The Cleanvent combines the removal of Air, Dirt and Sludge. Installed on the flow pipe (heating) or return pipe (chilled water) in the system the Cleanvent (CVAD) will eliminate these microbubbles and all types of Dirt and Sludge from heating and chilled water systems down to 10 micron.
The word Deaeration describes the removal of dissolved gases from liquids such as air from water. When water is heated or the pressure reduced gas microbubbles are released into the system. Microbubbles can be the cause of major of problems such as pump failure, corrosion and energy loss.
Dirt and Sludge can be the cause of major problems such as pump failure, corrosion and energy loss in Heating & Chilled Water Systems
Features and Benefits
Greatly reduced commissioning times after initial fill.
Longer system life (through air and dirt elimination)
Maximum Temperature. 110 °c. Higher temperature units available on request.
Tested to 21 bar
All stainless steel construction.
Air collects in the air chamber before being automatically vented
Floating dirt can be removed by opening the valve situated under the air vent.
The same valve is used for releasing air when filling the system
Large collector ensures that flushing is only required now and then
Can be flushed while fully operational (no need to shut down)
An internal stainless steel concentrator to aid removal of air and dirt.
Smooth surfaces with Stainless Steel lead to lower friction
Stainless will not degrade in service thanks to its excellent resistance to corrosion.
Stainless Steel is extensively more resistant to oxidation by water and biocides than carbon steel. Therefore Stainless Steels are not contributing to oxidation, sludge's etc.;
Thermal properties of stainless steel. They are far superior to iron or carbon steel.
Maximum flow rate up to 3m/sec
Next Day Available
10 Year Warranty
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