What is a Gear Boiler Corrosion Device?
A gear boiler drainer is a device used to drain water or other liquids from a boiler. It generally consists of a valve or tap that can be opened to allow liquid to flow out of the boiler and a pipe or hose that directs the liquid to a suitable location for disposal. The threaded boiler drainer may also be equipped with a filter or screen to prevent debris or sediment from clogging the valve or pipe. The geared boiler drainer is widely used in industrial and commercial environments for the maintenance and repair of boilers, as well as the prevention of corrosion and other damage to boilers over time.
- Body: GGG40.3 Ductile Iron
- Float: Stainless Steel AISI 316
- Shaft: Stainless Steel AISI 316
- Bellows: Stainless Steel AISI 316
- Connection: A-1 / A-2 1″ BSPT Threaded A-2F DN25 Flange
- Pressure: PN16
- This level control is made of a stainless steel ball float and a flange for pressure up to 25 bar.
- Spherical body made of impact resistant and high density cast iron.
- Ball-shaped mercury switches for high temperatures.
- Differential leveling device.
- Execution: armored
- Double-glazed viewing window for ball-shaped mercury changes visibility.
- Conductor outlets with metallic flexible tubing.
- Electrical properties
- Two mercury bulb switches for high temperatures: one pump control switch, another to control the burner, and a minimum level alarm signal.