Flowserve recently developed a new valve—at the request of the NASA Stennis Space Center near Bay Saint Louis, MS—that may reach beyond aerospace applications to the industrial gas industry, including markets like upstream oil and gas, and steel. The company built a split-body valve for NASA, designed to simplify installation and maintenance, enable trim size changes, and reduce inventory needs. Measuring 25.5 inches and remaining leak-free at 11,250 psig, the valve will be used at the space center for transfer-line isolation and tank venting. For more information on the new valve, go to www.flowserve.com.
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