Crane ChemPharma & Energy is celebrating its 160 year anniversary at the Valve World Americas Expo. At the event, it will showcase an extensive portfolio of fluid handling solutions, including two recently launched products from the Pacific and Xomox valve brands.
Juergen Sonderschaefer, VP Global Sales for the company said, “we are very excited this year to commemorate our 160th anniversary during the Valve World Expo, and to have the opportunity to celebrate our history with our customers, colleagues and partners in the industry. This event is an excellent opportunity for us to both honour our past and look towards the future as we share new products and solutions with our customers.”
Designed in accordance with the industry’s latest standards, the new Pacific CSV line of cast steel gate, globe and check valves from Crane ChemPharma & Energy provide the highest level of quality and performance in demanding applications.
Subject to Crane’s rigorous development and testing process, each valve is uniquely build and tested per API 598 standards to offer exceptional performance in the global oil and gas, petrochemical, power and refining industries. The globe valves also comply with the API 623 standard released specifically for globe valves. With higher Cv rates and lower operating torques than alternative valve types, Pacific CSV valves deliver superior value to users in demanding applications.
Engineered to address the inherent dangers of volatile chemical applications, the Xomox FK adheres to the industry’s most stringent standards and combats the harmful effects of temperature and pressure fluctuation. Three independent stem seals offer superior fugitive emissions controls, and are certified to EPA Method-21, ISO-15848 and TA-Luft according to VDI 2440. Self relieving seats relieve excess pressure to protect the integrity of the valve while maintaining bidirectional operation. The patented SX ball stem design provides high maximum stem torque capability and builtin side load resistance, which extends valve life under severe conditions including thermal cycling.
Edited from press release by Claira Lloyd
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