New Flowserve Valve and Actuation Products Featured at Valve World 2014

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New products can be viewed at booth 5G01.

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Flowserve Corporation (NYSE: FLS), a leading provider of flow control products and services for the global infrastructure markets, is exhibiting its diverse valve solutions for the chemical industry in booth 5G01 at Valve World 2014 in Düsseldorf, Germany, December 2-4.

The Flowserve booth will showcase a number of new products and technologies including the Worcester Compact Electric Actuator (CEA) Series, the McCANNA CryoSeal valve, laser clad valves from Flowserve Argus and the PMV D3 WL, among the world’s first wireless positioner.

New! Compact Electric Actuator (CEA) Series
The CEA features a multitude of user benefits which are combined into one unit to provide a genuine breakthrough in capability for compact, single-phase electric actuators. Flowserve is at the forefront in offering industrial OEMS and end users a single phase electric actuator with intelligent technologies such as advanced diagnostic capabilities across a broad range of valve applications, along with extended service life that will enhance cycle performance.

New! McCANNA CryoSeal Cryogenic Valve
The McCANNA CryoSeal ball valve represents the optimum design solution for flow isolation of cryogens down to -320⁰ F / -196⁰ C. It offers a number of features which make it ideally suited to various cryogenic applications including LNG liquefaction, transportation and regasification. Its top-entry design allows easy, time-saving in-line maintenance, while quarter-turn operation and special low-torque seat profiles make it simple and cost effective to automate.

Also showcased at Valve World is the new laser-clad valves developed by Flowserve Argus. This technology allows more complete coating of internal valve surfaces and offers the potential to replace high alloy parts with laser coated materials in the most severe process conditions. Thereby, this technology offers the user a more cost-effective solution to worn valve surfaces.

In addition, we will also feature the first PMV wireless positioner for valve control and monitoring; the Atomac and Durco lined valves for severe service; and Worcester Controls hygienic duty valves and swivel-ended valves which offer quicker, simplified installation.

For more information about these products, visit us at Valve World 2014 in Booth 5G01, or at

Flowserve Contacts

Media Contacts:
Lars Rosene, vice president, Global Communications and Public Affairs, (972) 443-6644

Investor Contacts:
Jay Roueche, vice president, Investor Relations & Treasurer, (972) 443-6560
Mike Mullin, director, Investor Relations, (972) 443-6636

About Flowserve

Flowserve Corp. is one of the world’s leading providers of fluid motion and control products and services. Operating in more than 50 countries, the company produces engineered and industrial pumps, seals and valves as well as a range of related flow management services. More information about Flowserve can be obtained by visiting the company’s Website at

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