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Steam Saver traps

I have to say I'm skeptical. The Steam Saver appears to be an evolution of the fixed discharge orifice device, which has been shown to not work nearly as well as a trap in heating work.

Further, the site depicts industrial process applications as the ideal locations for Steam Savers, rather than heating systems. I could not find any mention of installing Steam Savers on a Vapor system and what the results might have been.

Probably best to stick with traps for now.

BTW, if anyone from Hydro Products wants to speak to this, we're listening.

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  • Dave_120
    Dave_120 Member Posts: 1
    steam Saver traps

    Am looking at Hydro Products "Steam Saver Traps" to replace a hundred or so in a large building. The original piping was installed in 1944 but is in good shape. With their strainer will rust be an issue? Most of the condensate is pushed uphill to the mains. Is this an issue and how much. Trying to find if they work well, how long they last, and are there any issues. Thanks for the help.
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