Care package – Thermal fluid specialist unveils new maintenance plan

Thermal fluid specialist Global Heat Transfer is helping companies reduce costs with its newly launched maintenance plan, Thermocare. Available in three levels of service, Thermocare promotes a proactive approach that could save manufacturers a whopping 75 per cent on maintenance and energy costs over a five year period.

Thermocare is clearly and evenly structured to avoid unexpected thermal fluid maintenance costs and expensive downtime. The service also ensures legislative compliance and helps lower a company’s environmental impact.

Global Heat Transfer has been supporting manufacturers using heat transfer systems and thermal fluid for over 25 years and this latest offering is designed to eliminate an increasingly common problem within the industry – inefficiency due to passivity.

Thermocare is available in three packages that range from the basic to the complete care of thermal fluid systems. The three levels of service are called: Essential, Optimum and Ultimate and are designed to keep systems running efficiently and in accordance of DSEAR/ATEX regulations and HSE standards.

The Thermocare maintenance plan is available to new and existing Global Heat Transfer customers and includes services such as 24/7 on-site engineering assistance, regular sample analysis, condition monitoring of heat transfer fluid, system health checks and training..

“Time and again we’ve seen companies that forget about thermal fluids until they degrade so severely that there is no alternative but to clean, flush and refill the system,” explained Clive Jones, managing director of Global Heat Transfer. “Add to this the inevitable expense of downtime and you’re looking at significant costs that could have been avoided.

“Thermocare provides the customer with regular system checks devised so that facilities managers, health and safety officers and engineering managers have one less thing to worry about. Our experienced team of engineers will initially audit a system and optimise the condition of the thermal fluid to ensure production is maintained efficiently and effectively. Periodic maintenance, with regular testing and analysis also ensures the system continues to run smoothly.”

If you would more information about Thermocare, simply visit the Global Heat Transfer website – – or call the company on 01785 760555.