Thermostatic Traps suit receiver and air line drainage.

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Featuring cast iron body, all stainless steel corrosion-resistant internal components, NPT pipe connections that are directly inline with no change in elevation, and plugged bottom drain, 1½ in. NPT FAI-30 and FAI-200 are straight through, in-line float drainers with single seats and lever operation. Offered at 2 flow ratings, FAI-30 can handle up to 11,549 lb/hr at 30 psi and 450°F, while FAI-200 handles up to 12,945 lb/hr at 200 psi and 450°F.



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Spirax Sarco Expands the Inline FA Drain Trap Line



BLYTHEWOOD, SC 'Spirax Sarco, Inc., (SSI) has released an extension to the FAI Series of inline float and thermostatic traps. The 1-½-in. NPT FAI-30 and FAI-200 are straight through, in-line float drainers with single seats and lever operation. They are well suited for receiver and air line drainage, where complete separation of liquid from the vapor phase is important over varying flow rates.

The FAI Series is offered at two flow ratings: The FAI-30 can handle up to 11,549 lb/hr at 30 psig and 450°F, and the FAI-200 at 12,945 lb/hr at 200 psig and 450°F. The FA trap discharges continuously in direct response to variations inliquid flow rate, assuring thorough drainage of the system.

The series works effectively and efficiently through its entire range with an infinite turndown ratio on both pressure and flow. The single-seated mechanism ensures a tight shut-off under no-load condition.

Standard construction includes a cast iron body; all stainless steel corrosion-resistant internal components; NPT pipe connections that are directly inline with no change in elevation; and a plugged bottom drain. Options include a gage glass assembly.

Spirax Sarco
Spirax Sarco is the world's leading provider of steam system solutions, dedicated to providing knowledge, service and products for the control and efficient use of steam and other industrial fluids. With more than 90 years of experience, Spirax Sarco has both the resources and capabilities to meet customers total system needs.

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