With more than 35 years of service to the UK construction industry, Cistermiser products control water outlets in commercial washroom environments, as well as Combimate limescale prevention devices for domestic applications.

The company’s latest product introduction, LinkThru TMU, sees the Cistermiser brand enter new market sectors with practical and compelling solutions for NHS Estates, University Engineering and Facilities Management professionals.


ADVANTAGES Cistermiser, a washroom controls and water efficiency specialist, has unveiled a new website dedicated to IoT water temperature and flow monitoring that provides information on the practical advantages the technology delivers.

The website,, is designed to provide a full briefing on the benefits of installing LinkThru TMU (Temperature Monitoring Unit) hardware at selected sentinel points across a building’s water system, to capture and then access 24/7 remote monitoring data on water temperatures and flow events via a secure cloud-based portal.

“LinkThru TMU helps to ensure Building Owner compliance

with HSG274 and reduce risk of Legionella,” said Cistermiser’s Marketing Manager, Mark Schlotel. “To that end, we’ve carefully structured our new user-friendly website to clarify essential legal requirements and then explain in detail just how and why remote monitoring delivers factual insights to inform and empower facilities managers and really put them in control of their commercial building water systems.”

Mark continued: “Technical videos, a comprehensive series of ‘How to…’ Guides and useful downloads to assist with specification and purchasing of TMU hardware and monthly data subscription services are all included. IoT monitoring is definitely the way forward and provides the digital home for this exciting technology, with everything you need to know stored in one place.”

this system will also reduce energy bills for the church, and is very easy to maintain,” he continued.


BOILERMAG XT FILTER The heating system of All Saints’ Church in Eaglescliffe, Preston- on-Tees has been protected with a BoilerMag XT industrial filter.

Installed by Nigel Stoves Plumbing & Heating Ltd, this large heating system filter is a key part of a complete new boiler installation located in the church bell tower.

Matthew Stoves, Heating Engineer

at Nigel Stoves Plumbing & Heating Ltd, said: “We always use BoilerMag filters on our commercial heating and boiler installations due to price and quality. The filters are set up nicely for easy installation with flanges or female irons, and the price, in comparison to other filters on the market, is extremely competitive.

“We installed the BoilerMag XT to prevent the build-up of ferrous oxide in the church’s heating system, and to protect the life expectancy of the new boiler. The addition of a boiler filter to

Although designed and developed by filtration experts Eclipse Magnetics, the BoilerMag range of heating protection products is now marketed under the Spear and Jackson brand name. Both Spear & Jackson and Eclipse Magnetics are part of the Spear and Jackson Group, therefore the BoilerMag range not only benefits from the expertise of innovative magnetic filtration technology, it also carries the strength and heritage of the Spear & Jackson name.

Ideal for large heating systems, Boilermag XT utilises high performance flow technology to ensure that virtually 100% of unwanted debris is removed from the heating system. This helps to reduce energy bills, increase the life of the boiler, and reduce maintenance call outs.

The BoilerMag XT is available in sizes 2” to 12”, and has an operating pressure of up to 12 bar. It also comes with a 10-year warranty. TOMORROW’S FM | 23

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