Mark 934 Series Ultra Capacity Sanitary Steam Trap System

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Last modified: 9 May 2023
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The Mark 934 from Steriflow is specifically designed to facilitate the sterilization of sanitary vessels including fermentors, bioreactors and autoclaves without the addition of a SIP Heat up bypass loop.

The system consists of a high flow sanitary steam trap and a standard capacity sanitary steam trap in the same body. The combined condensate capacity of the two traps handles the highest condensate and air flows during initial heat up, replacing the need for a bypass loop. The standard integral trap manages the lower rate of condensate production during the SIP maintenance period.

The MK 934 has enough capacity (9934 kg/h) to efficiently air and condensate heat up loads associated with bioreactors and fermenters.

Your benefits:
– Significant Captital Expense savings: No bypass tubing and valves required.
– Utility Cost reduction: Less clean steam is required to accomplish heat up.
– Plant availability increase: Reduces heat up time and SIP total cycle time.

The MK 934 is designed to operate up to a maximum differential pressure of 50 psig (3.4 bar) and will control condensate subcooling to less than 5 °F (2.8 °C) over a range from 10 to 50 psig (0.68 to 3.4 bar).

– Readily handles the largest SIP loads
– Interior and exterior polished to 20 Ra µin (~ 0.5 µm)
– Self-draining, no hold up
– Ease of disassembly and maintenance

– Size : DN25, DN40, DN50
– Connections: tri-clamps, weld ends DIN/ISO, threaded
– Material : SS
– Gaskets : Viton, Teflon encapsulated, FDA, USP Class VI Approved (standard)
– Max. Operating Conditions : Max. Oper. Pressure: 50 psig (3.4 bar), Max. All. Temperature: 350 °F (177 °C)
Design ratings : Max. All. Pressure: 150 psig (10.0 bar), Max. All. Temperature: 350 °F (177 °C)
Max. recommended Differential Pressure : 10 – 50 psig (0.68 bar – 3.4 bar)

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