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Magnetic filters for heating and cooling systems can be divided into three groups, according to their filtration function.
The first group are air separators, which remove unwanted air bubbles from the system as too much air can cause noise and reduce heating efficiency.
Another issues can be dirt and magnetite particles occurring in the heating pipes. Magnetic dirt separators capture these particles and dirt thanks to the integrated magnet. This reduces system wear and increases heating efficiency.
Dirt and air separators are a combination of both functions. One device that removes both air bubbles and dirt.
From the efficiency standpoint it is always better to install separately an air separator and a dirt separator. If it is too difficult to install both devices separately, a combined separator is then an ideal solution.