Chicago, IL – January 23, 2012 – Taco’s Viridian pump line makes its first appearance at the 2012 AHR Expo in Chicago. The wet-rotor pump with an ECM motor offers an 80 percent decrease in energy consumption compared to a standard commercial pump of the same size.
With fully automated variable speed operation, simple web style controls and capacities up to 375 GPM, the Viridian line meets the widest range of closed-loop heating and cooling applications.
An ethernet connection on the pump allows for remote control, monitoring and adjustment without requiring the involvement of advanced IT or commissioning personnel. Any Viridian pump can be instantly accessed via a laptop or standard internet browser.
The Viridian features a working pressure of 175 psi, and is suitable for fluid temperatures from 14°F to 230°F. The VR15 and VR20 can accept 110-240 volts, while the larger VR25 and VR30 operate on 230-240 volts. The cost of ownership of a Viridian pump is by far the lowest for its performance range, and since it’s a Taco, you can be assured it’s also the greenest pump available.
Taco’s new e-smart tag – which the Viridian proudly wears – identifies Taco’s most resource-saving technology.