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Mounting Instructions

Incorporated sensor, remote sensor

The thermostatic valve with incorporated sensor must not be mounted in such a way that the valve will be covered with any curtains, radiator covers or panelling etc., or be fitted in narrow alcoves or even be mounted in vertical position as in such cases no precise temperature control will be possible. Otherwise a remote sensor or remote dial will be indispensable.Incorporated sensor, remote sensor

The thermostatic valve with incorporated sensor must not be mounted in such a way that the valve will be covered with any curtains, radiator covers or panelling etc., or be fitted in narrow alcoves or even be mounted in vertical position as in such cases no precise temperature control will be possible. Otherwise a remote sensor or remote dial will be indispensable.

Correct Incorrect
correct | The air of the room can circulate around the thermostatic head without any obstacle. incorrect | The thermostatic head with incorporated sensor must not be fitted in a vertical position.
Correct Incorrect
correct | The remote sensor can capture the room temperature without any obstacle. incorrect | The thermostatic head with incorporated sensor must not be covered with curtains.

Remote dial

When mounting an underfloor convector (radiator mounted underfloor), or if the thermostatic head is covered with furniture or any similar item, a remote dial should be installed. The latter captures the room temperature without any obstacle and offers a comfortable operation for the purpose of setting the temperature.

Remote Dial Remote Dial
underfloor convector built-in cupboard

Note

All IMI Hydronic Engineering thermostatic heads are duly adjusted in a climatic chamber without any external influences like heat accumulation, insolation etc. Depending upon the mounting or operating conditions, the desired temperature can, in isolated cases, only be achieved after having set a deviating temperature. But this, of course, has neither any influence on the regulating accuracy nor on energy saving. As a rule heating systems are usually so designed that excessive temperatures (Index figures 4 and 5) will not be reached in most cases. This, the more so, is applicable to weather-controlled supply temperatures or to the heat generator respectively.