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Next www.cranecpe.com Crane ChemPharma & Energy (within Crane’s Fluid Handling segment) designs and manufactures a variety of high performance products. Its trusted brands ALOYCO®, CENTER LINE®, COMPAC-NOZ®, CRANE®, DEPA®, DUO-CHEK®, ELRO®, FLOWSEAL®, JENKINS®, KROMBACH®, NOZ-CHEK®, PACIFIC VALVES®, RESISTOFLEX®, REVO®, SAUNDERS®, STOCKHAM®, TRIANGLE®, UNI-CHEK®, WTA®, and XOMOX® offer customers complete and innovative product portfolio designed for the most demanding corrosive, erosive, and high purity applications. Among the industries served are the chemical processing, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, oil & gas, refining, and power generation.


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Table of Contents A Continuing Story of Success Dependable Operation Engineers know they can trust Pacific速 Valves. They set the industry standard for dependable, consistent operation, even in the most adverse conditions with years of trouble-free performance. Customer Service Customers know they can depend on Pacific速 for after sales service and technical support from one of our many locally based sales associates and distribution partners.

Introduction to Crane

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Comprehensive Product Portfolio

4

Pacific速CSV Quality

5

Product Portfolio

6

Gate Valve Features

7

Globe Valve Features

8

Swing Check Valve Features

9

Applications

10

Engineering Approach

11

Global Compliance Pacific速CSV valves are fully compliant to all relevant global standards.

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Introduction to Crane • Crane Co.

FOUNDED IN 1855 1

FLUID HANDLING

2

AEROSPACE & ELECTRONICS

3

MERCHANDISING SYSTEMS

4

ENGINEERED MATERIALS

Crane Co. 9%

26%

50%

Crane Co. Crane Co. is a diversified global manufacturer of engineered industrial products traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CR). One of its segments, Crane Fluid Handling, provides highly engineered products for fluid handling applications worldwide.

The Fluid Handling Segment Crane Fluid Handling provides highly-engineered products including valves, pumps, controls and water treatment equipment for fluid handling applications worldwide. Its operating units include Crane ChemPharma & Energy, Crane Nuclear, Crane Building Services, Crane Pumps & Systems, Crane Supply, Barksdale Control Products.

Fluid Handling Aerospace & Electronics Merchandising Systems Engineered Materials

Key Markets

Crane ChemPharma & Energy (CPE) Crane CP&E designs and manufactures a variety of highperformance products including: highly-engineered check valves, sleeved plug valves, lined valves, process ball valves, high performance butterfly valves, bellows sealed globe valves, aseptic and industrial diaphragm valves, multi/quarter-turn valves, actuation, sight glasses, lined pipe, fitting and hoses, and air-operated diaphragm and peristaltic pumps. Its trusted brands are in use worldwide in many industries, including Oil & Gas, Oil Refining, Petrochemical, Power Generation, Chemical Processing, Biotechnology, and Pharmaceutical.

Crane (CPE) Brands ALOYCO · CENTER LINE · COMPAC-NOZ · CRANE · DEPA DUO-CHEK · ELRO · FLOWSEAL · JENKINS · KROMBACH NOZ-CHEK · PACIFIC · RESISTOFLEX · REVO · SAUNDERS STOCKHAM · TRIANGLE · UNI-CHEK · WTA · XOMOX

15%

18% 9%

25%

23% 25% Chemical/Petrochemical Energy Building Services Municipal General Industry

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Pacific® Valves

Pacific Valves

Company History and Introduction Pacific® Valves was established in Signal Hill, California in 1934, as a company devoted to reconditioning all makes, models, types and sizes of valves. During this time, the manufacturing engineers quickly noticed a pattern of design flaws in the valves that consistently drove repair business. By using this unique experience, Pacific quickly developed its own line of Gate, Globe and Check valves and we’ve never looked back. The cornerstones of our success are continuous quality improvement, reliable service and support, and robust investment into product innovation. These are the hallmarks that have enabled Pacific Valves to become one of the most proven and respected brands in the world.

Manufacturing Locations Signal Hill, California U.S.A

Launched line of Bolted Bonnet gates, globe & check valves

1941

Y-globe design, 1st C12A material produced

Released pressure seal line of gates, globes & checks

1976

1979

1934 Parallel disc gate valve introduced

Company founded in Signal Hill, CA

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Viralimalai, India

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1982

Pacific launches Pacific®Cast Steel

1994 Crane acquires Pacific Valves from Mark Controls

2009

2015

Pacific adds new facility in Viralimali, India

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Pacific Quality Crane is built on quality principles and practices to achieve the best safety, quality, performance, delivery, service and total cost. As such, all suppliers must abide by the policies set forth in the Crane Global Supplier Quality Manual.

Process-driven Results

Certified Quality

Years of research and development, together with practical experience in reconditioning all types of valves, have gone into design and manufacture of Pacific® Valves. High quality materials and workmanship, combined with the modern manufacturing methods used in producing these valves are your assurance of a dependable, uniform product. Pacific Valves are designed in accordance with the latest edition of industry requirements and design standards.

Crane processes are audited by global customers. Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis (PFMEA) is a structured tool used to evaluate and document ways in which a product might fail to meet customers’ expectations.

Process Failure Modes Effect Analysis Address High RPN’s Control Plan Work First off Calibration Instruction Instructions Log

Gauges

• • • • • •

API 622 API 624 CE/PED Indian Boiler Regulation (IBR) ISO 15848-1 ISO 9001:2008

These valves comply with the applicable requirements of the following standards: • API 624 • API 600 • API 623 • API 598 • ASME B 16.34 • ASME B 16.10 • ASME B 16.5 • ASME B 16.25

Traceability Pacific®CSV has partnered with a world renowned foundry to deliver the highest quality valves within the industry. By being in a joint venture, Pacific now has control over the entire process flow map from the pour to delivery of assembled valve.

Process Flow

Scrap Sheet

The following is a partial list held by Crane, and/or Crane affiliates. All certificates are available upon request.

Poka Yoke

TPM’s

Being in a joint venture provides confidence that the product we deliver will be assembled with the utmost care. With that care, also comes the ability to trace each and every component back to its original source, so if an error was to occur, we can get to the root of the problem to ensure that it will never happen again. Our world-class manufacturing and traceability processes from the pour to delivery of assembled valves, provide the highest quality assurance established to meet or exceed our customers’ requirements.

Control Plan Process - Defining expectations before production.

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Comprehensive Product Portfolio

Peace of Mind. Pacific® Valves are a preferred supplier for OEMs, EPCs, and end users the world because our customers know that we have a superior selection, offered in a wide array of materials, available in an almost unlimited variety of customizations. If you need a cast solution, our application engineers work with you to provide the right offering to meet your valve requirements.

Pacific®CSV • Proven designs available in WCB, LCB, LCC, WC6, WC9, C5, C12, CF3M, CF8, CF8M • Full product design range, sizes 2” – 24”, pressure classes #150 - #600 Valve Type & Class

IN

2

2.5

3

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

24

DN

50

65

80

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

600

150 Gate

300 600 150

Globe

300 600 150

Check

300 600

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Key Features - Gate Valve Gate Valve Cv Stem and stem nuts have been designed to minimize torque

16000

15% increase

14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0

2”

3”

4”

6”

8”

Pacific®CSV

Fully-guided wedge ensures smooth operation in both horizontal and vertical orientations to help prevent sticking

10”

Competitor

2 3

Live loading option extends fugitive emissions performance by eliminating the need for manual packing adjustment

1

T-slot stem designed for simple installation and maintenance

Available in solid or flexible wedge, which provides a better seal

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Modular stuffing box facilitates changeover for low fugitive emissions and monitoring port options

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7


Key Features Globe Valve

Stem and stem nuts have been designed to minimize torque

3

Modular stuffing box facilitates changeover for low fugitive emissions and monitoring port options

Integral ISO 5210 mounting is available in larger sizes for ease of actuation Increased stem diameter to comply per API 623

1 2

Uniquely designed line contact between disc and seat results in lower seating torque, permitting faster set up

The guided disc option facilitates seating and prevents vibration during high velocities and pressure drops

Increased wall thickness, per API 623, for additional resistance to corrosion and erosion

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Key Features Swing Check Swing Check Valve Cv 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0

Disc fastener is restrained by the bonnet to eliminate the risk of a displaced disc and prevent damage to downstream equipment

50% increase

2”

3”

4”

6”

8”

Pacific®CSV

10”

12”

Competitor

1

2 3

Internal hung disc pin arrangement eliminates leak path from pressure boundary

Anti rotation pins

Modular design enables easy change to an optional external pin arrangement if counterweights are required

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Applications Pacific® Valves valves offer economical solutions for the vast majority of refining applications while maintaining the highest possible degree of performance in terms of in-line leakage and fugitive emissions. They are commonly used within the following industries:

Within these industries, Pacific valves have superior performance in the following applications

•• •• •• •• •• ••

•• •• •• ••

Refining Oil Chemical Petrochemical Power Pharmaceutical

Oil Steam Sea Water Ethylene

FUNCTION

Performance Chart Gate

Globe

Check

Sizes

2 “ - 24” DN15/DN600

2 “ - 24” DN15/DN600

2 “ - 24” DN15/DN600

Pressure Ratings

Class 150, 300, 600

Class 150, 300, 600

Class 150, 300, 600

On / Off Throttling Diversion Clean Liquids & Gasses Dirty Liquids & Gasses

MEDIA TYPES

Corrosive Liquids & Gasses Hazardous Liquids & Gasses Viscous Liquids Scaling Liquids & Slurries Abrasive Slurries Fibrous Slurries Dry Materials

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Vacuum Service High Flow Capacity Low Torque Fugitive Emissions Control Reduced Maintenance Extended Service Life

Superior Performance

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Limited Application

Not Applicable

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Engineering Approach Concept Design Robust design methodology and use of world class engineering tools to design products based on customer needs. Full compliance of relevant industry standards like API 600, API 623, API 624, ASME B 16.34, ASME B16.10. Well structured design process followed for the entire product range. This enables us to provide engineering data, general arrangement drawings with high quality and accuracy.

Calculations:

Standard templates developed

Manufacturing Feasibility Manufacturing feasibility was proven for castings – both sand and investment parts.

Master templates developed

Rigorous product testing.

Magma Flow simulation for superior quality castings.

Analysis:

Fugitive Emissions

Stress & Deflection Evaluation

Pacific believes in ensuring a safer environment, and is taking a proactive approach towards reducing fugitive emissions. Fugitive emissions occur from spills, leaks, and evaporation. Pacific®CSV will ensure some of the lowest fugitive emission ratings within the industry. To make sure Pacific® Cast Steel valves will be industry leading in fugitive emission, API 622 packing will be a standard offering. Our valves exceed API 624 and ISO 15848.

API Standard 624, First Edition, 2014 Test Report

“Type Testing of Rising Stem Valves Equipped with Graphite Packing for Fugitive Emissions” Performed for

Crane Energy

Cv & Pressure drop calculations

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4 inch Class 150 Gate Valve Product Code: 2355

Project Number: 214276 Test Start Date: March 10, 2015 Performed by

YARMOUTH RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY, LLC 434 Walnut Hill Road North Yarmouth, ME 04097 USA (207) 829-5359 info@yarmouthresearch.com www.yarmouthresearch.com

Drawings:

General arrangement drawings

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Crane ChemPharma & Energy Crane Energy Headquarters 4526 Research Forest Drive, Suite 400 The Woodlands, Texas 77381 U.S.A Tel: +1 936 271 6500 Fax +1 936 271 6510

Pacific Valves Customer Service 3201 Walnut Avenue Signal Hill, CA 90755 U.S.A Tel: +1 562 426 2531 Fax +1 562 595 9717

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Gate, Globe and Check Features and Benefits The new Pacific®CSV valves have been redesigned to improve performance and have undergone Crane’s rigorous development and testing process. These valves exceed industry fugitive emissions standards. Each Pacific valve is uniquely built and tested per API 598 standards, delivering superior performance in the most challenging conditions. Certifications: • API 624 • API 623 • API 622 • CE/PED • Indian Boiler Regulation (IBR) • ISO 15848-1 • ISO 9001:2008 These valves comply with the applicable requirements of the following standards: • API 600 • API 594 • API 598 • ASME B 16.34 • ASME B 16.10 • ASME B 16.5 • ASME B 16.25

GATE VALVE FEATURES INCLUDE: • Fully-guided wedge ensures smooth operation in both horizontal and vertical orientations to deliver improved resistance to sticking. • Modular stuffing box facilitates changeover for low fugitive emissions and monitoring port options. • Live loading option extends fugitive emissions performance by eliminating the need for manual packing adjustment.

GLOBE VALVE FEATURES INCLUDE: • Uniquely designed line contact between disc and seat results in lower seating torque, permitting faster set up. • The guided disc option facilitates seating during turbulent flow conditions. • Integral ISO 5210 mounting is available in larger sizes for ease of actuation.

SWING CHECK VALVE FEATURES INCLUDE: • Disc fastener is restrained by the bonnet to eliminate the risk of a displaced disc and prevent damage to downstream equipment. • Internal hung disc pin arrangement eliminates leak path from pressure boundary. • Modular design enables easy change to an optional external pin arrangement if counterweights are required.

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Gate Valve Dimensions and Weights A

A

B

B

Figure 2155- Class 150 Figure 2355- Class 300 Figure 2655- Class 600

M

H

H

M

L L

CLASS 150, 300 & 600 (Inches) Valve Pressure NB (in) Class 50 (2")

65 (2.5")

80 (3")

100 (4")

150 (6")

200 (8")

250 (10")

300 (12")

L

H H (Open) (Close)

M

Weight (lbs.)

Valve Pressure NB (in) Class

L

H H (Open) (Close)

M

Weight (lbs.)

FE

WE

FE

WE

150

7

9

17

14

8

47

42

300

9

9

18

15

8

64

55

600

12

12

18

16

8

85

72

600

35

35

65

51

GO

2618

2285

150

8

10

17

14

8

56

48

150

16

24

68

52

GO

1094

1032

300

10

10

18

15

8

73

59

300

33

33

73

56

GO

2040

1813

600

13

13

20

17

9

118

98

600

39

39

79

63

GO

3715

3245

150

8

11

20

16

9

75

66

150

17

26

76

58

GO

1389

1418

300

11

11

21

17

9

110

91

300

36

36

81

63

GO

2638

2252

600

14

14

24

20

10

138

113

600

43

43

84

66

GO

4490

3911

150

9

12

24

20

10

106

97

150

18

28

82

62

GO

1654

1601

300

12

12

25

20

10

165

136

300

39

39

90

70

GO

3564

3089

600

17

17

28

23

14

250

197

600

47

47

95

72

GO

6213

5476

150

11

16

31

25

14

185

179

150

20

32

99

75

GO

2396

2334

300

16

16

33

26

14

310

256

600

22

22

36

29

18

584

472

150

12

17

39

30

14

278

263

300

17

17

41

32

16

481

400

600

26

26

43

35

20

936

793

150

13

18

46

36

16

411

396

300

18

18

49

39

18

737

614

600

31

31

54

43

GO

1502

1235

150

14

20

55

42

18

622

593

300

20

20

57

44

20

1036

895

600

33

33

62

48

GO

2043

1740

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350 (14")

400 (16")

450 (18")

500 (20")

600 (24")

FE

WE

150

15

23

62

48

GO

842

FE

WE 816

300

30

30

65

51

GO

1595

1340

300

45

45

101

77

GO

5338

4625

600

55

55

111

87

GO

9385

8342

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Globe Valve Dimensions and Weights C

C

B

B

M

Figure 160- Class 150 Figure 360- Class 300 Figure 660- Class 600

H

H

M

L

L

CLASS 150, 300 & 600 (Inches) Valve Pressure NB (in) Class 50 (2")

65 (2.5")

80 (3")

100 (4")

150 (6")

200 (8")

4

L

H H (Open) (Close)

M

Weight (lbs.)

Valve Pressure NB (in) Class

L

H H (Open) (Close)

FE

WE

FE

WE

150

8

8

16

15

8

50

45

300

11

11

16

15

8

57

49

600

12

12

16

15

8

93

80

600

31

31

45

150

9

9

17

15

8

66

54

150

28

28

34

300

12

12

18

16

8

86

72

300

28

28

40

600

13

13

18

17

10

130

107

600

33

33

56

150

10

10

18

17

10

88

74

150

31

31

300

13

13

18

17

10

107

88

300

33

150 300

600

14

14

21

20

10

185

164

150

12

12

22

21

10

133

116

300

14

14

23

21

10

178

146

600

17

17

26

24

16

311

256

150

16

16

22

21

14

196

172

300

18

18

27

25

18

350

299

600

22

22

32

29

20

728

618

150

20

20

27

23

16

330

295

300

22

22

31

27

GO

561

488

600

26

26

39

36

GO

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1114

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250 (10")

300 (12")

350 (14")

400 (16")

450 (18")

M

Weight (lbs.)

FE

WE

150

25

25

29

25

GO

505

FE

WE 453

300

25

25

36

32

GO

825

720

41

GO

1610

1340

29

GO

724

643

35

GO

1184

1015

50

GO

2264

1966

43

38

GO

1115

990

33

47

42

GO

1739

1485

36

36

44

38

GO

1399

1250

34

34

59

51

GO

2386

2113

150

39

39

45

39

GO

1724

1584

300

39

39

60

54

GO

3105

2740

FE: Flanged End Valve WE: Buttweld End Valve H (open): Valve center to Stem top in Valve open condition H (close): Valve center to Stem top in Valve close condition L: Face to Face dimension M: Handwheel Diameter GO: Gear Operator

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A

A

A

B

A

B

B

B

Swing Check Dimensions and Weights

H H

H H

Figure 184- Class 150 Figure 384- Class 300 Figure 684- Class 600

L L

L L

CLASS 150, 300 & 600 (Inches) Valve Pressure L NB (in) Class (FE/WE)

H

FE

150

8

6

32

300

11

6

43

33

600

12

7

71

57

50 (2")

65 (2.5")

80 (3")

100 (4")

150 (6")

200 (8")

250 (10")

300 (12")

WE

Valve Pressure L NB (in) Class (FE/WE)

H

25

150

31

22

866

741

300

33

22

1385

1131

600

35

25

2228

1896

Weight (lbs.)

150

9

6

45

34

300

12

7

66

52

350 (14")

400 (16")

Weight (lbs.)

FE

WE

150

34

25

1138

981

300

34

25

1625

1351

600

13

8

100

80

600

39

29

2919

2449

150

10

7

62

47

150

39

25

1560

1419

300

13

7

87

68

300

39

27

2189

1808

600

14

8

101

82

600

43

35

3820

3240

150

12

8

92

75

150

39

28

1753

1551

300

14

12

132

101

300

40

30

2831

2376

600

17

12

211

153

600

47

35

4776

4038

150

14

12

148

124

150

51

29

2455

2154

300

18

14

267

215

300

53

33

4171

3461

600

22

15

475

364

600

55

40

7661

6620

150

20

14

273

233

300

21

15

438

355

600

26

18

801

656

150

25

16

401

351

300

25

18

633

515

600

31

21

1173

922

150

28

18

593

512

300

28

20

898

728

600

33

24

1677

1390

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450 (18")

500 (20")

600 (24")

FE: Flanged End Valve WE: Buttweld End Valve

H: Valve center to valve cap highest point L: Face to Face dimension

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Materials of Construction Cast steel bolted bonnet valves described in this catalog are typically manufactured of carbon steel. When specified, the valves are available in the alloys shown below which are suitable for steam, water, oil, oil vapor, gas and general services. Please contact factory or customer service for availability and material breakdowns.

Body and Bonnet or Cap Materials Part No. Suffix

ASTM Classification

Material Classification

Service Conditions

None

A216 WCB

Carbon Steel

For service up to 800°F (426°C) where corrosion and oxidation are not a factor. (1) (4) (5)

6

A217 WC6

1 ¼ CR, ½ Mo

For service up to 1000°F (537°C). (2) (3) (4) (5)

9

A217 WC9

2 ¼ CR, 1 Mo

For service up to 1100°F (593°C) where good creep strength is required. (2) (3) (4) (5)

5

A217 C5

5% CR, ½ Mo

For service up to 1200°F (649°C). Best corrosion and oxidation resistance than other grades. (2)

12

A217 C12

9% CR, 1 Mo

For service up to 1200°F (649°C). Best corrosion and oxidation resistance than other grades. (2)

2

A352 LCC

Low Carbon Steel

For service from –20°F to 650°F (-33°C to 343°C). This material must be quenched and tempered to obtain tensile and impact properties needed at subzero temperatures.

8M

A351 CF8M

Stainless Steel (316)

For services up to 1000°F (537°C), where corrosion and oxidation resistance are desired.

8

A351 CF8

Stainless Steel (304)

For services up to 1000°F (537°C), where corrosion and oxidation resistance are desired, but lower costs then CF8M and slightly lower material strengths and corrosion resistance can be tolerated.

(1) Upon prolonged exposure to temperatures above 800°F (426°C), the carbide phase of carbon steel may be converted to graphite. Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged usage above 800°F (426°C). (2) Flanged end valves rated to 1000°F (537°C). (3) Considerations should be given to the possibility of excessive oxidation (scaling) when used above 1050°F (565°C).

(4) Product used within the jurisdiction of Section 1 Power Boilers of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel code is subject to the same temperature limitations as specified in that document. (5) Product used within the jurisdiction of Power Piping, ASME Code for Pressure Piping B31.1, is subject to the same maximum temperature limitations placed upon the material in paragraph 124.2.

Trim Material Part No. Suffix

API Trim No.

Nominal Trim

Seating Surfaces

Stem Material

A1

1

F6 / F6 (1)

13 Cr

13 Cr (410)

1100°F (593°C)

A5

5

Stellite 6

9

Monel

13 Cr (410) Monel®

1200°F (649°C)

A9

HF / HF (2) Monel® / Monel® (4)

A10

10

316 / 316 (3)

316 SS

316 SS

850°F (454°C)

A8

8*

F6 / HF (1) (2)

13 Cr

13 Cr (410)

1100°F (593°C)

A11

11

Monel® / HF (4) (2)

Monel®

750°F (399°C)

A12

12

316 / HF (3) (2)

316 SS

850°F (454°C)

(1) 13% Chromium AISI Type 410 Stainless Steel. (2) Hard Facing is weld deposited Cobalt base alloy.

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Temperatures

750°F (399°C)

(3) Austenitic Stainless Steel is a Ni-Cr-Mo stainless steel in the AISI Type 316 category. (4) Ni-Cu Alloy. * Standard offering

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Figure 2155- Class 150 Figure 2355- Class 300 Figure 2655- Class 600

14 13

20 19 18 17 16 15

12 11 10 9

Item 1 2 3

8 7 6 5 4

Stem

5

Gasket

6

Bonnet

8 9 10 11

3 2 1

12 13 14

HANDWHEEL

20 19 18

RETAINER NUT STEM NUT PACKING NUTS

17

GLAND FLANGE

16 Description 15 Body 14 Seat Ring 13 Disc 12

4

7

21

EYE BOLT Carbon Steel

ASTM A216. WCB HANDHWEEL NUT ASTM A106 Gr. B, GREASE w/ AWS 5.13 CrCo FITTING ASTM A216, WCB PACKING GLAND W/ AWS 5.9 ER410 ASTM 182. F6a

11

PACKING Class 150: AISI 1010 Corr. Class 300: Spiral Wound SS Type 10 Class 600: Ring SPACER ASTM A216, WCB

9 Nut Stud 8 Backseat Bushing7 Spacer 6 Packing 5 Packing Gland 4 Grease Fitting

Handwheel Nut3

15

Pin

16

Eye Bolt

PIN

BACKSEAT ASTM A194, 2H

BUSHING

ASTM A193, B7STUD

ASTM A276, T410NUT

ASTM A276, T410 BONNET Graphite: 2 braided; GASKET 5 Die-Formed ASTM A276, T410 STEM Steel

DISC ASTM A536, Gr.65-45-12

2

Zinc Plated Steel SEAT ASTM A 194 2H

RING

19

1 ITEM Packing Nuts Stem Nut NO.

20

Retainer Nut

ASTM A536 Gr. 65-45-12

21

Handwheel

Carbon Steel/Ductile Iron

17 18

Gland Flange

BODY ASTM A216 WCB ASTM 307 Zinc Plated

DESCRIPTION

ASTM A439 Gr. D2

BOM

Standard construction WCB-Trim 8. Other options are available per Materials of construction on page 6.

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Globe Valve Materials of Construction Figure 160- Class 150 Figure 360- Class 300 Figure 660- Class 600

20

19

18

Item 20

Description HANDWHEEL NUT Carbon Steel ASTM A194, 2H

1

191

Body YOKE SLEEVE ASTM A216. WCB PER BOM A105 w/AWS 5.13 CrCo or Steel or Carbon Seat Ring HAND WHEELWCB w/AWS 5.13Ductile CrCo Iron STUD ASTM A216. GRASTM WCB. A193, B7 Disc NUT w/AWS 5.9 ERASTM 410 A194, 2H ThrustEYE PlateBOLT ASTM A216.ASTM WCB A276, T410

1

182 12 13

11

14

10

15

9

16

8

17 163 154 145 136 12 7

11

8

10

9

17

7 6 5 4

3

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910 811 712 613 514 415 316 217 118

ASTM Stem PIN ASTM 182. F6a A276,TYPE 410 GLAND Disc Nut FLANGE ASTM A276.ASTM T410 A216, WCB

Corr. GLAND Class 150: AISI 1010 ASTM A276, T410 Gasket Class 300: Spiral Wound SS2 BRAIDED GRAPHITE: PACKING Class 600: Ring Type 5 DIE-FORMED Bonnet ASTM A216, WCB PACKING SPACER ASTM A276, T410 Backseat ASTM A276, T410 PackingBACKSEAT Spacer ASTM A276,ASTM T410 A276, T410

BONNET Packing GASKET Gland DISC NUT Gland Flange

1 16 34

2

2

1

1

2

1

1

Graphite: 2 braided; ASTM A216, WCB 5 Die-Formed AISI 1010 CORRUGATED ASTM A276, T410 ASTM A216,ASTM WCB A276, T410

1

Zinc Plated ASTM Steel A182, F6a ASTM A307 Gr. A or Eye Bolt PLATE THRUST Gr. B, ZincASTM Plt. A216, WCB ASTM Nut DISC ASTM A194, 2H A216, WCB

1

Pin STEM

SEAT RING Stud

ASTM A106 ASTM A193, B7

Handwheel BODY Carbon Steel/Ductile ASTMIron A216, WCB Yoke Sleeve ASTM A439, Gr. D2 DESCRIPTION MATERIAL Handwheel Nut ASTM A194, 2H BOM Table

2

19 ITEM NO. 20

1

Standard construction WCB-Trim 8. Other options are available per Materials of construction on page 6.

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1

1

1 1 1

1

QT


Swing Check Materials of Construction Figure 184- Class 150 Figure 384- Class 300 Figure 684- Class 600

14 12 13 11 10 9 7 8 6 5

Item

Description

Carbon Steel

1

Body

2

Seat Ring

3

Disc

4

Hinge

ASTM A216. WCB ASTM A106 Gr. B, w/ AWS 5.13 CrCo [350 - 400 HB] ASTM A216. GR WCB. w/AWS 5.9 ER 410 ASTM A216 WCB

5

Washer

ASTM A276, T410

6

Disc Nut

ASTM A194, Gr. 2H

7

Hinge Pin

ASTM A276, T410

8

Hinge Bracket

ASTM A216, WCB

9

Cap Screw

ASTM A193, B7

Gasket

Class 150: AISI 1010 Corr. Class 300: Spiral Wound Class 600: Ring Type

4

10

3

11

Cap

ASTM A216, WCB

12

Cap Studs

ASTM A194, Gr. 2H

13

Cap Nuts

ASTM A 193, B7

14

Eye Bolt

ASTM A 108 C1030

2 1

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Gate Valve Torque & Cv Gate Valves - Torque Pressure Class 150

325

8

8

16

15

8

50

45

2

300

825

0.75

0.1667

0.3333

3.0

18.0

8

11

600

1650

0.75

0.1667

0.3333

2.7

16.2

8

18

150

325

0.75

0.1667

0.3333

2.9

17.4

8

7

300

825

0.75

0.1667

0.3333

3.0

18.0

8

13

600

1650

0.875

0.1667

0.3958

3.1

18.6

9

29

150

325

0.875

0.1667

0.3958

2.3

14.0

9

10

300

825

0.875

0.1667

0.3958

3.0

18.0

9

20

600

1650

1

0.2

0.45

3.5

17.5

10

46

150

325

1

0.2

0.45

3.7

18.4

10

18

2.5

3

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

24

300

825

1

0.2

0.45

4.5

22.5

10

37

600

1650

1.125

0.2

0.5125

4.8

24.0

14

80

150

325

1.125

0.2

0.5125

6.4

32.0

14

35

300

825

1.25

0.2

0.575

6.0

30.0

14

89

600

1650

1.5

0.25

0.6875

6.4

25.6

18

219

150

325

1.25

0.2

0.575

8.3

41.5

14

61

300

825

1.375

0.2

0.6375

8.3

41.5

16

159

600

1650

1.625

0.25

0.75

8.1

32.4

20

373

150

325

1.375

0.25

0.625

10.5

42.0

16

103

300

825

1.5

0.25

0.6875

10.5

42.0

18

268

600

1650

1.875

0.25

0.875

11.1

44.4

GO

628

150

325

1.5

0.25

0.6875

12.7

50.8

18

154

300

825

1.625

0.25

0.75

12.7

50.8

20

402

600

1650

2

0.25

0.9375

13.1

52.4

GO

932

150

325

1.625

0.25

0.75

13.8

55.2

GO

198

300

825

1.75

0.25

0.8125

14.0

56.0

GO

517

600

1650

2.25

0.3333

1.0417

13.9

41.7

GO

1302

150

325

1.75

0.25

0.8125

16.1

64.4

GO

273

Gate Valves - Cv Size

Class 150

Class 300

300

825

1.875

0.25

0.875

17.1

68.4

GO

715

Cv

Kv

Cv

Kv

600

1650

2.375

0.3333

1.0417

15.9

47.7

GO

1756

2

305

263.8

305

263.8

150

325

1.875

0.25

0.875

18.3

73.2

GO

365

2.5

490

423.9

490

423.9

300

825

2

0.25

0.9375

18.5

74.0

GO

957

600

1650

2.5

0.3333

1.1667

18.1

54.4

GO

2265

3

710

614.2

710

614.2

150

325

2

0.25

0.9375

20.0

80.0

GO

475

300

825

2.25

0.3333

1.0417

20.3

60.9

GO

1381

600

1650

2.75

0.3333

1.2917

23.0

69.0

GO

2993

150

325

2.25

0.3333

1.0417

24.1

72.3

GO

300

825

2.5

0.3333

1.1667

23.8

71.4

GO

4961

600

10

Differential Stem Stem Handwheel Thread Thread Pitch Number Pressure diameter Travel Diameter Torque of Turns Lead (in.) Radius (in.) (in.) (psi) (in.) (in.)

Size

1650

3

0.5

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24.3

48.6

GO

4

1300

1124.6

1300

1124.6

5

2090

1808.0

2090

1808.0

6

3110

2690.3

3110

2690.3

793

8

5720

4948.1

5720

4948.1

2171

10

8935

7729.2

8935

7729.2

12

13350

11548.4

13350

11548.4

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Pressure Differential Stem diameter Class Pressure (psi) (in.)

2

2.5

3

4

6

8

10

12 14 16 18

Stem Handwheel Number Travel Diameter Torque of Turns (in.) (in.)

Thread Pitch Radius (in.)

150

325

0.875

0.1667

0.3958

0.7

4.2

8

12

300

825

0.875

0.1667

0.3958

0.9

5.4

8

25

600

1650

0.875

0.1667

0.3958

0.9

5.4

8

46

150

325

0.875

0.1667

0.3958

1.1

6.6

8

17

300

825

0.875

0.1667

0.3958

1.6

9.6

8

37

600

1650

1

0.2

0.45

0.8

4.0

10

81

150

325

1

0.2

0.45

1.1

5.5

10

27

300

825

1

0.2

0.45

1.1

5.5

10

60

600

1650

1.25

0.2

0.575

1.2

6.0

10

138

150

325

1.25

0.2

0.575

1.4

7.0

10

53

300

825

1.25

0.25

0.5625

1.9

7.6

10

130

600

1650

1.25

0.2

0.575

1.4

7.0

16

239

150

325

1.25

0.2

0.575

1.6

8.0

14

110

300

825

1.5

0.25

0.6875

2.2

8.8

18

327

600

1650

1.875

0.25

0.875

2.5

10.0

20

772

150

325

1.5

0.25

0.6875

3.2

12.8

16

232

300

825

1.75

0.25

0.8125

3.7

14.8

GO

649

600

1650

2.5

0.3333

1.1667

3.3

9.9

GO

1762

150

325

1.5

0.25

0.6875

3.6

14.4

GO

357

300

825

2.25

0.3333

1.0417

4.4

13.2

GO

1308

600

1650

3.25

0.5

1.5

3.8

7.6

GO

3603

150

325

1.75

0.25

0.8125

5.3

21.2

GO

577

300

825

2.75

0.3333

1.2917

5.3

15.9

GO

2214

600

1650

3.5

0.5

1.625

5.8

11.6

GO

5534

150

325

1.875

0.25

0.875

4.2

16.8

GO

742

300

825

2.875

0.5

1.3125

5.6

11.2

GO

3019

150

325

2.25

0.3333

1.0417

5.4

16.2

GO

1201

300

825

3.5

0.5

1.625

7.7

15.4

GO

4670

150

325

2.5

0.3333

1.1667

6.0

18.0

GO

1669

300

825

4

0.5

1.875

6.3

12.6

GO

6469

Globe Valves - Cv Size

Thread Lead (in.)

Class 150 Cv

Kv

Swing Check Valves - Cv Class 300 Cv

Kv

Size

Class 150 Cv

Class 300

Kv

Cv

Kv

2

45

39.0

45

39.0

2

135

116.8

135

116.8

2.5

76

65.9

76

65.9

2.5

215

186.0

215

186.0

3

115

99.8

115

99.8

3

325

281.1

325

281.1

4

180

156.0

180

156.0

4

715

618.5

715

618.5

5

282

243.7

282

243.7

5

1115

964.5

1115

964.5

6

406

351.0

406

351.0

6

1325

1146.2

1325

1146.2

8

721

624.0

721

624.0

8

2850

2465.4

2320

2006.9

10

1127

975.0

1127

975.0

10

5720

4948.1

5720

4948.1

12

1623

1404.0

1623

1404.0

12

7860

6799.3

8544

7391.0

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Pressure / Temperature Range ENGLISH UNITS The following pressure-temperature charts are derived from ASME B16.34 – 2013 Version. They will cover the most commonly used body and bonnet materials in the industry. All Crane Valves are designed to operate through the pressure and temperature ranges shown in these charts for a particular ASME Class Rating and ASTM Material. ASTM A216 GR WCB

°F

-20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650 700 750 800

150 285 260 230 200 170 140 125 110 95 80

STANDARD CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 740 1480 2220 3705 680 1360 2035 3395 655 1310 1965 3270 635 1265 1900 3170 605 1205 1810 3015 570 1135 1705 2840 550 1100 1650 2745 530 1060 1590 2665 505 1015 1520 2535 410 825 1235 2055

2500 6170 5655 5450 5280 5025 4730 4575 4425 4230 3430

150 290 290 285 280 280 280 275 265 245 195

SPECIAL CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 740 1480 2220 3700 735 1465 2200 3665 735 1465 2200 3665 735 1465 2200 3665 715 1430 2145 3575 690 1380 2075 3455 635 1270 1905 3170 515 1030 1545 2570

2500 6250 6250 6170 6105 6105 6105 5960 5760 5285 4285

NOTE: Upon prolonged exposure to temperatures above 800°F (426°C), the carbide phase of steel may be converted to graphite. Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged use above 800°F (426°C).

ASTM A352 GR LCB

°F

-20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650

150 265 255 230 200 170 140 125

STANDARD CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 695 1395 2090 3480 660 1320 1980 3300 640 1275 1915 3190 615 1230 1845 3075 585 1175 1760 2930 550 1105 1655 2755 535 1065 1600 2665

2500 5805 5505 5315 5125 4885 4595 4440

150 290 290 290 290 290 290 290

SPECIAL CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 695 1395 2090 3480 695 1395 2090 3480 695 1395 2090 3480 695 1395 2090 3480 695 1395 2090 3480 695 1395 2090 3480 695 1390 2080 3470

2500 5805 5805 5805 5805 5805 5805 5780

150 290 290 290 290 290 290 290

SPECIAL CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750

2500 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250

NOTE: Not to be used over 650°F (343°C).

ASTM A352 GR LCC & LC3

°F

-20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650

150 290 260 230 200 170 140 125

STANDARD CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 730 1455 2185 3640 705 1405 2110 3520 665 1330 1995 3325 605 1210 1815 3025 590 1175 1765 2940

2500 6250 6250 6070 5865 5540 5040 4905

NOTE: Not to be used over 650°F (343°C).

* “Special Class” applies to weld-end valves only and requires NDE testing in accordance with ASME B16.34 - 2013.

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Pressure / Temperature Range ENGLISH UNITS ASTM A217 GR WC6

°F

-20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100

STANDARD CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 150 300 600 900 1500 290 750 1500 2250 3750 260 750 1500 2250 3750 230 720 1445 2165 3610 200 695 1385 2080 3465 170 665 1330 1995 3325 140 605 1210 1815 3025 125 590 1175 1765 2940 110 570 1135 1705 2840 95 530 1065 1595 2660 80 510 1015 1525 2540 65 485 975 1460 2435 50 450 900 1350 2245 35 320 640 955 1595 20 215 430 650 1080 20(a) 145 290 430 720 20(a) 95 190 290 480

2500 6250 6250 6015 5775 5540 5040 4905 4730 4430 4230 4060 3745 2655 1800 1200 800

150 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 280 280 275 260 225 155 105 70 45

SPECIAL CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 735 1465 2200 3665 730 1460 2185 3645 720 1440 2160 3600 680 1355 2030 3385 585 1175 1760 2935 400 795 1195 1995 270 540 810 1350 180 360 540 900 120 240 360 600

2500 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6110 6070 6000 5645 4895 3320 2250 1500 1000

NOTE: Use normalized and tempered material only. Not to be used over 1100°F (593°C). The deliberate addition of any element not listed in ASTM A217, Table 1 is prohibited, except that Ca and Mg may be added for deoxidation. (a) Flanged end valve ratings terminate at 1000°F (537°C).

ASTM A217 GR WC9

°F

-20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100

STANDARD CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 150 300 600 900 1500 290 750 1500 2250 3750 260 750 1500 2250 3750 230 730 1455 2185 3640 200 705 1410 2115 3530 170 665 1330 1995 3325 140 605 1210 1815 3025 125 590 1175 1765 2940 110 570 1135 1705 2840 95 530 1065 1595 2660 80 510 1015 1525 2540 65 485 975 1460 2435 50 450 900 1350 2245 35 385 755 1160 1930 20 265 535 800 1335 20(a) 175 350 525 875 20(a) 110 220 330 550

2500 6250 6250 6070 5880 5540 5040 4905 4730 4430 4230 4060 3745 3220 2230 1455 915

150 290 290 285 280 280 275 275 270 270 270 260 230 180 130 85 55

SPECIAL CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 740 1480 2220 3695 730 1455 2185 3640 725 1450 2175 3620 720 1440 2165 3605 715 1430 2145 3580 705 1415 2120 3535 705 1415 2120 3535 705 1415 2120 3535 680 1355 2030 3385 600 1200 1800 3000 470 945 1415 2360 335 670 1005 1670 220 435 655 1095 135 275 410 685

2500 6250 6250 6160 6065 6035 6010 5965 5895 5895 5895 5645 5000 3930 2785 1820 1145

NOTE: Use normalized and tempered material only. Not to be used over 1100°F (593°C). The deliberate addition of any element not listed in ASTM A217, Table 1 is prohibited, except that Ca and Mg may be added for deoxidation. (a) Flanged end valve ratings terminate at 1000°F (537°C).

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Pressure / Temperature Range ENGLISH UNITS ASTM A217 GR C5

°F

-20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200

150 290 260 230 200 170 140 125 110 95 80 65 50 35 20 20(a) 20(a) 20(a) 15(a)

STANDARD CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 730 1445 2185 3640 705 1410 2115 3530 665 1330 1995 3325 605 1210 1815 3025 590 1175 1765 2940 570 1135 1705 2840 530 1065 1595 2660 510 1015 1525 2540 485 975 1460 2435 375 745 1120 1870 275 550 825 1370 200 400 595 995 145 290 430 720 100 200 300 495 60 125 185 310 35 70 105 170

2500 6250 6250 6070 5880 5540 5040 4905 4730 4430 4230 4060 3115 2285 1655 1200 830 515 285

150 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 280 280 275 260 230 170 125 90 60 40 20

SPECIAL CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 735 1465 2200 3665 730 1460 2185 3645 720 1440 2160 3600 615 1225 1840 3065 465 935 1400 2335 345 685 1030 1715 250 495 745 1245 180 360 540 900 125 250 375 620 75 155 230 385 45 85 130 215

2500 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6110 6070 6000 5105 3895 2855 2070 1500 1035 645 355

NOTE: Use normalized and tempered material only. The deliberate addition of any element not listed in ASTM A217, Table 1 is prohibited, except that Ca and Mg may be added for deoxidation. (a) Flanged end valve ratings terminate at 1000°F (537°C).

ASTM A217 GR C12

°F

-20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200

150 290 260 230 200 170 140 125 110 95 80 65 50 35 20 20(a) 20(a) 20(a) 20(a)

STANDARD CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 730 1455 2185 3640 705 1410 2115 3530 665 1330 1995 3325 605 1210 1815 3025 590 1175 1765 2940 570 1135 1705 2840 530 1065 1595 2660 510 1015 1525 2540 485 975 1460 2435 450 900 1350 2245 375 755 1130 1885 255 505 760 1270 170 345 515 855 115 225 340 565 75 150 225 375 50 105 155 255

2500 6250 6250 6070 5880 5540 5040 4905 4730 4430 4230 4060 3745 3145 2115 1430 945 630 430

150 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 280 280 275 260 230 180 120 80 55 35 25

SPECIAL CLASS B16.34 - 2013 MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG 300 600 900 1500 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 750 1500 2250 3750 735 1465 2200 3665 730 1460 2185 3645 720 1440 2160 3600 680 1355 2030 3385 600 1200 1800 3000 470 945 1415 2355 315 635 950 1585 215 430 645 1070 140 285 425 705 95 190 285 470 65 130 195 320

2500 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6250 6110 6070 6000 5646 5000 3930 2645 1785 1180 785 535

NOTE: Use normalized and tempered material only. The deliberate addition of any element not listed in ASTM A217, Table 1 is prohibited, except that Ca and Mg may be added for deoxidation. (a) Flanged end valve ratings terminate at 1000°F (537°C).

* “Special Class” applies to weld-end valves only and requires NDE testing in accordance with ASME B16.34 - 2013.

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Valve Ends

Special Features Suffix

2155

Body Material

Figure Number

12"

Trim Material

Size

How To Order

A12

8M

WE

BG

Size 2 2.5 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24

IN 2” 2.5" 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 14" 16" 18" 20" 24"

DN 50 65 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600

Figure Number 2155 2355 2655 160 360 660 184 384 684

Class 150 Gate Class 300 Gate Class 600 Gate Class 150 Globe Class 300 Globe Class 600 Globe Class 150 Swing Check Class 300 Swing Check Class 600 Swing Check

Operation Bevel Gear Pneumatic Cylinder Chainwheel Electric Motor Hammerblow handwheel

BG C D E HB

Valve Ends Raised Face Butt Weld End Ring Type Joint

RF WE RJ

Special Features Suffix N CE L T LL F

NACE MR-0103 For CE Marking Lantern Ring PTFE Stem Packing/Bonnet Gasket Live Load Extended Bonnet

Body Material See Materials of Construction Pg 6

Trim Material See Materials of Construction Pg 6

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For the heart of your plant, don’t settle for anything less than Crane Pacific valves. The new Pacific®CSV valves have undergone Crane’s rigorous development and testing process. Each Pacific valve is uniquely built and tested per API 598 standards, delivering superior performance in the most challenging conditions. Our world-class manufacturing and traceability processes from the pour to delivery of assembled valves, provide the highest quality assurance established to meet or exceed our customers' requirements. These valves exceed industry fugitive emissions standards.

Designed and tested in accordance with API 624, 600, 623, 622 & ASME B16.34. Available in special alloys & stainless steel.

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Pacific®CSV Cast Steel Valves

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3

1

2 2 3

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2

Gate Valve features include: 1

Fully-guided wedge ensures smooth operation in both horizontal and vertical orientations to deliver improved resistance to sticking.

2

Modular stuffing box facilitates changeover for low fugitive emissions and monitoring port options.

3

Swing Check features include:

Globe Valve features include: 1 Uniquely designed line contact between disc and seat results in lower seating torque, permitting faster set up. 2

The guided disc option facilitates seating during turbulent flow conditions.

3

Integral ISO 5210 mounting is available in larger sizes for ease of actuation.

Live loading option extends fugitive emissions performance by eliminating the need for manual packing adjustment.

1

Disc fastener is restrained by the bonnet to eliminate the risk of a displaced disc and prevent damage to downstream equipment.

2

Internal hung disc pin arrangement eliminates leak path from pressure boundary.

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Modular design enables easy change to an optional external pin arrangement if counterweights are required.

Configurations & Sizes Valve Type & Class

IN

2

2.5

3

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

24

DN

50

65

80

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

600

150 Gate

300

Materials & Trims

• Available in WCB, CF8M, CF8, LCC and alloys • Available in all API trims

600

Standards

150 Globe

• API 624, API 622 ISO 15848-1 • API-600, API 623, API 594 • ASME B16.34, B16.5, B16.10, B16.25 • ISO 5210 Top mounting flange

300 600 150

Check

300 600

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Crane ChemPharma & Energy Launches the New Pacific®CSV Line of Cast Steel Gate, Globe and Check Valves FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HOUSTON (January 19, 2015) – 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. “Pacific has partnered with a world-renowned foundry to deliver the highest quality of cast steel valves to our customers worldwide,” said Global Business Line Manager, Tarun Shivlani, “These valves have been designed to achieve industry leading fugitive emissions through superior packing selection, and the highest degree of manufacturing control.” Subject to Crane’s rigorous development and testing process, each Pacific®CSV valve is uniquely built and tested per API 598 standards to offer exceptional performance in the global oil & gas, petrochemical, power and refining industries. With higher Cv rates and lower operating torques than alternative valve types, Pacific®CSV valves deliver superior value to users in demanding applications.


The new line of cast steel valves has several improved features that enhance reliability and O&M including: 

The gate valve’s fully-guided wedge, which ensures smooth operation in both horizontal and vertical orientations to deliver improved resistance to sticking

The globe valve’s uniquely-designed line contact between disc and seat, which enables lower seating torque and faster set up.

The swing check’s disc fastener, which is restrained by the bonnet to eliminate the risk of a displaced disc and prevent damage to downstream equipment.

These valves are available in various sizes and materials of construction, including special alloys and stainless materials. For more information about new Pacific®CSV valves and Crane’s complete portfolio of industry-leading valve solutions, please visit www.cranecpe.com. ---

About CRANE Crane Co. is a diversified manufacturer of highly engineered industrial products. Founded in 1855, Crane provides products and solutions to customers in the aerospace, electronics, hydrocarbon processing, petrochemical, chemical, power generation, automated merchandising, transportation and other markets. The Company has four business segments: Aerospace & Electronics, Engineered Materials, Merchandising Systems, and Fluid Handling. Crane has approximately 11,000 employees in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Crane Co. is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:CR). For more information, visit www.craneco.com. Crane ChemPharma & Energy (within Crane’s Fluid Handling segment) designs and manufactures a variety of high performance products including: highly engineered check valves, sleeved plug valves, lined valves, process ball valves, high performance butterfly valves, bellows sealed globe valves, aseptic and industrial diaphragm valves, multi/quarterturn valves, actuation, sight glasses, lined pipe, fittings and hoses, and air operated diaphragm and peristaltic pumps. Its trusted brands (in alphabetical order) ALOYCO®, CENTER LINE®, COMPAC-NOZ®, CRANE®, DEPA®, DUOCHEK®, ELRO®, FLOWSEAL®, JENKINS®, KROMBACH®, NOZ-CHEK®, PACIFIC VALVES®, RESISTOFLEX®, REVO®, SAUNDERS®, STOCKHAM®, TRIANGLE®, UNI-CHEK®, WTA®, and XOMOX® offer customers complete and innovative product portfolio designed for the most demanding corrosive, erosive, and high purity applications. Among the industries served are the chemical processing, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, oil & gas, refining, and power generation. For more information, visit www.cranecpe.com.


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Pacific®CSV Gate, Globe and Check Valves Frequently Asked Questions Q: Will spare parts, such as packing and gaskets, be available for this product line?  All spare parts, from packing and gaskets to any other original parts for the valve will be available for purchase. Q: Where are the valves made, and what is the country of origin of the material?  All Pacific® CSV valves, including the raw materials, are produced and assembled in India. However, kits can be assembled in the United States, upon request. Q: Are optional trim materials available in your Pacific CSV offering?  Yes, we offer different trim options upon customer request. Q: Does Pacific have the ability to provide actuation for all valves shown in catalog?  Yes, we can provide pneumatic, electric, and hydraulic actuation based on customer specifications and preference. Q: Why has Crane introduced the Pacific CSV?  A: Crane wants to better serve the refinery/chemical plants with a product line that not only meets their stringent requirements, but surpasses them. Our customers require tight fugitive emission controls, improved reliability, improved O&M and a reputable quality management program. The new Pacific CSV provides solutions to the above needs with a world-class manufacturing program. Q: Does the introduction of the new Pacific CSV mean that existing cast steel valves from Crane will no longer be available?  A: The new Pacific CSV will not replace any existing offerings from Crane, but rather supplement our extensive line of solutions to provide our customers with added value. Crane will continue to improve the design and features of our current cast steel line to meet our customers’ needs. Q: How do the fully guided wedges deliver optimal performance?  The guides enable the disc to travel all the way into the open and closed position without any interruptions, or sticking. Whether the valve is installed horizontally or vertically, the fully guided wedges will ensure a smooth travel by preventing sticking from occurring. This reduces the need for manual adjustments or repairs. Q: How will the issue of fugitive emissions be handled by the Pacific CSV?  When designing the valves, fugitive emissions was a major concern that we wanted to address. We did so by designing the valves compliant to API 624, and by having certified API 622 packing as well. We provided the option for live loading, which extends fugitive emissions performance by eliminating the need for manual packing. We also have a modular stuffing box, which facilitates changeover for low fugitive emissions and monitoring port options.

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Table Of Contents • • •

Introductions Crane LP GGC products Overview Pacific Brand Valves – • History • Facilities Overview • Foundry Overview • Joint Venture Relationship • Product Scope • Commercialization Plan • Crane Vs Pacific • Features & Benefits Overview/Value Proposition • Gate Valve Concept: Key features comparison • Globe Valve Concept: Key features comparison • Swing Check Valve Concept: Key features comparison • Applications/Markets • Competitive Landscape • Certifications Achieved Questions / Discussion 2


Product Portfolio – LP GGC General Industrial

Refining, Chemical & Power

Pacific API 600,624,RP591

Type

Krombach DIN/EN

Crane API 600

Aloyco API 603

Type

Cast Steel

Cast Steel

Cast Steel

Stainless Steel

Life Cycle Stage

Early

Mature

Mature

Mature

Application

Refining,Chem,Power

Chemical

General Industrial (GI)

GI/Chemical

Addition of New Pacific LP GGC Platform in 2014 from Pacific-Sanmar JV positioned for commercialization in the Refining and Chemical Industries 3


The Pacific Story

1934 Company founded in Signal Hill, CA

1940 Bolted Bonnet Gates, Globes & Checks 1967 Navy nuclear and cryogenic valves 1976 Pressure Seal design Gates, Globes & Checks

1979 Parallel Disc Gate valve introduced 1982 Y-Globe design, first C12A produced 1994 Crane acquires Pacific Valves from Mark Controls 2009 Pacific-Sanmar joint venture opens facility near Trichy, India 2014 Pacific-Sanmar joint venture releases New Cast Steel LP GGC Product Line

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Global Crane Pacific Valve Facilities •

• • • •

• • • •

Pacific Valves founded in 1934 located in Long Beach, California . Manufacturing Bolted Bonnet, Pressure Seal and HF Gate, Globe & Check Valves since 1976 Part of Crane Energy Manufacturing Range: LP GGC (2” – 36”)- Class 150-1500#, HP GGC (2-36”) 600-4500#, and HF acid valves 80,000 Sq.feet of manufacturing space 159 Employees

Pacific Valves - India started in 2009 located in Viralimali near Trichy. Part of Xomox Sanmar Limited (Joint Venture between Sanmar Engineering Tech Ltd & Crane Co. with 51% : 49% Equity) Manufacturing Range: LP GGC (2” – 24”)- Class 150600#, HP GGC (2-36”) 600-4500#, 35,000 Sq.feet of manufacturing space 74 Employees Two Manufacturing Locations… Same Reliable Proven Product for Global Markets

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Overview of facilities in India- Sanmar Foundry

Trichy sand casting

Specialty

• Medium and high volume • High integrity • Medium to high complexity • Medium lead times

Trichy investment casting

• High volume • High integrity • Short to medium lead time

Trichy machine shop

• Lead times of 1-2 weeks

(3-8 weeks)

(6-8 weeks) Capacity Weight End Markets

customers

• 25 KT • 1 lb–9,000 lbs • 100 tons/day • Construction & Mining Equipment • Valves • Rail, Road & Transport

• 1 KT • 1 lb-160 lbs • 4 tons/day • Valves / Pumps • Automotive • Transit

• 23 CNC Machines • NA • Valves • Construction & Mining Equipment • Rail, Road & Transport


Crane Sanmar Joint Venture

Letter conforming relationship of the Pacific Sanmar Joint Venture 7


New Pacific CSV Product Scope & Manufacturing • • •

Product size range includes: 2”-24” Pressure class range includes: 150-600# Materials includes WCB, LCB, LCC, WC6, WC9, C5, C12, CF3M, CF8, and CF8M – NACE and CE option available Designed to API 600, 623 (globe valves), 594 (check valves), 624 and ASME B16.34 standards

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Applicable Standards Certification’s/Design Standards Achieved ■

API 600

API 594

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API 598 ASME B16.34 ASME B16.25 ASME B16.10 ASME B16.5 ISO 9001 API 623

CE PED

Bolted Bonnet Steel Gate Valves for Petroleum, Petrochemical, and Natural Gas Bolted Bonnet Steel Check Valves for Petroleum, Petrochemical, and Natural Gas Valve Inspection and Testing Valves flanged, threaded & welding end Valves butt-welding ends Face to face & end to end dimensions of valves Pipe flanges & flanged fittings ISO certification requirement for all manufacturing facilities Bolted Bonnet Steel Globe Valves for Petroleum, Petrochemical, and Natural Gas CE/PED 97/23 Directive for Pressure Equipment

Certification’s/Design Standards In Progress

 

API RP 591 API 624

Process Valve Qualification Procedure (recommended practice) * Standard for Fugitive Emissions 9


Crane Cast Steel Vs. Pacific Cast Steel Pacific Cast Steel

Crane Cast Steel

• AML Valve • Best in Class Fugitive Emissions • Sourced from India • High expertise for Stainless/Alloy materials • Focus on Refinery and Global markets • Optimized weight • Lower operating torques • Higher flow rates*

• Serves general industrial markets (primarily America’s based) • Sourced from China • Standard torque • Standard flow rate • Global brand recognition • API 624 fugitive emissions compliance*

Pacific LP GGC will be the top tier refinery/AML valve. 10


Value Proposition Gate Valve Elevator Speech: Refineries and chemical plants that want to reduce field failures and ensure a smooth operation in both orientations, the new Pacific Cast Steel Valves incorporates a fully guided wedge. These valves also meets the latest API 600 spec, and exceeds API 624 industry fugitive emissions requirements to as low as 20ppm Globe Valve Elevator Speech: Refineries and chemical plants that want to prevent field failures resulting from stem bending due to excessive forces acting on discs, a guided disc option is provided to ensure a tight shut-off. These valves also meets the latest API 623 spec, and exceeds API 624 industry fugitive emissions requirements to as low as 20ppm Swing Check Valve Elevator Speech: Refineries and chemical plants that want to minimize flow loss by substantially lowering the power consumption of rotating equipment, the new Swing Check Valve delivers a 30% higher flow than competition. It’s unique design of the Disc Retainer screw helps eliminate the risk of future obstruction or equipment damages. 11


New Pacific CSV Features and Benefits 1

Gate Valve Features Include: Modular stuffing box facilitates changeover for low fugitive emissions and monitoring port options. Live loading option extends fugitive emissions performance by eliminating the need for manual packing adjustment. Fully-guided wedge ensures smooth operation in both horizontal and vertical orientations to deliver improved resistance to sticking. 12


Gate Valve Concept: Key Features Comparison Gate Valve: 4" #150 FE Pacific*

Competitor (Tier-1)

Difference (%)

Weight (lbs)

106

117

11% lower

Torque (lbs-ft) Cv

18 1300

40 1150

55% lower 12% higher

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23

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Competitor (Tier-1)

Difference (%)

Height (in)

* Calculated

Gate Valve: 8" #150 FE Pacific* Weight (lbs)

278

319

13% lower

Torque (lbs-ft) Cv

62 5789

N/A 4850

N/A 16% higher

38

38

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Height (in)

• • • •

Lower Torque levels compared to competitor resulting in savings on actuator costs Lower weight resulting in savings due to lower cost in mounting support structure Higher Cv than target competition resulting in energy savings due to lower pressure drop ISO 5210 mounting option as standard for > 12” and optional for < 12” . Unique feature resulting in cost savings by eliminating need of mod-shops for actuator mounting 13


Gate Valve Concept: Key features

Emphasis on the Fully Guided Wedge

3D Model of Valve

Actual valve from JV.

The fully guided wedge allows for a more secure non-standard stem orientation operation. 14


Gate Valve Concept: Key Features

Wedge and Stem

Flexible wedge standard design and easily converted to solid wedge

• • •

Simplified T-slot in new design suitable for forging as well as machining Stem back seating area in new design is conical which provides better sealing For quicker operation multi start threads. 15


New Pacific CSV Features & Benefits

Globe Valve Features Include: Integral ISO 5210 mounting is available in larger sizes for ease of actuation. Uniquely designed line contact between disc and seat results in lower seating torque, permitting faster set up. The guided disc option facilitates seating during turbulent flow conditions.

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Globe Valve Concept: Key Features Comparison Globe Valve: 3" #150 FE Pacific* Weight (lbs) Torque (lbs-ft) Cv Height (in)

Competitor (Tier-1)

Difference (%)

102 N/A 92 18

14% lower N/A 25% higher -

Competitor (Tier-1)

Difference (%)

435 N/A 810 31

32% lower N/A 13% lower 15% lower

88 27 115 18

* Calculated

Globe Valve: 8" #150 FE Pacific* Weight (lbs) Torque (lbs-ft) Cv Height (in)

• • • • • • •

330 232 721 27

Compliance with new API 623 standard Lower Torque levels compared to Tier-1competitor resulting in savings on actuator costs Higher Cv than target competition resulting in energy savings due to lower pressure drop ISO 5210 mounting option as standard for > 8” and easy changeover for smaller sizes Low fugitive emission option Guided disc option with replaceable seat ring Live loading option 17


Globe Valve Concept: Key Features

Guided Disc Option

The option of guided disc helps reduce vibrations during operation. 18


New Pacific CSV Features & Benefits

Swing Check Valve Features Include: Disc fastener is restrained by the bonnet to eliminate the risk of a displaced disc and prevent damage to downstream equipment. Internal hung disc pin arrangement eliminates leak path from pressure boundary. Modular design enables easy change to an optional external pin arrangement if counterweights are required. 19


Swing Check Valve: Key Features Comparison Swing Check Valve: 3" #150 FE Pacific* Weight (lbs) Cv

Competitor (Tier-1)

Difference (%)

78 220

26% lower 48% higher

Competitor (Tier-1)

Difference (%)

360 1750

32% lower 62% higher

62 325 * Calculated Swing Check Valve: 8" #150 FE

Pacific* Weight (lbs) Cv

• • •

273 2850

Higher Cv than target competition resulting in energy savings due to lower pressure drop Clapper retainer screw restrained eliminating risk of loosening and falling Compact and optimized design

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Competitive Landscape Priority

Customer Need

Ideal solution

Pacific Features

1

Fugitive Emissions

Zero emissions

Tight quality control and API 598, 624 compliant

2

3

4

5

No valve seizure/break down. Robust Design Withstand corrosion, erosion No valve seizure/break No Product down, failure during Withstand operations Corrosion, erosion Very high flow Efficient flow coefficient, rate Zero flow resistance

Pacific

Velan

Neway

Kitz

Powell

Full control of quality in design, manufacturing process and testing

High casting quality/materials, High quality packing Industry-leading flow capacity (30% improvement in Cv)

Tested at more than Maximum no. 3,500 cycles with no Withstand high of operations failure. Live load operations cycle cycle, no packing, hard facing valve fatigue of seating and sealing

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Markets & Applications

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Product Certifications and Testing Update •

ISO 15848-1 Fugitive emission testing

RP 591 Stem Pull test

8” #150 Gate valve tested with 2 different packing manufactures -

Stem Pull test complete as per RP 591

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Reliance AML Approval Reliance approval

Design calculations, drawings approved, - Physical testing of valve witnessed by auditor and approved -

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Quality Process Certification ISO 9001 Certification at Crane- Pacific Facility at US

CERTIFIED

ISO 9001-2008 Certification at Viralimalai Facility

 Continuous Audits  Annual Internal Audits  Multiple and Periodic

 Customer Audits

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