What Does a Chromalox Thermostat Do?


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A thermostat from the manufacturer Chromalox is used to adjust the temperature in a residential or industrial setting. In addition to adjusting home heating, these thermostats may be used to provide temperature control in corrosive environments and prevent freezing in an outdoor setting.

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Chromalox offers several types of thermostats for different applications. They include surface-mount temperature controllers, explosion-proof room thermostats, infinite control mechanisms, wall-mounted room thermostats and corrosion-resistant wall-mounted thermostats for industrial settings. Buyers may also choose from several models of wall-mounted room thermostats for both residential and industrial use. Thermostats may be purchased directly on the Chromalox website.

Chromalox's 3000 model is a portable surface-mount device with a number of possible applications including dental equipment, vending machines and popcorn machines. The EPETD-8D explosion-proof thermostat features a heavy-duty construction with cast aluminum housing, and it is designed for hazardous industrial environments. The CH infinite control mechanism features a simple design with automatic compensation, and the WCRT is a corrosion-resistant model built for harsh environments such as areas with spraying water and high humidity. The WR and WT room thermostats are both CSA certified and UL listed with the WT model holding a smaller price tag. The WTL model is a basic wall-mounted thermostat that is compatible with signal wiring.

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