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Number: 137/194
Name: Fluid handling > Diverse fluid containing pressure systems > Fluid separating traps or vents > Discriminating outlet for liquid > With fluid responsive valve > Level responsive > Float > With outlet extending above liquid in trap
Description: Separating traps wherein the discriminating liquid outlet pipe rises above the normal liquid level in the trap chamber, thus requiring the gas pressure in the chamber to discharge the liquid.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8522811 Auto flow steam trap Sep. 3, 2013
6332112 Method and apparatus for inspecting steam traps, and management system for managing steam traps Dec. 18, 2001
5287878 Free float steam trap Feb. 22, 1994
5168891 Float valve and utilization system Dec. 8, 1992
4678001 Pump prime maintainer Jul. 7, 1987
4475569 Float controlled condensate discharge device Oct. 9, 1984
4108198 Multirotary energy conversion valve Aug. 22, 1978

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