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Taco 007 Flow

DaveGateway
DaveGateway Member Posts: 568
Taco 007 pumping to 4X Honeywell 3.5Cv zone valves.

8" past each zone valve is a pair of 3/4" closely spaced t's supplying each zones 006 pump, very little resistance back to 007.

If only 1 zone valve is open, will the pump have enough head to lift any of the others?

Thanks

Comments

  • Nron_9
    Nron_9 Member Posts: 237
    pumphead

    add a pressure bypass valve in your loop to prevent dead heading the pump or wear on the zone valves
    Nron
  • DaveGateway
    DaveGateway Member Posts: 568
    Taco 007 Flow

    I don't know exactly what dead heading is, I think it means: pump on & nowhere for the flow to go through.
    All 4 of the zone valve end sw. will go to a Taco SR501, that turns on the 007. How could it dead head?
    Thanks
  • Robert O'Connor_7
    Robert O'Connor_7 Member Posts: 688
    Nron?

    Did you make a career change. At least I'm hopful now the industry might be on a financial upswing. Any inside tips??
  • Joe Mattiello
    Joe Mattiello Member Posts: 703
    Taco, 007

    Good Afternoon
    Thank you, for using Taco, products. The CV will provide the pressure drop required to calculate the system resistance. Additionally, we need to know the flow rate required, to determine what the net flow rate will be, using the CV, total length of pipe, and diameter. Please advise, if you require additional assistance.

    Joe Mattiello
    Technical Service Technician

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    Joe Mattiello
    N. E. Regional Manger, Commercial Products
    Taco Comfort Solutions
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