A thermostat consists of a sensor and a capillary tube, filled with liquid, and an adjusting cylinder. With temperatures above 170°C, a cooling unit must be fitted between the valve and the thermostat.
The thermostat is self-acting and works on the principle of liquid expansion, it is sturdy in its design, and works with a large closing force.
The temperature controller, which consists of a thermostat and a valve, is used for controlling the temperature in central heating systems, district heating systems, industrial plants or industrial processes and in marine systems.
It can be used for the control of cold or hot water, steam or oil in heating as well as cooling systems.
• No external power required.
• For use in hazardous areas.
• Simple design secures reliable controls and reduces costly downtime.
• Costumizable, Userfriendly, plug and control.
• No special tools needed for service.
• Low installation cost