RADMAG makes radiator protection more attractive

RADMAG is a simple and proven straightforward and inexpensive way of installing magnetic protection in a heating system with a minimum of tools and without breaking into existing pipework.  It’s designed in the UK and available through merchants supported by Navigator MSL.

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Fitted in minutes into most towel rail type radiators, it’s an unobtrusive unit containing a high-powered magnet array that can be extended to optimise the ferrite capture area for magnetic metal debris circulating in the heating system. This can be removed periodically for inspection – typically every year when the boiler is serviced – wiped clean and re-inserted to continue the removal of harmful ferrous particles in the system.


RadMag’s inventor, Mark Norris, said: “RadMag is the easiest way to add magnetic filtration to any wet heating system that has standard towel rails or designer radiators. When coming up with the idea for RadMag, I recognised that manufacturers fit heating elements to them so why not a removable magnetic filter? A lot of heating engineers use the towel warmer to dose a system with cleaner or inhibitor so why not also use it to fit a filter too?”

Andrew Smith, Navigator MD says: “This is a simple but highly effective way of removing unwanted ferrous debris from a heating system. It’s a low-cost solution that improves the efficiency of the system, is simple and quick to install and equally easy to clean and maintain. Even the packaging is plastic free and fully recyclable.”

RadMag  can be seen on stand no B131 at the upcoming Installer Live Show at the NEC from 27th-29th June  www.navigatormsl.com/radmag.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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