0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP Zoom

0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP

SKU:0010-F3-1IFC

Brand: Taco

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Specs

Material: Cast Iron
Amperage:
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1.1
Application: Heating
Voltage:
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115v
Max Pressure (PSI): 125 psi
Type: Pump
Horse Power:
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1/8
Connection Size: 1-1/4"
3/4"
1-1/2"
1"
Flow Range (GPM): 0-30
Max Flow (GPM): 30
Head Range (ft.): 0-9
Max Head (Ft): 9
Hertz: 60
Phase: 1
RPM: 3250
Temperature Range (F): 40° to 230°F
Connection Type: Flanged
Warranty: 3-Year Warranty

Description for Taco 0010-F3-1IFC

Cast Iron Taco 0010-F3-1IFC Circulator Pump with an Integral Flow Check (IFC) is designed to reduce installation costs when using Taco 0010 circulators. The bulit-in IFC increases the flow performance when compared to regular in-line check valve. Taco 0010-F3-1IFC model can be used for medium head, medium/higher flow residential or light commercial applications such as hydronic heating, radiant floor heating, and hydro-air fan coils. Both the IFC (Integral Flow Check) and circulator pump cartridge are easily accessed for service and eliminate the need for replacing the entire unit.

Applications:

  • Hydronic Heating/Cooling
  • Radiant Heating
  • Zoning with Pumps
  • Hydro-Air Fan Coils

Features:
  • Integral Flow check (IFC) Patent #5,664,939
  • Prevents gravity flow
  • Eliminates separate in-line flow check
  • Reduces installed cost, easy to service
  • Improved performance vs. In-line flow checks
  • Unique replaceable cartridge-Field serviceable
  • Unmatched reliability-Maintenance free
  • Quiet, efficient operation
  • Direct drive-Low power consumption
  • Self lubricating, No mechanical seal
  • Standard high capacity output-Compact design
  • Wide range of applications
  • Cast Iron or Bronze construction, Flanged connections


Replacement Parts List:
Casing O-Ring: 0010-008RP
Flange Gasket Set: 007-007RP
Capacitor or PC Board: 009-018RP
Cartridge Assembly Complete: 0010-021RP
Valve Addembly Trans/Relay: 0012-021RP

0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP

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Taco0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP
 
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5.0

Replaced existing B&G pump

By Mstrmac

from York PA

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Comments about 0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP:

My leaking ancient B&G 1/12 HP, Series 100 NFI Circulator Pump was replaced by this 0010 Taco pump because it matched the specs closely. I have a simple two loop system in my rancher. Used the Gaskets supplied and this 0010 Taco fit nicely onto the existing flanges. I removed the IFC, there is no need for it in a one zone system. Quieter, no oil and less electricity so they say.

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5.0

I would buy this product again

By Ray the heating guy

from Taos, nm

Verified Buyer

Comments about 0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP:

this pump has been reliable year after year of heating. Is reliable and if it has any problems the replacement is easy

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great replacement.

By Cubanpete

from Royal Oak, MI

Verified Buyer

Comments about 0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP:

Replaced a Taco 007 with this one. It made my hydronic floor system work better.

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  • 0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP

    Q:

    Do the flanges use O-rings as a seal? If so are they provided with the circulator?
    Asked on 9/25/2012 by Dan

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes the rings are provided with the circulator. Steve

      Answered on 9/25/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The flange O rings were always with the Taco pumps that I have got from Pex Supply.

      Answered on 9/27/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes and yes
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 9/29/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The pump comes with two O-rings. Jon

      Answered on 10/19/2012 by Anonymous
  • 0010 Cast Iron Circulator with Integral Flow Check, 1/8 HP

    Q:

    what is the "head range" spec mean? is that the height difference from pump to highest point it is pumping to?
    Asked on 7/31/2012 by The Hammer

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      My head range is over 32 feet, circle the hot water
      To supply water air handlers and sinks and
      Showers. No problem with pressure.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 7/31/2012 by Anonymous
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      All circulator pumps have a maximum flow rate depending on the resistance in the pipes, or "head pressure." The higher the head pressure, the lower the possible flow. As you can see on the pump curve chart at the link below, the circulator will no longer be able to provide flow once head pressure reaches 9 feet. It can move 16 gallons per minute at 6 feet of head. Head pressure has very little to do with the height of the piping in the system.

      http://s3.pexsupply.com/manuals/1249544537780/101-085.pdf

      Answered on 8/17/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • A:

      Well, it depends on whether it is an open system or closed system. The previous answer is correct for a closed system which this pump is used. If you have a 4 story house will this pump move water to the top floor (32')? Yes, as long as the resistance in feet of head in the pipes, fittings, etc. are within the pump curve. The greater the Head the less the flow. Determine flow first then figure your pressure loss (resistance to flow, measured in Feet of Head) of your circuit from the output to the input of the pump, then choose your pump that will satisfy your flow based on the calculated Head loss. Water pumping up to 32' is balanced by water falling down from 32' in a closed system. The pump curve is based on water at 60 degrees, a specific gravity of 1. Anti-freeze decreases the pump's efficiency.

      Answered on 9/2/2012 by Homer from Nevada
    • A:

      "Feet of Head" is a difficult term for some to understand. It is just a measurement, just as yards, miles/gals. and P.S.I. are measurements. 9.3 feet of head is the same as saying 4 P.S.I. At sea level 1 psi will raise water in a column 28". 28" divided by 12"= 2.33 feet of head. 1psi = 2.33'/hd. '/hd is just a finer measurement than psi. Pipes and fittings have a resistance to flow, called "pressure loss" "friction loss" "head loss", etc. This is the loss due to friction in psi or '/head in pushing water thru a pipe and fittings. This is the loss that the pump must over come before it can pump any water thru the pipe. Gallons of water per minute (flow) is related to pressure. It takes more pressure to pump 10 gpm thru a 3/4" pipe than 1 gpm. This is why you need to know (flow desired) and (friction loss in the sys. piping) to pick the right pump. Multi-speed pumps give you more choices in getting it correct. Gpm and '/Hd needed should fall in the middle 1/3 of the pump curve.

      Answered on 9/16/2012 by Homer from Nevada
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