Zero air/zero energy loss condensate drains are designed for economical removal of unwanted water, oil emulsions, and other liquids. These drains will only open when liquid is present and will not allow any compressed air to escape from the system. A Zero air/zero energy loss condensate drain is necessary because condensate is always present in a compressed air system. If condensate is not removed from a compressed air system, it will adversely affect product quality and production efficiency, and will eventually lead to costly downtime.
• Automatically drains condensate.
• When minimum level of condensate is reached, the valve closes in time before compressed air can escape.
• Includes an integrated dirt screen between the level measurement and drain valve to protect the diaphragm valve.
• Particulate contamination is removed by the integrated dirt screen before fouling the moving parts.
• Drain will remove condensate when liquid reaches the high level sensor.
• The drain will not operate until the liquid level reaches the high level sensor.
• Particulate contamination is removed by the integrated dirt screen before fouling the outlet port.
• Compressors with Aftercooler
• Receiver Tanks
• Air Dryers
• Drip Legs
Maximum Operating Pressure (psig)
Maximum Operating Pressure (barg)
Minimum Operating Pressure (psig)
Minimum Operating Pressure (barg)
Maximum Operating Temperature (F)
Maximum Operating Temperature (C)
Minimum Operating Temperature (F)
Minimum Operating Temperature (C)
Port Connection (inch)
120 VAC, 60 Hz
4.33, 3.99, 4.79
11, 10.1, 12.2
5.03, 4.77, 4.86
12.8, 12.1, 12.3
6 Gallons / 23 Liters per day, 13 Gallons / 49 Liters per day, 23 Gallons / 87 Liters per day