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Temperature Setting

Every desired room temperature can be set by simply turning the thermostatic head (Colder  = colder, Warmer = warmer). In this case, the setting arrow must point at the relevant setting position (index figure, graduation line, symbol). Intermediate adjustments are possible. The temperature difference from index figure to index figure is about 4°C, and from graduation line to graduation line about 1°C. Recommended by us is a temperature setting of the index figure 3 with the sun symbol, and this represents the basic setting of about 20°C. With a view to saving energy a temperature setting above index figure 4 should be avoided, provided that already a lower temperature setting will be sufficient for comfortableness. It should especially be noted that only 1°C of a lower temperature saves approx. 6% of the heating cost.

Reduced night performance 
In the evening, the thermostatic head should be turned to the right to reach the moon symbol, or, when using the blue economy clip as a limitation, to this limit stop. Experience proved that the -setting will be fully sufficient. In the morning the thermostatic head must simply be turned to the left in order to reach the desired temperature setting position or, when the red economy clip will be used as a limitation, to this limit stop. Even during a longer absence a temperature reduction is advised to be effected.

Reduced night performance Night

In the evening, the thermostatic head should be turned to the right to reach the moon symbol, or, when using the blue economy clip as a limitation, to this limit stop. Experience proved that the Night-setting will be fully sufficient. In the morning the thermostatic head must simply be turned to the left in order to reach the desired temperature setting position or, when the red economy clip will be used as a limitation, to this limit stop. Even during a longer absence a temperature reduction is advised to be effected.

Tmperature

Anti-frost protection setting Frost

In case of a longer absence in winter, the anti-frost position warrants that the temperature in the rooms will not drop below 6°C, provided, however, the heating system is in operation and, thus, the rooms will be protected from frost damage. This said anti-frost protection setting can also be chosen for rooms unused during the winter period.

Front side setting aid

The front side of the thermostatic head serves as temperature setting aid in case of bad vision on the circumferential printing or as setting orientation from a larger distance. The settings of the markings left and right to the Sun correspond to 16°C or 24°C respectively.

Setting aid for visually handicapped persons

If the thermostatic head is turned in such a way that the perceptible markings are opposite to the setting arrow, a temperature setting of ca. 20°C will be reached. Starting from this said basic setting by feeling and counting the grooves and by correspondingly turning the thermostatic head to the desired setting position, the desired temperature setting position can be reached whenever the relevant groove will be opposite to the setting arrow. The distance between each groove in