Circulator question

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Old 04-27-12, 12:16 PM
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Circulator question

Hi all I currently have an old Peerless boiler installed in 1986, It has gone south I have recieved 3 quotes from 3 different Heating contractors all three agree that the current boiler is oversized and that I only need a boiler with around 75,000 btu output. However my heating system is a gravity conversion, currently there is a bell and gosset series 100 1/12 hp curculator on the return side piping, one contractor said that the circulator should be on the supply side and he is replacing it with a taco 007, the other two say the bell and gosset is the only way to go. can anybody shed light on this?
 
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The Taco 007 will work well on your system. I believe you will save on electricity using the Taco 007 vs. the B&G 100.

I have a Grundfos that is comparable to the Taco 007 on my gravity converted system and it works well.
 
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taco, b n g, grundfoss = all good units
as long as your new circ pump is properly sized
 
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Taco says the 007 was designed as a direct replacement for that kind of B & G.

Installing a pump on the supply side can provide some additional benefits (see: Pumping Away).
 
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