Fernox TF1 Omega Filter Flushing Adaptor

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The nickel-plated, brass TF1 Omega Filter Flushing Adaptor allows for quick and easy connect of a Fernox TF1 Omega Filter to be connected to a powerflushing machine. It does this by disconnecting the filter chamber from the pipework and then connecting the Filter Flushing Adaptor which then gives you the flow and return connections for a powerflushing machine

  • Enables the full flow rate to optimise cleaning.

  • Rated to 85°C.

  • Quick and easy to install.

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All our products are guaranteed for a minimum of 1 year (radiators 10 years, copper tube 25 years) but many offer longer warranties from the manufacturer, which you may need to register for.

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Any heating system with radiators will eventually form magnetite sludge and it is advised when fitting a new boiler to invest in a magnetic filter to capture this sludge, stopping your radiators and pipework from blockages.

It will extend the life of your heating system when used in conjunction with a system inhibitor to stop the formation of rust.

An inhibitor chemical is a minimum requiremment for your radiator warranty to be valid.

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