Dirt separator – clean water in heating systems

The dirt separator filters dirt particles out of the water. In heating systems, the circulation of dirty water leads to premature wear and damage to components such as pumps and control valves. It also causes the blockage of heat exchangers, heaters and pipes, resulting in a reduction in the system's thermal effectiveness. The dirt separator separates the course impurities, most of which consist of sand and rust particles, from the water in a large decanting chamber. The dirt can therefore be removed while the system is in operation. The dirt separator is suitable for mixtures of glycol and water (50% glycol). A commercial deaerator can be fitted.

  • Filters impurities and corrosion products out of the heating water
  • Suitable for glycol/water mixture (50% glycol)
  • Filtered particles can be rinsed out manually during operation
  • Commercial deaerator can be fitted

Installation requirements

The device must be installed voltage-free. The dirt collector should be installed in pipes of the same dimension as its nominal diameter.

Scope of supply

  • Dirt separator made of brass with magnetic ring 
  • Hose fitting for hose connection
  • Insulation 


  • Automatic deaerator

For further information on installation requirements and accessories, as well as technical details, see the operation manual, which is available to download.