I did end up calling a local contractor to hook up the desuperheater pump, and the drain valve. It looks fine with no visual damage on the out side. It was shipped on a wood pallet with Styrofoam corner blocks and rapped in plastic rap. I will let you know more if I find anything during installation. I am just letting yall know to close the loop.
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