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Yoshitake Products Q&A: Steam Traps/Radiator Products

Q What is the maximum operating pressure difference of a stem trap?
   

A

The maximum operating pressure difference is the maximum difference between inlet pressure and outlet pressure of a steam trap for operation.

Any trap should be actuated under this pressure difference. For example, the pressure difference between a boiler or a steam main pipe and a collection pipe, and that between the outlet pressure of a pressure reducing valve and a collection pipe.
   
Q Is a steam trap available that can be connected either horizontally or vertically as desired?
A

Following products can be connected horizontally or vertically as you desire.

1) Thermostatic steam trap with bypass function integrated: Model TS-7 and TS-8
2) Disc type steam trap: Model TD-10NA and TD-30NA 

 
Q What is the maximum allowable working pressure of a steam trap?
A

Each steam trap has the specified maximum allowable working pressure. The trap doesnt discharge when it is used at a pressure over the specified value, because the closing pressure exceeds the opening pressure.

Example: In the case of TD-10NA, it doesnt discharge at a pressure over 2.0MPa.

   



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