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Thread: Laars Lite LLD (From ~1997 to 2000) Heat Exchanger Material

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    Laars Lite LLD (From ~1997 to 2000) Heat Exchanger Material

    I have a very rusted Laars Lite LLD heater that is nearing a trip to the scrap yard. I pulled the heat exchanger out the other day and saw green (Literally and figuratively)

    Does anyone have a spec sheet that shows the percent copper in the exchanger?

    Here is the model - > http://www.poolcenter.com/parts_heaters ... olstor.htm
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    Re: Laars Lite LLD (From ~1997 to 2000) Heat Exchanger Mater

    I've never seen anything from a manufacturer that tells what % of copper is in the unit. What are you trying to get at with regards to this question?
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    Re: Laars Lite LLD (From ~1997 to 2000) Heat Exchanger Mater

    Quote Originally Posted by ps0303
    I've never seen anything from a manufacturer that tells what % of copper is in the unit. What are you trying to get at with regards to this question?

    I am bringing the unit to the scrap yard, and there are various payment levels depending on the copper content of the material. I was hoping to have it to negotiate a higher price
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    Re: Laars Lite LLD (From ~1997 to 2000) Heat Exchanger Mater

    It's considered #2 copper. The # refers to how clean it is. So #1 would be real clean and shinny and #2 is dirty. You would need to cut the copper off of the headers, ends, or they will give you even less.
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