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Thermostat for steam, best?

Honeywell got it right with this one. Excellent for steam.

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  • Bob Schultz
    Bob Schultz Member Posts: 38
    Thermostat for steam, best?

    I recently replaced an older mercury switch honeywell with a newer digital honeywell, the round type. From a bronzed color one to a round white one. I had the anticipator on the old one that worked well. If the Thermostat was set to 70 degrees when it dipped below that it would kick the heat on. I had the anticipator set to the highest level so it would stay on a few degrees past 70.
    Now with the new one, I set the dip switches for steam heat and the differential is working both ways around the set mark. It waits until its like 67 or 68 to kick on and then stays on till like 72. I am not happy with it. Any ideas on a newer thermostat that would do what my old one did? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Kind of miss my old thermostat.
    Thanks,
    Ted
  • adambuild
    adambuild Member Posts: 413
    Stat

    We keep one model of thermostat in stock and have had great luck with them. The HONEYWELL VISIONPro 8000. Available at plumbing supply only. Excellent for steam, and everything else!
  • Bob Schultz
    Bob Schultz Member Posts: 38
    Thanks

    Thank you for the advice. I just ordered the visionpro 8000.
  • ed_17
    ed_17 Member Posts: 12


    How about cycle rate? Is that adjustable? I notice the chronotherm has that feature, does the 8000? ed
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