|Magnetic filter for MVI boiler 1/2"||- 4100.58||To order|
The valve is designed to discharge the working medium into the atmosphere or into the outlet pipeline when the pressure exceeds the setting on hot water boilers, vessels and pipelines. The working medium can be water, air, ethylene glycol, propylene glycol, natural gas and other liquid and gaseous media that are neutral with respect to the valve materials. In the middle of the polymer case is a 9000 Gauss magnetic rod. The coolant enters the filter housing through a tap with a union nut, then enters the filter flask. Passing near the magnetic rod, all metal impurities in the water are attracted by the magnet and remain on its surface. The magnet itself is in a polymer flask. Then the movement of water is directed perpendicularly upward. The filter is installed on the return line of the heating system before entering the heat generator. Mechanical impurities are retained by an internal stainless steel filter element. The mesh can be easily cleaned by unscrewing the housing cover. After removing from the case, the mesh should be rinsed with a stream of water.