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Line Voltage Heating Cooling Thermostat 


thermostat markel tw1510 line voltage 120-277 volt

Model# TW1512 Markel (shown)
Model# 2E660 Dayton 

This Heavy Duty Industrial Thermostat allows you to set  your fans or heaters to automatically turn ON or OFF.  When the temperature reaches your chosen level  the equipment activates or turns off.  Excellent for use in Agriculture, Warehouses, Boiler rooms and any other commercial or industrial applications.
Dayton Temperature Range: 50'f to 86'f [10'c to 33'c] degrees. 
Markel Temperature Range: 40'f to 90'f degrees. 
Positive ON, Positive OFF (snap acting switch)
SPST (single pole single throw
Rated: 120-277Volt AC, 25.0amps 
Metal Cover, Mounts on Wall (mounting template included)
New Surplus

Size: 6-1/2"H x 4"W x 3-1/2"D    Wt. 2 lbs. 

Qty  Markel Thermostat # TW1512 : $79.00 each While Stocks Last

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