30 plate, 1-1/4" Thread, 60 GPM Heat Exchanger (5" x 12") Zoom

30 plate, 1-1/4" Thread, 60 GPM Heat Exchanger (5" x 12")


Brand: FlatPlate

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Flow Rate (GPM): 60
Depth (Inches): 3-1/5"
Number of Plates: 30
Thread Size: 1-1/4"
Width: 4-9/10"
Height: 12-1/5"
Application: Heating
Max Pressure (PSI): 450
Type: Potable Water
Snow Melt
Thread Type: Male
Brazing Material: Copper
BTU Output: up to 1200 BTU/H/oF-sq ft
Cover Plate Material: Stainless Steel
Temperature Range (F): 350°F Max

Description for FlatPlate FG5X12-30

GEA Flat Plate's FG series of Heat Exchangers is designed for use in boiler applications to isolate the boiler water from the potable hot water, these offer quicker response and smaller size.

FlatPlate® Advantages:

  • Full thickness 316L copper brazed plates for longer life and reliability.
  • Quicker response on a heating call and smaller size than older technologies.
  • Mounting Studs are included as standard.

How to Select the Flaplate model for your application:
  • Use the brochure in the resources section to make sure your design conditions match the design conditions.
  • Find the Capacity (BTUH) you need.
  • Select the appropriate FlatPlate® heat exchanger.
  • Check your selection to make sure that the minimum required flow rate and pressure drop are acceptable.

30 plate, 1-1/4" Thread, 60 GPM Heat Exchanger (5" x 12")

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  • 30 plate, 1-1/4" Thread, 60 GPM Heat Exchanger (5" x 12")


    Do you need a water storage tank with this unit or will it give hot water on demand?
    Asked on 5/2/2012 by Sam from United States

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      This heat exchanger is designed to transfer heat from one fluid to another without the fluids coming into contact with each other. The fluid on at least one side of the heat exchanger must be connected to a heat source.

      Answered on 5/2/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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      depends how hot your heat source is. i use this at our resort (when we close down during the weekdays in the winter) and it is plenty hot! our heat source is a 170-180F outdoor boiler... but i get 130-140F water (that i mix down to 120F) no prob (not sure how many GPM im pulling, but i have opened numerous faucets... and all hold up to 120F no prob! hope this helps!

      Answered on 2/24/2013 by pj from MN
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