1-800-324-0093 Sales-Tulsa@ThorcoUSA.com

Steam-Trac Steam and Water Gages

ST600

For 600 PSI Working Steam Pressure (WSP) Steam-Trac ST-600 steam gages are ruggedly built to set the industry standard for reliabiity. All materials and construction standards are within strict compliance of ASME Section 1 code requirements.  The Steam-Trac ST-600 can be configured to replace less durable, more expensive, competitive models or for specific construction projects. Visible range must be achieved by using multiple sections with a 1” minimum overlap to ensure continuous visibility, as required by ASME Section 1, PG-60.

ST1000

For 1000 PSI Working Steam Pressure (WSP)

Steam-Trac ST-1000 steam gages are ruggedly built to set the industry standard for reliability. All materials and construction standards are within strict compliance of ASME Section 1 code requirements.

ST1600

For 1600 PSI Working Steam Pressure (WSP)

Steam-Trac ST-1600 steam gages are ruggedly built to set the industry standard for reliability in the difficult mid-pressure range from 1000 to 1600 PSI Working Steam Pressure. All materials and construction standards are within strict compliance of ASME Section 1 code requirements.

STB-3000

For 3000 PSI Working Steam Pressure (WSP)

The Steam-Trac STB-3000 Bi-Color Ported Gage must be used with a red/green filter illuminator. The gage chamber is constructed with opposing ports at an angle so that red light will pass unimpeded through the gage in the steam phase. When water is present, refraction will allow green light, only, to pass through. The result is a clear visual indication of water level.

STB3000 – I

The Steam-Trac STBI-3000 Illuminator matches long lasting LED lamps to a rugged fabricated enclosure to set an unsurpassed standard of reliability for bi-color water gage illumination. Each port has 4 each red and green LEDs to provide a brilliant display. To comply with ASME Section I, PG60, a ported gage must provide a means for obvious discrimination between steam and water. This requirement mandates that a ported gage must have a working illuminator.