Bell & Gossett Series 2 pumps and repair parts are available in both red-colored cast iron and bronze body construction and are made for 2" pipe size connections only. The red-colored pumps are for general space heating. The bronze colored pumps are for potable, domestic water. The 1/6 HP motor found on B&G Series 2 pumps provides more pumping pressure than smaller booster pumps. They have a maximum operating pressure of up to 125 psi and a maximum operating temperature of up to 225°F. Replacement components are also available for all B&G Series 2 pumps.

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  • SKU: BH1020
  • Ships within 10 business days

The Bell & Gossett Series 2 BNFI is a three-piece bronze body booster pump used for potable, domestic water. The 2 BNFI pump is oil lubricated with a 1/6 HP, 1725 RPM, 115v single phase motor.

Online Price: $1,398.61
Regular Price: $1,551.58

  • SKU: BH1020A
  • Ships within 10 business days

The Bell & Gossett Series 2 AB is a three-piece all bronze booster pump used for potable, domestic water. The 2 B pump is oil lubricated with a 1/6 HP, 1725 RPM, 115v single phase motor.

Online Price: $1,578.99
Regular Price: $1,811.96

  • SKU: BH1015
  • 1 in stock
  • Ships within 10 business days

The Bell & Gossett Series 2 NFI is a three-piece bronze body booster pump used for hydronic heating and cooling in closed loop systems. The 2 NFI pump is oil lubricated with a 1/6 HP, 1725 RPM, 115v single phase motor.

Online Price: $778.29
Regular Price: $893.12

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Bell & Gossett Series 2 & HV Exploded View
Bell & Gossett Series 2 & HV Exploded View

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Identifying Your Bell & Gossett Pump

Identifying Your Bell & Gossett Pump

Do you have a Bell & Gossett pump you need to repair? First, you need to determine what pump you have. Bell & Gossett manufacturers hundreds of different pumps, from small residential boosters to large base-mounted centrifugal pumps. Properly identifying your pump is critical to maintaining its good health. In this video, the Pump Doctor will go through a few B&G pumps and explain what the different cast numbers, tags, and labels all mean.