Thermometer, 1/2" NPT, 2-1/2" Dial, 32-250F, 1-1/2" stem
Brand: Honeywell
Part#: GT162
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Honeywell GT162 is a Thermometer with 2 1/2" dial size and 1/2" NPT Well threaded connection, was specially designed for use in hydronic heating systems. Brass thermowell is included to allow the thermometer to be removed without draining the system.

Honeywell's GT162 Thermometer boasts wide temperature range and a 2-1/2" Dial Size. The Second-generation material is far more durable, making it less prone to breakage. The GT162 Thermometer was tested and calibrated under closely controlled conditions ensuring reliability. New GT162 provides the ultimate performance and unparalleled functionality.

  • Brass thermowell is included to allow the thermometer to be removed without draining the system
  • 2 1/2" Dial Size
  • 1/2" NPT connection

Technical Specifications:
  • Temperature Range: 32F to 250F
  • Dial Size: 2 1/2"
  • Connection Type: NPT
  • Connection Size: 1/2"
  • Length: 1 1/2"
  • Weight: 0.25 lb
  • Materials, Case: steel
  • Well: brass
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1 years manufacturer's warranty from the date of purchase
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Great Thermometer
Nice easy to see thermometer. Had no problems with them. I use them often on heat systems. comes with a nice well that makes changing easy.
By Verified Buyer (from southern WV) on 10/16/2015
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Nice gauge.
I'm pleased with the looks of this gauge. Nice stainless shell and crisp clean lettering on the dial. I like the extended low range, my domestic water well temp and radiant gauges match. If only they had a pressure gauge that matched!
By Radiant Newbie (from Plymouth, MI) on 01/10/2012
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Great Prices
Great prices, super shipping and web site.
By Greg (from Owatonna) on 01/09/2012
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Quality thermometer
I have a few of these for a radiant system and these are the highest quality I have seen around.
By iksea (from Seattle) on 05/10/2011