The Condensate Handler® replaces the Model 1700 and includes Drain-All’s® patented “throughport design” for more throughput capacity of solid debris. This is the standard condensate trap in the line. It fits most industrial applications and compressors up to approximately 1500 HP depending on the ambient conditions as well as other factors.
The Rust Handler® is needed when there is severe rust and debris, as is found in old receiver tanks and piping, as well as old intercoolers/aftercoolers, that slough off scale.
This is the trap to choose when the liquid stream contains large amounts of low specific gravity oil or compressor lubricants. The Oil Handler can drain liquids with a specific gravity as low as 0.7.
Pressure Handler® 300/750/ATM
The Pressure Handler® handles applications from 0 PSIG to 1200 PSIG, and the 300 & 750 models specifications represent only two of the many options available for positive pressures. For situations where atmospheric or zero pressure applications are required, the Pressure Handler® ATM is the appropriate solution, serving as a pressure power pump by taking a zero pressure liquid feed and pressurizing it to push it out and even up to a higher level.
The Corrosion Handler® handles applications where the condensate has a corrosive action (from a gas like CO2 or an aggressive liquid component from a process) and/or the environment is corrosive to the trap product (such as cement factories or oil rig operations at sea). The specifications shown represent two (2) of the more than 80 Corrosion Handler® trap options available in this line.
The Temperature Handler® is used in high temperature applications. Specific models exist for 250⁰ F and 350⁰ F applications.
The Volume Handler® is used in situations with a very large liquid flow. A variety of models are available providing flow capacities from 3 GPM to over 100 GPM.
The Vacuum Handler® trap is used when a vacuum system exists that is producing the condensate.
- Electronic Counter: The electronic counter is a pneumatically operated switch that allows sensing of the on/off pilot signal to the air cylinder. This device allows the user to track the number of discharge cycles, estimate the quantity of condensate being discharged, and perform trend analysis of the condensate generation. “Normally open” or “normally closed” wiring options allows for easy connection to most data acquisition equipment.
- High Level Alarm Switches: When properly installed, these float switches enable the user to monitor the condensate level in the trap and sense a high level situation. The wiring in these float switches allows the user to configure a normally open or normally closed alarm circuit or bypass solenoid circuit. Pressure ratings from 200 to 2000 PSIG and ATEX junction boxes are available.
- Heater: This accessory is recommended if the unit is likely to be exposed to freezing temperatures. The heater has an internal thermostat set for 41° F ± 5° F. 120 and 240 VAC models are available. In addition to the heater, it is recommended that a simple insulated enclosure be placed over the condensate trap and heat tracing be installed on all connected hard piping.
- Pneumatic Counter: The resettable air-actuated counter allows sensing of the on/off pilot signal to the air cylinder. The cycle counter allows the user to track the number of discharge cycles, estimate the quantity of condensate being discharged, and perform trend analysis of the condensate generation. This counter has an integral dial readout and requires no electricity.