Wright-Austin Model 90-AC and 95-AC
Float Style Drain Traps in Cast Iron, Carbon Steel and 316 Stainless Steel

Wright-Austin float style drain traps provide an economical method for draining condensate and fluid from gas/liquid separators for pressures up to 500 PSI without allowing compressed air and steam to escape with it.

Water enters the trap from the topside and builds-up within the trap body.  The float rises with the water level and when it gets high enough the float opens a valve.  Water is expelled from the bottom and the float quickly comes back down, closing the valve before any air or steam is allowed to escape. A small amount of water remains within the trap, creating a liquid seal and keeping the valve closed tight. Internal parts, including the valve and seat, are corrosion-resistant, non-magnetic stainless steel.

If installed in areas where freezing is a concern consider ordering a  to prevent the retained water from freezing.
• P/N 9014A2, Model 90-AC (for cast iron trap), 50 watt, 120 volt heating element.
• P/N 9014D, Model 95-AC (for cast steel and 316SS trap), 100 watt, 120 volt heating element.

The components to build float drain traps are usually stocked items and shipments made within 2-3 days to any USA location (7-10 days outside USA) after receipt of an order.  If you need assistance with proper selection, please fill-out our inquiry form.

wright-austin model 90 float drain trap MATERIAL PART NUMBER MODEL CONFIGURATION PIPE SIZE
CAST IRON 90ACN 90-ACN VERTICAL STRAIGHT-THROUGH ¾"
CARBON STEEL 95CSACCN 95-AC 1"
316SS 95SSACN 95-AC 1"

Datasheets:
Installation/Operation Sheet
Model 90/95-AC Parts List
Drain Trap Capacity Chart

Outline Drawings:
Cast Iron
Cast Steel
Cast 316SS

Rebuild Kits for 90/95AC: (Includes body gaskets for both old and new style)
PART NUMBER MODEL SPECIFY ORIFICE SIZE
90-0-8C 90-AC 1/8", 3/32", 5/32" OR 5/64"
95-0-8C 95-AC 3/32", 5/32" OR 1/8"
Torque specification for body bolts: 255 in-lbs
It is typically recommended that for steam service, stainless steel
orifices are used instead of the standard Viton. Please let us know if this is the case.