- 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
Air Vent (Rapid Startup for Water Systems)
When water is pumped through the system, the initial air inside the piping is pushed into the air vent by the pressure of the flow. The float remains in the lower part of the air vent, allowing the valve to remain open and air to be rapidly discharged.
After the initial air has been discharged, water begins to flow into the air vent, causing the float to rise and close the valve.
Once the valve closes, it will remain closed and will no longer discharge air even if more air flows in and the water level inside the air vent drops.
Only when the pressure inside the vent approaches vacuum conditions will the valve open again, allowing air to enter and water to drain.