The new integrated test valve assembly from Swagelok has been developed to allow the user to visually observe condensate removal and monitor steam trap performance wherever steam heating systems and steam traps are used. Monitoring steam trap performance can help reduce costs related to steam and energy loss, reduced heating capacity, and equipment damage.

The integrated test valve assembly consists of two stainless steel Swagelok 63 series general purpose ball valves for isolation and testing and a sCF3M Swagelok two-bolt universal mount that offers easy installation of a steam trap, says the company. Valves feature oval quarter-turn handles available in locking, non-locking, and latch-locking models and a wide variety of end connections, including Swagelok tube fitting, female NPT, and female ISO-7/1.

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