With Purotap Micro and minor effort save in the long term
As in closed heating systems actually no corrosion can occur, non-professionals are baffled with the question as to why did it come to serious damage due to corrosion. Benefiting from a high amount of salts in normal tap water, the formation of galvanic elements is promoted that ultimately cause this corrosion. But also in the unfiltered water containing chlorides, sulfates and nitrates have their share of such decay processes.
To counteract such processes permanently, to prolong the lifetime of an expensive and high-quality heating system, and to save you costly repairs the proven Purotap system offers an attractively priced solution.
PUROTAP ® micro
The manufacturers give out regulations and technical guidelines for handling to any modern heating system. Each of those guidelines recommends demineralizing the heating water. Behind this are many practical experiences that clearly demonstrate that even minor levels of hardness in the filling water damage sensitive equipment such as gas boilers, heat pumps and solar systems. Decisive for the extent of damage is, among other things, the amount of lime in the filling. In the case of a detached house with a heating system of 350 liters system water content, an average of 100g lime comes together. The larger the amount of the filling water, the greater the amount of containing lime. The exact amount will of course vary from region to region with the exact hardness of the tap water.
Also damaging for sensitive devices such as heating baths is the penetration of the filling water with salts. As in closed heating systems actually no corrosion can occur, non-professionals are baffled with the question as to why did it come to serious damage due to corrosion. Benefiting from a high amount of salts in normal tap water, the formation of galvanic elements is promoted that ultimately cause this corrosion. But also in the unfiltered water containing chlorides, sulfates and nitrates have their share of such decay processes.
Disposable cartridge for single demineralization of filling water in a continuous process for closed heating and cooling circuits on ion exchange basis by color change - mixed bed resin, according to the guidelines of the VDI 2035. High-quality resin in a proven mix ratio supports the process of alkalinization directly after filling, thus ensuring sustainable protection against corrosion by a salt-free operation of the system without additional inhibitors. The requirements of DIN EN 1717 are to be considered during the filling of heating systems! max. Flow l / min. 4-5. 4m³ at 1 ° dH, 1,5 kg. Ideal for permanent installation for refilling, since no measurement counter is necessary.
Weight (cartridge): 1.5 kg
Maximum pressure, supervises, temporarily: 4 bar
Maximum temperature, supervises, temporarily: 60 ° Celsius
Material: PS, PP
Disposal: Domestic waste / rest garbage
With the Purotap Easy system for refilling heating water according to VDI 2035 Elysator fills a real gap in service. In contrast to the usual demineralization cartridges, the complete demineralization can be controlled through a specially designed and battery-powered measuring counter. The cartridge itself is made of environmentally friendly materials and can be regularly disposed in household waste. If you return the used cartridge, we can recycle these directly.
Thus, this new generation of cartridges of Elysators Purotap series provide an inexpensive and simple alternative to permanent make-up stations and facilitates, which makes it significantly easier not only for craftsmen but also for homeowners. It is ideal for the service technician who has to top up small amounts again and again. So must not be purchased expensive filling stations or measuring computers for each customer service vehicle. Ditto, the end consumer can easily refill the heating system with demineralized water. The fixed filling station for hooking the Purotap Micro cartridges is easy to install and requires only little space.
The additional support of heating water treatment of Elysator completes the program. Herewith the end user can take demineralized water for the household easily. It is suitable, for example, for the steam iron, to clean windows without water spots and for filling tanks, batteries or humidifiers. The water is further excellent for a gentle cleaning of cars and solar systems.
For use as fixed refill station for the filling water of a heating system, a system separator must be used within the scope of DIN NORM EN 1717. This ensures the separation of drinking water and heating water. Although no environmental pollution is caused by demineralized water, so it is still not suitable for drinking. The integration of such a system separator is possible.
Both versions of Purotap refills fulfil latest requirements and quality standards. Including the Association of German Engineers (VDI) standard norm 2035, which states: “With decreasing water salinity increasing amounts of oxygen can be tolerated. In the absence of ions that can take over the transport of electric current in the water, is the formation of galvanic cells, which may lead to localized corrosion, virtually impossible. (…) For initial filling larger water heating installations using demineralized water is recommended.” However, the DIN 50930 of the German Institute for Standardization e. V. (DIN) paid full attention in developing the Purotap systems. According to this chloride and sulfate ions stimulate the anodic partial reaction of metal dissolution. By selective anion exchange the probability of local corrosion can be reduced.
Another fulfilled standard are the provisions of the Swiss Association of Heating and Air engineers (SKWI). The Swiss standard requires: “The filling and make-up water must be desalinated.” On top of that are the SKWI states that "the best technical solution is demineralization in waters with high chloride or sulfate content".