Heat Exchanger meets local and state plumbing codes.
April 21, 2003 - DW Series double-wall, vented brazed plate heat exchanger incorporates double wall plates and double seal fluid ports that provide positive leak detection with overall capacity from ½â€“150 gpm. UL listed with optional ASME code, product is suitable as alternative to shell and tube heat exchangers involved in projects where double separation of potable water from boiler water and non-potable fluids is required.
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Cytec Bldg., 2161-TR Pennsylvania Ave.
York, PA, 17404
Flatplate Introduces Double-Wall, Vented Heat Exchanger
York, PA (4/14/03) - FlatPlate, Inc. has released its Double-Wall, Vented brazed plate heat exchanger to meet local and state plumbing codes. The DW Series is highly compact and ideal for new construction or as an alternative to shell & tube heat exchangers involving projects where double separation of potable water from boiler water and other non-potable fluids is required. Specific applications include domestic hot water heating, process heating/cooling and food process make-up water. Double wall plates and double seal fluid ports provide positive leak detection with an overall capacity from ½ to 150 gpm. UL listed with optional ASME code.
FlatPlate is the U.S. leading manufacturer of plate heat exchangers for refrigeration, hydronic heating and industrial process to suit a wide variety of applications. The company also holds key patents in advanced heat exchangers. For more information about FlatPlate products or to place an order, please visit our web site at www.FlatPlate.com or call us at 1-800-774-0474.
Send inquiries to:
Attn: Steve Wand, President
2161 Pennsylvania Ave.
York, PA 17404
User comments about this story
plumbing codes for double wall heat exchanger
What plumbing codes and in what states will your heat exchangers meet code?
Do you have copies of the codes and from what states. Thank you
Rocko Meyers on Oct 24, 2010 17:01
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