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Water Heater Thermocouple Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides useful search tools to find leading water heater thermocouple manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source water heater thermocouple manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate water heater thermocouple companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture water heater thermocouples for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading water heater thermocouple manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for power vent water heaters, thermocouples for premium plus water heaters, or thermocouple assembly water heaters.

  • Garland, TX 800-889-5478

    We carry a full range of thermocouple products, including our line of water heater thermocouple products for use in water heaters. We are experts in our field, as we have over 40 years of industry experience. We take the time to ensure that all of your needs are met no matter how large or small. Find out how we can be of service to you when you contact us today!

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  • Quakertown, PA 800-784-3783

    We manufacture a full line of Thermocouples to fit your application. Temperatures from cryogenic to 4000F, and sizes ranging from needle thin to several thousand pound multipoint temperature sensors. In addition to our standardized product lines, TTEC offers design solutions to meet the specific needs of your application. Our products are in use worldwide, in almost every industry. Give us a call today to discuss your requirements.

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  • Mississauga, ON 905-238-7060

    Kelvin Technologies is a high-quality thermocouple manufacturer, representative, and distributor for all of your electrical heating, temperature controlling, and temperature sensing requirements. Our products are engineered and manufactured in-house to address specific requirements, such as higher temperatures and more compact profiles. With over 100 years of combined experience, all of us at Kelvin Technologies take pride in the quality of product and level of service we provide our customers.

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  • St. Francis, MN 800-272-5709

    Temperature Specialists, Incorporated is a manufacturer of quality thermocouples. Temperature Specialists provide solutions for your sensing needs by building to meet your specifications. Feel free to visit their comprehensive and helpful website for full descriptions of their state-of-the-art line of quality products and services or call their experts with any questions.

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  • Danvers, MA 978-777-0070

    Backer Hotwatt manufactures a complete line of electric heating elements for a wide range of uses. We offer a broad product line of cartridge heating elements, tubular heating elements and immersion heating elements. Custom heating elements-crankcase heaters, ceramic heaters and more are available, such as heating coils & ceramic heating elements. We have been creating heating elements for 60 years.

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Water Heater Thermocouple

Water heater thermocouples are important safety devices in most residential gas-fueled water heating systems. They are used primarily to prevent the dangerous release of natural gas within a residential environment, which could cause an explosion, fire or even death if inhaled over an extended period of time.

A water heater thermocouple is designed like a standard type K thermocouple, composed of 2 dissimilar metal alloy wires that are welded together at one end to measure and monitor temperatures. Water heater thermocouples are installed on the exterior of the water tank and often have a dial that allows altering of the temperature settings, although when most measure heat that generates a current of 20 millivolts or less, the gas is automatically turned off. Thermocouple instruments for water heaters are connected by a series of metal tubes to the pilot light and main burner, and can easily be replaced if needed. They are seen in almost every residential or smaller commercial building such as offices and stores that have a hot water system which is heated by gas. Some newer systems have replaced a standing pilot light and thermocouple with solid state controls that are operated by electronic ignition.

The main purpose of a water heater thermocouple is to ensure the pilot light of a water heating system is working properly. The pilot, which ignites the main gas burner used to heat the tank reservoir, ensures that the gas is immediately ignited and does not build up within the tank, a safety hazard that is likely to end in an explosion. As a temperature sensor, the thermocouple monitors whether or not the pilot light is burning by sensing the temperature or heat being produced. If it has stopped burning, the thermocouple stops the flow of gas before it is able to build up at the burner head. The thermocouple is mainly composed of two wires of differing metals that are joined at a junction that forms a sensor tip. This sensor of thermocouple wire is positioned directly into the hottest part of the pilot light’s flame. The wires are protected by a metal covering and travel to a thermostat which measures the temperature. The heat of the pilot light produces an electric current that travels down the wires. If the thermocouple measures the current and determines it is hot enough, it sends a signal to the gas supply, causing it to open, or remain open. If the heat is too low, the gas supply is turned off. Like other thermocouples or temperature sensors, those used in water heating systems are very reliable, ensure safety and last for long periods of time.

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