Thermal actuator with First-open
The actuators are mainly used in floor heating systems to control closing and opening of the valves. It is specifically applied to electric drive part of the branch manifold valve, small valve and dynamic balance valve.
Compact size, small dimensions
Fast installation and disassembly
Low power consumption
Full view stroke indication
Temperature control in intelligent HVAC systems on the market not aimed at energy saving will end nowhere- starting with the use of room thermostats and terminal thermal actuators.
Thermal actuator is widely used in floor heating system and ceiling radiant heating and cooling systems, air conditioning systems, radiator hydronic heating system, and other systems that require temperature control or fluid on-off control, automatically switch the controlled loops by receiving signals from room thermostats or other electrical switches. Thus, electric actuators play a vital role in heating and cooling. Usually used in combination with a ufh manifold.
SMLG offers two complete control heating systems that you can choose from, depending on your preferences and needs.
One refers to a wireless control automation system, where the wall thermostat communicates with the control terminal block via radio waves.
The other is a traditional wired automation system that requires the installation of wires connecting its individual components.
A broad range of devices for different applications
With wifi and non-wifi two styles
Wired Base station with heat pump and boiler control
With 8 zones in 24V/230V
Voltage: 230V/24V/12V Thermal Actuator
Control direction: Normally Closed (NC)
Power consumption: 2W
Working temperature: -5℃-60℃
Protection Grade: IP41
Standard: EN 60730
Closing and opening time: 3-5mins
Housing material: PA66+30%GF
If you want to develop new thermal actuator, our team will assist you to achieve your idea according to these details as follow:
-Supply the shape design.
-Supply the spring force.
-Supply the voltage.
-Supply the dimension of full open and close for valve.