EVAPORATOR PARTS & SUPPLIES

Scoops & Skimmers
Compact, square, stainless steel, perforated - for removing foam and other foreign matter from syrup pans, solder free.
67729220069

Compact square type, stainless steel, non-perforated scoop for dipping syrup out of pan.
6772922007

 

Arch/Pan Gasket - A flat rope gasket capable of enduring high temperatures reduces cold draft leakage under the pans.
 
  1/8" thick x 1" wide
606W100
per foot

 

  1/8" thick x 2" wide
606W300100
per foot
   

 

 
Hi-Temp "Form a Gasket" - A silicone caulking material in a 300ml tube. Withstands extreme temperatures up to 600º F. Great for use around smokestack flashings, or for adhering gasket material on air tight fire doors, etc.
 
60YYYCSL503
 
Ceramic Wool Blanket - To line oil or gas fired arches. Available in 2 densities to suit your requirements. Can easily be cut with a knife. Only comes 24" wide.
 
 
 
 
    6 lb. Density, 1" thick
60BKT16LB100
 
   
sq. ft.
     
    8 lb. Density, 1" thick
60BKT18LB100
 
   
sq. ft.
     
Ceramic Wool "M" Board - a high heat tolerant board to place along arch walls before bricking. Reduces stray heat loss and discolouration of Stainess Steel. Sold by the sheet, 24" x 36" x 1/2" thick. 60BK0012
Firebricks - 2" for lining evaporator arches; 1" for wood stoves.
    4 1/2" x 9" x 2"

 

FIRBRI

 

 
    4 1/2" x 9" x 1"
66869
 
    7" Diamond blade for circular saw to cut firebricks.
DIABLA
 
Firecement -
8 kg or 1 gallon premixed can (enough for 40 bricks)

 

66866

 

25 kg or 3 gallon premixed can (enough for 110 bricks)

668664

Vermiculite - To fill arch, an excellent insulator. 4 cu. ft. bag
VERMIC

 

PAN REPAIR SUPPLIES
Flux, special, essential for soldering pans, 16 oz. -- Please note, this item must be picked up in person or can only be shipped by Dicom (Ontario and Quebec only).  A Dangerous Goods surcharge of $26.00 is applied plus shipping cost.
Flux - essential for soldering.  Works on Stainless Steel or Tin.
SOLD OUT
 
   
Roll of Lead-Free Solder, 400 gr.
 

 
   

 

RUBBER INTERCONNECTION HOSE FOR PANS
1" I.D.
660100
ft.
1 1/8" I.D.
HOS118
ft.
1 1/4" I.D.
HOS125
ft.
1 3/8" I.D.
HOS138
ft.
1 1/2" I.D.
661225
ft.
1 3/4" I.D.
660175
ft.
1 7/8" I.D.
HOS178
ft.
2" I.D.
HOS200
ft.
2 1/8" I.D.
HOS218
ft.
2 1/4" I.D.
662224
ft.
2 1/2" I.D.
HOS250
ft.

 MODERN EVAPORATOR FITTINGS

1 1/2" Stainless Steel hinged toggle clamp                     
60R13HC112
2" Stainless Steel hinged toggle clamp                                                                              
60R13HC2
1 1/2" Black Clamp gasket Buna for s/s quick connect.                            
HTCG15B 
1 1/2" White Silicone Clamp gasket Buna for s/s quick connect.
60GASKET112SILI
2" Clamp gasket, silicone for s/s quick connect.                                      
HTCG20B
2" White Silicone Clamp gasket Buna for s/s quick connect
60GASKET2SILI

            

 

 

 1 1/2" ss clamp end with 1" butt weld end                    SCF64B
 1 1/2" ss clamp end with 1" female pipe thread           SCF64F
 1 1/2" ss clamp end with 1" male pipe thread            SCF64M
 1 1/2" ss clamp end with 1 1/2" butt weld end                 SCF66B
 2" ss clamp end with 1 1/2" butt weld end                           SCF86B
 2" ss clamp end with 2" butt weld end                             SCF88B
 2" ss clamp end with 2" female pipe thread                   SCF88F
 2" ss clamp end with 2" male pipe thread             SCF88M 

    


 

FLOAT CONTROL
For the do-it-yourselfer. Make your own sap level control to feed your pans or tanks. Will  suit most applications. Brass construction. A very economical alternative to the models offered by evaporator manufacturers. 3/4" pipe thread, comes with valve, float arm, float.
FLO075

 

Sight Glass Tube -
    Glass, 5/8" diameter x 12" long
672170


 

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Last Updated:  April 2015