A commercial magnetic filter...at a domestic filter price
And with an unheard-of life-long guarantee...your life!
INCH MAGNET IT’S THIS TOUGH!
So let's make something very clear...
The MagnaMate is a full eight inches bigger than some magnetic filters we could mention
But of course, our Magnamate isn't just big on size
It's big as in tough – made of...
Then we went and did something else pretty extraordinary...
We gave it a life-long guarantee - your life.
We can say that because we know how well it’s constructed.
We think that’s pretty extraordinary.
And some more stuff you should know...
The MagnaMate comes as standard in 28mm - but you can order it in 22mm
The MagnaMate has a vent valve and a drain plug.
It also has what we call a ‘Simple-Seal’...
Rather than put a large ‘O’ ring, or a special gasket on the top (which you’d have
to order if you damaged it!) we went and added a pump-valve washer. So if you should
ever have to replace it, you’re almost certain to have one in your toolbox.
So why is it square-ish?
So, given that the MagnaMate...
...is stainless steel, not plastic
...has a mighty 10-inch magnet
...has the ‘Simple-Seal’ washer
...and has a life-long warranty...
let’s take a look at all our rivals in this sector...
MagnaMate 22mm - £175.00
MagnaMate 28mm - £175.00
Delivery is ‘next-day’. Free delivery to UK mainland only.
Why don’t we supply valves? Because we genuinely couldn’t find any tough enough
to come with our life-long guarantee, and we don’t want to sell you anything
that may fail. We recommend (full bore) butterfly valves for around £5 each.
We also supply a ‘Duo’ version of the MagnaMate for 35/42mm heating systems,
You just have to add fittings and valves:
Just £329.00 (includes FREE delivery)
You could pay almost £600 more if you want our rival’s product...and it’s plastic!
When fluids flow in a pipe, the particles tend to flow in uniform. That’s great in
a pipe. But inside a magnetic filter, this isn’t really what you want. A disturbed
pattern in flow scatters the ferrous particles so that they are far more likely to
wander close to the magnet - where they get picked up by the magnetic field. The
square-ish MagnaMate thus breaks up the uniform pattern of flow. Particles bumping
into each other is called ‘Brownian Motion’ after the Scottish botanist, Robert Brown.
It’s thus particles moving in a random way rather than flowing in uniform motion.
It’s all clever stuff.