Magnetic filter for Heating Systems

Heat System Filter - Cleans and collects iron from your heating system

BoilerMag is a highly efficient full flow magnet filter that cleans and protects your waterborne iron oxide heating system, also called magnetite, as well as other magnetic and non-magnetic pollutants. 

Magnetite, iron oxide is formed naturally in waterborne heating systems. Both iron and oxygen are common.

In different heating systems. The heating system is usually filled with tap water, which may be acidic. At the same time, it is common for many of the components in the system to be made of iron. 

BoilerMag protects the heat exchanger in the heat pump or district heating system. By protecting the heat exchanger from coatings, the magnet filter helps the heat exchanger to maintain its high power.

In this way, you can make a greater savings in the long run. The magnet filter also protects your waterborne heating system from corrosion and coatings. Pollution in the heating system can cause different components such as thermostats, valves and circulation pumps to have a shorter life span and they will be malfunctioning. 

Products

  1. BoilerMag Magnetic Filters for 22 pipes

    BoilerMag Magnetic Filters for 22 pipes
    325.25€ incl. VAT 260.20€ excl. VAT Add to Cart
  2. BoilerMag Magnetic Filters for 28 pipes

    BoilerMag Magnetic Filters for 28 pipes
    330.53€ incl. VAT 264.42€ excl. VAT Add to Cart
  3. Magnetic Filter / Magnetite Filter Flamco Clean Smart 1"

    Magnetic filter / Magnetite filter Flamco Clean Smart 1”.
    More compact, lighter, cleaner and even more efficient.
    163.15€ incl. VAT 130.52€ excl. VAT Add to Cart
  4. Magnetic Filter / Magnetite Filter Flamco Clean Smart 3/4"

    Magnetic Filter / Magnetite Filter Flamco Clean Smart 3/4". 
    More compact, lighter, cleaner and even more efficient.
    201.06€ incl. VAT 160.85€ excl. VAT Add to Cart
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