Refrigeratedtransporter 429 Selco Thermostat

Selco offers cold capillary thermostats

Jan. 11, 2010
Selco Products Company offers cold capillary thermostats to the refrigerated truck industry.

Selco Products Company offers cold capillary thermostats to the refrigerated truck industry.

These controls offer an ideal solution for refrigeration and air-conditioner applications. They handle high current up to 20 amps and have narrow differentials. They are available in a wide selection of pre-set adjustable or fixed temperature ranges from –31° to 59° F (–36° to 15° C).

WK and WK-H Series general-purpose thermostats provide accurate temperature control and high sensitivity for a wide range of freezers, refrigerators, beverage coolers, and display case applications. There is a narrow-differential and a forced-off function. These series can be used with DC current with inductive loads. Fixed operating temperatures (without shaft) are also available.

The WD Series constant cut-in thermostat provides forced-on or forced-off and automatic cycle defrosting in refrigeration systems. Cut-in temperature varies at each cam position, but defrosting temperature remains the same. It is used as a component of controlling in two-door and two-temperature refrigerators and freezers. Mainly built to custom specifications, it comes complete with a variety of mounting hardware, including brackets, terminals, dial plates, and knobs.

The WS Series push-button defrost thermostat has a combined function of refrigerator cycling control and manual defrosting with a push-button shaft in the center of the adjusting shaft. Defrost starts when the push button is pressed. It terminates automatically as temperature rises to a pre-set point, then the unit continues its normal running cycle.

With universal adaptability in mind, these controls are designed to replace many OEM controls, providing the user additional options and convenience during equipment manufacturing and repair.

Access or call 775-674-5100.

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