0013 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/6 HP Zoom

0013 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/6 HP

SKU:0013-F3

Brand: Taco

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$279.95
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Specs

Material: Cast Iron
Amperage:
?
2
Application: Heating
Voltage:
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115v
Max Pressure (PSI): 125 psi
Type: Pump
Horse Power:
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1/6
Connection Size: 3/4"
1-1/4"
1-1/2"
1"
Max Flow (GPM): 33
Flow Range (GPM): 0-33
Max Head (Ft): 33
Head Range (ft.): 0-33
Hertz: 60
Phase: 1
RPM: 3250
Temperature Range (F): 40° to 230°F
Connection Type: Flanged
Warranty: 3-Year Warranty

Description for Taco 0013-F3

Note: Full flange-to-flange three-year warranty on all 00 Series circulators.

Performance Data
Flow Range: 0-33 GPM
Head Range: 0-33 Feet
Minimum Fluid Temperature: 40+F (4+C)
Maximum Fluid Temperature: 230+F (110+C)
Maximum Working Pressure: 125 PSI
Connection Sizes: 3/4¯, 1¯, 1-1/4", 1-1/2" Flanged
The Taco 0013 is specifically designed for high head/high flow applications in Large Residential and Light Commercial systems. Ideal for high pressure drop Boilers, Fan Coil units, Heat Exchangers, larger Radiant systems, Heat Recovery and Geothermal systems. The Bronze 0013 should be used on open loop systems. The unique replaceable cartridge contains all of the moving parts and allows for easy service instead of replacing the entire circulator. Universal flange to flange dimensions and orientation allows the 0013 to easily replace other models. Compact, low power consumption design makes it ideal for high-efficiency jobs.
Features
Exclusive Anti-Condensate Baffle (ACB) with Ambient Air Flow-Protects motor windings against condensate buildup.
High Velocity Performance-Compact Design
Quiet, Efficient Operation
Unique Replaceable Cartridge Design-Field Serviceable
Direct Drive-Low Power Consumption
Self-Lubricating
No Mechanical Seal
Unmatched Reliability --Maintenance Free
Universal Flange-to-Flange Dimensions
Cast Iron or Bronze Construction
Typical Applications
High pressure drop Boilers
Fan Coil units
Heat Exchangers
larger Radiant systems
Heat Recovery
Geothermal systems

Replacement Parts List:
Casing O-Ring: 009-005RP
Flange Gasket Set: 007-007RP
Capacitor or PC Board: 0013-003RP
Cartridge Assembly Complete: 0013-007RP

0013 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/6 HP

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Taco0013 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/6 HP
 
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5.0

Plenty of Flow

By Johnny Hydronic

from Hayward, WI

Verified Buyer

Comments about 0013 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/6 HP:

I have found that most pumps are too small and do not deliver enough flow. This pump circulates water through the headers and in the 1/2 inch Pex in concrete floors with just the right flow. Do your flow calculations and you may find that this pump is the one you want. It is a little noisy because it is actually moving some water. Also, takes a little more support to mount because it is heavier.

 
5.0

Good Buy

By Gary the Skyhawk

from Fort Collins ,CO

Verified Buyer

Comments about 0013 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/6 HP:

Easy Install upgrade over smaller flange mounted pump

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    Q:

    Does it matter if this pump is installed vertical or horizontal?
    Asked on 9/2/2010 by Anonymous from Washington, DC

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      A:

      It is suggested that installation is done horizontally but it can be done vertically. If the unit is installed vertically then there must be at least 20 psi in the system and the unit can make a "kicking" sound.

      Answered on 9/3/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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      A:

      Has long as motor shaft is still horizontal

      Answered on 11/7/2010 by Gary the Skyhawk from Fort Collins ,CO
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