Pune, India (September, 2013) – CRANE ChemPharma & Energy is pleased to announce its participation in the Coking Conference & Exhibition scheduled for September 30-October 4, 2013, in New Delhi (India); Booth #11. During the conference, CRANE will emphasize the features and benefits of two of its trusted brands: the Pacific® Wedgeplug Valve and the Krombach® Metal Seated Ball Valve (MSBV).

There are certain strategic design characteristics that make these valves remarkable. Pacific Wedgeplug Valves have metal sealing surfaces (improving reliability of shut-off), and provide bi-directional sealing. Krombach® Metal Seated Ball Valve’s ball and seat are machined to such precise tolerances that ball and seat lapping does not have to be performed individually for each valve – making both the ball and seat freely interchangeable (if equal in nominal size). Krombach MSBVs are equipped with a self-cleaning system, and their leak-proof characteristics meet the rigorous requirements for isolation service.

“We are keen to continue our mission to not only design and supply highly engineered products and solutions, but to enhance the inherent value we offer by promoting safety in their applications. Coking and other petroleum processing are industries we focus on, and we design valves with their particular needs in mind. This Conference provides an important forum for Crane to convey these messages in a client-facing environment where attendees are looking for solutions,” said Hari Jinaga, VP/GM.

Information on both the Pacific® Wedgeplug and Krombach Metal Seated Ball Valve can be found on CRANE Energy’s enhanced website (www.cranecpe.com), which features new “Technical Info” menus in its online product catalogue.


About Crane
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.

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