BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS AURORA 1081 BP SerieS
AURORA 1081 BP Series
®
BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Optional ASME
Certified
Optional
European Code
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BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
AURORA 1081 BP Series
®
Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers
Higher Performance
Increased Efficiency
More Versatility
Model AP – For Domestic Hot Water Heating Applications.
Brazed Plate heat exchangers are ideal and offer a compact, high output capacity for Domestic Hot
Water heating applications. These heat exchangers offer substantial advantages over shell & tube,
tank & coil, U-tube bundles and other older technologies when used in both hot water boiler (AP
series) and steam applications (APSMO series). These advantages include the unit being easier to
install, rig and maintain at 1/5 the size and weight with a faster response and long life use.
Brazed Plate models are excellent for both new construction and replacement applications.
Three types of piping installations are typical:
Recirc to Tank Only: A recirc pump to the hot water tank is typical in most residential and light
commercial applications.
Recirc Loop in Building: A recirc loop is used, with or without a hot water storage tank, for many
commercial and industrial applications.
Instantaneous: Instantaneous hot water heating can be used in a few installations.
A
B
C
D
E
Piping.
F
Tee(s) on the output side of the HX are recommended for convenience in case future chemical
descaling and cleaning is required.
Controls.
Typical control of the pumps (Recirc to Tank only) should use an aqua stat in the
hot water storage tank to maintain set point temperature (i.e. 130˚F).
Vacuum Breaker
130°F out
Pressure and
Temperature Relief
Value
Hot Water
Storage Tank
PRV
Storage
Tank
12" from floor
Brass Tank Drain
2
Note: Storage tanks
over 120 gals. or 200,000 BTU
must have ASME Certification.
A.
G
Easy to Insulate
B. Proplerly Sized Connections
C.Compact
D. Stud Bolts for Installation and Mounting
E. High Performance Heat Transfer Surface
F. Strong, Rugged Connections
G. Totally Sealed Construction
BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Pump Features
Controls for Recirc Loops.
For recirculated domestic hot water systems (i.e. apartments,
hospitals, factories and office buildings), a motorized threeway mixing valve is REQUIRED on the boiler side and should be
modulated based on water temperature leaving the heat exchanger
into the domestic water loop. The hot water loop pump runs
continuously; this maintains the hot water set point for the loop
and storage tank. The recirc pump should flow 100% of the return
loop water through the heat exchanger, then to the storage tank
(if required; depends on boiler capacity) at all times to minimize
scaling and maximize BTUH output. City water inlet is recommended
before the heat exchanger and after the pump to maximize the heat
exchanger capacity.
Controls for Instantaneous Water Heating.
Diagram 1 – Recirc to Tank
Bronze Pump
180°F
180°F
The bypass/balancing valve should be adjusted at full load to
obtain the proper return water temperature to the boiler.
130°F
100°F
Boiler
180°F
Modulating 3 way valve
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130°F max
Tee(s) for servicing,
Hot
chemical descaling, and drain line
Bronze Pump Water
PRV
See Diagram
Below
Tank
130°F max
Tee(s) for servicing,
See Diagram
Hot
chemical descaling, and drain line
Below
150°F
Water
Tank
PRV
100°F
PRV = Pressure
Relief Valve
Building Loop
130°F
Tee(s) for servicing,
chemical descaling, and drain line
Diagram 2 – Recirc to Building Loop
180°F
Boiler
180°F
150°F
Bypass/
PRV = Pressure Relief Valve
Modulating 3 way Balancing
valve
Valve
130°F
Bypass/
Balancing
150°F
Modulating 3 way valve
Valve
Boiler
180°F
Boiler
Domestic
Hot Water
130°F
(Re-circ)
Domestic
Hot Water
(Re-circ)
Domestic
Hot Water
(Re-circ)
Boiler
180°F
PRVBuilding Loop
City Water
PRV Loop
Building
Tee(s) for servicing
and chemical descaling
Bypass/
Balancing
150°F
Valve
150°F
City Water
PRV
Diagram 3 – Instantaneous
180°F
150°F
Boiler
Boiler
Hot
Water
Bronze Pump
Tank
(optional)
Hot
Bronze
Pump
Water
Tank
See Diagram
Below
130°F max
See Diagram
Below
130°F max
See Diagram
Below
3 Way
Tempering
Valve
Anti-scald
Bronze Pump
device
Tee(s) for servicing,
130°F max
130°F max
Domestic Hot Water3 Waychemical descaling, and drain line
PRV
City Water
Tempering
(Instantaneous)
Valve
Anti-scald
device
City Water
Domestic Hot Water
(Instantaneous) PRV
50°F
150°F
Boiler
(optional)
3 Way
PRV Tempering City Water
Valve
Anti-scald
device
City Water
130°F
50°F
150°F
130°F max
Hot
Water
Tank
(optional)
Tee(s) for servicing
and chemical descaling
130°F
City Water
Tee(s) for servicing
and chemical 130°F
descaling
50°F
180°F
For applications with a recirc domestic hot water loop, the
modulating three-way valve should be adjusted so that it
maintains proper domestic water temperature and does not hunt
or overshoot. Slow to medium response rate is recommended.
Tank
130°F100°F
PRV = Pressure Relief Valve
Boiler
See Diagram
Below
Bronze Pump
Water
PRV
150°F
Controls for Steam Systems.
Start-up.
130°F max
Hot
A three-way tempering valve is required and an anti-scalding safety
device must be installed. The boiler pump should run continuously.
A modulating steam valve and proper steam trapping is required.
130°F
Domestic Hot Water
(Instantaneous)
130°F max
Tee(s) for servicing,
chemical descaling, and drain line
City Water
City Water
Tee(s) for servicing,
chemical descaling, and drain line
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BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Potable Water and Chemical Applications
Model APDW – For Domestic Hot Water
Heating Applications.
The APDW model is a Double Wall, Vented Heat Exchanger designed
to meet local and state plumbing codes for double separation of
potable water from boiler water and other non-potable fluids. As
a cost effective, full range heat exchanger, the APDW model is a
true Double Wall Vented design with double wall plates and double
seal fluid ports, both of which have positive leak detection. The
APDW model also has full thickness 316L copper brazed plates for
longer product usage and reliability. Compact and easy to install,
the APDW model is ideal for new construction or shell & tube
replacement. Optional ASME Code.
Piping.
Tee(s) on the output side of the HX are recommended for convenience
in case future chemical descaling and cleaning is required.
Controls.
Typical control of the pumps (Recirc to Tank only) should use
an aqua stat in the hot water storage tank to maintain set point
temperature (i.e. 130˚F).
Controls for Recirc Loops.
For recirculated domestic hot water systems (i.e. apartments,
hospitals, factories and office buildings), a motorized three-way
mixing valve is required on the boiler side and should be modulated
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based on water temperature leaving the heat exchanger into the
domestic water loop. The hot water loop pump runs continuously;
this maintains the hot water set point for the loop and storage
tank. The recirc pump should flow 100% of the return loop water
through the heat exchanger, then to the storage tank (if required;
depends on boiler capacity) at all times to minimize scaling and
maximize BTUH output. City water inlet is recommended before
the heat exchanger and after the pump to maximize the heat
exchanger capacity.
Controls for Instantaneous Water Heating.
A three-way tempering valve is required and an anti-scalding safety
device must be installed. The boiler pump should run continuously.
Controls for Steam Systems.
A modulating steam valve and proper steam trapping is required.
Start-up.
The bypass/balancing valve should be adjusted at full load to
obtain the proper return water temperature to the boiler.
For applications with a recirc domestic hot water loop, the
modulating three-way valve should be adjusted so that it maintains
proper domestic water temperature and does not hunt or overshoot.
Slow to medium response rate is recommended.
BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Potable Water and Chemical Applications
Model APSMO –
For Swimming Pools and Spas.
Model APDW
Diagram 1 – Recirc to Tank
Bronze Pump
180°F
130°F
180°F
130°F
180°F
Bronze Pump
Hot
Water
Hot
Tank
Water
Hot
Tank
Water
130°F
PRV
100°F
100°F
100°F
150°F
Boiler
Boiler
150°F
150°F
Boiler
130°F max
Bronze Pump
PRV
PRV
Tank
Tee(s) for servicing,
chemical
Tee(s)
for descaling,
servicing, and drain line
130°F max
See Diagram
130°FBelow
max
See Diagram
Below
See Diagram
Below
chemical descaling, and drain line
Tee(s) for servicing,
PRV = Pressure Relief Valve
chemical descaling, and drain line
PRV = Pressure Relief Valve
PRV = Pressure Relief Valve
Diagram Modulating
2 – Recirc3towayBuilding
Loop
valve
Modulating 3 way valve
180°F
Modulating
3 way valve
180°F
130°F
130°F
Bypass/
Balancing
Bypass/
Valve
Balancing
Bypass/
Valve
Balancing
Valve
180°F
150°F
Boiler
Boiler
150°F
150°F
Boiler
Building Loop
130°F
Building Loop
Building Loop
Hot
Water
Hot
Tank
Water
Hot
(optional)
Tank
Water
130°F max
130°F max
See Diagram
130°F
max
SeeBelow
Diagram
Below
(optional) See Diagram
Below
Tank
(optional)
Bronze Pump
PRV
PRV
PRV
Domestic
City Water
Hot
Water
Domestic
City Water
(Re-circ)
Hot
Water
Domestic
(Re-circ)
City Water
Hot WaterTee(s) for servicing
Bronze Pump
Bronze Pump
(Re-circ)
and
chemical
descaling
Tee(s)
for servicing
and chemical descaling
Tee(s) for servicing
and chemical descaling
Diagram 3 – Instantaneous
180°F
180°F
180°F
150°F
Boiler
Boiler
150°F
150°F
Boiler
3 Way
Tempering
3 Way
Valve
Tempering Anti-scald
130°F
device
3 Way
Valve
Anti-scald
130°F
Tempering
device
130°F max
Valve
Anti-scald
130°F
device
130°F max
PRV
City Water
130°F max
PRV
City Water
50°F
City Water
50°F
PRV
City Water
City Water
Tee(s) for servicing,
50°F
Domestic Hot Water
City
Water
chemical
descaling,
Tee(s) for servicing, and drain line
(Instantaneous)
Domestic Hot Water
(Instantaneous)
Domestic
Hot Water
(Instantaneous)
chemical descaling, and drain line
Tee(s) for servicing,
chemical descaling, and drain line
Model APSMO
Chemical Feed
90°F
Bypass/
Balancing
Valve
180°F
Boiler
150°F
P1
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Piping: Pools and Spas always have high water flow rates, from 3050 GPM for a typical residential pool to higher GPMs for commercial
applications. Because the APSMO model is a high efficiency heat
exchanger and does not require the full pool GPM flow, a bypass/
balancing valve is required to bypass 50%-80% of the pool water.
The bypass/balancing valve should be adjusted and permanently
set at startup.
Chemical feeds MUST be downstream from the heat exchanger. A
check valve should be installed to prevent backflow of chemicals
into the heat exchanger when the pump is not in operation.
Controls.
Temperature control of the pool should be based on a return water
temperature stat, controlling (on/off) the boiler and boiler pump.
Temperature control of the 90˚F-100˚F feed to the pool should be
controlled by permanent adjustment of the bypass/balancing valve.
Start-up.
Start up the system and adjust the pool side bypass/balancing
valve so that the pool initially heats up no faster then 2˚F/hr.
After the pool reaches approximately 78˚F-80˚F and the boiler
water enters at 180˚F, adjust the pool side bypass/balancing valve
to obtain 90˚F-100˚F water to the pool. Then, adjust the boiler
bypass/ balancing valve so that approximately 150˚F water returns
to the boiler.
Swimming Pool
Bypass/
Balancing
Valve
Filter
P2
S1
80°F
NOTE: Install a zinc anode on the swimming pool/spa side piping
when using an electronic chlorinator.
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BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Snow Melt and Radiant Floor Applications
Model AP –
For Snow Melt Applications.
Brazed Plate heat exchangers are very cost effective in Snow Melt
applications, providing high output, fast response and separation
of the fluids. Used for boiler water to glycol heat transfer and, in
some applications, zone isolation, the AP series provides an easy
solution to Snow Melt systems.
Most Snow Melt systems are boiler water to glycol 10%-40%
(typical), depending on location and weather conditions. The
heat exchanger isolates the glycol from the boiler water and
provides an oxygen barrier to the boiler, which protects other
components in the boiler system.
Piping.
A boiler side bypass/balancing valve is recommended, but not
required. A three-way tempering valve or motorized control valve
on the snow melt side is required.
Model AP –
For Radiant Floor Applications.
Many radiant floor applications utilize
Brazed Plate heat exchangers to reduce the overall cost of the
radiant floor system installation. This is possible when using
cast iron boilers and radiant tubing (with lower
Controls.
A three-way tempering valve is required to allow for adjustment
of the snow melt side and to limit the temperature of the glycol.
For radiant tubing in sand, maximum glycol temperature is 140˚F.
In asphalt and concrete, maximum temperature is typically 150˚F.
Recommended set point 130˚F for the glycol snow melt side.
Start-up.
Adjust the three-way tempering valve to 130˚F or the desired set
point.
P1
Bypass/
Balancing
Valve
180°F
Brazed Plate models also make it possible to interface steam
boilers to radiant floor systems, both low pressure and high
pressure steam systems (up to 300 psi) using the APSMO series.
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Snow
Melt
Loop
100°F
150°F
Boiler
Snow Melt
Heat Exchanger
Another strong application is using a domestic hot water heater to
provide heat to a radiant floor system bathroom radiant floor, or for
add-on projects. This is easily accomplished using a Brazed Plate
model to isolate the domestic water from the radiant floor loop.
180°F
P1
Bypass/
Balancing
Valve
150°F
cost, no oxygen barrier) and for applications where isolation
of the boiler to radiant floor loops are needed. These actions
simplify installation and minimize costs.
130°F
Boiler
BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Close Approach Applications
Model AP –
For Close Approach.
Brazed Plate heat exchangers can be used in applications
whereby the Approach Temperatures can be 10˚F or less and
as low as 2˚F, which means the heating (or cooling) source will
heat (or cool) the secondary load side to within a 2˚F-10˚F
of the source temperature. This capability allows for a variety
of applications and versatility for utilizing Brazed Plate heat
exchangers. Brazed Plate heat exchangers can be used for many
Fluid-to-Fluid applications where a heating (or cooling) source
is used to transfer heat to a load.
Applications Include:
Temperature Difference (TD) of (Side A or Side B) are defined as:
Entering Temperature minus Leaving Temperature
Example:
Side A: 95˚F in , 85˚F out = 10˚F TD for Side A
Side B: 77˚F in , 87˚F out = 10˚F TD for Side B
Optimum Approach Temperature for a Brazed Plate heat exchanger
is typically 10˚F for cost effective selections; however, 3˚F and 4˚F
Approach Temperatures are possible for special applications.
Ideal Temperature Difference (TD) is typically 10˚F and is preferred
in many applications.
Diagram 1Strainer
– Standard Piping Arrangement 10˚F and Higher Approach
Strainer
Strainer
A boiler side bypass/balancing valve is recommended, but not SOURCE SOURCE SideIn A
(Boiler,
Heat Pump,
(Boiler, Heat Pump,
SOURCE
Chiller,
Bypass
required. A three-way tempering valve or motorized control valve Chiller, etc.) (Boiler,
Heatetc.)
Pump,
Chiller, etc.) Adjustment
on the snow melt side is required.
SideSide
A B
In
Side AOut
In
Bypass
Adjustment
Bypass
Side B
Bypass/Balancing
Bypass/Balancing
Out
Adjustment
Adjustment
Side B
Bypass/Balancing
LOAD
Out
LOAD
Adjustment
LOAD
Adjustment
Strainer
• Boiler Water to Process
Strainer
Strainer
• Chilled Water to Process
• Glycol to Process Water
• Process Water to Process Water
• Hot Water Heater to Radiant Floor
• Cooling Tower/Free Cooling to Chilled Water Loop
• Engine Water to Process
• High Pressure (300psi) Isolation to
Low Pressure (150psi) Equipment
• Sea Water to Process (APSMO Series)
Approach Temperature = Side A (Source) Entering Temperature
(˚F) minus Side B (Load) Leaving Temperature (˚F)
Example:
Side A: 95˚F in , 85˚F out
Side B: 77˚F in , 87˚F out = 8˚F Approach
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Diagram 2 – Heat Exchanger to Cooling Tower
Side
SideA B
In
SideOut
A
In
Side A
In
Side B
Out
Side B
Out
Bypass/
Balancing
Valve
Chilled
Chilled
Water / or Process
Water / or Process
Chilled
Loop
Loop
Water / or Process
Loop
Strainer
Heat Exchanger
Heat Exchanger
to Cooling
Tower
Heat
Exchanger
to Cooling Tower
to Cooling Tower
Bypass/
Balancing
Bypass/
Valve
Balancing
Valve
Strainer
Strainer
Diagram 3 – High Pressure Isolation
Side A
In
Side
SideA B
In
SideOut
A
In
High Pressure High Pressure
Loop
Loop
High Pressure
< 450psi
< 450psi
Loop
< 450psi
Side B
Out
Side B
Out
Low Pressure
Loop
< 150psi
Low Pressure
Loop
Low Pressure
< 150psi
Loop
< 150psi
High Pressure
High Pressure
Isolation
High
Pressure
Isolation
(Interceptor)
(Interceptor)Isolation
(Interceptor)
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BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Model AP Accessories
Mounting Brackets:
BKT10X20 AND FR10X20
Mounting of any Brazed Plate unit can be
accomplished by:
1. Using a bar across the face of the unit
2. Mounting to a steel strut
3. Using a mounting bracket. Mounting brackets are designed for easy use
where applicable. BKT and FR models are all stainless steel.
Part
Number
BKT10X20
FR10X20
BKT5X20
BKT5X12
Plate Count
10-100 PL
110-220 PL
All
All
A
5.500
3.500
B
13.625
8.625
C
14.875
9.750
14 GA
14 GA
D
3.000
7.000
E
4.000
8.000
MATL. TH’K
14 GA
10 GA
BKT5X12 AND BKT5X20
MATERIAL: SA-240, 304 SS
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Bracket Model
Type
BKT5x12
Mounting Bracket
for AP4H, APDW4, APSMO5x12
BKT5x20
Mounting Bracket
for AP57H, APDW5, APSMO5x20
BKT10x20
Mounting Bracket
for AP10H, APDW10, APSMO10x20
FR10x20
Rugged Floor Mounting Frame
for AP57H, APDW5, APSMO5x20, 90-200 plates
BKT5x12
BKT5x20
BKT10x20
FR10x20
BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Model AP Accessories
“Y” Strainers:
A water strainer is required for proper protection of the Brazed Plate
fluid side for chillers, condensers and fluid-to-fluid units. These
strainers are cast bronze, female pipe thread connections and rated
for 400 psi working pressure at 150˚F.
Model
Female Pipe
Connection
Mesh
Strainer
GPM
at 1 psi PD
GPM
at 2 psi PD
STR3/4
3/4" FPT
20 mesh
18
26
STR1
1" FPT
20 mesh
28
40
STR1-1/4
1-1/4" FPT
20 mesh
42
60
STR1-1/2
1-1/2" FPT
20 mesh
70
100
STR2
2" FPT
20 mesh
110
140
STR2-1/2
2-1/2" FPT
20 mesh
140
190
STR3
3" FPT
20 mesh
180
260
STR4
4" FPT
20 mesh
300
420
Note: Please contact Aurora Applications Engineering ([email protected]) for higher working
pressure models or stainless steel versions.
Zinc Anode:
A zinc anode is required for all APSMO models used in swimming
pools with electronic chlorinators and for ALL applications where
galvanic corrosion is possible. A zinc anode is not provided with
APSMO fluid-to-fluid models.
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Model
Female Pipe
Connection
ANODE 3/8
3/8" FPT
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BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Replacement Heat Exchangers
Model AP –
For Replacement Heat Exchangers.
There are two simple ways to select a Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger
to replace a Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger. Both methods provide
exact or improved performance selection.
Method A. Heat Transfer Surface Method.
This method uses a near exact way of matching the heat transfer
surface area of the heat exchanger, which defines the nominal
performance of the unit. Because Brazed Plate units perform
20%-80% better than Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers on a heat
transfer surface basis, a 20%-80% safety factor is embedded in
this method. This approach works for almost any type of fluidto-fluid and steam-to-fluid heat exchangers.
Step 1: Count the number of tubes in the Shell & Tube Heat
Exchanger. # of tubes = ______
Step 2: Measure the external diameter of the tube(s). OD
Diameter of bare tube is: (.25", .375", .5", .625", .75", .875" or
______). If the tubes have fins or protrusions, call your Aurora
Pump sales representative.
Step 3: Measure the length of the tube(s) from end sheet to
end sheet. Length of tubes = ______ inches. If U-tube bundle,
use overall length of U-tube bundle.
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Step 4:Multiply:
#Tubes____ x Diameter of tube_____(inches) x 3.14 x Tube
Length_____(inches) x .0069 (ft2/in2) x 1.2 Safety factor =
______Sq. Feet of Heat Transfer Surface
Step 5: Select the corresponding Brazed Plate model based on
the Sq. Feet column above.
Step 6: Installation – The fluid pressure drop of the new
installation must closely match (+/- 20%) that of the former
Shell & Tube installation so that the pump performance and
fluid flow remain the same. Make sure bypass/balancing valves
are installed on all fluid circuits to the heat exchanger (boiler
and secondary side while excluding steam lines). Adjust for
proper pressure drop across the heat exchanger, which should
match the pressure drop across the (former) Shell & Tube heat
exchanger.
H
LENGT es)
c
n
i h
(_____
Tube Diameter
(_____ inch)
_____ # of Tubes
BRAZED PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Replacement Heat Exchangers
Method B. Design Condition Method.
The standard design and selection method of a heat exchanger
is based on “Design Conditions.” This heat exchanger can either
be selected from one of the charts in the A-01-20-1000-1080
Selection Data pages or computer selected. The following
information is required for a computer selection:
Hot Side A
Fluid
Temperature In
Temperature Out
Flow Rate
Fouling Factor
Pressure Drop
________(Water, or, %Glycol, or Fluid Type)
________˚F (or ˚C)
________˚F (or ˚C)
________GPM (or L/min)
(.0001 standard) Maximum Allowable
________psig
Cold Side B
Fluid
________(Water, or, %Glycol, or Fluid Type)
Temperature In ________˚F (or ˚C)
Temperature Out ________˚F (or ˚C)
Flow Rate
________GPM (or L/min)
Fouling Factor (.0001 standard) Maximum Allowable
Pressure Drop ________psig
Total Heat Transfer__________________BTUH (or KW)
Hydronic Models
(AP4H)
Square Feet
Surface
Hydronic Models
(AP57H)
Sq Feet
Surface
AP4H-8
2.3
AP57H-20
23.6
AP4H-10
3.1
AP57H-24
28.9
AP4H-12
3.8
AP57H-30
36.8
AP4H-14
4.6
AP57H-40
49.9
AP4H-16
5.4
AP57H-50
63.0
AP4H-20
6.9
AP57H-60
76.1
AP4H-24
8.4
AP57H-70
89.3
10.7
AP57H-80
102.4
10.7
AP57H-90
115.5
13.0
AP57H-100
128.6
14.6
AP57H-110
141.8
14.6
AP57H-120
154.9
18.4
AP57H-130
168.0
18.4
AP57H-140
181.1
AP4H-60
22.2
AP57H-150
194.3
AP4H-70
26.1
AP57H-160
207.4
AP4H-80
29.9
AP57H-170
220.5
AP57H-180
233.6
AP57H-190
246.8
AP57H-200
259.9
AP4H-30
AP4H-36
AP4H-40
AP4H-50
Note: For Steam, CuNi-Cupronickel and Brass Shell
& Tube Replacements, or Swimming Pool water
and installations with questionable water quality,
substitute Aurora Pump APSMO series for the AP
model number.
Note: The Brazed Plate unit will be 1/2 to 1/5 the size and weight of the Shell & Tube heat exchanger
while still offering the same performance and design conditions.
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