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I AM WORRIED ABOUT THE GLYCOL SOLUTION IN THE HEAT TRANSFER PIPE.
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Glycol has to be used to prevent the pipe freezing in very cold weather. It is not dangerous – it is a type of anti
freeze, but unlike normal anti-freeze it is classified in Europe and the USA as ‘edible’ and is safe for use in food. The
Glycol is in a well engineered sealed system and will not leak into the domestic water supply.


 
   
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