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SelfSensing Pumps with ProBalance
SKS Series
 

Taco SKS SelfSensing Pumps with ProBalance are a giant leap forward for variable speed pumping. Utilizing patent pending SelfSensing ProBalance technology, the variable frequency drive's SelfSensing capabilities make fast, accurate do-it-yourself system balancing easy. The constant flow mode is self-balancing and automatically adjusts pump speed to maintain a user-defined flow set point. In variable flow mode the pump adapts to system pressure variations and automatically follows the system resistance curve to meet demand. These capabilities allow you to use these pumps for all your pumping needs, both constant flow chiller/boiler pumps and secondary variable flow pumps. In all applications, they help reduce balancing contractor costs, eliminate expensive wiring and the need for problematic external sensors.

Specifications
GPM: .1 - 7998
Head (ft): .1 - 282
HP: 1.5 - 250
Sizes: 1 - 10
Available Models:
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How To Videos:

Demystifying SelfSensing Pumps    
Self-Sensing Interface Part One    
Self-Sensing Interface Part Two    
How to Read a Psychrometric Chart, Part 1    
How to Read a Psychrometric Chart, Part 2    
SelfSensing Pumps: Modes