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Float and Thermostatic Steam Traps


3/4 to 2 in. (20 to 50mm)


Series WFT Float and Thermostatic Steam Traps are used in steam main drips and process applications to provide continuous air venting and condensate removal. They feature an iron body H-pattern design (3/4 in through 1-1/4 in) or C-pattern design (1-1/4 in through 2 in), stainless steel valve head, seat, float and thermostatic air vent. Series WFT is water hammer resistant and can be serviced without disturbing system piping. It is ideal for use in unit heaters, heat exchangers/reboilers, air heating coils, steam main drips, and process equipment. Maximum Operating Pressure: 15psi (1 bar), for Model WFT-15; 30psi (2 bar) for Model WFT-30, 75psi (5 bar) for Model WFT-75 and 125psi (9 bar) for Model WFT-125.

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