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John Crane
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The power to meet tomorrow's energy demands.
The power to meet tomorrow's energy demands.

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In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day, check out this video to hear our female engineers share their experiences and discuss opportunities for women in the industry. #INWED18 #RaisingTheBar http://bit.ly/2Ilf5pY
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John Crane colleagues from all over the world demonstrate their commitment to helping customers succeed every day—because we understand that your name is how we make ours. http://bit.ly/2Icew1A
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A decade ago we added filtration systems and filter elements to the product portfolio….and they’re more important than ever in keeping your operation running at peak performance. See how: http://bit.ly/2tkEE4Y
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It’s been 40 years since the first use of a Type 28 non-contacting dry gas seal on a pipeline compressor. This product revolutionized the gas compression industry, replacing dual wet seal technology. See what we’re revolutionizing today. http://bit.ly/2LXjnpV
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John Crane’s unique, engineered, non-contacting Up-Stream Pumping face technology borrows from gas seal designs to deliver a breakthrough in liquid sealing technology. http://bit.ly/2sIKop0
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When you’re in business for a century, you get calls from surprising customers. http://bit.ly/2sClJTP
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The first Metastream M-Series diaphragm coupling, installed in a nuclear facility in 1960, shows quality has always been a critical component of every John Crane product. We put our commitment in writing: http://bit.ly/2HjAlfi
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Remember what digitization looked like in 1991? John Crane led the way then – and we’re leading into the future, with advancements in digitization, additive manufacturing and materials including nanotechnology. http://bit.ly/2J5xkRz
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When a customer has a problem, how does John Crane respond? Here’s the answer in less than a minute. http://bit.ly/2sfbhlc
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