COMBINED POWER FLUSHING FILTER & HEATER
The highlights –
- Twin cylinder unit containing both magnet and heater.
- 11,000 gauss of magnetic power.
- 3kW CombiHeat power flush heater.
The Benefits –
- Increases flushing efficiency.
- Reduces flushing time.
- Prevents recirculation of debris through the boiler.
- Minimises water consumption.
- Transparent cylinder gives visible indication of system contamination and the need to clean magnet.
- Built-in bypass enables filter to be cleaned without interrupting flushing/heating process.
- Supplied in protective case, with coupling hose.
The Details –
The CombiMag Dual is a high power magnetic power flushing filter (CombiMag) plus CombiHeat integral heater for use when system boilers are not functional, in one compact unit.
The CombiMag module:
The CombiMag powerflush filter quickly removes circulating black iron oxide contamination from the flushing water, using the power of a rare earth magnet to snatch the debris from the water flow.
The CombiMag Dual unit is installed between the power flushing pump and the heating system. The cyclone construction of the magnet chamber directs contaminated water through a powerful magnetic field. Even the smallest of particles are retained on the magnet. Debris which may lead to blockages in small bore pipe work, is prevented from reentering system.
The rapid removal of debris prevents saturation of the cleaning solution with black sludge, leading to a more effective power flush, reducing heating costs resulting in a more efficient heating system.
The time savings on each power flush when using a CombiMag will rapidly cover its cost, reducing the job time, and disruption forhouseholders.
Debris retained on the magnet is an impressive visual aid. It demonstrates to householders the need for the power flush, and proves that the clean has been professionally carried out.
The CombiHeat module:
During the chemical application stage of a power flush it is beneficial for the water to be warm, ideally around 50°C.
Input of heat enhances the performance of flushing chemicals, and reduces the time taken for a power flush.
If operational, the central heating boiler should ideally be used, but if a non-functional boiler is being replaced, this may not be possible.
Additionally, when installing a new boiler to an existing system, it is not advisable to leave the power flush until the new boiler is operational, because of the risk of contaminating it with debris from the old system, thus invalidating the boiler warranty.
In situations where the boiler cannot be fired, the CombiHeat can be used to raise the water temperature higher than ambient.
The CombiHeat is particularly useful when applying heat specifically to one or two problem radiators when normal power flushing has failed to remove heavy, adhesive deposits.
The corrosion resistant element enables the CombiHeat to be used with all power flushing chemicals.
Your next step –
Come and see the unit and most of the Kamco range of power flushing machines and accessories here at Stevenson Sales