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Laing Autocirc E10 TANKLESS Hot Water Recirculation Pump

The Laing E10 is a retrofit hot water circulation system designed for tankless water heating systems. The benefits of tankless water heater systems are increased by adding the luxury and convenience of instant hot water at all fixtures in the home thus providing a true instant hot water system.

• No return line required
• Compact spherical motor design
• Energy efficient ECM motor
• Silent operation
• Built-in temperature control
• Built-in 24 hour timer with multiple on/off settings
• Suitable for tankless water heater
• 6 foot power cord
• AB1953 compliant.

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E10-BCANCT1W-23 Laing AutoCirc E10 TANKLESS instant hot water circulation pump. Part 6050E7000. Includes pump, built-in temperature sensor, 24-hour timer, and 6-ft. long cord with plug. Fixed thermostat (ON at 89.6 F and OFF at 95 F). 1 Day. In-stock $449.00
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#1 Q:   I just replaced my water heater to a tank less one. I want to install a hot water recirculation pump with under sink mount. Is there an models that have a push button operation?
A:   The ACT DMand system utilizes a button or motion sensor for activation signal.

       Asked on 2014-07-09 by Peng
#2 Q:   I have a tankless water heater, will it shorten the life of the water heater?
A:   The possibility exists...It will cycle the heater when it is active causing unnecessary wear. The ACT DMand is more suited to tankless duty in operation and philosophy.

       Asked on 2014-05-13 by Eric
#3 Q:   where is the mark for the time on the system. ie: how can I tell if the time is correct.
A:   The current time should be at the 12 O Clock position on the dial.

       Asked on 2014-05-12 by Denise
#4 Q:   Do I need to also install a Pressure Regulator when putting in one of these pumps?
A:   It is not necessary in most instances, but it couldnt hurt as it provides for a smooth, linear rise of temperature.

       Asked on 2014-04-26 by M.M.
#5 Q:   My whole house (Stiebel Eltron Tempra 36)tankless has a min. flow rate of 0.87 gpm to activate the heating elements, what is the flow rate of this pump (about 1 foot head) or will it have enough flow to activate the water heater?
A:   At 1 foot of head, this pump is moving about 5.5 GPM. Should be more than adequate for the heater.

       Asked on 2014-02-26 by Joe
#6 Q:   I am a little apprehensive as I am not sure exactly what are the times I would like this on. What happens when the hot water is used but the recirculating pump is off? Also I read that running a recirculating pump will shorten the life of your water heater - thoughts?
A:   It would operate as normal like there was no pump.

       Asked on 2014-01-24 by AD442
#7 Q:   Is there a limit to the distance from the hot water heater to the furthest fixture like with other recirculating pumps? Also, are you an authorized reseller of Laing pumps?
A:   The pump works in excess of 100 feet on tank units and about 80 on tankless. We are indeed an authorized Laing/ITT dealer.

       Asked on 2013-12-03 by Nancy
#8 Q:   I have a tankless system. The kitchen sink being the furthest from the source. It takes to long for hot water with a lot of waste. Would this product be the easiest solution?
A:   This would work well in that instance...operates on timer/thermostat and plumbs in with hoses for a painless install.

       Asked on 2013-10-26 by Rick W.
#9 Q:   Since i have a return line ,can i use it with that line.Also if i replace my tankless heater with a conventional tank heater ,could i use this pump with a tank heater?
A:   You would not use this model on a dedicated return. These are for retrofit situations, but it will work with either style of heater.

       Asked on 2013-08-14 by marcos
#10 Q:   HOW CAN YOU TELL ON AND OFF WITH PEGS IN OR OUT.WHICH IS WHICH?
A:   Pegs out would indicate On, pegs in are off. Ensure pegs are out during the period you wish the pump to run.

       Asked on 2013-06-06 by JOE
 

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