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1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent

SKU:V2043HSL10

Brand: Honeywell Braukmann

Honeywell Braukmann
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$66.95
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$257.00 / box (4 units x $64.25)
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Specs

Application: 1 Pipe Steam
Hot Water
Size: 1/8"
Connection Type: Threaded
Body Pattern: Angle
Material: Bronze
Capacity: Standard
Includes: Air Vent

Description for Honeywell Braukmann V2043HSL10

Product Overview:

  • One-Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator Valves - Allow automatic temperature control in one-pipe steam or hot water systems for free standing radiators, convectors and other heating units with standard capacity requirements. Provide comfort and energy savings.

    Product Features:
    • Continually monitors and adjusts room temperature for consistent comfort and relief from under-heating and overheating.
    • Adjustable balancing cartridge design made from resilient material (EPDM), ensures tight shut-off on steam and hot water systems.
    • Nickel plated brass casted body.
    • Replaceable cartridge for easy service with service tool.
    • Controls include valve body, steam air vent.
    • Used with T100 set point and capillary actuators.
    • No electrical connection required for non-electric actuators.
    • Normally open without control mounted.


    Product Specifications:
    • Description: One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve and air vent pack
    • Application Type : Thermostatic Radiator Valve Pack. Includes V100P1046 body with SA123 steam/air vent. Use for one pipe steam applications
    • Pipe Size (inch): 1/8 in.
    • Body Pattern: Angle
    • Capacity: standard
    • Connection Type: NPT
    • Pressure Ratings (Steam (psi): Valve: 15 psi maximum/Vent: 6 psi maximum
    • Materials (body): Bronze
    • Includes: V2042HSL10 and SA143 steam air vent

1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent

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        5.0

        Good quality at a good price

        By Bob the builder

        from PA

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              Comments about 1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent:

              Good quality, good price. Easy to install. You won't find this cheaper anywhere else online.

               
              5.0

              Short term use

              By Blanco Tigre

              from New Jersey

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                    Comments about 1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent:

                    Factory settings seem to operate heat adequately. No over or under heat ing conditions.

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                    • Personal
                     
                    4.0

                    Does the job

                    By Max

                    from San Francisco, CA

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                          Comments about 1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent:

                          I installed 24 of these units in an apartment building with steam heat. Some tenants were "too hot" others "too cold". Shutting or throttleing the main valvas at the radiators' inlet does not work and caused leaks due to steam condensation. These units adjust the venting portion of the radiator without touching the inlets.
                          It takes a bit of tinkering to install. There is a rubber ring with numbers on it at the stem end. It can be adjusted (?) but there is no explanation of what it does or what it should be adjusted to. I left it where it was, seems to work ok. Tenants seem to be happy with it.

                           
                          5.0

                          Clever product

                          By There are those who call me...Kim

                          from Miamisburg, OH

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                                Comments about 1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent:

                                Excellent solution to control individual radiators. Solved a problem we've struggled with for decades. Very easy to install.

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                                5.0

                                I would buy this product again and again

                                By idish

                                from brooklyn,ny

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                                      Comments about 1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent:

                                      the product speaks for itself you control your radiator in your room to the temp you like

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                                      5.0

                                      Quiet & Efficient

                                      By MM

                                      from Chicago

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                                            Comments about 1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent:

                                            I use these valves to control the temperature of my apartment. They work great at maintaining the space at 72 degrees farenheit. I like that they're much quieter than the Danfoss valves I used to have.

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                                            4.0

                                            Exactly as expected

                                            By summerDIYer

                                            from Boston, MA

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                                                  Comments about 1/8 One Pipe Steam Thermostatic Radiator valve, includes air vent:

                                                  Product performs as intended, and helps "green" our old steam heat system easily. The only reservation I have is that one of the vents had a soldered seam that came apart when only slightly twisted with a wrench (it shouldn't have been adjusted at the point at which it was, but the seam came apart rather easily anyway).

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                                                    Q:

                                                    If temp has been reached and valve is closed, when boiler shuts off does it in the closed position allow air back into system so condensate can drain back to boiler?
                                                    Asked on 1/6/2015 by Tim from Dover,NH

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                                                      A:

                                                      I have not experienced any problems with condensate return. My radiators
                                                      cool enough for the valve to open and allow drainage before the wall
                                                      thermostat kicks the boiler on again. Occasionally, you will hear one open
                                                      and suck in air as the radiator cools.

                                                      Answered on 1/14/2015 by Anonymous
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                                                      i have 4 off these valves installed never had no such problem.your steam pipes are pitched so gravity will allow water to run back tru the system regardless wether its open or not . the valve will open eventually when the room temp drops.

                                                      Answered on 1/6/2015 by Anonymous
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                                                      A:

                                                      No. There is no vacuum breaker, so your radiator will eventually fill with water. Use Danfoss instead, they use their own 'across the seat' integrated vacuum breaker.
                                                      sent from my mobile device...

                                                      Answered on 1/6/2015 by Anonymous
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                                                    Q:

                                                    I don't see tempiture settings on the valve just numbers. Is there a key that puts the number to degrees?
                                                    Asked on 11/24/2014 by Mark from Boston ma

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                                                      A:

                                                      Somewhere in the middle of the range of numbers on the dial will be your
                                                      comfort zone. You will just have to experiment a bit. I eventually marked
                                                      all of mine with a sharpie at the 70 degree spot for each particular room.
                                                      With the thermostatic control being so close to the radiator, and the
                                                      potential radiator size being almost infinite, as well as the possible room
                                                      size, any markings in degrees would be inaccurate.
                                                      There are other optional remote mounted thermostatic controls that can be
                                                      used with these valves which resemble a traditional wall mounted thermostat
                                                      that are marked in degrees. Some even are digital thermostats that can be
                                                      programmed. They are obviously much more costly and more complicated to
                                                      install.
                                                      Using the simple dial controls has worked great for me. I have them in
                                                      almost every room. I have eliminated hot/cold spots and ended up cutting
                                                      my gas bill down enough to pay for all of them in the first winter.
                                                      Good luck!!

                                                      Answered on 12/6/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                      There's no direct correlation to degrees. You need to set the valve to a
                                                      number and see what you like. There is sometimes a faint clicking in the
                                                      know as you turn it so you can tell at which number the current temp of
                                                      your room lines up.
                                                      Sent from my phone. Please excuse any typos.

                                                      Answered on 11/24/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                      A:

                                                      no its just a reference # that you adjust to your comfort level like high & low except with 4 different comfort levels. you have to figure it yourself with a thermometer to see roughly where it shuts off

                                                      Answered on 11/24/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                      A:

                                                      This is just the valve. You have to order the thermostat separately. Be aware that this unit does NOT have an integrated vacuum breaker which can be problematic on one pipe systems. If you require a vacuum breaker, check out the Danfoss units.
                                                      sent from my mobile device...

                                                      Answered on 11/24/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                    Q:

                                                    I have a single pipe steam system with radiators throughout the house. On most of the units I have a MaidoMist Steam vent.
                                                    I would like to control the heat better in just one of my rooms.
                                                    Do I need both the Honeywell Braukmann T100M2056 & V2043HSL10?
                                                    and...
                                                    What is the difference between the V2043HSL10 and the V2042HSL10?
                                                    Asked on 10/24/2011 by Jeff from Gaylordsville, CT

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                                                      A:

                                                      Yes, you would need parts T100M2056 and V2043HSL10. Part V2043HSL10 includes an air vent, but V2042HSL10 does not.

                                                      Answered on 11/23/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                                                    What are the actual dimensions of the valve - how high, how deep?
                                                    Asked on 10/8/2011 by Anonymous

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                                                    where is the thermostat (or control knob)?
                                                    Asked on 10/9/2010 by Anonymous

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                                                      A:

                                                      The thermostat (control knob) needs to be purchased separately. Please contact our customer service representatives since this is a special order item.

                                                      Answered on 10/11/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                                                      A:

                                                      You have to buy that piece separately. You have two options from Honeywell the type that you can lock to prevent tampering or the one I got - the T100M2056

                                                      Answered on 3/15/2011 by MM from Chicago
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