Steam Traps

Vacuum Pump Inlet Traps Protect Atomic Layer Deposition Tools
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Vacuum Pump Inlet Traps Protect Atomic Layer Deposition Tools

A full line of vacuum pump inlet traps that can be customized by users to protect the vacuum pumps and lines on atomic layer deposition (ALD) tools from particulates and unreacted precursors is available from MV Products of North Billerica, Massachusetts. MV Vacuum Inlet Traps for ALD processes can be easily customized by users to remove all process byproducts from precursors such as TMA, TiCl,...

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Vacuum Pump Inlet Trap Better than Knockout Pot for Extruders
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Vacuum Pump Inlet Trap Better than Knockout Pot for Extruders

A vacuum pump inlet trap for plastics extruders that combines a knockdown stage with multiple stainless steel gauze filters to protect vacuum pumps from volatiles has been introduced by MV Products of North Billerica, MA. The MV Multi-Trap® Vacuum Inlet Trap protects extruder vent lines and vacuum pumps from the volatile materials and process byproducts resulting from plastics extrusion which...

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ASME 600 Thermodynamic Traps feature reduced warm up time.

Offering robust solution for medium pressure applications, ASME 600 offers UTDS46M, TDS46M in stainless steel and TDC46M in carbon steel body material. Protecting internals from dirt and debris with integral strainers, units are well suited to superheated steam mains and turbine drainage. Featuring superior shut off to minimize steam loss, unit is suitable for markets like oil & gas, specialty...

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Float and Thermostatic Steam Traps serve high-pressure processes.

Available in ½–1 in. sizes with screwed, SW, and flanged connections, FT62 range of ASME 600 float and thermostatic steam traps suit Oil & Gas and Specialty Chemical industries requiring accelerated and efficient condensate removal. Body material options are carbon steel (FTC62) and stainless steel (FTS62). Designed for maintainable drainage of small, high-pressure process applications,...

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Ten Ways to Control Aluminum Costs
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Ten Ways to Control Aluminum Costs

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Inverted Bucket Steam Traps are designed for high pressures.

Offered in sizes from ½–3 in. and capacities up to 31,000 lb/hr, fully automatic IBV series are fabricated and manufactured to operate safely and comply with industry regulations. Each high pressure inverted bucket steam trap is designed with minimal fraction from mechanism movement, and valve closure, without any steam loss, is immediate. Standard offering includes carbon steel and alloy...

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Steam Trapping Station features leak-free body design.
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Steam Trapping Station features leak-free body design.

Comprising isolation valve, steam trap connector with strainer, and check valve in modular single-piece body, STS17.2 Steam Trapping Station eliminates potential leak paths caused by multiple screwed connections. Technology allows steam trap to be changed in minutes, minimizing plant downtime. Featuring stainless steel components and pre-assembled construction, STS17.2 can integrate steam trap...

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Space-Optimized Combined Trap and AAV replaces P-traps.
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Space-Optimized Combined Trap and AAV replaces P-traps.

Able to replace conventional P-traps while minimizing roof penetrations, Studor® Trap-Vent™ consists of combined trap and Air Admittance Valve (AAV) designed for use in bathroom lavatory installation venting up to 6 DFU. Available models include 1¼ and 1½ in. assemblies, both in white, that are suited for remodels, restorations, and floating sinks. Compact design offers flexibility where...

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Drip Trap features electric actuation.
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Drip Trap features electric actuation.

Available in 3 or 6 quart sizes and with 1 in. NPT inlets and outlets, 97100E removes condensate from low points in low-pressure gas piping systems up to 25 psi. Unit collects liquid until ported rotating disc valve is electrically opened. Actuator seals gas inlet port prior to opening drain port, allowing removal of condensate without gas escaping. Adaptable to any condensation or drainage...

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Stainless Steel Clean Steam Trap resists corrosion.

Pressure rated to ASME standards, Model BTS7.1 removes condensate from clean steam systems. Self-draining trap operates close to steam saturation temperatures, minimizing condensate back up and effectively venting air to ensure full sterilization. Safeguarding free draining surface, smooth surface finish minimizes risk of bacterial growth and product blockage. Trap is available with tri-clamp...

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