Commercial - 1/4" BJWA Thermostat w/ 150° - 400° Range

  • Price: $199.20/EA
  • Shipping Info: Stock item, same day shipping M-F
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Product Details

 

  • BJWA type with dial
  • 1/4” pipe size
  • 150° - 400°F temperature range
  • 3/16” x 8” bulb size
  • 36” capillary
  • This is a kit to fit many griddles

Equivalent to Part Numbers:

  • APW Wyott: 2000100
  • Bloomfield: 2T-39282
  • Cecilware: L032A,L032F,L032T
  • DCS: 55764-03
  • Franklin Chef: 147905,147904
  • Garland: 227000
  • Imperial: 1100
  • Jade: 4610100000
  • Montague: R99,03384-7,B-36,G-15,3384-7
  • Southbend: 1174337
  • Star Manufacturing: 2T-39281,2T-39282,WS-59281,WS-59282
  • Vulcan Hart: 802116-1,00-802116-00001,13523,19362,2116,713523,723257,723258,802116-00001,920028
  • Wells: 2T-39282,59281,59282,2T-39281


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Commercial1/4" BJWA Thermostat w/ 150° - 400° Range
 
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5.0

Exactly what I needed. Great price!

By love2cook

from Pacific NW

Pros

  • Exact Fit
  • High Quality

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      Comments about Commercial 1/4" BJWA Thermostat w/ 150° - 400° Range:

      I needed a replacement thermostat for a used off brand griddle that I had purchased. I spent hours on line looking for a replacement but most websites were vague regarding part numbers and compatibility. When I checked Tundra it actually listed what brands the thermostat fit and gave an excellent description of the parts included. After finding the part number I needed on Tundra I checked some of the other suppliers on line for pricing and found Tundra to be the best value. I ordered the part and it was shipped quickly and was well packaged. Status emails were sent from Tundra every step of the way. The thermostat bolted right up with no issues and works spot on. I will use Tundra again in the future.

      Service and delivery comments:

      You seem to have one of everything. Good website. Quality product.

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      • Q:

        Controls for a Jade gas griddle

        I bought a used Jade 36" griddle. It has the Jade RobertShaw knobs but they rotate clockwise and start with HI and then moves to cooler temps. I've noticed that the controls are Inversys controls.
        Although the unit works, we rotate through Hi first and then to a temp that we cannot trust with respect to actual temperature on the surface.
        I thinking that the dude that rebuilt this unit used non standard controls but the original knobs.
        So, I either think I need to replace all three controls (eek, expensive!) or find the knobs for the Inversys controls I have in the unit.
        Any Ideas?
        Asked on 3/21/2012 by farmtab from colorado

        1 answer

        • A:

          If you're Jade griddle is model number JGT-2436, then this is indeed the thermostat/dial combo that you would want if you were going to replace each control.

          Alternatively, I've attached just the dial below. If turned clockwise it starts on the low setting. I don't know if it's your Inversys thermostat that's starting on high once turned clockwise. If this is the case, the new knob won't help judge temperature as it starts on low when your griddle starts on high.

          If you can provide your griddle's model number we may be able to assist you further.
          https://www.etundra.com/restaurant-parts/cooking-equipment-parts/knobs-dials/commercial-150-degrees-400-degrees-bjwa-thermostat-dial/

          Answered on 3/22/2012 by Andrew Call from Boulder, CO
      • Q:

        Imperial range - Oven temp goes too high

        replaced this thermo but over still soars way above set temp. (Low stabzlizes at 375, 250 goes to 450)

        Cannot adjust flame any lower using bypass screw adjustment. Will the adjuctment in the middle of the know allow downward adjustment?

        Jason
        Asked on 5/18/2011 by Anonymous

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        • A:

          We will need more info to determine the problem but it sounds like your thermostat is stuck or may not be the exact OEM number of the one you just replaced. I would call a local service tech or our sales team to further diagnose the problem. 1.888.388.6372

          Answered on 5/23/2011 by Molly from Boulder, CO
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