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Smartfit Heads

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Smartfit woes, 1 Dec 2019.

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    Smartfit woes

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    Hi,

    I've been looking into integrating my smartfit system with an evohome and I've quickly realised it's not possible. I'm going to have to replace my controls but I'd really rather not have to do any plumbing... With that in mind does anyone know of any suitable actuator heads I can use with the smartfit valves? I've got 2 ports for the HWS and CH

    Thankfully everything is in the airing cupboard so rewiring the heads and cylinder stat won't be a headache, they've even used 1mm for the wall stat so I can utilise that for my evohome controller it's just these pesky smartfit valves I'm worried about.
     
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    The Smartfit stuff is obsolete, apart from S/H stuff on ebay. It's low voltage, and the 240 volt honeywell heads will not fit the existing valve bodies, so it may well mean a bit of plumbing work and a bit of rewiring to convert it to a standard S Plan.
     
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    Ok thanks, not worried about the rewiring but I was really hoping to avoid draining down etc and plumbing new valves in
     
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