The UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of accredited plumbing equipment, Altecnic will be showcasing a working model of the UK’s first triple dirt and air separator with an external, removable magnet on its stand N2230 at ecobuild.
Visitors to the show will have the opportunity to speak to industry professionals about the range of business boosting opportunities Dirtmag IQ offers and see first-hand how the technically advanced product can be installed in five minutes and serviced in seconds.
Capturing both magnetic and non-magnetic particles in the IQ’s low pressure Dirtsep® chamber, the IQ’s patent-pending powerful external MAGBELT® attracts and separates system damaging magnetic particles. During routine servicing, there is no need for isolation as the MAGBELT® simply unclips triggering magnetic and non-magnetic sludge to be released via a ¾” full bore discharge.
Following the launch of its award winning compact and lightweight Heating Interface Unit at last year’s ecobuild, Altecnic is building on its success and showcasing the latest model in its product range. Featuring electronic controls, integral pump bypass and differential pressure switch for increased energy-efficiency, Altecnic’s HIUs are designed to help building consultants meet design points for BREEAM and LEAD and comply with UK Building Regulations Part L.
Altecnic sales director, Chris Ramster commented: “Our stand will be packed full of interesting and innovative products all designed to make life easier for everyone involved in specifying and installing plumbing products. We’re really looking forward to talking to visitors about Dirtmag IQ’s potential to increase repeat servicing business and our specification manager will also be on the stand to offer advice about our award winning HIUs.”
Visitors will also be able to see the full range of solar components available from Altecnic’s Renewables division, including the UK’s first tempering valve for solar installations that is independently verified as complying with the revised UK Building Regulations Part G 2010.