Air Eliminators

When air is present in a hydronic heating system, it causes faster aging of cast iron components and leads to formation of air gaps. Rust in the water lowers its’ heat transfer ability and therefore reduces the overall efficiency of the heating system, leading to higher operating costs. The sediment further accumulates on various system components and results in their frequent maintenance and early failure. When air molecules accumulate into bubbles, they forms air gaps which often create irritating noise and further reduce efficiency of the system.