Why Use The BLU-ZQX-16 Self Cleaning Filter Screens?
Most of the circulating water of heating pipes contains silt and rust caused by pipe fittings, and the circulating water is mostly hard water.
The water has a high content of calcium and magnesium ions. During the heating cycle of the circulating water, the sand and iron filings in the water will gradually deposit on the inner wall of the pipe or radiator.
In addition, because the circulating water will be heated repeatedly, the calcium and magnesium ions in the water will form scale and adhere to the pipeline, which will not only reduce the heating efficiency but also block the pipeline.
In order to improve heating efficiency and avoid clogging, Y-type filter elements are currently installed when heating pipes enter the home.
However, due to a large amount of sand, iron filings, and serious scale in the water, the filter will be clogged over time. It is necessary to clean the filter in time to ensure the heating effect.
At present, the heating pipe filters on the market need to be disassembled and cleaned, and there is only a barrel-shaped filter with a mesh of 1mm to 2mm in the filter, which cannot slow down the formation of scale, and even cannot intercept iron filings smaller than the mesh. Neither the filtering effect nor the convenience of cleaning can achieve the effect.
The technical problem that BLU-ZQX-16 Self Cleaning Filter Screens solves is to provide a pipe filter screen that can soften water quality, reduce scale formation, and can be automatically cleaned without disassembling.
Advantage of BLU-ZQX-16 Self Cleaning Filter Screens
- The backwater pressure in the pipeline can be used to backwash the filter without disassembling the filter.
- The screen is equipped with a permanent magnet bar, which can soften the water quality, make the generated scale structure loose, soft, not easy to stick, and will not form hard scale, which is easy to flush out by the backwater pressure.
- The Y-type pipe automatic cleaning filter is covered with a spring on the permanent magnet rod. When the permanent magnet rod is pulled up, the spring is compressed, and each coil of the spring will slide axially along the surface of the permanent magnet rod.
During the sliding process of each spring ring, the scale, impurities, and iron filings attached to the surface of the permanent magnet rod will be scraped clean, so that the scraped impurities will fall into the dirt storage pipe.