Mag One Magnetic Filter

Innovative protection for all types of central heating system.

Our latest Mag One is the perfect solution to prevent breakdowns caused by both magnetic and non-ferrous particulate in the central heating system. The revolutionary triple-action filter identifies and collects all types of non-ferrous debris and magnetite within the system.  The unit can be installed with new heating systems or retrofitted to older ones, during boiler replacement for example.

Ultimately the Mag One protects new system components from damage and increases the effectiveness and lifespan of existing ones.

Features
• Filters magnetite and non ferrous debris
• Simple to install
• Easy clean, easy drain design
• 12000 Gauss Neodymium Magnet
• Triple action filtration
• Installation/servicing date wheel
• Complete with 28mm-22mm reducers
• Full bore flat face 28mm chrome isolation valves
• 120°C max working temperature
• Manual air bleed
• 500ml dosing capacity
• 360° installation
• 6 bar max working pressure
• Supplied with spare sealing washers & o-rings
• Heavy duty POM filter for non-ferrous material
• Hose adaptor for remote draining
• Suitable for all heating systems up to 36kW (larger systems use two in a parallel circuit)
• Compatible with all system inhibitors and glycol solutions

Case Studies

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Dual fuel is twice as good

A large residence in Norfolk converts from a standard oil fired system to a renewable biomass boiler and condensing oil boiler combination, reaping the benefits of both high product efficiency and low running costs. This beautiful 19th century, six bedroomed residence on the Norfolk Broads has undergone a complete heatingRead More

Grant Renewables provide solution for Grade II building

The Sail Loft, a Grade II listed building in Cowes on the Isle of Wight has undergone a major refurbishment to provide open plan office space for a charity which is looking to expand. To make the building as energy efficient as possible, a range of renewable technologies from GrantRead More