Flat Plate Heat Exchangers , fittings, Insulation box

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Postby Welder » Sat Apr 05, 2008 12:47 am

I just recieved the HE yesterday! Very nice!
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Postby BMW Fan » Sat Apr 05, 2008 9:22 am

Good to know that you are happy, Jeff.

Just in case you are looking for a heated Filter, hand primer pump and a Baldwin Filter BF 587-D included. Price : $ 139.00
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Postby Welder » Wed Apr 09, 2008 4:51 am

Very cool, Klaus!

If I weren't designing my own filter, I'd buy that one fast.
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Postby BMW Fan » Wed Apr 09, 2008 6:24 am

It is possible to add a 300 WATT PTC- regulated electrical heater.
Or two if wanted ....but watch for your alternator.
300 Watt = app. 25 ampere
Pictures show the structure of the flow path.

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Postby VegMeister » Sat Jun 14, 2008 4:33 pm

Welder wrote:I got a great deal off E-Bay, but the ports were threaded MALE and required male-to-female intermediate fittings before the actual hosebarb fittings were installed. Because I chose stainless, I paid through the nose...

Anyway, I wound up with 3 FPHEs that had fittings that cost almost half of what the HEs cost. The intermediate fittings were reasonably priced, but because they were relatively rare reducers and intended to match two different pipe sizes, they cost significantly more than if I had just bought your female ported HEs in the first place. At least 6 of the 12 ports were able to be made female with commonly available cheaper pipe couplings, so that lessened the pain a bit.


What? He sells a female ported FPHE? I ordered it and got the male... ah well. Hey BMWFan can you tell me what kind of fittings are on your FPHE? I tried screwing a 3/4" female NPT on there (I just assumed it was NPT) and soon realized it was NOT the right threads :S
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Postby BMW Fan » Sat Jun 14, 2008 7:46 pm

Hi VegMeister,

please help me out I have a difficult time to understand your problem.

You ordered and got the complete pack
FPHE, 90 degree fittings, Insulation box

What is the connection to Welders post ?
I am not selling my fittings separate.

Pictures showing every detail of the set are on page 1.

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Postby VegMeister » Mon Jun 16, 2008 8:55 am

BMW Fan,

There is no problem with your product, all the fittings are just fine. However, I'm curious what kind of fittings the 3/4 and 1/2" male pipe fittings are... perhaps they are NTP but I think I'm going to have to re-tap the stupid NTP female fittings I have... maybe that's what I get for buying some crappy made in USA fittings? I do know the quality of fittings down here in the states has been going down since I moved here.
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Postby BMW Fan » Mon Jun 16, 2008 6:45 pm

Threads are 3/4 and 1/2 ISO

for comparison http://mdmetric.com/tech/thdform3.htm

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Postby BMW Fan » Fri Jul 04, 2008 12:01 pm

Question to the audience :

I got criticized because I’m showing prices separate for FPHE, Swiffel Connectors and Insulation Box on my web page and in this add.

But, I am selling only as a package at a very low price ( package $ 111.50 )

I thought that would allow people to compare and allow to make their decision easy.

Selling my Insulation Box and the swiffel connectors alone at such a low price would be stupid and not cover cost.
Shall I change it to a package price? Any idea, any thought would be appreciated

Thanks

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Postby coachgeo » Fri Sep 26, 2008 2:28 pm

BMW Fan wrote:Question to the audience :

I got criticized because I’m showing prices separate for FPHE, Swiffel Connectors and Insulation Box on my web page and in this add.

But, I am selling only as a package at a very low price ( package $ 111.50 )

I thought that would allow people to compare and allow to make their decision easy.

Selling my Insulation Box and the swiffel connectors alone at such a low price would be stupid and not cover cost.
Shall I change it to a package price? Any idea, any thought would be appreciated...
http://www.crawldog.com/klausold/
Haave not been to your site so this may be irrelevant.... that and this is an old thread

IMHO I would list the price of each item at an estimation of the over the counter price at local stores as well as the Over the Counter price for FPHE and cover...... then show the price of your "discounted" package.

Make sure it is well marked that your list of item cost is a SAMPLE ONLY and is there only to show the cost savings of buying your package deal.
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Postby BMW Fan » Mon Feb 16, 2009 4:20 pm

New offer !

20 plate FPHE, copper brazed with 1/2 and 3/4 NPT threads
and swiffel connectors ending in 10 mm barb for 3/8 fuel hose
and 15 mm for 1/2 water hose.
Swiffel connectors are very solid and nickel plated

Dimensions are : L= 19 cm W= 7.2 cm H= 5 cm

Price CND $ 100.00 see pictures
Payment via Paypal

Please contact klausold@yahoo.de to order


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Postby BMW Fan » Wed Mar 18, 2009 10:30 am

Thanks for the message.
Please turn to page 2 for my new offer and scroll down.

http://www.burnveg.com/forum/about78-15.html

I am sorry for the inconvenience and will put a note on page 1, too.

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Postby coachgeo » Wed Apr 15, 2009 1:32 am

Tit for tat, bickering, and other stuff mucking up this thread has been moved HERE and locked.
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