Boiler pumping stations

The ThermalPro units are pre-piped, insulated pumping stations for mechanical rooms.

11/28/2016


The ThermalPro units are pre-piped, insulated pumping stations for mechanical rooms. Courtesy: Watts RadiantThe ThermalPro units are pre-piped, insulated pumping stations for mechanical rooms. They are designed to allow connection of a boiler (or other hydronic heat source) to any component in a heating system. ThermalPro stations come complete with supply and return connections, check stop, isolation valves, sensor wells, pressure bypass valve, and a circulator. Stations are designed for units offering a mixed temperature and a 24v three-way floating point mixing valve. All units are completely encased in compact multi-piece foam insulation, and can be installed as either an independent unit or combined in a header containing up to five units with both mixed and non-mixed units.

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