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A condensate-recovery system for high-temperature operations

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

TLV

The GP14 Power Trap (photo) is an advanced condensate-recovery system for pumping high-temperature condensate for vented receivers, sumps and other important pump applications. The GP14 provides high-pressure, high-temperature condensate pumping services up to 392°F and 200 psig. The device’s non-electric design ensures no cavitation or seal leakage. A contoured body design can increase energy savings, and the durable Inconel compression spring comes with a lifetime spring warranty. Serviceability is improved due to an externally removable motive valve, which is also protected by an internal secondary screen. The GP14 PowerTrap is available in cast iron or cast steel, with connection sizes of 3✕2 NPT, 2✕2 and 3✕2 flanged. — TLV Corp., Charlotte, N.C.

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