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Laing ACT-303-BTRW AutoCirc Retro-Fit Circulator Pump with Line Cord, Timer, Check Valve, and Thermo


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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number ACT-303-BTRW
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 5 x 7.5 inches
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage115 volts
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB001U66R7S
Best Sellers Rank #497,978 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 27, 2009
  
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The Laing ACT-303-BTRW AutoCirc Retro-Fit Circulator Pump is installed under the sink or faucet farthest from the water heater -- where hot water usually takes the longest amount of time to arrive.A built-in temperature sensor automatically turns the Laing ACT-303-BTRW AutoCirc Retro-Fit Circulator Pump on when the water temperature in the hot water supply line cools down to 85; F. This cool water in the hot water supply line is then pumped into the cold water line and back into the water heater.The Laing ACT-303-BTRW AutoCirc Retro-Fit Circulator Pump turns off automatically when the hot water supply line to the faucet reaches 95; F, ensuring the instant availability of shower warm water with maximum temperature hot water only seconds behind. When the pump is automatically turned off by the built-in thermostat, an auto closure device prevents hot or cold water from mixing in either supply line.Hot water will also be instantly available at all other faucets in the supply line between the water heater and the faucet where the AutoCirc pump is installed.Laing ACT-303-BTRW AutoCirc Retro-Fit Circulator Pump Features:; AutoCirc saves the average family a minimum of 15,000 gallons of water annually. ; AutoCirc saves money and pays for itself in a short period of time (see Energy Savings Chart) ; AutoCirc is silent during operation. ; AutoCirc has a built-in 24-hour timer, which allows selection of system operating periods to suit your living pattern. ; AutoCirc requires only 33 watts -- 0.3 amps of power. ; AutoCirc costs only pennies a day to operate. ; AutoCirc comes complete with a built-in 6-ft. long cord with plug for connection to a standard 115-volt outlet.Laing ACT-303-BTRW AutoCirc Retro-Fit Circulator Pump has Only 7 Basic Installation Steps:; Select sink under which the AutoCirc should be located (Sink where hot water takes longest to arrive). ; Install a 115 volt outlet under sink or run cord to outlet near sink. ; Turn off angle stops valves and d

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Bulb Voltage
115 Volts

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Not saving any water running the tap to get cold out.
hip
It is their product, and I would think they would want to stand behind it.
VT1
My recirculator stopped working after 19 months of use.
Ravi Verma

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ravi Verma on January 16, 2012
I have used a Laing Ultratech UCT303 BW recirculator pump for just over 2 years now, and am very disappointed. In my previous house, I used a Grundfos recirculator... I had no issues with the Grundfos unit over 4 years of use. When we moved to a new place, I had my plumber install a recirculator. Except, I forgot the brandname Grundfos and Laing came up prominently during a Google search...so I went with Laing. Big mistake !

These Laing recirculators are very pricey ~ almost $400, depending on where you buy them. Unfortunately, they are not built well. The outside looks nice and sturdy...brass housing and all that, and they make fancy claims about a self lubricating motor. Unfortunately, they also have a check valve made out of fairly cheap rubber. I am an engineer...and it defies common sense to have a rubber check value meant for controlling hot water flow, specially when the rubber they use is so flaky. My recirculator stopped working after 19 months of use. Their warranty states 2 years, but that is 2 years from the date it was manufactured, not the date it was sold or first put to use (the manufacturing date is stamped on the unit). And guess what... I bought it 6 months after it was manufactured, so the warranty is no good. I took the unit apart, and the rubber valve was flaking into pieces ~ it was so bad that the manufacturer must know that the lifespan cannot be much more than 19 months. I suspect (but don't know for a fact, obviously) that their warranty policy is cleverly designed around this information.

I called them to see if they could send me a replacement check valve that I could insert into the unit. Unfortunately, that violates company policy.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Catman on November 12, 2007
Yes it works ... sort of. Installation was easy using stainless braid flex lines and since it went under the kitchen sink where power was already available no wiring was needed, otherwise it would have been a major hassle. It seems well made and runs quietly.

The problem is that the hot water line under the house cools faster than the line under the sink where the pump & thermostat are located. The upshot is that instead of instant hot water, you get nearly instant warm water. It does help and the hot water warms faster than without it but if you're looking for fully hot water in a matter of seconds, you'll be dissapointed. It's an improvement but not the total solution I was hoping for.

Probably insulating the hot water line where possible in the crawl space would help. Guess I'll try that next.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By VT1 on March 20, 2013
This unit was purchased at the end of december 2012. It stopped working on Feb 10th 2013. I called Laing and spoke to tech support. Very unprofessional conversation. I felt like I was calling someones house. I was quickly informed that I need to contact the Distributor. So I called the company who sold this through Amazon MyPlumbingStuff. I experienced a similar issue. I was greeted by an answering machine. I left my name number and my issue. I then followed up with an email to myplumbingstuff.com off of their web site. Hours later I received a one line follow up email "call Laing".

Fantastic, Called Laing and they said they clearly state they do not handle warranty claims from the end customer. So what good is the warranty if they don't honor it? It is their product, and I would think they would want to stand behind it. I guess since I don't install hundreds of these units I am not important.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By MW on December 28, 2007
I hate waiting 60 seconds for warm water. This thing is genius. I installed it under the sink in my master bathroom and it makes it so I can turn the shower on and get in right away. If it saves me 60 seconds everyday, that's 6 hours in one year! At my wage, that pays for the pump several times over.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. J. Robinson on February 27, 2014
The old style which worked perfectly. The new moves a small amount of water every few second to check the temp, thus, you can hear it open, close, open, close, open, close constantly. The old style would open when need, run opened until the temp reached what was desired and close, then, stay closed until the temp of the water dropped. This one is crazy. That and some last a long time, and some go in a very short time. Great idea, expensive, but just not quite there in the engineering aspect.
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