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007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

SKU:007-F5

Brand: Taco

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Specs

Application: Zoning
Material: Cast Iron
Amperage:
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0.71
Voltage:
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115v
Max Pressure (PSI): 125 psi
Type: Pump
Horse Power:
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1/25
Connection Size: 1-1/2"
1"
3/4"
1-1/4"
Flow Range (GPM): 0-23
Max Flow (GPM): 23
Head Range (ft.): 0-10
Max Head (Ft): 10
Hertz: 60
Phase: 1
RPM: 3250
Temperature Range (F): 40°-240°F
Connection Type: Flanged
Warranty: 3-Year Warranty
Replaces: 007-F3
007-F4

Description for Taco 007-F5

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

The Taco 007 Residential Water Circulator Pump is designed for use in hydronic heating, chilled fresh water systems, and domestic water systems. The Taco 007-F5 pump is typically used in Residential Hydronic Heating Systems. Taco 007 residential hydronic circulators are available in cast iron or stainless steel (for potable water systems) construction with flanged connections.

The unique replaceable cartridge contains all the moving parts, and allows the circulator to be serviced instead of replacing the entire unit. The quieter direct drive cartridge type "00" series circulator is self lubricating, contains no mechanical seal, and requires no maintenance. This compact low power consumption design is ideal for those high efficiency jobs.

Replacement Parts List:
Casing O-Ring: 008-005RP
Flange Gasket Set: 007-007RP
Capacitor or PC Board: 007-002RP
Cartridge Assembly Complete: 007-042RP

Features:

  • Standard High Capacity Output 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 Construction


Typical Applications:
  • Hydronic Heating
  • Radiant Heating
  • Hydro-Air Fan Coils
  • Indirect Water Heating
  • Chilled Water Cooling
  • Domestic Water Systems

007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

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Taco007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP
 
4.7

(based on 179 reviews)

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    (25)

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          • Personal (21), Business (3)

        Most Liked Positive Review

         

        Best prices, [...]

        I bought this when my operational circulator started making noise. Before installing the new, I cleaned out the old cartridge as best I could with compressed air and water. Put it back in...Read complete review

        I bought this when my operational circulator started making noise. Before installing the new, I cleaned out the old cartridge as best I could with compressed air and water. Put it back in and its now quiet and still working fine. New one is on the shelf as a spare should any of my four ever fail but after 17 years they are still going strong.So I can't really review the one I bought but four similar ones are working fine after 17 years.Being a tightwad I compared prices on several sites and found Pex the best. [...]

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        Pump FAILED in less than 24 hours

        I received the pump late afternoon Tuesday Oct. 29 with normal shipping. I installed it that evening. I tested it. It ran. I got up at 5AM to catch a plane out...Read complete review

        I received the pump late afternoon Tuesday Oct. 29 with normal shipping. I installed it that evening. I tested it. It ran. I got up at 5AM to catch a plane out of town. It was still running when I left the house.
        My wife called a few days later to say the house was cold and she never heard the pump running. She said the motor was hot to the touch and the furnace was firing until it hit the high Temp shut off.
        I got home Nov. 16. I found the same symptoms. Then I loosened the piping bolts to be sure it was not bound or warped in the pipe flanges. I then took the pump out of the piping still wired. I can spin the impeller by poking it by hand. But the motor still will not spin the impeller. It is getting power when the flame is lit via the thermostat.
        NOW WHAT. I am leaving flying back out of town this Saturday (4 days from now) for a week. How do I make sure my plumbing pipes don't freeze while I am gone with a nonfunctioning furnace?

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        5.0

        Well made and durable

        By Iron Mike

        from Walpole MA

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

        I replaced this unit during a summer-time preventive maintenance project I recently performed on my boiler system. This is the third unit of this exact same make & type. The original unit had stopped working after twenty-one years of service, and the second unit was just replaced simply because the entire hydronic system was drained anyway, and not because there was anything wrong with the circulator.

         
        5.0

        good pump I replace every 6 years

        By Dave C

        from Smithfield Illinois

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

        I replace these pumps every 6 years to eliminate
        any problems during the winter. Yhe water will start to wear the plastic impeller and the bearings
        in the cartridge start to get dry. I am really happy with the service I get from these pumps and the service I get from Supplyhouse. Very Happy

         
        5.0

        Installed and workin great.

        By Cutter

        from Churchill TX

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

        Thought I had to buy new orings , but unit came with them.

         
        5.0

        Works and fits

        By Tmintz

        from Santa Fe, NM

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

        Hot woter recirculation to replace a pump that failed.

         
        5.0

        Just what I ordered

        By Working now

        from Western PA

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

        Exactly just what I needed.

         
        4.0

        Just a fine product!

        By dsfromtc

        from Traverse City, MI

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

        I replaced 4 taco cirrculator pumps simply because they were 13 years old. The replaced ones were still doing their jobs.

         
        4.0

        affordable and dependable

        By J.Dollar

        from Kent, Ohio

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

        Great little pump for my solar water heating system. Compact,dependable, energy smart, inexpensive.

         
        5.0

        Integrity

        By Arlo

        from Lawton, MI

        Verified Buyer

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              Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

              Best price on the market, I got my pump in two days. I had a problem with the pump after a couple of months. I called to make a claim on the warranty and the company was very helpful, and responded quickly. I had a new pump within a couple of days. PEX was great to work with, even with the pump failure. I would recommend buying from PEX. Not only do they have great service, very quick shipping, but the price was unbeatable.

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              4.0

              So Far itsWorking Great.

              By Jimbo

              from Rochester NY

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                    Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

                    Very easy to install by Homeowner

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                    5.0

                    this product was exactly what we needed

                    By leonard

                    from morris MN

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                          Comments about 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP:

                          This was the part we needed to fix our shop boiler , fit perfect fast shipping.

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                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            Can 007-F5 be used in a system designed to provide drinking water?
                            Asked on 7/2/2014 by Steve

                            5 answers

                            • CUSTOMER CARE

                              A:

                              Cast iron circulators should not be used in drinking water systems. The fresh water in these systems will cause cast iron to rust.

                              Answered on 7/24/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              no it must be a bronze pump, it will not corrode, hope this helps, bob

                              Answered on 7/4/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              I could be used for drinking water but it will rust and cause corosion
                              not a good idea use a stainless steel pump

                              Answered on 7/3/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              No; however, I believe that the stainless steel version is approved for potable water use in some states.

                              Answered on 7/3/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              only if it is NSF (national sanitation foundation) listed

                              Answered on 7/2/2014 by Anonymous
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            Is there any difference between the 007-F5 and the 007-BF5-J?
                            Asked on 6/20/2014 by Danny from Md

                            1 answer

                            • CUSTOMER CARE

                              A:

                              The 'B' in the second model indicates that the circulator is bronze. Bronze and stainless steel pumps are able to resist corrosion, making them a must in systems that include drinking water or that are used for open-loop space heating. The 'J' likely indicates that it was an OEM model (i.e. one that Taco made for a different company). 007-SF5 would be the current replacement. Most bronze pumps have been replaced by stainless steel models as a result of recent lead-free laws in the United States.

                              Answered on 6/23/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            How do I know if my circulating pump is no longer working and needs to be replaced?
                            Asked on 6/19/2014 by Jane from Dallas, Texas

                            6 answers

                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              if you know a electrican you can have him do a amp draw test and this will tell you how many amps your pump is pulling, if it is at the fla max, FULL LOAD AMPS , then you will need to replace the pump, this will be on the pump cover, hope this helps, bob

                              Answered on 6/24/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              you just turn on your system and touch the pump with your hand wrap your
                              hand around the pump and feel it running. if there is no vibration it is
                              not working. Turn off your system and then feel the pump Does it feel
                              different? if not your pump is not running

                              Answered on 6/22/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              If it does not circulate water to your zones then it's bad. If it makes noise it's going bad

                              Answered on 6/22/2014 by Anonymous
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                              A:

                              Feel the return pipe for heat. Listen to the pump. You should hear it
                              running or feel a steady vibration.

                              Answered on 6/20/2014 by Anonymous
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                              A:

                              Best way to check the pump is if it is in line on a boiler, turn the boiler
                              on and simply listen for the pump. If it isn't working, you won't hear a
                              thing.

                              Answered on 6/20/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              You should be able to feel a slight vibration in the motor and you should
                              be able to feel a temperturedifferential if the pump is not running.

                              Answered on 6/20/2014 by Anonymous
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            When is a stainless steel body required versus a cast iron?
                            Asked on 2/3/2014 by Rod from San Diego, CA

                            2 answers

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                              A:

                              Cast iron circulators should only be used in closed-loop heating systems (i.e. those that continually cycle the same fluid and that are closed to the atmosphere). Most hydronic heating systems are closed. Corrosion-resistant circulators (e.g. stainless steel or bronze) are needed on open-loop heating systems (which often include geothermal systems or wood-boiler systems, in addition to systems that use non-oxygen-barrier PEX). Corrosion-resistant pumps are also needed in potable water recirculation systems. Stainless steel pumps are a good choice in these applications because they are always lead free.

                              Answered on 2/27/2014 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                              A:

                              on any potable water to prevent rust, and contamination, bob

                              Answered on 2/3/2014 by Anonymous
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            I HAVE AN APOLLO HYDO HEAT SYSTEM. wILL THIS PUMP REPLACE AND BE COMPATIBLE. t
                            HE PUMP IT WILL BE REPLACING IS A 1/25 HP FLA72. tHE APOLLO SYSTEM IS AN E 24 CBC 8V?
                            Asked on 1/20/2014 by Hank from johnson city tn

                            2 answers

                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Taco pumps are the best and the most dependable. I have replaced big 1/4
                              horse pumps with this little pump and had good results. I am only familiar
                              with boiler and hot geothermal systems. I dont know about your system.
                              But for only at a 125 bucks how can you go wrong. just tryit....DAVE

                              Answered on 1/20/2014 by Anonymous
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                              A:

                              I believe that Apollo Hydro Heat systems require a pump that's rated for use with potable water since comes in direct contact with the potable water in the hot water heater. The standard Taco 007 pump is cast iron and not rated for potable water. The Taco 007-SF5 pump is stainless steel and is certified for use in potable water applications in CA and VT.

                              Answered on 1/20/2014 by Anonymous
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            Can the gpm be adjusted on the taco 007-f5 pump I need it a 3gpm
                            Asked on 1/17/2014 by Matt from Eau claire WI

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                              A:

                              No, the pump has no adjustment for flowrate.  You adjust flow by head pressure on the pump.  Using the pump curves,
                               
                              http://www.taco-hvac.com/uploads/FileLibrary/100-1.8.pdf
                               
                               
                              3 GPM requires about 9.5 feet of head pressure.  A partially closed valve can develop needed head pressure.

                              Answered on 1/21/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              No you need to use a Variable speed circulator like:Taco 007 Variable Speed
                              Delta-T Cast Iron Circulator Pump
                              Hope this helps.

                              Answered on 1/18/2014 by Stormin-54 from Syracuse, NY
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              it has 23 gpm but I would get a ball valve and balance it out that way it also has 10 ft of lift , hope this helps, bob

                              Answered on 1/17/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              I simply have a shutoff valve on the discharge side of pump and close valve to desired GPM. That way you don’t starve the pump and you will notice less current draw.

                              Answered on 1/17/2014 by Anonymous
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                              A:

                              You will need to upgrade your circulator to get more flow. Might have to
                              raise inlet and outlet size.

                              Answered on 1/17/2014 by Anonymous from Iowa
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            Does this have an integral check valve? What is model with one?
                            Asked on 1/3/2014 by Peter from United States

                            1 answer

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                              A:

                              The Taco 007-F5 does not have an integral check valve. Part 007-F5-7IFC is the equivalent circulator with an integral check valve.

                              Answered on 1/6/2014 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            I have a multi-zone heating in my house using radiators and base board heaters. In one zone with the 007 CIC, the pipe in the exit line of the CIC heats up even when the it is not energized. Is this normal? I am wasting energy heating up part of the house when all I want is to heat for hot water. What is wrong with this one since the other zones seem to be working properly. I have checked power to this unit and there is no power.
                            Asked on 12/31/2013 by Peter from United States

                            9 answers

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                              A:

                              You are likely getting gravity circulation and need to install a check valve. Easiest solution might be to use a TACO 007 with integral flow check (IFC).

                              Answered on 1/3/2014 by crustysailor from Maine
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              You have a faulty zone valve or flocheck

                              Answered on 1/1/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              You Need a flow-check valve for that heating zone. The heat is migrating by
                              gravity circulation, which is usually a much worse problem when you have a
                              domestic hot water zone in the same system. Flow checks are cheap and
                              fairly easy to install; nearly everyone makes them: Taco, B&G, Watts, etc.

                              Answered on 1/1/2014 by water2steam from Des Moines, Iowa
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                              A:

                              possible bad flow valve or bad zone valve, or can use a flow valve in this zone, hope this helps, bob

                              Answered on 1/1/2014 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              When you heat a liquid there is always movement due to thermosiphon. To
                              avoid the flow I use a circulator with integral flow
                              control<http://www.pexsupply.com/Taco-007-F5-7IFC-007-Cast-Iron-Circulator-with-Integral-Flow-Check-1-25-HP-3647000-p>.
                              An alternative is to add an anti-thermosiphon check valve. Go
                              here<http://www.pexsupply.com/Bell-Gossett-107035-3-4-NPT-Bronze-HydroTrol-Flow-Control-Valve-8619000-p>.
                              Hope this helps and good luck.

                              Answered on 1/1/2014 by Stormin-54 from Syracuse, NY
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              First feel the pump is it running? If it is running then it is a control
                              issue. If not the water is siphoning through the system. A one way valve
                              properly placed will prevent the flow or a properly placed solenoid valve
                              that opens withe the pump starting.

                              Answered on 12/31/2013 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Peter,
                              All Taco pumps, unless they specifically have a check valve in them (not yours) will allow water flow through them, in either direction, when not running. If the zone is conducive to thermosyphon flow, you will get some flow through the zone without the pump running. Normally the amount of flow through the zone without pump assistance is minimal. Even with a check valve, there can still be flow in the normal direction. The only way to stop that is with a manual shut-off valve or an electrically operated "zone valve", like this; http://www.pexsupply.com/Honeywell-Zone-Valves-17141000 or this; http://www.pexsupply.com/Taco-Zone-Valves-17143000 , which can be wired in line with the pump so it opens when the pump is activated.
                              Tom Sullivan
                              U.P. Solar Solutions

                              Answered on 12/31/2013 by Tom Sullivan from U.P. Solar Solutions
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                              A:

                              There is a rubber or silicone gasket in your header that may need to be replaced
                              I had this happen to me and I had to buy a kit that included the part
                              Mike

                              Answered on 12/31/2013 by Anonymous
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                              A:

                              If you have zone valves for each heat zone and one for
                              Hot water ck the little tab lever on the bottom of the zone
                              Valve if it has resistance when you push it the zone is closed
                              And no hot water is going to that zone. If it is closed you
                              Will get some residual heat on the back side if another zone
                              Is open and circulator is on.
                              Sent from my iPhone

                              Answered on 12/31/2013 by Anonymous
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            My pump makes a pump noise every 10 seconds before the boiler kicks on and stops for a while and starts again. Does this indicate replacement needed.
                            Asked on 11/30/2013 by Tony

                            2 answers

                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes, this means the pump is going bad. Sounds like the capacitor is going
                              out. If this is a cartrige pump, i.e. 007 or similar, just throw it away
                              and replace it; they aren't worth repairing. However, if it is a three piece
                              circulator, I.E. Bell and Gossett series 100, these can be repaired for a
                              fraction of the cost of a new one if you are handy.

                              Answered on 11/30/2013 by water2steam from Des Moines, Iowa
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                              A:

                              It could be overheating....try turning on and off manualy if it gets to hot to touch....needs replaced
                              Sent from my Windows Phone

                              Answered on 11/30/2013 by Anonymous
                          • 007 Cast Iron Circulator, 1/25 HP

                            Q:

                            Does it come with the flange gasket?
                            Asked on 11/27/2013 by adjohan from United States

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                              A:

                              Sometimes they forget to put them in the box, so I would get a set anyway.

                              Answered on 11/28/2013 by water2steam from Des Moines, Iowa
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                              A:

                              Taco pumps come with gaskets....

                              Answered on 11/28/2013 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes two of them

                              Answered on 11/27/2013 by Anonymous
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                              A:

                              I am pretty sure it did !! But can't remember it's been awhile ago since I bought this item!! Sorry
                              Sent from my iPod

                              Answered on 11/27/2013 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes the one I received came complete with flange gaskets.

                              Answered on 11/27/2013 by Anonymous
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                              A:

                              The Taco 007 I received did come with a flange gasket. I would recommend installing B&G 1/4 turn ball valves on each side of the pump for servicing. The Taco's sometimes stick after sitting all summer and need some encouragement to start up for the heating season. Much easier with those ball valves! Best money I ever spent...jk
                              Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

                              Answered on 11/27/2013 by Anonymous
                            • CUSTOMER CARE

                              A:

                              A pair of flange gaskets is included with the circulator. Flanges must be purchased separately.

                              Answered on 11/27/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                              A:

                              Mine always have. But you never know if they will continue the practice.....

                              Answered on 11/27/2013 by Anonymous
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