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Case Study
At Smoky Mountains Convention Center
Taco is the Clear Choice for Comfort

Since opening in the Fall of 2007, the Sevierville Event Center has drawn groups and events as disparate as the Universal Cheerleading Association and Bible study groups, a Corvette Expo and a knife show.

With a single-level convention center that boasts a 100,000-sq.-ft.-plus exhibit hall, a 19,000-sq.-ft, ballroom, a food court and additional space, the Event Center has accommodations for virtually any group. It also has a great climate controlled by a combination of York Shipley boilers, Trane chillers and controls, and Taco equipment that includes circulating pumps, air separators, suction diffusers, expansion tanks, and multi-purpose valves from Taco. The heating plant is powered by two 250 HP York Shipley…(Read the complete case study here.)

HVAC Pros Ask...
Question: I am using a 008-S7 pump in a solar heating system without flanges. What do I cross it to?

Your pump is a 008-V2 with viton o-rings. If you are now using water, you can buy a current day 008-F6. Unbolt the motor and cartridge assembly from the pump casing, throw the pump casing away and bolt the motor and cartridge to the old casing. If you are still using bray oil, you will need a viton o-ring for the casing, but you would still purchase a 008-F6. It is 1/25 HP.

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