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Steam Valve Radiator Thermostat - Any Good?
I want to use a thermostat connected to the steam valve release that shuts off the valve when the temperature is reached, thereby turning the radiator off.
Rather than using a thermostatic steam valves that connect to the steam pipes coming into the radiator, like the one I looked up one on the web such as the Danfoss Non-Electric Actuator Zone Valve Dc1040.
So I have basically two questions:
1. Is setting each room by itself just a dumb consumer band-aid and the
real problem of the steam system should be fixed if the house can't be heated properly?
2. Is there a problem with using the release valve instead of the intake valve?
Thank you very much