DIRTMAG - Dirt separator with magnet


The dirt separator separates the impurities, which are mainly made up of sand and rust particles, circulating within the closed circuit systems, with very low head losses. The impurities are collected in a large decantation chamber, that requires low frequency cleaning procedures, from which they can be removed even while the system is in operation. The DIRTMAG® dirt separator series are also equipped with a removable magnetic ring for the separation of ferrous impurities. Made using a composite material specifically designed for use in air-conditioning systems, this dirt separator is especially versatile as it can be installed on both horizontal and vertical pipes.

Operating principle
The operating principle of the dirt separator with magnet is based on the combined action of a number of physical phenomena. The internal element (1) consists of a set of radial reticular surfaces. The impurities in the water, on striking these surfaces, get separated, dropping into the bottom of the body (2) where they are collected. Ferrous impurities are also trapped inside the dirt separator body, thanks to the action of the two magnets (3) inserted into a special removable outer ring. The large internal volume of the DIRTMAG® slows down the flow speed of the medium thus helping, by gravity, to separate the contained particles. The collected impurities are discharged, even with the system running, by opening the drain cock (4); this procedure can even be performed while the system is in operation.

Serie 5453 ... Composite dirt separators with magnet DIRTMAG

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