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Taco Now Has Seven Pumps Lines & Three Related Equipment Lines Available as Revit® (.rfa) Family Files

At the AHR Expo, Orlando, FL, January 25-27, 2010 - Taco, Inc. has added another commercial pump line and three related commercial product lines as Revit® (.rfa) family files.

In addition to Taco’s GT Series Pumps, the company has added its 4900 Series Air-Dirt Separator, its patented 5900 Series FlexBalance Air Separator, and its Multi-Purpose Valves (MPV).

With these four new additions, Taco now has a total of seven pump lines and three associated equipment lines available as Revit (.rfa) family files for the use of design engineers and building construction professionals.

The files are accessible at www.taco-hvac.com/revit.html or at http://seek.autodesk.com.

The complete list (to date) of available Taco Revit family files is as follows:
  • FI Series - Base Mounted Split-Coupled End Suction Pumps
  • CI Series - Close-Coupled End Suction Pumps
  • KS Series - Vertical Split-Coupled Inline Pumps
  • KV Series - Vertical Close-Coupled Inline Pumps
  • TA Series - Horizontal Split Case Pumps
  • GT Series - Horizontal Split Case Pumps
  • TC Series - Vertical Split Case Pumps
  • 4900 Series - Air-Dirt Separators
  • 5900 Series - FlexBalance Air Separators
  • Multi-Purpose Valves (MPV)

In addition to Revit (.rfa) file format, AutoCAD 2D (.dwg) and AutoCAD 3D (.dwg) formats are also available.

All seven pump lines are ideal for use in HVAC and industrial applications such as heating, air conditioning, pressure boosting, cooling water transfer and water supply. They meet the latest standards for hydraulic performance and dimensional characteristics, and have been designed for ease of installation and maintenance.

Taco launched its Revit (.rfa) file formats in late August 2009 and the company intends to have all of its commercial products available as Revit Family design files this year.

Autodesk® Seek ( http://seek.autodesk.com) allows design engineers to search specifically for the building product design files they need - in the form of 3D models, 2D drawings, visual images and part and product specification data. The service includes access to existing content from Autodesk applications and building product manufacturers into a single, unified search experience when using the BIM (Building Information Modeling) process.

Autodesk is a registered trademark of Autodesk, Inc. in the USA and/or other countries.

Click here to learn more.