Selecting the proper steam trap is important in effective operation of steam systems. Steam traps are automatic valves that open to pass condensate and close to prevent the flow of steam. The functions of a steam trap in a steam system are to:
  • Vent air from the system so steam can enter
  • Hold steam in the system until the steam latent heat is removed
  • Drain condensate from the system as it is formed after the latent heat is removed.
Removing condensate from piping helps prevent erosion and water hammer. Removing condensate from heat exchangers is required to make room for new steam for the heating process.

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Thermodisc Drain Valve Model 656A (Obsolete)
Automatically removes water from compressed air tanks, air separators and after-coolers Freeze protection Replaceable disc and seat for easy service …
Watchman Series WC Condensate Units
"Plug and play” single phase stock units for up to 30,000 sq. ft. EDR / Cast iron tank with 20-year warranty against corrosion
Watchman Series WCS Condensate Units
“Plug and play” single phase stock units for up to 18,000 sq. ft. EDR /  Lightweight steel tank
Stock Boiler Feed Units VBF
“Plug and play”, single phase, vertical-tank stock unit / Serve up to 200 boiler HP
Boiler Feed Units HBF
“Plug and play”, horizontal-tank stock units / Customizable / Serve up to 290 boiler HP