Heat Meters and Temperature Regulators

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Picture of 75525 - CONTECA - direct heat metering with local reading
Heat Meters

75525 - CONTECA - direct heat metering with local reading

Picture of 257 - Differential temperature regulator for solar thermal systems with relay output. Complete with contact probe and immersion probe with pocket
Temperature Regulators

257 - Differential temperature regulator for solar thermal systems with relay output. Complete with contact probe and immersion probe with pocket

Picture of 257 - Differential temperature regulator for solar thermal systems, with relays output
Temperature Regulators

257 - Differential temperature regulator for solar thermal systems, with relays output

Picture of 257 - Thermostat for solar thermal systems, with relays output. For thermal integration control and diverter valves
Temperature Regulators

257 - Thermostat for solar thermal systems, with relays output. For thermal integration control and diverter valves

Picture of 257 - Box complete with DIN bar
Temperature Regulators

257 - Box complete with DIN bar

Picture of 257 - Double box complete with DIN bar
Temperature Regulators

257 - Double box complete with DIN bar

Picture of 150 - Contact probe for regulator or thermostat
Temperature Regulators

150 - Contact probe for regulator or thermostat

Picture of 150 - Immersion probe for regulator or thermostat 257 series and for regulator 1520 series
Temperature Regulators

150 - Immersion probe for regulator or thermostat 257 series and for regulator 1520 series

Picture of 150 - Pocket for immersion probe code 150006
Temperature Regulators

150 - Pocket for immersion probe code 150006

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The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) Approval demonstrates that a particular product is compliant with Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations or Scottish Byelaws.

WRAS Approved Products

With the proliferation of storing water at high water temperatures i.e. above 60°C or having a storage vessel capable of storing hot water at a temperature exceeding 80°C valves capable of reducing the water supply temperature to a more acceptable distribution temperature must be fitted adjacent to the hot water storage vessel.

The Distribution Tempering Control valve Scheme (DTC)