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Grundfos UP26-99F = what model Taco pump?

the Taco 0014 is pretty close to the 26-99.


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  • Dan LaHaise
    Dan LaHaise Member Posts: 2
    circulator pumps

    We use a Grundfos UP26-99F pump for our geo-ground loop systems. Is there a Taco pump equal to this model? Our suppliers are brainwashed with Grundfos, and I know that Taco is very good equipment. Please respond.
  • Taco

    They ARE great products!

    Just take a look at the site yourself, http://www.taco-hvac.com/

  • Andrew Hagen_2
    Andrew Hagen_2 Member Posts: 236

    A 0013 is pretty close to a 26-99. Taco makes some good stuff. I am particularly impressed with the EVB zone valves and i series mixing valves.

    My personal preference is for Grundfos circulators, specifically because the 15-58 has a great curve for most heating loops. The 3-speed 15-58 and 26-99 cover nearly any application. I see no reason to look further. No brainwashing involved.
  • Rocky
    Rocky Member Posts: 121
    Doing bids and just happened

    to have a GF and Taco pump curve chart right on my table. The Taco 0013 is the closest to the GF26-99.
  • Kal Row
    Kal Row Member Posts: 1,520
    as well as a B&G NRF-36 on speed 2

  • Joe Mattiello
    Joe Mattiello Member Posts: 703

    The Taco 0013 would be my first choice, and the 0014 close second. For your convenience I attached both curves so you can compare the two. Hopefully, this helps
    Joe Mattiello
    N. E. Regional Manger, Commercial Products
    Taco Comfort Solutions
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