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Transformer for Gordon-Piatt Burner

SKU:1092-S

Brand: Allanson

Allanson
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$59.95
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$227.80 / box (4 units x $56.95)
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Voltage:
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120v
Burner Brand: Gordon Piatt

Description for Allanson 1092-S

  • Part #: 1092
  • Type: S
  • Burner: Gordon Piatt
  • Primary Voltage: 120
  • Secondary Voltage: 6000
  • mA: 23
  • VA: 150
  • Hertz: 50/60
  • Ground: One End Ground
  • Designed with high temperature wire
  • Runs cooler, quieter and safer on all types of burners
  • Designed to burner manufacturerÆs specifications
  • Meets American and European noise emission standards offering superior EMI and RFI protection
  • Single porcelain designs

Transformer for Gordon-Piatt Burner

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4.8

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Ignitor transformer

By Mike

from 0watford City, ND

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        Comments about Transformer for Gordon-Piatt Burner:

        Bought as spare on hand. The original is still working perfect. It is being used as the ignitor on a hot oil heater.

        • Primary use:
        • Business
         
        5.0

        We would buy this product again

        By Dre at LC

        from Miami, FL

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              Comments about Transformer for Gordon-Piatt Burner:

              Delivered promptly, great customer service.

              • Primary use:
              • Business
               
              4.0

              i needed an iginition transformer

              By DOC

              from Tower City, nd

              Verified Buyer

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                    Comments about Transformer for Gordon-Piatt Burner:

                    i needed an igition transformer for a portable 150kbtu forced air heater (fuel oil). a little big but i mounted it on the out side works great.

                    • Primary use:
                    • Personal
                     
                    5.0

                    Exactly what we needed!

                    By Greg

                    from st. thomas, on

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                          Comments about Transformer for Gordon-Piatt Burner:

                          We are a large retailer in Canada, when the contractor told me he needed this part, i went online to my favorite store PexSupply and there it was. The price was well below what I could find around home was was here in no time.

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                          • Business
                           
                          5.0

                          Easy to find and the exact replacement

                          By Tim

                          from Crystal Lake, Il.

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                                Comments about Transformer for Gordon-Piatt Burner:

                                A substitute was recomended by another vendor, but I was able to find the exact replacement with simple search on your web site.

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                                • Business

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