Contamination separators are designed to retain solid particles carried by flowing water. They are used as a protection against desludging boiler fittings and water installations, with a much higher efficiency than in the case of oblique filters. The unique design forces slowed water flow, causing contaminations to deposit on the bottom of the separator. The neodymium magnetic stack captures paramagnetics and other magnetically active molecules. The stack is housed in a stainless steel cover that prevents contaminations from depositing directly on the magnets and also results in the possibility of removing them during the operation of an installation. The separators have non-mesh filters with a special weave that prevents them from clogging.
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|Neodymium magnetic stack||▉||▉||▉||▉|
|Filter - weave preventing from clogging||▉||▉|
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|Tank made of stainless steel||▉||▉|
|Anti-corrosion protection - galvanized||▉||▉|
|Nominal diameter DN||15||20||25|
|Flow factor [∆p=1bar]||4.4||9.5||14|
|Design temperture [°C]||110 or 150|
|Design pressure [bar]||Standard 16, special options 6, 10, 25, 40.|
|Filter retention||250μm, other dimensions upon request|
The diameter of a contamination separator should be selected in such a way that the flow velocity was below 1m/s.
Contamination separators are devices operating under pressure and temperature, therefore it is essential to comply with the health and safety regulations during all operations with the use of them. Operators, maintenance staff and supervisors should pay special attention to the strong magnetic field generated by the neodymium magnetic stack, it can interfere with pacemakers and other electronic devices.
The central heating system - protection against depositing in the exchangers of magnetite boiler rooms and other particles carried by the return water.
Securing the bathroom fittings and the heater exchanger against contaminations carried by the water of the water supply network.