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This modular steam-trapping station reduces leakage

By Chemical Engineering |

The STS17.2 steam-trapping station is a complete assembly comprised of an isolation valve, a steam-trap connector with a strainer and a check valve. The station’s modular body eliminates nearlyspirax wc all potential leak paths caused by multiple screwed connections that conventional steam-trapping stations and on-site fabricated installations typically include, says the manufacturer. The ability to integrate steam-trap monitors allows for quick recognition of trap failures, and stainless-steel components enable a longterm, low-maintenance service life. — Spirax Sarco, Inc., Blythewood, S.C.

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