UNIVERSAL GAS THERMOCOUPLES
Universal fitting for the following to name a few.
- White Rodgers
- ITT Controls
- Alle Uitvoeringen
How do they work?
The thermocouple is a gas furnace component near to the pilot light burner. Its a safety device that will shuts off the gas if the pilot light goes out or the electric igniter fails.
If the pilot light doesn’t stay lit, the thermocouple may be faulty and should be adjusted or replaced. To adjust the thermocouple, you must tighten the thermocouple nut with a wrench. Take care not to apply too much pressure to the nut — just tighten it slightly. Then try lighting the pilot. If the pilot won’t stay lit, replace the thermocouple with a new one of the same type.
UNIVERSAL PILOT BURNERS
These gas pilot burners are used with our gas thermocouples and ignitors, they are supplied with 4 and 6 mm nuts and olives making them suitable for both sizes. We stock the 3 way side entry version that is suitable for Natural and LP gas.Share This: