Light Steam Trace Bundles | Parker LT Temptrace
Light Steam Trace
Parker LT Temptrace Light Steam Trace Tubing consists of single or multiple process tubes insulated from a single tracer with non-hygroscopic glass fiber insulation and overall non-hygroscopic glass fiber insulation and black. 105° C rated, flame-resistant PVC (FR PVC) jacket.
The LT Series Temptrace is designed to utilize saturated steam pressures to 230 PSIG (15.8 BAR) and 400°F (204.4°C) without generating a process tube temperature in excess of 200°F (93°C) or a jacket surface termperature greater than 140°F (60°C) at 80°F (26.6°C) ambient. Standard product has a Maximum Temperature Rating (MTR) of 400°F (204.4°C). Higher temperature rated designs are available.
The LT Temptrace permits use of higher pressure steam to heat trace instrument lines carrying water, light oil, paraffin, paraffin-based fluids, and temperature-sensitive chemicals. Parker LT Temptrace is ideal for simple instrument line freeze protection and viscosity maintenance applications.
Type 122 DHP Seamless Copper and 316-316L Welded Stainless Steel are standard. Additional materials, wall thicknesses and seamless stainless steel are available upon request. For Material Specifications of metal tubing, please contact us.
Air-spaced, cross wrapped applied non-hygroscopic fiberglass thermal insulation for minimum heat loss. The insulated tracer provides a more constant process tube temperature over long tubing runs.
The tough, black, 105°C rated, flame-resistant PVC (FR PVC) jacket, protects the tubing against corrosive atmospheres, water, oils, acids, alkalies, and most chemicals. Additional jacket materials are available upon request. For Material Specifications of jackets, please contact us.
Each tube in every length of Parker Temptrace is pressure tested prior to shipment to assure the instrument engineer a high quality, reliable, trouble-free product. For Testing Specifications, please contact us.
Accessories are available for conencting multiple lengths of steam trace bundles and sealing bundle ends.
NOTE: It is absolutely necessary to seal the ends against contamination from moisture and/or corrosive liquids. Neither Parker Hannifin and/or Motion & Flow Control Products, Inc. can assume any liability for product damage caused by moisture from unsealed ends.