10-Plate, 4-1/4" x 12" Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger with 1" MNPT Ports
Brand: Everhot
Part#: BT4x12-10
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Everhot Plate Heat Exchanger is designed for use in a variety of liquid-to-liquid heat transfer applications, where a reliable, efficient and compact heat exchanger is needed.


Applications:
  • Radiant Heating and Snow Melt (Glycol to Water) Systems;
  • Wood Furnaces;
  • Domestic Hot Water;
  • Solar & Geothermal Heating;
  • Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Replacements;
  • Beer & Wort;
 
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Cross-References:
  • ITT Bell & Gosset "Brazepak" Plate Heat Exchanger models BP410-10, BP411-10 and BP412-10

Features:
  • 100% Factory tested;
  • Warrantied by the manufacturer;
  • 316L Stainless Steel Construction;
  • 99.9% pure Copper Brazed;
  • Feature Male NPT Connections (standard);
 
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Technical Specifications:
  • Flow Rate: 30 GPM max.
  • Connections: 1" Male Threaded
  • Dimensions: 4.25" x 12.12" x 1.32"
  • Max BTU output: up to 150,000 BTU/hr
  • Design Pressure: 435 psi
  • Design Temperature: -256°F / 437°F
 
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too small for 2800sqf house
"this unit is too small for my house i burned 11 cords of wood with my outdoor wood boiler after installing this. i have never burned more than 5 cords. my boiler was piped as an open loop to be diverted by a 3way valve. i used this exchanger to close the loop so i could pressurize the inside loops in the house as i had issues with vapor lock, and also run glycol in my wood boiler. this year i will be upgrading to the 450,000BTU unit. overall this product does what it says it will and is constructed well. it would be nice to have an in and out indicator on the connection points."
By irishsobno4 (from northern Minnesota) on 05/16/2011
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Is there a schematic to indicate which are the supply and return ports or is it assumed that the top is supply and bottom return?
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If you stand the heat exchanger vertically (with longest sides being vertical) then connections are as follows: Left-Top - Side 1 Inlet; Right-Top - Side 2 Outlet; Left-Bottom - Side 1 Outlet; Right-Bottom - Side 2 Inlet; In essence, the left side in 1st liquid and right side is 2nd. It is generally advised to run the liquids in opposite directions to achieve higher efficiency, but same direction would also work.
By PexUniverse Customer Service on 11/15/2017

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