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  • How To: Size Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers

    WesPac® Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers feature specially constructed heat transfer plates that are bonded together with brazing material to produce an incredibly strong, compact vessel. Rather than using an adjustable design with replaceable plates like the WesPlate®, these brazed plate heat exchangers cannot be modified, so correctly sizing a unit is very important. Fortunately, Wessels […] Read more →

  • September Employee Spotlight

    Patrick Endris has been a part of the Wessels Company family for over 18 years and is currently our Production Manager. Patrick attended Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana. He enjoys hiking, being in nature and being near the ocean.  He dislikes rude people and drama.  In his personal time Patrick spends time with and takes […] Read more →

  • How To: Size Well Water and Pressure Booster Tanks

    The correct size for most well water and pressure booster tanks (also called hydropneumatics tanks) can be calculated by simply answering two questions: how much water do you need to store and what is the range of the pressures allowable for the water (minimum and maximum pressures)? The amount of water stored in a vessel […] Read more →