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Thrush Vertical In-Line Circulator Pumps

Thrush Vertical In-Line Circulator Pumps

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Thrush offers a wide range of in-line circulators for hydronic and domestic water systems and other liquid circulating applications. Special long life seals of ceramic and carbon are standard. Both horizontal and vertical Thrush circulators are made in sizes from ¾” through 3”, with motors ranging from 1/12 hp through ¾ hp. Stainless steel shafts and double bronze sleeve bearings contribute to quiet operation and long service life. Seal kits and bracket assemblies, which contain all the pump working parts: shaft, seals, bearings, impeller, ect, are available for nearly every model. Models R and RB are interchangeable with B&G’s Series 100 circulators, Armstrong’s model S-25, and Taco’s 110.
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Thrush Co. Inc

Established in 1997, Thrush Co. Inc. has been recognized as a leading pioneer in the hydronics industry. Thrush Co. is a manufacturer of pumps and circulators for all types of hydronic and domestic hot water applications, and other liquid circulation applications. In 1923, Homer A. Thrush started the H.A. Thrush Company with his invention of the first circulator pump to move hot water through a residence. Born out of this inventive spirit, the Thrush Co. Inc was established in 1997, and has been recognized as a leading pioneer in the hydronics industry. Thrush Co. is a manufacturer of pumps and circulators for all types of hydronic and domestic hot water applications, and other liquid circulation applications.

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