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Thermistors

What is a Thermistor?

A Thermistor, also commonly known as a temperature sensor, flow sensor, NTC sensor or flue sensor, is used to sense the temperature of the water and air inside a heating system and sends a signal to the Printed Circuit Board (PCB). The Thermistor can be found in multiple locations in an electric boiler.

It is important to take your time to find the right Thermistor for your Electric Boiler. We have a large range in stock at Direct Heating Spares and if you are unsure please give us a call.

What can Direct Heating Spares do for me?

As one of the UKs leading supplier of boiler and plumbing spares we aim to restore your boiler, system or central heating to an optimal working order by providing high quality parts directly from the manufactures. We pride ourselves on giving all of our customers an outstanding customer service and a quick and efficient delivery service across the UK. If you are having difficulty finding the right parts for your appliance, our friendly customer service team will be more than happy to find the correct part for your appliance. We have over 20,000 different parts for a huge range of boilers and appliances from popular brands such as Ideal, Alpha, Worcester, Honeywell, Baxi and many more. If the parts you are looking for are showing as out of stock or are not listed on our website, please give our sales team a call and we can advise how soon we can obtain the item for you and what the total price will be. We have a dedicated purchasing team who always ensure that we have stock for the majority of parts and if we don't stock the part we can get it ordered in and delivered to you as quickly as possible. We can deliver directly to you or to one of our 3,000 collection points with a next day, pre-12pm, pre-10:30am, pre-9am deliveries across the UK