What is a MagnaClean Filter??

MagnaClean fiters essentally are a large powerful magnet, housed i a water tight chamber that fits inline of you centre heating system. This Magnet catches all magnetic rubbish that is going around in your central heating systems water.

MagnaCleans trading line is “Proven technology to guarantee central heating system protection”

MagnaClean® Professional, By Adey, sets an industry standard for plumbing and heating engineers when it comes to protecting and maintaining both new and existing heating systems.

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Why have MagnaClean?

We live in an age of high efficiency boilers, but for many years little attention has been placed on the cleanliness of central heating systems.

The majority of systems suffer from black iron oxide contamination, which creates thick sludge deposits that are the result of corrosion taking place within radiators and other metallic components. The oxide particles can range from very large to sub-micron, with the latter leaching into the system water continuously during use. These particles bond to all components, often causing premature failure of pumps and valves. When they contaminate the boiler heat exchanger and pipework, dramatic efficiency losses result. Tests have shown that even a minimal build up results in a serious drop in boiler efficiency!

The Magnaclean filter will provide many years of protection, maintaining the high efficiency of your heating system, resulting in financial benefit and increased reliability, and is backed by a two year limited guarantee.

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