Watson McDaniel Company Datasheets for Condensate Pumps

Condensate pumps are used to collect and transport condensate back into a steam system for reheating and reuse, or to remove unwanted condensate from an HVAC or appliance collection pan.
Condensate Pumps: Learn more

Product Name Notes
Condensate return systems on low pressure steam applications where the condensate temperatures do not exceed 190ºF. As condensate flows into the receiver tank of the pump package from the steam...
The Model PMPLS pressure motive pumps are low profile. These tanks are often required when draining condensate from process equipment that is positioned close to the ground which limits the...
The Model PMPM pressure motive pump has an extremely low-profile. These low-profile tanks are required when draining condensate from process equipment positioned close to the ground which limits the filling...
The Model PMPSS pressure motive pump body & cover is manufactured from 304L stainless steel. These tanks are designed to be used in harsh corrosive environments and receive the ASME...
The non-electric pressure powered pump shall be capable of operating with a maximum motive pressure of 200 psig provided by steam, air or other gas supply. The pump body shall...
The PMPBP is an extremely high-capacity pressure motive pump for applications requiring large transfer of condensate or other liquids. The internal operating mechanism function identically to other pumps in the...
The PMPF pressure motive pump body & cover are manufactured from carbon steel. These tanks are fabricated with 1/8” corrosion allowance and receive the ASME “UM” code stamp. This pump...
The PMPSP Sump Drainer uses the identical internal mechanism as the standard PMP models. The piping configuration is such that the liquid is discharged vertical upwards as opposed to horizontally...
The Watson McDaniel WPT Pump-Trap Combinations are excellent for draining heat exchangers or other equipment that is being fed by a temperature regulator or a temperature control valve. In these...