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Last edited 26 Aug 2020
Heating system glandless circulator
A heating system glandless circulator is a: ‘…a pump used to circulate hot water in closed circuit heating systems. The glandless (or wet rotor) circulator is a centrifugal pump with an integral motor and no mechanical seal. It can have an integrated motor drive unit for variable speed operation.’
Ref Non-domestic Building Services Compliance Guide For Scotland, 2015 Edition v1.1, published by the Scottish Government, Building Standards Division in April 2018.
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