The priority zoning line of Taco circulators brings a PC board mounted switching relay package to the classic "00" series design. The result is a low-maintenance, easy-to-install, and intelligent addition to your hydronic system. The 0014-ZF is a brawny, versatile circulator, designed to handle circulation in the largest homes as well as light commercial environments. An impressive list of potential applications matches well with the well-rounded performance of the 0014-ZF. Built for medium head applications with modest flow requirements, this circulator is a great fit in nearly any system. The universal flange-to-flange dimension of the 0014-ZF makes it quick to install, even if you are replacing a different pump. This circulator includes both low voltage and high voltage terminal strips for easy electrical connections. With Taco, your hydronic circulation is in good hands.
Not all zones are created equal. This circulator includes a priority switch which allows you to designate a primary zone. Circulators will defer to the primary zone's heating demands before responding to other zones.
Versatility Through Compatibility
Taco designed their priority zoning circulator to fit into any hydronic system regardless of the other equipment present. Zone valves, thermostats, and other circulators are all compatible with this pump, making it the perfect complement to any zoned system.
The beauty of Taco's "00" series circulators is in the simplicity. The self-lubricating design improves reliability by eliminating the need for a mechanical seal.
Replaceable Cartridge Design
All of the circulator's moving parts are contained within a removable cartridge. Servicing a "00" series pump is as easy as replacing this cartridge.
High Capacity, High Efficiency
In the "00" series, powerful pumps are backed by a direct-drive design. Direct-drive mechanisms are known for their efficiency, longevity, and low noise levels, qualities that translate well to any application.
Typical Product Applications
- High Velocity
- Indirect Water Heaters
- Adding Zones
- Zoning with Circulators
- Prioritizing Undersized Zones