Star 32 BF, 1-Speed Bronze Star Series Circulator, 1/12 HP Zoom

Star 32 BF, 1-Speed Bronze Star Series Circulator, 1/12 HP

SKU:4090779

Brand: Wilo

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Specs

Application: Heating
Type: 1-Speed Pump
Material: Bronze
Horse Power:
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1/12
Voltage:
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115v
Amperage:
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0.99
Hertz: 60
Phase: 1
Max Pressure (PSI): 140 psi
Max Flow (GPM): 10.5
Max Head (Ft): 33
Temperature Range (F): 14°-230°F
Connection Type: Flanged
Connection Size: 1-1/4"
1-1/2"
3/4"

Description for Wilo 4090779

Overview:
Wet rotor circulation pump, with flanged connection. (Flange perpendicular to shaft). Bronze body for domestic hot water applications

Features:

  • Suitable for any installation position with horizontal shaft; terminal box in 3-6-9-12 o'clock position
  • Impedance protected motor, motor protection not required
  • Cable entry both sides of terminal box
  • Quick connection spring clips for simple electrical connection
  • Steel Terminal Box
  • Fits all Competitor's Models
  • Powerful Starting Torque
  • Ultra Quiet
  • Reliable Wet Rotor Technology
  • Optional Check Valve
  • Automatically Vented


Materials:
  • Pump housing: Bronze
  • Impeller: Engineered Composite (PP - 40% GF)
  • Shaft: Stainless steel (Cr)
  • Bearing: Metal-impregnated carbon

Star 32 BF, 1-Speed Bronze Star Series Circulator, 1/12 HP

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5.0

Caution on a high-quality pump.

By RB

from Salisbury, MD

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Comments about Star 32 BF, 1-Speed Bronze Star Series Circulator, 1/12 HP:

Very strongly constructed pump that I'm using in my solar water heater. It's working well a month after replacing. The old one failed after 3 years, I suspect from overheating. I suspect when it failed it was pumping water well over the 160F temp my water heater was set to go to. I lowered the max temp from 160 to 145, because the collector can go up to >260F on summer days (when it failed and I had turned it on in midday after a vacation).

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