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We've Added More Documents to the Taco File Library

Full documentation of Taco's line of Vertical Turbine Pumps is among the support materials we've recently added to the Taco File Library at TACO-HVAC.com.

New documents available to view online or download include:
Click on any of the listings above to view or download the document. Or for more information click:
Vertical Turbine Pumps
The D'MAND System

Taco Earns U.S. Labor Department Health and Safety Certification
Taco has received the SHARP (Safety & Health Achievement Program) certification award granted by the U.S. Department of Labor in conjunction with the Rhode Island Dept. of Health and the RI OSHA Consultation Program. SHARP certification is granted to companies which operate exemplary safety and health programs.

The certificate award was presented to company president and CEO John Hazen White, Jr. and assembled Taco employees in a recent ceremony.

To receive SHARP certification companies must meet specific safety and health requirements, including maintaining less than national average lost workday injury and illness rates, an in-place comprehensive safety and health program, and exemplary efforts in employee safety and health protection.

"SHARP certification tells the world that Taco is a safe workplace, and that Taco is a company that cares about the safety and health of its workers," said John Hazen White, Jr. in accepting the award.
Read the full story here.

HVAC Pros Ask...
Question: How do I run a system pump on a SR504/506 Switching Relay?

Answer: Leaving the jumper in between ZC and ZR, you can put the hot leg of the pump on the ZR terminal (tie neutral into neutral coming into the board). ZR (with jumper in) has a 120v output when any zone calls for heat.
For more information on Taco Switching Relays, click here.

You expect more from Taco, and you'll find everything you need, all the product information, documentation and Technical Support, at TACO-HVAC.com. I hope to see you there soon.

Thanks in advance for your interest.

Tim Smith