Salus CT100 manual

Salus CT100
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manualSalus CT100
Instruction Manual

Model No CT100

Cylinder / Pipe Thermostat

The CT100 thermostat requires no specialmaintenance. Periodically, the outer casing can bewiped clean using a dry cloth (please DO NOT usesolvents, polishes, detergents or abrasive cleaners,as these can damage the thermostat).There are no user serviceable parts within the unit;any servicing or repairs should only be carried outby SALUS Controls or their appointed agents.Should the CT100 thermostat fail to function correctly, check:
The CT100 temperature has been set correctly.
Heating system time switch or programmer is switched on.
SALUS Controls warrants that this product will befree from any defect in materials or workmanship,and shall perform in accordance with itsspecification, for a period of two years from thedate of installation. SALUS Controls sole liability forbreach of this warranty will be (at its option) torepair or replace the defective product.
Model: CT100
Type: Surface mounted mechanical
thermostat designed for hot water
cylinder or pipe applications.
Height: 105 mm
Width: 45 mm
Depth: 50 mm
Switching Voltage: 230V AC, 50Hz
Switching Current: 16A resistive, 4A inductive
Contact Type: Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT)
Range: 40 ºC to 80 ºC
Operating Temperature: 0 ºC to + 55 ºC
Storage Temperature: - 20 ºC to + 60 ºC
The CT100 thermostat switches on and off the heat
supply from the boiler to the hot water cylinder. It
works by sensing the temperature of the water inside
the cylinder, switching on the water heating when the
temperature falls below the thermostat setting, and
switching it off once this set temperature has been
The CT100 thermostat has an easily adjustable, clearly
marked scale, and the temperature should normally be
set at between 60 ºC and 65 ºC. This temperature
setting is high enough to kill off any harmful bacteria in
the water - raising the temperature of the stored hot
water any higher will result in wasted energy and
increases the risk of scalding.
If your boiler has a control thermostat it should always
be set to a higher temperature than the cylinder
thermostat. In most boilers, a single boiler thermostat
controls the temperature of water sent to both the
cylinder and radiators, although in some there are two
separate boiler thermostats.
Turning a cylinder thermostat to a higher setting will
not make the water heat up any faster. How quickly the
water will heat up depends on the design of the
heating system.
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Salus CT100 specifications

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Brand Salus
Model CT100
Product Thermostats
Language English
Filetype Usermanual (PDF), Datasheet (PDF)

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