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Adey MagnaClean Pro3 Sense Magnetic Filter £115.19 City plumbing
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Adey MagnaClean Pro3 Sense Magnetic Filter £115.19 City plumbing

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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Adey MagnaClean Professional3 22mm Sense Magnetic Filter The Adey MagnaClean Professional3 22mm Sense is the first and only Wifi enabled connected.

Will prolong the life of your boiler when fitted, would recommend one if you don't have it.
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As a side point, it looks like a robot's head, that wants to tell me something.
Knowing my luck, its telling me to submit to the Robot Magnetic Filter hordes and my body will be sent for re-processing.
Am i watching too much sci-fi?
Something else I didn't know existed (and probably don't need).
Thanks HUKD!
I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on the hot water return only not the radiator cold return or even option B hot water to Rads then its doing pretty much nothing !

Make sure you know where it should go before getting someone in to fit, I have spent a while working out my heating now and pretty much understand it all from tracing stuff back... lesson learned, don't trust tradesmen unless they have a proven track record with evidence.
thr0tt19/11/2019 09:39

I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on …I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on the hot water return only not the radiator cold return or even option B hot water to Rads then its doing pretty much nothing !Make sure you know where it should go before getting someone in to fit, I have spent a while working out my heating now and pretty much understand it all from tracing stuff back... lesson learned, don't trust tradesmen unless they have a proven track record with evidence.


It should be on the common return, as you say not the H/W return but equally not best fitted on the radiator return where it will only be in use in the winter months.
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If you dose your system with inhibitor, you don't need these. As a pro tradie drippy, I love installing these and then neglect to add the inhibitor, makes me an absolute fortune!
thr0tt19/11/2019 09:39

I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on …I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on the hot water return only not the radiator cold return or even option B hot water to Rads then its doing pretty much nothing !Make sure you know where it should go before getting someone in to fit, I have spent a while working out my heating now and pretty much understand it all from tracing stuff back... lesson learned, don't trust tradesmen unless they have a proven track record with evidence.


What's a radiator cold return... Are you sure you are correct?
Its a simple task for a plumber to identify what pipes run out of your boiler, unlikely to be gotten wrong.
Is the wifi a gimic?
rjace19/11/2019 14:48

Is the wifi a gimic?



YES. Most of these things have a drain valve at the bottom, so you can flush out any debris & therefore check it at the same time.
I installed a different brand and it picked up a small amount of debris after installation and not much since.

My system has had inhibitor in from new and as I have large radiators, I put in 2 bottles to make sure the concentration is OK. It also got replaced when I added a radiator. I put the stuff in myself, then I know it's really been done.
willllllllll19/11/2019 14:09

What's a radiator cold return... Are you sure you are correct? Its a …What's a radiator cold return... Are you sure you are correct? Its a simple task for a plumber to identify what pipes run out of your boiler, unlikely to be gotten wrong.


Common return as corrected above. Simple task yes, simple plumber yes, got it wrong yes. Hot water leaves boiler, hits pump, pushes water to hot water (and towel rails) through the Megaflow then returns via a MagnaClean, radiators are on a 3 way valve and the common return 'returns' further down the return path than the MagnaClean thus the metallic debri this is meant to collect from your rads in fact is not hitting the MagnaClean in the right sequence. Even the installation manual gives you 2 place you could install it, both of which it is not. Plumber = Incompetent simple.
thr0tt19/11/2019 09:39

I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on …I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on the hot water return only not the radiator cold return or even option B hot water to Rads then its doing pretty much nothing !Make sure you know where it should go before getting someone in to fit, I have spent a while working out my heating now and pretty much understand it all from tracing stuff back... lesson learned, don't trust tradesmen unless they have a proven track record with evidence.


Know the feeling bud.. Had a few plumbers, maybe I've been unlucky but had two radiators replaced and they both leaked pipe work not soldered properly. In the end I learned how to do it myself. Most tradesmen just after 100 an hour jobs and run.

I had one of these installed but I literally was like I want it right there please on that pipe. I read the instructions so I didnt take any chances.

My system is a good 20 year old was amazed how much crud was in the pipes after inhibitor and a few months later the heating system runs very clean now.
Edited by: "fishleg003" 19th Nov 2019
Pro3!?
jaizan19/11/2019 14:56

YES. Most of these things have a drain valve at the bottom, so you can …YES. Most of these things have a drain valve at the bottom, so you can flush out any debris & therefore check it at the same time.I installed a different brand and it picked up a small amount of debris after installation and not much since.My system has had inhibitor in from new and as I have large radiators, I put in 2 bottles to make sure the concentration is OK. It also got replaced when I added a radiator. I put the stuff in myself, then I know it's really been done.


Which brand do you usually buy?
fishleg00319/11/2019 21:23

Know the feeling bud.. Had a few plumbers, maybe I've been unlucky but had …Know the feeling bud.. Had a few plumbers, maybe I've been unlucky but had two radiators replaced and they both leaked pipe work not soldered properly. In the end I learned how to do it myself. Most tradesmen just after 100 an hour jobs and run.I had one of these installed but I literally was like I want it right there please on that pipe. I read the instructions so I didnt take any chances.My system is a good 20 year old was amazed how much crud was in the pipes after inhibitor and a few months later the heating system runs very clean now.


Pro2 or 3 installed?
What's the damn point of putting WiFi in it? The chances of the WiFi still working 3 years on are virtually zero.
thr0tt19/11/2019 09:39

I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on …I've got a similar one however due to my incompetent plumber who put it on the hot water return only not the radiator cold return or even option B hot water to Rads then its doing pretty much nothing !Make sure you know where it should go before getting someone in to fit, I have spent a while working out my heating now and pretty much understand it all from tracing stuff back... lesson learned, don't trust tradesmen unless they have a proven track record with evidence.


Where should mine go?
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Cold/common return from your rads. Second option is hot send. There is a detailed instruction in the box however you will just need to know what pipes do what. Spend a little time drawing and mapping your system out so you know what’s what, pictures posted here mean little to me as I drew out my system so understand it, do the same. Basic -boiler to pump - followed by port valves (preceded by towel rails if they are heated) then returns back to boiler from water cylinder and rads.

Im not nor want to be a plumber btw - I would hazard a guess one of those 15mm pipes is the one
Edited by: "thr0tt" 5th Dec 2019
thr0tt05/12/2019 23:31

Cold/common return from your rads. Second option is hot send. There is a …Cold/common return from your rads. Second option is hot send. There is a detailed instruction in the box however you will just need to know what pipes do what. Spend a little time drawing and mapping your system out so you know what’s what, pictures posted here mean little to me as I drew out my system so understand it, do the same. Basic -boiler to pump - followed by port valves (preceded by towel rails if they are heated) then returns back to boiler from water cylinder and rads.Im not nor want to be a plumber btw - I would hazard a guess one of those 15mm pipes is the one


I’ve been told the 22mm return pipe to the right, 2nd 1 on the rhs. it’s deffo 22mm pipe. I’ll ask a plumber before cutting the pipe myself.
Btw found a Magnaclean Pro 2 with MC1 n 3 chemicals for £90!
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