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Safeguard 170 Series Low Water Cut-Off Control

$11900 /each
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Product Overview

Improve the safety and efficiency of your boiler by installing this Safeguard 170 Series Low Water Cut-Off Control. It cuts heater power in low-water conditions. It will reinstate it at normal levels.

  • Automatically resets
  • Compatible with most residential and commercial boilers
  • Heavy-duty construction provides long-lasting use
  • Contacts for optional low-water alarm (not included) let you expand your water heater set-up; SPDT switch contacts
  • 160 psi maximum operating pressure; 5.8 FLA and 34.8 LRA switching capacity

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Customer Questions & Answers

operating voltage 24 volt or 110volts

Asked by: bob
That is a great question and a source of a lot of confusion even for seasoned heating professionals. In my experience this is because they typically have experience with one low water cut off and one way of having it wired and repeat that process out of habit, not realizing there are more than one way to skin a cat. Thus I have always made it a best practice to ask the plumber and or the electrician, What specific brand and model of low water cut off do you feel comfortable using and I get them that one; regardless of other options. It just makes works better in the long run. Now to your specific question. This low water cut off is typically used on Water boilers now that a few states require them on all boilers. Steam boilers usually use a different model with built in time delays so that the fluctuation in the water level in a steam boiler don;t cause the control to shut the boiler off and on. The control will need a 120 volt power source however the control circuit can accomidate either 120 volt or 24 volt. If you would like to discuss this further please give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-09-20
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