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The Pennant product range includes steam traps, air vents, compressed air drain traps, sight checks and strainers. They are manufactured in a variety of materials, sizes and end connections and to International Standards. There is a solution to almost every industrial application.

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Ball Float Trap

Available in Cast Iron, Carbon steel and Stainless steel body, ball float and thermostatic (internal air vent) steam traps are designed for draining condensate from all types of low and medium pressure steam heating and

process equipment. Typical applications include unit heaters, heat exchangers, driers and jacketed vessels.

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Steam Trap

Thermodynamic steam trap with inbuilt strainer, in full stainless steel construction, best suited for header and main line drains and drip legs. The disc and seat are hardened by a special induction hardening process with seat harder than disc, to withstand continuous, prolonged operation.

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Steam Trap

The PT30 is a perfect NO-LOSS steam trap that offers condensate sub-cooling to maximise thermal efficiency. Its special design facilitates fitment in any position. The highly responsive, corrosion and water-hammer resistant controller gives excellent deaeration and drainage.

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Bucket Trap

Liquid drain trap with all stainless steel internals. Best suited for removal of oil or liquids from the compressed air systems. The inverted bucket arrangement operates on the density difference between compressed air and water, giving a cyclic operation for discharge of the accumulated moisture / liquids from compressed air / gas systems.

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Air Vents

The PT31AV air vent is designed to remove air and noncondensible gases from steam systems. The removal of these gases is important for achieving better start-up efficiency and heat transfer in normal running.

Piston Valves

The Pennant Piston Valve (PPV) is a linear movement valve in which a stainless steel piston travels between the upper and lower seal ring. These rings are separated by a lantern bushing, which supports the piston and creates a bubble tight seal.

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