Temperature gauge? Help

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  1. Lewis

    Lewis Well-Known Member
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    Hi,

    Really struggling to source a temperature gauge to see what temperature I'm running at. Boiler is in the back of the van and I can't see the temp when working from the rear of the van. Would need to tee into hose pipe size on a t-piece.

    Hope this makes sense.
     
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  2. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    It's what comes out of the wfp brush is all that I'm woried about if too hot to be honest and is easaly checked with a hand held tds meter. I run my wfp hose on the outside of my poles so can also tell that way if it's getting too hot or not.
     
  3. Lewis

    Lewis Well-Known Member
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    Yeah I guess so fella, thanks. I run the boiler about 52degrees.
    Have you got a flue on yours smurf?
    That's the hardest thing to find ever 90* elbow
     
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    No I've never bothered with a flue as is on my pf trolley by the side loading door
     
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