121* Actuator#

121* Actuator#

121* Sensor-Knob#

121* Sensor-Knob#

121 Sensor Duct-Knob#

121 Sensor Duct-Knob#

121 Sensor Union-Knob#

121 Sensor Union-Knob#

121 Sensor Wall-Knob#

121 Sensor Wall-Knob#

122 Actuator-Knob#

122 Actuator-Knob#

122* Glass Pocket#

122* Glass Pocket#

123* Remote Set-Knob#

123* Remote Set-Knob#

123 Duct Side#

123 Duct Side#

123* Glass Pocket#

123* Glass Pocket#

128* Sensor Knob#

128* Sensor Knob#

423 Controller#

423 Controller#

423 Duct Side#

423 Duct Side#

Hi Limit Cutout#

Hi Limit Cutout#

Hi Limit Cutout#

Hi Limit Cutout#

Hi Limit Cutout M/S#

Hi Limit Cutout M/S#

Hi Limit Cutout M/S#

Hi Limit Cutout M/S#

HL10 M/Switch#

HL10 M/Switch#

HL10 M/Switch#

HL10 M/Switch#

130 Connector#

130 Connector#

121 Sensor-Dial#

121 Sensor-Dial#

128 Sensor-Dial#

128 Sensor-Dial#

121 Sensor Duct-Dial#

121 Sensor Duct-Dial#

121* Sensor Duct-Dial#

121* Sensor Duct-Dial#

121* Sensor Union-Dial#

121* Sensor Union-Dial#

121* Sensor Wall-Dial#

121* Sensor Wall-Dial#

122 Actuator-Dial#

122 Actuator-Dial#

123 Remote Set-Dial#

123 Remote Set-Dial#

Naming Conventions for Product Drawings

The basic naming convention generally consists of the product name followed by its view or orientation. For example, TD42 L is a TD42 Thermodynamic steam trap shown with flow from left to right.

Abbreviation Example Meaning

product views & orientations

R TD42 R Right to left flow
L TD42 L Left to right flow
V or Ver FT14 V Cover Sc Vertical flow
Z FT14 Z Sc Z axis view (for example, the view looking through the centre orifice)
Fi ILVA Fi L Full image

connection types

Sc BPT21 L Sc Screwed
Fl BPT21 L Fl Flanged
Wd BTD52 L Wd Weld
Bw AV45 Bw L Butt weld

product options

B/down or Bd TD42 L Bd+Iso Blowdown version
Iso or Isotub TD42 L Bd+Iso Isotub option (for Thermodynamic steam traps)
H or Hor FT54H* L Horizontal version
V or Ver FT54V* Vertical version
SLR FT14 L SLR Sc Steam lock release option

other conventions

* BSA1* L More than one product shares this drawing (for example, the BSA2 & BSA3 look the same as the BSA1 so use the same drawing)
# BC 3200# Insert the drawing using a scale factor of 1:1