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New: Advantage Variable Speed Drives at Taco-HVAC.comThanks to a recent collaboration between Taco and Schneider Electric, a new line of variable speed drives is now available at www.taco-hvac.com.
These drives bring together Taco's proven pumping technology, Schneider Variable Frequency Drives and the drive packaging of Square D enclosures to provide advanced, user-friendly devices that add up to the industry's best overall pumping solution.
By matching these drives to the optimal output of your equipment you will improve up-time, reduce energy costs and increase your overall productivity.
Take a look at the S-Flex™ enclosed drive, for example. Available as a stock product from Taco, it was designed with input from HVAC consultants and contractors specifically to provide the most effective solution with the quickest payback in commercial pump applications.
The S-Flex features the Advantage 21 variable frequency drive coupled with your choice of 1 hp to 40 hp motor in 200V/230V, or 1 hp to 100 hp motor in 460V, plus bypasses and disconnects.Throughout the line, Advantage drives feature:
Homeowners often want to know what "payback" or return on investment they'll get from a new boiler. Well, in addition to a warm home and plenty of hot water, what can they expect? And what should they expect?
John Barba gives his personal take on this question in a recent post on John Barba's FloPro blog. How does the "investment" in a new boiler compare to hiding the money in the mattress, putting it in a savings account, or plunking it down in the stock market?
John's answers may surprise you. They're sure to entertain you and make you think. Read "Oil, Wind & Fire" on Barba's FloPro blog now, then let him know what you think.HVAC Pros Ask...
Question: How to I correctly mount a Taco "00" Series Cartridge Circulator?
Answer: When we speak of mounting, we are referring to the motor or motor shaft part of the pump. This motor part should be in a horizontal position (parallel with the floor), with the capacitor box on top or either side but never under the motor. You can mount the motor in a vertical position (with the end of the motor facing up to the ceiling), as long as you have more than 20 psi in your system.
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