The revised LoadMatch® System brochure provides additional information and schematics on the single-pipe hydronic system for use in commercial and institutional buildings. New to the brochure is information detailing the system's applicability to green buildings. The new brochure establishes LoadMatch as a system for use in green buildings as part of the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED certification program. Specification of LoadMatch can help earn points toward LEED certification because LoadMatch reduces the need for parts and pipe in hydronic systems, while reducing energy costs considerably over the life of the building, according to the company. The brochure explains the concept behind LoadMatch, which joins single pipe distribution and primary-secondary pumping allied with the use of maintenance-free wet rotor circulators.

Taco Inc., 1160 Cranston St., Cranston, RI 02920; 401-942-8000; 401-942-2360 (fax);

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