Vortex Mag-One Magnetic Filter launch

Grant UK has announced the launch of its installer friendly Vortex Mag-One Magnetic Filter, which when fitted, provides protection for all types of central heating systems up to 36kW.

Using a simple to install, triple action filtration design, the Vortex Mag-One filters magnetite and non-ferrous debris from central heating systems with a 12000 gauss neodymium magnet.

Easy to clean and drain, with a clever design which enables 360° installation, the product is extremely installer friendly. Features include an installation and servicing date wheel, 28mm isolation valves, manual air bleed and a 500ml dosing capacity.

For added convenience the Vortex Mag-One is supplied with spare sealing washers and O-rings and to provide effective cleaning in central heating systems larger than 36kW, more than one filter can be used in a parallel circuit.

Compatible with all system inhibitors and glycol solutions, the Vortex Mag-One operates at a maximum working pressure
of 6 bar and a maximum working temperature of 120°C. Subject to terms and conditions, the product carries a two year parts guarantee.

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