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I recently installed a Nibco Panel purchased from Menards. It uses a Grundfos circulator pump. I started the system up and let it run for about an hour. Being a novice to the radiant heat scene I wasn't sure how hot the pump should feel to the touch so I shut the system down and am looking for answers.
Question: In general how hot should the pump itself be to the touch when operating?
PS: I do understand that there is hot liquid running through the pump at the time but in general is there a rule the pump should be the temp of the supply from the boiler plus anything or should it not be that hot...