30" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts) Zoom

30" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts)

SKU:1970-030

Brand: Robertshaw

Robertshaw
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$5.75
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$32.70 / box (6 units x $5.45)
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Lead Wire Length: 30"
Voltage:
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30mV
20mV

Description for Robertshaw 1970-030

The 1970 Series Uni-Couple's unique design allows for installation to virtually all pilot burners. The versatile zip nut may be pushed, pulled or threaded onto the thermocouple's rolled threads for proper positioning in every application. The stainless steel tip (longer life), extended cold junction (greater voltage output potential), copper tube (corrosion protection with low electrical resistance), and lock washer equipped coaxial connection (resists loosening due to vibration or changes in ambient temperature) make the Uni-Couple the single most versatile thermocouple available today

30" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts)

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Robertshaw60" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts)
 
4.7

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5.0

Perfect fit and quick installation

By David - General Contractor

from Charlotte, NC

Verified Buyer

Comments about 24" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts):

The thermo couple was an exact fit for my gas furnace. Because the package includes multiple adapters including the one I needed the job was a quick replacement. I have been purchasing from SupplyHouse.com for years and they have always provided exactly what was represented, shipped very quickly and were always transparent in their business dealings. I put them as one of my A+ vendors.

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4.0

Keep the Pilot Light Burning

By Tim

from New Jersey

Verified Buyer

Comments about 18" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts):

This was an exact replacement of the thermocouple used in our gas fireplace. Price was great and delivery was fast.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Thermocouple function and life

By John Tate

from Lincoln County NM

Verified Buyer

Comments about 24" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts):

Application is Raypak H-3 residential boiler's pilot light. Thermocouple functions well, but service life seems short ... only about a year.

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5.0

Got gas fireplace working like new

By Mel with working fireplace

from Erie, PA

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Comments about 18" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts):

Excellent replacement part that installed easily with no modification required.

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5.0

QUICK FIX

By CHEAP

from ONTARIO CANADA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 24" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts):

GOOD PRICE

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5.0

The only lead

By Sal

from Phila,Pa.

Verified Buyer

Comments about 36" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts):

A user friendly lead that is easy to install. No guessing on the spacers to secure in place, prefered stable positioning.Quick for target pilot burners.

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  • 60" Uni-Couple (20-30 Millivolts)

    Q:

    my electric range has a 54 inch thermocouple. all i can find is 48 & 60. will it matter if i put a 60 thermo couple on it?
    Asked on 2/13/2016 by lou from rapid city, sd

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      A:

      Thermocouples are pretty generic parts. The only specification that is important is the length. That being said using a 60" sounds like it would work but you want to be careful not to use too long of a thermocouple.

      Answered on 3/1/2016 by SupplyHouse Staff from New York
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