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For oil-fired heaters, consider this optimized de-aerator

By Gerald Ondrey |

Afriso-Euro-Index GmbH

Afriso-Euro-Index GmbH

The new automatic FloCo-TOP-2 fuel-oil de-aerator was designed for continuous de-aeration and filtration of fuel oil, diesel, biofuel and biodiesel with 0–20% FAME in oil-fired heating systems (single-line systems with return supply). The de-aerator features a number of technical innovations. The height of the de-aerator hood has been reduced, and the connection for the vent hose is now located at the side so that the unit can be used even if space is very limited. The pressure gauge (service indicator) is now rotatable to facilitate readings. The de-aerator is equipped with a plastic de-aerator hood, a zinc die-cast housing and a compact plastic filter cup. FloCo-TOP-2 is suitable for a return flow of up to 120 L/h. The fuel oil de-aerator is TÜV tested and complies with EN 12514-2. — Afriso-Euro-Index GmbH, Güglingen, Germany

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