/bleed valve. Where air is present, there is no water, which means no heat.

Ideally radiators should be checked for air accumulation at least once a year. Bleed keys (vent keys) can be purchased from a plumbers’ merchant or home improvement store.

Bleeding a radiator is a simple process:

a) Ensure both valves at the bottom of the Service exchange radiator are open;

b) Attach the bleed key (vent key) onto the bleed valve (air vent) at the top of the radiator;

c) Unscrew the service exchange on the air vent and have a cloth ready to catch minor drips;

Please note: On first filling a system it is air that is vented from a Service exchange radiator. From then on the periodic venting required is actually releasing hydrogen that is the by-product of rusting in the system. If regular bleeding is continually required, then this is a strong indication that the system requires draining, cleaning and refilling incorporating a corrosion inhibitor to prevent further rust in accordance with BS5449 section five commissioning.

2. Check that the service exchange valves are open

Make sure the valve is fully open, to ensure water can flow into the Service exchange radiator.

3. Is a “flow diverter” required?

Certain Service exchange radiators need “flow diverters” that are fitted internally, to ensure that the water flows in the right direction around the radiator. A flow diverter is designed to ensure that all parts of the radiator get as hot as they should. If a flow diverter is required then it will be sent out with your radiator but occasionally installers do forget to put these in. Failure to install a flow diverter when it is required will almost always result in a Service exchange radiator not performing properly.

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4. Does your service exchange radiator system need ‘balancing’?

Finally, if your service exchange radiator is still not hot all over, then you need to check whether your radiators need ‘balancing’. Your plumber or heating engineer should balance your system following installation or maintenance of your central heating system. Balancing is adjusting the flow of water through each radiator on a system so that all service exchange radiators are running at equal temperatures and take an equal amount of time to reach their operating temperature. Lack of balancing within a system is often the cause of cold spots on service exchange radiators, service exchange radiators failing to heat up properly, or radiators making noises. If your service exchange radiator is not heating up correctly then it is highly unlikely that the problem is caused by a manufacturing fault.

Please note: If you have paid a plumber or heating engineer to install your service exchange radiator(s), then unless there is a manufacturing fault with the service exchange radiator(s) (which is rare), then any newly installed service exchange radiators should function correctly before that person leaves your property. Your installer should also ensure that the performance of any existing service exchange radiators on the system has not deteriorated as a result of the work carried out. Problems are sometimes caused by installers failing to balance a system following maintenance but these checks should be included as standard as part of the service provided by them.

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For more information on service exchange radiators including expertise and technical advice from a specialist, then contact a service exchange radiator specialist.

Written by Helena Gerwitz, General Manager of Feature service exchange Radiators

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Focusing on excellent products, high-level customer service and the development of the Feature service exchange Radiators’ brand, Helena’s work has ensured that this award winning company continues to go from strength to strength.

Feature service exchange Radiators are widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading service exchange radiator retailers and self-confessed “radiator geek”, Helena is there to help ensure the company stays firmly on track.

“Feature service exchange Radiators suits me, as it is not an “add to basket” organisation.” Helena explained. “We talk to our customers to make sure they get the best possible radiators for their particular situation – matching requirements in terms of heat output, dimensions, design, budget and lead-time. We genuinely believe in what we sell and give honest down to earth advice, which I think is why we have so many repeat customers and word of mouth recommendations.”

Helena continued, “These are exciting times for our industry, with increasing demand for eco-friendly and electric heating, its vital that we are up to speed on product development.”

Helena is keen for consumers to also be up-to-date on developments in the heating industry: “I like to ensure our customers are as well informed as possible and that is why I use ezine to pass on interesting and informative information on heating, to help them ensure they always get the best product to match their specifications.”

For more expert advice then contact Feature service exchange Radiators at http://www.featureradiators.co.uk, call them on 01274 567789 or visit them in person at Feature Radiators, Bingley Railway Station. BD16 2NB

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Radiator Service exchange across Australia needs to reduce downtime and increase efficiency. MRC has a large range of service exchange units ready to go at a moments notice. Our increasing range of service exchange range allows our company to be at the forefront of production and roll out management.