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245 Automatic Drip Trap

Varec Biogas

[American]
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address:
6101 Ball Road, Suite 201 Cypress, CA 90630
Tel:
1-866-424-6427
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www.varec-biogas.com
E-mail:
info@varec-biogas.com

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Post Date :
2014-12-25 15:54:45
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Varec Biogas 245 Drip Trap is designed to remove condensate automatically by utilizing a float operated needle valve. When condensate accumulates in the drip trap reservoir, it lifts the float which 
is connected to a lever arm. The lever operates the needle valve to drain the condensate.
 
The unit is designed to prevent gas from escaping while draining. The float is positioned within the reservoir so that the needle valve closes when the liquid level is still above the outlet port.
 
Standard materials of construction are corrosion resistant low copper cast aluminum body and cover, with stainless steel internal working parts. Inlet and outlet connections are 1-inch NPT.Condensate reservoir capacity is 2.0 quarts (1.9 liters). A drain plug is provided to permit manual draining of the reservoir. Maximum working pressure is 25 psig (172.5 kPa).
 
Check your local rules regarding the use of float-operated drip traps.
Varec (VApor RECovery Specialty Company) began business in the 1930's at its manufacturing plant in Compton, California. Varec was there in the infancy stage of the biogas market in the early 1950's. From the onset, Varec's focus was to deliver Biogas Handling products that suited customers' specific requirements, even if it meant creating the product off the drawing board. Varec initially sold direct to end-users and in the 1970's instituted a Sales Representative Network that catered to Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants. A select number of Sales Representatives in the United States helped Varec acquire approximately 90% installed base from the 2,500 Wastewater Treatment Plants that utilize Anaerobic Digesters for Biosolids Treatment built between the mid-60's to late 70's. Today, Varec Biogas is 100% dedicated in providing total solutions to the biogas market. In February, 2003, Westech Industrial Inc. acquired the biogas portion of the Varec business from Tyco Valves and Controls, LP Inc. The Varec-Westech relationship is over 40 years old. Westech became the Canadian sales representative for Varec in 1966, and was also Varec's supplier of its most reliable waste gas burner, Model 244W now twenty years strong. Varec Biogas remains focused on the needs of our customers allowing our relationships to grow stronger. Our focus is on delivering what our customer wants. We make it our business to ensure it happens. Our greatest asset is, and will always be, our customer's loyalty. We will constantly strive at becoming experts of our customer's business and creating the solutions that will meet and exceed their rising expectations and future needs.
Varec Biogas 245 Drip Trap is designed to remove condensate automatically by utilizing a float operated needle valve. When condensate accumulates in the drip trap reservoir, it lifts the float which 
is connected to a lever arm. The lever operates the needle valve to drain the condensate.
 
The unit is designed to prevent gas from escaping while draining. The float is positioned within the reservoir so that the needle valve closes when the liquid level is still above the outlet port.
 
Standard materials of construction are corrosion resistant low copper cast aluminum body and cover, with stainless steel internal working parts. Inlet and outlet connections are 1-inch NPT.Condensate reservoir capacity is 2.0 quarts (1.9 liters). A drain plug is provided to permit manual draining of the reservoir. Maximum working pressure is 25 psig (172.5 kPa).
 
Check your local rules regarding the use of float-operated drip traps.