Stauff Temperature Switch (Type TS)

Designed to replace the lower banjo bolt of a level gauge, this switch caters for temperatures of up to 70 °C, and is exclusively available from HFT – one of the country’s largest filtration technology warehouses! Enquire today for pricing or for more information.


  • Replaces the lower banjo bolt of the level gauge
  • Available for bolt size M12 only
  • Clearance hole: 013 mm / 0.51 in


  • Metal parts made of Steel (1 .071 8)
  • Plastic parts made of glass-fibre reinforced Polyamide (PA)

Electrical Specifications (General)

  • Thermo switch is activated when the fluid temperature reaches the respective switching temperature
  • Available with switching temperatures of +60 °C / +140 °F, +70°C/-i-158°F+80°C/-t-176°For+90°C/+194°F (with a switching tolerance of ±5°C / ±9°F and a hysteresis of 35 °C / 63 °F)
  • Available as a break contact (normally closed) or make contact (normally open)
  • Either equipped with industrial standard connector (types C / 0) or five-pin circular connector Ml 2 (types CD / OD)
  • Thermo switch can be rotated by 360° to its final direction

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