Pump-less volute kits

The kits are suitable for both hydronic fluid and potable water applications.

07/02/2015


The kits are suitable for both hydronic fluid and potable water applications. Courtesy: Armstrong Fluid TechnologyThe pump-less volute (PLV) kit is designed to upgrade, renew, or replace all working parts of all models in the E Series family of circulators. The kits are suitable for both hydronic fluid and potable water applications. The series of energy-efficient circulators are designed for a wide range of applications. The energy-efficient dry motor design and hydraulics of the E.2 Series circulator is rated higher than other fixed-speed circulators in its class, and the wire-to-water efficiency provides energy savings for building owners. The compact size allows contractors to complete an installation without making changes to existing piping.

Armstrong Fluid Technology

www.armstrongfluidtechnology.com



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