Zero Loss Compressed Air Condensate Trap
No timers to adjust. No modifications needed after installation. Each trap is actuated only as necessary
according to the needs of your system. This prevents over- and under-draining, preserving system pressure and
eliminating wasted compressed air. Because the drains are totally air operated, installation is flexible. Install the
condensate traps in remote facilities, explosion risk areas, or hard to reach points along the system where
electricity is not available. The drains are green products and require no electricity, so energy costs are
minimized. Automatic air operation minimizes system blow down and reduces wasted expensive system
pressure. Corrosion resistant materials and few moving parts keep your system up and running. Because the
drains are pneumatic, they are not affected by the vulnerabilities of electrical devices such as timer solenoids, motorized ball valves or electrically operated float valves. Simple pipe and tubing connections are all that are
required for installation.
Includes Drain-All’s patented through-port design form more throughport capacity of solid debris. This drain will
fit most industrial applications and compressors up to 1,500 HP depending on ambient conditions.
Use Condensate Handle For:
- Standard compressed air systems
- Indoor Use
This is the drain to use when the application involves very large amounts of scale, rust, or other solid debris in
the condensate stream. The patented throughport design on this model will pass even the largest amounts of
solid debris without clogging or affecting drain function.
Use Rust Handler For:
- Systems with very old, rusty piping
- Rust and scale from older equipment
- Sediment and debris from desiccant dryers
When your application pressure exceeds the normal condensate handler maximum working pressure of 170
PSIG, select the Pressure Handler. Models are available 300 PSIG, 750 PSIG and 1,200 PSIG ratings. A special
configuration is also available to drain liquids at atmospheric pressure requiring a pressurized discharge to move
liquids vertically or against back pressure.
Use Pressure Handler For:
- Blowmolding operations
- Specialty gas applications
- Atmospheric liquid run off
- Gas purification processes