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  • SKU: AN1369
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Armstrong model TS-2 radiator trap with a 1/2" NPT connection and angle pattern for service up to 50 psi. The TS-2 has a balanced pressure thermostatic element with a high quality multiple-convolution bellows that make it ideal for draining equipment such as steam radiators and convectors, small heat exchangers, unit heaters, and steam air vents. The TS-2 features a cast bronze body and a stainless steel seat.

Online Price: $101.76
Regular Price: $106.00

  • SKU: AN1369A
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Armstrong model TS-2 radiator trap with a 3/4" NPT connection and angle pattern for service up to 50 psi. The TS-2 has a balanced pressure thermostatic element with a high quality multiple-convolution bellows that make it ideal for draining equipment such as steam radiators and convectors, small heat exchangers, unit heaters, and steam air vents. The TS-2 features a cast bronze body and a stainless steel seat.

Online Price: $139.20
Regular Price: $145.00

  • SKU: AN1369C
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Armstrong model TS-2 radiator trap with a 1/2" NPT connection and straight pattern for service up to 50 psi. The TS-2 has a balanced pressure thermostatic element with a high quality multiple-convolution bellows that make it ideal for draining equipment such as steam radiators and convectors, small heat exchangers, unit heaters, and steam air vents. The TS-2 features a cast bronze body and a stainless steel seat.

Online Price: $115.20
Regular Price: $120.00

  • SKU: AN1369E
  • Ships within 4 business days

Armstrong model TS-2 radiator trap with a 3/4" NPT connection and straight pattern for service up to 50 psi. The TS-2 has a balanced pressure thermostatic element with a high quality multiple-convolution bellows that make it ideal for draining equipment such as steam radiators and convectors, small heat exchangers, unit heaters, and steam air vents. The TS-2 features a cast bronze body and a stainless steel seat.

Online Price: $142.08
Regular Price: $148.00

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Armstrong: Guidelines for Steam Trap Repair

Armstrong: Guidelines for Steam Trap Repair

Energy costs continue to rise. Increasing right along with them is the awareness—greater than ever before—of how important steam trap maintenance is to conserving energy and saving dollars.

Armstrong: Let's Talk Steam Traps

Armstrong: Let's Talk Steam Traps

Armstrong offers a full range of steam traps as well as the remarkable trap valve station (TVS) to integrate valves and traps into one versatile package for quicker installation, simplified testing and faster maintenance.

Armstrong: Guidelines for Steam Trap Troubleshooting & Testing

Armstrong: Guidelines for Steam Trap Troubleshooting & Testing

This video recommends a step-by-step approach plant energy technicians can take to steam trap testing and problem solving. It emphasizes use of the faculties of both sight and hearing in gathering information, then applying training and experience to properly evaluate the results.

Armstrong: Guidelines for Steam System Efficiency

Armstrong: Guidelines for Steam System Efficiency

This educational video covers basic considerations in the design, piping, and trapping of steam systems. Topics include correct sizing and installation of steam supply and condensate return lines; steam velocities in the system; proper steam trap installation; trap safety factors; the use of air vents, vacuum breakers and safety drains; and how non-condensables affect the performance and service life of heat exchanger equipment.

Armstrong: What is Steam?

Armstrong: What is Steam?

This is the basics-of-steam primer… the "Steam 101" short course on the principles of steam that leads to a thorough understanding of the concepts outlined in the many Armstrong training courses and materials. Both live action video and clear, simple animation are used to illustrate steam properties and behavior. Everyday demonstrations and a straight-forward style help make this an informative and entertaining video, whether used as an introduction or as a refresher.

Armstrong: The Causes and Effects of Water Hammer

Armstrong: The Causes and Effects of Water Hammer

Water hammer has the potential to rupture valves, pipes, and fittings. Condensate can collect on the bottom of steam lines, out of the flow path, so it requires some external means, like gravity for instance, to move it through the system. While damage is most often caused by repeated occurrences of water hammer, sometimes damage can be immediate and catastrophic, and sometimes harmful to employee safety.