Mag Pro is the best solution for solving plant problems caused by particle pollution, in particular sand, magnetite and rust that forms due to corrosion and deposits during normal operation of a system.
Through its efficient and constant action, the magnetic filter collects all the impurities present in the system, preventing them from circulating inside the system, thus avoiding wear and damage to the rest of the components that make up the system, especially the circulators and heat exchangers.
It is recommended to install Mag Pro on the return circuit, at the boiler inlet, to protect it from possible impurities in the system, especially during the start-up phase.Due to its compact size, it can be installed under the boiler in the domestic system, where installation spaces are very limited and there is no space for other traditional dirt separators.
DEGREE OF FILTRATION:
Mag Pro removes magnetic and non-magnetic particles that can cause damage to the system on the first day of operation.The continuous flow of ﬂuid through the filter during normal operation of the system on which it is installed gradually removes any dirt.
This filter contains a strong magnet and a strong magnetic field is present in it.We recommend pacemaker device owners and/or maintenance. Be careful when using electronic equipment near magnets so as not to affect their operation.
Cartridge Body: Polycarbonate
Filter Cover: PP +30% Glass Fiber
Filter Cartridge: AISI 304
Sealing Ring Oring: Silicon
Magnet: Neodim REN42 B=12000 Gauss
Magnet: B(T max) / B(T room)<1% (T max=120°C, T room=20.5°C)
Tested to ASTM A977 regulations
Liquid Compatible: Water,Water + Glycol
Maximum Operating Pressure: 3 bar
Operating temperature: 0-90 °C
Cartridge filter mesh: 800 µm
Operating Noise: 0 db (A) according to EN 13443
The main reason for heating system failure is water contamination. We have two main types of water contamination in a central heating system; magnetic and non-magnetic. The magnetic type has two types itself and both are due to corrosion in the system. The first is the rust that can be found during the presence of oxygen in the system (leaky system in the CH circuit) and the second is the magnetite that will be produced due to galvanic corrosion in bimetallic systems.
As the water flow enters the filter, it passes through the filter chamber and then in 3 stages all types of water contamination that are harmful to the central heating system will be trapped inside the filter chamber.
Firstly, due to the larger diameter of the chamber compared to the inlet pipe, the flow velocity of the water decreases. Magnetic particles will be captured in the magnetic field produced by the magnet. Non-magnetic heavy particles, such as sand,… will accumulate at the bottom of the filter due to the decrease in water velocity and gravity. At the end, non-magnetic particles larger than 0.8 mm in diameter will be captured in the stainless steel filter and the filter will deliver pure and without any contamination.
The filter will ensure that pure water will be circulated throughout the system and there will be no system failure during the presence of Mag Pro in the return circuit.