Boiler Protection Filters - Spirotech Spirotrap
The Spirotech Spirotrap is a central heating filtration system. It is a water treatment device that can be fitted anywhere on the heating system, but it is generally preferable to fit them close to the boiler on the return. The SpiroTrap offers a completely universal unit suitable for vertical, horizontal or even diagonal installations. The unit delivers a simple and efficient way to remove all types of dirt, debris and sludge from central heating systems.
Once fitted the SpiroTrap MB3 filters out all types of magnetic and non-magnetic dirt continuously and automatically. This is achieved by using the units unique dual action SpiroTube separation element and patent pending high-power external magnet. As non-magnetic dirt particles enter the unit they collide with the SpiroTube and a laminar no-flow zone is created allowing the dirt particles to sink to the bottom of the collection chamber. Any magnetic dirt particles are stopped in their tracks by the external magnets 'intelligent magnetic field boosting technology', until the unit is drained.
To empty the unit simply slide the magnet down and off the unit (this drags any collected magnetite down to the bottom of the collection chamber) and open the drain valve. There’s no need for any further dismantling of the unit or manual cleaning of components… it couldn’t be easier.
The Benefits of Using Spirotrap
Highly recommended for all types of boilers, especially high efficiency boilers.
Unique dual action, automatically and continuously removes both magnetic and non-magnetic dirt from the heating system.
Proven to improve energy efficiency by independent testers.
Helps to reduce running costs.
Helps to protect and prolong the life of components such as the boiler & radiators.
Helps to reduce nuisance call outs by eliminating problems caused by circulating dirt.
Slim design fits neatly on any pipework.
Easily cleaned during the heating systems annual service.
Simple and easy to install.
Guaranteed for life of the boiler to a maximum of 20 years