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DanHolohan
DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 15,438
Morton Grove, IL.June 27, 2003 - Bell & Gossett has introduced a new line of Isolation Flanges (Patent Pending) that combines a full port isolation ball valve and a circulator flange to allow circulators to be isolated from the rest of the system for quick and easy removal. This time and money-saving feature eliminates the need to drain the entire system when removing the circulator for service or replacement.

Free-floating flanges rotate to eliminate the need to align the bolt holes of the flanges when installing it to the system piping. Available in 3/4", 1" and 1-1/4" NPT and sweat, the flanges are designed to be used with all brands of circulators, including Bell & Gossett's NRF, NBF, and SSF wet rotors, Series PL, Series 100, HV, PR and LR circulators.

The isolation flange utilizes a standard 90-degree-turn ball valve and long handle for ease of operation. The non-ferrous wetted internal components make the isolation flanges ideal for hydronic heating systems.


Bell & Gossett
Bell & Gossett, a unit of ITT Industries, is a leading manufacturer of centrifugal pumps, circulators, hydronic specialties, heat exchangers, and packaged systems for variable and constant speed pumping, heat transfer and pressure boosting. For more information contact Bell & Gossett: 8200 N. Austin Avenue, Morton Grove, IL 60053; phone
847/966-3700; fax 847/966-9052; or visit www.bellgossett.com.
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Comments

  • Boilerpro_3
    Boilerpro_3 Member Posts: 1,231
    Very nicely built...

    I'm installing several of them on a job right now.

    Boilerpro
  • Tony_8
    Tony_8 Member Posts: 608
    looks like

    They've combined the orientation versatility of Taco & Grundfos with the larger, better sealing face and the full port, lever handle valve of Webstone. Shows what happens when manufacturers/suppliers listen and pay attention to customers (us).
    Kinda like doing a comfort survey for a system project/prospect, huh ?
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