What Is A MagnaCleanse

Magna Cleansing, Magna Flushing, Magnetic Flushing

MagnaCleanse is a new flushing process designed to maintain and protect all domestic central heating systems from the damaging effects of iron oxide sludge build up. Not only does it clean the system, it provides ongoing protection for the boiler with the installation of a MagnaClean filter. This protection lasts throughout the lifetime of the boiler and helps to reduce central heating energy bills by up to 6%.

The objective is to catch and remove deposits of iron oxide sludge, rust and any other magnetic debris from the radiators and pipe work and restore systems with circulation problems or boiler noises caused by the murky water and corrosion deposits. MagnaCleanse in conjunction with a permanently installed MagnaClean filter can remove these deposits and the problems that they cause.

While power flushing is extremely effective when carried out by a qualified engineer, it's a fact that the build up of iron oxide is an ongoing issue within the system. MagnaCleanse delivers an extremely effective solution because it not only removes just as much sludge from the heating system, it also provides ongoing lifetime protection with the installation of a MagnaClean domestic filter. The process enables installers to carry out a routine system flush in as little as two hours providing a potentially more productive and affordable flushing solution.

 

Do I Need A MagnaCleanse & MagnaClean Filter?

Some of the main signs that your system could need a system MagnaCleanse with a MagnaClean filter installed:

- Cold areas on radiators (usually at the bottom)
- Excessive noise from the boiler or the heating system pump
- Reduced boiler performance
- Discolored brown/black water when you bleed/vent the radiators
- A general slow warming of the central heating system

MagnaCleanse                                          MagnaClean Filter

The MagnaCleanse Process

A central heating engineer will install a magnetic filter to the central heating system
(if you do not have one pre installed)

Once the magnetic filter has been installed on your heating system the engineer will connect the powerful MagnaCleanse filter and with the added help of some specially formulated high strength cleaning chemicals the engineer will filter the heating system pipe work and radiators with the use of the boiler at high temperature. Using a VibraClean tool for 15-20 seconds on each radiator will agitate any loose debris that the powerful MagnaCleanse filter will pick up. After around 2 hours or until the water in the MagnaCleanse starts to run clear the engineer will disconnect the MagnaCleanse. He will then reinstall the permanent MagnaClean filter, add the system inhibitor then refill the system to the correct pressure.

The benefits of a MagnaCleanse

- Removes virtually ALL suspended black iron oxide in ONE pass
- System flushing could now be achieved in as little as TWO hours
- Effective system flushing results with ongoing protection
- Cleanser remains concentrated within the system throughout the process
- Cleanser remains heated within the system throughout the process (More effective)

More information on MagnaCleanse can be found here - www.adey.com

The benefits of adding a MagnaClean Filter

Having a your heating system and boiler fitted with a MagnaClean filter will make the system more efficient. This occurs because the magnetic filter will catch any future build up of iron oxide providing long lasting protection and better circulation throughout the radiators and central heating pipe work. This in turn means the boiler will not have to work as hard to heat the house and water. Therefore the overall result is that you protect your boiler from blockages and save money on your energy bills up to 6%.

 

If you would like to contact us regarding a central heating system Magnaflush / MagnaCleanse or if you would like a MagnaClean filter installed you can send us a message using the contact page or simply call us direct on 01179 012027 where we will be happy to take your call.

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