Air Vents

An air vent for steam is used to discharge air from a system in which both steam and air are found. An air vent for water is used to remove air from water piping systems. The air vent for steam employs thermostatic trap technology, which operates based on temperature differences. The air vent for water employs Free Float® trap technology, which makes use of buoyancy. Thus, though they are both called ‘air vents,’ they cannot be used interchangeably; the air vent for steam must not be used on water systems, and vice versa.

Operating Pressure Range: 0 - 2.1 MPaG
Operating Temperature Range: 0 - 235 °C
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