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Monitor heat-tracing with this thermostat

By Mary Page Bailey |

Pentair Thermal Management

Pentair Thermal Management

The Raychem ETS-05 electronic, surface-sensing thermostat (photo) accurately controls and monitors temperature for heat-tracing installations. Compared to previous electronic thermostats, it provides an increased maximum current load, larger connection terminals, a broader temperature-control range, local LED indications and an additional fail-safe option. The Raychem ETS-05 is available in two versions: the ETS-05-L2-E, which monitors temperatures up to 199°C and is fitted with a flexible sensor; and the ETS-05-H2-E, which can be used for temperatures up to 499°C and has a stainless-steel sensor. — Pentair Thermal Management, Leuven, Belgium

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