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Hot Water Circulator Pump, 100 Series

BELL & GOSSETT

Price: $410.50 / each

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  • Item # 4RD16
  • Mfr. Model # SERIES 100
  • NSN # 4320-01-212-8279
  • UNSPSC # 40151504
  • Catalog Page # 3762
  • Shipping Weight 20.1 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemHot Water Circulator Pump
  • Pump Type3-Piece Oil-Lubricated Booster
  • Series100
  • HP1/12
  • Voltage115
  • Phase1
  • Inlet/Outlet Size1-1/2"
  • Connection StyleFlanged
  • Face to Face Dimension6-3/8"
  • Max. GPM @ Head32 gpm @ 1 ft.
  • Best Efficiency GPM @ Head17 gpm @ 6 ft.
  • Min. GPM @ Head9 gpm @ 8 ft.
  • Shut-Off8 ft.
  • Housing MaterialCast Iron
  • Drive TypeDirect
  • Length14-7/8"
  • Width4-1/4"
  • Loop ConfigurationClosed
  • Flange/Union IncludedNo
  • IncludesGaskets, Bolts, and Oil
  • Max. Operating Pressure125 psi
  • Max. Temp.225 Degrees F
  • Amps1.75
  • RPM1725
  • Number of Speeds1
  • Thermal ProtectionAuto
  • Pump MountPolypropylene or Brass
  • Impeller MaterialSteel
  • Shaft MaterialCarbon/Ceramic
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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Compliance and Restrictions

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    Hot Water Circulating Pumps
    • 1-phase models are thermally protected Cast-iron units are not for potable water
    3-Pc., Oil-Lubricated Booster
    • Max. working pressure: 125 psi Max. working temp.: 225°F
    Flexible spring-design coupler permits quiet operation. Sleeve bearings constantly circulate oil over bearing surfaces. Mechanical seal. Close centrifugal impeller/body tolerances minimize water slippage.
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    Hello,
    I am sorry but I do not understand your question, this pump will circulate water in a closed or open heating system. the maximum temperature this pump will tolerate is 225 deg F. This pump is not designed for potable water. I hope this answers your question, thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer!

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    Hello,
    That is a question that depends on how the 1500 Sq feet are laid out, you can go to B&G's website and use the link on the sizing and selection tools. There you can answer your question on how much pump you need.

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    If you have an issue with water being drawn up into the oil well, you may need to replace the sealed bearing assembly. We have that as item 4RD83.

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    it has a bell & gossett pump
    tag; 60 11/2"ab
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    We will need to know at 20 feet lift; how many gallons per minute are you looking for? That should be stamped on a nameplate also voltage and phase to the electric motor? Flange to flange dimensions in inches. What we know so far:
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