- Operation Animations
- Steam Traps
- Free Float® Steam Traps for Main Lines: SS series
- Free Float® Steam Traps (Low Pressure): JX/JHX series
- Disc-Type Steam Traps: ThermoDyne®
- Disc-Type Steam Traps: PowerDyne®
- Thermostatic Steam Traps: L-Series
- Temperature Control Traps: LEX-3N TZ
- Condensate Recovery
- PowerTrap® (Mechanical Pump with Built-in Trap): GT-10
- PowerTrap® (Mechanical Pump): GP-10
- Pressure Reducing Valves
- Pressure Reducing Valves for Steam: COSR
- Pressure Reducing Valves (Direct Acting): DR20
- Cyclone Separators
- Cyclone Separators for Steam (with Built-in Trap): DC series
- Strainers, Sight Glasses and Other
- Automatic Non-freeze Valves: NF6
- Air Vents
- Automatic Air Vents: VS1C
- Rapid Initial Air Vents: VA series
- Air Vents for Steam: LA series
- Air and Drain Traps
- Free Float® Air Traps: JA series
- Air Traps for High Viscosity Condensate: TATSU2
- Peripheral Equipment
- Steam Condensing Heat Exchanger : SR series
- High-Temperature Waste Water Heat Exchanger: SR-B series
When condensate flows into the body through the inlet check valve from the condensate inlet pipe, the float rises and the air inside the body is discharged through the exhaust valve.
In cases where P1 < Pb (back pressure greater than inlet pressure), condensate cannot be discharged and accumulates in the body.
When the condensate accumulating in the body causes the float to reach its highest position, the pushrod of the snap-action unit quickly rises, closing the exhaust valve and opening the motive medium intake valve. The pressure inside the body becomes greater than back pressure through the additional pressure supplied by the motive medium, closing the inlet check valve and opening the outlet check valve. Condensate is discharged to the outlet pipe.
The float falls with the dropping water level in the body through the discharge of accumulated condensate. When the float reaches its lowest position, the pushrod of the snap-action drops rapidly, opening the exhaust valve and closing the intake valve.