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 on: June 24, 2018, 02:58:36 PM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by bill birks
 thanks for all info -plan on ording 2 26-99 tomorrow -

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 on: June 24, 2018, 10:59:39 AM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by wreckit87
200ft total loop of 1" is about at the top of the spectrum for a 15-58 with an exchanger to keep full flow. The B&G NRF-25 has just a bit more umph, but may be harder to source. If you can afford to lose a little flow, the 15-58 is cheap and sips electricity, should get you 5-6 GPM. If you need the full 7-8 GPM that 1" can carry, I recommend the Grundfos 26-99

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 on: June 21, 2018, 07:20:16 PM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by RSI
I would go with Grundfos unless you prefer Taco for some reason.
15-58 may be large enough or 26-99 are about the same sizes as the 0015 (15-58) and 0011 (26-99)

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 on: June 21, 2018, 05:35:58 PM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by bill birks
 ok thanks for info will look into those pumps - if you guys recommend them they must be good will probably go that rount  -thanks

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 on: June 21, 2018, 05:19:32 PM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by E Yoder
There are new  3 speed 26-99 Grundfos on eBay right now for $153. Would beat an 0011.
You might could get by with a new 15-58 or B&G NRF-25 for less than $100. Depends on the CFM of the blowers you've got the coils in.

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 on: June 21, 2018, 01:20:02 PM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by bill birks
yes it 100ft each way t house and shop -both water to air rads in furnaces -planning on added cast irons rads to shop-was thinking theres no warrany on 100.00 pumps -

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 on: June 21, 2018, 10:40:17 AM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by E Yoder
And from what you said earlier it's 100' one way? What heat exchangers or heat load are you supplying water to? Trying to calculate what flow is needed. I would feel there isn't a one size fits all pump, and the pump you described sounds large for 1" pex.

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 on: June 21, 2018, 10:00:24 AM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by bill birks
 1inch

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 on: June 21, 2018, 09:48:03 AM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by E Yoder
You're looking at 4.9 amps for the 2400-50. Could burn up some savings pretty quickly. 
Around 2 amps for the 0011. a 0015 (a common size used) is less than one amp.
How much flow do you actually need? What size piping?

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 on: June 21, 2018, 09:36:29 AM 
Started by bill birks - Last post by bill birks
 100.00 each still in boxes -thinking of 2 new 011 for 350.00 thanks

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