CONA® M Thermostatic Steam Trap

  • For discharging of slight to highly sub-cooled condensate
  • Automatic air-venting during start up and operation of the plant
  • High sensitivity
  • Exact control characteristic
  • Robust and resistant to water-hammer
  • Integrated non return protection
    (Fig. 610/612; 611/613 (not at controller R5))
  • Constructions:
    – With inside strainer
    – With outside strainer – Fig. 612 / 613 (Y)
  • Optimized design for quick installation
    (except Fig. 610 PN16, Fig. 616)
  • Gasket-free sealing of the screwed cap
    (PN40, DN15-25)
  • Installation in any position
    (except cover/screwed cap downwards)
  • Available types of capsule (sub-cooling from 5K to 40K)

Fig. 610….1

Fig. 616….1….10K2

Thermostatic Steam Traps

PN16

  • with flanges
  • union with butt weld ends

Grey cast iron

PN40

  • with flanges
  • with screwed sockets
  • with socket weld ends
  • with butt weld ends

Forged steel
Stainless steel
Fig. 610/612 (Y)

With seat for higher flow capacity

PN40

  • with flanges
  • with screwed sockets
  • with socket weld ends
  • with butt weld ends

Forged steel
High temperature steel
Stainless steel
Fig. 611/613 (Y)

Pilot operated / with multi capsule for very high flow capacity

PN16 / PN40

  • with flanges
  • with screwed sockets
  • with socket weld ends
  • with butt weld ends

Grey cast iron
Forged steel
Fig. 616

PN16 / PN40

  • with screwed sockets
  • union with butt weld ends
  • with screwed male / screwed socket
  • for clamp connection
  • with compression ring connection
  • with screwed sockets
  • for clamp connection

Stainless steel
Fig. 614/615

PN40

  • Wafer pattern flange

Stainless steel
Fig. 619

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