Steam Traps 2016 by Watson McDaniel

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Catalog Steam Traps 2016

the time of the end types of ups and all types diagrames shell tube heat exchanger heat exchanger tube bundle small back to back seats back to back pipe to pipe an 6 to an 4 steam traps design air vent trap inlet steam temperature requirement 1 stainless steel steam valve what is steam npt x npt heat exchanger tube shell radiation heat exchangers jacketed tube heat exchangers 316l stainless steel heat exchanger tubes tube heat exchanger heat exchanger tube sanitary sanitary fittings 316l stainless steel tubing 316l stainless steel tube float valve seat butt weld pipe flanges 316l stainless steel pipe 316l stainless steel pipes 316l stainless steel bolt connector d connector pressure regulating valve pressur regulator valve pressure regulator valve 2 pressure regulator valve pressure regulating valves 316l stainless steel valve 316l stainless steel plates shell and tube heat exchangers vacuum flow control valve 304 stainless steel pipe water pressure regulating valve water pressure regulator valve pressure regulating water valve hardened valve seats low pressure regulating valve air pressure regulating valve low pressure regulator valve hardened valve seat pressure control valve pressure control valves water to air heat exchanger npt to npt connector pressure controlling valve stainless steel welding stainless steel valve

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steam traps steam condensate introduction how does steam flow in a system steam coming from the boiler is distributed throughout the system by pipes referred to as steam mains or steam supply lines since steam is generated under pressure at the boiler it will travel on its own through the system steam may travel in pipes at velocities exceeding 90 mph for this reason care should always be taken to open and close valves slowly what is condensate and why must it be removed from a system when steam releases its heat energy it condenses from a gas back to a liquid this “condensed” steam is referred to as condensate which is nothing more than extremely hot water as previously discussed steam at 50 psig condenses back into water at 298˚f steam traps were specifically designed for the removal of unwanted condensate and air condensate will form in steam pipelines due to radiation losses through the pipe walls drip traps remove condensate from steam pipelines however the

diagram 3 diagram 4 typical running load the temperature control valve will automatically adjust the flow of steam lbs/hr to coincide with the flow rate of heated water gpm the higher the flow rate the higher the steam pressure will be the steam pressure in the shell of the heat exchanger is indirectly determined by the amount of water flowing through the heat exchanger the steam lbs/hr turns into condensate lbs/hr and is discharged through the steam trap high running load when a high flow rate of heated water is required the control valve will open accordingly to allow more steam lbs/hr and steam pressure psi to enter the heat exchanger during times of high water usage there will also be a significant increase in the condensate load lbs/hr as well as higher steam pressure in the shell of the heat exchanger this high pressure steam will push the condensate through the steam trap inlet steam pressure varies directly with water flow rate 50 psig steam traps steam condensate

steam traps steam traps introduction steam trap selection guidelines • process applications 4 using safety load factors to size steam traps the largest condensate load occurs when the maximum steam pressure is present in the hx however if the steam trap is selected based on the maximum condensate load at maximum pressure it will not be adequately sized at lower differential pressures this occurs because the capacity of a steam trap decreases at a significantly faster rate than condensate load when the steam pressure drops when temperature control valves are used to control steam flow to a hx the pressure may reduce to 0 psig or less the pressure available to discharge condensate would then be based on static head pressure of the drip leg a drip leg length of 14 will produce a static head pressure of 1/2 psig 40 psig 0 psig open vacuum breaker ½ psig head pressure 1 psig in this application 614 lbs/hr of condensate is being generated at 0 psig steam pressure see load chart

td900s thermodynamic complete internal working mechanism can be replaced while trap body remains connected in-line steam traps steam traps thermodynamic steam trap repairable nuts c square nameplate cover gasket disc seat b flow gasket d body a npt sw a flanged as req’d flanged face-to-face dimension 9” standard for custom sizes consult factory 9” minimum strainer gasket bottom plug m at erials dimensions weights size model 1/2 td900s/td900ls 3/4 td900s/td900ls 1 td900s/td900ls – inches connection abcd weight lbs npt sw 3.6 4.8 2.6 2.1 4.5 600 flg 9.0 4.8 2.6 2.1 9.0 body seat cover strainer cap strainer disc gasket studs nuts alloy steel gr wc9 stainless steel aisi 420 alloy steel gr wc9 alloy steel gr wc9 stainless steel aisi 300 stainless steel aisi 420 stainless steel aisi 304 sa-193 gr b7 sa-194 gr 2h npt sw 3.6 4.8 2.6 2.1 4.5 600 flg 9.0 4.8 2.6 2.1 11.0 npt sw 6.5 4.8 2.6 2.1 4.5 600 flg 9.0 4.8 2.6 2.1 11.0 20 50 100 150 200 243 411 555 641

steam traps steam traps thermostatic steam trap wt4000 thermostatic repairable flanged face-to-face dimension 9” standard for custom sizes consult factory 9” minimum 3” square cover bolts cover thermal element 4.12” orifice flow wt4000 2.57” wt4000s 2.57” wt4000sb 3.12” strainer strainer plug 4.81” npt sw flanged as req’d weight 4.5 lbs m at erials size/connection model code 3/4” 1” 3/4” 1” 3/4” 1” npt npt npt npt npt npt wt4001-13-n wt4001-14-n wt4001s-13-n wt4001s-14-n wt4001sb-13-n wt4001sb-14-n 5/16” 5/16” 5/16” 5/16” 5/16” 5/16” no strainer no strainer strainer strainer strainer blowdown strainer blowdown 3/4” 1” 3/4” 1” 3/4” 1” npt npt npt npt npt npt wt4003-13-n wt4003-14-n wt4003s-13-n wt4003s-14-n wt4003sb-13-n wt4003sb-14-n 7/16” 7/16” 7/16” 7/16” 7/16” 7/16” no strainer no

wft series float thermostatic dimensions inches wft 11/4” 11/2” steam traps steam traps float thermostatic steam trap wft 2” 4.8 3.9 8.2 10.9 3.0 4.5 2.6 0.3 8.9 0.5 0.7 2.2 12.2 5.7 4.3 specific at ionsspecific at ions model sizes connection pmo psig pma psig weight lbs model sizes connection pmo psig pma psig weight lbs wft-15 11/2” npt 15 250 21 wft-15 2” npt 15 250 53 wft-30 11/2” npt 30 250 21 wft-30 2” npt 30 250 53 wft-75 11/4” 11/2” npt 75 250 21 wft-75 2” npt 75 250 53 wft-125 11/4” 11/2” npt 125 250 21 wft-125 2” npt 125 250 53 wft-175 11/4” 11/2” npt 175 250 21 wft-175 2” npt 175 250 53 wft-250 11/4” 11/2” npt 250 250 21 wft-250 2” npt 250 250 53 multi-bank air heating coils air handler unit steam steam steam wft series wft series fte series tel 610-495-5131 • pottstown pa • usa •• www.watsonmcdaniel.com

ft600 ft601 float thermostatic ft600 ft601 3” 4” lifting eyes steam traps steam traps float thermostatic steam trap 16” 2 jack screws 25.8” 8.8 a npt sw 4 0.62” ø mounting holes aa flanged dimensions weights – inches weight lbs model size a aa connection flg ft600 3 27 39 587 npt sw 626 ft600 4 27 39 587 sw 654 chart is applicable for both models ft600 ft601 ft600 3” 4” process refinery reboiler application vapor from reboiler flows to distillation tower steam 4” ft600 inlet bottom product liquid from cracking tower to be heated condensate tel 610-495-5131 • pottstown pa • usa •• www.watsonmcdaniel.com

ib series inverted bucket steam traps steam traps inverted bucket steam trap why use a thermic vent the thermic vent is used for discharging air from the steam system during start-up thermic vent closed when steam or condensate is present thermic vent open when air is present air steam condensate blowdown valve connection 1031s a blowdown valve connection is available as an option on the 1041 1042 1044 and 1038s models this simplifies maintenance by allowing the strainer to be cleaned without removal user to supply blowdown valve the 1031s is equipped with a small protection screen to guard against dirt in the steam system it is a more economical alternative than the 1041 which has a full-port strainer specifically designed for use in laundries available in 125 psig model only optional blowdown connection strainer screen strainer screen blowdown valve for cleaning strainer tel 610-495-5131 • pottstown pa • usa •• www.watsonmcdaniel.com

utd450 utd600 steam traps universal style quick-change trap module thermodynamic steam trap module mounts to uc450 universal connectors stop ring gasket universal connector steam trap mounting bolt flange connection gasket plug or blowdown valve utd450/utd600 trap module should be oriented with cap facing upwards as shown horizontal piping connector with strainer vertical piping connector with strainer vertical or horizontal piping no strainer steam flow to the right or to the left steam flow downward steam flow vertically or horizontally trap shown with uc450sbr connector trap shown with uc450sbl connector trap shown with uc450 connector trap shown with uc450sbr connector connectors available in 1/2” 3/4” and 1” sizes in npt and socket-weld connections 1.17 3.56 3.56 a a 1.17 b c utd450sm or utd600lsm steam trap uc450sr uc450sbl uc450sbr connector connector strainer strainer blowdown connector dimensions – inches strainer blowdown size a b c 1/2”

thermostatic clean steam steam traps fda500 steam traps clean steam thermostatic steam trap repairable typical clean steam application clean steam supply fda600 installed as air vent clean steam ball valve fda800 installed as drip trap diaphragm valve fda500 installed as process trap condensate fda500 series connections 1/2” 3/4” 1” units inches tube-weld connection tw x tw connection np x np or tc x np tri-clamp connection tc x tc flow 1/2” 4.24 3/4” 4.48 1” 5.1 2.6 clamp ends 4.20 2.6 ref 2.6 1.6 2.1 2.6 2.6 1.6 2.1 1.6 2.1 tel 610-495-5131 • pottstown pa • usa •• www.watsonmcdaniel.com