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How does the “Steam Saver System” compare with traditional steam traps? All traditional steam traps are subject to trap failure, simply because they have moving parts. To protect the equipment served by the traps, they are typically designed to fail in the “open” position, which wastes steam. Because these traps have to cycle to ensure that they are working properly, and an attempt is made to minimize cycles due to trap wear concerns, the orifice is grossly oversized compared to the stated trap capacity. The result is that a failed steam trap wastes large amounts of steam. And they will fail. In a typical trap installation, 10-15% of traps fail during a one year period. For harsh environments the failure rate is much higher. Steam discharge through a failed conventional trap can exceed 50% of the trap capacity.

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