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IBO I-003 Magnetic filter

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The Magnetic Filter has been designed to retain impurities in central heating systems.Modern systems equipped with highly efficient systems powered by boilers are exposed to failures and reduced efficiency and effectiveness work through contamination with iron oxides, i.e. the main component of rust, which are formed as a result of corrosion and deposited in the form of sediment. Iron oxide particles circulate throughout the heating circuit, accumulating in critical points of the installation and exposing the entire system to failure e.g. pumps, valves or heat exchangers, and the heating efficiency of the boiler itself decreases, which translates into increased heating costs. The use of magnetic filters/dirt separators makes it possible to increase the protection of the entire heating system by removal of most solid contaminants, which include iron or iron oxides suspended in the heating system fluid. Filters can be used in systems with continuous circulation of the heating medium. The heating medium may consist of a water solution and glycol, where the glycol content does not exceed 50%. Filters can also be used in solar and refrigeration systems by stopping additional impurities such as sand.


 

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Excl. Tax: € 73.16 Incl. Tax: € 89.99

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The Magnetic Filter has been designed to retain impurities in central heating systems.Modern systems equipped with highly efficient systems powered by boilers are exposed to failures and reduced efficiency and effectiveness work through contamination with iron oxides, i.e. the main component of rust, which are formed as a result of corrosion and deposited in the form of sediment. Iron oxide particles circulate throughout the heating circuit, accumulating in critical points of the installation and exposing the entire system to failure e.g. pumps, valves or heat exchangers, and the heating efficiency of the boiler itself decreases, which translates into increased heating costs. The use of magnetic filters/dirt separators makes it possible to increase the protection of the entire heating system by removal of most solid contaminants, which include iron or iron oxides suspended in the heating system fluid. Filters can be used in systems with continuous circulation of the heating medium. The heating medium may consist of a water solution and glycol, where the glycol content does not exceed 50%. Filters can also be used in solar and refrigeration systems by stopping additional impurities such as sand.The set includes: magnetic filter, assembly key, 2 valves, 2 gaskets.


CHARACTERISTICS:
• For use in central heating systems. and solar
• Double filtration
• Ease of dirt removal
• High magnet strength
• Top quality materials
• 24 month warranty


TECHNICAL DATA:
• Material PA66 + fiberglass/copper, stainless steel
• Maximum working pressure 6 bar / 0.6 MPa
• Maximum liquid temperature 90°C
• Filtration ≥500μm
• Maximum flow 30 l/min
• Magnet strength 9000 Gauss
• ¾” or 1” connection

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Characteristic No
Dispatch Time 5 days
Color black
Material Polipropylene

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