CRANE Fluid Handling presents its New 2009 Edition of Technical Paper No. 410 enhanced by its companion website application enabling users to derive application solutions based on their parameters in real time.
CRANE Fluid Handling, a leading provider of highly engineered products for fluid handling applications worldwide, announced the availability of the 2009 edition of Crane’s Technical Paper No. 410 (TP-410).
Developed and published by Crane and distributed via www.flowoffluids.com (an ESI business), the TP-410 is a technical resource for engineers, designers and engineering students that explains the flow of fluid through valves, pipes and fittings to aid in the appropriate selection of equipment for piping systems. Originally developed in 1942, the TP-410 has been updated several times, but the 2009 edition marks the introduction of a companion website containing a suite of web-based tools that solve equations found within the paper. Other new entries include chapters on Pumps, Control Valves and Flow Meters, as well as an updated bibliography and technical references.
“We are excited about the new updates and the online aspect that will be incorporated in bringing all of its users up to date, and recruiting new ones that aren’t currently aware of its benefits.” Said Dale Friemoth, VP Business Development at Crane, “We are hoping that the seamless integration of the new Flow of Fluids website with the 2009 edition of Crane’s TP-410 will prove to be both beneficial and appreciated by the engineering and valve communities,”
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.