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IndexOrdering Information. 3Materials. 4Identification. 5Gate Valve Features. 6NACE Trim Steel Valves.10Globe Valve Features.11Swing Check Valve Features.15Tilting Disc Valve Features.19Stop Check Valve Features. 25Stop Check Valve Technical Data. 28Flow Data. 29Installation Recommendations. 30Pressure/Temperature Ratings.31Crane also manufactures bronze ball valves, iron wafer and lug butterfly valves, bronze and iron gateglobe and check valves, and alloy valves. Brochures and catalogs are available on request.Figure Number IndexFIGURE NO.VALVE TYPEPRESSURE CLASS28Stop Check Valve30028½30Stop Check Valve30030½33Gate Valve30033½47Gate Valve15047½76Gate Valve60076½123Tilting Disc Valve150123½143Globe Valve150143½147Swing Check Valve150147½151Globe Valve300151½159Swing Check Valve300159½171Globe Valve600171½175Swing Check Valve600175½323Tilting Disc Check300323½623Tilting Disc Check600623½923Tilting Disc Check900923½1523Tilting Disc Check15001523½CONNECTIONSSIZE RANGEPAGE Butt-Weld3" – 10"(80 – 250 mm)3" – 10"(80 – 250 mm)2" – 24"(50 – 600 mm)2" – 24"(50 – 600 mm)2" – 12"(50 – 300 mm)2" – 36"(50 – 900 mm)2" – 12"(50 – 300 mm)2" – 24"(50 – 600 mm)2" – 12"(50 – 300 mm)2" – 24"(50 – 600 mm)2" – 8"(50 – 200 mm)2" – 12"(50 – 300 mm)2" – 36"(50 – 900 mm)2" – 30"(50 – 750 mm)3" – 18"(80 – 450 mm)2" – 10"(50 – 250 com

How to Specify and Order the Correct ValvesCare should be taken to select the most suitable steel valve for your service(s). Exact specification of each valve should be made to avoid ambiguitywhen requesting quotations or ordering the product.SizeType of ValveNominal size of the pipeline into which the valve will be placed must bedetermined. Comprehensive data on flow characteristic and pipe propertiesare contained in the Engineering Data Catalog.A few minutes spent in reading some simple valve facts on pages 4 willprove helpful.Pressure/Temperature RatingValve MaterialThe following facts should be considered in determining the correct valvematerial. The media to be controlled. The temperature of the media. The possible extraordinary stresses affecting the valve. Safety standards and/or piping codes.Please pay careful attention that the PRESSURE/TEMPERATURERATINGS shown on pages 31-33 in this catalog are in keeping with therequirements of the service.Valve End ConnectionsConsiderations as to pipeline integrity, future maintenance, corrosionfactors, field assembly, weight and safety should be given in determiningthe method of connecting the valve in the pipeline.CAUTION: When servicing, disassembling or disposing of valves containing asbestos gaskets or packing, avoid breathing dust or fibers from theseparts. Disposal of asbestos and asbestos related products should comply with local, state and federal laws and regulations.Ordering InformationDesignate the valve size and the complete catalog number, including prefix and suffix letters, when applicable, to identify regular cataloged items asdescribed on the following pages.Any special requirements such as Gear operation, Motor operation, Hydraulic or Pneumatic Cylinder operation, Anti-friction bearing yoke sleeve, ByPass of drain, etc. must also be specified on purchase orders.Examples8" 33½XUF9BPSuffix denoting basic valve material – Page 4Suffix denoting basic valve material – Page 4Suffix denoting flexible discSuffix denoting trim material – Page 4Basic catalog number defined on data pagesValve sizeNOTE: In keeping with our policy of continuous product improvement, we reserve the right to institute changes in design, material,dimensions, and specifications without notice and without incurring any obligation to make such changes and modifications on theproduct previously or subsequently sold.3www.craneenergy.com

Materials of ConstructionSteel bolted bonnet valves described in this catalog are typically manufactured of carbon steel. When specified, the valves are available in the alloysshown below which are suitable for steam, water, oil, oil vapor, gas and general services. Please contact factory or customer service for availabilityand material breakdowns.Body and Bonnet or Cap MaterialsPart No. ASTMMaterialSuffixClassification ClassificationService ConditionsNoneA216 WCBCarbon Steel6A217 WC61 ¼ CR, ½ MoFor service up to 1000 F (537 C). (2) (3) (4) (5)9A217 WC92 ¼ CR, 1 MoFor service up to 1100 F (593 C) where good creep strength is required. (2) (3) (4) (5)5A217 C512A217 C122A352 LCC8MA351 CF8MA351 CF88For service up to 800 F (426 C) where corrosion and oxidation are not a factor. (1) (4) (5)For service up to 1200 F (649 C). Best corrosion and oxidation resistance plus highcreep strength are required. (2)For service up to 1200 F (649 C). Best corrosion and oxidation resistance than other9% CR, 1 Mogrades. (2)For service from –20 F to 650 F (-33 C to 343 C). This material must be quenched andLow Carbon Steeltempered to obtain tensile and impact properties needed at subzero temperatures.Stainless SteelFor services up to 1000 F (537 C), where corrosion and oxidation resistance are desired.(316)For services up to 1000 F (537 C), where corrosion and oxidation resistance are desired,Stainless Steelbut lower costs then CF8M and slightly lower material strengths and corrosion resistance(304)can be tolerated.5% CR, ½ Mo(1) Upon prolonged exposure to temperatures above 800 F (426 C), the carbidephase of carbon steel may be converted to graphite. Permissible, but notrecommended 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 ASMEBoiler and Pressure Vessel code is subject to the same temperature limitations asspecified in that document.(5) Product used within the jurisdiction of Power Piping, ASME Code for PressurePiping B31.1, is subject to the same maximum temperature limitations placed uponthe material in paragraph 124.2.Trim MaterialPart No.SuffixAPI TrimNumberNominal TrimSeating SurfacesStem MaterialTemperatureX1F6 / F6 (1)13 Cr ASTM A217 (CA15)13 Cr (410)1100 F (593 C)UF*5HF / HF (2)CoCra13 Cr (410)1200 F (649 C)A9NiCu Alloy / NiCu AlloyNiCu AlloyNiCu Alloy450 F (232 C)L10316 / 316 (3)316 SS316 SS850 F (454 C)XUF*8F6 / HF (1) (2)13 Cr ASTM A217 (CA 215)CoCra13 Cr (410)1100 F (593 C)AUF*11NiCu Alloy / HF (2)NiCu AlloyCoCraNiCu Alloy450 F (232 C)LUF*12316 / HF (3) (2)316 SSCoCra316 SS850 F (454 C)(1) 13% Chromium AISI Type 410 Stainless Steel.(2) Hard Facing CoCra is weld deposited Cobalt base alloy.(3) Austenitic Stainless Steel is a Ni-Cr-Mo stainless steel in the AISI Type 316category.*F denotes Flex Wedge (only applies to Gate Valves).Valve Modification Suffix IdentificationS.I.TDBPPGDescriptionDrain, Drill and TapBypassSpecial Packing and/or GasketS.I.STBWRJDescriptionSpecial TrimSpecial Butt-Weld End PrepRing JointS.I.SPLDLRDescriptionSpecial PaintLocking DeviceLantern RingS.I. DescriptionOV (1) Gear(2) Chainwheel(3) Electric(4) Pneumatic(5) Hydraulic(6) OtherNiCu alloy commonly referred to as Monel a registered trademark of Special Metals Corporation.4www.craneeenergy.com

Installation, Marking and IdentificationWhen purchasing valves, reference should also be made to MSS SP92 “Valve Users Guide.” Inquiries relating specifically to Crane productsmay be referred to our factory or customer service department.Marking and identification of Crane steel valves conforms to ASME B16.34and MSS SP-25.It is important to properly identify valves in service to allow for the orderingof replacement parts or address questions or concerns relating to ourproducts. Body markings and information shown on the identification platehelps to properly identify valves, allowing timely and accurate responsesto such inquiries.Integrally cast body marking data includes the following information andhelps to provide traceability: Crane logo Pressure class Valve size “Steel” symbol for the grade of material (i.e., WCB for carbonsteel) Heat number – on body and bonnet (cast or stamped) Individual serializationThe body markings are supplemented by an identification plate which,depending on valve type and size, is mounted in the most practicableposition. Tag location for gate and globe valves is typically on the valveyoke or body/bonnet flange. Check valve tags are typically mounted onthe rim of the cap.Identification plates bear the following information: Catalog number Valve size Body material Disc material Stem material Seat and trim material Pressure and temperature ratingI.D. Tag Marking InformationProduct MarkingCAST BONNET MARKING:Material SymbolPattern NumberFactory SymbolHeat Number (cast or stamped)(Not on flange edge unless recessed.)ID TAGRing Joint Number (stamped)when applicableSerial Number (stamped)CAST BODY MARKING:CRANESize2, 2½, 3, 4.Class150, 300, 600, 900MaterialMaterial Grade SymbolFactory IDManufacturer's Identification SymbolPattern No.XXXXX (Optional)Foundry SymbolYYYYNOTES:Cast lettering to be raised Gothic type.All stamped markings to be low stress.5www.craneenergy.com

Overview Class 150, 300 and 600 Gate ValvesFeaturesFlexible Wedge Compensates for deformation of body due to pipe stresses. Will not stick when valve is closed hot and allowed to cool.Welded-in Seat Ring Seat ring is seal welded to eliminate leak path.StandardsThese valves comply with the applicable requirements of the following standards: API 600 API 598 ASME B16.34 ASME B16.25 ASME B16.10 ASME B16.5Inspection Policy for Crane ValvesEvery Crane cast steel valve is subjected to a 100% pressure test according to API 598 requirements. Manufacturer’smaterial test reports and Inspection and Test Certifications are available upon request. Some of the additionalinspections and tests performed are: Random Radiograph Inspection of Body and Bonnet Castings to ASME B16.34 Appendix B Random Chemical Composition and Mechanical Properties Verification of Fasteners to ASTM A-193/A-194 Liquid Penetrate Inspection of Seat Rings Visual Inspection of Casting to MSS SP-55 and MSS SP-112 Receiving, In-Process, and Final Dimensional Inspections to Relevant Valve StandardsOther inspections or tests can be performed or evaluation criteria applied when specified by the customer.Notes Standard material is ASTM A216 Grade WCB. Standard trim is XU (13% Cr to hardface) which is suitable for a wide range of applications. Butt weld end dimensions shall be in accordance with ASME B16.25 Figure 2a or Figure 3a (without backing ring)for standard pipe schedules, unless otherwise specified in the purchase order. Butt weld ends shall not beproduced from flanged end castings unless specifically authorized in writing by CRANE Energy Flow xtra StrongSchedule 160 See "Technical Data" section for locations of bypasses, taps and drains.6www.craneeenergy.com

Class 150 Outside Screw & Yoke Flexible Wedge DiscFigure 47Material of Construction*Gate, FlangedFigure 47½Gate, Butt WeldSize Range:2 through 24 inches(50 - 600 mm)Pressure Temperature RatingCarbon SteelASTM A216 Grade WCB285 psi @ -20 F to 100 F(20 bar @ -28 C to 37 C)CIndustry StandardsSteel ValvesASME B16.34Face-to-Face/End-to-EndASME B16.10Flange DimensionsASME B16.5Weld EndASME B.16.25Basic DesignAPI 600TestingAPI 598BDescriptionMaterialBodyWCBBonnetWCBSeat RingsHardfacedDiscCA-15 or 13% CR OverlayStem410 SSPackingGraphiteBonnet GasketCorrugated Soft Steel or Steel/Stainless Steel w/GraphiteBack Seat410 SSYoke SleeveD2 Ni-ResistRetaining NutMalleable or SteelGlandSteelGland FlangeSteelEye BoltSteelEye Bolt NutsSteelPinsSteelBonnet StudsA193 Gr. B7Bonnet NutsA194 Gr. 2HHandwheelMalleable, Ductile or SteelHandwheel NutDuctile or SteelI.D. TagsSSI.D. PinsSteelSpacerSteelGrease FittingsSteelNOTES:*Standard construction: WCB-Trim 8, other options are available.Crane recommends the use of manual or powered gear assistancefor sizes 10" and larger.ADimensions and WeightsInches (millimeters) - pounds 69)3250(1474)CWt.(47)Wt.(47½)7www.craneenergy.com

Class 300 Outside Screw & Yoke Flexible Wedge DiscFigure 33Material of Construction*Gate, FlangedFigure 33½Gate, Butt WeldSize Range:2 through 24 inches(50 - 600 mm)Pressure Temperature RatingCarbon SteelASTM A216 Grade WCB740 psi @ -20 F to 100 F(51 bar @ -28 C to 37 C)CIndustry StandardsSteel ValvesASME B16.34Face-to-Face/End-to-EndASME B16.10Flange DimensionsASME B16.5Weld EndASME B.16.25Basic DesignAPI 600TestingAPI 598BDescriptionMaterialBodyWCBBonnetWCBSeat RingsHardfacedDiscCA-15 or 13% CR OverlayStem410 SSPackingGraphiteBonnet GasketStainless Steel spiral woundGraphiteBack Seat410 SSYoke SleeveD2 Ni-ResistRetaining NutMalleable or SteelGlandSteelGland FlangeSteelEye BoltSteelEye Bolt NutsSteelPinsSteelBonnet StudsA193 Gr. B7Bonnet NutsA194 Gr. 2HHandwheelMalleable, Ductile or SteelHandwheel NutDuctile or SteelI.D. TagsSSI.D. PinsSteelSpacerSteelGrease FittingsSteelNOTES:*Standard construction: WCB-Trim 8, other options are available.Crane recommends the use of manual or powered gear assistancefor sizes 8" and larger.ADimensions and WeightsInches (millimeters) - pounds (33½)8www.craneeenergy.com

Class 600 Outside Screw & Yoke Flexible Wedge DiscMaterial of Construction*Figure 76Gate, FlangedFigure 76½Gate, Butt WeldSize Range:2 through 12 inches(50 - 300 mm)Pressure Temperature RatingCarbon SteelASTM A216 Grade WCB1480 psi @ -20 F to 100 F(102 bar @ -28 C to 37 C)CIndustry StandardsSteel ValvesASME B16.34Face-to-Face/End-to-EndASME B16.10Flange DimensionsASME B16.5Weld EndASME B.16.25Basic DesignAPI 600TestingAPI 598BDescriptionMaterialBodyWCBBonnetWCBSeat RingA105 HardfacedDiscA216 WCB 13% CR OverlayStemA182 F6APackingGraphiteBonnet GasketRing Type Soft IronYokeWCBYoke SleeveD2 Ni-ResistRetaining NutCarbon SteelGlandSteelGland FlangeSteelEye BoltSteelEye Bolt NutsSteelPinsSteelBonnet StudsA193 Gr. B7Bonnet NutsA194 Gr. 2HBonnet BushingA276 410HandwheelMalleable, Ductile or SteelHandwheel NutCarbon SteelGrease NippleCarbon SteelYoke Pan Bolt NutsA194 Gr. 2HYoke Pan BoltsA193 Gr. B7BearingSteelNOTES:*Standard construction: WCB-Trim 8, other options are available.Crane recommends the use of manual or powered gear assistancefor sizes 6" and larger.ADimensions and WeightsInches (millimeters) - pounds 938)B(Open)C9www.craneenergy.com

NACE Trim Specialty Steel ValvesFor servicing sour environments of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) bearing hydrocarbons, Crane offers NACE valves made ofcomponent materials specially heat-treated and hardness-controlled in compliance with NACE standard MR0103. TypicalNACE material configurations are shown below for Crane cast steel gate valves.ABody & Bonnet – Most NACE requirements for heat treatment and maximum hardness of 22HRC. Standard material is ASTM A216 Grade WCB.BBolting – ASTM A193 Grade B7M bolts and ASTM A194 Grade 2HM nuts meet both NACEClasses I and II.CStem – Offering superior resistance to stress corrosion cracking, standard NACE stem is type316 stainless steel in conformance with NACE hardness and heat treatment requirements.DDisc – Standard disc is one piece flexible wedge with overlay hardface of ASTM A351 GradeCF8M, type 316 stainless steel in conformance with NACE hardness and heat treatmentrequirements.Valve PartsNACE Valves Compared to API 600 ValvesAPI and HardnessLF Trim NACELUF Trim NACEASTM A216 GradeWCBASTM A216 GradeWCB; 22HRCASTM A216 GradeWCB; 22HRCDisc – Solid MetalASTM A217 GradeCA15; 250 min.Base metal withtrim overlay ofASTM A351 GradeCF8M; 22HRCBase metal withtrim overlay ofASTM A351 GradeCF8M; 22HRCSeat RingCoCra Overlayed;Overlay 350 HBGlandSteel Zinc PlatedStem13Cr; 200-275 HBBackseat Bushing13Cr; 250 HB min.Body/Bonnet StudsASTM A193Grade 2HBody/Bonnet NutsASTM A194Grade 2H316L Overlayed;Base Metal 22 HRCSteel Zinc Plated;Base Metal 22 HRCASTM A182 GradeF316; 22HRCASTM 479 GradeT316; 22 HRCASTM A193Grade B7MASTM A194Grade 2HMCoCra Overlayed;Base Metal 22 HRCSteel Zinc Plated;Base Metal 22 HRCASTM A182 GradeF316; 22HRCASTM 479 GradeT316; 22HRCASTM A193Grade B7MASTM A194Grade 2HMBody/Bonnet10www.craneeenergy.com

Overview Class 150, 300 and 600 Globe ValvesFeaturesWelded-in Seat Ring Seat ring is seal welded to eliminate leak path.Basic