Duct Limit Switch Made in The USAAre you in search of a premium-quality, reliable duct high limit switch crafted in the USA? Look no further than Firestat! Our range of duct switches offers both adjustable and fixed options, with operating temperatures spanning from 100°F to 250°F, and probe lengths available in 5”, 7.5”, and 11”. Plus, they are proudly manufactured right here in the USA! To purchase, click here.

Firestat Duct Limit Switch Made in the USA

With a USA made limit switch, rest assured of not just superior quality but also potentially shorter shipping times compared to products sourced from abroad.

  • UL Approved
  • Compliant with Section 607.3.1. of the North Carolina Mechanical Building Code.

Duct Limit ControlThe Firestat Duct Fan and Limit Thermostat Switches operate on the principle of helix bi-metal elements, ensuring HVAC safety. These elements detect rapid temperature changes, expanding accordingly to trigger a snap action switch that either opens or closes a circuit. Typically installed in air ducts, these switches are vital for shutting down heating, air conditioning, and ventilation systems in apartment complexes and other multi-dwelling units when air temperature surpasses the designated threshold.

When it comes to ensuring the optimal performance and safety of your HVAC system, Firestat stands out as the premier choice for duct high limit switches made in the USA. With a comprehensive range of features, including adjustable or fixed options, a wide operating temperature range, and customizable probe lengths, our switches are designed to meet the diverse needs of your duct system with unmatched precision and reliability.

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CEMCO Duct Limit Switches

The Firestat Duct Fan and Limit Thermostat Switches operate using the same physics to ensure HVAC safety. A helix bi-metal element senses a rapid temperature change. When the temperature changes the bi-metal expands and triggers a snap action switch and either opens or closes a circuit. These switches are commonly installed in air ducts designed to shut down heating, air conditioning and ventilation equipment in apartment complexes and other multiple dwelling units when air temperature exceeds the set point.

UL & cUL Approved
Made in the U.S.A.