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Plate Information

The popularity of brazed plate heat exchangers lies in their small size and highly efcient heat transfer surface. Brazed plate heat exchangers begin as stainless steel plates specially embossed to critical tolerances. The embossed surface increases uid turbulence, thereby increasing the heat transfer coefcient and lowering potential fouling. The plates are stacked for maximum use of the surface area and to form two independent circuits running in alternating layers. The two uid circuits are congured to ow in opposite directions (counterow) to further enhance the dissipation of heat. This honeycomb of passages provides high heat transfer, low uid pressure drop and complete separation of the two uids. The assembled units are then brazed in a vacuum furnace for consistent quality. As a nal step, a helium pressure test is used to ensure leak-free performance. The result is a very rugged, highly efcient and reliable heat exchanger, built to last. Brazed plate heat exchangers are available in a variety of sizes and plate congurations (see page 7).

Up to 60-percent smaller than traditional devices. Higher heat transfer coefcients and lower fouling rates. Costs less than traditional devices. Easier to install and connect.

Smaller Size

High Performance

Lower Installation Cost Easy Installation

Smaller size and less weight makes it easier and more inexpensive to transport.

Lower Shipping Cost

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for E-Classic 1400, E-Classic 1450, E-Classic 2400 and E-Classic 3200

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DIMENSIONS AND MEASUREMENTS

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SAMPLE PARTS LIST


NOTE: These lists are intended to be examples only. Actual installations will vary. See your dealer if you have questions concerning your application.

Sample Parts List for Forced-Air Heating System


DESCRIPTION

QTY.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 6 6 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

P/N
107 591 2053 326 171 224 588 198 118 296 1330 1333 1334 5978 2441 1302 2443 6593 556 1650 297 299 300 308 1548 6054 3042

Central Boiler Outdoor Wood Furnace Heat Exchanger Coil, 125k Btu Side-Arm Heat Exchanger Kit Fittings Kit Water Heater Mixing Valve, 3/4" Taco 007 Pump Isolation Flange Kit, 3/4" 24-Volt Thermostat Ball Valve, 3/4" Nipple, 3/4" x close Brass Swing Check Valve, 3/4" PEX Adapter, 1" PEX x 3/4" MIP PEX Coupling, 1" PEX 90 Elbow, 1" Central Boiler Clamp, 1" 100' ThermoPEX Pipe, 1" Central PEX 1" Pipe, ve 10' straight sections ThermoPEX Cap, 1" Grounding Rod Kit (supplied standard with E-Classic and Maxim models) Power Supply Cord, 32" Corrosion Inhibitor Plus (amount varies per model; see Owner's Manual) Ashtrol, 6.25 lb Ash Shovel Ash Rake Hoe Thermostatic Valve Fittings Kit, 3/4" Temperature Gauge (optional) Brass Hex Bushing (optional)

QTY.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 8 10 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

323 322 106 171 224 1267 198 1334 1330 5978 199 133 556 296 118 6764 1544 1548 6054 3042

P/N

Sample Parts List for Additional Buildings


Transition Fan Heat Exchanger Coil, 100k Btu Taco 007 Pump Isolation Flange Kit, 3/4" Line Voltage Thermostat Ball Valve, 3/4" PEX 90 Elbow, 1" PEX Adapter, 1" PEX x 3/4" MIP Central Boiler Clamp, 1" Brass Hose Bib, 3/4" MPT Black Tee, 3/4" NPT Power Supply Cord, 32" Brass Swing Check Valve, 3/4" Nipple, 3/4" x close Brass Offset Tee, 4" Thermostatic Valve, 3/4" Thermostatic Valve Fittings Kit, 3/4" Temperature Gauge (optional) Brass Hex Bushing (optional) 41

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SAMPLE PARTS LIST


Parts List
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