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Bestobell DT Series Thermodynamic Disc Steam Traps

The Bestobell Steam DT series thermodynamic disc traps are clean, lightweight and compact, designed to efficiently discharge condensate on applications with working pressures up to 711 psi.

The DTCS is a clean steam trap constructed of 316L stainless steel that offers corrosion resistance for non-sanitary applications. It's a great steam trap for fluctuating loads and pressures.

Key Specifications

  • Unaffected by water hammer or freezing
  • Designed to fail open
  • All stainless steel construction (ASTM A743 Gr CA40)
  • Efficiently discharge condensate on working pressures up to 711 PSI

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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Model Selection Guide

Use this table to find the right model for your application.  Don't see the option you need? Call a Lesman sales specialist at 800-953-7626

Size NPT Max. Allowable
Operating Differential
Pressure Range
Max. Operating
Back Pressure
Max. Allowable
3/8" 711 PSIG 3.5 to 1886 PSID 70% Inlet Pressure 799°F DT711110
1/2" 711 PSIG 3.5 to 1886 PSID 70% Inlet Pressure 799°F DT711210
3/4" 711 PSIG 3.5 to 1886 PSID 70% Inlet Pressure 799°F DT711310
1" 711 PSIG 3.5 to 2427 PSID 70% Inlet Pressure 799°F DT711410


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