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Bimetallic steam traps work on the thermal expansion principle of two different metals. The metals for the bimetallic discs are chosen based on the operating temperatures and pressures inside the traps. The trap is attached to the pipe horizontally where the body with the chamber and bimetal discs stand in perpendicular and on top of the pipes. The Bimetallic Thermostatic Steam Traps  get the inlet and pass it through the bimetal discs attached to a valve stem. The bimetal discs are made up of two different metals that have different thermal coefficients. In each disc, the top metal has less thermal expansion while the one at the bottom has higher thermal expansion rates. This allows for the Thermodynamic Bimetallic Steam Trap to capture the steam bubbles as the disc forms a cone shape with the edges moving down.

Stainless Steel Bimetallic Steam Trap

Stainless Steel Bimetallic Steam Trap

A217 Gr. WC9 Bimetallic Thermostatic Steam Traps

A217 Gr. WC9 Bimetallic Thermostatic Steam Traps

Cast Steel Thermostatic Bimetallic Steam Trap

Cast Steel Thermostatic Bimetallic Steam Trap

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This cone shape traps the steam and under pressure, the steam condenses. Once the steam has condensed and the temperature has dropped, the discs go back to normal flat shape. The Bimetallic Trap also closes the outlet with the dynamic clack attached to the valve stem when it expands. The operational cycle repeats when the steam starts to build up in the chamber. The Stainless Steel Bimetallic steam traps are most common where other materials are also used in the making of these traps. The sizes, dimensions and pressure capacities vary according to the different application types and the liquids that are to flow through the traps.

 

Specification of Bimetallic steam traps

Size 1"
Connection NPT
Weight (lbs) 30
Orifice Size 3/16"

Working principle of bimetallic steam trap

Bimetallic steam trap On sensing the temperature of the steam/condensate, owing to dissimilar growth of bimetal, the strips tend to warp and effectively push the disc down against the seat to stop the flow of fluid through the discharge port. Similarly in Liquid Expansion Trap it is possible in a Bimetallic Trap, to set the discharge temperature of the Condensate by adjusting the position of the lock nut at the top of the deck of the bimetallic strips

Features of Bimetallic Thermostatic Steam Trap

  • Optimum energy efficiency
  • External adjustment mechanism while in service
  • Possibility of repair while in operation
  • Very long Life: Three times the life of the conventional Thermostatic Trap
  • High reliability and versatility, Robust construction

Stainless Steel Bimetallic steam traps Max Operating Pressure

Max Operating Pressure 25 kg/cm2

Temperature Range of SS Bimetallic steam traps

Temperature Range 400 oC

Sh-4000 Series Bimetallic Steam Traps Manufacturers, Refer ASTM A351 CF8M Temperature Operated Bimetallic Trap Dimensions

Forged carbon steel Bimetallic Steam Trap End Connection

End Connection Screwed-BSP/BSPT/NPT, Socket weld, Flanged #150(weld-on)

Forged alloy steel Bimetallic Trap Size Range

Size Range 15, 20 & 25

ASTM A182 F11 Bimetallic steam traps Temperature Range

Temperature Range 525 oC

Various Bimetallic steam traps Types

Duplex 2205 Bimetallic steam traps

Duplex 2205 Bimetallic steam traps

Stainless Steel Thermostatic Bimetallic Steam Trap

Stainless Steel Thermostatic Bimetallic Steam Trap

Sh-4000 Series Bimetallic Steam Traps

Sh-4000 Series Bimetallic Steam Traps

ASTM A351 CF8M Temperature Operated Bimetallic Trap

ASTM A351 CF8M Temperature Operated Bimetallic Trap

ASTM A217 Grade WC6 Bimetallic steam traps

ASTM A217 Grade WC6 Bimetallic steam traps

Cast Steel Bimetallic Thermostatic Steam Traps

Cast Steel Bimetallic Thermostatic Steam Traps

A182 F11 Bimetallic steam traps Max Operating Pressure

Max Operating Pressure 64 oC

Max Operating Pressure of ASTM A182 Gr.F91 Bimetallic traps

Max Operating Pressure 215 oC
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Temperature range of ASTM A182 Gr.F91 Bimetallic traps

Temperature Range 600 oC

Limitation of Bimetallic Thermostatic Steam Traps

When working with condensate collection systems subject back pressures, a variation in the back pressure may upset the initial settings and it is likely that an increase in the back pressure will cause blowing of live steam through the Trap

Advantages of Bimetallic Trap

  • Fairly robust and compact design
  • Fairly high air venting capacity.
  • Fairly high resistance to Water Hammer.

Disadvantages of bimetallic steam trap

  • Some amount of sub-cooling of condensate cannot be avoided. Modest response to temperature variations.
  • Bimetal characteristics may change after being in use for some time. Hence may require servicing.
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Application of Cast Steel Bimetallic Thermostatic Steam Traps

  • Water Treatment Plant
  • Cement Plant
  • Thermal Power Plant
  • Paper Industry
  • Tyre Manufacturing Plant