400,000 BTU/Hr Hydronic BPX Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger With Mounting Tabs Zoom

400,000 BTU/Hr Hydronic BPX Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger With Mounting Tabs

SKU:BP410-30MT

Brand: Bell & Gossett

Bell & Gossett
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Specs

Number of Plates: 30
Depth (Inches): 4-11/50"
BTU Output: 400000
Width: 5-2/5"
Height: 12-1/5"
Application: Heating
Max Pressure (PSI): 435 psi
Type: Radiant Heat
DHW
Snow Melt
Thread Type: Male
Brazing Material: Copper
Cover Plate Material: Stainless Steel
Temperature Range (F): -310°-450°F
Max Temp (F): 450°F
Min Temp (F): -310°F
Thread Size: 1"

Description for Bell & Gossett BP410-30MT

B & G type Hydronic BPX brazed plate heat exchangers offer a unique mounting system and the highest level of thermal efficiency and durability in a compact, low cost unit. The unique integral mounting tabs and connection locations allow for easy installation to any hydronic heating panel without the need or cost of a separate mounting bracket. The corrugated plate design provides very high heat transfer coefficients, resulting in a more compact design. The unit's stainless steel plates are vacuum brazed together to form a durable, integral piece that can withstand high pressure and temperature.
Technical Specifications:

  • BTU/Hr: 400,000
  • Design Pressure: 435 PSIG (30 bar)
  • Design Temperature: -310 F min, 450 F max
  • Number of Plates: 30
  • Cover Plates: Stainless Steel ASTM 316L
  • Channel Plates: Stainless Steel ASTM 316L
  • Brazing Material: Copper
  • Weight (lbs): 11.3

400,000 BTU/Hr Hydronic BPX Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger With Mounting Tabs

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  • 400,000 BTU/Hr Hydronic BPX Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger With Mounting Tabs

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    i think some body messed up if you look at the product description and the tech spec.s for the 400000 btu heat exchanger you will see the problem .. it is hard to try and guess what your going to get .. check it out and let me know ..
    Asked on 1/13/2011 by Anonymous from warm and sunny mn.

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      A:

      400,000 BTU/hr simply refers to the unit's maximum possible output. The technical specifications (and the 180,000 BTU/hr mentioned there) outline one possible application of the product.

      Answered on 1/20/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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