B&G 100 series died, is there a specific Taco 007 I should replace it with?

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Old 01-21-16, 04:02 AM
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B&G 100 series died, is there a specific Taco 007 I should replace it with?

Lurking around the forum, I keep seeing people saying it's a good idea to replace the B&G's with a new Taco 007 instead of trying to repair the B&G.

My front end has seized on my B&G and the coupler is broken.

My current pump is a B&G 100 series (106189); I have a small home, only one zone. Is there a specific model of Taco I should look for?

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Old 01-21-16, 06:24 AM
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Taco 0010 is close to the B&G in terms of flow.
Taco 007 falls short on flow, but has the head requirements (and then some).

There is not enough info to help select the correct circ.
How big is the boiler, and what type.
What kinda of heat emmitters ? copper fin, cast iron etc. how many?
Describe the piping for the system, is it copper. Steel pipe ?
 
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Small home, single zone......if a 007 circ can't do that, there has gotta be something wrong.

All kidding aside, I bet I changed out 'bout a hundred B&G 100's over to 007, no issues whatsoever.
 
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