Thermowatt RTS-3 181348 (blue dial) Dual Function Rod / Stem Thermostat

Product Code: ST-305

Dual Function Rod / Stem Thermostat from the RTS3 range with adjustable trip and safety cut-out. Both functional and safety cut-out are bi-polar with bimetallic disc. This unit is depicted by a blue adjustment dial.

£17.40 £14.50 (ex VAT)

In stock

SKU: ST-305.

Category: .

Additional Information

Weight 0.1 kg
Preset Temp

75°C Max Op Trip, 85°C Safety

Length Inches


Thermostat Type

16Amp/250v Single Phase Rod / Stem Thermostat


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FAQs for Thermowatt RTS-3 181348 (blue dial)

Q: How many watt is the heating element in Thermowatt RTS 3 181317, 16A 250V

A: Hi The Thermowatt RTS-3 is a thermostat that can be used in varying immersion heaters with varying wattage's. There should be a part number around the side of the terminal cap this will give me the information with regards to the wattage. Thanks Mark

Q: I have a Thermowatt thermostat similar to above only with a yellow adjustment dial - is the blue one a higher temperature rating? I am needing a higher tank temperature than 65.

A: Morning Deryck, thank you for your question, The yellow version of the RTS (3412042) has a different cut out (70°C), Kind Regards, Phil.

Q: with a thermowatt stem thermometer what is the maximum temperature thermostat I can get can only see one rts-3 that max op70 cut out 85 ideally I need closer to 100 thanks

A: Afternoon James, we have one that goes upto 90 which is ST-307, if not, just give us a ring, Regards, Phil

Q: what is the maximum operating temperature version of these thermostats can I get or could I use another model also with a small diammater rod thanks

A: Afternoon James, The ST-305 goes up to 85 degrees, the ST-307 goes upto 90, Kind Regards, Phil.

Q: Hello, is Thermowatt RTS-3 181348 (blue dial) compatible to the device I have now, which reads "181317" on the side print? And how much would be shipping to Germany? Thank you very much, Peter Wiedemuth

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