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Steam equipment

Steam equipment

We supply a range suitable for steam network: steam traps, pressure reducing valves, separators, vacuum breakers and air vents.
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The steam equipment range products are designed to be used with steam installations. Their main functions are:

  • Pressure reduction from supply pipes to machines and exchangers, thanks to pressure reducers
  • Separating the condensate in a separator
  • Draining the condensate built in the pipes and the systems, thanks to different types of steam traps
  • Supplying air into the shutdown installations, in order to prevent vacuum, with a vacuum breaker
  • Automatic sectioning of steam lines with a solenoid valve and actuated valves for steam
  • Security of systems and installations, thanks to our two ranges of steam safety valves

Fields of application

Water vapour is widely used as a source of heat or as a driving force.

Steam equipment products are used where steam networks are installed, in HVAC as well as in the industry: collective heating, industrial laundry, sterilisation, chemicals, petrochemicals, paper and board industry, food industry, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. Our whole range of steam equipment products is intended for use with medium- and low-pressure saturated steam networks, with a PN16 or PN40 pressure rating.

How do the different steam equipment devices work?

Steam traps: 

There are five different technologies, based on temperature, weight or pressure differences: float trap, reversed open float trap, thermostatic trap, thermodynamic trap, bi-metallic trap.

Steam separators:

Water droplets mixed with steam are driven to the bottom of a pressure tank, while dry steam is driven to the separator top, to the outside. A condensate drain is connected at the bottom of the separator, in order to evacuate the collected condensate.

Vacuum breakers:

A calibrated hole is created between the steam device and the outside. A stainless-steel ball is pushed on the seat by the steam pressure, and prevents the air from going in. When the system stops, the pressure goes down and the ball lets the air flow into the installation.

Pressure reducing valves:

A wheel or a screw is needed to adjust the pressure. The downstream pressure compresses the internal spring. When the downstream pressure is higher than the spring force, then the valve is closed. In case of drawing or flow, the downstream pressure falls, the spring pushes the internal mechanism back and opens the valve.