Trappex centramag Filter

14 Apr 2010
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United Kingdom
I was looking into Central Heating Filters. The main filters was interested in were:
1) Magnaclean Pro 2
2) Spirotech MB3
3) TF1

I think from the above 3 I would probably go for the Magnaclean, due to limited space (TF1) and ability to clean (MB3). However I came across the Centramag, but could not find any info on this forum. Does anyone on here fit or recommend these filters
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I have fitted 80 Trappex Centramag filters on the eco boiler scheme and not one leaked as they use a runner gasket ,opposed to a rubber o ring .
There is a lot of good feed back on ukplumbersforum on the centramag .
The only down side is they were launched in white with mucky hands you had to be extra careful .Since November they have introduced a black centramag ,much better .
I phoned there customer services up and they are going to launch a inline filter which is good news.
Johnny plumber thanks for the reply.

No one here seems to comment on the Centramag, so I am undecided.

The have read the feedback on the Ukplumbersforum, however a fair bit is from the person who made the product.

The problem I have is fitting will be in a tight space which rules out Magnaclean pro2/micro as I think they can only be fitted vertical and inline.

I have a 110mm of horizonital pipe in the airing cupboard, after the pump and before the motorised valves. Other than that above the boiler would be tricky as the boiler is in a kitchen cupboard with pipe drops from above again, therefore limited space.

I thought about the twin tech or the MB3, however the MB3 I am not sure about performance. Can any else give an opinion between Cnetramag, MB3 and Twintech?

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