In-line device to neutralise the acidic condensate formed by condensing boilers. Condensing boilers condense and cool the exhaust gases in order to achieve their high efficiency levels, generating acidic condensate (with PH as low as 4) which must be disposed of into the sewer system. Some municipalities prohibit the discharge of highly acidic products into the sewers, limiting the pH to between 6 and 9.
Acidic condensate is also highly corrosive to pipework. It is therefore necessary in many cases to neutralise the boiler condensate before discharging it into the sewers. This neutraliser device is installed on the boiler’s condensate line, fastened in place with the dedicated bracket.
The connection to the pipework can be made either using the dedicated 10 mm hose barbs, or with 3/4” BSPP threaded fittings (one male and one female). The condensate flows past the neutralising salts held in the container, and is neutralised by the time it reaches the outlet.
Once the neutralising refill has been used up, the container must be refilled.
• Head: PP
• Sump: SAN
• O-Ring: NBR
• Fittings: 3/4” – 16 mm Nylon
• Refill: 125 g
• Salts: Calcined dolomite
• Operating pressure: 6 bar max
• Operating temperature: 50°C max