Today is...
Sunday, August 25, 2019
Welcome to Control.com, the global online
community of automation professionals.
Featured Video...
Featured Video
EtherCAT with CTC’s master lets your multivendor network play well together...
Our Advertisers
Help keep our servers running...
Patronize our advertisers!
Visit our Post Archive
Condensate Pot Support
Condensate Pot for pressure transmitter installation.

Our project requires condensate pot for Pressure Transmitter installation whose tapping point for Gas Service is higher. I was told that the tubing can hold the pot. Do you have details for the support in case the pot is larger?

The pipe-fitters always seem to take care of supports without a lot coaching. Sometimes close coupled to a root valve. I have seen pipe, as opposed to tubing, used on occasion for support.

Slide 24 at Slideshare has AS-Schneider (Germany) supports for valves and measuring instruments:
https://www.slideshare.net/RemavalSasMantenimiento/as-0201gaugevalvesandpressuregaugeaccessoriesen

I'm curious as to why there's a condensate pot in a vapor/gas impulse line at all? Why not let any condensed liquid drain down into pipe directly?

I know these pots are old tech already. The client maybe conservative. Thanks for your reply. We moved forward with what you advised.