Heater and System Controls

Simple to Sophisticated

SRP offers the most extensive range of control options to select the best method for your specific building.


The superior control solution can be completely customized to building activities delivering a fully optimized system resulting in maximum fuel savings.

The SRP ACCU-RATE® PRO controller’s ‘brainpower’ gathers data to anticipate and respond to the requirements, giving facility managers access to real-time monitoring and control of actual temperature conditions; trending, graphing, diagnostics and alarm notifications from any web-enabled device. It is BACnet IP; BACnet MS/TP; compatible with any existing BACnet control system; and expandable accommodate any size or type of equipment; all within an intuitive, fully customized interface. Click here to download the SRP ACCU-RATE PRO® BROCHURE



Please refer to Controls Reference Manual

Black Bulb Radiant Sensor
Black Bulb Radiant Sensor
ZonePRO Modulating Thermostat
ZonePRO™ Modulating Thermostats
Single or Two Stage Thermostat
Single or Two Stage Thermostat
Premier Control Panel
Premier Control Panel
(Up to 4 Zones)
VFD Modulating Control
VFD Modulating Control
  • Specifically designed to measure the effective radiant temperature within the space heated
  • Capable of connecting to any single stage, two stage or modulating thermostat that will take NTC 10K Type II sensors.
  • Digital display, analog thermostats for full modulation
  • Attractive, cost-effective alternative to expensive
    modulating systems
  • Fixed rate control cycles the system ON and OFF around a set point
  • Two stage control system is designed to fire at either high or low rate
  • Accessories include timers, night set back and seven day programming
  • Single Stage Operation.  
  • Centralizes the electrical operation of the System into one Panel box with up to 4 zones with post purge on one pump maximum
  • Entire system modulation by modulating vacuum pump
  • Optional post purge
  • Optional night set back using timer
  • BMS communication using communication thermostat