Radiant Control has introduced the Kanmor 084e discreet heating sensor, which it says is the first that can be hidden from view in plaster or plasterboard.

The sensor mounts flush into the wall and can be skimmed over before the wall finish is complete. It compensates for the temperature drop through the plaster skim, giving architects and interior designers more scope and flexibility since the wall is left flush.

The sensor consists of a thermistor mounted on a white ABS plastic disk. The sensor material is corrosion-resistant, which means the drywall installer or decorator is able to skim over the disk, or paint it to blend in with the wall. It can be connected to any Kanmor 500 Series thermostat for remote temperature-sensing applications.

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