Press Release Summary:
Universal Mount UMT-TD Thermodynamic Steam Trap conforms to 2-bolt universal swivel mount connection pattern, allowing option of replacing or repairing failed traps without having to break piping. Thermal jacketing assures continuous operation, regardless of surrouding temperature or precipitation changes. Sizes include Â½, Â¾, and 1 in. Connector block is optionally available with integral Y strainer and blowdown valve for removal of dirt and sediments.
Original Press Release:
Nicholson Announces New Universal Mount UMT-TD Thermodynamic Steam Trap
Nicholson Steam Trap of Walden, New York introduces the new Universal Mount UMT-TD Thermodynamic Steam Trap, the first rebuildable and thermally jacketed thermodyanmic steam trap that conforms to the two bolt universal swivel mount connection pattern. This innovative design reduces installation costs and allows the option of either replacing or repairing failed traps without having to break piping. Repair is easily completed by dropping in a standard Celtron Cartridge Kit. Replacement is as simple as removing two bolts. Both leave the connector block "in-line". The Nicholson UMT-TD fits other manufacturers' universal mount steam trap bodies for easy replacement of existing traps in the field.
Thermodynamic steam traps are known for distinct blast discharges and durability. In addition, the UMT-TD's thermal jacketing assures continuous operation, regardless of surrounding temperature or precipitation changes. The UMT-TD is available in 1/2", 3/4" and 1" with two orifice sizes and the universal connector block is optionally available with an integral Y strainer and blowdown valve in left or right hand configuration for removal of dirt and sediments in the system.
For more information on these and other products, contact Nicholson Steam Trap at (800) 210-1300 or email@example.com.
Nicholson Steam Trap is a division of Spence Engineering Company, Inc., an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer of steam traps, pressure and temperature regulators, pneumatic and electrically actuated control valves, safety relief valves, condensate pumps, strainers and pipe couplings. Spence Engineering is a division of Circor International, Inc, a NYSE company.