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2′ × 6′ Corsair Evaporator w/Drop Flue Pan Set

From: $4,850.00

STANDARD FEATURES:

Pan Set (One Flue Pan and One Finishing Pan)

  • Continuous flow
  • High output (Raised Flue = 11 Flues OR Drop Flue = 10 Drop Flues)
  • 22 ga stainless steel for superior heat transfer
  • Strong, contoured top profile with full-length handles
  • Fully TIG welded with limited lifetime guarantee. NEVER soldered.
  • Draw-off boxes
  • Drain manifold (This feature is applicable to Drop Flue Pans only. The Raise Flue Pans drain completely because their flues are open-ended.)

Float Box(es)

Both the Drop Flue and Raised Flue Pan Sets include an inlet float box. Raised Flue Pan Sets also include a transfer float box to regulate depths between the flue pan and front pan. Sight Glasses are sold separately.

Tools for Maintaining Sap Depth

Arch

  • Strong, reliable steel frame
  • Large airtight loading door
  • Large combustion chamber
  • Both Natural Draft and Forced Draft available
  • Natural Draft option includes a perforated knock out and mounting studs to accommodate a future Forced Air Kit if ever desired
  • Forced Draft option comes with a pre-mounted Blower and Domed Cast Iron Grates

The Corsair comes with an air-tight front loading door.

Base Stack and Stack Pipe

  • Galvanized Steel construction unless upgraded to Mirror Finish Stainless Steel
  • Amount of stack pipe is always double the length of the evaporator. Maximum = 12′

Gaskets

  • Gasket for underneath the pans
  • Gasket for between the Finishing Pan and Flue Pan
  • Gasket for behind the Flue Pan

Rail Gasket - 50 feet long x 2 inches wide

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Description

The arch on the Corsair evaporator is a revolutionary design, fully convertible from conventional draft to forced draft in an instant. The airtight front gives you a critical advantage in efficiency and performance whether you’re running the forced air kit or if you choose to keep things simple with natural aspiration. 

If the arch is ordered with forced draft, the grates will be the appropriate domed cast iron type and the blower will come mounted and ready to plug in. If the arch is ordered as a conventional draft, there will be a perforated knock out and mounting studs at the rear to accommodate a future forced air kit. If the time comes where you need more performance, just remove the knock out, mount the blower and replace the steel grates with the perforated domed cast iron grates.

The large loading door nicely compliments the large combustion chamber. Being fully airtight, this door will ensure that no cold air will be pulled along the pan, negatively effecting evaporation rate and efficiency. 

The Corsair arch is fully steel framed. The entire perimeter is built as strong as possible, giving you confidence when filling the pans above it with your precious liquid and igniting an intense fire inside it. Additionally, the arch will fit the geometry of whatever pan set you plan to use on it, forcing the pan to take full advantage of the heat created within. The nice, big firebox is 24″ x 32″ x 25.5″.

The pans are the very ones that we are known for. They are extremely high output, containing 11 raised flues or 10 drop flues. We use high grade 22ga stainless steel in the construction of all of our pan sets to enable more efficient heat transfer from the fire to the sap. There are no features missing from these pans. Each set comes with state-of-the-art float boxes, draw-off boxes, drain manifolds (applicable to drop flue pans) and a very strong structured top profile. The dividers in the syrup pan are formed right into the pan making a water tight seal and an exceptionally strong floor. (The dividers are not welded in after the fact.)

To insulate and brick the Corsair Arch, see our handy Installation Guide which includes templates, photos and diagrams.

Additional information

Number of Taps

250 – 550 Taps

1 review for 2′ × 6′ Corsair Evaporator w/Drop Flue Pan Set

  1. C. Steinfeldt, Wisconsin

    I cooked my first batch of sap yesterday with the evaporator, and it worked great.

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