Detailed Product Description
Patented by Spirax in 1953, Thermodynamic traps are the most widely used steam traps today largely due to their small size, wide pressure range, one moving part, and resistance to water hammer and corrosion.
The Spirax Thermo-Dynamic series of traps have been carefully engineered. They discharge condensate and entrapped air at steam temperature regardless of the inlet pressure – with no steam loss. Their hardened seat and disc ensure a long service life and the audible cycle provides an instant test of its operation.
The TD 3 is a thermodynamic steam trap with an inbuilt strainer and a full stainless steel construction, best suited for header and mainline drains and drop legs. This trap with screwed ends is suitable up to 36 bar and with socket weld ends is suitable up to 42 bar and 425°C.
TD 62 (Flanged Connections) ASTM Body
The TD 62 is a maintainable high pressure thermodynamic steam trap with an integral strainer specifically designed for steam main line drainage applications upto 62 bar g. An aluminium insulating cover is fitted as a standard to prevent the trap being unduly influenced by excessive heat loss when subjected to low ambient temperatures, wind or rain.
Max. Allowable pressure is 103 bar.
Max. Allowable temperature is 525°C.
End Connect – with ANSI/DIN flanges available.
The TD 120 is a maintainable high pressure thermodynamic steam trap which can be supplied in 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch and 1 inch sizes with socket weld, butt weld or flanged connections. It has low capacity specifically for mains drainage applications upto 250 bar.
Max. allowable pressure is 250 bar.
Max. allowable temperature is 550°C .