What is Taco Hydronic System Solutions?

What is Taco Hydronic System Solutions?

Taco Hydronic System Solutions (knowledge of HVAC systems and their design required


What is Taco Hydronic System Solutions?
Taco Hydronic System Solutions is a dynamic, drag-and-drop technology software that assists HVAC designers in the design of hydronic equipment systems, setting of system parameters and the scheduling of HVAC equipment.


Although this program includes default values entered at each data input field, a solid fundamental knowledge of HVAC systems and HVAC systems design is required for proper application of the program.


Taco Hydronic System Solutions Project Files Taco Hydronic System Solutions project files may be saved for reference, shared for review and stored in a library for use on future projects.

Taco TFP & TMP Series Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers

The Taco TFP Series is designed specifically for Domestic Hot Water applications, In-Floor Radiant Heating, Snow-Melt applications, and as a general alternative to Shell & Tube type heat exchangers.The TFP Series is rugged and reliable, yet very compact, representing the latest technology in high-performance heat exchangers. Copper brazed, stainless steel plates offer a highly efficient, low fouling transfer surface. All Taco TFP Series units have male pipe thread fittings, and mounting stud bolts are standard.

Liquid to Liquid Heat Exchangers


Sizing and Selection



Refer to Selection Guide 200-2A for manual selection procedure. Computer selections available through TACO Representatives.



Following data is required:

1. Flow in tubes (GPM).

2. Entering liquid temperature in tubes (°F).

3. Leaving liquid temperature in tubes (°F).

4. Flow in shell (GPM).
5. Entering liquid temperature in shell (°F).
6. Leaving liquid temperature in shell (°F).
7. Fouling factors.
8. Properties of fluids (if other than water).

Requests for sizing and design of custom/industrial heat exchangers may be submitted directly to TACO Engineering Office. Simply select the Process Heat Transfer Icon at Internet home page (taco-hvac.com).

Hydronic Systems Save Energy And Materials.

Both kinds of HVAC systems impact the environment in two ways: 1) Each consumes non-regenerative raw materials in construction. 2) Each consumes energy to operate. Again, hydronic systems win. Advanced LoadMatch single pipe hydronic systems require less raw materials for construction by virtue of a reduction in pipe, fittings, insulation, control valves, and balancing valves. To move BTUs around a building, hydronic systems require about half the energy of a comparable air system, because water has a higher specific heat and higher density than air.

Hydronic Systems Are More Comfortable.

Because of the higher thermal inertia of water, the temperature in a room heated or cooled by hydronics will be more even and thus more comfortable. Additionally, when the room is heated or cooled by a LoadMatch single pipe system, the temperature will be more consistent and, therefore, even more comfortable. A LoadMatch system is self balancing; tweaking balance valves to get the water to the right location in the right quantity isn’t necessary.

Sizing and Selection Steam to Liquid Heat Exchangers

Refer to Selection Guide 200-1A for manual selection procedure. Computer selections available through TACO Representatives.

Following data is required:
1. Steam pressure at heat exchanger.
2. Flow in tubes (GPM).
3. Type of fluid in tubes.
4. Properties of fluids (if other than water).
5. Temperature in.
6. Temperature out.
7. Fouling factor.

Requests for sizing and design of custom/industrial heat exchangers may be submitted directly to TACO Engineering Office. Simply select the Process Heat Transfer Icon at Internet home page (taco-hvac.com).

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