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Filter or Strainer

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by salecker, Jan 19, 2011.

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  1. salecker

    salecker Feeling the Heat

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    Hi All
    Looking for feedback/sugestions on what to use on the glycol side of my heat exchanger.I have 1 1/4 copper pipe manifold.I was planing to run a sidestream filter,and was wondering if that would be enough ?
    Or should i also have a strainer?
    I did install a strainer on my water side.
    Thanks Thomas

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  2. nrog2005

    nrog2005 New Member

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    i just put a spirotherm dirt trap on my return line from my house out to the wood boiler. No pressure drop and you wouldn't believe the crud it pulls out of the system, even after the system was flushed. check with PEX Supply
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