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1/25 HP Cast Iron Circulator Pump

$84.48 /each
  • Most popular circulator in the US
  • Standard 63/8" Flange to Flange dimention
  • Compatable with 3/4",1",114"&11/2" standard circulator flanges

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The Taco Circulator Pump is designed for quiet, efficient operation. It features a self-lubricating, maintenance-free design that makes it ideal for a wide range of applications. This item is for use only in non-potable (non-human consumption) water applications.

  • Hydronic circulator for a heating application
  • Field-serviceable cartridge design
  • Designed for quiet, reliable, efficient operation
  • Self-lubricating, maintenance-free design and flow characteristics make it ideal for a wide range of applications
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How many watts does it draw?

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.74 Amps. The web address for the submittal sheet is as follows if you need further information.
http://www.taco-hvac.com/uploads/FileLibrary/101-029.pdf
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March 2, 2016
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The pump label shows 115v @ 0.71A. Multiplying those together gives 81.65W.
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Does it come with gaskets ?

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February 6, 2016
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Yes, the pump does come with gaskets.
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Taco circulator gaskets do come with gaskets, However it is worth noting many contractors have gasket preferences and choose to use full face gaskets instead of the ones provided. Home Depot sells them under internet SKU 202277432 If you put that number in the search block they will come up
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Should this be installed on boiler supply side or return?

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Great question. Traditionally circulators were installed on the return. The thinking being that the water was cooler when returning to the boiler; thus the pump would run cooler and the oil lubricated circulation pumps would last longer. With the advent of water lubricated pumps, this benefit was no longer relevant. Most new systems have them on the feed. The reason being these pumps don’t push they Read More
Great question. Traditionally circulators were installed on the return. The thinking being that the water was cooler when returning to the boiler; thus the pump would run cooler and the oil lubricated circulation pumps would last longer. With the advent of water lubricated pumps, this benefit was no longer relevant. Most new systems have them on the feed. The reason being these pumps don’t push they pull. So the pipe behind the pump becomes the point of no pressure. By having the point of no pressure as close to the air scoop as possible will help it remove air better. Air is the biggest reason why systems lose flow. With all that said, my suggestion would be this. If you are doing a brand new system put them on the feed. If you’re working on or adding to an older system where there on the return; leave them there. And if you have further questions please feel free to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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Circulator pumps are installed on the return side of the hydronic heating system. The cooler water returning to the boiler. Make sure you install the pump with the water flow following the direction arrow on the pump
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Need to Replace a 008-BF6 cartridge, do you carry those or just the entire assembly like this one?

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The replacement cartridge for that pump is a Taco 008045RP Home Depot does not have that item on there web site but a store can special order it for you. FYI that pump is no longer made in bronze. It is now a 008SF which is stainless steel. In most cases the cartridge is almost the same cost as the pump. But in this case because its for potable water you will save a lot of money by just doing the Read More
The replacement cartridge for that pump is a Taco 008045RP Home Depot does not have that item on there web site but a store can special order it for you. FYI that pump is no longer made in bronze. It is now a 008SF which is stainless steel. In most cases the cartridge is almost the same cost as the pump. But in this case because its for potable water you will save a lot of money by just doing the cartridge replacement. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The standard pump of the industry, have used TACO pumps for 50 years. This pump was a complete pump that will fit many instances in my hot water system. TACO is the best because you can just replace the motor insert in most cases, not the whole pump. The "field" windings stay in the motor enclosure and the "pump - armature" are replaced separately with no wiring involved. 4 screws and you are done. June 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Doing its job My B&G pump (original I think) began a slow leak so I initially looked into replacing the guts of that device, but after finding this at Home Depot for around $75 there were virtually no cost savings, so I decided to go with this one. Easy install and you only need the gaskets that come with the device if you are replacing another unit April 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Works well but only lasts one or two years. Quality has gone down with these. Works well but only lasts one or two years. Quality has gone down with these. Also, HD doesn't sell the replacement cartridge. Wish they would since I have about 3 or 4 of these that are dead in the basement. February 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Taco 007f5 - Easy Installation After 18 years of use, the original Taco 007f5 circulator pump on our furnace quit. It resumed running when gently tapped. Fearing the worst, I picked up this replacement at Home Depot, but didn't immediately install it as it was so cold out, and I wanted to avoid problems during that time. Sure enough, 2 hours before the Superbowl the original pump quit. Fortunately, there were shuts offs leading into and out of the pump. With the breaker and valves turned off, 4 bolts and two wires later, I was back in business. There were even two new o-rings included. The only problem was that I had to take the new motor off of it's mounting and rotate is 180 degrees to fit my application. A you tube video showed this process, and I experimented on the old one first. Perfect fit and an easy job. February 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by In The Middle of Winter In the middle of winter my old 300lb 1/2 HP circulator burns out. I replace it with this Evco 1/25 hp ,water cooled unit. It was easy to install, purged the system and was up and running in no time! Price was also competitive. Friendly online pickup too. April 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by THE BEST PUMP I REPLACED TWO OF THEM IN 30 YEARS. THE ONLY THING IS YOU CAN'T BUY THE REPLACEMENT MOTOR YOU NEED TO PUT THE WHOLE PUMP ON January 20, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't last long Two years ago, I bought this pump as a replacement for a pump that ran for 17 years. It failed already. It is not worth the cost. November 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works well, quiet The old one had run 15+ years(do not know any other history as I did not own the house), I replaced it with the same model and am up and running instantly. Hopefully this new one lasts as long as the same, older model! So far so good! It is actually a lot quieter than the old version, I had to place my hand on the housing to ensure it was running and it was. Very pleased. February 2, 2013
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