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Now, you can literally see what you’ve been missing—the early warning signs of a drain trap or system problem.
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Pay less money for energy-and more attention to the environment. It's pretty obvious, really. An efficient steam trap wastes less energy, which means you burn less fuel and reduce emissions. The results are energy savings and a cleaner, healthier environment. By helping companies manage energy, Armstrong steam traps are also helping protect the world we all share. Steam traps have a big job, actually several tasks, in a well-designed steam system. For overall efficiency and economy, steam traps must provide:
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Emech® Digital Control Valves are available for steam/water and hot/cold water service and provide unparalleled performance in process water temperature control. 
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Cast iron for horizontal installation with integral strainer For pressures to 250 psig (17 barg) . . . Capacities to 4 400 lb/hr (2 000 kg/hr)
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Armstrong is a full-line coil supplier with application knowledge and experience you’ll find nowhere else. For decades, our heavy-duty industrial coils have been serving the process needs of heavy industry. Building on that tradition of quality and dependability, our plate fin coils meet the diverse needs of the HVAC and light-industrial markets.
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Bimetallic steam traps have the ability to handle large start-up loads. As the system increases in temperature and pressure, the trap’s stacked nickel-chrome bimetallic elements start to expand, allowing for tight shutoff as steam reaches the trap, thus preventing steam loss. The bimetallic trap offers resistance to water hammer. A titanium valve and seat on high-pressure bimetallic traps ensure extremely long service life in the harsh environment of superheated steam systems.
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Clean, economical steam from untreated water The Series CS steam-to-steam humidifiers use existing boiler steam to produce clean steam from untreated water. Because these humidifiers use steam from a central boiler as a heat source, the humidifying steam can be produced more economically than from electricity.

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