Radiator steam traps are found on radiator, convectors and related equipment in steam heating systems. Usually operating under 15 pounds psi of steam or less, radiator traps often make up the largest population of steam traps in your low-pressure steam heating system. The single operating component within the radiator trap is the thermostatic element - Opening to let condensed steam (water) out of the equipment being trapped, and closing to prevent steam from going beyond its point of use.
Replace the thermostatic element every five years to both ensure proper steam trap operation and save thousands of dollars annually on your steam heating bills. Virtually all of the steam trap brand names distributed by State Supply include radiator traps in their product line-up. Barnes & Jones makes replacement thermostatic steam trap elements for almost every radiator traps ever made, including both current and obsolete models.