New Non-Asbestos High- Temperature Valve Packing Developed By John Crane — Literature Available

John Crane is offering new literature on its new generation of non-asbestos valve packing— Style 187IG—designed to withstand harsh conditions of temperatures to 1200°F and pressures to 2,500 psi. It is a competitivelypriced, high-quality product according to the manufacturer.

Under development since 1977, Rite-Pak1" Style 187IG is a wire-inserted, jacketed packing that remains soft and resilient even at high temperature limits. It has special, performance- proven glass fibers in the core, and Inconel wire inserted glass yarn braided in the outside jacket.

The new non-asbestos packing has been designed specifically as a superior packing for high temperature, high pressure applications in hydrocarbons, steam, water, air, oil and a wide range of chemicals.

"In laboratory tests and in-use field tests during the past two years, the new style packing provided outstanding sealing performance under the most adverse conditions, and without adding rings," according to George R.

McKillip, John Crane packing product manager.

For full information and free literature on John Crane's non-asbestos valve packing, Circle 81 on Reader Service Card

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