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Thermostatic steam traps operate on steam’s temperature difference from cooled condensate and air. Steam increases the pressure inside the thermostatic element, causing the trap to close. As condensate and non-condensable gases back up in the cooling leg, the temperature begins to drop, and the thermostatic element contracts and opens the valve.What are the different types of steam traps?
Steam traps can be divided into three different types based on their operating principles: Mechanical steam traps (also referred to as “density traps”) include Free Float®, lever float, and inverted bucket steam traps.What is Armstrong steam trap?
Armstrong Steam Traps. Armstrong offers a full range of steam traps, including bucket steam traps, float and thermostatic (F&T) traps, and their repair parts. These traps efficiently move condensate, air, and CO 2 out of steam systems.