The BTCS Series is a bellows type, thermostatic steam trap with sanitary connections. Designed specifically for clean steam systems. It features a 20Ra internal finish, and a self-draining design, to minimize the possibility of medium entrapment and bacterial growth.
The Mark 94 is a thermostatic steam trap designed specifically for use in higher capacity SIP applications like large filter, and medium to large vessel applications. It features a 20 Ra internal finish, and a self-draining design, to minimize the possibility of medium entrapment and bacterial growth. The Mark 94 has been designed to provide high condensate flow rates during SIP heat up, allowing vessels and other process equipment to reach validation temperature in minimum time.
The Mark 934 sanitary steam trap system is specifically designed to facilitate the sterilization of very large vessels including fermentors, bioreactors and autoclaves without the addition of a SIP Heat up bypass loop. The system consists of a high flow sanitary steam trap and a standard capacity sanitary trap in the same body.
The Mark 93JR Series is an ultra compact, balanced port, thermostatic steam trap designed specifically for use in validated clean steam system for low to medium condensate flows. The sanitary design follows ASME BPE guidelines including a 20Ra uin internal finish, self draining design, and all relevant materials, marking and documentation.
The Mark 93TH is a balanced port, thermostatic steam trap designed for use in validated clean steam systems that use threaded tube fittings or threaded tubing adapters for connections. The sanitary design includes a 20Ra µin internal finish, self-draining design, and a compact size.
Bestobell’s DTCS210 Series is a 1/2" 316L Stainless Steel thermodynamic disc trap, that is compact with a lightweight design and tri-clamp® end connections.
This non-sanitary trap is constructed of 316L stainless steel which offers better corrosion resistance than other thermodynamic traps. It meets the requirements of quick response applications in the steam system.