Micro Snap Action Switches, Float Switches, Air Flow Sensors…

Snap Action Switches for HVAC Systems

Senasys manufacturers a variety of snap action switches for HVAC systems in addition to our temperature and pneumatic switches. Common snap action switches used in HVAC systems use a sail or styrene float actuator. The sail actuator detects when air flow is present and the styrene float actuator notices when a defined fluid level is in the system.

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Air Flow Switches for HVAC Systems

sail snap action switch detects air flow

Sail switches are used to sense air flow within a system. When air flow is lost in the system, the sail switch will trigger an appliance such as a booster fan to restore air flow. The sail switch is a stable, low cost solution for sensing air flow and pressure.

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HVAC Float Switchfloat switch detects liquid level

Our condensate / styrene float switches sense a pre-defined liquid levels, such as a dehumidifier drip pan. When the level is met, this simple float switch kicks on a pump to lower the water level or shuts the appliance down. The HVAC float switch is designed with a Stainless Steel leaf and styrene float for an economical solution to monitor liquid levels.

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Temperature Switches for HVAC Systems

Temperature Switch in HVAC Systems

In addition to our micro snap action switches, Senasys manufactures a wide array of temperature switches for HVAC systems including bi-metal snap disc thermostats, capillary and bulb thermostats and duct limit switches. The temperature switches for HVAC systems typically are used as a fan or limit when a pre-defined temperature is reached.

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