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High Capacity Thermostatic Radiator Actuator - remote sensor

SKU:T104B1038

Brand: Honeywell Braukmann

Honeywell Braukmann
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Application: Accessory
Accessory For: V110 Series
Width: 1-19/32"
Sensor Type: Remote
Mount: Wall
Max Temp (F): 79°F
Min Temp (F): 43°F
Temperature Range (F): 43°-79°F
Capillary Length: 6 ft. 8"
Material: Nickel Plated Bronze
Temperature Range (F): 48°-79°F

Description for Honeywell Braukmann T104B1038

Provide precise and automatic control of room temperature in two-pipe systems by modulating the flow of hot water or steam through free-standing radiators, convectors and other heating units with high capacity requirements.

  • Continually monitor and adjust room temperature for consistent comfort and relief from under-heating and overheating.
  • Designed with the higher capacity normally required by U.S.A. heating systems.
  • Valve seat disc, which is made of resilient material (EPDM), ensures tight shutoff on steam or hot water systems.
  • Nickel-plated bronze casted body with working parts in cartridge insert for ease of service.
  • Controls include sensor, setpoint dial and valve actuator; components may be integral or connected by capillary tubes.
  • Require no electrical connections.
  • All working parts are replaceable using service tool (MT100C1011) while valve remains in service, in-line, under pressure.
  • Valves normally open without control mounted.
  • Valves may also be used with MV110 Electric Zone Valve Actuator.
  • Meet ASHRAE Standard 102-1989.
  • Description: High Capacity Thermostatic Radiator Actuator with remote sensor, 6ft 8in. capillary and 1 19/32 in. collar diameter
  • Application Type: Controller with combined remote setpoint and sensor mounted on a wall. Setpoint/sensor connect with a capillary tube to an actuator, which mounts on the valve body. For V110 valves.
  • Application: High Capacity Thermostatic Radiator Actuator
  • Used With Valve: V110
  • Sensor (Integral or Remote): Remote
  • Setpoint (Integral or Remote): Remote
  • Capillary Length (ft): 6 ft. 8 in.
  • Capillary Length (m): 2 m
  • Temperature Range (F): 48 F to 79 F
  • Temperature Range (C): 9 C to 26 C
  • Collar Diameter (in.): 1 19/32 in.
  • Collar Diameter (mm): 40 mm
  • Used With: V110

High Capacity Thermostatic Radiator Actuator - remote sensor

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Well-built, Easy to install

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        Comments about High Capacity Thermostatic Radiator Actuator - remote sensor:

        The actuator is used with a thermostatic valve to individually control radiator heat output. It is well built, and I particularly liked the threaded connection to the valve body. (In Danfoss controllers, the connection is via a set screw that seems less solid.)
        The one disadvantage of the Honeywell actuator is that the thread nut by which it is attached to the valve is rather large, requiring a >1" hole through a radiator cover so that the device may be attached to the valve. (The hole required by the Danfoss controller is a bit smaller.)

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          Is the capillary tube detachable during installation? to feed through small hole? If not how big a hole is needed to bring tube out of radiator enclosure?

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          Asked on 2/6/2011 by jbrent

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