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Question: I want to install a hot water recirculation pump that could be conveniently turned on and off.

Answer:
The Taco D'MAND® System would meet your needs. It is installed under the sink of the remote bathroom and is only started when you push a button. The pump in the D'MAND System pumps the water from the hot water line to the cold water line. It shuts off when a temperature sensor in the pump casing senses a 9-degree rise in temperature. There is a time delay which prevents the pump from starting again so the cold water line isn't heated. The D'MAND System only runs when required and you don't have to pipe a return line.

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