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Burner, Steel w/ Pilot Bracket (HE/VHE Cycle Pilot System Only)

SKU:512-200-045

Brand: Weil Mclain

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Burner, Steel w/ Pilot Bracket (HE/VHE Cycle Pilot System Only)

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5.0

"Great" - service, product, delivery.

By DLW

from Pittsville WI.

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        Comments about Burner, Steel w/ Pilot Bracket (HE/VHE Cycle Pilot System Only):

        E-mailed to Pex Supply, very timely response helped me find my product, Great Service.

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          Q:

          are these burners for propane / LP I have a VHE-4 series 3
          Asked on 11/13/2013 by Dan from Pittsville, WI

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            A:

            the burner is the same for natural gas or propane, the difference is in the orifice (brass jet with specially sized hole that burner inserts over, onto),if you just change burners, you will be ok

            Answered on 11/13/2013 by Anonymous
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            To my knowledge, it is the orifices, not the burners which determine the
            fuel to be used. Propane uses a smaller opening than natural gas. Once the
            gas passes through the orifice, the burners are all the same. We use
            natural gas on our Weill McLain VHE boiler. Check to see if there is a
            conversion kit available or you could try to reduce the opening in the
            orifice by placing a drop of hot solder in it and redrilling a smaller size
            opening. Be sure to research what size opening to use based on the BTU's
            and number of burners. Hope this helps.

            Answered on 11/13/2013 by Anonymous
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            A:

            I don't know my is natral gad. I think is is ok w/ propane the only different between this two type is orrifix
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            Answered on 11/13/2013 by Anonymous
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