Steam Traps are automatic valves designed to remove condensate from steam lines, but prevent steam loss by “trapping” the steam; hence the name, “Steam Trap”. Air is usually present for some period of time in a steam line, either during start-up and/or operation. So, depending on the application, air is another fluid that usually requires removal from a steam line. Therefore, in order to operate properly, steam traps should be able to sense certain differences between condensate, steam, and air. Based on current designs, there are three basic operating principles of steam traps, which are explained below: Thermostatic, Density, and Thermodynamic.



Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, Nickel Alloys, Hastelloy, Inconel, Duplex/Super Duplex & other Austenic Steel Grades. Monel 400,


Material Grades:

ASTM A105N, ASTM A350 LF2/LF3, F304/304L, A182 F5, F11, F22, F91, F316/316L, F321, F347H, F51, ASTM A694 F42 up to X80, PN10, PN16, 5K, 10K, 20K, 50K & API type 6A-6BX Flanges. Carbon Steel:ASTM A105,ASTM A350 LF1,LF2,LF3,A36,ASTM A234 WPB,etc


    Size:                                            Rating:                                 Standard:

1/2’’ thru 24’’                                                150# up to 2500#                                 ASTM,AISI,JIS




Free float, bypass blow down, process float, float dynamic, thermodynamic, thermostatic,


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