Hot water recirculation system

The HotLink system is for domestic hot water recirculation and is designed for retrofit applications and it includes an analog timer that can be set to operate during peak usage hours or for continuous operation.

10/02/2014


The HotLink system is for domestic hot water recirculation and is designed for retrofit applications and it includes an analog timer that can be set to operate during peak usage hours or for continuous operation. Courtesy: TacoTaco's HotLink system for domestic hot water recirculation is designed for systems without dedicated hot water return lines and is useful for retrofit applications. Taco's HotLink system substantially reduces the time it takes to receive hot water and the thermal disk closes when hot water reaches the valve. An integral flow check prevents cold water from backing into the hot line. The HotLink circulator includes an analog timer that can be set to operate during peak usage hours or for continuous operation. The system is packaged with a HotLink valve, stainless steel braided flex lines, a HotLink circulator, and a bronze water heater connector.

Taco 

www.taco-hvac.com 



GEORGE , FL, United States, 10/07/14 10:54 AM:

The HotLink system from Taco may be great but their web site does not have any information on it. 10/7/14
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