Thermodynamic Steam Trap Manufacturer in USA
Valvesonly one of the most Thermodynamic Steam Trap Manufacturer in USA. The valve is a sturdy device that works in a straightforward manner. It uses the power of fast-moving steam to operate and has just one moving part, a disc.
When it starts up, the incoming pressure lifts the disc, and any cool water and air beneath it are pushed out through three outlets. As hot water flows in and pressure drops, it releases fast-moving steam. This steam creates a low-pressure area below the disc, pulling it towards its seat. At the same time, the pressure from the steam builds up above the disc, pushing it down onto the rings below. Now, the fast steam is trapped above the disc, and the pressure above it is the same as the pressure below it. However, since the top of the disc is bigger than the bottom, there’s more force pushing it down. As the trapped steam cools and turns back into water, the pressure in the upper chamber decreases. The disc then rises again, and this cycle repeats.
- This system is dependable with zero moving parts susceptible to wear or damage.
- It excels at efficiently expelling condensate from steam systems.
- It can function effectively across a broad spectrum of pressures and temperatures.
- It requires little maintenance
- It is generally less expensive
- Power generation
- Chemical processing
- Pulp and paper
- Textile Industry
- Petrochemical Industry
- Material: Ductile iron, Cast Iron, Carbon Steel, cast steel (WCB, WCC, LCC, LCB, WC6, WC9), Stainless Steel (SS316, SS304, CF8).
- Class: 150 – 1500, PN10 – PN250.
- Size: ½” to 2”.
- Ends: Socket weld, butt weld, flanged, threaded.
Thermodynamic Steam Trap
Thermodynamic Steam Trap Body: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel Cover: Stainless Steel Sealing Disc: Stainless Steel Cap: Stainless Steel Nominal Diameter: DN15 to DN50 Nominal Pressure: Class150 to Class300, PN16 to PN40 Design and Manufacture: EN26704, ISO6552 Face to Face Dimension: EN26554 Inspection and Test: EN26948 Dimensions […]