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Follow Our BlogHow to Select the Right Type of Drain Valve
No-Loss Condensate Drain Valves
No-Loss Drain Valves are known for their energy efficiency since they don't waste compressed air, no-loss, also called zero-loss automatic drain valves can often pay for themselves in a matter of weeks. They are controlled either by pneumatic/float or electronic/sensor.

Models Type of
Control
Air Compressor
or Aftercooler

Air
Receiver

Air
Dryer

Air
Filter

Oil/Water
Separator

Smart Guard Ultra Electronic Sensor X
X
X
X



Smart Guard Pro Electronic Sensor X
X
X
X


BEKOMAT Electronic Sensor X
X
X
X


Smart Guard POD Pneumatic/Float X
X
X




POD-DC Pneumatic/Float X
X
X
X


Mag-11 Pneumatic/Float





X


SCG-20 Pneumatic/Float





X


Robo Drain Pneumatic/Float X
X
X
X
X

Accu Drain Pneumatic/Float X
X
X
X
X

Exactronic Motorized Ball Valve

X





Timer-Controlled Condensate Drain Valves
Timer-Controlled Electronic Drain Valves traditionally are considered less likely to foul, but less energy efficient than a no-loss valve, timer-controlled electronic drain valves are well suited for small to medium sized compressed air systems. Most electronic drain valves let you set the drain to come on once every 10 seconds to 45 minutes and remain open for 0.10 to 10 seconds.

Models Type of
Control
Air Compressor
or Aftercooler

Air
Receiver

Air
Dryer

Air
Filter

Oil/Water
Separator

TEC-11 Electronic





X


Optimum Electronic X
X
X
X


Optimum HP Electronic X
X
X
X


Combo Electronic X
X
X
X


Combo Diaphragm Electronic X
X
X
X


Combo D-Lux Electronic X
X
X
X


EAD Electronic X
X
X
X


Posi Drain Electronic X
X
X
X
X

Sure Drain SD11 Electronic X
X
X
X
X

DV720 Electronic X
X
X
X


TEC-44 Motorized Ball Valve

X
X




Sure Drain BVD Motorized Ball Valve

X






Air Saver Motorized Ball Valve

X