Buderus diassembly

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Old 09-21-08, 11:36 AM
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Buderus diassembly

Well I have the boiler but the weight and dimmension is over so looks like I will need to disasemble the boiler in to sections. Sealer between the sections doesn't look to be a problem but any other here would be appreciated.
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Old 09-21-08, 05:41 PM
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Don't even think about it. Separating the sections of a packaged boiler isn't something a homeowner should tackle. Many pros won't do it.
Are you saying the boiler will physically not fit thru an opening even with the jacket & front door removed?
 
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Got it in thanks, took a little wiggle here and there but it's in.
The Buderus BTW comes with out the jacket and door and for a four section boiler it weighs in about 350 or more, shipping weight was 394. I really didn't want to get into taking this thing apart so I reverted back to my Copelmatic compressor days and overcame the reallity, LOL.
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BTW any one ever bought from PEX supply, pumps , controls etc?
 
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As you well know sometimes it takes a bit of improvising. I ordered a Crown CT4 one time & asked that it be split. What a job getting the sections back together. Not something I want to do again anytime soon, if ever. Glad you got it in without having to resort to disassembly.
 
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The only one I can remember some people dealing with is Patriot Supply. I know there were a couple of others but don't remember their names. I have heard good things about Patriot.
 
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I just ordered a whole heating system from pexsupply. boiler pumps valves tekmar260 etc. They were great to deal with.
 
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