One of our goals for www.taco-hvac.com is to help you find the support and information you need to work smarter, more efficiently, not harder.
Greater efficiency means finding good solutions to the design, application and installation challenges you face more quickly, with fewer errors. The result: Higher quality and satisfied customers.
One example of higher efficiency in Taco products is the innovative use of PALL ring technology in our 4900 Series Air Separators. Although the technology has been proven in many process applications, Taco was the first to use it in the HVAC industry to make a more efficient product.
Another case in point is our Wiring Guide Wizard. Hand in hand with our line of radiant system products, the Wizard speeds and simplifies what can be the tricky and time-consuming job of wiring Radiant Systems to make your jobs simpler, faster, more flexible and better. See for yourself, below.
New 4900 Series Air Separators Brochure
Our 4900 Series Air Separators save money and lengthen the life of system pumps, piping and components by clearing the system of microbubbles, sand, dirt and rust. This 20-page catalog includes:
Details of Taco's unique application of proven PALL ring technology in hydronic air separation
Information on low-velocity and high-velocity models in both the 4900-A Series for air removal only, and the 4900-D Series for air and dirt removal from any hydronic heating or chilled water system.
Detailed tabulation drawings illustrating the range of units in both standard design and those utilizing optional, removable cover and removable Pall ring basket assembly
Question: I have a 007 Pump that came with two circular gaskets. I was told to install it with the gasket in the groove of the pump, and to use a second, larger gasket which is in the shape of the flange, on top of it. Is this correct?
Answer: If you are mating with a flat pipe pump flange, we recommend using just the square, cross-section o-rings in the groove of the pump flange. If you are using our shut-off flanges, use the o-ring and the flat gasket that comes with the flanges.