These are the core parts installed in diverse thermal management systems of automobiles, ships, railroads, showers, and home heating. This group of parts helps maintain the desired temperature by detecting water temperature and activating valves according to the set temperature.
In an automobile engine cooling system, the automotive thermostat opens/closes the valve until the temperature of the coolant reaches and maintains the optimum operating temperature level.
In the engine cooling system of ships, railways, or compressors, it opens/closes the valve until the temperature of the cooling water reaches and maintains the optimum operating temperature level.
These elements are assembled into a shower cartridge so that the desired shower temperature can be set and reached. In particular, it protects the users from the risk of being burnt due to sudden cold water outages.
These elements are assembled into a home heating actuator to open/close the heating water valve by running the actuator; this operation helps reach the desired indoor temperature.
Rubber serves as component parts of an element. High-pressure-resistant and highly-durable H-NBR and FKM are used for manufacturing of rubber. It is also used for sealing of various fluids.
The engineering plastics can replace conventional metal materials in a thermostat as the plastics feature high strength and a lighter weight.