UP15-18B5 Bronze Circulator Pump, 1/2" Sweat, 1/25 HP, 115V

Grundfos

Brand: Grundfos

Mfr Part#: 59896114

Model: UP15-18B5

UPC#: 632514000148

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Grundfos UP15-18B5 circulator pump (Grundfos SKU# 59896114) is a single-speed model with bronze housing and 1/2" sweat inlets. This model is well suited for hot water recirculation as well as other open system types, including radiant, solar, fan coils, storage tanks, etc.

 

Technical Specifications of Grundfos UP15-18B5:

  • Voltage: 115V;
  • Amperage: 0.74 Amps;
  • Hertz: 60 Hz;
  • Phase: 1;
  • Watts: 85W;
  • Max Pressure: 145 psi;
  • Max Temperature: 230F;
  • Min Temperature: 36F;
  • Flow Range: 0-14.7 GPM;
  • Head Range: 0-13.9 ft;
  • Horse Power: 1/25HP;
  • Body: Bronze;
  • Connections: 1/2" Sweat;

 

Manufacturer's warranty:

2 years from date of installation.

UP15-18B5 Bronze Circulator Pump, 1/2" Sweat, 1/25 HP, 115V has an average 4.0 out of 5 rating based on 1 user review.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
 
works as expected
By Solar Pro (from Boulder, CO) on 7/7/2015
was back ordered, but got here eventually
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where is the check valve located on the grundfos up15-18b5
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This model does not have a check valve.
Answered on 2/18/2016 by PexUniverse Customer Service
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How do I bypass to get hot water when the power is out?
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If your system is capable of supplying hot water in the event of a power outage, the hot water supply will function normally even if the power goes out, but without a recirculation feature. The same applies both for systems with and without a dedicated hot water return line. This means that you may have to open the hot water valve on the faucet and wait until the water from the heater reaches it, the old fashioned way.
Answered on 8/31/2015 by PexUniverse Customer Service
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How do I reset if the pump has stopped working.
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If you have the pump controlled by a switching relay (such as Taco SR series) or an aquastat (Honeywell), you would need to reset the power to the relay/aquastat.
Answered on 5/20/2013 by PexUniverse Customer Service
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