The Grundfos UP26-99F is a cast iron circulator pump (Grundfos SKU# 52722355), primarily used in closed loop heating applications. The high head / high flow characteristics of the Grundfos UP26-99F make it ideal for baseboard/radiator heating, radiant heating, fan coils, solar, wood buring boilers and other project types.
- Closed loop radiant heating & snow melting systems.
- Baseboard/Radiator/Fan coil heating and other hydronic heating applications.
- And many others;
- Built-in motor protection for longer life and better performance.
- Suitable for a wide range of applications, including radiant heating, hydronic heating, fan coil heating, solar and other system types.
- Whisper-quiet operation for sound sensitive installations.
- Includes (2) Gaskets (O-rings).
- UL/CSA listed.
- Voltage: 115V
- Amperage: 2.15 Amps
- Hertz: 60 Hz
- Phase: 1
- Watts: 245W
- Max Pressure: 145 psi
- Max Temperature: 230F
- Min Temperature: 36F
- Flow Range: 0-34 GPM
- Head Range: 0-32 ft
- Horse Power: 1/6HP
- Body: Cast Iron
- Connections: Flanged 1/2", 3/4", 1", 1-1/4"
2 years from the date of installation.
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What is the difference between a UPS 26-99FC and a UP-26-99FC
The difference between Grundfos UPS and Grundfos UP models is that "UPS" models are 3-speed while "UP" models are single speed. In other words, a "UPS" circulator has a low/med./high switch which allows it to function at (3) different outputs (or, as 3 different circulators). This function is useful when selecting a precise circulator pump is difficult or if the system may have a planned addition in the near future. Due to a low price difference, most of our customers prefer the UPS26-99FC model over the UP26-99FC.
By PexUniverse Customer Service on 02/06/2013
what is the difference between a UP26-99F and a UP26 -96F. I have a 96F and I am thinking of replacing it after about 15 years in service. Is there a "life expectancy for these pumps?
99F is a model with higher head (32 vs 24 ft of head). If 96F model has worked well for you, then there's no reason to replace it. 15 years is a great run and means both the system and the pump were (are) properly installed and maintained. If the circulator is working properly, there's probably no immediate need for a replacement, but it may be a good idea to have a spare. There's no "official life expectancy" we know of - only the standard warranty which comes with the pump, but when properly installed, they should last far beyond their original warranty.
By PexUniverse Customer Service on 01/16/2018
Is there a stainless steel option for the UPS26-99?
UPS26-99 is available in stainless steel version - UPS26-99SFC (part # 98961763)
By PexUniverse Customer Service on 09/14/2016