Load Match® Circulator
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Taco LoadMatch® series circulators are designed for quiet, efficient operation on LoadMatch® fan coil heating & cooling systems.
Each circulator includes a removable Integral Flow Check (IFC)™ to prevent gravity flow and reduce installation costs. An anti-condensate
baffle prevents the build up of condensate on the motor windings when pumping chilled water. The unique, field serviceable cartridge contains
all moving parts. Replacing the cartridge rebuilds the circulator. With no mechanical seal, the self-lubricating, maintenance-free design provides
Furnish and install in-line wet rotor circulator as shown on the plans. Circulator shall be Taco
Load-Match® circulator or approved equal.
The circulator shall be repairable in-line without removal of the circulator from the piping, using a stainless steel replaceable cartridge.
Cartridge shall be water lubricated and require no maintenance by incorporating no seals, couplers or bearing assembly. The circulator shall incorporate a removable integral spring-loaded flow check (IFC) to eliminate fluid circulation when the pump is off. The circulator shall incorporate an integral anti-condensate baffle to eliminate condensation on the motor housing when chilled water at 40°F. Circulator shall be rated for 200psi working pressure.
U.S. DOE to Spend More than $467 millionThe DOE will offer funding for:
On Geothermal, Solar Projects
Both commercial and residential hydronics professionals stand to benefit from more than $467 million the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will spend to promote geothermal and solar energy projects.
The most likely direct benefit may come from the $50 million that DOE will offer to accelerate the deployment of geothermal or ground-source heat pumps (such as used in the Taco LoadMatch® case study, below).
cost-shared technology demonstration projects that provide a minimum of 50 tons of heating and cooling capacity life-cycle cost tools that will help evaluate the feasibility of geothermal heat pumps the creation of a national certification and accreditation program for the geothermal heat pump industry to build consumer confidence, enhance product performance and reduce the potential for improperly installed systems.
DOE also will offer $350 million for geothermal energy resource assessments, innovative exploration techniques, demonstration projects, R&D and demonstrations of enhanced geothermal systems technology.
Some $117 million will be devoted to developing a broad range of solar technologies and overcoming non-technical barriers to the deployment of solar technologies, including the shortage of trained installers.
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