Removal of air from within the water will increase heat transfer, save energy and increase heating comfort. When the fluid enters the seperator, a combination of centrifugal force and velocity reduction of the fluid though the baffle will cause the air to be collected in a stainless steel tube. The air then rises to an air vent. The deaerated water then continues though the system.
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