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    120 Volt Thermostat

    I'm just curious if anyone has any preferences on a durable no frill 120 volt thermostat for a busy auto repair facility.

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    T26S-18C penn johnson
    T651A3018 honeywell
    Simple, manual dial control

    PSPLV512 luxpro
    Digital, programmable

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    The Honeywell T65 was under consideration but I haven't tried 1 out yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justdan View Post
    I'm just curious if anyone has any preferences on a durable no frill 120 volt thermostat for a busy auto repair facility.
    OK Why Durable?

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    Your favorite 24V stat and a fan center.

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    Well moisture & lots of dirt in the air

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    I would like to change my recommendation from a regular 24v thermostat and fan center to a 24V stat with remote sensor and fan center. A sensor will hold up to dirt and moisture better than any mechanical stat and is cheaper when it comes time to replace the sensor. Put the stat where it is protected.

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    That's a great idea BNME8EZ I will definitely give the remote sensor some careful consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justdan View Post
    That's a great idea BNME8EZ I will definitely give the remote sensor some careful consideration.
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    LOL I'll put that on the bill too

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