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This No. 41 CRANE Catalogue is issued to 



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Should this catalogue be transferred at any time, we ^vould appreciate 
knowing the name of the new holder, so that notification of changes may 
regularly reach the proper individual. Address nearest CRANE BRANCH. 



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Valves ^ Fittings 

Pipe 
Fabricated Piping 




Catalogue No. 41 






CRAN E 

LIMITED 

MONTREAL, CANADA 



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COPYRIGHT. CANADA— 19^1— CRANE LIMITED 



PRUNTED IV CA>:ADA 



Terms-Conditions 



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This catalog supersedes all previous issues. 

Net Terms— 30 davs. 

Remittances should be made to the office from which our 
invoice IS issued, in funds free of exchange or collection 

charges. 

Prices and Designs: Subject to change without notice. 

Contracts: Subject to strikes, accidents, or other causes be- 

yond our control. 

No claims allowed unless made within ten days of receipt of 

goods. 

We guarantee Crane goods to the extent that we will replace 

those having manufacturing defects when used in the service 
for which we recommend them. No charges for labor or ex- 
pense required to repair defective goods, or occasioned by 
them, will be allowed. If the goods are defective, the measure 
of the damage is the price of the defective goods only. 

Goods must not be returned to us unless our consent has 

first been obtained. 

Orders covering special goods are not subject to cancella- 
tion, except upon agreement to make payment for the special 
work which has been performed. 

All special goods made to specification, where the buyer is 
to inspect them, must be inspected and accepted before ship- 
ment is made. After shipment is made, our responsibility ceases. 
The illustrations in this catalog are an actual representation 
of a certain size of each line of products, but do not necessarily 
represent all sizes in all details; we reserve the right to make 
minoralterationsin designs to suit manufacturing convenience. 



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General Offices 

1170 Beaver Hall Square 

Montreal, Canada 
{Cable Address: Cranelit-Alontreal) 



Manufacturing Plants 

Montreal, Quebec 

St. Johns, Quebec 

Port Hope, Ontario 



Left: CRANE Building, 1170 Beaver Hall 
Square, Monrreal. in which are housed the 
General Offices and the MoQCreal Sales Branch 
of Crane Limited. 




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Branches and Wa rehouses throughout Canada 



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Calgary 
Edmonton - 



ALBERTA 

- 602 Eleventh Avenue, West 
Jasper Ave. & 109th Street 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
Vancouver ----- 540 Beatty Street 
Victoria 905 Government Street 

MANITOBA 
Winnipeg 93 Lombard Street 

NEW BRUNSWICK 
Moncton 22 5 St. George Street 

NOVA SCOTIA 

-1565 Barrington Street N. 



ONTARIO 

Fort William 600 Simpson Street 

Hamilton - - - - 40 Wellington Street N. 

Kingston - - - - - - -71 Brock Street 

London 304 York Street 



Halifax 



Otta-wa 
Toronto 



Montreal 

Quebec 



Regina 
Saskatoon 



- 148 Bank Street 
306 Front Street W 

QUEBEC 

1170 Beaver Hall Square 
39 St. Roch Street 



SASKATCHEWAN 

1408 Broad Street 
3 59 First Avenue N. 



London 
Ipswich 



Birmingham 



Newfounc//anc/ Branch 

St. John's Hill O'Chips 

CRANE LTD. (Great Britain) 

{Cable Address: Cranelon-London) 

- 45-51 Leman St., London, E.l Manchester - Westinghouse Rd., Trafford Park 

(Works), Nacton Rd.. Ipswich, Suffolk Bristol 1 Broadmead, Bristol, I. 

1277 Coventry Rd., S. Yardley Glasgow - - 94-100 Clyde Ferry St., Anderston 



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Keeping Pace 
with Canadian Industry 



Without Valves and Fittings and Fabricated 
Piping, there could be no modern industry. To 
govern and control the flow of industry's fluids 
—oil, gas, water, steam, air, chemicals, solutions 
—power could not be developed nor applied, nor 

materials processed. 

Crane Limited, with a background of experi- 
ence spanning the past 80 years, has constantly 
kept abreast cf industrial requirements- As steam 
pressures ar.d temperatures have risen, as hydro- 
electric development ar.d central power stations 
have broadened the application of electricity, as 
chemists have introduced an ever-widening range 
of elements into industry's processes, expanding 
and complicating its flow sheets, so have many 
new problems been created. Besides increasingly 
intricate assemblies of Fabricated Piping, many 
new varieties of Valves and Fittings have been 
necessitated, involving development of these 
lines in iron, steel, brass a.id many alloys to 
withstand the ever-increasing demands of pres- 
sure, temperature and corrosion problems. 



The Crane organizatioa has taken an active 
part in continuous investigation and study into 
the characteristics and behaviour of metals and 
other materials in service. Through co-operation 
between its metallurgists, foundrymen, designers 
and machinists, Crane has broadened its line to 
over 40,000 items of Valves, Fittings, Fabricated 
Piping, Plumbing ar.d Heating Equipment for 
industry's use. Described in this catalogue are 
the piping materials which make up, by far, the 
greatest part of the complete Crane line. They 
include equipment for standard and special 
services up to 2,500 pounds pressure at 1000°R 

Four big plants in Canada make Crane prod- 
uas: two in Montreal, Que., one in St. Johns, 
Que., and one in Port Hope, Ont. The largest is 
the St. Patrick Street Works in Montreal, pic- 
tured below. Here is the greatest array of 
machinery and equipment especially adapted to 
the manufacture of Valves and Fittings in Canada. 
When in Montreal, you are welcome to visit this 

plant. 





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Crane Montreal Works, in which are 
produced Valves, Fittings and Pabri- 
cated Piping. Some of the largest units 
for Canadian industrial use have come 
out of this factory. 






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How Quality is Built into and 
Maintained in Crane Products 



Tests and checks — more tests and checks! At every 
stage of design and production they safeguard the 
quality of Crane valves and fittings to assure satis- 
factory performance in your pipe lines. 

Even before product design is started. Crane Re- 
search Laboratories make sure the proposed mate- 
rial is right. By advanced scientific techniques, the 
chemical composition and physical properties of 
metals are subjected to grueling investigations. So 
it is with all raw materials entering Crane plants — 
none can be used until approved by the laboratory. 
And again when hot metals are poured, sample 
bars from each heat are thoroughly analyzed by 
expert metallurgists. 

No valve or fitting bc-comes a 'regular" in the 
Crane line without the benefit ot exhaustive experi- 





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mentation in the laboratory as well as in field ap- 
plications. Only upon satisfactory completion of 
such tests is any item approved for production. 

No product is ever considered to be beyond im- 
provement. Betterment of design and refinement 
of materials are constantly being studied. 

In Crane foundries, machine shops, and assem- 
bly departments., no operation is considered com- 
pleted until careful inspection is made. One is 
actually amazed at sight of the numerous inspec- 
tion devices and precision -gauging instruments 
always in use — Over 36,000 of them! Shop tests of 
finished products are far more exacting than actual 
service conditions. It is this, the most elaborate 
and methodical system of checks and tests in the 
industry, that safeguards Crane Quality— always. 



Lejt — Improvements in 
Crane products are al- 
ways in progress in the 
design engineering divi- 
sion numbering hun- 
dreds of men. 



Right — Equipment like 
this enables thorough 
study of the actions of 
metals under stress and 
elevated temperature, 



Le/t~Sz(e sen ice recom- 
mendations for Crane 
products are established 
by thorough pressure 
testing in the laboratory. 
Here a relief valve is be- 
ing tested. 



R/ght~X'Ray examina- 
tions are a great help in 
making better pipi ng ma- 
terials- This 400,000-voIt 
machine enables Crane 
engineers to see the in- 
side quality of steel up to 
5 inches thick. 






The eft'ects of heai treatment and corrosion on metal 
structures are clear to the metallurgist when studied under 

powerful microscopes like this. 



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Elaborate measuring instruments assure the constant accu- 
racy of over 36,000 gauges regularly used in C^rane plants. 



A hydrostatic pressure test is just 

one of many given all Crane valves 

before chey get a final ''0,K." 




Repeated checking of alignment and gaug- 
ing of threads assure better pipe joints when 
Crane screwed fittings are used. 




The exact taper required 

for positive seating of 

wedge discs is assured by 

careful gauging. 



Thickness of their walls must measure up to 
close limits before castings are machined- 




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Crane Foundries and Shops Are 
Modern and Completely Equipped 



Crane plants are marked by modern facilities, and 
the attainment of uncommon exactness in the pro- 
duction of so great a variety of products. In equip- 
ping Crane plants, the primary objective is always 
to raise even higher the high standard of Crane 
craftsmanship. 

Features aiding uniformity and quality in Crane 
brass and iron foundries, are the Crane-designed 
molding machines, automatic mold conveyors and 
continuous melting furnaces, and the overhead 
sand tempering and distributing system. 

In Crane steel foundries, improved scientific 
techniques give accurate control of melting and 
chemical compositions of metais. Here Crane met- 
allurgists produce superior steels, having all the 




essential properties required for valves and fittings 

employed in high pressure-temperature power and 
process lines. 

Facing, grinding, boring, threading, tapping, 
drilling, and lapping of parts are done with every 
type of automatic and semi-automatic machine. 
Many are Crane-designed as are the systems by 
which parts are conveyed to them and on to other 
processes, or to storage bins and shipping floors. 

Equally well equipped are Crane pipe fabricating 
shops with modern pipe shaping, welding and 
stress relieving equipment. In the inspection and 
testing departments, through which all products 
must pass after each operation, only the most up-to- 
date and accurate instruments and devices are used 



Left — Pouring the 
molds for large 
valve parts in the 
Crane foundry. 



Kight^This mod- 
ern fofge shop 
with numerous 
hammers along 
both sides of the 
aisle produces 
Crane forged steel 
materials. 




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heat from one of 
the electric-arc 
furnaces in the 
steel foundry. 



Uight~Ho job is 
too complex, too 
large, or too 
small for Crane 
pipe fabricating 
shops. 



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Molding machines and roller conveyors speed produc 
tion ot molds for boch small and large castings. 





Section of foundry where carbon and. alloy steels are 
melted in high frequency electric induction furnaces. 



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Many thousands of square feet of floor space are required 
for the mulriplicity of machining operations performed. 




Endless rows of modern machines^ big and small, finish 
the castings and forgings for Crane valves and fittings. 



The seating surfaces of all Crane valves are carefully fin- 
ished with utmost precision. 



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In All Major Industrial Centers 



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stock of larger valves read^ for shipment. 





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No matter where you are located, you are 
near a source of Crane valves and fittings. 
Patterned to the industrial map of the na- 
tion. Crane's extensive distributing and 
warehousing system of Factory Branches 
and Wholesalers makes these products 
conveniently available at the points of 
their use. 

Drawing on the stocks maintained at 
Crane plants, Branches and Wholesalers 
carry at all times a substantial assortment 
of the staple items regularly demanded in 
the areas they serve. The completeness of 
the Crane line of piping equipment for 
every flow-control need, plus the person- 
alized local service offered, gives those 
who specify "Crane" a two-fold advan- 
tage: Crane Quality and Crane Service. 



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Crane Branch indicate com- 
pleteness of staple item 
stocks carried to meet every- 
day piping demands. 



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Crane Branches carry adequate 
pipe stocks for every requirement. 
Delivery is facilitated by up-to- 
date storage and loading methods 
aad modern hauling equipment. 



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Alphabetical Index 




All items shown in this catalog are described and cross-indexed alphabetically 
on this and the following nineteen pages. References under broad classifica- 
tions to other entries have been replaced by page numbers showing the entire 
range of products. 

For example, under the very general heading of "Brass Valves", group page 
numbers are shown for each of the various types, but under the specific 
heading of "Angle Valves, Brass", etc., will be found a detailed listing of the 
many available types. Similarly, under the general classification of "Fittings", 
will be found group page numbers, the detailed references being made under 
specific Hstings such as, ^'Elbows", "Tecs", "Crosses", "Unions", etc. 



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A.A.R. Fittings, Screwed, Malleable Iron 193 

Union Fittings, Malleable Iron 243 

Union Fittings, with Steel Tail-Piece 244 

Unions, Forged Steel 244 

Unions, Malleable Iron 242 

Unions, with Steel Tail-Piece 244 

Valves, Brass, Inside Screw 42, 43 

Valves, Brass, Outside Screw and Yoke 44, 45 

Valves, Wrenches for Body Seat Rings 45 

A.P.I. Line Pipe 580 

Ring-Joints 562, 563 

Thread Data 593-595 

A.S.A, Standard for Wrought Pipe 584-587 

A. W.W. A Iron Body Gate Valves 1 26, 1 27 

Adapters, Crane-Seal, Brass 495 

Solder- Joint 505, 508 

For Hoffman Venting Valves 83 

For Sanitary Fittings 455 

Adjustable Die Stocks. 537 

Pipe Hangers 514-517 

Pipe Supports 526, 527, 529, 531 

Pipe Threaders 538-541 

Railing Fittings, Malleable Iron 271 

Adjusters or Turnbuckles 519 

Adsco Expansion Joints 428 

Air Hoist Three-Way Cocks, Brass 94 

Motor Operated Valves 172, 1 73 

Pump Unions 240, 242, 244 

Tested Fittings, Malleable Iron 188 

Testing of Crane Valves 11 

Valves, Radiator 82, 83 

Vent Valves (Traps), Automatic 416 

All-Iron Ammonia Valves 480-482 

Angle Valves 144, 145, 150 

Check Valves 156, 160, 161 

Cocks 92, 93 

Cross Valves 1 50 

Expansion Valves 482 

Flange Unions, Ground Joint 251 

Gate Valves, Double Disc 122-133 

Gate Valves, Wedge Disc 98-111 

Globe Valves 144, 145, 150 

Liquid Gauges, for Ammonia 483 

Pulp Stock Valves 375 

Relief Valves 401 

Unions, Screwed 246 

Allowable Stresses for Steel Pipe 636 

Alloys, Cast Iron, Properties of 4 

Cast Steel, Properties of .3, 6, 7 

Forged Steel, Properties of 8 

Non-Ferrous, Properties of 2,3 

Used in Fabricated Piping 457 

Altitude Gauges and Recorders 438, 439 

American Standard Taper Pipe Threads , 590 

Ammonia Combination Elbows 252 

Condensers, Atmospheric 485 

Double Pipe Fittings 486, 487 

Fittings, Flanged 483 

Fittings. Screwed 190, 191, 483 

Flange Unions, Tongue and Groove 262 

Flange Unions, Boyle 484 

Flanges 4S4 



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Ammonia (Cont.) 

Gaskets 485 

Gauges 439 

Liquid Gauges 483 

Return Bends 483 

Valves, Angle 481 

Valves, Check 482 

Valves, Expansion 482 

Valves, Globe 481 

Valves, Relief 401 

Anchor Chair Pipe Supports 529 

Anchorage Tees, Flanged 281 , 345 

Angle Bends 602 

Blow-Off Valves 376, 377 

Check Valves, Brass 53-59 

Check Valves. Iron Body 156, 157 

Screw-Down Check Valves, Marine 462-473 

Stop-Check Valves 372-374 

Angle Valves, All-Iron 

Ammonia 481 , 482 

Union Bonnet 1 44, 1 45 

Yoke Bonnet 1 50 

Angle Valves, Brass 

A.A.R 42-45 

Bolted Bonnet, 150 and 200-Pound 35 

Bolted Bonnet, 300-Pound 47 

Composition Disc, Low Pressure 27 

Composition Disc, 150-Pound 30 

Composition Disc, 250-Pound 37 

Copper Disc, 250-Pound 37 

Crane-Seal 493 

Cranoil Disc, for Light Oils and Gases 32 

Hose 71 

Lock-Shield, Low Pressure 27 

Lock-Shield, Radiator Type 78-82 

Marine 462, 463 

Names of Parts 26 

Needle Point 29 

Outside Screw and Yoke 44-47 

Plug Type Disc, 150-Pound 31 

Plug Type Disc, 250-Pound 36 

Plug Type Disc, 300-Pound 40-47 

Plug Type Disc, 350-Pound 48 

Plug Type Disc, 2000-Pound Hydrauhc 49 

Radiator 78, 79, 81 

Regrinding, 200-Pound 34 

Regrinding, 300-Pound 38, 39 

Solder- Joint 502, 505 

Union End, 300-Pound A.A.R., Inside Screw 43 

Union End, 300-Pound A.A.R., O. S. 85 Y 45 

Union End, 300-Pound Plug Type Disc 41 

Union End, 300-Pound Regrinding 39 

With Special Wheels and Finishes 27, 28 

100-Pound (Low Pressure) 27 

125-Pound (Standard) 28 

150-Pound 30, 31, 34, 35 

200-Pound.. 34, 35 

250-Pound 36, 37 

300-Pound 38-47 

350-Pound 48 

1000-Pound Hydraulic 48 

2000-Pound Hydraulic. 40 



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Angle Valves, Cast Steel 

Blow-Off 377 

Gearing for A^^ VrX 

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Stop-Check. 300-Pound 3'3 

Stop Check, 400-Pound and Higher 374 

150 to 2500-Pound 322-326 

4000-Pound 350 

Angle Valves, Corrosion-Resistant Alloy 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 446, 447 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo), Bar Stock 310 

Exelloy (Bar Stock) 310 

Monel 446, 447 

Nickel 446, 447 

Silicon Bronze 446, 447 

Angle Valves, Ferrosteel 

Ammonia 481 , 482 

Blow-Off 376 

Names of Parts 1 49 

Stop-Check 372 

175 and 250-Pound 152, 153 

Angle Valves, Forged Steel 

Bar Stock 310 

Marine . ■ - 474 

600-Pound 312-317 

900-Pound 316, 317 

1 500-Pound 318 

6000-Pound Hydraulic 31 9 

Angle Valves, Iron Body 

All-Iron, Union Bonnet 144, 145 

All-Iron, Yoke Bonnet 150 

Blow-Off 376 

Brass Mounted 1 43 

Composition Disc, Union Bonnet, 150-Puund 145 

Composition Disc, Yoke Bonnet, 125-Pound 151 

Marine ,...'... 469 

Names of Parts 149 

Plug Type Disc 146, 147 

Stop-Check 372 

Union Bonnet 144-147 

Yoke Bonnet 150-153 

■ 125-Pound (Standard) 148-151 

150-Pound 144-146 

175-Pound 152 

250-Pound 153 

' " 400-Pound W.O.G 147 

Angle Valves, Malleable Iron 

400-Pound W.O.G., Plug Type Disc 147 

Angle Valves (General) 

A.A.R 42-45 

Ammonia 481, 482 

■ Bar Stock 310 

Blow-Off 376, 377 

Butt-Wefding 316, 317, 322-326 

Crane-Seal 493 

Cylinder Operated 1 71 

Hose 71 

Main Injection 476 

Marino, Brass 462, 463, 467 

Marine, Iron Body 469 

Marine, Steel .471 -474 

Motor Operated 1 72, 1 73 

Overboard Discharge 476 

Radiator 78, 79, 81 

Socket -Welding 314, 315 

Solder-Joint 502, 505 

Tank Float 380 

Anti -Sweat Pipe Insulation 546 

Apartment House Gas Meter Stops 90 

Arctic Nickel Alloy Cast Steel, Properties of 7 

Areas and Circumferences of Circles 665-667 

Armstrong Adjustable Die Stocks 537 

Asbestocel Pre-Shrunk Pipe Insulation 546 

Asbestos Composition Sheet Packing, Granite 565 

Packed Cocks 95 

Paper ! ' ! 547 

Sheet Millboard , . . , 547 

Asbestps-Sponge Felted Pipe Insulation 546 

Assembly and Maintenance of Flanged Joints 624 

Atmospheric Ammonia Condensers 485 



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Back Outlet Return Bends, Cast Iron 202 

Outlet Return Bends, Malleable Iron 1 90 

Pressure Valves 378, 379 

Badger Corrugated Type Expansion Joints 425 

Ball Bearing Swing Joints 432 

Check Valves, Brass 53, 54, 56 

Check Valves, Steel, Vertical 329 

Float Air Vents 41 6 

Joints, Flexible 431 

Ornaments 267, 268 

Pattern Railing Fittings 267-269 

Type Pressure Reducing Valves 41 2 

Band Pipe Hangers 514 

Bar Plugs, Cast Iron 228 

Stock Globe and Angle Valves 31 

Barco Flexible Ball, Swivel, and Revolving Joints 431 

Ba rnes Pipe Cutters 542 

Barrel Plugs, Cast Iron 228 

Base Elbows, Cast Iron, Sprinkler 206 

Elbows, Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 276 

Elbows, Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 284 

Elbows, Flanged, Cast Steel, 150 to 1500-Pound. 345-349 

Tees, Flanged, Cast Iron 281 

Tees, Flanged, Cast Steel 345 

Basin Crosses, Drainage 219 

Tees, Drainage 21 7 

Bath P Traps, Drainage 221 

Beam Clamps for Pipe Hangers 522-524 

Beaver Pipe Cutters 542 

Pipe Threading Tools 541 

Bellows Gauges 438, 439 

Type Radiator Valves 84 

Bending Pipe, Description 600 

Bends, Copper Tubing 510 

Pipe, Calculation Formulas 638, 639 

Pipe, Fabrication and Data ■ 598-604 

Pipe, Length of Pipe In 640 

Pipe, Small Size 232 

Pipe, Standard and Special Types 602-604 

Pressure Drop In 629 

Return, Ammonia 190, 483, 487 

Return, Butt-Welding 355 

Return, Copper Tubing 61 

Return, Crane-Seal 495 

Return, Double Pipe 486, 487 

Return, Flanged, Cast Iron or Ferrosteel. . 281 

Return, Flanged, Cast Steel 345, 346 

Return, Screwed, Brass 256, 257, 260 

Return, Screwed, Cast Iron, Ammonia 487 

Return, Screwed, Cast Iron, Standard 202 

Return, Screwed, Cast Iron, 175-Pound 210 

Return, Screwed, Cast Iron, 250-Pound. 21 2 

Return, Screwed, Malleable Iron 185, 190 

Return, Screwed, Wrought Steel 232 

Bevels, Welding 647 

Bibb Cocks (Faucets) 88 

Blind Flanges 

Ammonia 484 

Cast Iron, 2S-Pound 291 

Cast Iron, 125-Pound 292 

Cast Iron, 250-Pound ^ , 294 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 453 

Ferrosteel, 125-Pound 292 

Ferrosteel, 250-Pound 294 

Forged Steel, Ammonia 484 

Forged Steel, 150 to 2500-Pound 363-367 

Malleable Iron, Ammonia 484 

Monel , 453 

Nickel 453 

Silicon Bronze 453 

Blow-Off Crosses 375 

Valves 376, 377 

Board Walk Brackets and Flanges 272 

Boiler Fittings, Circulating, Malleable Iron 187 

Fittings, Circulating, Solder-Joint, Brass 509 

Flue Scrapers 545 

Tubes 583 

Bolt Steels, Properties of 9, 622 

Studs, Templex and Triplex Steel, Data 622, 623 

Studs, Templex and Triplex Steel, List Prices . . .558, 559 



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Bolting On Companion Flanges 557 

Bolts, Machine, Data , 622, 623 

Machine. List Prices 556, 557 

Machine, Properties of 9^ 622 

Bossed Elbows, Sprinkler 207 

Boston Casing Threads 594 

Boyle Flange Unions , 484 

Flange Union Gaskets 485 

Brackets, Pipe . .524, 525 

Brass, Properties of- 2 

Brass Cocks 88, 90, 91 , 94 

Expansion Joints 426 

Faucets, Ground Key 88 

Fittings, Crane-Seal 494-497 

Fittings, Drainage 215-221 

Fittings, Flanged 264 

Fittings, Railing 267 

Fittings, Screwed 256-263 

Fittings, Solder- Joint 506-51 1 

Flange Unions 2G3 

Flanges 264 

Floor Flanges 267 

Nipples 258 

Pipe, Regular and Extra Strong 583 

Pipe, Used With Crane-Seal Silbraz Products 498 

Stops 88-90 

Swing Joints 430 

Try Cocks .' 435 

Union Elbows. Screwed 78, 262 

Unions, Screwed and Flange 262, 263 

Brass Valves 

A.A.R., Globe and Angle 42-45 

Angle, Crane-Seal . . 493 

Angle, Hose 71 , 467 

Angle, Radiator 78, 79, 81 

Angle, Screwed and Flanged 25-49 

Angle, Solder -Joint 502, 505 

Butterfly 69 

Check, Crane-Seal 492 

Check, Screwed and Flanged 51 -63 

Check, Solder-Joint 503, 505 

Chronometer 476 

Crane-Seal 492, 493 

Cross, Standard 28 

Cross, 200-Pound 34, 35 

Cross, 300-Pound 47 

Float ..380, 381 

Foot 53, 54 

Gate, Crane-Seal 492 

Gate, Hose 70, 467 

Gate, Quick Opening 68 

Gate, Radiator 80 

Gate, Screwed and Flanged 13-24 

Gate, Solder-Joint 504, 505 

Globe, Crane-Seal 493 

Globe, Hose 71. 467 

Globe, Quick Opening 33, 66, 67 

Globe, Radiator 78, 81 

Globe, Screwed and Flanged 25-50 

Globe, Solder-Joint 502, 505 

Hose , 70, 71 

Hose, for Marine Service 467 

Marine 462-467 

Pop Safety 384, 385, 388 

Radiator 77-84 

Relief 394-400 

Safety 384-388, 393 

Throttle 69 

Whistle 67 

Brazing Valves and Fittings, Crane-Seal 489-497 

Brine Cocks 88 

Coolers. Fittings for 486, 487 

British Standard Taper Pipe Threads 591 

Bronze, Crane Hard Metal, Properties of 2 

Crane Special Brass, Properties of 2 

Manganese, Properties of 2 

Silicon, Properties of 2 

Silicon, Valves, Fittings, Unions, Etc 446-453 

Brushes, Flue ^^^ 

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Bushings, Brass 259 

Cast Iron 226 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452 

Crane-Seal 495 

Double Tapped, Iron 226 

Eccentric, Iron 226 

Face, Brass 259 

Face, Iron 226 

Face, Steel 227 

Hose 75 

Malleable Iron 226 

Monel 452 

Nickel 452 

Silicon Bronze 452 

Solder-Joint 508 

Steel 227 

Butt Nipples, Wrought Steel 230, 231 

Welds 61 4 

Welds, Detail of Bevel 647 

Butt-Welding Fittings, Steel 354-356 

Fittings, Steel, American Standard for 351 

Fittings, Steel, Dimensions of 357 

Fittings, Steel, Ratings for 358, 359 

Fittings, Wrought Iron 351 

Valves, Cast Steel, Angle, 150 to 2500-Pound 322-326 

Valves, Cast Steel, Check, 150 to 2500-Pound , . .333-336 

Valves, Cast Steel, Gate, 150 to 2500-Pound 302-307 

Valves, Cast Steel, Globe. 150 to 2500-Pound. . , .322-326 

Valves, Forged Steel, Angle, 900-Pound 316-318 

Valves, Forged Steel, Check, 900-Pound 330 

Valves, Forged Steel, Gate, 900-Pound 300 

Valves, Forged Steel, Globe, 900-Pound 316-318 

Butterfly Valves, Brass 69 

Valves, Iron Body 148 

By-Passes for Cast Steel Wedge Gate Valves. 306 

For Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 138 

For Iron Body Wedge Disc Gate Valves 114 

For Valves, Location of 646 



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"CO" Rubber Gaskets 566, 567, 570, 571 

Rubber Sheet Packing 565 

Cab Hose Valves 39, 41 

California D.B.X. and D.B.8 Casing Threads 594 

Canvas Gaskets, Ammonia 485 

Gaskets, 25 and 125-Pound Cast Iron 566 

Caps, A.A.R 193 

Butt-Welding, Steel 354 

Crane-Seal, Brass 495, 496 

Hose 70, 71, 75 

Screwed, Brass, Standard 256, 257 

Screwed, Brass, 250-Pound 260 

Screwed, Cast Iron 201 

Screwed. Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452 

Screwed, Forged Steel 339 

Screwed, Malleable Iron. Standard 185 

Screwed, Malleable Iron. 300-Pound 190, 193 

Screwed, Monel 452 

Screwed, Nickel 452 

Screwed, Silicon Bronze 452 

Socket-Welding, Forged Steel 353 

Solder-Joint, Brass 508 

Thermometer, for Sanitary Fittings 455 

Car Heater Wrought Couplings , 229 

Carbon Cast Steel, Properties of 6 

Forged Steel, Properties of 8 

Molybdenum Alloy Cast Steel. Properties of 6 

Molybdenum Alloy Forged Steel, Properties of. ... . 8 

Casing, Inserted Joint 582 

Merchant 531 

Casing Thread Fittings, Cast Iron 203 

Fittings, Cast Steel 341 

Fittings, Heavy Malleable Iron 192 

Fittings, Refinery Oil 189 

Fittings, Threading of 596 

Wrought Couplings 229 



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Casing Threads, Dimensions and Data 593-596 

Cast Iron, Alloy, Properties of ■ 4 

High Tensile, Properties of 4 

Ni-Resist, Properties of ^ 

Properties of ^ 

Cast Iron Blow-Off Crosses J'o 

Bushings ^226 

Cocks - 1 loA 

Drainage Fittings 21 5-224 

Drip Pockets . ■ ■ ■ ■• 421 

Expansion Joints *»*' » ^^o 

Fittings, Drainage 21 5-224 

Fittings, Flanged, 125-Pound 273-280 

Fittings, Flanged, 250-Pound 282-288 

Fittings, Flanged, Sprinkler Type 206-209, 274 

Fittings, Screwed 1 95, 21 3 

Fittings, Screwed, Drainage 215-224 

Fittings, Screwed, Sprinkler 197, 206-209 

Flange Unions 249 

Flanges 289-295 

Plugs 228 

Separators, Sediment 422, 423 

Separators, Steam and Oil 420, 421 

Sprinkler Fittings 197, 206-209, 274 

Steam Traps 415-419 

Swing Joints 430 

Water Columns 436 

Cast Iron Valves 

Angle 143-153 

Back Pressure 378, 379 

Butterfly 148 

Check 155-166 

Cross 149-153 

Exhaust Relief 378, 379 

Float 380, 381 

Foot 1 62, 1 63 

Gate, Double Disc 119-137 

Gate, Wedge Disc 97-113 

Globe 143-153 

Pop Safety 389. 390, 392 

Pulp Stock 375 

Relief 401, 402, 404, 406 

Safety, Lever and Weight Type 393 

Swing Check 160, 161, 164 

Throttle 148 

Cast Manganese Bron2e, Properties of 2 

Cast Steel Fittings Flanged 343-350 

Fittings, Screwed 341 

Steam Traps 41 6 

Valves. Angle 322-326 

Valves, Blow-Off, 377 

Valves, Check 329, 332-336 

Valves, Gate 299, 302-307 

Valves, Globe 311, 322-326 

Valves, Relief 403, 405, 406 

Valves, Safety 391 , 392 

Valves, Stop-Check 373, 374 

Cast Steels 

Alloy and Carbon, Properties of 3, 6, 7 

Arctic Nickel, Properties of 7 

Carbon, Properties of 6 

Carbon-Molybdenum, Properties of 6 

Chrome-Molybdenum, Properties of 7 

Chrome-NIckeUMoly. (l8-8 Mo), Properties of 3 

Nickel, Properties of 7 

Nickel -Chrome, Properties of .,,.,..,.,,., , 7 

Celling and Floor Plates 532 

Centigrade^Fahrenheit Temperature Conversion 663 

Chain and Lever Try Cocks 435 

Pipe Tongs 544 

Pipe Vises 536 

Wheels for Valves 176 

Chains for Chain Wheels 176 

Chairs, Anchor and Pipe . . , . , 529 

Chandelier Hooks and Loops, Malleable Iron 186 

Channel Clamps for Pipe Hangers 522 

Check Valves, All-Iron 

Ammonia 482 

Swing, Bolted Cap 160, 161 

Swing, 400-Pound W.O.G 1 56 



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Angle, Bolted Cap, 150 and 200-Pound 58 

Angle, Composition Disc, 150-Pound 56 

Angle, Composition Disc, 250-Pound 59 

Angle, Nickel Alloy Disc 59 

Angle, Regrinding 57-59 

Angle, 100-Pound (Low Pressure) 53 

Angle, 125-Pound (Standard) 54 

Angle, 150-Pound 56, 58 

Angle, 200-Pound 57, 58 

Angle, 250-Pound 59 

Angle Swing 57 

Crane-Seal 492 

Gasoline 53 

Horizontal, Ball Disc 56 

Horizontal, Bolted Cap, 150 and 200-Pound 58 

- Horizontal, Bolted Cap, 300-Pound 61 

Horizontal, Bolted Cap, 2500-Pound Hydraulic 63 

Horizontal, Composition Disc, Low Pressure 53 

Horizontal, Composition Disc, 150-Pound 56 

Horizontal, Composition Disc, 250-Pound 59 

Horizontal, Crane-Seal 492 

Horizontal, Dashpot Type 60-62 

Horizontal, Nickel Alloy Disc 59 

Horizontal, Regrinding 57-62 

Horizontal, Solder-Joint 503, 505 

Horizontal, With Drip Cock 54 

Horizontal, 100-Pound (Low Pressure) 53 

Horizontal, 125-Pound (Standard) 54 

Horizontal, 150-Pound 56, 58 

Horizontal, 200-Pound 57, 58 

Horizontal, 250-Pound 59 

Horizontal, 300-Pound 60, 61 

Horizontal, 350-Pound 62 

Horizontal, 1000, 2000, and 2500-Pound Hydraulic . . 63 

Marine 464, 465 

Names of Parts 52 

Solder- Joint 503, 505 

Swing, Bolted Cap, 150 and 200-Pound 58 

Swing, Bolted Cap, 300-Pound 61 

Swing, Crane-Seal 492 

Swing, Regrinding, 200-Pound . 67 

Swing, Regrinding, 200-Pound, with Bolted Cap .... 58 

Swing, Regrinding, 300-Pound 60 

Swing, Regrinding, 300-Pound, with Bolted Cap .... 61 

Swing, Regrinding, 350-Pound 62 

Swing, Solder- Joint 503, 507 

Swing, 125-Pound (Standard) 55 

Swing, 150 and 200-Pound , .57, 58 

Swing, 300-Pound. 60, 61 

Swing, 350-Pound 62 

Vertical, Gasoline 53 

Vertical, 125-Pound (Standard) 54 

Check Valves, Cast Steel 

Swing, Marine 471-473, 475 

Swing, With Lever and Weight 336 

Swing, 150 to 2500-Pound , 333-336 

Swing, 4000-Pound. 350 

Vertical 329 

Check Valves, Corrosion- Resistant Alloy 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 449, 451 

Monel 449, 451 

Nickel 449^ 451 

Silicon Bronze 449 45-1 

Check Valves, Ferrosteel 

Ammonia 432 

Swing, 250-Pound 1 55 

Swing, 800-Pound Hydraulic ' . 1 $6 

Check Valves, Forged Steel 

Horizontal, 600-Pound 328-330 

Horizontal, 900-Pound 330 

Horizontal, 6000-Pound Hydraulic '.'. . . . 331 

Marine 475 

Check Valves, Iron Body 

All-Iron, Standard 160 161 

All-Iron, 400-Pound W.O.G '153 

Angle, 150-Pound 155 

Clearway, Swing -^54 

Composition, Disc, 1 50-Pound 1 55 

For Gasoline and Pump Service 157 



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Horizontal, Standard -159 

Horizontal, 1 50-Pound [, 1 56 

Marine 469 

Swing, Clearway, Underwriters' 1 64 

Swing. Hub End 160, 161 

Swing, Marine 469 

Swing, With By-Pass 160, 1 61 

Swing, With Leather Faced Disc 160, 1 61 

Swing, With Lever and Weight , 1 63 

Swing, 125-Pound (Standard) 160, 161 

Swing, 250-Pound 1 65 

Swing, 400-Pound W.O.G 1 56 

Swing, SOO-Pound Hydraulic 1 66 

Vertical, Standard 159 

Check Valves, Malleable Iron, Swing 156 

Check Valves (General) 

Ammonia, All-Iron 482 

Butt-Welding 330, 333-336 

Crane-Seal, Brass 492 

Gasoline 53, 1 57 

Marine 464,465, 469-475 

Socket -Welding 328, 329 

Pump Service 1 57 

Solder- Joint, Brass 503, 505 

Chicago Hose Valves 71 

Unions. Malleable Iron 239 

Chiksan Ball Bearing Swing Joints 432 

Chime Whistles 437 

Chlorine, Globe and Angle Valves for 457 

Chrome-Molybdenum Alloy Cast Steel, Properties of. . 7 
Alloy Forged Steel, Properties of 8 

Chrome-Nickel-Molybdenum (18^8 Mo) Alloy Steel. 

Properties of 3 

Fittings, Flanges, and Unions 452-455 

Valves, Angle. Check, Gate, and Globe 446-449 

Valves. Bar Stock 310 

Valves, Relief 450 

Valves, Sanitary 454 

Valves, Special Types 451 

Chronometer Valves, Brass 476 

Circle Bends 602 

Circulating Boiler Fittings 187, 509 

Clamp Gate Valves, Iron Body 98, 99 

Clamps, Channel 522 

Double Strap 233 

Hose 74 

Hydrant 89 

I-Beam 522-524 

Pipe, for Pipe Hangers 519 

Riser 519 

Single Strap 233 

Water Pipe 233 

Clayton Float Valves 381 

Cleanouts, for Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves.. . . 138 

For Iron Body Wedge Disc Gate Valves 114 

Clearway Swing Check Valves. Iron Body 164 

Clevis Pipe Hangers 514 

Clip Type Pipe Hangers 514 

Clips, Bracket 525 

Closet Elbows, Drainage 21 7 

Tecs, Drainage 218 

Cock Wrenches 95, 96 

Cocks, Brass 

Bibb (Faucets) 88 

Brine 88 

Corporation 89 

Cylinder ^0 

Four-Way, Spring Loaded 9^ 

Four-Way, Standard - 91 

Gas.... 90 

Gauge 90 

Hydrant 89 

Pet 90 

Reversible 88 

Spring Loaded 94 

Three-Way, Spring Loaded 94 

Three-Way, Standard SJ 

Try 435 

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Cocks, Iron 

All-Iron 92, 93 

Asbestos Packed 95 

Essex Lock 93 

Four-Way, Spring Loaded 94 

Gas Line 93 

Heavy Duty 93 

Lock 93 

Mine, Spring Loaded 94 

Three-Way 92 

125-Pound (Standard) 92, 93 

Code For Pressure Piping 

Excerpts from (Pipe Hangers & Supports) 534 

Excerpts from (Threaded End Pipe) 634 

Pipe Calculations Based on 635-637 

Pipe Design Formula 635 

Ratings Based on 358, 359 

Coils, Pipe 618 

Columns, Water 436 

Combination Elbows, Forged Steel 252 

Pipe Vises 536 

Common Flanges, Cast Iron 290 

Companion Flanges, Bolting on 557 

Brass 264 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 453 

Crane-Seal 495 

Forged Steel 361-367 

Iron 291-295 

Monel 453 

Nickel 453 

Silicon Bronze 453 

Solder- Joint 51 

Composition Discs 178 

Compound Gauges and Recorders 438, 439 

Concentric Reducers, Butt-Welding 355 

Condensers, Atmospheric Ammonia 485 

Conversion, General 658 

Linear 658-662 

Pressure 658, 664 

Temperature 663 

Weight 658, 664 

Copper Discs for Valves 37 

Expansion Joints 424, 425 

Gaskets, Corrugated 567-570 

Pipe 498, 533 

Straps 51 1 

Tubing Bends 510 

Tubing for Crane-Seal Products 498 

Tubing for Solder- Joint Products 512 

Tubing, Expansion Due to Temperature Changes , . . 610 

Tubing, Tools and Straps for 51 1 

Corner Radiator Valves 78, 79 

Corporation Stops, Brass 89 

Corrosion-Resistant Alloy Fittings and Valves 

Alloy Cast Iron (Valves only) 456 

Chlorine (Valves only) 457 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly- (18-8 Mo) 443-455 

Monel 443-453 

Nickel 443-453 

Rubber Lined 451 

Silicon Bronze 443-453 

Sanitary 454, 455 

Corrosive Fluids, Metals Recommended for 443-445 

Corrugated Expansion Joints 425 

Gaskets for Flanged Joints 567-570 

Countersunk Plugs, Brass 259 

Plugs, Iron 228 

Couplings, A.A.R., Malleable Iron 193 

Brass, Crane-Seal 495, 496 

Brass, Hose _ 73 

Brass, Solder-Joint 508 

Brass, Standard 256, 257 

Brass, 250-Pound 260 

Cast Iron, Drainage 221 

Cast Iron, 250-Pound 212 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo), Sanitary 455 

Circulating Boiler, Malleable Iron 187 

Circulating Boiler, Solder-Joint 509 

Crane-Seal, Brass 495, 496 



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Dayton 5^:f 

Drainage ^^' 

Faced 232 

Forged Steel, Screwed, 3000-Pound W.O.G 339 

Forged Steel, Screwed, 6000-Pound W.O.G. 340 

Forged Steel, Socket-Welding 353 

Hose 73 

Malleable Iron, Circulating Boiler ""87 

Malleable Iron, Dayton ^3 

Malleable Iron, Drainage ■ 221 

Malleable Iron, Faced 232 

Malleable Iron, Standard 185 

Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 190, 193 

Monel *52 

Nickel ^52 

Pipe Hanger. . , 518 

Sanitary, Stainless Steel 455 

Silicon Bronze ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ^52 

Socket-Welding 353 

Solder- Joint 508 

Welded on 61 4 

Wood Rod 89 

Wrought Steel, Extra Heavy 229 

Wrought Steel, XX Hydraulic 229 

Wrought Steel, Car Heater 229 

Wrought Steel, Casing Thread 229 

Wrought Steel, Half 229 

Wrought Steel, for Large O.D. Pipe 229 

Wrought Steel, Standard 229 

Cover] n g , Pipe 546, 547 

Crane-Hulbert Drainage Fittings 224 

Crane Special Brass, Properties of 2 

Cranelap Flanges, Forged Steel, 150 to 2500-Lb. . . .361-367 

Joints, Available Sizes and Types 610 

Joints, Description 605-609 

Joints, Dimension^ 608 

Joints, Finishes for Faces 613 

Welding Nipples, Steel 355 

Crane-Seal Brass Valves and Fittings 489-497 

Cranetilt Steam Traps, Non-Return 418 

Steam Traps, Three-Valve Lifting 419 

Granite Composition Discs for Valves - - - . 178 

Gaskets 566-571 

Gaskets, for Ammonia 485 

Sheet Packing, Asbestos Composition 565 

Cranoil Discs for Valves 32, 178 

Crosby Gauges and Recorders 438, 439 

Relief Valves 406, 407 

Safety Valves 392 

Cross Valves 

Brass, Bolted Bonnet 35, 47 

Brass, Regrinding 34 

Brass, (Standard) 28 

Brass, 150 and 200-Pound 34, 35 

Brass, 300-Pound 47 

Ferrosteel, 173 and 250-Pound. 152> 153 

Iron Body, Composition Disc 151 

Iron Body, Yoke Bonnet, 125, 175, & 250-Pound. .150-153 

Main Injection 476 

Marine 462, 463, 469 

Crosses 

A.A.R., Malleable Iron 1 93 

Blow-Off, Cast Iron 376 

Butt-Welding, Steel , . . . 354 

Crane-Seal, Brass 494, 496 

Flanged, Brass 264 

Flanged, Cast Iron, Sprinkler 206, 274 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 280 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 288 

Flanged. Cast Steel, 150 to 2500-Pound 345-347 

Sanitary, Stainless Steel 455 

Screwed, Brass, 125-Pound .256, 257 

Screwed, Brass, 250-Pound 260 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Long Sweep 204, 205 

Screwed. Cast Iron, Sprinkler 197, 206 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 200 

Screwed. Cast Iron, 175-Pound 210, 2l1 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 250-Poijnd 21 2 

Screwed, Cast Steel 341 



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Screwed, Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (l8-8 Mo) 452, 455 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 3000-Pound W.O.G 339 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 6000-Pound W.O.G 340 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 9000-Pound W.O.G 340 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Heavy 1 92 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Hydraulic 1 94 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Refinery Oil 189 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Standard 183, 184 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 190, 193 

Screwed, Monel 452 

Screwed, Nickel 452 

Screwed, Silicon Bronze ^ 452 

Solder- Joint, Brass 507 

Sprinkler, Cast Iron, Flanged 206, 274 

Sprinkler, Cast Iron, Screwed 1 97, 206 

Crossover Bends 602 

Tees 186 

Crossovers, Screwed, Brass 256, 257 

Screwed, Malleable Iron 186 

Solder-Joint, Brass . 509 

Cu ps, Grease 440 

Cutters, Glass Tube 435 

Pipe 542 

Tubing 542 

Cylinder Cocks, Brass 90 

Operated Valves 171 



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Dayton Couplings 433 

Dead Weight Testers 438 

Deflection of Horizontal Pipe Lines 643 

Detroit Lubricators 440 

Die Stocks, Armstrong 537 

Beaver 541 

Nye 537 

Toledo 538, 539 

Discharge Valves. Overboard 476 

Disc Holders 

For Brass Check Valves, Low Pressure 53 

For Brass Check Valves, 150-Pound 56 

For Brass Check Valves, 250-Pound 59 

For Brass Check Valves, Solder- Joint 503 

For Brass Globe and Angle Valves, Low Pressure ... 27 

For Brass Globe and Angle Valves, 150-Pound 30 

For Brass Globe and Angle Valves, 250.-Pound 37 

For Brass Globe and Angle Valves, Cranoil Disc. ... 32 

For Brass Globe and Angle Valves, Solder- Joint 502 

Discs, Composition 178 

Copper 37, 1 78 

Granite '. 1 78 

Cranoil 32, 178 

Gasoline , 1 78 

Double Branch Elbows, Cast Iron, Flanged, 125-Lb 276 

Branch Elbows, Cast Iron, Flanged, 250-Pound 284 

Branch Elbows, Cast Iron, Long Sweep 204, 205 

Extra Strong Pipe 577 

Hammer Lug Unions 248 

Offset U-Bends 602, 603 

Pipe Fittings , . . . 486, 487 

Pipe Heat Exchangers 61 9 

Strap Clamps 233 

Sweep Tees, Cast Iron, Flanged, 125-Pound 278, 279 

Sweep Tees, Cast Iron, Flanged, 250-Pound 286, 287 

Sweep Tees, Cast Iron, Long Sweep 204, 205 

Tapped Bushings, Iron 226 

Thickness Cranelap Joints, 607 

Y-Branches, Drainage 218-220 

Drain Tappings on Flanged Fittings, Location of 645 

Tees, Sprinkler 209 

Drainage 

Fittings, Brass 21 5-221 

Fittings, Cast Iron 21 5-224 

Fittings, Crane-Hulbert, for Wall Closets 224 

Fittings, Malleable Iron 215-221 

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Drill Pipe Threads, A.P.I 595 

Drilling Templates 

150-Pound Brass 55O 

250-Pound Brass ' * " 550 

300-Pound Brass 550 

25-Pound Cast Iron 551 

125-Pound Cast Iron 551 

250-Pound Cast Iron 552 

800-Pound Hydraulic Cast Iron 552 

.150-Pound Steel 553 

300-Pound Steel , 553 

400-Pound Steel 554 

600-Pound Steel 554 

900-Pound Steel 554 

1500-Pound Steel 555 

2500-Pound Steel 555 

Dri p Pan Elbows, Cast Iron 391 

Pockets, Cast Iron 421 

Tees, Sprinkler 209 

Drive Pipe Threads 595 

Drop Elbows, Brass 256, 257 

Elbows, Malleable Iron 186 

Elbows, Solder-Joint 509 

Tees, Brass 256, 257 

Tees, Malleable Iron 186 

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Eccentric Bushings, Iron 226 

Flanges, Cast Iron 293, 295 

Reducers, Butt- Welding, Steel 355 

Reducers, Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 277 

Reducers, Flanged, Cast Iron, 25a-Pound 285 

Reducers, Flanged, Cast Steel, ISO to 1500-Pound, . 345 

Reducers, Screwed, Cast Iron 201 

Tees, Cast Iron» Screwed 198 

Ejectors 441 , 442 

Elasticity Modulus of Pipe 641 

Elbows 

A.A.R 193 

Ammonia . 1 90, 483 

Butt- Welding, Steel 354 

Circulating Boiler Type 187, 509 

Combination 252 

Crane-Seal, Brass, 150 and 300-Pound 494, 496 

Drip Pan, for Safety Valves 391 

Flanged, Brass 264 

Flanged, Cast Iron, Sprinkler 206-209, 274 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 276, 277 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 284, 285 

Flanged, Cast Steel, 150 to 2500-Pound 345-349 

Flanged, Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 453 

Flanged, Monel 453 

Flanged, Nickel 453 

Flanged, Silicon Bronze 453 

Pressure Drop in , - ■ . 629 

Screwed, Brass, 125-Pound 256, 257 

Screwed, Brass, 250-Pound 260 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Drainage 216, 217 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Long Sweep 204 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Sprinkler 197, 206-209 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 125-Pound (Standard) 198 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 175-Pound 210, 211 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 212, 213 

Screwed, Cast Steel 341 

Screwed, Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452, 455 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 2000 to 9000-Pound W.O.G. 338-340 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, A.A.R 193 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Heavy 192 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Hydraulic 194- 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Refinery Oil . ." 189 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Standard 181, 186 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 190, 191, 193 

Screwed, Monel 452 

Screwed, Nickel ^^~ 

Screwed, Silicon Bronze 452 



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Socket- Welding, Forged Steel 353 

Solder- Joint, Brass 507, 509, 51 1 

Sprinkler, Cast Iron 197, 206-209, 274 

Stainless Steel Sanitary 455 

Union, A.A.R 243, 244 

Union, Crane-Seal 497 

Union, Radiator, Screwed 78 

Union, Screwed, Brass 262 

Union. Screwed, Malleable Iron, 150-Pound. . . . .238, 239 

Union, Screwed, Malleable Iron, 200-Pound 241 

Union, Screwed, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound. . . . .243, 244 

Union, Solder- Joint 505, 509 

Electric Motor Operated Valves 1 72, 1 73 

Enclosure Railing Fittings, Malleable Iron 271 

Engineering Data 621-667 

Essex Lock Cocks 93 

Exelloy, Properties of 3 

Exelloy Globe and Angle Valves, Bar Stock 310 

Exhaust Heads, Cast Iron 424 

Relief Valves, Iron Body 378, 379 

Expansion 

Of Copper Tubing 51 

Of Liquids, Increase in Pressure Due to 11 

Of Pipe, Due to Temperature Changes 426 

Of Pipe, Thermal 641 

Expansion Hook Plates 532 

Joints, Brass 426 

Joints, Copper 424, 425 

Joints, Iron Body 427, 428 

Joints, Rubber 425 

Joints, Steel Body 428 

U-Bcnds, Copper Tubing 510 

U-Bends, Standard Types 602, 603 

Valves, Ammonia 482 

Extension Bars, Perforated 519 

Eye Bolts, for Pipe Hangers 523 

Pieces, Brass 256, 257 

Pieces, Malleable Iron 1 86 

Pipe or Riser Clamps 51 9 

Stems for Valves 1 69 

Extra Heavy Wrought Couplings 229 

Strong Pipe 576 

Eye Bolts, Extension, for Pipe Hangers; , 523 



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Fabricated Piping 597-619 

Face Bushings, Brass 259 

Bushings, Iron 226 

Bushings, Steel 227 

Faced Couplings, Malleable and Wrought Iron 232 

Locknuts, Malleable and Wrought Iron 232 

Facings, Male. Female, T. and G., Dimensions ... 560, 561 

Ring Joint, Dimensions 562, 563 

Faci ngs and Finishes for Flanges, Description 61 2, 61 3 

Fahrenheit-Centigrade Temperature Conversion 663 

Faucets, Ground Key, Brass 88 

Female and Male Facings for Flanged Products. . , . 560, 561 

Ferrosteel , Properties of 4 

Ferrosteel. Double Pipe Fittings 486, 487 

Flange Unions 252 

Flanged Fittings 273-288 

Flanged Fittings for Ammonia 483 

Flanges 292-295 

Steam Separators 420, 421 

• Steam Traps 41 5-41 7 

Valves, Ammonia .• 480-482 

Valves, Angle 152, 153 

Valves, Blow-Off 376 

Valves, Check 165, 166 

Valves, Cross 152, 153 

Valves, Foot 163 

Valves, Gate, Double Disc 130-137 

Valves, Gate, Wedge Disc .107-113 

Valves, Globe 152, 153 

Valves, Stop-Check 372 





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Filler Pieces 281 

Finishes and Facings for Flanges 612, 613 

Fire Hose, Underwriters' 73 

Side Fusible Plugs 437 

Fittings 

A.AR 193 

Air Tested, Standard, Malleable Iron. 188 

Ammonia 483, 487 

Brazing, Crane-Seal 494-497 

Butt-Welding, Steel 354-356 

Casing Thread, Cast Iron, Standard 203 

Casing Thread, Cast Steel 341 

Casing Thread, Malleable Iron, Heavy 192 

Casing Thread, Malleable Iron, Refinery Oil 189 

Casing Thread, Threading 596 

Circulating Boiler 187, 509 

Double Pipe 486, 487 

Corrosion-Resistant Alloy 452-455 

Crane-Seal, Brass 494-497 

Drainage, Brass, Screwed 215 

Drainage, Cast Iron 215-224 

Drainage, Malleable Iron 215, 221 

Drainage, Solder- Joint, Brass 511 

Flanged, Ammonia 483 

Flanged, Brass 264 

Flanged, Cast Iron and Ferrosteel 273-288 

Flanged, Cast Steel 343-350 

Flanged, Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 453 

572 
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Flanged, Galvanizing 

Flanged, Monel 

Flanged, Nickel 

Flanged, Silicon Bronze 

Flanged, Sprinkler 206-209, 

Hose 

Long Sweep, Cast Iron, Screwed 204, 

Marine, Brass and Iron 461 

Marine, Steel 471-473 

Railing 265-272 

Reducing, How to Read 644 

Sanitary, Stainless Steel , 454, 455 

Screwed , A.A.R 1 93 

Screwed, Ammonia 1 90 

Screwed, Brass 255-263, 267 

Screwed, Cast Iron 195-213, 226, 228 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Drainage 215-224 

Screwed, Cast Steel 341 

Screwed, Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452, 455 

Screwed, Forged Steel ,338-340 

Screwed, Malleable Iron 179-194, 226, 268-272 

Screwed, Monel 452 

Screwed, Nickel 452 

Screwed. Silicon Bronze 452 

Socket-Welding, Forged Steel 351-353 

Solder- Joint, Brass 506-51 1 

Sprinkler, Cast Iron 197, 206-209, 274 

Stainless Steel Sanitary ,......- 454, 455 

Union, A.A.R 243, 244 

Union, Brass 78, 262 

Union, Cast Iron (Return Bends) 202 

Union, Crane-Seal 497 

Union, Malleable Iron 238, 239, 241, 243, 244 

Union, Solder-Joint 505, 509 

Vacuum , 21 5 

Welding, Butt- Welding 354-356 

Welding, Socket- Welding 351 -353 

Flange Facings and Finishes, Description 612, 613 

Facings, Male, Female, T.,&G., Dimensions 560, 561 

Facings, Ring Joint, Dimensions 562, 563 

Protectors for Valves and Fittings 557 

Flange Unions 

All-Iron, Ground Joint 251 

Ammonia, Boyle 484 

Ammonia, Tongue and Groove 252 

Brass, 125-Pound, Gasket Type 263 

Brass, 250-Pound, Gasket or Ground Joint Type. . . . 263 

Cast Iron, "Navy" Pattern 249 

Cast Iron, 125-Pound, Gasket Type 249 

Cast Iron, 250-Pound, Gasket or Ground Joint Type. 249 

Cast Iron, 5 -Bolt, Oil Country Pattern 249 

Ferrosteel, Tongue and Groove 252 



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Forged Steel, Tongue and Groove 252 

Forged Steel, 2000-Pound, Ground Joint 253 

Forged Steel, 6000-Pound, Ground Joint 253 

Forged Steel, 9000-Pound, Ground Joint 253 

Malleable Iron, Standard, Gasket Type 250 

Malleable Iron, Standard, Ground Joint 251 

Malleable Iron, Three-Part, Ground Joint 251 

Malleable Iron, Tongue and Groove 252 

Malleable Iron, 400-Pound W.O.G., Gasket Type ... 250 

"Navy" Pattern 249 

Oil Country Pattern, 5-Bolt 249 

Flanged Fittings 

Ammonia 483 

Brass 264 

Cast Iron, 25-Pound 274 

Cast Iron, 125-Pound 273-280 

Cast Iron, 250-Pound 282-288 

Cast Steel, 150 to 4000-Pound 343-350 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 453 

Drain Tappings for 645 

Ferrosteel 273-288 

Galvanizing 572 

Marine 461 , 471 -473 

Monel 453 

Nickel 453 

Silicon Bronze 453 

Sprinkler 206-209, 274 

Flanged Joints 

Assembly and Maintenance 624 

Cranelap 605-610, 613 

Facings for 560-563, 61 2, 61 3 

Ring, Dimensions 562, 563 

Ring, Facings and Finishes 61 3 

Ring, List Prices of Rings 564 

Screwed 60S 

Welded 605-609 

Flanges 

Ammonia , 484 

Blind, Cast Iron 291 , 292, 294 

Blind, Corrosion-Resistant 453 

Blind, Forged Steel 363-367 

Blind, Forged Steel, for Ammonia 484 

Brass, Floor 267 

Brass, 150 and 300-Pound 264 

Cast Iron, Common 290 

Cast Iron, Floor 290 

Cast Iron, 25 to 250-Pound 291 -295 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 453 

Common, Cast Iron 290 

Companion, Bolting-On 557 

Cranelap, Forged Steel 361-367 

Crane-Seal 495 

Ferrosteel 292-295 

Floor, Brass ,,..-.. 267 

Floor, Cast Iron 290 

Floor. Malleable Iron .268, 270, 290 

Forged Steel, Ammonia 484 

Forged Steel, 150 to 2500-Pound 361 -367 

Forged Steel, 4000-Pound 350 

Galvanizing 572- 

Hanger, for Pipe , 520 

Malleable Iron. Ammonia 484 

Malleable Iron, Floor 268, 270, 290 

Malleable Iron, 125-Pound 292 

Marine 470-473 

Monel 453 

Nickel _ 453 

Screwed, Ammonia , 434 

Screwed, Brass 264 

Screwed, Cast Iron 291 -295 

Screwed, Corrosion-Resistant 453 

Screwed, Ferrosteel 292-295 

Screwed, Forged Steel 361-367, 484 

Screwed, Malleable Iron 292 484 

Silicon Bronze 453 

Slip-On Welding, Forged Steel 1 '. . 361 -367 

Solder- Joint ^^q 

Wall, Malleable Iron 271 

Welding Neck, Forged Steel ! .... 361 -367 



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Flexible Ball, Swivel, and Revolving Joints 431 

Float Valves 380, 381 

Floor and Ceiling Plates 532 

Flanges, Brass 267 

Flanges, Cast Iron 290 

Flanges, Malleable Iron, Angle 270 

Flanges, Malleable Iron, Ball 268 

Flanges, Malleable Iron, Round 290 

Stands 168, 169 

Flue Brushes and Scrapers 545 

Fluid Flow, Valve and Fitting Resistance to 630, 631 

Pressure Drop in Elbows and Bends 629 

Pressures for Pipe, Internal 589 

Fluxes, Soldering 511 

Foot Valves 

Brass, Names of Parts 52 

Brass, Gasoline 53 

Brass, Standard 54 

Iron Body, Brass Disc 1 62 

Iron Body, High Pressure 1 63 

Iron Body, Leather Disc 162 

Iron Body, Multiple Rubber Disc 1 63 

Forged Carbon -Molybdenum Steel, Properties of 8 

Carbon Steelp Properties of 8 

Chrome-Molybdenum Steel, Properties of 8 

Nickel Steel, Properties of 8 

Nickel-Chrome Steel, Properties of 8 

Forged Steel A.A.R. Unions 244 

Combination Elbows 252 

Fittings, Screwed 33S-340 

Fittings, Socket-Welding 351 -353 

Flanges, for Ammonia 484 

Flanges, 150 to 2500-Pound 361-367 

Hammer Lug Unions 248 

Unions 244, 247, 248 

Valves, Angle 310, 312^319 

Valves, Check \ .,. 328-331 

Valves, Gate 300 

Valves, Globe 310, 312-319 

Valves, Relief 407 

Four-Way Cocks, Brass 91 , 94 

Cocks, Iron 94 

Tees, Brass 256, 257 

Tees, Malleable Iron 183 

Friction of Fluids in Valves and Fittings 630, 631 

Fusible Plugs 437 



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Garden Hose 73 

Hose Valves 71 

Gas Line Cocks, Iron 93 

Stops, Brass 90 

Valves, Gate, 500-Pound 134, 135 

Gaskets 

All Types, 150 and 300-Pound Brass 567 

All Types, 25-Pound Cast Iron 566 

All Types, 125-Pound Cast Iron 566 

All Types, 175-Pound Cast Iron 567 

All Types, 25D-Pound Cast Iron 567 

AH Types, 800-Pound Hydraulic Cast Iron 570 

All Types, 150-Pound Steel 564, 568 

All Types, 300-Pound Steel 564, 568 

All Types, 400-Pound Steel 564, 569 

All Types, 600-Pound Steel 564, 569 

All Types, 900-Pound Steel 564, 569 

All Types, 1500-Pound Steel 564, 569 

Ammonia . , . , 485 

For Large Tongue and Groove Joints 570 

Rings for Ring Joints 564 

Gasoline Check Valves, Brass 53 

Check Valves, Iron Body 1 57 

Discs ■ 1 78 

Foot Valves, Brass 53 

Gate Valves, All-Iron 

Double Disc 122-125, 128-133 

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Gate Valves, Brass 

Crane-Seal 492 

Double Disc, 125-Pound 16, 17 

Double Wedge Disc, 125-Pound 17 

Hose 70,467 

Marine 466, 467 

Names of Parts .,,,,. ,...,, 14 

Quick Opening 68 

Radiator 80 

Solder- Joint 504, 505 

Solid Wedge Disc, 125-Pound 17 

Underwriters', Cam Action 68 

Underwriters', Hose 70 

Underwriters', 200-Pound 21 

Wedge Disc, Non-Rising Stem, 100-Pound 15 

Wedge Disc, Non-Rising Stem, 125-Pound 16 

Wedge Disc, Non-Rising Stem, 150-Pound 19 

Wedge Disc, Non-Rising Stem, 200-Pound 21 

Wedge Disc, Non-Rising Stem, 300-Pound 22 

Wedge Disc. Non-Rising Stem, 350-Pound 24 

Wedge Disc, Outside Screw and Yoke, 200-Pound. . . 21 

Wedge Disc, Rising Stem, 125-Pound 17 

Wedge Disc, Rising Stem, 1 50-Pound 1 9, 20 

Wedge Disc, Rising Stem, 200-Pound 20 

Wedge Disc, Rising Stem. 300-Pound 23 

With Special Wheels and Finishes 16 

Gate Valves, Cast Steel 

By-Passes for 306 

Gearing for 307 

Marine 471-473, 475 

Welded Bonnet 308 

150-Pound 302-305 

300-Pound 302-305 

400-Pound 302-305 

600-Pound (Large Sizes) 302-305 

600-Pound (New Small Sizes) 298, 299 

900-Pound 302-305 

1500-Pound 302-305 

2500-Pound 307 

4000-Pound 350 

Gate Valves, Corrosion-Resistant Alloy 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 448, 451 

Monel 448, 451 

Nickel 448, 451 

Silicon Bronze 448, 451 

Gate Valves, Ferrosteel 

Double Disc, 400-Pound W.O.G...,. 130, 131 

Double Disc, 500-Pound W.O.G 132, 133 

Double Disc. 500-Pound Gas 1 34, 1 35 

Double Disc. 800-Pound W.O.G 136, 137 

Names of Parts 107, 120 

Wedge Disc, 175-Pound 108, 109 

Wedge Disc, 250-Pound .110, 111 

Wedge Disc, 800-Pound Hydraulic 112, 113 

Gate Valves, Forged Steel 

600 and 900-Pound 300 

Gate Valves, Iron Body 

A.W.W.A., Double Disc 1 26. 1 27 

Accessories for Double Disc Type 138, 139 

Accessories for Wedge Disc Type 114, 115 

Clamp 98, 99 

Double Disc, Accessories (By-Passes. Etc.) 138, 139 

Double Disc, All-Iron 122-125, 128-133 

Double Disc, Brass Trimmed 122-137 

Double Disc, Water Works 1 26, 1 27 

Double Disc, 25-Pound (Low Pressure) 122, 123 

Double Disc. 100-Pound W.O.G. (Light Standard) 1 24, 1 25 

Double Disc, 200-Pound (A.W.W.A.) 126, 127 

Double Disc, 200-Pound W.O.G. (Standard) 1 28, 1 29 

Double Disc, 400-Pound W.O.G 1 30, 1 31 

Double Disc, 500-Pound W.O.G 132, 133 

Double Disc, 500-Pound Gas 134, 135 

Double Disc, 800-Pound W.O.G 136, 137 

Marine 468 

Names of Parts, Double Disc 1 20 

Names of Parts, Wedge Disc 101, 107 

Process Industry 456 

Quick Opening 99, 104 

Split- Wedge Disc, Standard 105 

Underwriters' 1 04 



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Gate Valves, Iron Body (Cont.) 

Wedge Disc. Accessories (By-Passes, Etc.) 114, 115 

Wedge Disc, All-Iron 98-111 

Wedge Disc, Alloy Trimmed (18-8 Mo) 456 

Wedge Disc, Brass Trimmed 98-113 

Wedge Disc, Clamp 98, 99 

Wedge Disc, Exelloy Trimmed 456 

Wedge Disc, Marine 468 

Wedge Disc, Process Industry 456 

Wedge Disc, Quick Opening 99, 104 

Wedge Disc, Underwriters' ■ 104 

Wedge Disc, 25-Pound (Low Pressure) 100 

Wedge Disc, 125-Pound (Standard) 100A,B,C,D, 101-106 

Wedge Disc, 125-Pound, Clamp Gate 98, 99 

Wedge Disc, 175-Pound 108. 109 

Wedge Disc, 250-Pound 110, 111 

Wedge Disc, 800-Pound Hydraulic 112, 113 

Gate Valves (General) 

A.W.W.A., Iron Body 126, 127 

Butt-Welding 300, 302-307 

Clamp, Iron Body 98, 99 

Crane-Seal, Brass 492 

Cylinder Operated 171 

Gas. SOO-Pound 134, 135 

Hose. Brass 70, 467 

Marine 466-468, 470-473, 475 

Motor Operated 1 72, 1 73 

Process Industry, Alloy Cast Iron Body 456 

Radiator 80 

Solder-Joint, Brass 504, 505 

Socket-Welding 298, 299 

Underwriters', Brass 21 , 68, 70 

Underwriters', Iron Body 104 

Gauge Accessories ...,.,,, 435, 438, 439 

Cocks 90 

Glass Guards 435 

Glass Tube Cutters 435 

Glasses, "Pyrex" 435 

Gauges. Altitude 438, 439 

Ammonia 439 

Compound . 438, 439 

Liquid, for Ammonia 483 

Liquid Level, for Corrosive Services 450 

Pressure 438, 439 

Siphons for 435 

Vacuum 433, 439 

Water 434 

Gear Covers, For Cast Steel Wedge Gate Valves 307 

For Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves. .......... 139 

For Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 115 

Gearing, for Cast Steel Angle Valves. 326 

For Cast Steel Gate Valves 307 

For Cast Steel Globe Valves 326 

For Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 139 

For Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 115 

Genspring Pipe Hangers 533 

Glass Tube Cutters 435 

Globe Valves, All-Iron 

Ammonia 481 , 482 

Union Bonnet 144, 145 

Yoke Bonnet 150 

Globe Valves, Brass 

A.A.R., Inside Screw 42, 43 

A.A.R., Outside Screw and Yoke 44, 45 

Bolted Bonnet. 150 and 200-Pound. 35 

Bolted Bonnet, 300-Pound 47 

Bolted Bonnet, 2500-Pound Hydraulic 50 

Composition Disc, for Air Lines 33 

Composition Disc, Low Pressure 27 

Composition Disc. 150-Pound 30 

Comfxjsition Disc, 250-Pound 37 

Copper Disc, 250-Pound 37 

Crane-Seal 493 

Cranoil Disc, for Light Oils and Gases 32 

Lock Shield, Low Pressure 27 

Lock Shield, Radiator 78, 81 , 82 

Marine 462, 463, 467 

Names of Parts 26 

Needle Point 29 

Outside Screw and Yoke 44-47 



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Plug Type Disc. 150-Pound 31 

Plug Type Disc, 250-Pound 36 

Plug Type Disc. SOO-Pound 40-47 

Plug Type Disc, 350-Pound 48 

Plug Type Disc, 2000-Pound Hydraulic 49 

Plug Type Disc, 2500-Pound Hydraulic 50 

Quick Opening, for Air Lines 33 

Quick Opening, Self Closing, 125-Pound 66, 67 

Quick Opening, Self Closing. 200-Pound 66 

Radiator 78, 81 

Regrinding, 200-Pound 34 

Regrinding, 300-Pound 38, 39 

Solder-Joint 502, 505 

Union End, 300-Pound A.A.R., Inside Screw 43 

Union End. 300-Pound A.A.R.. O.S. Sg Y 45 

Union End, SOO-Pound Plug Type Disc 41 

Union End, SOO-Pound Regrinding 39 

Whistle Type 67 

With Special Wheels and Finishes 27, 28 

100-Pound (Low Pressure) 27 

125-Pound (Standard) 28 

150-Pound 30, 31, 34, 35 

200-Pound 34, 35 

250-Pound 3€, 37 

aOO^Pound 38-47 

350-Pound 48 

IQOO-Pound Hydraulic 48 

2000-Pound Hydraulic 49 

2500-Pound Hydraulic 50 

Globe Valves, Cast Steel 

Gearing for 326 

Marine .^ 471-473 

Stop-Check, 300-Pound 373 

Stop-Check, 400-Pound and Higher 374 

Union End 31 1 

150-Pound 322-325 

300-Pound 322-325 

400-Pound 322-325 

600-Pound 31 1 . 322-325 

900-Pound 322-325 

1500-Pound 322-325 

2500-Pound 326 

4000-Pound 350 

Globe Valves, Corrosion-Resistant Alloy 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 446, 447 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo), Bar Stock 310 

Exelloy (Bar Stock) 310 

Monel 446, 447 

Nickel 446, 447 

Silicon Bronze 446, 447 

Globe Valves, Ferrosteel 

Ammonia 481, 482 

Yoke Bonnet, 175 and 250-Pound 152, 153 

Globe Valves, Forged Steel 

Bar Stock 31 

Chlorine Service 457 

Marine 474 

600-Pound 312-317 

900-Pound 316, 317 

1 SOO-Pound 31 8 

6000-Pound Hydraulic 31 9 

Globe Valves, Iron Body 

All-Iron, Union Bonnet 144, 145 

All-Iron, Yoke Bonnet 150 

Brass Mounted, 125-Pound 148 

Composition Disc, Union Bonnet, 1 50-Pound 1 45 

Composition Disc, Yoke Bonnet, 125-Pound 151 

Marine 469 

Names of Parts 1 49 

Plug Type Disc. 146, 147 

Union Bonnet 144-147 

Yoke Bonnet 150-153 

125-Pound (Standard) 148-151 

150-Pound 144-146 

175-Pound 152 

250-Pound 153 

400-Pound W.O.G 147 

Glebe Valves, Malleable Iron 

400-Pound W.O.G 147 



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Air Line, Brass 33 

Ammonia, All-Iron 481 , 482 

Butt-Welding 316, 317, 322-326 

Crane-Seal, Brass 493 

Cylinder Operated 1 71 

Marine. 462, 463, 469-474 

Motor Operated , 172, 173 

Overboard Discharge 476 

Quick Opening, Brass 33, 66, 67 

Radiator 78, 81 

Socket-Welding 314, 315 

Solder- Joint, Brass 502, 505 

Stop-Check Pattern 372-374 

Tank Float 380, 381 

Goose Neck Pipe Bends 232 

Government Pattern Radiator Valves 81 

Unions, Brass 262 

Grease Cases for Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves - . . 1 39 

Cases for Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 115 

Cups 440 

Ground Joint Flange Unions 249, 251, 253 

Union Fittings, Brass 78, 262, 497, 509 

Union Fittings, Malleable Iron 238, 241 , 243, 244 

Unions, Brass 262, 263, 497, 509 

Unions, Corrosion-Resistant Alloy 452 

Unions, Forged Steel 244, 247, 243 

Unions, Malleable Iron 238-240, 242, 244, 246 

Guards for Water Gauges 435 



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Half Couplings, Wrought Steel .....'...... 229 

S Traps, Drainage 221 

Ham mer Blow Chain Wheels 176 

Lug Unions 248 

Handles, for Hydrants 89 

For Valves 1 75 

Size of Hole 1 75 

Hanger Flanges 520 

Rod Couplings 518 

Rods 521 

Hangers, Pipe 514-518, 533 

Pipe, Accessories 518-523 

Hard Metal, Properties of 2 

Headers, Cast 281 

Welded 616, 617 

Heat, Exchangers, Fittings for 486, 487 

Exchangers, Welded 61 9 

Heating Water with Steam Coils 632, 633 

Heavy Malleable Iron Fittings 1 92 

Hexagon Bushings, Brass 259 

Bushings, Iron 226 

Bushings, Steel 227 

Head Plugs, Steel 228 

Nipples, Malleable Iron 186 

High Temperature Pipe Thread Lubricant 548 

Tensile Cast Iron, Properties of 4 

Hitching Post Caps, Malleable Iron ^ 272 

Hoffman Venting Valves, Traps, and Pumps 83-85 

Hook Plates 532 

Hooks, Chandelier 1°° 

Pipe Hanger (U-Type) |18 

Single - Ill 

Horizontal Pipe Lines, Deflection of -_ ■ 643 

Steam and Oil Separators 420, 421 

Horizontal Check Valves 

Brass, Ball Disc |o 

Brass, 100-Pound (Low Pressure) 5J 

Brass, 125-Pound (Standard) ■ 54 

Brass, 150-Pound ■ I7 It 

Brass, 200-Pound ' tt 

Brass, 250-Pound en fii 

Brass, 300-Pound ci 

Brass, 350-Pound •-ir'^",- co 

Brass, 1000, 2000, and 2500-Pound Hydraulic bJ 



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Horizontal Check Valves (Cont.) 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (I8-8 Mo) 449 

Composition Disc, Brass 53, 56, 59 

Composition Disc, Iron Body 156 

Crane-Seal, Brass 492 

Forged Steel, 500-Pound 328-330 

Forged Steel, 900-Pound 330 

Forged Steel, 6000 -Pound Hydraulic 331 

Iron Body, Standard 1 59 

Iron Body, Union Cap 1 56, 1 57 

Marine 464, 465, 469-475 

Monel 449 

Nickel 449 

Silicon Bronze 449 

Solder- Joint, Brass 503 

Solder-Joint, Brass, with Adaptors 505 

Hose 73 

Hose Clamps 74 

Couplings 73 

Fittings 75 

Nozzles 74 

Pipes 74 

Threads 72 

Valves, Angle, 250-Pound 71 

Valves. Cab 39, 41 

Valves, Chicago 71 

Valves, Garden 71 

Valves, Gate, Standard 70 

Valves, Gate, Underwriters' 70 

Valves, Marine 467 

Hot Water Radiator Valves 78, 79 

Hub End Valves 

Gate. A.W.W.A 126, 127 

Gate, Iron Body, Double Disc 122-125 

Gate, Iron Body, Wedge Disc 102-104 

Gate, Underwriters' 104 

Gate, Wrenches for Top Nuts 177 

Swing Check, Iron Body, Standard 160, 161 

Swing Check, Iron Body, Underwriters' 164 

Hydrant Clamps 89 

Handles 89 

Stops, Brass 89 

Hydraulic Couplings, Wrought 229 

Cylinder Operated Valves 171 

Fittings, Malleable Iron 194 

Pipe, Wrought Steel 577 



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I -Beam Clamps for Pipe Hangers 522-524 

Inch-Millimeter Conversion 659-662 

I ncreasers, Drainage 221 

Indicator Floor Stands 168 

Posts, Standard and Underwriters' 170 

Indicators for Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 114, 115 

For Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 139 

I n jectors 441 

Inserted Joint Casing 582 

I nsulatjng and Finishing Cements 547 

Materials, Anti-Sweat 546 

Materials, Asbestocel Pre-Shrunk 546 

Materials. Asbestos-Sponge Felted 546 

Materials, Asbestos Paper 547 

Materials, Asbestos Sheet Millboard 547 

Materials^ Cements 547 

Materials, 85% Magnesia 546 

Materials, Wool Felt Fre-Shrunk 546 

Materials, Zero 546 

Inverted Open Float Steam Traps .415-417 

I ron Bushings 226 

Cocks 92-95 

Cocks, Asbestos Packed 95 

Cocks, Spring Loaded 94 

Gaskets, Corrugated, Soft 567-570 

Plugs 228 

Iron Body Expansion Joints 427, 428 

Swing Joints 430 

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Iron Body Valves 

Ammonia 480-482 

Angle 143-153 

Back Pressure 378, 379 

Butterfly 148 

Blow-Off 376 

Check 155-166 

Cross 149-153 

Exhaust Relief 378, 379 

Float 380, 381 

Foot 1 62, 1 63 

Gate, Double Disc 1 1 9-1 41 

Gate. Wedge Disc 97-117 

Globe 143-153 

Marine 468, 469 

Pop Safety 389, 390, 392 

Pulp Stock 375 

Relief 401, 402, 404, 406 

Safety 389, 390, 392, 393 

StopXheck 372 

Throttle 148 



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Jet Pumps, Steam 441 , 442 

Joints 

Cranelap 605-610, 613 

Expansion 424-428 

Flanged, Description of 605-610 

Flanged, Facings for 560-563 

Flanged, Sizes and Types Available 610 

Flexible Ball 431 

Revolving 431 

Ring, Description 607, 608, 613 

Ring, Dimensions 562, 563 

Silbrajz, Description 489-491 

Solder-, Description 499-501 

Swing 430. 432 

Swivel 431 

Threaded, Normal Engagement for 591 

Threaded Pipe 592 

Welded 605-609 



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Keys, Lock -Shield Valve 177 

Street Washer 89 

Kilogram-Pound Conversion 664 

Klipfel Back Pressure Valves 379 

Pressure Reducing Valves 412, 413 

Tank Float and Lever Valves 380 

Thermostats 41l 4 



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Large O.D. Pipe, Wrought Steel 579 

Laterals, Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 280 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 288 

Flanged, Cast Steel, 150 to 2500-Pound 345-349 

Lead Gaskets 485, 571 

Lever and Chain Try Cocks 435 

Lever and Weight Reducing Valves .412, 413 

Safety Valves , 393 

Swing Check Valves, Cast Steel 33g 

Swing Check Valves, Iron Body 163 

Levers for Valves •]75 

Lifting Steam Traps, Cranetilt Three- Valve 419 

Line Pipe, A.P.I ' S80 

Linear Conversion 659-662 

Li nen Hose, Unlined 73 



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Liquid Gauges, Ammonia 483 

Gauges, Brass 434 

Gauges, Corrosion-Resistant Alloy 450 

Loafer Rails, Cast Iron 272 

Lock Cocks, Essex Pattern 93 

Cocks, Gas Line 93 

Nuts, Brass 256, 257 

Nuts, Cast Iron 201 

Nuts, Faced, Malleable Iron 232 

Nuts, Hexagonal, Malleable Iron 185 

Stops, Gas Service 90 

Lock Shield Angle Valves 27 

Gate Valves 16 

Globe Valves 27 

Keys 177 

Radiator Valves 78-82 

Lockup Caps for Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves. . 138 
Caps for Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 114 

Long Screws 232 

Long Radius Elbows, Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Lb. . .276, 277 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 284, 285 

Flanged, Cast Steel, 150 and 300-Pound 345, 346 

Stainless Steel, Sanitary 455 

Long Sweep Elbows, Malleable Iron, Hydraulic 194 

Fittings, Screwed, Cast Iron 204, 205 

Lubricants, Pipe Thread 548 

Lubricators ..,,., 440 



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Machine Bolts, List Prices 556, 557 

Properties of 9, 622 

Torque to Produce Stress and Resulting Load 623 

Magnesia (85%) Insulations 546, 547 

Main Injection Valves 476 

Maintenance and Assembly of Flanged Joints 624 

Male and Female Facings for Flanged Material 560, 561 

Malleable Iron, Properties of 4 

Malleable Iron A.A-R, Fittings and Unions, . 193, 242-244 

Ammonia Fittings 190, 483 

Bushings 226 

Drainage Fittings 215-221 

Fittings, Banded and Plain 179-194 

Flange Unions 250-252 

Flanges 292 

Flanges, Floor 290 

Flanges, Tongue and Groove 484 

Railing Fittings 268-272, 290 

Swing Joints 432 

Unions and Union Fittings 235-246 

Valves, Angle 147 

Valves, Check 1 55 

Valves, Globe , 147 

Manganese Bronze, Properties of 2 

Manjfold Valves 476 

Marine, Fittings, Brass 461 

Fittings, Cast Steel, Flanged 471 -473 

Fittings, Cast Iron 461 

Fittings, Malleable Iron 461 

Flanges, Forged Steel 470-473 

Fusible Plugs 437 

Pipe Hangers, Genspring 533 

Ratings for Steel Products, Adjusted 470 

Requirements and Specifications 460, 461 

Marine Valves, Brass 

Angle 462, 463 

Check 464^ 455 

Chronometer 475 

<^^<^ss ".\\" .".462, 463 

Gate 466, 467 

Globe 462,463 

Hose 467 

Radiator, Globe and Angle 81, 467 

^^Ji^f 397, '477, 478 

Safety 335, 392, 477 

Screw-Down Check 462 463 

Swing Check ;;;;'; ;464; 465 



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Marine Valves, Cast Steel 

Adjusted Pressure Ratings 47Q 

Angle 471 -473 

Gate 471 -473, 475 

Globe 471 -473 

Main Injection 476 

Safety 392, 477 

Swing Check 471 -473, 475 

Marine Valves, Forged Steel 

Angle 474 

Check _ 475 

Globe 474 

Marine Valves, Iron Body 

Angle 469 

Back Pressure 379 

Gate 468 

Globe 469 

Main Injection 476 

Overboard Discharge 476 

Relief 478 

Swing Check 469 

Marine Valves (General) 

Bar Stock (18-8 Mo). Globe and Angle 474 

Cargo Oil Wedge Gate 468 

Chronometer 476 

Hose 467 

Main Injection 476 

Manifold 476 

Overboard Discharge 476 

Radiator 81, 467 

Markings of Crane Products 10 

Marshalltown Gauges 439 

Merchant Casing 581 

Metallic Gaskets, Corrugated .567-570 

Metals Used in Crane Valves and Fittings 1-9 

Metric System, Conversion Tables and Chart 658-664 

Mill Hose 73 

Millimeter-Inch Conversion 659-G62 

Mine Cocks, Iron, Spring Loaded 94 

Mitre Welds 614 

Modulus of Elasticity of Pipe 641 

Monel Metal, Properties of 3 

Fittings 452, 453 

Flanges and Unions 452, 453 

Valves, Angle, Check, Gate, and Globe 443-449 

Valves, Special Type 450, 451 

Monkey Wrenches 544 

Motor Operated Valves^ Air^ Gas, and Electric 172, 173 

Mueller Water Pressure Regulators 414 

Multiple Disc Foot Valves* Iron 163 



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Navy Pattern Flange Unions, Cast Iron 249 

Valves, Angle, Globe, and Cross . . , , 34 

Valves, Check 57 

Needle Point Air Valves, Brass 29 

Globe and Angle Valves, Bar Stock 310 

Globe and Angle Valves, Brass 29 

Nickel, Properties of 3 

Nickel Alloy, Properties of 2 

Alloy Cast Steel, Properties of 7 

Alloy Forged Steel, Properties of 8 

Chrome Alloy Cast Steel, Properties of 7 

Chrome Alloy Forged Steel, Properties of 8 

Fittings 452, 453 

Flanges 453 

Unions 452 

Valves 443-451 

Nipples, Brass 258 

Butt-Welding, Steel 355, 356 

Hexagon, Malleable Iron 186 

Hose 75 

Seamless Steel 230, 231 

Solder- Joint 508 

Stainless Steel, Sanitary 455 

Wrought Steel 230, 231 



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Ni-Resist Cast Iron, Properties of 4 

Non-Return Steam Traps, Cranetilt 418 

Valves See Stop-Check Valves 

Normal Thread Engagement for Pipe Joints 591 

Nozzle Welds 614 

Nozzles, Hose 74 

Nye Die Stocks. 537 



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O.D. Pipe, Large, Wrought Steel 579 

Offset Bends, Copper Tubing 510 

Standard Type 602 

Offsets, Drainage, Cast Iron 221 

Malleable Iron 1 86 

Sprinkler, Cast Iron 209 

Oil and Steam Separators 420, 421 

Country Flange Unions, Cast Iron 249 

Country Tubular Goods, Threading of 593-596 

Refinery Fittings, Malleable Iron 189 

Well Tubing Threads 595 

Oilers , 440 

Open Float Steam Traps 415-417 

Ordering Valve Replacenient Parts 167 

Overboard Discharge Valves 476 



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P Traps, Drainage 221 

P/S Values for Steel Pipe 637 

Packing, Sheet 56S 

Parmelee Pipe Wrenches 544 

Partition Crosses, Drainage 219 

Parts, Names of, Brass Check and Foot Valves 52 

Names of, Brass Gate Valves 14 

Names of, Brass Globe and Angle Valves 26 

Names of, Iron Body Clamp Gate Valves 98 

Names of. Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 120 

Names of, Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 101, 107 

Names of. Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves 149 

Replacement, Ordering _ 167 

Penberthy Injectors and Ejectors 441 

Perforated Extension Bars 519 

Pet Cocks, Brass 90 

Pipe 

A.Pl. Line 580 

Brass, Regular and Extra Strong 583 

Brass, Used with Crane-Seal Silbraz Products 498 

Coils 618 

Copper, Regular and Extra Strong 583 

Copper, Used with Crane-Seal Silbraz Products 498 

Steel, Allowable Stresses and Calculations 635-637 

Steel, A.P.I. Line 580 

Steel, American Standard for 584-587 

Steel, Double Extra Strong 577 

Steel, Extra Strong ,,.,.,,..,..., 576 

SteeU Hydraulic 577 

StecU Large O.D 579 

SteeU Reamed and Drifted 578 

Steel, Standard 576 

Steel, Trade Practice 574 

Wrought Iron 574 

Pipe (Data) 

American Standard. 584-587 

Bundling Schedule 578 

Deflection of Horizontal Lines 643 

Design Formula, Code for Pressure Piping 635 

Discharge of Water Through 625-627 

Expansion Due to Temperature Changes 426 

Flow of Water Through 628 

General Data 588 

Internal Fluid Pressures 589 

Modulus of Elasticity, .^ 641 

Thermal Expansion 641 



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Pipe Bends 

Dimensions and Data 602-604 

Fabricating Facilities for 597-601 

Formulas for Calculating 638, 639 

Length of Pipe in 640 

Minimum Radii and Tangents 602, 603 

Notes on 602-604 

Pressure Drop in 629 

Small Type 232 

Special and Compound Types 604 

Standard Types 602, 603 

Testing of 61 9 

Pipe Hangers, Code for Pressure Piping Excerpts 534 

Standards and Specifications for 534 

Pipe Hangers 

Adjustable Clip 514 

Adjustable Swivel Pipe Roll 51 6 

Adjustable Swivel Ring 515 

Band 514 

Clevis 514 

Clip Ring 51 4 

Genspring, for High -Temperature Installations 533 

Hook, U-Type 518 

Ring Type 51 5 

Ring and Bolt Type 51 4 

Roll Type 516, 517 

Single Pipe Roll with Sockets 51 7 

Single Pipe Roll with Special Sockets 51 7 

Split Ring 515 

Spring Cushion Type 51 6 

Swivel Pipe Roll, Adjustable 516 

Swivel Ring 51 5 

U-Hook Type 518 

Underwriters' 514, 515, 518 

Pip* Hanger Extensions, Cennections, Etc. 

Adjustable Swinging Flanges 520 

Adjustable Swivel Couplings 518 

Bracket Clips 525 

Brackets, Welded Steel 524, 525 

Ceiling Plates 532 

Channel Clamps 522 

Clamps, Channel 522 

Clamps, I-Beam 522-524 

Clamps, Pipe 519 

Clamps, Riser 51 9 

Clip Bases for Adjustable Clips 514 

Clips for Brackets ...,..., 525 

Couplings, Adjustable Swivel 518 

Couplings, Hanger Rod 518 

Couplings, Rod 51 8 

Extension Bars, Perforated 519 

Extension Eye Bolts 523 

Extension Piece 520 

Eye Bolts 523 

Flanges, One-Piece 520 

Flanges, Swinging, Adjustable 520 

Flanges, Swivel 520 

Floor Plates 532 

Hanger Rods 521 

I-Beam Clamps 522-524 

Perforated Extension Bars 519 

Pipe Clamps 51 9 

Pipe Covering Protection Saddles 530 

Plates, Ceiling and Floor 532 

Riser Clamps 51 9 

Rod Couplings 518 

Rods, Hanger 521 

Saddles, for Pipe Covering 530 

Sockets 51 5 

Sockets for Single Pipe Rolls . , 517 

Steel Brackets 524, 525 

Swinging Flanges 520 

Swivel Couplings 51 8 

Swivel Flanges 520 

Toggle Bolts 518 

Tumbuckles 519 

Underwriters' Eye Bolts 523 

Underwriters' Hanger Flanges 520 

Underwriters' I-Beam and Channel Clamps 522-524 

Underwriters' Riser and Pipe Clamps 51 9 



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Pipe Supports, Code for Pressure Piping Excerpts , , , . 534 

Standards and Specifications for 534 

Spacing of 642 

Pipe Supports 

Adjustable Chair with Base Plate 529 

Adjustable Pipe Roll Stand 527 

Adjustable Pipe Roll Stand with Base Plate 527 

Adjustable Saddles 531 

Anchor Chair 529 

Base Plates for Pipe Chairs 529 

Base Plates for Pipe Roll Stands 527, 528 

Brackets for 524, 525 

Chair 529 

Expansion Type Hook Plates 532 

Hook Plates 532 

Pipe Clamps 519 

Pipe Roll and Plate 528 

Pipe Roll Stands 526, 527 

Pipe Roller 526 

Pipe Rolls for 526 

Plates, Hook 532 

Pole Type, for Outside Lines 528 

Riser Clamps 519 

Saddles 531 

Seats , 529 

Single Wall Hooks 531 

Stanchion Saddles 531 

Stands, Pipe Roll 526, 527 

Wall Hooks 531 

Wall Type 531, 532 

Welded Steel Brackets for 524, 525 

Pipe Threads 

A.P J. Drill 595 

American Standard 590 

British Standard 591 

Casing 593-596 

Drive 595 

Engagement Necessary to Make Tight Joint . . . ,591 , 592 

Lubricants for 548 

Railing 266 

Rotary 595 

Pipe Threading Tools and Accessories 

Cutters 542 

Dies 537 

Drills and Taps, Combined 545 

Power Machines for Threading 540 

Reamers 542, 545 

Stocks. 537 

Taps 545 

Thread Lubricants 548 

Threading Devices 537-541 

Tongs 544 

Vises 536 

Wrenches 543, 544 

Pipes, Hose 74 

Piping, Fabricated, Facilities for Manufacture. . 597-601 

Flange Facings and Finishes .61 2, 613 

Flanged Joints, Description 605-610 

Flanging Processes 605-609 

Pipe Bends 602-604 

Pipe Coils 618 

Testing , , , 619 

Welded Piping 614-619 

Welds Generally Used 61 4 

Pitched Return Bends, Cast Iron 202 

Plain Pattern Railing Fittings, Malleable Iron 272 

Plates, Floor and Ceiling 532 

Hook 532 

Plugs 

Brass, Countersunk 259 

Brass, Solid 259 

Brass, Square Head 259 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452, 455 

Crane-Seal 495 

Fusible , 437 

Iron, Bar 228 

Iron, Barrel 228 

Iron, Countersunk 228 

Iron, Square Head 228 

Iron, Solid 228 



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Monel 452 

Nickel 452 

Silicon Bronze 452 

Solder-Joint 508 

Stainless Steel, Sanitary 454, 455 

Steel, Hexagon Head 228 

Steele Square Head . 228 

Tapped for Air Cocks, Iron 228 

Pop Safety Valves 

Brass, for Low Pressure Kettles, Cookers, Etc 388 

Brass, for Saturated and Superheated Steam . , .384, 385 

Brass, for Steam Heating Boilers 388 

Brass, Marine 384, 385, 477 

Brass, Outside Spring 385 

Cast Steel, for High Temperatures 391, 392 

Cast Steel, Marine 391, 392, 477 

Iron Body, for Air and Gas 390 

Iron Body, for Steam Heating Boilers 389 

Posts, Indicator 170 

Pound-Kilogram Conversion 664 

Power Pipe Machines 540 

Pressure Conversion 664 

Drop in Elbows and Bends 629 

Gauges 438, 439 

Reducing Valves 412, 413 

Regulators 410, 411, 414 

Properties of Crane Metals 2-9 

Saturated Steam 650-653 

Superheated Steam 654-657 

Protection Saddles for Pipe Covering 530 

Protectors, Flange 557 

Pulp Stock Valves, Iron Body 375 

Pumps 

Condensation 85 

Sump, Electric 442 

Underground Vertical 85 

Vacuum 85 

Pyrex Glasses for Gauges < . 435 



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Quarter Bends, Copper Tubing 510 

Small, Wrought Steel 232 

Standard Type 602 

Quick-Acting Throttle Valves, Brass 69 

Throttle Valves, Iron 14S 

Quick-Opening Gate Valves, Alloy Metal 451 

Gate Valves, Brass 68 

Gate Valves, Iron Body 104 

Gate Valves, Iron Body, Clamp Type 99 

Globe Valves, Brass, 125-Pound 66, 67 

Globe Valves, Brass, 150-Pound, for Air 33 

Globe Valves, Brass, 200-Pound 66 



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Radial Back Cranelap Joints 607 

Radiator Tail-Pieces, Extra Length 82 

Thermostatic Traps 84 

Union Elbows 78 

Union Elbows, Solder -Joint 505 

Valves, Air 82 

Valves, All Types, Brass 77-84 

Valves, Bellows °4 

Valves, Gate 80 

Valves, Government Pattern 81 

Valves, Hot Water ■ 78, 79 

Valves, Lock-Shield 82 

Valves, Lock-Shield, Keys for 177 

Valves, Marine 81 , 467 

Valves, Solder -Joint 505 

Valves, Venting. ® ' ^^ 

Railing Pipe Threads 266 



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Railing Fittings 

Brass 267 

Cast Iron, Floor Flanges 290 

Cast Iron, Loafer Rails 272 

Malleable Iron, Adjustable 271 

Malleable Iron, Ball Pattern 268, 269 

Malleable Iron, Enclosure 271 

Malleable Iron, Plain Pattern 272 

Malleable Iron. Stair Rail 270, 271 

Railroad Union Fittings, Malleable Iron 241 

Unions, Malleable Iron 240 

Range Boiler Fittings, Brass, Solder-Joint 509 

Malleable Iron 187 

Ratchet Die Stocks 537, 538, 541 

Reamers, Self-Feeding 542 

Ratings, Pipe, Method of Calculating 635-637 

Reamed and Drifted Pipe 578 

Reamers, Pipe 542, 545 

Recessed Couplings, Wrought 229 

Recorders, Pressure, Vacuum, Compound, or Alti- 
tude 438, 439 

Reducers 

A.A.R.. Malleable Iron 193 

Ammonia 1 90 

Butt- Welding, Steel 355 

Crane-Seal, Brass 495, 496 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound (Standard) 277 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 285 

Flanged, Cast Steel, 150 to 2500-Pound 345-349 

Hose. Brass 75 

Screwed, Brass, 125-Pound (Standard) 256, 257 

Screwed, Brass, 250-Pound 260 

Screwed. Cast Iron, 125-Pound (Standard) 201 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 175-Pound 210, 211 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 3000-Pound W.O.G 339 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 6000-Pound W.O.G 340 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 9000-Pound W.O.G 340 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Standard 184 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 190-193 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Heavy 192 

Solder-Joint. Brass 508 

Reducing Fittings, How to Read 644 

Reed Pipe Vises 536 

Refinery Oil Malleable Iron Fittings, Standard 189 

Regulators, Pressure 410, 411, 414 

Reinforcing Welding Saddles 356 

Relief Valves 

All-Iron, for Ammonia 401 

Brass, for Air 394, 398, 399 

Brass, for Cold Water 394, 396, 397, 400 

Brass, for Gas 398, 399 

Brass, for Hot Water 394-397 

Brass, for Oil 396, 397, 400 

Brass, for Steam 394, 396, 397 

Brass, for Water Heaters 395 

Brass, Hydraulic 400 

Brass, Marine 397, 477, 478 

Brass, Vacuum 395 

Cast Steel, Crosby Nozzle Type 406 

Cast Steel, Inside Spring 403 

Cast Steel, Outside Spring , , 405 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 450 

Forged Steel Base and Disc 407 

Iron Body, Crosby Nozzle Type 406 

Iron Body, Inside Spring 402 

Iron Body, Marine 478 

Iron Body, Outside Spring 379, 404 

Marine. ■ . ■ -397, 477, 478 

Monel 450 

Nickel 450 

Silicon Bronze 450 

Vacuum 395 

Renewable Discs for Valves, Composition 178 

Replacement Parts for Valves, Ordering 167 

Return Bends 

Ammonia 190, 433, 487 

Back Outlet 190, 202 

Butt- Welding. Steel 355 

Copper Tubing 51 

Crane-Seal, Brass 495 



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Double Pipe ^86* 487 

Flanged, Cast Iron 281 

Flanged, Cast Steel, 150 and 300-Pound .345, 346 

Flanged, Ferrosteel 281 

Screwed, Brass, Standard 256, 257 

Screwed, Brass, 250-Pound 260 

Screwed. Cast Iron, Standard 202 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 175-Pound 210 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 212 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Standard 185 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 190 

Screwed, Wrought Steel 232 

Solder- Joint, Brass 51 

Union End, Cast Iron 202, 487 

Reversible Stops, Brass 88 

Revolving Joints, Barco 431 

Ridgid Pipe and Tubing Cutters 542 

Pipe Wrenches 543 

Ring Joint Facings and Rings, Dimensions 562, 563 

Joints, Description 607, 608, 613 

Joints, Rings for, List Prices 564 

Gaskets 566-571 

Type Pipe Hangers 514, 515 

Riser Clamps for Pipe Hangers 519 

Rivet Data for Railing Fittings 266 

Rod Couplings for Pipe Hangers 518 

Rods, Hanger 521 

Roll and Plate, Pipe 528 

Stands, Pipe 526, 527 

Rol ler Supports, Pipe 526 

Rolls, Pipe 517, 526 

Roof Connections, Drainage 220 

Rotary Pipe Threads 595 

Rough Stops, Brass 88 

Rubber Gaskets, "CC" 566, 567, 570, 571 

Gaskets, Ammonia 485 

Gaskets, Cloth Inserted 566, 567, 571 

Lined Gate Valves 451 

Sheet Packing, "CC" 565 

Spool Type Expansion Joints 425 

Running Traps, Drainage 221 



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Sadd le Supports for Pipe 531 

Saddles, Pipe Covering Protection 530 

Safety Valves 

Brass, Crosby Nozzle Type, for Steam 392 

Brass, Inside Spring, for Air and Gas 386, 387 

Brass, Lever and Weight 393 

Cast Steel, Crosby Nozzle Type, for Steam 392 

Iron, Lever and Weight 393 

Marine 477 

Pop, Brass . 384, 385, 388 

Pop, Cast Steel 391, 392 

Pop, Iron Body 389 

Pop, Marine 384, 385, 477 

Sampling or Vent Valves for Transformer Oil 33 

Sanitary Valves and Fittings, Stainless Steel 454, 455 

Saturated Steam, Properties of 650-653 

Saunders Pipe Cutters .,,,.,.... 542 

Sawi ng Vises 511 

Scrapers, Flue 545 

Screw-Down Check Valves, Marine 462, 463, 471-473 

Screwed Flanged Joints 605 

Screwed Fittings 

A.A.R 193 

Ammonia 1 90 

Brass, Railing 267 

Brass, 125 and 250-Pound 256-260 

Cast Iron 195-224 

Cast Steel, 1000 and 2000-Pound W.O.G 341 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. <18-8 Mo), Sanitary 455 

Circulating Boiler 187, 509 



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Drainage - 21 5-223 

Forged Steel, 2000 to 9000-Pound W.O.G 338-340 

Long Sweep, Cast Iron 204, 205 

Malleable Iron 179-194 

Monel 452 

Nickel 452 

Sanitary, Stainless Steel 454, 455 

Silicon Bronze 452 

Sprinkler 197, 206-209 

Screwed Flanges 

Ammonia 484 

Brass, 150 and 300-Pound 264 

Cast Iron, 25-Pound 291 

Cast Iron, 125-Pound 292, 293 

Cast Iron, 250-Pound 294, 295 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18^8 Mo) 453 

Common, Cast Iron 290 

Ferrosteel, 125 and 250-Pound 292-295 

Floor, Brass 267 

Floor, Cast Iron 290 

Floor, Malleable Iron 268, 270, 290 

Forged Steel. Ammonia 484 

Forged Steel, 150 to 2500-Pound 361 -367 

. Forged Steel, 4000-Pound 350 

Malleable Iron, Ammonia 484 

Malleable Iron, 125-Pound 292 

Marine 460, 471-473 

Monel ,...,,... 453 

Nickel 453 

Silicon Bronze 453 

Seamless Steel Pipe 574-577, 579, 580, 584-586 

Steel Nipples and Couplings .229-231 

Sediment Separators 422, 423 

Self-Adjusting Packed Radiator Valves 79 

Self- Feeding Ratchet Reamers 542 

Separators, Oil and Steam 420, 421 

Sediment 422, 423 

Service Tees, Brass, Standard 256, 257 

Malleable Iron, Standard 183 

Shaped Welding Nipples, Steel 356 

Sheet Packing, "CC" Rubber 565 

Packing, Cranite Asbestos Composition , . . . 565 

Shock Effect on Valves and Fittings 11 

Side Outlet Elbows, Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound . . . 276 

Elbows, Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 284 

Elbows, Screwed, Brass, Standard 256, 257 

Elbows, Screwed, Cast Iron, Standard 198 

Elbows, Screwed, Malleable Iron, Standard 181 

Tees, Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 278 

Tees, Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 286 

Silbraz Joints, Description and Products Used with 489-498 

Silicon Bronze, Properties of 2 

Bronze Fittings, Flanges, Unions, and Valves. . . .446-453 

Simpact Self- Contained Pipe Threaders 539 

Single Hammer Lug Unions 248 

Offset Quarter Bends 602 

Offset U-Bends 602 

Strap Clamps, Malleable Iron 233 

Sweep Tees, Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 278, 279 

Sweep Tees, Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 286, 287 

Sweep Tees, Screwed, Cast Iron (Long Sweep).. . 204, 205 

Sink Elbows and Tees, Solder-Joint, Brass 508, 509 

Siphons for Steam Gauges 435 

Sizing Tools for Soft Copper Tubing 511 

Sleeve Welds 61 4 

Sleeves, Welding 356 

Slip-On Welding Flanges, 150 to 2500-Pound 363-367 

Socket Wrenches, Tee Handle 177 

Sockets for Pipe Rolls, Malleable Iron 517 

Socket-Welding Fittings, Forged Steel 351-353 

Flanges, Marine 470 

Valves, Cast Steel, Angle, 150 to 1500-Pound 308 

Valves, Cast Steel, Check, 150 to 1500-Pound 308 

Valves, Cast Steel, Gate, 150 to 1500-Pound . . . .299, 308 

Valves, Cast Steel, Globe, 150 to 1500-Pound 308 

Valves, Forged Steel, Angle, 600-Pound 314, 315 

Valves, Forged Steel, Check, 600-Pound 328, 329 

Valves, Forged Steel, Globe, 600-Pound 314, 315 

Soft Iron Gaskets, Corrugated 568-570 



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Bends 510 

Companion Flanges 510" 

Fittings 506-51 1 

Union Elbows 505, 509 

Unions 509 

Valves> Angle 502 

Valves, Check 503 

Valves, Gate 504 

Valves. Globe 502 

Valves, Radiator 505 

Valves, Swing Check 503 

Valves, with Adaptors 505 

Soider-Joints, Description and Instructions 500, 501 

Ratings and Recommendations for Products 506 

Tubing (Copper) Used With 51 2 

Solderi ng Fluxes 511 

Solders and Fluxes 51 1 

Solid Ring Pipe Hangers 514, 515 

South Penn Casing Threads 594 

Spanners, Hose. 75 

Special Brass, Crane, Properties of 2 

Spool Type Rubber Expansion Joints 425 

Spring Cushion Pipe Hangers 516 

Loaded Cocks 94 

Sprinkler Fittings, Cast Iron 197, 206-209, 274 

Square Head Plugs, Brass 259 

Head Plugs, Iron 228 

Head Plugs, Iron, Tapped for Cock 228 

Head Plugs. Steel 228 

Stainless Steel Sanitary Valves and Fittings 454, 455 

Stair Rail Brackets, Malleable Iron 272 

Rail Fittings, Malleable Iron 270, 271 

Stanchion Saddle-Type Pipe Supports 531 

Standard Pipe, Wrought Steel 575 

Stands, Floor 168, 169 

Steam, Data Pertaining to 649 

Definitions of Terms Used With 648 

Pressure Drop in Elbows and Bends 629 

Resistance of Valves and Fittings to Flow of . . . 630, 631 

Saturated, Properties of 650-653 

Superheated, Properties of > 654-657 

Steam Brass, Properties of 2 

Coils, Heating Water With 632, 633 

Hose and Hose Couplings 73 

Jet Pumps 441 , 442 

Separators 420, 421 

Traps 415-419 

Steel Bushings 227 

Pipe Data 588 

Plugs 228 

Stellite C^U") Trim 3 

Stem Protectors for Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves. 139 

Protectors for Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 115 

Stems, Extension, for Valves 169 

Stillson Pipe Wrenches 543 

Stocks and Dies 537 

Stop-Check Valves, General Data 370, 371 

Cast Steel, 300-Pound 373 

Cast Steel, 400^Pound 374 

Cast Steel, 600-Pound 374 

Cast Steel, 900, 1500, and 2500-Pound 374 

Ferrosteel, 250-Pound 372 

Stops, Brass 88-90 

Strainers (Sediment Separators) .422, 423 

Strap Wrenches 544 

Straps for Copper Tubing 511 

Street Washer Tees 89 

Street Elbows 

A.A.R 193 

Aininonia 1 90 

Crane-Seal, Brass 494, 496 

Screwed, Brass, Standard 256, 257 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Drainage 216 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 3000-Pound W.O.G 339 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Heavy 192 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Refinery Oil 189 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Standard 181 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 190, 193 

Solder-Joint, Brass ■ 507 



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studs, Bolt-, Data 622, 623 

Bolt-, List Prices 558, 559 

Suction Hose 73 

Sump Pumps, Electric 442 

Superheated Steam, Properties of 654-657 

Supports, Pipe, List Prices and Description 525-532 

Pipe, Spacing of 642 

Swartwout Exhaust Heads 424 

Swing Joints, Ball Bearing 432 

Joints, Brass or Iron Body 430 

Swing Check Valves 

Angle, Brass, 200-Pound 57 

Brass, Crane-Seal 492 

Brass, Solder-Joint 503, 505 

Brass, Standard 55 

Brass, 1 50-Pound 57, 58 

Brass, 200-Pound 57, 58 

Brass, 300-Pound 60, 61 

Brass, 350-Pound 62 

Cast Steel, 150 to 4000-Pound 333-336, 350, 475 

Chrome-Nickel-Molybdenum (18-8 Mo) 451 

Clearway, Iron Body 1 64 

Crane-Seal, Brass 492 

Ferrosteel, 250-Pound 165 

Ferrosteel, 800-Pound Hydraulic 166 

Iron Body, Lever and Weight 163 

Iron Body, Standard 1 61 , 1 64 

Iron Body, 250-Pound 1 65 

Iron Body, 400-Pound W,O.G 1 56 

Iron Body. 800-Pound Hydraulic . 1 66 

Malleable Iron, 400-Pound W.O.G. 156 

Marine 464, 465, 469-473, 475 

Monel 451 

Nickel 451 

Silicon Bronze 451 

Solder- Joint, Brass 503, 505 

Underwriters', Iron Body 164 

Swinging Hanger Flanges, for Pipe 520 

Swivel Joints, Barco 431 

Syphons for Steam Gauges 435 



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Tail-Pieces for Radiator Valves, Extra Length 82 

For Sanitary Valves and Fittings 454, 455 

Tank Float Valves 380, 381 

Nipples, Wrought Steel 230, 231 

Thermostats, Klipfel 414 

Taper Reducers 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 277 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 285 

Flanged, Cast Steel, 150 to 2300-Pound 345-349 

Taps, Pipe 545 

Taps and Drains for Flanged Fittings, Location of 645 

Tee Wrenches for Hub End Gate Valves 177 

Tees 

A.A.R 193 

Ammonia, Flanged 483 

Ammonia, Screwed 190 

Butt- Welding, Steel 354 

Crane-Seal, Brass 494, 496 

Double Pipe 486, 487 

Drainage, Cast Iron 21 7 

Flanged, Ammonia 483 

Flanged, Brass, 150 and 300-Pound 264 

Flanged, Cast Iron, Sprinkler 206, 207, 274 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 125-Pound 278, 279 

Flanged, Cast Iron, 2S0-Pound 286, 287 

Flanged, Cast Steel, 150 to 2500-Pound 345-349 

Flanged, Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 453 

Flanged, Monel . 453 

Flanged, Nickel 453 

Flanged, Silicon Bronze 453 

Four-Way, Brass 256, 257 

Four-Way, Malleable Iron 183 

Refinery Oil, Malleable Iron 189 

Sanitary, Stainless Steel 455 







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Screwed, Ammonia 190 

Screwed, Brass, Standard 256, 257 

Screwed, Brass, 250-Pound 260 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Drainage 217 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Long Sweep 204, 205 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Sprinkler 197, 206-203 

Screwed, Cast Iron, Standard 198, 199 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 175-Pound 210, 211 

Screwed, Cast Iron, 250-Pound 212, 213 

Screwed, Cast Steel, 1000 and 2000-Pound W.O.G., , 341 

Screwed, Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452, 455 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 2000-Pound W.O.G 338 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 3000-Pound W.O.G 339 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 6000-Pound W.O.G 340 

Screwed, Forged Steel, 9000-Pound W.O.G 340 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Heavy 192 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Hydraulic 194 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Refinery Oil 189 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, Standard 182, 183, 186 

Screwed, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 190-193 

Screwed, Monel 452 

Screwed, Nickel 452 

Screwed, Silicon Bronze 452 

Socket- Welding, Forged Steel 353 

Solder-Joint, Brass 507, 509 

Stainless Steel, Sanitary 454, 455 

Union, Brass, Crane-Seal 497 

Union, Malleable Iron 238, 239, 241, 243, 244 

Temperature Conversion 663 

Templates for Drilling 

1 50-Pound Brass 550 

2 50-Pound Brass 550 

300-Pound Brass 550 

2 5-Pound Cast Iron 551 

125-Pound Cast Iron 55-I 

25Q-Pound Cast Iron .'.\ ..'. 552 

80a-Pound Hydraulic Cast Iron 552 

1 50-Pound Steel 553 

300-Poimd Steel 553 

400-Pound Steel \\\ 554 

eOO-Pound Steel 554 

900-Pound Steel " 554 

1 500-Pound Steel 555 

2500-Pound Steel \ SS5 

Templex Steel, Properties of 9 622 

Templex Steel Bolt-Studs ' 

List Prices 558^ 559 

Properties of 9 g22 

Torque Required to Produce Stress and Resulting Load 623 

Test Gauges 433 439 

Testers, Dead Weight. 438 

Thermal Expansion of Pipe 641 

Thermometer Caps, Stainless Steel, Sanitary. 455 

Thermostatic Traps 84 

Thermostats, Tank 414 

Thickness, Calculation of, for Steel Pipe 635-637 

Thread Engagement in Made-Up Joints 591 

Lubricants, Pipe , 540 

Th readed Pipe Joints 592 

Threading Devices for Pipe 537-541 

Threads, Hose -to 

Pipe, A. P. I. Casing 593 594 

Pipe, American Standard Taper ' 590 

Pipe, British Standard Taper . 59-j 

Pipe, Casing 593-596 

Pipe, Normal Engagement for Pipe Joints. ... 591 

Pipe, Oil Country Tubular Goods SQ^-Sqfi 

Pipe, Oil Well Tubing ..'.'.'..'.'.'.'■■" 595 

Pipe, Railing 266 

Three-Valve Lifting Steam Traps, Cranetilt 419 

Three-Way Cocks, Brass " " 91 94 

Cocks, Iron ^ q- 

Elbows, Drainage \ 217 

Valves, Sanitary . , acm 

Throttle Valves, Brass. .'.'.'.'.'.'...W gg 

Valves, Iron Body ^ *X 

Toggle Bolts for Pipe Hangers . cio 

Toledo Pipe Cutters '.'.'.'.'.'.'.WW. 542 

Pipe Threading Devices .\ . . . 538-540 



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Tongs, Pipe 544 

Tongue and Groove Facings for Flanged Material. .560, 561 

And Groove Flange Unions 252 

And Groove Valves and Fittings, Ammonia 481-487 

Toofs, Sizing, for Soft Copper Tubing 51 1 

Traps, Drainage 221 

Steam, Cranetilt, Non-Return 418 

Steam, Cranetilt, 3-Valve Lifting 41 9 

Steam, Open Float 41 5-41 7 

Thermostatic 84 

Trimo Pipe Cutters and Wrenches 542-544 

Triplex Steel, Properties of 9, 622 

Triplex Steel Bolt-Studs 

List Prices 558 , 559 

Properties of 9, 622 

Torque Required to Produce Stress and Resulting Load 623 

Try Cocks, Brass 435 

Tubes, Boiler 533 

Tubing, Copper. Expansion Due to Temperature Changes 510 

Copper, for Crane-Seal Products 498 

Copper, Hard and Soft Types 512 

Tubing Bends, Copper 510 

Cutters, Glass 435 

Cutters, Pipe 542 

Threads, Oil Country 595 

Tucker Connections, Drainage 221 

Turnbuckles 519 

Two-Third Unions, Malleable Iron .......' 239 



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U-Bends, Copper Tubing 5'IQ 

Standard Type . .' 602 

U-Hook Pipe Hangers s-jg 

Underwriters' Extension Eye Bolts 523 



Fire Hose 



73 



g^^ge^s 514.515, 518 

Hose Gate Valves 73 

Indicator Posts 1 70 

Pipe Clamps '.',519, 522, 524 

Unions and Union Fittings 238, 240-244 

Valves, Gate, Brass ' 2I 

Valves, Gate, Brass, Hose 70 

Valves, Gate, Iron Body \\[ io4 

Valves, Swing Check ^ g4 

Union Elbows, A.A.R.. Malleable Iron .'243, 244 

Elbows, Circulating Boiler ' 187 

Elbows, Combination, Forged Steel 252 

Elbows, Crane-Seal, Brass .'. . 497 

Elbows, Brass, Ground Joint 262 

Elbows, Brass, Radiator \\ 73 

Elbows, Malleable Iron, 1 50-Pound 238 

Elbows, Malleable Iron, 150-Pound, Gasket Type 239 
Elbows, Malleable Iron, 200-Pound, ... 241 

Elbows, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 243 244 

Elbows, Solder- Joint \" ' '505' 599 

Fittings, A.A.R., Malleable Iron ZAZ, 244 

Fittings, Application on Air Brake Piping ' 245 

Fittings, Malleable Iron, 150-Pound. 533 

Fittings, Malleable Iron, 150-Pound, Gasket Type 239 
Fittings, Malleable Iron, 200-Pound. . . " 241 

Fittings, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound . "243 244 

Fittings, Railroad ' 241 

Fittings, Saving Joints with 236 237 245 

Return Bends, Cast Iron .... ' 202* 487 

Tees, A.A.R., Malleable Iron. ... 243* 244 

Tees, Brass, Crane-Seal ... ' 497 

Tees, Malleable Iron, 150-Pound. . 238 

Tees, Malleable Iron, 150-Pound, Gasket Type 23<i 

Tees, Malleable Iron, 200-Pound. . 241 

Tees, Malleable Iron, 300-Pound WV oj! 

Valves, Brass, A.A.R ih A% 

Valves, Brass, for Air Lines . ^Q 

Valves, Brass, Needle Point %t 



Valves, Brass, Radiator 



78-81 



Valves, Brass, 100-Pound (Low Pressure) '97 

Valves, Brass, 300-Pound ' ^39,' 4l' '43 45 



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Unions 

A-A.R 242, 244 

Air Pump, A.A.R 242 244 

Air Pump, Railroad, 250-Pound 240 

All-Iron, Ground Joint Flange, Standard 251 

All-Iron, Ground Joint Screwed, 300-Pound 246 

Ammonia, Flange 252, 484 

Application to Air Brake Piping ' 245 

Boyle Flange 484 

Brass, Crane-Seal 497 

Brass, Flange 263 

Brass, Government Pattern 262 

Brass, 150 and 200-Pound ' ' ' 262 

Brass, 250-Pound 263 

Cadmium Plated 247, 248 

Cast Iron, Flange 249 

Chicago 239 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (18-8 Mo) 452 

Chrome-Nickel-Moly. (I8-8 Mo), Sanitary 455 

Crane-Seal 497 

Ferrosteel, Flange . 252 

Forged, Steel to Exelloy Seat 247 

Forged Steel, A.A.R 244 

Forged Steel, Cadmium Plated 247, 248 

Forged Steel, Flange 252, 253 

Forged Steel, Hammer Lug 248 

Forged Steel, 600-Pound 247, 248 

Gaskets for 571 

Gasket Type, Flange 249, 250, 252 

Gasket Type, Screwed 239 

Hammer Lug 248 

Malleable Iron, A.A.R. 242, 244 

Malleable Iron, Flange 250-252 

Malleable Iron, Three-Part 251 

Malleable Iron, Two-Third , 239 

Malleable Iron, 150-Pound 238, 239 

Malleable Iron, 200-Pound 239 

Malleable Iron, 250-Pound 240 

Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 242, 244, 246 

Monel 452 

"Navy" Pattern, Flange 249 

Nickel 452 

Railroad 240 

Silicon Bronze 452 

Solder- Joint 509 

Tongue and Groove, Flange 252 

Upright Y-Branches, Drainage 220 



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Vacuum Cleaning Fittings 215 

Gauges 438, 439 

Radiator Valves 79 

Relief Valves 395 

Venting Valves 83 

Valve By-Pass Locations 646 

Chain Wheels 176 

Discs 178 

Drain Tappings 646 

Handles 175 

Parts, Ordering 1 67 

Resistance to Flow of Fluids . . . , 630, 631 

Wheels *. 1 74 

Valves 

A.A.R., Brass 42-45 

A.W.W.A. Double Disc Gate, Iron Body 1 26, 1 27 

Air, Radiator 82 

Air Vent, Automatic 41 6 

Ammonia , 401, 481, 482 

Angle, Brass (Also Globe and Cross) 25-50 

Angle, Cast and Forged Steel 309-326 

Angle, Corrosion-Resistant 446, 447 

Angle, Iron Body, Ferrosteel, and Mall. Iron . . . .143-153 

Back Pressure 378, 379 

Bar Stock, Globe and Angle 310 

Blow-Off 376. 377 

Butterfly 69. 148 



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Valves (Cont.) 

Cab Hose, Brass 39, 41 

Cargo Oil 468 

Check, All Types, Brass 'yr.T.. . .'. .■!.-.''.':51 -63 

Check, All Types, Cast and Forged Steel 327-336 

Check, All Types, Corrosion-Resistant 449, 451 

Check, All Types, Iron Body, Ferrosteel fit M. I.. 155-166 

Chlorine 457 

Chronometer 476 

Clamp Gate, Iron Body 98, 99 

Corrosion-Resistant 443-458 

Crane-Seal, Brass 492, 493 

Cross, Brass 28, 34, 35, 47 

Cross, Iron Body and Ferrosteel 150-153 

Cylinder Operated 1 71 

Exhaust Relief 378, 379 

Expansion, for Ammonia 482 

Float 380, 381 

Foot, Brass . 53, 54 

Foot, Iron Body 1 62, 1 63 

Gas, 500-Pound Double Disc Gate 134, 135 

Gasoline, Check 53, 1 57 

Gate. Brass 13-24, 68 

Gate. Cast and Forged Steel 297-308 

Gate, Corrosion -Resistant 448, 451 , 456 

Gate, Iron Body and Ferrosteel, Double Disc, . . ,119-141 

Gate, Iron Body and Ferrosteel, Wedge Disc 97-117 

Globe, Brass 25-50 

Globe, Brass, Quick Opening, Self-Closing 66, 67 

Globe, Cast and Forged Steel 309-326 

Globe, Corrosion- Resistant 446, 447 

Globe, Iron Body, Ferrosteel, and Mall. Iron .... 143-153 

Hose 70, 71, 467 

Lock-Shield, Gate. 16 

Lock-Shield, Globe and Angle . , , , 27 

Lock-Shield, Radiator 78-82 

Main Injection 476 

Manifold 476 

Marine 459-478 

Motor Operated 1 72, 1 73 

Needle Air 29 

Needle Point Globe and Angle, Brass 29 

Overboard Discharge . 476 

Pop Safety 383-393 

Pressure Reducing 41 2, 41 3 

Pressure Regulating 41 0, 41 1 , 41 4 

Pulp Stock 375 

Quick Opening, Brass 33, 66-69 

Quick Opening, Corrosion-Resistant 451 

Quick Opening, Iron Body 99, 104 

Radiator 77-84 

Relief 394-407, 450 

Safety 386-393 

Sampling or Vent, for Transformer Oil 33 

Sanitary, Stainless Steel 454 

Screw-Down Check 462, 463, 471-473 

Solder-Joint 502-505 

Stop-Check . . . .370-374 

Tank Float 380, 381 

Throttle 69, 148 

Transformer Oil 32, 33 

Underwriters' Gate, Brass 21 

Underwriters' Gate, Brass, Hose 70 

Underwriters' Gate, Iron Body 104 

Underwriters' Swing Check ,.,... 1 64 

Vacuum, Radiator 79 

Vacuum, Relief 395 

Venting, Radiator 83 

Water Works Double Disc Gate 1 26, 1 27 

Whistle 67 

Vent or Sampling Valves for Transformer Oil 33 

Venti ng Valves, Radiator 83 

Vertical Check Valves, Brass 54 

Check Valves, Brass, for Gasoline 53 

Check Valves, Cast Steel 329 

Steam and Oil Separators 420, 421 

VI ses, Pipe 536 

Sawing, for Copper Tubing 51 1 

Vulcan Chain Pipe Tongs 544 

Chain Pipe Vises 536 



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Walco Pipe Wrenches 543 

Wall Closet Fittings, Crane-Hulbert 224 

Flanges, Malleable Iron, for Railings 270, 271 

Pipe Supports J31 

Plates, Malleable Iron '°^ 

Thickness of Steel Pipe, Calculation of 635-637 

Warnock Strap Wrenches 544 

Wash Tray Tees, Malleable Iron 186 

Tray Sink Tees, Solder -Joint 509 

Waste Nuts, Malleable Iron 186 

Water, Discharge Through Pipes, Orifices, and Valves.625-627 

Flow Through Standard Wrought Pipe 628 

Heating, With Steam Coils 632, 633 

Pressure Drop, In Elbows and Bends 629 

Resistance of Valves and Fittings to Flow of . . . ,630, 631 

Water Columns, Cast Iron 436 

Coolers, Fittings for 486, 487 

Gauges ^34 

Gauges, Accessories 435 

Gauges, Expansion Tank 434 

■ Hose 73 

Hose Couplings 73 

Hose Fittings 75 

Hose Nozzles 74 

Meter Elbows, Solder-Joint 508 

Pressure Regulators 414 

Water Srde Fusible Plugs 437 

Water Works Gate Valves (A.W.W.A.) 126, 127 

Weight and Lever Reducing Valves 412, 413 

And Lever Safety Valves 393 

Conversion Table 664 

Testers for Gauges 438 

Welded Bonnet Wedge Gate Valves, Cast Steel 308 

Brackets, Steel, for Pipe 524, 525 

Flanged Joints 609 

Piping, Description 614, 615 

Piping, Facilities 600 

Piping, Headers 61 6, 61 7 

Piping, Heat Exchangers^ Double Pipe 619 

Piping, Types of Welds 614 

Welding Bevels, Details 647 

Fittings, Butt Type 354-359 

Fittings, Socket Type 351-353 

Flanges, Forged Steel, 150 to 2 500-Pound 363-367 

Valves, Angle, Cast and Forged Steel 314-326 

Valves, Check, Cast and Forged Steel 328-336 

Valves, Gate, Cast and Forged Steel 297-307 

Valves, Globe, Cast and Forged Steel 314-326 

Welds, Types Generally Used 614 



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Wheels, Chain, for Valves 176 

Valve 174 

Whistle Valves, Brass 67 

Whistles, Brass 437 

Wilirams Chain Pipe Vises 536 

Wood Rod Couplings 8^ 

Wooden Flange Protectors 557 

Wool Felt Pre-Shrunk Pipe Insulation 546 

Wrenches 

Monkey 544 

Pipe 543, 544 

Strap 544 

Tee, for Hub End Gate Valves 177 

For Body Seat Rings of A.A.R. Valves 45 

For Brass Cocks 96 

For Iron Cocks 95, 96 

Wrought Couplings 229 

Iron and Steel Pipe 573-580, 584-588 

Steel Nipples 230, 231 



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Y-Bends 

Ammonia 1 90 

Brass, Crane-Seal 494 

Brass, 125-Pound (Standard) 256, 257 

Brass, 250-Pound 260 

Cast Iron, Sprinkler 209 

Cast Iron, 125-Pound (Standard) 201 

Cast Iron, 175-Pound 210 

Cast Iron, 250-Pound 212 

Malleable Iron, 150-Pound (Standard) 184 

Malleable Iron, 300-Pound 190 

Y-Branches, Drainage , 218-220 

Y-Pattern Blow-Off Valves 376 

Sediment Separators 423 

Stop-Check Valves 372, 373 



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1, 

1, 

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2, 
2, 

2, 



2, 



2. 



2, 
2 A 
2B 
2C, 

2-C, 

2E 
2K 
2L 



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4, 
4. 

4, 



4, 



4, 



4, 



4. 



4, 

4 A 
4E 

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Globe Valve 

Vent Valve 

Disc 

C. I. Elbcw 



Br, Railing 
Elbow 



M, L Railing 
Elbow 



Red, Valve 

CouDling 

Pipe Bend 



Angle \ aUe 

Vent Vahe 

Disc 

C r Elbow 



Br. Railing 
Elbow 



M- I. Railing 

Elbow 



Pipe Bend 

1&-8 Elbow 
Hanger 



3, 

3, 

3, 


Venc Valve 

Disc 

C. LTee 


3, 


Br. Railing 
lee 


3, 


M. K Rai ing 
Tee 


3, 
3, 


Red. Valve 
18-8 lee 


3, 


Ceiling or 
Floor Place 


3, 
3E 

3K 


Pipe Rend 


31/2, 


Br. Railing 
Tee 


3y2, 


M- I. Railing 
Tee 



Pipe Bend 

Globe Vajve 

Angle Valve 

Disc 

C. I. Cross 



Br. Railing 
S. O. Tee 



M, I. Railing 
S. O. Tee 



18-8 Elbow 



Ceiling or 
FlcKir Plate 



Pipe Bend 



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420 
420 
420 
420 

28 

83 

178 

204 



267 



268 



413 

433 

602 

83 

27 

519 

442 
27 



602 

28 

83 

178 

204 



267 



268 



602 

83 

27 

455 

514 

111 

442 
27 



83 
178 
204 



267 



268 



413 

455 



532 



602 
111 

442 



267 



268 



602 

37 

37 

178 

204 



267 



268 



455 



532 



602 

83 
HI 

442 



No. 



4V2, 



Br. Railing 
S. O. Tee 



41/2, 


M. I. Railing 
S. 0. Tee 


5, 
5, 


Disc 
C. I. Tee 


5, 


Br. Railing 
Cross 


5, 


M. 1. Railing 
Cross 


5, 


18-8 Tee 


5, 


Cei ing or 
Floor P ate 


5, 
5K 


Pipe Bend 


sVi, 


Br. Railing 
Cross 


5V2, 


M. I. Rai ing 
Cross 


6, 


Disc 


6, 


Globe and Ang e 



6, 



Br. Railing 
S. O, Cross 



6. 



M. 1. Railing 
S. O. Cross 



6, 
6, 
6 E 



1 8-8 Tee 
Pipe Bend 



6V2, 



Br. Railine; 
S. O. Cross 



6V2. 



M, 1. Railing 
S, O. Cross 



6V2E 



7, 
7, 

7 Spec 
7, 



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Olo\ e \ ah e 
Angle Valve 

Disc 



7, 



Br. Railing 
Flange 



7, 



i\l. I. Railing 
Flange 



7, 
7. 
7. 
7-8 
7-8 B 



Float Valve 

1 8-8 Tee 

Pipe Bend 



7 A-8 
7 A-8B 
7 A-8 BS 
7 A-8C 
7 AS-8 OS 

7CS 

7 E 

7-F 

7 KS-8 BS 

7 KS-8 OS 

7 R-8 CR 

7 S-8 BS 
7 S-8 CS 



7V2, 

71/2, 

7V2E 

8, 

8, 



Globe Valve 
Pipe Bend 



Trap 

Disc 



8, 
8, 



Globe & Angle 
Br. Ball 
Ornament 



8, 



M. 1. Ball 
Ornament 



8, 



18-S Cross 



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268 



178 
204 



267 



268 



455 



532 

602 

442 



267 



268 
178 



28 



267 



268 



455 
603 
111 



267 



268 



111 



30 
30 
30-32 
178 



267 



268 



380 
455 
602 
431 
431 

431 

431 
431 
431 
431 

493 
111 
431 
431 
431 

431 
431 
431 
66 
603 

111 

84 

178 



28 
267 



268 



455 



No. 



8, 

8 A 
8E 



Pipe Bend 



8V2, 



Br. Ball 
Ornament 



8V2, 



M. 1. Ball 
Ornament 



9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 

9, 
9 A 
9-A 



Globe Valve 

Angle Valve 

Trap 

18-8 Cross 

Pipe Bend 



10. 


Railing 
Mange 


10, 


Ball Joint 


10, 


Cei inn or 
b oor P ate 



10, 

10 A 

IOC 

10 E 

11, 
11, 

11 c 

12, 

12, 

12 H 

12V2, 
12V2, 



Pipe Bend 



Railing Elbow 
Pipe Bend 

Railing Tee 

18-8 Union 

Glohe VaKe 
Railing Tee 



13, 


Br. Ball 
Ornament 


13, 


M. I. Ba 

Ornament 


13, 


18-8 
L nion Ring 



13 H 
14 

14 A 
14 E 

14V2 P, 
15, 



MP and HP 

Railing Tee 



15, 



18-8 
Thrd. Piece 



16 
16 A, 

16 A, 

I6I/2 P, 
17, 

17, 

17 A 
17-C 
17C-A 
17 D 

18, 
18, 
18, ■ 
19 
19 A 

20, 
20, 

20, 



Vac. V^ent 

18-8 Plug 

MP and HP 

Railing Cross 

18-8 Coupling 



Cross VaK'e 

Railing Tee 

lt5-8 Adapter 



Check Valve 

Railing Tee 

Ball Joint 



20, 



Ceiling or 
Floor Plate 



20 B 
20 E 
20 H 
21, 

21, 



Railing Tee 

18-8 Nipple 



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603 

84 

111 



267 



268 



30 
30 

84 
455 

84 
75 



268 



432 



532 



603 

84 

454 

111 

268 
603 
454 
268 

455 

455 

66 

268 



267 



268 



455 



455 
455 
455 
111 
31 
270 



455 



270 
83 

455 
31 

270 

455 
84 

526 
73 
84 

28 
270 
455 
270 
455 

54 
270 
432 



532 



53 
153 

84 
270 
455 



No. 



21 E 

21 H 

22 

22 E 
23 

23 A 

23 E 
24, 
24, 

24 E 
25, 

25, 

25 E 

251/2 
26, 

26, 

26, 

26 A 
26 B 

26 C 
26-C 



Check Valve 
Railing Elbow 

Check Valve 

Railing Elbow 



Check Va]\e 
Railing Tee 

18-8 Elbow 



Elbo't\' 
Pipe Support 



27, Check Va!\-e 

27, Railing Elbow 

27, Float \'alve 
27 CS 

28, Check \al\-e 



28, 
28 E 
28 XU 
29 
30, 



Railins Elbow 



Floor Flange 
Ball Joint 



30, 
30 E 
30 XU 

31, Check Valve 

31, 18-8 Tail-Piece 

32 
32 X 

32 XR 
33 

33 U 

33 X 
33 XR 

331/2 

331/2 u 
331/2 X 

331/2 XR 

34, Check Valve 

34, Trap 
341/2 

35, Check Valve 



35, ■ 
35 CS 

351/2 

36 

37, 

37, 
38 

38 E 

39 E 
40, 

40, 

40, 
40-C 
41-C 
41 E 
42 



Trap 



Check Valve 



Red. VaU'e 



Vent X'ahe 

Safety VaK'e 
Ball Joint 



Page 



153 
84 
270 
153 
270 
455 

153 

54 
270 
153 
157 

270 
153 
157 
54 
270 

455 
455 
455 
455 
531 

56 
270 
380 
492 

54 

270 
372 
373 
270 
270 

432 
372 
373 
56 
455 

4lS 

304 
304 
418 
304 

304 
304 
54 
304 
304 

304 
55 

418 
55 
57 

418 
492 

57 
442 

57 

84 

413 

165 

165 

83 

393 
432 
524 
524 
541 
393 





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XXll 



CRANE 



Numericat Index (Cont.) 




No. 






I 



K 



43 
44 
46 
46 X 

46 XR 

47 

47 X 
47 XR 

47 V2 X 
471/2 XR 

48 -C 

49-C 

50, Hose Valve 

50, Siair Dracket 

50, Ball JoinI 



Solder, Flui 



Hose Valve 

PosI Cap 
Needle Valve 
FosI Clip 
Hnse Valve 
Walk Flange 



50, 
51 

52 
55 
56, 

56, 
57, 
57, 
58, 
58, 

59 
60 
61 

61 E 
61 U 



61 X 

61 XR 

61 V2 U 

611/2 X 
61 1/2 XR 

62 

62 P 
62 X 

62 XR 
63 

63 E 
63 V2 
64 

641/2 
65 

651/2 
66 
661/2 
67 G 
68 

70, (ilulic Valve 
70, Arifiln Valve 

70. RuilElboff 
701/2 

71, tilolje Valve 

71, Angle Valve 

71, llailini-Tee 

71 V2 

72, Cheii Valve 
72, Railing Tee 

73 

731/2 

74^ Cross Ulve 
74. Rail Cross 
74 E 

74 X 

74 XR 
741/2 
75 

75 E 



Page 



53 

69 

69 

304 

304 

53 
304 
304 
304 
304 

532 

532 

71 

272 
432 

511 

272 

272 

272 

71 

272 
29 

272 
71 

272 

272 
432 
272 
541 
304 

304 
304 
304 
304 
304 

272 

48 

304 

304 

272 

62 

272 
272 
272 
272 

272 
272 
272 
81 
413 

34 

34 

271 

271 

34 

34 

271 

271 

57 

271 

271 
271 

34 

271 

60 

304 

304 

271 

83 

60 



No. 



76 

76 A 
76 U 
76 X 
76 XR 

76V2 V 
761/2 X 
761/2 XR 

77, itail (Viiss 
77, Flual Valve 

78 

78 E 
79 

79 X 

79 XR 

80 E, Sleain Cock 
80 E, Threader 
SOX 

80 XR 
83 U 

83 X 
83 XR 

831/2 U 
831/2 X 
831/2 XR 

85 

85 P 
851/2 P 
87 P 
87 U 

87 X 
87 XR 

871/2 P 
871/2 U 
871/2 X 

871/2 XR 

88 

89 

89-A 

90 

90-A 
91-A 
92-A 
93-A 
94-A 

94L-A 

95 

95-A 

95 E 
96-A 

96 E 
97-A 

97 E 
99 E 



100 



100 

101 

101 E 

101-G 

102 

103 
103 E 
104, 
104, 
104-G 

105 
105 E 



Page 



83 

83 

304 

304 

304 

304 
304 
304 
271 
380 

271 

62 
271 
300 
300 

91 
541 

300 
300 
304 

304 
304 
304 
304 
304 

29 
47 
47 
47 
304 

304 
304 
47 
304 
304 

304 
29 
29 
73 

541 

73 
75 
75 
75 
75 

75 
511 

74 

250 

74 

263 

74 

249 

249 



419 
419 
284 
515 
419 

419 
284 
Trap 419 
Sulder I 511 
515 

419 
2S6 



No. 



105-G 
106-G 

107 E 
107-G 
107 R-G 

108-G 
109 E 
110-B 
110-G 
no R-G 

lllE 
112 

m-B 

112E 

1121/2 
II2V2E 

113 
113 E 

USE 

116-G 

117 

117 E 
119 E 
120-A 

121 E 

122 E 

123 E 
1231/2 E 
124 
125 E 
1251/2 E 

126 
127 E 

128 
130 
131 E 

131-G 
132 
133 E 
134-G 
135 E 

136-G 
137 E 
139 E 
140-G 

141 E 

142-G 

142 X 

142 XR 

143-G 

143 X 

143 XR 

1431/2 X 

1431/2 XR 
144-G 

144 X 

144 XR 

145 G 
145 X 
145 XR 

1451/2 X 

1451/2 XR 

147 X 

1471/2 X 

148-G 

148 X 

150 X 

150 XR 

151 E 



Page 



514 
514 

286 
515 
515 

515 
286 
437 
515 
515 

286 
78 

437 

286 
78 

286 

78 
288 
288 
514 

71 

288 

288 

75 

285 

285 

285 
285 
381 
284 
284 

381 
284 
381 
381 
284 

524 
381 
284 
518 
286 

518 
286 
284 
521 
284 

521 
324 
324 
521 
324 

324 
324 
324 
521 
324 

324 
81 
324 
324 
324 

324 
334 
334 
521 
334 

324 
324 
294 



No. 



151 U 
151 X 

151 XR 

1511/2 U 
1511/2 X 

1511/2 XR 

152 X 

152 XR 

153 E 
153-G 

153 U 
153 X 
153 XR 

1 533/2 u 
1531/2 X 

1531/2 XR 
154-G 
155 E 
155-G 

156-G 

157-G 

158 X 

159 X 

1591/2 X 

160 X 

160 XR 

161 U 
161 X 

161 XR 

161 1/2 U 

161 1/2 X 
161 1/2 XR 

162 X 

162 XR 

163 U 

163 X 

163 XR 

I631/2 U 
I631/2 X 
I631/2 XR 

164 U 
Ib6-G 
166 U 
167-G 
168-G 

168 X 

169 X 

1 691/2 X 

170 X 

170 XR 

171 A-G 
171 AS-G 

171-G 
171 S-G 

171 U 

171 X 

171 XR 
1711/2 U 
171 1/2 X 
1711/2 XR 

172 X 

172 XR 
173-G 

173 U 
173 X 

173 XR 

1731/2 U 
1731/2 X 



Page 



324 
324 

324 
324 
324 

324 
324 
324 
294 
520 

324 
324 
324 
324 
324 

324 
520 
295 
520 
520 

520 
334 

334 
334 

324 

324 
324 
324 
324 
324 

324 
324 
324 
324 
324 

324 
324 
324 
324 
324 

374 
532 
374 
532 
531 

334 

334 
334 
324 

324 

517 
517 
517 

517 

324 

324 
324 
324 
324 
324 

324 

324 
517 
324 
324 

324 
324 
324 



No. 



Page 



1731/2 XR 
174 
174 F 
174-G 

174 X 

175 X 

1751/2 X 

176 U 
176 X 

176 XR 

177 U 

177 X 

177 XR 

178 X 

179 E 

179 U 

180 E 
180 U 

182 E 
183-G 

183 U 

183 X 

183 XR 

I831/2 U 
I831/2 X 
183 1/2 XR 

184 E 

184-G 

185 U 
185 X 

185 XR 

I851/2 U 
I851/2 X 
185 1/2 XR 

186 A-G 

186 E 

186-G 

187 E 
187 G 

187 X 
I871/2 X 

188 E 
188-G 

189 E 
189 U 
189 X 

189 XR 
I891/2 U 
1 891/2 X 
I891/2 XR 

190 E 

190 U 
190 X 

190 XR 

1901/2 U 
1901/2 X 

190 1/2 XR 

191 U 
192 

192 E 
193-G 

193 U 
193 X 

193 XR 

194 E 
194-G 

195 E 
195-G 
195 U 



324 
78 
78 
516 
334 
334 

334 
317 
317 
317 
317 
317 
317 
330 
607 
374 

605 
374 
212 

529 
324 

324 
324 

324 
324 
324 

212 
529 

324 
324 
324 

324 
324 
324 
530 
212 

530 
212 
530 
334 
334 

212 
530 
212 
324 
324 

324 
324 
324 
324 
212 

324 
324 
324 
324 
324 

324 

377 

78 

212 

525 

318 
318 
318 

212 
525 

212 
525 
318 



No. 



195 X 

195 XR 

196 E 
196 U 
196 X 

196 XR 

197 E 
197-G 
197 U 
197 X 

197 XR 
198 

198 E 
198-G 

198 X 

198V2 E 

199 

199-G 

199 X 

1991/2 X 



Page 



200 



200 
201 

205-G 

206 

207 

208-G 

209 

209-G 

210 

211 

212 c 
212-G 
212 P 
212 P-CS 

213 

214 C 
214 H 

214 P 

214 P-CS 

215 

215 H 

216 H 

216 X 

216 XR 

217 H 

217 X 

217 XR 
218 

218 C 
219 

219 C 
220-G 
222 H 
222 X 

222 SS 

2221/2 H 

2221/2 X 
2221/2 SS 

223 H 
223 X 

223 SS 

2231/2 H 

2231/2 X 

2231/2 SS 
275-G 



318 
318 
212 
317 
317 

317 
246 
529 
317 
317 

317 
177 
246 
529 
330 

246 
177 
525 
334 
334 



177 
177 

518 
82 
32 

518 
32 

518 
82 
33 

37 
519 

36 
493 

37 

37 
137 

36 
493 

37 

137 
137 
312 
312 

137 

312 

312 

59 

59 

59 

59 
523 
310 
310 

310 

310 
310 
310 
310 
310 

310 
310 
310 
310 

522 




A'u/nericaf Index [Contw] 



CRANE 



• « • 



XXlll 



I 




No. 


Page 


No. 


Page 


No. 


Page 


No. 


Page 


No. 


Page 


No. 


Page 


225 H 


319 


274 P-G 


527 


331 D 


253 


362 F 


38 


407 D 


345 


4671/2 


104 


226 


79 


275 -G 


527 


333 D 


340 


363 


150 


410 


412 


470 


104 


226-G 


522 


276 


90 


334 


93 


364 E 


38 


411, Red. Valve 


412 


471 


104 


226 H 


319 


276 E 


190 


335 


92 


366 


159 


411, EAD.Juiiil 


424 


472 


103 


227 


79 


276-G 


527 


336 


93 


366 K 


60 


7 r 

412 D 


345 


473 


103 


227 H 


331 


277-G 


528 


337 


93 


3661/2 


156 


413 D 


345 


475 


103 


230-G 


519 


277 P-G 


528 


339 


94 


36 6 1/2 C 


156 


415 D 


345 


4751/2 


103 


230 H 


24 


278 


90 


340 


152 


367 


159 


415 H 


378 


476 


104 


232 H 


49 


278 E 


190-3 


340 D 


253 


3671/2 


156 


415 V 


378 


477 


104 


233 H 


49 


279 E 


190-3 


340 E 


133 


3671/2 C 


156 


416 


379 


480 


129 


234 H 


63 


284 


90 


34OV2 E 


133 


368 


159 


417 


379 


4801/2 


126 


236 H 


50 


286-G 


533 


341 


152 


369 E 


60 


417 D 


345 


mm 

481 


129 


237 


33 


288-G 


533 


341 D 


340 


372 


161 


4171/2 


379 


482 


129 


238 H 


63 


289 


90 


341 h 


133 


372 P 


46 


419 D 


345 


483 


129 


246 X 


247 


290 E 


364 


3411/28 


133 


3721/2 


161 


420 


421 


4841/2 


99 


248-G 


521 


291 E 


364 


342 


152 


373 


161 


421 D 


345 


4851/2 


99 


250 


91 


292 E 


364 


342 E 


133 


373 P 


46 


422 


20 


486I/2 


99 


250 H 


247 


294 H 


364 


3421/2 E 


133 


3731/2 


161 


422 CS 


492 


4871/2 


99 


252 


91 


295 


430 


343 


152 


374 P 


46 


422 E 


421 


488 


99 


252 H 


247 


296 E 


364 


343 E 


133 


3741/4 


161 


4221/2 


20 


4881/2 


99 


253 H 


247 


297 


430 


343V2 E 


133 


3741/2 


164 


423 


20 


490 


99 


254 


91 


297 E 


364 


344 


152 


375 


164 


423 D 


345 


4901/2 


99 


254 H 


247 


298 


90 


345 


152 


375 P 


46 


4231/2 D 


345 


491 


100 


254 P 


147 

516 


299 


430 


346V2 
347 D 


156 

227 


3751/2 
376 


164 

393 


4251/2 D 
427 D 


345 
345 


4911/2 

492 


100 


255-G 


300 


99 


255 P 


147 
91 


348 h 

349 E 


135 
135 


376 E 
376 P 


42 
42 


428 
429 


17 

19 


4921/2 
493 


99 


256 


300 


430 


100 


256-G 


516 


300 D 


339 


350 


150 


377 F 


42 


429 D 


345 


4931/2 


100 


256 P 


147 


300 E 


264 


350 E 


356 


377 P 


42 


430 


17 


494 


99 


257-G 


528 


302 D 


339 


350 H 


248 


380 


148 


431, (Jale Valve 


19 


4941/2 


99 


257 H 


48 


303 D 


339 


350% 


150 


381 


148 


431, Ited.VaTe 


412 


496 


100 


257 P 


147 


304 D 


339 


3501/2 


144 


382 


148 


431 CS 


492 


496 E 


364 


258 


91 


305 


94 


3501/2 C 


145 


382 P 


40 


432, Uate Valve 


68 


496 P 


311 


258-G 


531 


305 D 


339 


3501/2 H 


248 


382 P-CS 


493 


432, Ked.Vave 


412 


497 E 


355 


258 H 


48 


306 


94 


351 


150 


383 P 


40 


437 


19 






259-G 


531 


307 


94 


351 E 


356 


384 


378 


4371/2 


19 


500 




259 H 


63 
341 


307 D ■ 

308 


339 
94 


3511/4 
352 


150 
150 


384 P 
384 P-CS 


40 
493 


438 
438 CS 


16 

492 






260 D 


500 


109 


260 E 


190-3 


310 r> 


340 


352 E 


354 


385 


378 


4381/2 


19 


501 


109 


260-G 


514 


312 n 


340 


352 H 


248 


385 P 


40 


440 
442 


16 
68 


5041/2 
505 


109 
109 


260 H 


194 


313 D 


339 


352V4 


150 


390 


376 






5051/2 


109 


26I-G 


519 


314 U 


340 


3521/2 


144 


391 


376 


449 


414 


r Aw 




262 D 


341 


314V2 P 


146 


3521/2 C 


145 


391 U 


377 


4491/2 


15 


506 


109 


262 E 


190-3 


3161/2 P 


146 


353 


150 


393 


376 


450 E 


356 


508 


109 


2621/2 E 


190-3 


317 D 


340 


353 E 


354 


3931/2 


376 


451 


70 


510 

515 


170 
239 


263 H 


194 


318 


94 


3531/4 


150 


393 h 


45 


451 E 


356 


517 


240 


264 D 


341 


319 


94 


354 


148 


393 P 


45 


452 E 


354 






264 E 


190-3 


320 


92 


354 E 


354 


394 


162 


453 


70 


5171/2 


240 


264-G 


531 


320 D 


228 


3541/2 


144 


3941/2 


162 


453 F 


354 


519 


240 


264 H 


194 


3201/2 


92 


355 E 


355 


395 


162 


454 E 


354 


5191/2 

520 

521 


240 
170 
290 


265 


91 


321 


93 


3551/2 


144 


3951/2 


162 


455 


80 


266 


91 


321 D 


228 


3551/2 C 


145 


396 b 


44 


455 K 


355 


V^ m^ ^h 


^^ ^ ^» 


266 n 


341 


322 


92 


356 


148 


396 P 


44 


457 E 


354 


5211/2 
522 


262 


266 E 


190-3 


3221/2 


92 


3561/2 


144 


397 


163 


458 


21 


^^ ■'l^ ^^ 


266 H 


194 


323 


93 


357 E 


354 


397 F 


44 


458 E 


354 


523 


^^ ^^ mm 

262 


267 E 


190-3 


323 D 


339 


3571/2 


144 


397 P 


44 


459 


21 


5231/2 

5241/2 

525 
525 D 

526 
527 


262 
262 


268 


91 
190-3 


324 
3241/2 


92 
92 


3571/2 C 

358 


145 
151 


398 


427 


459 E 
460 


355 
103 


268 E 






276 
345 

276 


269 

269-G 


91 

514 

90 


325 
326 

326 D 


92 
92 

227 


358 E 
3581/2 

359 


356 
151 

151 


400 




460 E 
461 

4611/2 


355 
103 

103 


270 


400, Red. Vave 


412 


276 


271 


542 


327 D 


227 


359 E 


355 


400, Esp. Joint 


427 


462 


103 


527 D 


345 


271-G 


526 


328 D 


253 


3591/2 


151 


401 


427 


4621/2 


104 


^ f^ f 


1^ ^T ^ 


272 


90 


329 


92 


360 E 


355 


401 D 


345 


464 


103 


528 

^v ^^ ^^ 


276 

^4 ^v .^^ 


272 E 


190 


329 D 


253 


3601/2 


151 


403 


427 


4641/2 


103 


529 
530 


278 
278 


272-G 


526 


330 


92 


361 E 


356 


403 D 


345 


465 


103 


^^ \^ x^ 

531 


278 


273-G 


526 


330 U 


253 


3611/2 


151 


404 


426 


4651/2 


103 


531 D 


345 


274-G 


527 


331 


92 


362 


150 


406 


426 


467 


104 


532 


278 




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XXIV 



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F^umerical Index (Cont.) 




I 



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II 



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No. 



533 

534 
534 D 
535 

536 

537 
537 D 
538 
539 
539 D 

540 
541 
541 D 
543 
543 D 

545 
545 D 
546 
547 
547 D 



549 
550 

550 D 

551 

551 D 
553 
553 D 
554 

5541/2 

555 

556 

556V2 

557 

5581/2 
559 
561 V2 
568 
572 

574 
583 

5831/2 
584 

585 

586 
586V2 

587 

5871/2 

588 

589 

5891/2 

590 

591 

592 

593 
594 
595 
596 
597 

598 
5981/2 



Page 



278 
278 
345 

278 
278 

280 
345 
276 
280 
345 

276 
280 
345 
280 
345 

277 
345 
277 
277 
345 



548 277 
548 D i 345 



276 
276 
345 

276 
345 

292 
345 

364 

364 
292 
364 
364 
293 

364 
292 
605 
364 
364 

355 
291 
291 
291 
187 

187 
187 
187 
187 
187 

187 
187 
241 
241 
241 

241 
241 
241 
241 
241 

241 
241 



600 



600 I 437 

601 D I 345 

602 '■ 437 

603 D 345 



No. 



605 D 
607 D 
608 
608 1/2 
610 

613 
613 D 
615 
615 D 
616 

617 D 

619 D 

621 D 

622 E 
623 

623 D 

623 E 
6231/2 E 
624 

624 D 

624 E 

624 E-CS 
625 

625 D 
625 E 

640 
642 
644 
648 
649 

651 E 

656 E 

657 E 

658 E 
660 E 



Page 



664 E 


364 


670 E 


607 


673 


209 


674 


209 


675 


209 


677 


209 


679 


209 


679 E 


209 


681 


209 


681 E 


209 


693 E 


364 


694 E 


364 



345 

345 

67 

67 

434 

434 
345 
434 
345 
434 

345 
345 
345 
23 
434 

345 

23 

23 

434 

345 

22 
492 
434 
345 

22 

436 
157 
157 
414 
414 

364 
364 
364 
364 
605 



700 



700 
702 
708 
710 
712 

714 
724 
730 
731 
734 

741 
744 
750 

751 
754 

7541/2 
755 
7551/2 
756 



90 
90 
90 
90 
90 

90 

90 

435 

435 

435 

435 
90 
437 
437 
131 

131 

131 
131 
131 



No. 



7561/2 
757 
7571/2 
760 
760 D 

762 
762 D 
764 
764 D 
766 

766 D 

768 

773 

775 
776 

777 
778 
779 
780 
781 

791 

7931/2 

798 



800 



800 
801 

804 

8041/2 
804 1/2 H 
805 1/2 H 
806 

806 1/2 
812 

8I21/2 

814 

816 

817 E 
819 E 

819 E-CS 
8I91/2 E 
8I91/2 E-CS 

820 

820 H 

821 

821 H 

823 

824 
830 
831 
833 
834 

837 
841 D 

845 D 

846 D 

847 D 



852 D 

853 D 

853 E 
854 

854 D 



Page 



848 D 


345 


849 D 


345 


850 


89 


850 D 


345 


851 D 


345 



131 
131 
131 
189 
341 

189 
341 
189 
341 
189 

341 
189 
251 
251 
125 

125 
125 
125 

125 
125 

123 
123 

123 



88 
88 

88 

88 

113 

113 

88 

88 
88 
88 
88 
89 

242 
242 
497 
242 
497 

88 
166 

88 
166 

88 

88 
89 
89 
89 
89 

'89 
345 
345 
345 
345 



345 
345 
364 
89 
345 



No. 



Page 



854 E 


364 


855 D 


345 


855 E 


364 


856 


89 


856 E 


364 


857 E 


364 


858 E 


364 


859 E 


605 


860 


89 


862 E 


364 


869 E 


607 


890 E 


243 


890 E-CS 


497 


891 


123 


8911/2 E 


243 


8911/2 E-CS 


497 


892 E 


243 


893 


123 


893 E 


243 


894 E 


243 


894 E-CS 


497 


895 E 


243 


896 E 


243 


897 E 


243 


898 


123 


898 E 


243 


898 E-CS 


497 


898V2 E 


243 



900 



9191/2 E 
950 H 
953 H 
9531/2 H 
960 

981 

981 A 
9811/2 
982 
983 D 

984 
986 
988 

988 1/2 
989 



9891/2 


423 


9901/2 


423 


9911/2 


423 


992 E 


244 


993 E 


244 


994 D 


423 


996 E 


244 


997 E 


244 


9981/2 E 


244 



244 
244 
244 
244 
411 

416 
416 
416 
416 
416 

416 

422 
422 
423 
422 



1000 



1000 

1001 
10011/2 
1002 
10021/2 

1003 
1004 
1005 
1006 
1007 
1008 



216 
217 
217 
216 
216 

216 

217 
216 
216 
216 
216 



No. 



1009 
1010 
1012 
1013 
1017 
1018 

1019 
1020 
1022 
1024 
1026 

1028 
1030 
1032 
1033 
1034 

1036 
1037 
1038 
1039 
1046 

1047 
1048 
1049 
1050 
1051 

1052 
1053 
1054 
1055 
1056 

1057 

1058 

1059 

10591/2 

1070 

1080 
1081 
1082 
1083 



Page 



216 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 

219 
218 
219 
218 
219 

220 

220 
220 
221 
220 

221 
221 
221 
221 
219 

217 
221 
220 
2X8 
218 

218 
218 
218 
218 
217 

216 
216 
221 
221 
221 

129 
129 
129 
129 



1100 



1100 

1102 

1113 
1113 LX 

11131/2 LX 

1114 
1118 

III81/2 

1123 

1124 

U24XR 
1128 
11 28 1/2 
1130 
A 1131 

1131 

1133 
11331/2 
1155 V 
1160 

1164 
1165 
1166 
1168 



391 
390 
404 
405 
405 

404 
401 
401 
402 
402 

403 
400 
400 
400 
394 

394 
394 
394 
395 
388 

388 
389 
389 
389 



No. 



Page 



1200 



1204 
1205 
1210 
1211 
1212 

1213 

1218 
1219 
12191/2 
1228 

1232 
1234 
1236 
1241 D 
1241 XR 

1245 D 

1246 D 

1247 D 

1248 D 

1249 D 

1250 D 

1251 D 

1252 D 

1253 D 

1254 D 

1255 D 

1262 E 

1263 E 

1265 E 

1266 E 

1267 E 

1268 E 
1278 E 
1280 
1281 

1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1290 

1292 
1294 

1294 E 

1295 E 
1296 



27 
27 
27 
27 
53 

78 
239 
239 
239 

93 

93 
93 

93 
345 
403 

345 

345 
345 
345 

345 

345 
345 

345 
345 
345 

345 
364 
364 
364 
364 

364 
605 
607 
238 
238 

238 

238 
238 
238 
239 

239 

239 
364 
364 
239 



1300 



1300 
1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 

1319 
1326 
1327 
1328 
1329 

1331 
1332 
1335 
1336 
1337 

1338 
1339 
1340 



502 

502 
502 
503 
503 

504 
507 
507 
507 

507 

507 
507 
507 
507 
507 

507 
507 
507 



No. 



1345 
1350 

1351 
1352 
1353 

1354 
1355 
1356 
1357 
1358 

1359 
1360 
1361 
1362 
1363 

1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 

1368 

1369 
1370 
1371 
1372 
1380 

1381 
1383 
1384 
1385 



Page 



507 
508 

508 
508 
508 

508 
508 
508 
508 
508 

508 
509 
509 

509 
509 

509 
509 
508 

508 
509 

509 
510 
510 
509 
509 

509 
510 
510 
510 



1400 



1425 
1427 
1429 
1431 



375 
375 

375 
375 



1500 



1501 

1503 

1504 

15041/2 

1505 

15051/2 

1507 

15071/2 

1511 

1513 

1515 
1517 
1519 

15191/4 
15191/2 

15193/4 

1521 
1523 
1529 
1541 D 

1545 

1545 D 

1546 D 
1547 

1547 D 

1548 D 
1549 

1549 D 

1550 D 
1551 



481 
481 
481 
481 

481 

481 

482 
482 
482 
482 

482 
482 
482 
482 
482 

482 
483 
483 
252 
345 

484 
345 
345 
484 
345 

345 

484 
345 
345 
484 



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No. 



Page 



1551 D 

1552 D 

1553 D 

1554 D 
1555 

1555 D 
155(1 E 
1557 

1557 E 

1558 E 

1559 

1559 E 

1562 E 

1564 

1565 

1565 E 
1569 
1569 E 
1570 
1571 

1574 

1574V2 
1575 

1575V2 

15753/4 

1581 

15821/2 
15831/2 

1585 
15861/2 

1589 

15911/2 

1594 E 

1595 E 



1600 



1644 
1645 



1800 



1823 P 

1824 P 

1825 P 

1826 P 

1827 P 

1833 
1834 
1835 
1836 
1837 



1870 E 


43 


1870 P 


43 


1871 E 


43 


1871 P 


43 


1874 E 


43 



1874 P 

1875 E 
1875 P 
1880 P 
1884 P 



1890 
1890 
1891 
18SI 
1894 



E 
P 
E 
P 
E 



1894 P 

1895 E 
1895 P 



345 
345 
345 

345 
484 

345 
364 

484 
364 
364 

483 
605 
364 
190 
487 

364 
487 
607 
483 
487 

487 
487 
487 

487 
487 

487 
484 
484 
484 
483 

252 
252 
364 
364 



457 

457 



41 

41 
41 
41 
41 

39 
39 
39 
39 
39 



43 

43 

43 

311 

311 

45 
45 
45 
45 
45 

45 
45 

45 



No. 



Page 



1900 



1923-A 



2100 



2100 
2101 

2102 
2103 
2104 

2105 
2106 
2107 
2108 
2109 

2120 D 

2121 D 
2124 D 



2300 



2400 



2480 
2481 
2482 
2483 
2484 

2485 
2486 
2487 
2488 
2489 

24891/2 
2490 

24901/2 
2491 

2492 

2493 
2494 
2495 
2496 
2497 

2498 
2499 



74 



264 
264 
264 
264 
264 

264 
264 
264 
264 
264 

338 
338 
338 




126 

126 
126 
126 
126 

126 
126 
126 
126 
126 

126 
126 
126 
126 
126 

126 
126 
126 
126 
126 

126 
126 



2500 



2500 
2501 
2502 
2503 
2510 

2511 

2512 
2513 
2521 

2524 



385 
385 
385 
385 
385 

385 
385 
385 
385 
385 



No. 



2531 

2534 
2550 
2551 
2552 

2553 
2560 
2561 
2562 
2563 

2565 
2570 
2571 
2580 
2581 

2590 
2591 



Page 



391 
391 

387 
387 
387 

387 
387 
387 
3S7 
387 

388 
387 
387 
387 
387 

387 
387 



2600 



2600 

2601 
2602 
2603 
2604 

2605 
2606 
2607 
2621 
2624 

2628 
2650 
2651 
2653 
2654 

2664 
2668 
2669 
2674 

2684 



397 
397 
397 
397 
397 

397 
395 
395 
478 

478 

478 
399 
399 
399 
399 

399 
399 
399 
399 
399 



3000 



3041 XR 



403 



3100 



3120 D 

3121 D 
3124 D 

3127 D 

3128 D 

3129 D 

3140 D 

3141 D 
3144 D 



353 
353 
353 
353 
353 

353 
353 
353 
353 



3600 



3606 W 

3606 X 

3607 W 
3607 X 

3611 W 
3611 X 
3615 W 
3615 X 

3620 X 

3621 X 

3624 X 

3625 X 



299 
299 
299 
299 

299 
299 
299 
299 

313 
313 
313 
313 



No. 



3640 X 

3640 XR 

3641 X 
3641 XR 
3644 X 

3644 XR 

3645 X 
3645 XR 
3648 X 

3648 XR 

3649 X 
3649 XR 
3652 X 

3652 XR 

3653 X 

3653 XR 
3656 X 

3656 XR 

3657 X 

3657 XR 
3670 X 
3(.74 X 
3678 X 
3682 X 

3686 X 
3692 XS 



Page 



315 
315 
315 
315 

315 

315 
315 
315 
315 
315 

315 
315 
315 
315 
315 

315 
315 
315 
315 

315 
328 
329 
328 
329 

329 
329 



3900 



3935-A 



74 



4000 



4032 
4033 
4002 
4063 

4064 E 

4065 E 



58 
58 
58 
58 
61 

61 



4100 



4196 
4197 
4198 
4199 



35 
35 
35 
35 



4200 



4234 E 

4235 E 
4270 



61 
61 
81 



4300 



4347 
4377 
4379 
4382 

4383 
4387 
4389 



476 
476 
476 
476 

476 
379 
379 



4400 



4436 
4437 
4448 
4449 

4461 
4465 
4467 



15 
15 

467 
467 

468 
468 
468 



No. 



Page 



4700 


4752 

4752 L 
4753 

4753 L 


437 
437 
437 
437 


8000 




8085-A 


74 


9000 





H-9000 

9200-A 
9301-A 



414 



75 
75 



14400 



14471 
14473 
14475 
14477 



456 
456 
456 
456 



15500 



15501 
15502 

15503 
15505 
15520 

15521 
15540 
15541 
15560 
15561 

15562 
15563 
15568 
15569 
15572 

15578 
15582 
15584 
15586 
15589 

15590 
15591 



446 
446 

446-7 

446-7 

449 

449 
448 
448 

452 
453 

452 
453 
452 
453 

452 

452 
452 
452 
452 
453 

452 
453 



16600 



16601 
16602 
16603 
16605 
16620 

16621 
16640 
16641 
16660 
16661 

16662 
16663 
1 6668 
16669 
16672 

1 6678 
16682 
16684 
16686 



446 

446 

446-7 

446-7 

449 

449 
448 
448 
452 
453 

452 
453 
452 
453 
452 

452 
452 
452 
452 



No. 



1 6689 

16690 
16691 



Page 




453 

452 
453 



I 



17700 



17701 
17702 
17703 
17705 
17720 

17721 
17740 

17741 
17760 
17761 

17762 
17763 
17768 
17769 
17772 

17778 
17782 
17784 
17786 
17789 

17790 
17791 



446 

446 

446-7 

446-7 

449 

449 
448 
448 
452 
453 

452 
453 
452 
453 
452 

452 
452 
452 
452 
453 

452 

453 




\imm 



18800 



18801 
18802 
1H803 
18805 
18820 

18821 
18840 
18841 
18859 
18860 

18861 
18862 
18863 
18868 
18869 

18872 
18878 
18882 
18884 
18886 

18889 
18890 
18891 
18898 



446 

446 

446-7 

446-7 

449 

449 
448 
448 
450 

452 

453 
45Z 
453 
452 
453 

452 
452 

452 
452 
452 

453 
452 
453 
450 



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CRANE 



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Metals and Materials 




Steam Brass page 2 

Special Brass page 2 

Hard Metal page z 

Cast Manganese Bronze page 2 

No, 44 Nickel Alloy page 2 

No. 48 Nickel Alloy page 2 

No. 4Q Nickel Alloy page 2. 

Exelloy page 3 

Stellite page 3 

1 8-8 Mo Alloy Cast Steel page 3 

Silicon Bronze page 2 

Monei .\ letal page 3 

Nickel page 3 

Cast Iron, Ferrosteel, and High Tensile Iron page 4 

Alloy Cast Iron page 4 

Ni-Resist Cast Iron page 4 

Malleable Iron page 4 

Carbon Cast Steel page 6 

No. 2 Nickel-Chrome Alloy Cast Steel page 7 

No. 3 Nickel Alloy Cast Steel page 7 

No. 4 Carbon-Xlolybdenum Alloy Cast Steel page 6 

No, 5 Chrome-Molybdenum Alloy Cast Steel page 7 

"Arctic" Nickel Alloy Cast Steel page 7 

Carbon Forged Steel page 8 

No. 2 Nickel-Chrome Alloy Forged Steel page 8 

No. 3 Nickel Alloy Forged Steel page 8 

No, 4 Carbon-Molybdenum Alloy Forged Steel page 8 

No, 5 Chrome-Molybdenum Alloy Forged Steel page 8 

Machine Bolts page q 

Triplex Steel Bolt-Studs page q 

Templex Steel Bolt-Studs page q 

C.C. Rubber Sheet Packing page 5 

Cranite Sheet Packing page $ 

Metallic Gaskets page 5 

Rings for Ring Joints page 5 

Composition Discs page 5 

Marking of Crane Products page 10 

Air Testing page i i 

Hydrostatic and Shock Working Pressures page 1 i 

Increase in Pressure by Expansion of Liquids page i r 



The thousands upon thousands of items manufac- 
tured by Crane — valves, fittings, and allied prod- 
ucts for all pressures, temperatures, and services ^- 
necessitates the use of an unusually wide variety of 
metals and materials. The most common of these are 
briefly described and discussed in this section. 
Additional information and data on other Crane 
metals and materials will be furnished on request. 




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Brasses, Bronzes, and Nickel Alloys 




Crane Steam Brass 

Crane Steam Brass, \\idely used for valves, fittings, 
and other products not recommended for super- 
heated steam temperatures, is an alloy of copper, 
tin. lead, and zinc. It conforms to A.S.T.M. Speci- 
fication B 62 (Composition Brass or Ounce Metal 
Castings, 85-5-5-5) and is classified as "Leaded Red 
Brass" in A.S.T.M. B i 10 (Tentative Classification 
of Cast Copper-Base Alloys). 

Physical properties at 70^ F. Average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 34.000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. Id, 000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 22 



Crane Special Brass 

Crane Special Brass, commercially termed "bronze", 
is a high grade alloy used in \-alves. fittings, and 
other products recommended for the higher pressures 
and temperatures. 

It conforms to A.S.T.M. Specification B61 fSteam 
or VaK'e Bronze Castings) and is classified as 
"Leaded Tin Bronze" in A.S.T.M. B i iq (Tentative 
Classification of Cast Copper-Base Alloys). 



Physical properties at 70" F. 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 

Yield point , !bs. per sq. in. 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 



Average 

36,000 

17.000 

25 



Crane Hard Metal 

Crane Hard Metal is a pure copper-tin bronze of 
high strength and hardness. Years of satisfactory 
service have shown it to be thoroughly reliable for 
valves and fittings used under high pressures and 
extremely se\'ere operating conditions. Its hardness 
and average tensile strength of 40.000 pounds per 
square inch make it an exceptionally desirable 
material for val\*e bodies and seating surfaces. 

This material conforms to A.S.T.M. Specification 
B 60 and is classified as "Tin Bronze" in A.S.T.M. 
B 1 IQ (Tentative Classification of Cast Copper-Base 
Alloys). 



Crane Cast Manganese Bronze 

Crane Co. developed "Cast Manganese Bronze" in 
order to procure a stem metal that would \\ithstand 
the great torsional and tensile strains to which this 
valve part is subjected. Its unusually good bearing 
qualities offer excellent resistance to wear, and this, 
combined with strength and the good corrosion 
resistance typical of copper-base alloys, has extended 
its use to yoke sleeves, yoke bushings, and glands of 
valves for steam, water, and general service. 

Crane Cast Manganese Bronze has an average 
tensile strength of 67.000 pounds per square inch 
and conforms to the requirements of A.S.T.M. Speci- 
fication B 54 (K'langanese-Bronze Sand Castings). 



Crane No. 44 Nickel Alloy 

Crane No. 44 Nickel Alloy is a copper-base nickel 
tin alloy, having a hardness superior to that of 
ordinary bronze. Its particular application is as a 
seating material in valves which are to be subjected 
to serN ices requiring the use of non-ferrous trim but 
where brass or bronze are inadequate. Strong, 
tough, and hard, it offers good resistance to wear. 



Crane No. 48 Nickel Alloy 

Crane No. 48 Nickel Alloy is used for the yoke 
sleeves, yoke bushings, and glands of steel valves 
recommended for oil or oil vapor service. It possesses 
a combination of excellent bearing qualities, high 
strength, corrosion resistance, and an unusually high 
melting point, being from 500 to 600° F. higher than 
that of ordinary brass or bronze. 

It resists wear and breakage exceptionally well, and 
its high melting point is an important safety factor 
in oil refinery service where valves are sometimes 

exposed to accidental fire. 



Crane No. 49 Nickel Alloy 

Crane No. 40 Nickel Alloy is a nickel-base copper 
tin alloy, ha\*ing excellent bearing qualities and 
corrosion resistance. With Brinell number up to 235, 
it withstands wear and erosion at temperatures up 
to 750° F. unusually well. 

The combination of Crane No. 4q Nickel Alloy and 
Crane Exelloy is used in most plug type disc and 
seat constructions in brass and iron valves, and 
resists severe ser\'ices exceptionally well. This com- 
bination used in steel valves (known as "XR" trim) 
has been found particularly satisfactory for steam, 
water, air, or gas lines. 



Cast Silicon Bronze 

Cast Silicon Bronze is a high copper bronze alloy, 
ha\'ing approximately 4% silicon as its most dis- 
tinguishing element. This metal is similar to many 
commercially trade-marked alloys, such as "Ever- 
dur". "Herculoy'\ "Olympic Bronze", "P-M-G 
Metal", "Duronze No. 2", "Cramp No. qq", etc. 
It is characterized both by excellent physical prop- 
erties and by better than average resistance to 
corrosion by a large number of fluids for which the 
brasses are not suitable. 

Cast Silicon Bronze Valves and Fittings are shown 
on pages 443 to 453. The a%erage physical proper- 
ties of this allov are: 

Physical properties at 70° F. Average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 48 000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 25,000 

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18-8 Mo, Monel, Nickel, Exelloy, and SteUite 



Crane 18-8 Mo Alloy Cast Steel 

Crane 18-8 Mo Alloy (18-8 chromium-nickel molyb- 
denum) is an exceptionally high grade stainless steel 
that is highly resistant to corrosion and finds wide 
application in many industries. The addition of 
molybdenum to regular 18-8 chromium-nickel steel 
has been found to increase materially the corrosion 
resistance of this alloy, and, in recognition of this 
fact, Crane Co. has adopted 18-8 Mo in preference 
to other types of 18-8 chromium-nickel steels. 

Valves and fittings made of this material, shown on 
pages 443 to 455, may be recommended for use in 
services handling food products as well as a large 
number of industrial chemicals. 

Crane 18-8 Mo Alloy Steel conforms to and sub- 
stantially exceeds the minimum requirements of 
A.S.T.M. Specification A iq8, Grade B, as shown 
below, and is heat-treated to obtain maximum cor- 
rosion resistance. 

A.S.T.M. Crane 
Physical properties at 70° F. Minimum Average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 70,000 75,000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 30,000 38,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 35 40 

Reduction of area per cent 40 45 

Crane Co. is licensed under Patent No. 1 ,587,614 to manufacture 
valves and fittings made from 18-8'chromium-nlckel alloy with 
2 to 4% molybdenum. 

Cast Monel Metal 

Monel metal is a high strength nickel-copper alloy 
containing approximately two-thirds nickel and one- 
third copper. It has excellent resistance to corrosion 
by many acids, alkalies, salt solutions, food products, 
organic substances, and many other miscellaneous 
fluids. Among non-ferrous alloys, Monel is an out- 
standing material for handling solutions of the 
alkalies and is widely used wherever avoidance of 
copper contamination is not imperative. 

Monel Metal Valves and Fittings are shown on pages 
443 to 453, The average physical properties of this 
alloy are: 

Physical properties at 70" F. Average 

Tensile strength lbs, per sq- in. 67,000 

Yield point .lbs. per sq. in. 35,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 30 

Cast Nickel 

Crane Cast Nickel (commercially pure) contains a 
minimum of 97% nickel, the remainder consisting of 
copper (0.25% maximum), silicon, carbon, man- 
ganese, and iron. It is highly resistant to corrosion 
and finds many applications in the food, textile, 
glue, paint, sugar, bottling, canning, tanning, and 
other industries where the copper content of high 
nickel alloys is considered undesirable. 

Crane Cast Nickel Valves and Fittings are shown on 
pages 443 to 453. The material has the following 
average physical properties; 

Physical properties at 70" F. Average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 55.000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 25,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 20 



Crane Exelloy for Steins 

Crane Exelloy is a specially processed chromium 
iron, having a chromium content of about ix per 
cent and a carbon content of about o.io per cent. 

For valve stems, it is carefully heat-treated to pro- 
vide superior strength and excellent resistance to 
tension, compression, shear, and other strains at- 
tending stem service. It withstands wear unusually 
well and offers liberal resistance to corrosion by 
atmosphere; by mildly alkaline water; and by steam, 
gas, air, oil, and hot oil vapors. 

The remarkable properties of Crane Exelloy as a 
stem material have resulted in its adoption for 
regular use in all Crane Steel VaKes. 

Crane 
Physical properties at 70" F. Minimum Average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq, in. 100,000 115.000 

Yield point lbs. per sq, in. 80,000 90,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 20 22 

Reduction of area per cent 60 65 

Brinell hardness number (range) 225-250 

Charpy impact strength ft. lbs 4U 



Crane Exelloy for Seating Surfaces 

Crane ExeIlo\' for seating surfaces is the same as 
Crane Exelloy for stems, but is heat-treated to 
secure greater hardness — minimum Brinell hardness 
number ranging up to 350, depending upon the valve 
part. With this high hardness — resisting scratch- 
ing, scoring, or indentation by hard particles — is 
combined adequate strength and ductility; excellent 
resistance to wear, seizure, galling, and erosion; and 
high resistance to oxidation and to the corrosi\'e 
action of hot sulfur-bearing oils. 

Crane Exelloy seating surfaces, used in steel valves 
and known as" X" trim, are especially recommended 
for oil and oil vapor. Exelloy combined with Crane 
No. 4Q Nickel Al oy makes an ideal combination for 
steam, water, gas, and similar services. 

Crane Exellov has been more universallv suitable 
for valve seats in oil service than any other single 
material. With its remarkable properties, it is not 
surprising that thousands of tons of it are in valve 
service. 



Crane Stellite Trim 

Crane Stellite trim, used in high pressure-tempera- 
ture steel valves and known as"U" trim, is a cohalt- 
chromium-tungsten alloy. Facings o( this material 
are deposited on steel discs or body seat rings by the 
welding process. 

Stellite is recommended where service conditions 
are especially severe, particularly in modern steam 
power plants operating at elevated temperatures. 
Its extreme hardness when cold (Brinell number 375 
minimum) is maintained almost unimpaired at red 
heat. Stellite withstands corrosion and erosion 
unusually well, and it displays excellent resistance 
to wear, seizure, galling, and abrasion. 





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Cast, Malleable, Alloy, and Ni-Resist Irons 

Crane Cast Irons 

Crane Cas. Uon. .egu^arly P^c^ed i^^^^grades CJt l^^^^^^^^ ^ .SuCl^r^"^ 

Xi,?f1he'rg;aSrc^^^;.^to'a!;!;tcL^dl: :r A^S.T.M. Specfica^n A :.. fo. Class A Cas.n.s. 

mum requirements of the A.S.T.M. Specification perrosteel, used for sections of medium metal thick- 

A 126 for Gray Iron Castings for Valves. Flanges, messes, conforms to the requirements of A.b. 1 .M. 

and Pipe Fittings. Specification A 126 for Class B higher strength Gray 

. , .r Iron Castings. 

Each grade is particularly suited to P^vide umform ^^^^.^^ ^^^^, ^^^_ 

Crane ASTM Crane ASTM Crane High ASTM 

Cast Iron ■ A 126 Ferrosteel A 126 Tensile Iron A 126 

Average Class A Average Class B Average Class U 

. u - 1 h nno 21 000 35 000 3 1 .000 50,000 41,000 

Tensik Strength, pounds per square inch ^o.uuu ^^^ ^ ^^ ^^^^^ 

Transverse Test, load at center, pounds ^.UUU z.zuu ^ , ^^^ ^^^ 

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Crane Malleable Iron is particularly suited for use 
in screwed pipe fittings, valves, and flanges. It is 
characterized by pressure tightness, stiffness, and 
toughness, the latter property being an especially 
valuable one for pipe line materials subjected to 
expansion and contraction stresses and shock. 

This iron has a tensile strength of from 40,000 to 
50,000 pounds per square inch. Through improved 
practices in casting and annealing, a superior line of 
malleable iron products is assured. 



Crane Malleable Iron conforms to the requirements 
of the Tentative A.S.T.M. Specification A iq; for 
Cupola Malleable Iron. 

The comparable ability of malleable iron to resist 
shock or impact as well as bending stresses due to 
piping weight, expansion, etc., is shown in the 
following table. Note that because of their excep- 
tional ductility, the malleable iron and cast steel bars 
were reversed after each blow. 

Tests for Shock and Impact (Bars \"x\"x\3'') 




Malleable Iron Torsional Test Bar 

As pare of routine control in casting and annealing 
malleable iron products, a torsional test is made 
half-hourly during each day's run. 

Crane Alloy Cast Iron 

Crane Alloy Cast Iron, a development of the Crane 
Research Laboratory, is offered to meet the need for 
an iron having better physical properties and resist- 
ance to corrosion when subjected to services where 
ordinary gray iron is not adequate. 

This material, having a nickel low alloy composition, 
is suited for \-alves or fittings in specialized services 
of pulp or paper or petroleum industries. 

Crane Ni-Resist Cast Iron 

Ni-Resist Cast Iron (sometimes called Monel Cast 
Iron) is used as material where the physical properties 
of cast iron suffice but where greater resistance to 
corrosion is required. 

Ni-Resist is an alloy cast iron containing 14% nickel, 
6% copper, and 2.J^% chromium: it has an average 
tensile strength of approximately 25,000 pounds per 
square inch. 



Material 



Blows of a 

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Drop Hammer 

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Test, 

Foot 

Pounds 



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Packing Materials 



C.C. Rubber Sheet Packing 

C.C. Rubber Sheet Packing is a superior grade of 
rubber composition packing, which is manufactured 
solely for Crane Co. This material is exceptionally 
tough, durable, and resilient. It is compounded 
according to a special formula, and it is subjected 
to frequent and careful tests to assure that the high 
quality is strictly maintained. 

C,C. Rubber is available in rolled sheets or finished 
cut gasket shapes. It is recommended for all pres- 
sures in services such as saturated steam, hot and 
cold water, air, and gas. 

C.C. Rubber Sheet Packing, . page 565 

C.C. Rubber Ring Gaskets pages 566 and 567 

Granite Sheet Packing 

Cranite is a superior gasket material prepared from 
selected long fiber asbestos, cross-laminated to secure 
exceptional strength and durability. It has a high 
and uniform compressive strength, does not deteri- 
orate with age, and is ideally suited for use with 
water, air, gas, gasoline, ammonia, steam, and other 
fluids at temperatures up to 750'' F. Cranite has 
been inspected and is listed by the Underwriters' 
Laboratories (National Board of Fire Underwriters), 
Chicago, for use on hazardous liquids. 

Cranite Sheet Packing page 565 

Cranite Ring Gaskets pages 566 to 570 

Cranite Union Gaskets page 571 

Corrugated Metallic Gaskets 

Corrugated metallic gaskets are recommended for 
service where temperatures exceed 750° F. Listed in 
copper, of 27-gauge, and in soft iron, of iz-gauge, 
they should be used with smooth faced flanges only. 
Crane Corrugated Metallic Gaskets are of good qual- 
ity, having proper strength, ductility, and toughness. 

To secure a smaller bearing surface with the resulting 
increase in unit compressive load, the inside diameter 
of these gaskets is made larger than the port diameter 
of the joint, providing assurance of tightness. 

Corrugated Metallic Gaskets pages 567 to 570 



Rings for Ring Joints 

Ring Joints can be utilized as connections for all 
pressure classes of Crane Steel Valves, Fittings, and 
-langes. They require the use of a metal ring, which 

seats in an especially prepared groove in each flange 

face, to seal the joint. 

Crane rings for ring joints are the result of extensive 
research and field and laboratory testing. They are 
of unusually high quality, being purchased under 
exceptionally rigid specifications; each shipment is 

carefully inspected and tested before being admitted 
to stock. 

Crane rings are furnished in three types: Type A, of 
Armco Iron with a maximum Brinell hardness num- 
ber of Qo ; Type B, of 4 to 6% chrome 14% molybde- 
num with a maximum Brinell hardness number of 
130; and Type C. of soft steel with a maximum 
Brinell hardness number of 130. 

Crane rings and ring joints are particularly recom- 
mended for high pressure hydraulic installations and 
for high pressure-temperature steam and hot oi! lines, 
The merits ot the joint are well known; both the 
American Standard (ASA B!be-iQ3Q) and the Amer- 
ican Petroleum Institute (API No. 5-G-} and No. 
600A-3C)) recognized its greater efficiency by assign- 
ing higher ratings to products with this facing than 
to those with other types. 

Rings for Ring Joints page 564 

Composition Discs 

Crane Composition Discs are furnished in a wide 
variety of materials, sizes, and styles. Through 
years of constant study, research, and testing, this 
line of Composition Discs was developed to fill the 
need for suitable renewable type discs in globe and 
angle valves. 

These materials are made for use in steam, hot and 
cold water, oil, air, gas, and gasoline ser\ices. 
Users are urged to choose the type and material 
recommended on page 178, in order to obtain the 
best results. 

Composition Discs page 178 




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Crane Cast Steels 

To provide adequately for the widely varied services The careful and thorough heat treatment given all 
to which steel valves and fittings are subjected, Crane steel castings completely refines the grain, 
Crane Co. regularly produces several different types relieves internal stresses, and imparts superior physi- 
of cast steel. The individual characteristics and cal properties. Regular heat treatments consist of 
recommendations for each are described below and annealing or normalizing and drawing, 
on the opposite page. [^ annealing, the castings, having cooled after pour- 
The Crane steel foundry today is the largest and best ing to a temperature below the critical range, are 
equipped in the valve and fitting industry. It heated to and held at, the annealing temperature for 
includes the latest type of swinging-roof top-charge the proper length of time; they are then allowed to 
electric arc furnaces, modern high frequency electric cool slowly. For normalizing and drawing, the cast- 
induction furnaces, efficient molding and conveying ings. having cooled below the critical range after 
equipment, and exacting laboratory control. These pouring, are heated to and held at, the normalizing 
facilities and foundry procedure produce sound, pres- temperature, after which they are allowed to cool in 
sure tight, and high quality castings in small sizes as still air at room temperature. They are then reheated 
well as large sizes. 1 1 is a complete and unexcelled to and held at, the drawing temperature, finally being 
service to the buyers of steel valves and fittings, allowed to cool in the furnace. 

Crane Carbon Cast Steel 

Crane Carbon Cast Steel is ideally suited for a mul- stantially exceeds the minimum requirements of 
titudeof services that are beyond the scope of bronze A.S.T.M. Specification A q5, covering carbon steel 
or iron. Its superior strength and toughness, and its castings for valves, flanges, and fittings for high- 
resistance to piping strains, vibration, shock, freez- temperature service. 

ing, and damage by fire, afford reliable, protection chemical Composition Min- Max- Crane 

when safety and utility are desired. imum imum average 

, , ^ , , , Carbon per cent 0.15 0.45 0.30 

It is suitable for use on saturated or superheated Manganese percent 0.50 0.85 0.60 

steam, cold or hot water, cold or hot non-corrosive Silicon per cent 0.20 0.45 0.30 

oil, gas, air, or other fluids. Under appropriate pres- Phfphorus percent .... 0.05 0.03 

'^ . , J ..u f . rr r r Sulfur percent 0.06 02 

sures. It may be used with safety on temperatures as 

high as 1 000° F. Physical Properties at 70'' F. ^^in- Crane 

imum average 

When Crane Carbon Cast Steel Valves and Fittings J'^^.sJ'^ strength lbs. per sq. in. 70,000 74,000 

are required for fusion weldmg into the piping, steel ^0^^.^ in 2 inches'. V;.'"^: '.^^rU^t ''''22 ''''28 

with a carbon content not exceeding 0.35% is sup- Reduction of area percent 30 42 

plied, which assures excellent welding qualities. Brinell hardness number 155 

Bend test degrees 90 180 

Crane Carbon Steel castings are carefully heat Charpy impact strength ft, ibs 15 

treated by annealing. . NOTE: In addition, Crane Co. will furnish Carbon Cast Steel 

^ ^ 1 r- c 1 f II complying with the A.S.T.M. Specification A216, fusion 

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Crane No. 4 Carbon-Molybdenum Alloy Cast Steel 

Crane No. 4 Carbon-Molybdenum Cast Steel, con- forms to and substantially exceeds the minimum 

taining approximately J^% of molybdenum, has requirements of A.S.T.M. Specification A 157, 

many unusually desirable characteristics. At room Grade C i, covering allov steel castings for valves! 

temperature, its strength is slightly greater than that flanges, and fittings for service at temperatures frorn 

of Crane Carbon Steel, and this strength is retained 750 to i 100° F. 

to a marked degree at elevated temperatures. At ^. . . ^ ... ,, ^ 

temperatures to ,000° F., its resistance to creep is C*^^--^' Compos.t.on M.n^ Maj. ^ane^ 

equal to that of more highly alloyed steels. Unlike Carbon per cent 0.15 0.30 0.25 

most allo\' steels, its weldahility compares favorably Molybdenum per cent 0.40 0.60 0.50 

with that of carbon steel. Manganese per cent 0.50 0.70 0.65 

Silicon per cent 0,20 45 30 

It is admirably suited for use on steam, water, oil, L^fS*:"™." .y.::::.:.:^ lln\ V o 06 02 

gas, air, or. other services when superior strength and 

toughness are essential. It is especially recom- Physical Properties at 70° F. Min- Crane 

jjfii 1-1 . ^ imum averaee 

mended lor high-pressure, high-temperature service Tensile strength lbs, per sq. in. 70,000 75.000 

when valves and fittings are welded into the piping, ^'eld point lbs, per sq. in. 45^000 50^000 

It is the logical choice for superheated steam lines Elongation in 2 inches per cent 22 28 

at temperatures up to looo" F, ^lZ^!:^urr^.r. . . . . . . "" ^^"^ ..." ,^t 

Crani No. 4 Carbon-Molybdenum Steel castings are CharpjMmpac't strength t^'ib? '^° '2? 

carefully heat treated, by normalizing and drawing. NOTE: In addition, Crane Co. will furnish 'ca^bon-MoIyb- 

Crane No. 4 Carbon-iVlolybdenum Cast Steel con- t::A^:j^^Si:^^'i:C^i:^^- '''^'"''- 



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Crant Caal Steelf (Conf.) 

Crane No, 2 Nickel-Chrome Alloy Cast Steel 

Crane No. 2 Nickel-Chrome Cast Steel possesses ing alloy steel castings for valves, flanges, and 

exceptional strength at both normal and elevated fittings for service at temperatures from 750 to 

temperatures. The molybdenum content enhances 1100° F. 

its toughness and eliminates the danger of embrittle- P^i^. Max- Crane 

ment. No. 2 Steel offers greater resistance to erosion, emica omposi ion imum imum average 

to oxidation or scaling, and to corrosion than do Carbon percent 0.25 0.35 0.30 

Carbon Steel and Carbon-Molvbdenum Steel. Nickel per cent 1 75 2.25 2.00 

Chromium per cent 0.65 0.95 0./5 

It is unusually suited for severe service on oil. gas, Molybdenum per cent 0.20 OJO 0.25 

' ,. i^ . .11 I J Manganese per cent 0.4? UV5 U.OU 

water, or steam hnes. It is especially recommended ^.^.J^ ^^^ ^^^^ 0,20 0.45 0.30 

for high-pressure oil refinery service at temperatures phosphorus per cent .... 0.05 0.03 

up to I ioo° F.. for flow lines in oil and gas fields, and Sulfur per cent — 0.06 0.02 

for oil or gas pipe lines. As heat treatment after ^^ properties at 70° F. Mi- Crane 

welding is essential, it is best adapted to products imum average 

having flanged or threaded ends. All castings are Tensile strength lbs. per sq, in. 100,000 l IJ.^OO 

carefully heat treated, by normahzing and drawing. ^^^^^^^ i^.hesV.'.V."^. .'^."e^cent '''^ '''""o 

CraneNo. z Nickel-Chronne Cast Steel conforms to g^f,",X"rdtrnun,beV. : 1 1 1 : : . ^" ^"^^ ....'° 2^5 

and substantially exceeds the minimum requirements e^nd test degrees 90 180 

of A.S.T.M. Specification A 157, Grade C i i, cover- Charpy impact strength ft. lbs 20 



Crane No. 5 Chrome-Molybdenum Alloy Cast Steel 

Crane No. 5 Chrome-Molybdenum Cast Steel is alloy steel castings for valves, flanges, and 

'unusually strong at normal temperatures and for service at temperatures from 750 to 1 100 

possesses exceptional strength and creep resistance chemical Composition M*"- ^ax- 

at high temperatures. It offers excellent resistance imum imum 

to erosion and to scaling at temperatures up to ^-bo^-^- ■■■■;..■■. -P^^ 0.15 0.30 

iioo°F. It is relatively economical in cost when Molybdenum percent 0.40 0.65 

compared with more highly alloyed steels. Manganese per cent 0.45 0.75 

Silicon per cent 0.20 1 .25 

Crane No 5 Steel is ideal for severe service on steam, Phosphorus per cent .... 0.05 

water, oil, or gas lines, particularly when corrosion Sulfur percent .... 0.06 

resistance is essential as in oil refinery service. Since physical Properties at 70° F. .^''^■ 

heat treatment after vx'elding is necessary, it is best ^^^^..^ ^^^^^^^^ ,^^ p^^ ^^ .^ /o^-q 

adapted to products having flanged or threaded ends, yiei^j p^^^^ 15s. per sq. in. 65,000 

All castings are carefully heat treated by normalizing Elongation in 2 inches per cent 18 

and drawing. Crane No. 5 Cast Steel conforms to Reduction of area. . . percent 30 

diikj uicivv 111^. 7 Bnnell hardness number 

and substantially exceeds the minimum requirements 3^^^ ^est degrees 90 

of A.S.T.M. Specification A 157, Grade C 5, covering Charpy impact strength ft. lbs 



Crane No. 3 Nickel Alloy Cast Steel 

CraneNo. 3 Nickel Cast Steel provides adequate ten- Physical Properties at 70° F. 

sile and impact strength at sub-zero temperatures. ^^^^.,^ ^^^^^^^^ ,^^ p^^ ^q j^ 

It is especially recommended for use at extremely Yield point :..-;■-, lbs. per sq^ in^ 

, '-^ "-^h"-^ " J_ ^ ^ f^^ ^af,-irr«,-ot-irt^ Elongation in 2 inches percent 

low atmospheric temperatures, or for refrigerating ^^^^^^-^^ ^^ ^^^ ^,, ,^„, 

processes down to —100° F., such as in the dewaxing Sharpy impact strength 

of lubricating oil. All castings are carefully heat At 70° F ft. lbs. 

treated, by normalizing and drawing. At -100° F ft. lbs. 



fittings 
°F. 

Crane 
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0.25 
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0.50 
0.60 
0.65 
0.03 
0.02 

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87,000 

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Crane * ^Arctic" Nickel Alloy Cast Steel 

(Patented) 

For sub-zero temperatures substantially lower than Physical Properties at 70° F. 

those for vv.hich Crane No. 3 Nickel Cast Steel is Ten-le strength b. per sq. ,n. 

recommended, Crane Metallu rgists developed Crane ^ eW po.nt lbs. pe^ sq^ ,u^ 

•■Arctic- Nickel Cast Steel. All castings are heat ^'^^.^.^ .Tarea. . : ::;:;:::;:: per cent 

treated to develop the required physical properties ^-^^^p^ j^p^^^ strength 

Inquiries for Crane" Arctic" Nickel Cast Steel should At 70° F ft. Jbs. 

include specifications of the contemplated service. At -175° F It- lbs. 



Minimum 

60,000 

40,000 

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Paralleling the assortment of Cast Steels produced 
by Crane Co. to provide for \\idely varied services, 
is an identical group of Crane Forged Steels. While 
the chemical composition and physical properties ot 
the forged steels are not exactly the same as those ot 
the cast steels, in general characteristics and ulti- 
mate utility the forged material is the full equiva- 
lent of the cast. 



Th" recommendations for Crane Cast Steels and the 
comparisons thereof, are, therefore, equally appli- 
cable to Crane Forged Steels; see pages 6 and /■ 
From the standpoint of life and service there is no 
difference; both are component parts of a complete 
line. Forgings have a highly refined grain, with 
physical properties well in excess of recognized 
minimum requirements. 



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For a greater di\ersity of service. Crane Carbon 
Forged Steel is furnished in two Classes, Class 1 and 
Class II. Class I, with a maximum carbon content 
of 0.30 per cent,, has unusually good welding prop- 
erties and is used for Welding Neck Flanges and for 
Socket-Welding Fittings. Class II, with slightly 
higher carbon content (0.35 per cent maximum) is 
used for all other types of steel flanges and for flange 
unions, yokes on steel valves, etc. 

Crane Carbon Steel forgings possess such a highly 
mechanically refined grain structure and such gen- 
eralh- excellent physical properties that heat treat- 
ment is confined to flanges in the 400-Pound and 
higher steel pressure classes. 

Crane Carbon Forged Steel conforms to A.S.T.M. 
Specification A 105 when heat treated and to A,S. 
T,M. Specification A 181 when not heat treated. 
The Crane average ph\-sical properties, substantially 
exceeding A.S.T.M. minimums, are shown below. 

Physical Properties at 70° F. 

Crane Average 
Class 1 Class 1 1 

Heat As Heat As 

t reat ed forged t reated forged 

Tensile strength, psi 75,000 77,000 80.000 80,000 

Yield point, psi 45.000 46,000 47,000 48,000 

Elongation in 2 inches, %. . . . 32 25 30 25 

Reduction of area, ^c bO 50 55 45 

Brineli hardness number 155 IbO 160 loO 

Chiirpy impact strength, ft, lbs. 25 20 25 20 



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Molybdenum Alloy Forged Steel 

Crane No. 4 Carbon-Molybdenum Forged Steel has 
the same good welding properties, high strength re- 
tention at elevated temperatures, and excellent 
resistance to creep as Crane No. 4 Carbon-Molybde- 
num Cast Steel. Its mechanically refined grain 
structure is further refined by a careful heat treat- 
ment, consisting of normalizing and drawing. 

This steel exceeds the minimum requirements of 
A.S.T.M. Specification A 182., Grade F i. 

Physical Properties at 70'' F. 

Min- Crane 

imum average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 70.000 78,000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 45,000 50,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 25 30 

Reduction of area per cent 35 60 

Brineli hardness number 155 

Charpy impact strength ft. lbs 30 



Crane No. 2 Nickel- 
Chrome Alloy Forged Steel 

Crane No. 1 Nickel-Chrome Forged Steel has the 
same superior high temperature properties and re- 
sistance to corrosion, erosion, and scaling as the cast 
variety. The mechanical refinement of grain struc- 
ture by the forging process is supplemented by a 
heat treatment consisting of a quench and draw. 

Physical Properties at 70° F. 

Min- Crane 

imum average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 100,000 115,000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 70,000 85,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 18 20 

Reduction of area per cent 50 60 

Brineli hardness number 235 

Charpy impact strength ft. lbs 25 

Crane No. 5 Chrome- 
Molybdenum Alloy Forged Steel 

- 

Crane No. 5 Chrome-Molybdenum Forged Steel, like 
the cast material, offers unusually high retention of 
strength on elevated temperature service, superior 
corrosion resistance, and excellent resistance to ero- 
sion and scaling. All forgings are carefully heat 
treated, by normalizing and drawing. 

This steel exceeds the minimum requirements of 
A.S.T.X'I. Specification A i8i. Grade F 5. 

Physical Properties at 70° F. 

Min- Crane 

imum average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 90,000 100.000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 65,000 75.000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 22 25 

Reduction of area per cent 50 60 

Brineli hardness number 200 

Charpy impact strength ft. lbs 35 



Crane No. 3 Nickel Alloy Forged Steel 

Crane No. 3 Nickel Forged Steel is characterized by 

its outstanding suitability for service on sub-zero 

temperatures. All forgings of this steel are carefully 
heat treated, by normalizing and drawing. 

Physical Properties at 70° F. 

Min- Crane 

imum average 

Tensile strength lbs. per sq. in. 62,500 68.000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 36,000 42,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 25 35 

Reduction of area .per cent 40 60 

Charpy impact strength 

At 70° F ft. lbs. 15 35 

At -100° F ft. lbs. 15 20 






Meiah and Materials [Cont^) 



CRANE 



Bolting Materials 



In the manufacture of Crane Valves and in bolting flanged valves, 
fittings, and flanges together to form a complete piping system, 
four classes of bolting materials are regularly used. These materials, 
open hearth steel, cold rolled steel, chrome-molybdenum steel, and 
chrome-molybdenum-vanadium steel, are described as follows: 

Machine Bolts and Bolt-Studs 



Bolts and studs for temperatures up to 500° F. are 
made from steel complying with A.S.T.M. Specifica- 
tion A 107, Open Hearth free-cutting grade, having 
the following physical properties: 

Physical Properties at 70° F. Minimum 

Tensile strength lbs, per sq. in. 60,000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 35,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 25 

Reduction of area per cent 50 

Nuts regularly used with machine bolts or studs are 
made from free-cutting or resulfurized nut stock 
which conforms to A.S.T.M. Specification A 107. 



Studs and bolt-studs for temperatures up to 500° F., 
primarily for high pressure hydraulic service, are 
made from cold rolled steel complying with A.S.T.M. 
Specification A 108, Open Hearth free-cutting grade, 
having the following physical properties: 

Physical Properties at 70° F. Minimum 

Tensile strength Ibs- per sq. in. 70,000 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 60,000 

Elongation in 2 inches per cent 18 

Reduction of area per cent 45 

Nuts regularly used on cold rolled stee! studs and 
bolt-studs are cold made of material in accordance 
with A.S.T.M. Specification A 107. 



Alloy Steel Bolt-Studs 

Crane Co. pioneered in the development of alloy steel bolting. 
For yearSj Crane Triplex Steel was recognized as the highest quality 
bolting material available, and today, still ranks well with the 
best steels obtainable. With the introduction of Crane 'I'emplex 
Steel, the culmination of a long, patient, exhaustive, and compre- 
hensive study, Crane Co. again offers an outstanding bolting mate- 
rial, unsurpassed for high-pressure high-temperature services. 





Crane Triplex Steel 

Crane Triplex Steel, a chrome-molybdenum steel 
having marked stability, retains its strength unu- 
sually well at elevated temperatures. It offers better 
resistance to creep than most high grade alloy steel 
bolting materials. Responding readily to heat treat- 
ment, it is carefully processed to secure liberal 
strength, hardness, and other desirable properties. 

The uniformly satisfactory results secured with 
Triplex Steel Bolt-Studs in thousands of steel valve 
and fitting installations, many of which — particu- 
larly in oil refineries — have been operating under 
extreme pressures and temperatures, is a fitting 
testimonial of their excellence. Crane Triplex Steel 
is regularly used for the bonnet bolting of Crane 
"XR" and"X'" trimmed steel valves. 

The steel is specially heat treated by quenching and 
drawing, producing a dense, uniform, and fine grain 
with superior physical properties. 

Crane Triplex Steel substantially exceeds the mini- 
mum requirements of A.S.T.M. Specifications A qb, 
for Class C Bolting, and A 193, Grade B 7. 



Physical Properties at 70° F. 



Tensile strength. . .lbs. per sq. in. 

Yield point lbs. per sq. in. 

Elongation in 2 inches. . , per cent 

Reduction of area per cent 

Brinell hardness number (range). 260-320 



Min- 
imum 
125,000 
105,000 
16 
?0 



Crane 

Triplex 

average 

1?4,000 

116.000 

20.5 

57 

270-300 



Crane 

Templex 

average 

145,000 

118,000 

20 

57 

285-320 



Crane Templex Steel 

Crane Templex Steel is a chrome-molybdenum- 
vanadium alloy, recently developed by Crane Co. 
Its unusual strength and remarkable stability at 
ele\ated temperatures is the result ot the molybde- 
num and vanadium combined with special heat 
treatment. Crane Templex Steel has greater re- 
sistance to creep than any other bolting steel offered 
on the market today. 

For exceptionally high temperature ser\-ice, this 
steel is ideal. It is regularly used in the bonnet bolt- 
ing of Crane "U"' trimmed steel valves. 

The secret of the superiority of Crane Templex Steel 
lies in the exacting heat treatment de\eloped by 
Crane laboratories. In addition to uniform grain and 
excellent physical properties, it produces a definite 
carbide size in the microstructure of the material, 
resulting in maximum creep resistance. 

Crane Templex Steel substantially exceeds the mini- 
mum requirements of A.S.T.M. Specifications A 9b, 
for Class C Bolting, and A iq3, Grade B 14. 

Nuts for Alloy Steel Bolt-Studs 

Crane Triplex and Templex Steel Bolt-Studs are 
regularly fitted with hot forged, medium carbon. 
oil-quenched nuts, made to .'Xmerican Standard 
Semi-Finished Heavy Hexagon dimension, ASA 
BiS.i. Having a Brinell hardness number of 250 
minimum, they are capable of developing the full 
strength of the stud. They conform to A.S.T.M. 
Specifications A q6, Class i, and A 194, Class 2 H. 




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Marking of Crane Products 



The marking and identification of Crane Products conforms to 
the Manufacturers Standardization Society Standard Marking 
System for Val\es, Fittings, Flanges, and Unions (MSS SP-25). 



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Distinguishing Marks 



All product is marked for identification with either the name 
"CRANE", the letter "C", or the letters "CC", depending on 
the size and type of the article as well as the method of manu- 
facture. In addition, certain unions and union fittings have 
specific marking, such as "RAILROAD", etc. Unions, fittings. 
and valves made in accordance with the specifications adopted 
by the American Association of Railroads are marked with 
either the letters "ARA" or "AAR". 



Designation of Material 



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Cast iron product has no marking indicating the 
material. 

Ma]leul)le iron product is marked with either the 
letters "Mr" or "MALL", except for Standard Mal- 
leable Iron Screwed Fittings which can be dis- 
tinguished from the Standard Cast Iron bv the open 
crotch between the bands in place of joining bands, 
and unions or union fittings which are not made in 
cast iron and cannot be confused. 

Brass product can be readily distinguished from cast 
iron by its color, and therefore has no material 



marking, except special bronze alloys which have 
special markings. 

Steel product is all marked with the word "STEEL", 
which definitely distinguishes it from cast iron. In 
addition, alloy steels are marked with a symbol to 
identify the alloy. Steel castings of pressure con- 
taining parts have the heat nupiber stamped on a 
raised pad. 

Cast stainless steels and other corrosion resistant 
alloys have special markings. 



Designation of Service Pressure Ratings 



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The recommended pressure ratings for each line of 
goods illustrated in this catalog are specified on 
the page where listed. Nearlv all of the product with 
the exception of Gas Stops. Low Pressure Brass 
Valves and Standard Screwed Fittings, are marked 
with the recommended basic working pressure. 

Where the numerals are not followed by any suffix 
symlx)ls. they represent the basic steam Service 
pressure rating at the maximum temperature which 
IS given ior the line on the corresponding page of this 
catalog or. where the maximum temperature is not 
specified, at the temperature of saturated steam. 

Ammonia Valves and Fittings are an exception to 
the foregoing in that they are marked " 300" without 



any suffix symbol to indicate ammonia service 
pressure. Valves with leather or rubber faced discs 
are another exception in that thev use bodies regu- 
larly marked with a basic steam rating, yet should 
only be used on the serx-ice for which this type of disc 
lace is recommended. 

•^r^"?-"^^^ numerals are followed by the letters 
_ wuu . they represent the water, oil. or gas serv- 
ice pressure ratmg at or near atmospheric tempera- 
ture. W here two sets of numerals are shown the 
^^^^'^J^'"'''^^ pressure is followed by the letter "S" 

tettr.-ZJn^-'''^'^' ^^' '^'^'^" pressure, by the 
letters WUL, . Test pressure marking, where 
used, IS followed by the word "TEST". 



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Air Testing 




The fact that many of our products are recom- 
mended for water, oil, and gas does not necessarily 
indicate that all of those products are air tested. It 
has been found commercially that our regular stock 
valves have pro^'en quite generally satisfactory for 
gas service without an air test, and therefore when 
an air test is required^ it must be definitely specified. 



Any valves that are to be used for air, gas, or very 
volatile fluids and where absolute tightness is of 
essential importance, should be ordered air tested 
unless the catalog definitely states that they are 
regularly air tested. 

All valves which are air tested are provided with 
protectors placed over the openings. 



Hydrostatic and Shock Working Pressures 



All valves, fittings, and flanges in this catalog are 
suitable for the liquid working pressures given, only 
when used in hvdraulic installations in which shock 
is absent or negligible. 

The sudden closure of a valve in a hydraulic system 
causes the body of liquid, which may be mo\ing at a 
rate generally in excess of i foot per second, to stop 
instantaneously. As a liquid is relatively incom- 
pressible, the effect of the sudden cessation of flow is 
to raise the pressure considerably above the static 
working pressure. This increase in pressure is called 
"SHOCK" and may, in some cases, be sufficient to 
cause valves or piping to fail. 

The increase in pressure due to shock is not depend- 
ent upon the working pressure of the system but upon 
the velocity with which the liquid is flowing. For 
example: An installation having a working pressure 
of loo pounds per square inch with a velocity of 3 
feet per second will be subject to the same increase 
in pressure due to instantaneous closure of a valve as one 



having a working pressure of 1000 pounds per square 
inch and the same velocity. 

Shock is generally prevalent in lines which are 
equipped with check valves, quick closing valves, or 
in lines supplied by reciprocating pumps. Shock, 
however, may also be produced in any line to a lesser 
degree by the rapid closure of regular globe or gate 
valves, and it is therefore recommended that care 
must always be used in closing valves in lines trans- 
porting liquids. 

It is recommended that, where shock is likely to 
occur, the maximum shock pressure be added to the 
working pressure of the line to determine the work- 
ing pressure of the vah'es, fittings, or flanges which 
should be used. 

It is also recommended that all hydraulic installa- 
tions be equipped with air chambers or other types 
of shock absorbers to eliminate, as much as possible, 
the increase in pressure due to shock. 



Increase In Pressure Due to Expansion of Liquids 





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If a vessel is completely filled with a liquid so that 
there is no space available for volumetric expansion, 
any rise in temperature of the liquid will cause an 
increase in internal pressure. This increase in pres- 
sure is due to the tendency of the liquid to change in 
volume, and as liquids are relatively incompressible, 
the pressure builds up rapidly with only a slight 
change in temperature. The rise in temperature may 
be due to the sun's rays or to an increase in atmos- 
pheric temperature. 



Crane Co. has conducted tests which indicate that 
when vessels are completely filled with fuel oil of 
33*^ A. P. I., a temperature rise of or\^ degree Fahren- 
heit causes the internal pressure to increase approxi- 
mately 75 pounds per square inch. 

It isrecommended, therefore, where valvesare ins tailed 
in lines carrying liquids (particularly oil), that some 
means be employed to prevent entrapping the liquid 
in the valve bonnet, to eliminate the possibility of 
pressure building up due to a rise in the temperature. 



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7"Ae kr^owledge and faciliiies of Crane engineering and research 
extend far heyond the abbreviated treatise on metals and mate- 
rials shown on the preceding pages. Through years of untiring 
research and critical stud); of new developments, a Wealth 
of data has been accumulated which forms an integral part 
of Crane service. Users confronted with unusual problems 
pertinent to the control of fluids are invited to avail them- 
selves of this source of information and to refer to the many 
Crane technical publications on specialized subjects. Inquiries 
concerning the users' needs are rendered careful consideration. 



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Brass Gate Valves 



Names of parts page 14 

Low Pressure Valves page 1 5 

Standard Valves, Rising Stem pages 16 and 17 

Standard Valves, Non-Rising Stem .page 16 

15'0-Pound Valves, Rising Stem page iq 

150-Pound Valves, Non-Rising Stem page 19 

200-Pound Valves, Rising Stem pa^e 20 

200-Pound Valves, Non-Rising Stem page 21 

200-Pound Valves, Outside Screw and Yoke page 21 

300-Pound Valves, Rising Stem page 2> 

300-Pound Valves, Non-Rising Stem page 22 

350-Pound Valves page 24. 

Valves with Lock Shield page 16 



The Crane line of Brass Gate Valves includes a valve for every 
commercial requirement. The uniformly superior quality that 
distinguishes all Crane products has been maintained in this 
line. Excellence of design, high grade materials, and work- 
manship of the highest order assure dependability in service. 

Other types of brass valves, supplementing the gate valves 
indexed above, are shown on the following pages; 




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Brass Globe and Angle Valves. pages 25 to 50 

Brass Check and Foot Valves pages )! to 63 

Brass Hose Valves pages 70 and 7 1 

Brass Lever-Operated Quick-Opening Valves. . .pages 66 to 6q 
Brass Radiator Valves pages jy to 81 



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The lists shown above do not include all Crane Brass Valves. 
Brass Valves that perform a special duty or those made for 
special services such as Float Valves, Pop Safety Valves, Relief 
Valves, Pressure Regulators, Pressure Reducing Valves, 
Solder-Joint Valves, and Valves for Marine Service are de- 
scribed in other sections of this catalog. Refer to the index. 



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Names of Parts 

Brass Gate Valves 





Wheel Nut 



' Wheel 



Stem 



Packing Nut 

Gland 

Packing 

Stuffing Box 
Bonnet 



Disc 



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Body 



Non-Rising Stem 
Wedge Disc Gate Valve 

(No- 4491/2, p. 15) 




Wheel Nut 



Wheel 



Stem 



Packing Nut 



Packing 



Bonnet 



Double Disc 



Disc Wedge 



Body 



Rising Stem 
Double Disc Gate Valve 

(No. 440, p. 16) 



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Wheel Nut 



Wheel 



Stem 



Packing Nut 



Gland 



Packing 



Bonnet 



Disc 




Body 



Rising Stem 
Wedge Disc Gate Valve 

(No. 431, p. 19) 










Identification Plate 




Wheel Nut 



Wheel 
Packing Nut 

Gland 

Packing 

Stem 

Bonnet 

Union 
Bonnet Ring 

Disc 

Body 
Seat Rings 

Body 



Rising Stem, Union Bonnet 

Wed^e Disc Gate Vahx 

With Renewable Seats 

(No. 423, p_ 20) 




Wheel Nut 



Wheel 



em 



Packing Nut 



Gland 



Packing 



Wheel 



Yoke Sleeve 



Stem 



Gland 



Packing 



Yoke Bonnet 



Stuffing Box Stem Ring 



Bonnet 



Disc 



Body 



Disc Pin 



Disc 



Body 




Non-Rising Stem 
Wedge Disc 
Gate Valve 

(No. 458, p, 21) 



Outside Screw and Yokp 
Wedge Disc 
Gate Valve 

(No. 459, p, 21) 



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Low Pressure Brass Gate Valves 



Wedge 



Non-Rising Stem 




WORKING PRESSURES 

100 pounds steam " 
125 pounds water, 200° F. 
125 pounds cold oil or gas 




No. 4491/2 Valves: The No. 4493^ are well-constructed 
valves. They will give good results where working con- 
ditions are not severe, and are recommended for general 
shut-off valve ser\'ice on low pressure steam and water 
lines. They are well suited for heating systems, city 
water, low pressure condensation return lines, and similar service. 

Their body, bonnet, wedge disc, and stem are made of brass. 

Repacking: The stuffing box is equipped with a brass gland. The valves, 
when wide open, can be repacked while under pressure. 

List Prices, Each, and Dimensions 




Cross Section 
No. 4491/2 



No. 4491/2 
Screwed 



iJize Inches V4 % 


V2 


V4 1 


IV4 


v/2 2 


No. 4491/2, Screwed 1.20 1.20 


1.30 


1.50 2.00 


2.65 


3.55 s.oo 


r^. End to end 13^ 113/,^ 


l^Vie 


2 2yi6 


2yi6 


2% 3 


;^ ^r.nU^. <-enter to top of wheel ! S^A 3^A 


33/4 


41/2 51/4 


53/4 


6V2 75/8 


Diameter of wheel 2I/4 2V4 


21/4 


2% 3 


33/8 


3^4 41/4 



Low Pressure Valves with Bolted Bonnet 

WORKING PRESSURES 

100 pounds steam 
125 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



Nos. 4436 and 4437 Valves: 

The No. 4436 and No. 4437 
Valves are Of liberal proportions 
throughout. They are recom- 
mended for the same service as 
the valves shown above. 

The valves have a body, bolted 
bonnet, non-rising stem, wedge 
disc, and renewable body seat 
rings made of brass. The stuff- 
ing box is deep, is filled with a 
high grade packing, and on sizes 
23^ to lo-inch is equipped with 
a bolted gland (the z-inch size 
has a screwed type stuffing box 







No. 4436, Screwed 

With Indicator 

(Also furnished 
without Indicator) 



and a gland). 

The valves are regularly furnished with an indicator 
to show whether the valve is open or closed. When 
so ordered, valves without indicator will be furnished. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged valves: End flanges and drilling conform 



Cross Section 
No. 4436 

With indicator 

Unless otherwise ordered, the No. 4436 and No. 
4437 Valves are always furnished with indicator. 



No. 4437, Flanged No. 4437, Flanged 

With indicator Without Indicator 



to the MSS I 50-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard 
(No. SP-2-1937). They are plain faced with two 
V-shaped concentric grooves between the port and 
the bolt holes. Prices include drilling to the MSS 
150-Pound Standard, and spot facing; no deduction 
is made if valves are ordered faced only. Full face 
gaskets should be used; see page ^by. 



List Prices, Each, and Dimensions 



Size Inches 2 21/2 | 3 3V2 4 S 6 8 10 


No 44'?fi Si-rpwprJ 


With Indicator 40.00 50.00 65.00 80.00100.00 


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Without Indicator 38.00 4i.00 63.00|7: . 00! 98.00 j 


No. 4437, Flanged 


With Indicator 50.00 60. 00!75. 00 90.001110. 00 160.00 210.00 325.00 425.00 


F. D. & S. F. 


Without Indicator 48.00 58.00 73.00[88.00 108.00 155.00 205. 00'320. 001420. 00 




End to end 4Vi6 Si/g | 6 61/4 61/2 " | 


T^" 


Face to face 4% 5 51/2 6 61/2 7 71/2 ^V2 ^Vi 


Dim en- 

G1 fW\C 


Center to 

top of stem 


With Indicator 9^A IIV2 I33/4 HVg 16 I8V4 ! 20 25 30 


aiuils 

in 


Without Indicator 8% 101/4 nVg 12y8 U% I6V2 ISVs 23yR 28Vh 


Inches 


Diameter of wheel 41/2 6 7 7 8 9 9 10 12 




Diameter of flanges 6 7 7y2 8V2 9 10 11 13 V2 16 




Thickness of flanges 1/2 Vie % "/ifi "/ifi ^A ^Vis »Vii; 1 



Other types of 
JLow Pressure 
Brass Gate 
Valves: 

Marine, p, 466 
Radiator, p. 80 
Solder -Joint . . . 
p. 504 



Templates 

for drilling, 

see page SSO. 



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Standard Brass Gate Valves 





Wedge Disc 
Non-Rising Stem 



Double Disc 
Rising Stem 



WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 
200 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 





Unless 

otherwise 

ordered, 

valves with 

wheels are 

always 
furnished. 





Cross Section 
No. 438 



No. 438 No. 438 

Screwed Screwed 

with Wheel with Lock Shield 



No. 440 No. 440 

Screwed Screwed 

with Wheel with Lock Shield 




Cross Section 
No. 440 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



% 



% 



Vz 



Vi 



No. 438 or No. 440 



With Wheel 



1 1% ly. 



With Lock Shield 



21/2 



Each 



Each! 2,40 I 2-40 | 2.60 1 3.30 I 4.40 l~6T00 8.00 11.00 19.00128.00 



Dimensions 

in 

Inches 



No. 438 



End to end 



3-25 I 4.10 1 5.50 7.50 llO.OO 13.75 



Center to top of wheel 



Center to top of lock shield 



W4 .nViel 2 [ 2V4 |2iMfi| 3 [ 3V4 i3i Vi^T^WWMb 



Diameter of wheel 



3y4 I 33/4 I 4Vi6 I 434 I 5% I eVz ! 71/4 85/. 



No. 440 



End to end 



33/4 I 43/8 I 51/4 ' 61A I 73/8 ! 83/ 



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m i IV4 I 2Vi6 i 2Vi6 ; 23/4 I 31/16 [ 3% I 4Vifi I 43/, I 53/, 



1% I W*\T% I 21/8 I 21/2 ': 23/4 I 3 I 31A 14V,. 14V,. 



Center to top of wheel, open ' 41/4 [ 41/4 ! 43^ ; 5V^ '[ 7 ; 83/^ 



Center to top of lock shield 



Diameter of wheel 



^Vz I 51/8 [ 61/8 [ 71/2 I 



^Va I llVs-l 1 41/4 I61/2 
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For list prices of keys for Loch Shield Valves, see page 177. 



IV4 : 13/4 ! 21/16 I 2Vi6 I 23/4 [ 31/6 ! 3% [ 4iX7R^ 5% 



Service recommendations : These \ alves are more 

rugged than is usual with "Standard" valves. All 
parts are liberally proportioned to assure a high 
factor of safety against pressure, operating strains, 
and expansion and contraction of piping. 

The valves are recommended for general ser\-ice on 
steam, water, oil, or gas lines. 

Both the No. 438 and the NIo. 440 Valves are regu- 
larly furnished with wheels. When orders so specify, 
they will be furnished with lock shield. 

Materials: All parts are made of brass, except the 
wheel which is made of malleable iron. 



No, 438 Valves: The No. 438 Valves have a uedge 
disc and a non-rising stem. The stuffing box is 
equipped with a gland. 

No- 440 Valves: The No. 440 Valves have a rising 
stem, a double disc, and parallel seats. The double 
disc IS guided in the body. When closing the last 
turn of the wheel forces the discs against the seats- 
when opening, the first turn of the wheel releases the 
discs from the seats. 

Repacking: The No, 438 and No. 440 Valves when 
wide open, can be repacked while under pressure. 
Flanged valves: For flanged valves, see page lo. 



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Gate, Screwed 

with 

Comptosition Wheel 



Rising Stem Valves 
With Special Wheels and Special Finish 

fratedU^'h'i'h T"'^^ T^vf"^' ^^^ '^' ^'>'^^ °^ ^^■^^- "-^^ v^^^es illus- 
shown above. "" " ^'^^ "'' '^' ^"^" ^^ ^^^ ^o. 440 Valves 

Lw^'^Vrx^T.^.^TK^,''''''''" °' ^ ^'^^^ ^^'^^^' ^"d ^'■^ "^^de to order 

bodv ■ rlu?h hnH t f '? ^ T'^"-^ ^^ ^P^^^^' fi^'^I^^s s^^h as rough 

body, rough body, nickel-plated; polished; polished and nickel-plated- 
and polished and chromium-plated. piatea. 

Orders should specify the style of wheel and finish desired. 

Prtce. and dimensions will he furnished on application. 




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with 
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Standard Brass Gate Valves 



Rising Stem 



Solid Wedse Disc 



Double Wedge Disc 




WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 
200 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 




FEATURES 

Solid or Double Wedge Disc 

Slip-On Disc-Stem Connection 

Rising Stem 




Cross Section 
No. 428 



No. 428 
Screwed 




No. 430 

Screwed 



Cross Section 
No. 430 



List Prices, Each 



Size 




Inches 


Va 


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V2 


3/4 


1 


iy4 


IV2 




2 


2V2 


3 


No, 


428, 
430, 


with Solid Wedge Disc 


" 


2.40 


2.40 


2.60 


3.30 


4.40 


6.00 


8.00 


11 


.00 


19.00 


28 


00 


No. 


with Double Wedge Disc 




2.40 


2.40 


2.60 


3.30 


4.40 


6.00 


8.00 


11 


.00 


19.00 


28 


00 



These are new Standard Brass Gate \'ah'es. Rugged- 
ly constructed and accurateiy designed throughout, 
they offer the user of brass \al\es dependable serv- 
ice o\er a long period of time. 

Made with either a solid or a double disc, which is 
tapered to provide tight, easy seating in the body, 
the valves are ideal for general service on steam, 
water, oil. or gas hnes. 

In addition to the No. 428 and No. 430, the Crane 
line of Standard Brass Gate Valves with rising stem 
includes the No. 440 Double Disc VaU'es shown on 
page 16. The completeness of the Crane line allows 
the user to choose a valve best suited for his particu- 
lar requirements. 

Construction: The valves are of the inside screw 
rising stem type. They are liberally proportioned 
to assure a high factor of safety against pressure. 
operating strains, and expansion and contraction oi 
piping. 

With the exception of the discs, the No. 428 and 
No. 430 Valves use the same parts. 

No. 428 Valves: The No. 428 Valves have a solid 
wedge disc. The disc slips onto a strong head on the 
stem end. It is accurately guided in the body to 



pre\-ent contact between the seating surfaces until 
the valve is practically closed. The disc is reversible 
in the body. 

The stuffing box is deep and is equipped with a 
gland. It is filled with high grade packing. 

No. 430 Valves: The No. 430 Valves have a double 
wedge disc which is re\ersible in the body. The disc. 

illustrated at the right, is care- 
fully designed and machined to 
assure positive, easy operation. 
The disc -stem connection is the 
same as in the No. 428 VaK'es. 

When closing, the last turn of the wheel forces the 
discs against the seats; when opening, the first turn 
of the wheel releases the discs from the seats. Long 
disc guides provide accurate seating. 

The stuffing box is deep and is equipped with a gland. 
It is filled with high grade packing. 

Materials: All parts are made of brass with the 
exception of the wheel. The wheel is made of malle- 
able iron. 

Repacking: The valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 




Dimensions, in Inches 



Size Inches Vi 


% 


Vz 


5/4 


1 


ly* 1V2 


2 


2V2 


3 




End to end I^^ 


nVl6 


2 


2V4 


2»Vl6 


3 31/4 


3^ V16 


4V4 


41V16 


No. 428 or No- 430 


Center to top of valve, open SVg 


5V8 


51/2 


6% 


7yg 


9y2 10% 


nVs 


153/8 


i7y8 




Diameter of wheel 13^ 


l'/4 


2Vl6 


2Vl6 


2V4 


3Vi6 35/8 


4Vl6 


43/4 


53/8 



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Commercial buildings of ail types choose Crane 
equipment for dependable control of service lines 




Crane valves and fittings are standard in the 
piping systems of many automotive plants. 






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Crane brass gate valves ser\'e many uses in food packing plants 



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Se-w/age disposal plants find that Crane prod- 
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Machinery builders are important 
users of Crane valves and fittings. 



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150-Pound Brass Gate Valves 



Wedge Disc 



Non-Rising Stem 



Rising Stem 




WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 
Screwed valves — 300 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
Flanged valves — 225 pounds cold water, oil. or gas, non-shock 





Oii' 






Cross Section 

Non-Rising Stem 

No_ 437 
and No. 4381/2 



Non-Rising Stem Non-Rising Stem 

No. 437 No- 437V2 

and No. 438^^ Flanged 

Screwed 

List Prices, Each 



Rising Stem 

No- 431 

Screwed 



Rising Stem 

No, 429 

Flanged 



Cross Section 
Rising Stem 

No. 431 



Size 


Inches '4 


% 


Vi 


^4 


1 PA 


IVz 2 


2V2 


3 


No. 437, Screwed 


1 3.20 


3.20 


3.60 


4.20 


5.80 8.00 


10.00 16.00 


26.00 


38.00 


No. 4371/2, Flanged, F. D. & S.F. ! 






' 20.00 


23.00 27.00 


33.00 56.00 


72.00 


90.00 


No. 431, Screwed 


3.20 


3.20 


3.60 


4.20 


5.80 8.00 


10.00 16.00 


26.00 


38.00 


No. 429, Flanged, F.D. & S.F. 


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20.00 


23,00 I 27.00 


33.00 56.00 


72.00 


90.00 


No. 438V2, Screwed 


3.60 


4.20 


5 80 1 8.0O ! 


10.00 16.00 







Service recommendations: These valves are rec- 
ommended for steam, water, oil, or gas where the 
service requires a heavier construction than found in 
Standard valves. 

No. 437 and No. 4371/2 Gate Valves: The No. 437 
and No. 437}^ are non-rising stem valves. They are 
more massive and are heavier in construction than 
the No. 438 Standard Wedge Disc Gate Valves, 
shown on page 16. 

They have a gland in the stuffing box, and when wide 
open can be repacked while under pressure. 



No. 42Q are rising stem valves. Their solid wedge 
disc slips onto the stem, and is accurately guided in 
the body. 

The valves have a gland in the stuffing box, and when 
wide open can be repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged valves : End flanges conform to the 
MSS 1 50-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard 
(No. SP-2-ic:)37). They are plain faced, with t\\o 
V-shaped concentric grooves between the port and 
the bolt holes. Prices include drilling to the MSS 
150-Pound Standard, and spot facing; no deduction 
is made if valves are ordered faced only. 




No. 431 and No. 429 Gate Valves: The No. 43 1 and Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 

Dimensions, in Inches 



Size V4 3/8 Vi % 1 1 V4 1 Vi 2 21/2 3 


VT ^ '^ T 


End to end, No. 437 H/g Ps/ie 21/8 23/8 ZYg 33/i6 J SVis ^V^ ^Vz ^^^Ae 


No. 437 
and 

No. 4371/2 


Face to face, No. 4371/2 3 3^/s 3% 4^A 51/2 6V2 


71/2 
11 Vs 

5% 
41V16 


Center to top of wheel 33^ 33/4 41/16 43/4 SS/g 6I/2 71/4 8% 10 




Diameter of wheel 1% 1 Wa 2i/i6 2Vi6 23/4 3Vi6 35/g 41/16 43/4 


V.T Jit 


End to end, No. 431 V/s 115/ig 21/8 23/8 27/8 3^Aq 3Vig SVs 4V2 


No. 431 


Face to face, No. 429 1 3 3% 3% ^% Si/a 6V2 71/2 


No. 429 


Center to top of wheel, open Sl/g SVg 51/2 6% 7Vs 91/2 lOT/g ' ISVs ^5% 17% 




Diameter of wheel IV4 Wl ^Vu 2Vl6 2^4 3Vi6 3% 4i/i6 42/4 


53/8 


Flange 


Diameter of flanges 37/3 41/4 45/8 5 6 7 


71/2 



dimensions 


Thickness of flanges 11/32 % i^/jg Vie Vz V16 


% 



I /" 



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1 1 



ItWI 

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JVp, 438y2 — See dimensions of No. 438, page 16, size range y^' to 2 



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Templates for drilling. . page 550 



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200-Pound Brass Gate Valves 

Wedge Disc — Rising Stem 





Screwed valves 
Flanged valves 




Cross Section 
*No. 422 



Size 



*No. 422 *No. 4221/2 

Screwed Flanged 

Crane Nickel Alloy Disc — Rising Stem 

Integral Seats 

List Prices, Each 



WORKING PRESSURES 

200 pounds steam, 500° R 

400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas. non-shock 

150 pounds steam, 500° F. 

225 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



Atr Tested 

FEATURES 

Union or Bolted Bonnet 

Nickel Alloy 
■ Solid Wedge Disc 

Nickel Alloy 

Renewable Seats 

In No. 423 Valves 

Slip-On 
Disc-Stem Connection 

Interchangeable Parts 






Cross Section 
*No. 423 



*No. 423 
Screwed 

Crane Nickel Alloy Disc — Rising Stem 
Crane Nickel Alloy Renewable Seats 



No. 422, Screwed, Integral Seats 

No. 4221/2, Flanged, P.P. & S.F., IntegTiFsi^ 
No. 423, Screwed, Renewable Seats 



Inches 



1/4 



% 



V2 



3/4 



1 I IV4 I 11/2 



21/2 



3.90 13.90 4.b0[ 5.601 8.00 ;iQ.OO|13.20|2l':50T3r:oor^fl:nn 



No. 422 and No. 4221/2 Valves: The No. 422 and 

No. 422J4 are high quality brass gate valves Ex- 
ceptionally sturdy and dependable, they will give 
excellent service on ordinary steam, water, oil, or gas 
Jines^ Ihe valves have a Crane Nickel Alloy Disc" 
the body seat rings are integral with the body. 

No 423 Valves : The No. 423 have renewable seats 
and otherwise are similar to the No. 422. The renew- 
able seats and the disc are Crane Nickel Alloy The 
valves are particularly recommended for severe 
service on steam, water, oil, or gas lines. 

Construction: These are inside screw, rising stem 
valves. Their solid wedge disc slips onto a strong 
head on the stem end. The disc is accurately guided 
in the body to prevent contact between the seating 
surfaces until the valve is practically closed. "^ 

All parts are interchangeable. The bodies however 
are not interchangeable in a line, the No. 423 having 
slightly longerend to end dimensions than theNo. 422 
Materials: Bodies and bonnets are made of Crane 
Special Brass, a high grade steam composition The 
stems are also made of r- ■ 

brass. Crane Nickel Al- 
loy, used for the seats 
and discs, is especially 
resistant to wear. 

Stuffing box: The 

stuffing box is large and 
deep, and is filled with 
high grade packing; sizes 
H-inch and larger are 
equipped with a gland. 



:^-— 23.00,28.00 33. 00|43.00|62. 00 185. 00 1110. nn 

3.9 0|3 .90|4TbU| 5.601 8.00 [10. 00113. 20i2lT50! 3 KOn KO.nn 



*Bonnet construction : Sizes 2-inch and smaller 

have a union bonnet as shown above. iVo and vinch 

sizes have a compact, inside 

screw bolted bonnet, equipped 

with steel studs, brass nuts, and 

a Cranite gasket, as shown at 

the right. Both types provide 

a strong, tight joint, yet they 

can be easily dismantled and 

reassembled without danger of 

injuring the valve. 

Repacking: These valves, when 




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Size 



wide open, can be repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged jalves: End flanges conform to the 
MSS i?o-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard (No 
:^P-2-ig3 7). They are plain faced, with two V- 
shaped concentric grooves between the port and the 
bolt holes. Prices include drilling to the MSS 

is'mL??f ^l^"^^*-^' ^^/ sP^t facing, no deduction 
IS made if valves are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 
Dimensions, in Inches 



End to end 



No. 422 
No. 423 



Jil % I V2 



Wi 



3/4 



IV4I iy2[ 21 2V. ] 3 



Face to face. No. 422V9 
Sterne r to top of whiiT^^^ 
Diameter of wheel 
Qia meter of flanges 
Thickness of flanges 



li^dil2M6|23/8 



^lAM JWbI 2Vs |33/ie| 3V. I 4 l4n^ i ?,i/~ 

^" ' 2j4 L_3 I 3% I 3^4 45/ifii s HTsn^ 

6V4 



3341 41/4 ( 43/4 5 I 6 



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Valves for Marine Service . . . page 466 



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200-Pound Brass Gate Valves 

Wedge Disc 



III 



Non-Rising Stem 



Outside Screw and Yoke 





WORKING PRESSURES 

200 pounds steam, 500° F. 
400 pounds cold water, oil, or sas, non-shock 




TEST PRESSURE 
550 pounds hydrostatic 



SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

Xo. 458 and No- 45c) Valves are 
recommended tor severe ser\ice 
on steam, water, oil. or gas lines. 





Cro^^ Section 
Non- Rising 


Non-Kising 
Stem 


Stem 
No- 458 


No. 458 

Screwed 



Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

No. 459 

Screwed 



Cross Section 
Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

No- 459 



List Prices, Each 



Size 








Inches 


V4 


% 


V2 


Va 




L 


1 


Va 


1V2 


* 


2 


2 


Vz 


3 


No. 


458, 


Non-Rising 


St, 


srti 




3.90 


3.90 


4.60 


5.60 [ 


8 


00 


10 


.00 


13.20 


21 


.50 


31 


.00 


SO 


00 


No. 


459. 


Outside Screw 


and Yoke 








15.00 


17.00 


19 


00 


22 


.00 


27,00 


40 


.00 


56 


.00 


88 


00 



These are sturdy, rus^edly constructed brass gate 
valves. They ha\e been caretully designed to give 
lonp service under severe operatint; conditions. AU 
parts are hberally proportioned to assure a high 
factor of safety against pressure, operating strains. 
and expansion and contraction of piping. 

<^o. 458 Non-Rising Stem Gate Valves: The No. 
45i> (uace VaKes base a non-rising stem and a wedge 
disc. The body an^I disc arc ma^lc of Crane Special 
Brass, a high grade steam composition. 

The stuffing box is equipped with a gland and is 
filled with a high quality packing. 

The valves, when wide open, can be repacked while 
under pressure. 

No. 459 Outside Screw and Yoke Gate Valves: 
The No. 45Q Gate Valves are of the outside screw and 
yoke type. Their body, bonnet, and wedge disc are 
made of Crane Special Brass. 



The \'a!ves are especially suitable on services where 
the action of the fluid might affect inside stem 
threads. In addition, the stem threads can be easily 
lubricated when necessary, thereby minimizing wear. 

1 he stuffing box is equipped with a bolted gland and 
is filled with high grade packing. 

The vaK'es. when wide open, can be repacked while 

under pressure. 

Uncierwriter's Specifications: The No. 450 Gate 
\ alves. in sizes ' 2 to 2-inch inclLisi\'e, conlorm to the 
Underwriters' Specification known as "The National 
Standard' . They are listed as appro\'ed and in- 
spected by the Associated Factory fvlutual Fire 
Insurance Companies of Boston, and the Under- 
writers' Laboratories of Chicago. 

Flanged valves: No. 459 Gate Valves with flanged 
ends can be made to order; prices and dimensions 
will be furnished on application. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 


Va 


Vs 


V2 


Va 


1 


Wa 


IV2 2 


2V2 


3 




End to end 




2 


2 


2% 


2% 


3 


3V2 


4 434 


53/8 


6 


No. 458 


Center to top of wheel 




4Vg 


4V8 


47/8 


51/2 


f>VA 


7V4 


8V8 95/8 


111/4 


123/4 




1 Diameter of wheel 




2Vl6 


2Vl6 


2Vl6 


23/4 


3Vl6 


3% 


4Vi6 434 


6 


7 




( End to end 




2% 


2% 


3 


3V2 


4 43/4 


53/8 


6 


No. 459 


Center to top of atem, 


open 






6% 


eye 


73/8 


83/4 


93/4 11% 


13% 


le'/a 




Diameter of wheel 








35/16 


3V,G 


3% 


37/8 


4% 4i3/,6 


53/4 


6>Vl6 



^;' 






1 tb^lmtHtni 




IMl 


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300-Pound Brass Gate Valves 



Wedg 



Non-Rising Stem 





Cross Section 
*No. 624 E 



Crane Nickel Alloy Disc 
Integral Seats 



WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550° F. 
600 pounds cold water, oil, and gas, non-shock 

Air Tested 

FEATURES 

Union or Bolted Bonnet . Copper Silicon Alloy Stem 

Nickel Alloy Wedge Disc Interchangeable Parts 

Nickel Alloy Renewable Seats 
in the No. 625 E Valve 



SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 
These newly designed, ruggedly 
constructed non-rising stem brass 
gate valves are ideal for high- 
pressure service. No. 625 E Valves, 
having nLckel alloy renewable seats, 
are particularly suitable where 
operating conditions are unusually 
severe. 

The valves are a companion line to 
the new 300-Pound Rising Stem 
Gate Valves shown on page 23. 





*No. 624 E 

. Screwed 



*No. 625 E 
Screwed 



/ 




Cross Section 
*No. 625 E 



Crane Nickel Alloy Disc 
Crane Nickel Alloy Renewable Seats 



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List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches 



V4 



% 



V2 



3/4 



1 



IV4 Wz 



2V2 



No. 624 E, Screwed, Integral Seats 



10.00 10.00 I 12.00 14.40 16.00 22.50 33.00 | 46.00 ! 80.00 123.00 



No. 625 E, Screwed, Renewable Seats 



10.00 I 10.00 I 12.00 I 14.40 I 16.00 [ 22.50 | 33.00 [ 46.00 80.00 123.00 



No. 624 E Valves: The No. 624 E Valves have a 
Crane Nickel Allo>' disc. The body seat rings are 
integral with the body. 

No. 625 E Valves: The No. 625 E Valves have 
renewable seats, and otherwise are similar to the 
No. t)24 E Valves. The renewable seats and the 
disc are made of Crane Nickel Alloy. 

Construction: These valves are inside screw, non- 
rising stem type. They ha\'e unusually heavy metal 
sections and are ruggedly constructed. The packing 
nut, union bonnet ring, and body ends are made with 
lugs, permitting a secure ^\■rench grip and presenting 
a neat, compact appearance. 

Long, clean-cut threads engage the disc and stem, 
assuring accurate and easy operation. The disc is 
thoroughly guided throughout its travel; the seating 
surfaces do not come into contact until the \'alve is 
practically closed. » 

All parts are interchangeable. The bodies, however, 
are not interchangeable in a line, the No. 625 E 
having slightly longer end to end dimensions than 
the No. 624 E. 



Materials: Bodies and bonnets are made of Crane 
Special Brass, a high grade steam composition. The 
stems are made of bronze, assuring long life. Crane 
Nickel Alloy, used for the seats and discs, is especially 
resistant to wear, being hard and tough. 

^Bonnet construction: Sizes i-inch and smaller 
have a union bonnet as shown in the illustrations 
above. Sizes ij^-inch and larger have a compact, 

inside screw bolted bonnet, 
equipped with steel studs, 
brass nuts, and a Cranite 
gasket, as shown in the illus- 
tration at the right. Both 
types provide a strong, tight 
joint, yet they can be easily 
dismantled and reassembled 
without danger of injuring 
the valve. ■ 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is large and deep, 
and is filled with high grade packing. Sizes J's-ii^ch 
and larger are equipped with a gland. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 




Dimensions, in Inches 



Size Vi % V2 ¥4 1 IV4 IV2 2 21/2 3 


End to end 


No. 624 E I15/16 2Vi6 2% | 23/4 31/4 31/2 334 45/i6 1 5Vi6 5% 


No. 625 E 21/8 23/i6 21/2 2i5/i6 35/ig Sn/ie 4 45/3 SVz 6 


Center to top of wheel 3% 4% | 41 Vie 5% 6% 7Vig 8 ^ViG 10% HVs 


Diameter of wheel 2Vi6 iVie ^^A ^Vie ^Vs 4Vi6 ^Va SVg 5% 6 



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300-Pound Brass Gate Valves 

Wedge Disc — Rising Stem 



Screwed vaKes 
Flanged valves 




WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam. 550" P". 

600 pounds cold water, oil, or gas. non-shock 

500 pounds cold water, oil. or gas. non-shock 

Air Tested 



Cross Section 
*No. 622 E 



*No. 622 E 
Screwed 



FEATURES 

Union or Bolted Bonnet 

Nickel Alloy 
Solid Wedge Disc 

Nickel Alloy 

Renewable Seats on 

Nos. 623 E and 623}/^ E 

Slip-On 
Disc-Stem Connection 

Interchangeable 
Parts 






*No. 623 E 

Screwed 



Cross Section 
*No. 623 E 



Crane Nickel Alloy Disc 

Integral Seats 



*No. 6231/2 E 

Flanged 

Crane Nickel Alloy Disc 

Crane Nickel Alloy Renewable Seats 











List Prices, 


Each 






















Size 


> 






Inches 


V4 = 


k 


V2 


V^ 


1 


iy4 


IVz 


2 


2V2 


3 


No. 


622 E, 


Screwed, 


Integral Seats 




10.00 10 


.00 


12.00 


14.40 


16 


00 


22.50 


33.00 46 


00 


80.00 


123. 
123 


00 


No. 


623 E, 


Screwed, 


Renewable Seats 




10.00 10 


.00 


12.00 


14.40 
26.00 


16 
32 


00 
00 


22.50 


33.00 


46 


00 


80.00 


00 


No. 


623 V2 


E, Flanged, F.D, & S.F., Renewable Seats 








43.00 


60.00 


82 


00 


130.00 


190 


00 



This is a new line of valves. In addition to the 
features enumerated above, the packing nut, union 
bonnet ring, and body ends are made with lugs, per- 
mitting a better wrench grip and presenting a dis- 
tinctive appearance. Exceptionally durable and 
rugged, the valves are ideal for high pressure ser\-ice. 

The No. 623 E and the No. 62,334 E^. having nickel 
alloy renewable seats, are particularly suitable 
where operating conditions are unusually severe. 

Construction: Except for their seats, the valves 
are similar. No. 622 E Valves have the seats integral 
with the body; No. 623 E and No. 623}/^ E Valves 
have Crane Nickel Alloy renewable seats. 

Of the inside screw, rising stem type, the valves 
have a solid wedge disc that slips onto a strong head 
on the stem end. The disc, made of Crane Nickel 
Alloy, is accurately guided in the body to prevent 
contact between the seating surfaces until the valve 
is practically closed. 

All parts are interchangeable. The bodies, however, 
are not interchangeable in a line. 

Materials: Bodies and bonnets are made of Crane 

Dimensions, in Inches 




.Si .. V. % y7. > ¥4 1 1 ¥4 1 V2 2 2 y^ 3 




No. 622 E l^Vie 2V,e 2% 2% 31/4 ^Va ^'k 4Vi6 i>^/i6 i^Vs 


Fnd to end 


No. 623 E 2V8 23/16 2V2 21^16 SVie S^Vie 4 45/8 Sy^ 6 


Face to face, \ 
Center to top 


^0. 623V. E 4y8 4V8 5V4 53/4 6V2 7V2 8 


ofwhPPl.npPn 41/8 5V^ 6 7y« 8% 9^4 H I3I/2 ISVz ISVg 


Diameter of w 
Diameter of f 

Thickness 0^: 


.heel 2Vi6 29/16 2^/4 3Vi6 S^/g 4Vi6 434 5% SS/g 6 


anees 4% 47/3 51/4 61/3 61/2 IV^ 8V4 


Ranees » V32 ^Vaz Vs ^Vi6 ¥4 ^¥16 ^^2 



Templates for drilling page 550 



Special Brass, a high grade steam composition. 1 he 
stems are bronze. Crane Nickel Alloy, used for 
seats and discs, is especially resistant to wear. 

*Bonnets : Sizes i-inch and smaller ha\'e a union 
bonnet as shown above; larger sizes have a compact 
inside screw bolted bonnet, 
equipped with steel studs, 
brass nuts, and a Cranite gas- 
ket, as shown at the right. 

Both types provide a strong, 
tight joint, yet they can be 
easily dismantled and reas- 
sembled without danger of 
injuring the valve. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is large and deep 
and is filled with high grade packing. Sizes ?f^-inch 
and larger are equipped with a gland. 

Repacking: The vah'es, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged valves: End flanges conform to the MSS 
300-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard (No. SP- 
2-IQ37). They are plain faced, with two V-shaped 

concentric grooves be- 
tween the port and the 
bolt holes. Prices include 
drilling to the MSS 300- 
Pound Standard, and 
spot facing; no deduc- 
tion is made it valves are 
ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should 

Valves for Marine Service , . . .page 466 be used ; see page 567. 






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350-Pound Brass Gate Valves 



Wedge 



Non-Rising Stem 




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WORKING PRESSURES 

350 pounds steam, 550° F. 

1000 pounds cold water, oil. or gas, non-shock 



TEST PRESSURE 
1200 pounds hydrostatic 

SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

These valves are recommended for high pressure 
steam lines such as are used on oil and gas field 
boilers for deep well drilling, for severe high- 
pressure hydraulic service on lines not sub- 
jected to shock, and for high-pressure gas lines. 




No. 230 H 
Screwed 



Size 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Inches 



No. 230 H 



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Vz 



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Cross Section 
No, 230 H 



End to end 

Center to top of wheel In ches [ 4V2 j 41A 
Diameter of wheel 



Inches! 23/16 I 2yie | 2i 3/^g [ 31/^ [ 33^ Y^W. 



Each[13.50|15.50| 18.00 i21.60[ 24.0 | 31.00 I 45.00 | h^ an 



5V2 I 6y4 



16 



8 



Inches! ^yi6 I 2^/u | 3V,e I 3% | 4V,^ I "P/ 



1034 



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Construction: The No. 230 H Gate Valves are 
exceptionally massive, rugged, and heavy. They are 
well proportioned and will easily withstand strains 
resulting from installation and operation on hi^^h- 
pressure service. '^ 

The \'alves ha\'e a non-rising stem and a solid wedee 
disc. ^ 

Materials: The body and disc of these \-alves are 



made of Crane Hard Metal, an unusually hard 
strong, copper-tm bronze which resists wear except 
tiona ly well. It is ideal for severe service. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is deep and is 
equipped with a gland. It is filled with high arade 
packing. ^ 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open can be 
repaci<ed while under pressure. 



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For Higher Pressures 
Use Crane Steel Valves 



When gate valves are required for steam pressures 
higher than 350 pounds or for other high pressure- 
temperature or hydraulic lines, Crane Steel Gate 
Valves are recommended. They are made in a wide 
range of sizes and types for all service conditions. 

Crane Steel Gate Valves are described in detail on 
pages ZQ7 to 308. 



No. 3607 X 

Cast Steel 

Wedge Gate Valve 

Screwed 

5ee page 299. 




^ No. 76 X 

'Cast Steel 

Wedge Gate Valve 

Flanged 

See page 304. 



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Brass Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 



Names of parts page 26 

Low Pressure Globe and Angle page 27 

Standard Globe, Angle, and Cross page 28 

150-Pound Globe and Angle, Composition Disc page 30 

150-Pound Globe and Angle, Plug Type Disc .■ page 3 1 

200-Pound Globe, Angle, and Cross, Union Bonnet page 34 

200-Pound Globe and Angle, Bolted Bonnet page 35 

250-Pound Globe and Angle, Plug Type Disc. page 36 

250-Pound Globe and Angle, Composition or Copper Disc page 37 

250-Pound Globe and Angle, Brass Disc page 3 7 

300-Pound Globe and Angle, Regrinding Type pages 38 and 3g 

300-Pound Globe and Angle, Plug Type Disc pages 40 and 41 

300-Pound Globe and Angle, Outside Screw and Yoke pages 46 and 47 

3 50-Pound Globe , . page 48 

lOOO-Pound Hydraulic Globe and Angle page 48 

2000-Pound Hydraulic Globe and Angle page 49 

2500-Pound Hydraulic Globe page 50 

Globe and Angle, Needle Point page ^q 

Globe and Angle, for Light Oils and Gases page 32 

Globe Valves, Quick Opening page 3 3 

Vent Valves for Transformer Oil Service page 33 

A.A.R. Globe and Angle, Inside Screw pages 42 and 43 

A.A.R. Globe and Angle, Outside Screw and Yoke. pages 44 and 45 

I' 

The Crane line of Brass Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves offers a size, 
style, and weight for every commercial requirement, and in addition, 
includes in most pressure classifications, a variety of designs that 
covers all service conditions. 

Distinct advantages accrue to the user who standardizes on Crane : 
a complete assortment, making it possible to select a valve exactly 
suited for each particular operating requirement; traditionally high 
quality — quality that results in more efficient service over a longer 
period of use ; uniformity — in design, appearance, and performance. 

Other types of brass valves, supplementing the globe, angle, and 
cross valves indexed above, are shown on the following pages: 

Brass Gate Valves pages 1 3 to 24 

Brass Check and Foot Valves. pages 51 to 64 

Brass Lever Operated Quick-Opening Valves. . . .pages 65 to bq 

Brass Hose Valves pages 70 and 7 1 

Brass Radiator Valves pages 78 to 81 



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The lists shown above do not include all Crane Brass Valves. 
Brass Valves that perform a special duty or those made for 
special services such as Float Valves, Pop Safety Valves, Relief 
Valves, Pressure Regulators, Pressure Reducing Valves, Solder- 
Joint Valves, Crane-Seal Valves, and Valves for Marine Service 
are described in other sections of this catalog. Refer to the index. 




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Brass Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 



Ident^cation Plate 





- Wheel Nut 
Wheel 
Stem 



Packing Nut 



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Packing 



Bonnet 



Union Bonnet Ring 
Disc Stem Ring 



Disc 



Body 



Below 

Screwed Bonnet 
Globe Valve 

(No. 1, p, 28) 



Wheel Nut 

Wheel 

Stem 

Packing Nut 

Gland 
Packing 

Bonnet 
Union Bonnet Ring 

Disc Holder 

Disc 

Disc 
Retaining Nut 

Body 



Identification Plate 




Abo 



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Union Bonnet Globe X'alve 
with Meta! Disc 

(No. 362 E, p. 38) 



Bel 



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Union Bonnet Globe \ ah-e 

with 

Metal Disc and Renewable Seat 

(No. 3S2 P, p, 40) 




Wheel Nut 
Wheel 



Stem 



Packing Nut 
Packing 



Bonnet 



Disc Stem Ring 



Disc 



Body 



Above 

Union Bonnet Globe Valve 
with Composition Disc 

(No, 7, p, 30) 



Identificatipn Plate 





Wheel Nut 
Wheel 



— Stem 

Packing Nut 
Gland 

Packing 
Bonnet 

Union Bonnet Ring 
Disc Stem Ring 

Lock Washer 
Disc Washer 

Body Seat Ring 
Disc 

Body 



Wheel Nut 

Wheel 

Stem 

Gland Nut 

Yoke Bonnet 

Gland 

Packing 

Union Bonnet Ring 

Disc Stem Ring 

Lock Washer 

Disc Washer 

Body Seat Ring 

Disc 
Body 



Below 

Union Bonnet Globe Valve 

Outside Screw and Yoke 

with 

Metal Disc and Renewable Seat 

(No. 372 P, p. 4S) 



Identification Plate 




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Low Pressure Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Composition Disc Valves 

WORKING PRESSURES 

100 poLinJs steam— 125 pounds water, 200° F. 









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Cross Section 

No. 1204 
CIobe» Screwed 



No. 1204 
Globe 

Screwed 



No. 1205 

Angle 
Screwed 



No. 1210 No, 1211 

Globe Angle 

With Lock Shield 



List Prices, Each, and Dimensions, in Inches 



These Low Pressure Valves can 
be made to order with a com- 
position wheel, a female or male 
union end. and in a variety ol 
special finishes. Prices and 
dimensions on application. 



Size 



Inches 



Vs 



Vi 



% I V2 



3/4 



1 IV4 IV2 



No. 1204 or No. 1205, with Wheel 



1.10 1.10 1.25 i 1.60 i 2.20 2.80 4.00 5.50 18.75 



No. 1210 or No. 1211, with Lock Shield 



1.40 i 1.60 2.00 2.65 1 3.35 4.75 



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Extra disc hol der, disc, nut, and disc stem ring, complete 



SpunonstemI .50 | .60 [ .70 | .85 | 1.10 | 1.50 | 2.00 





|l>Vi6 l^ViG 2 2% i 2V4 I 35/16 I 33/4 I 41/4 I 4^8 




B 



lVl6 13/16 1 ^VlG I IV16 I IV16 I IV2 I^VigI 2 I 2Vl 



'IG 



C — Open 27/8 2% I 31/5 | 2% \ ^y% I 4% I Si/g | S^/g 



D— Open 1 2V2 I 21/2 I 27/8 | Z^k I 33/4 [ 43/8_|4%|5% 



614 

6V8 



2V2 I 25/8 31/4 I 3S/8 I 41/8 I 4% 



21/4 23/8 



3V4 I 37/8 I 41/2 



IV4 I IV4 I 13/4 2V4 I 25/f 



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33/8 33/4 41/, 



For list prices of Composition Discs, see page /7.-?. 



Service recommendations : These \'aK es combine 
a wide range of utility with moderate cost. Equipped 
with a composition disc, they are suitable for almost 
anv low pressure installation, being especially recom- 
mended for domestic \\ater or gas lines, steam 
heating systems, and similar ser\ ices. 

Discs: Unless otherwise ordered, the valves are 
furnished with a No. 3 Disc suitable for hot water, 



cold water, or domestic gas service. When ordered 
for steam, the valves will be furnished with a No. 7 
Steam Disc. For discs, see page 178. 

Construction: The swivel disc holder in sizes J^ 
and 14-inch is spun onto the stem. In larger sizes, 
it is attached to the stem with a threaded nut. 

Repacking: These vah'es, when wide open, can be 
repacl^ed while under pressure. 



Brass Disc Valves 





No. IB* 

Globe 
Screwed 



No. 2B* 

Angle 
Scre\>.cd 



WORKING PRESSURES 

100 pounds steam 
125 pounds water. 200'' F. 
125 pounds cold oil or gas 

These sturdy brass valves are 
recommended for general low 
pressure scrsice. 

Unless otherwise ordered, valves 
with wheel are always furnished. 

List Prices and Dimensions 





No. IB No. 2 B 

Globe An^le 

Wich Lock Shield 



Size 



Inches % Vz 



V* 



1 I VA 11/2 




No. 1 B, Globe, with Wheel 
No. 2 B , Angle, with Wheel 
Add for Valve with Lock Shield 



Each .70 :85 1.05 1.30 | 1.85 | 2.40 | 3.50 Cross Section. Globe 



EachI .75 | .85 | 1.05 | 1.50 | 2.00 | 2.70 4.10 



Per valve .25 .30 .35 .40 | .55 



Dimensions, 

ill 

Inches 



End to end, Globe 



111/] 



16 



aVz I 27/8 I 3Vi6 I 3% m 



Center to end, Angle 



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IV4 I IVie I IV4 Jl^Vie 23/8 



Center to top of wheel, open 



31/4 I 3-3/8 1 43/8 I 43/, I 51/2 I 53/4 I 67/8 



Center to top of lock shield 



23/4 27/8 35/8 



411/ 



16 



Diameter of wheel 



21/4 2% 



33/8 I 33/4 I 41/4 43/4 



3 j^ and } 2-inch sires 

have an integral disc 

and stem. 



SoIder^'Joint ValveSf 
pages 502 to SOS, 

Keys for Lock Shiel^I 
V a Ives , po.ge 177 , 



*No. IL Globe, and No. 2L Angle, Brass Disc Valves, are also supplied for these ratings in sizes W' to 2" inclusive. 
Use list prices for Nos. IB Globe and 2B Angle Valves. For overall dimensions use table on page J8. 



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Brass Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 



Brass Disc 





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WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 
200 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 





Cross Section 
No. 1, Globe 




No. 1, Globe 
Screwed 



No. 2, Angle 
Screwed 



No. 18, Cross 
Screwed 



Size 



Inches 



List Prices, Each 



No. 1, Globe or No. 2, Angle 
No. 18, Cross 




2V2 



7.00 I 10.60 20.00 127.50 



7.00 i 10.00 I 16.00 32.00 45.00 



Service recommendations : Crane Standard Brass 
Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves are recommended for 
general service on steam, water, oil or gas lines. 

Construction: The valves are sturdy and unusually 
well constructed. They are heavier and more rugged 
than IS usual with ""Standard" valves. All parts are 
liberally proportioned to assure a high factor of 
safety against pressure, operating strains, and expan- 
sion and contraction of the piping. 






The disc in sizes i^ to ^-inch is integral with the 
steni. In the larger sizes, the disc swivels on the stem 
as shown in the cross section above. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged valves: When flanged valves are desired 
the No. 71 Globe and Angle Valves are recom- 
mended. See page 34. 



Dimensions, in Inches 




-Open I 2% [ 3V« I 33/. [ 37/g | 41/ 



D— Open I 23^ [ 3 | 31/4 | 33^ 



^3.^1^MllAe\JV2 1 3 Vie 1311/16 
"' 55/8 



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feV2 I 71/2 [ 8 I 95/8 



IV4 I 21/4 I 21^ [ 3 I ^^ 



4 41/2 ] 5 I 5% I 63/s I 7V, I 8 I Q5/, 



3^4 I 41/4 I 43/4 I 53/4 I 53/4 ; 6 




No.. 6, Globe 
With 

Composition 
Wheel 



Valves with Special Wheels 
and Special Finish 

The globe and angle valves shown above can be m^H^ tr. a 
composition or brass wheels" thev are^vPil^Kl ^ °''^^' ""''^^ 

finishes such as rough body rou/h boH !" ' "^^^ 

polished and nickel-p^ted;td ^Ts'heKd cTrSSte^^^^ 

iSe^Set^^^i^^ -^ ^nish desired, also 

Pries and dirrrensions will be furnished on application. 




No, 8, Angle 

With 
Brass 
Wheel 



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Needle Point 



Brass Globe and Angle Valves 






Cross Section 
No. 85 
Angle, Screwed 
With Female Union Outlet 



WORKING PRESSURES 

200 pounds steam 
400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



List Prices, Each 



Size Inches Vs Va % l/^ 3^ 


No. 85, Angle, with union 3.50 3.80 4.50 6.00 7.00 


No. 88, Globe 2.30 2.60 2.90 3.70 4.70 


No. 89, Angle 2.40 2.70 3.00|3.80 5.00 





No. 88 


No. 89 


Globe 


Angle 


Screwed 


Screwed 





Service recommendations : These valves are es- 
pecially suitable where very close and delicate regula- 
tion of flow is desired. They are recommended for 
steam, water, oil, gas, for light liquid lines, for fuel 
oil, and for similar service. 

Construction: The valves are compact and un- 
usually rugged. They have a brass stem. The 
stuffing box is large and is equipped with a gland. 

The valves, when wide open, can be repacked while 
under pressure. 



Valves with indicators: These valves can be made 
to order with indicators; prices will be furnished on 
application. 

Seat opening : The diameter of the seat opening in 
these valves is given in the dimension table shown 
below. Valves with other size seat opening are 
special and are made to order; prices on application. 

Higher pressure valves: Needle point valves for 
higher pressures are made of steel, Exelloy, or i8-8 
Mo; see page } lo. 



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Dimensions, 


in Inches 






Size 




Vs 


V* 


% 


Vz 


% 


A 


1 


IVlG 


lVl6 


l^Vie 


2Vl6 


25/16 


B 




% 


^Vl6 


% 


lVl6 


11/4 


C 


1 


IVlG 


lVl6 


m 


2 


2 Vie 


D — Open 


1 


2^8 , 


2% 


31/8 


3% 


4V4 


E 




m 


13/4 


2V4 


2% 


3 


Diameter of seat opening 




Vb 


Vl6 


V4 


Vl6 


Vl6 





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Cross Section 
No. 57 



Brass Needle Air Valve 



WORKING PRESSURE 

300 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



List Price and Dimensions 



Si^e 


Inches 


% 


Price 


Each 


5.00 


Dianneter of seat opening 


Inches 


% 


End to end 


Inches 


2Vl6 



Center to top of stem, open 



Inches IVz 




No. 57 

Needle Air Valve 



Service recommendations: The No. 'jy Valve is 
ideal for service on water lines to air drills, on air or 
water lines in garages, filling stations, and industrial 
plants, and for similar service. 

The valve should always be installed with the pres- 
sure above the seat. 



Construction: This valve is heavy and rugged. 
The body, packing nut, and stem are brass. The tee 
handle is malleable iron; valves with malleable iron 
wheel are made to order at a special price. 

The valve has an extra thick fibre seat that can be 
easily renewed should it become worn. 





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Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Granite Composition Disc 




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No. 7, Globe 



WORKING PRESSURES 

Screwed valves — 150 pounds steam 

300 poundscold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
Flanged valves — 150 pounds steam 

225 pounds cold water , oil , orgas, non-shock 

FEATURES 

Union or Bolted Bonnet 
Granite Disc 

SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS* 

These vahes are recommended for a w ide range of 
ser\ice when equipped with the proper disc. Thev 
will gi\e excellent results on steam, hot \\ater. cold 
\\ater. oil, air. or gas lines. They are especially 
suited for use in installations where the discs must 
be renewed quickly. All parts are unusually rugged, 
to withstand se\ere operating strains. 

Specify whether globe or angle valves are wanted. 

List Prices, Each 





No. 7, Globe 
Screwed 



No. 7, .\ngie 
Screwed 





No. 9, Globe 
Flaneed 



No. 9, Anrrie 
Flanged 



Size 



Inches 



Vs 



Va 



% I Vl I 3/4 I 1 I IV4 i 11/2 



No. 7, Globe or Angle, Screwed 

No. 9, Globe or Angle, Flanged, F. D. & S.T] 



IV2 



|2.4Q|2.60|3.00[3.60| 4.70| 6.6Q| 8. 60| 12. 00(19. 00[34. 00148.00 



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13.001 15.00 |23.00| 28.00142.00 [63.00186.00 



*Extra disc holder, disc, With No. 4 Granite Disc j .651 .70[ .75| .SOj .95[ 1.15| l.Ssj 2.151 3^30] *6.501"*9750 



and nut, complete With No. 2 or No. 3 Disc 
*2^-2 and 3-inch si"es include a disc stem ring. 



f .501 .55f .651 .751 .851 l.OOj 1.251 1. 751 2.80|*5TS0| 



8.00 



Quick repairs: A leak can be quickK repaired b\- 
replacing the disc holder w ith an extra complete disc 
holder and disc. A new* disc can be placed in the orig- 
inal holder, at the con\ enience of the engineer. Users 
should keep on hand a suppK of extra disc holders 
and discs for this purpose. 

Sizes 2-inch and smaller have a 
slip-on disc holder isee cross- 
section aboxej. Larger sizes 
ha\ e the disc and stem fastened 
w ith a disc stem ring (see illus- 
tration at right;. 

Bonnet construction: Sizes 
2-inch and smaller ha\'e a union 
bonnet as shown in the illus- 
trations at the top of the page. 

Larger sizes ha\e a bolted bonnet, inside screw, as 
shown at the right. Both t\-pes pro\ide a strong, 
tight joint, yet they can be easily dismantled and 



For list prices of Composition Discs, see page 178. 






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12 12 l25/^e|2U/^g|33/,^j 33/^ i 41/^ 1 43/^ , ^^^ , ^^^ , ^- 



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F — Open! 3V8 | 3% I 43/8 ' 47/m I 5U i 6U I 7 



33/4 1 4%i4'Vi6i 51/2 1 61/. ; Tvr^^. 

2Vi6 i 29/16 ; 2Vi I 33/,6 I 33/4 I 45/,6 i 45/8 



4 ^Vz ! 5 I 55/8 I 63/8 I 71/8 I 7V. I 91/8 r n ; 12T7 



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I IV4 I 1^4 1 2Vifi I 2V,« : 23/._3gj _ 

37/8 I 41/4 I 45/8 



7% : 8% iioygl 12 



3% |4Vi6| 43/4 17 18 



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Templates for drilling page 550 

•Wo. 7 Valve can be specially furnished with No. S Cr.no.V Disc (see page 178). far service shawn oa page 32. 

Prices on application. 



reassembled without danger of injuring the valve. f 

Discs: Unless otherwise ordered, these \al\es are 
furnished with a Xo. 4 Granite Disc, suitable for high 
pressure steam. When ordered for hot water, gas, 
oil, or gasoline they are furnished with a No. 2 Disc; 
and when ordered for cold water or air, with a No. -j' 
Disc. For discs, see page 178. 

Stuffing box; repacking: The stuffing box is deep 
and is equipped with a gland. The vah-es, when 
wide open, can be repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged valves: End flanges conform to the 
MSS 1 50-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard 
(^o- SP-2-IQ37). The\' are plain faced, with two 
V-shaped concentric grooves between the port and 
the bolt holes. Prices include drilling to the MSS 
! 50-Pound Standard, and spot facing; no deduction 
is made if valves are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 
Dimensions, in Inches 



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150-200-250-Pound 

Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Plug Type Disc 

WORKING PRESSURES 

P Valves: 150 lbs. Steam ; 300 lbs. }^ ,_, ^, ^ 

MP Valves: 200 lbs. Steam- 400 lbs l^^^^ ''^^'^^^"' *-*'' ^'" ^^^'' 
HP Valves: 250 lbs. Steam; 500 lbs. ) non-shock. 

FEATURES 

Crane Nickel Alloy Plug Type Disc 

Renewable Exelloy Body Seat Ring 

Union or Bolted Bonnet 





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No. 14 '2 P, Globe 

No. 14'<MP, Globe 

No. 14>^ HP. Globe 



SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

These vah'es are recommended for 
throttling: for soot blower, blow-off, 
boiler feed, drip, and drain lines; and for 
other hard ser\-ices. Having a Crane 
Nickel Alloy disc and an ExelIo\- seat, 
the vah-es are well suited for installa- 
tions where operating conditions are 
severe. 



List Prices, Each 





*No. 141^ P, Globe 
Screwed 



*No. 16KP, Angle 
Screwed 



*2}4 and 3-inch sizes 
have a bolted bonnet. 



14>^ MP, Giobe 

14>^ HP, Giobe 

Screwed 



16 J^ MP, Angle 

1(>}4 HP, Angle 

Screwed 



Size 



Inches \4 



K 



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H 



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No. 141^ Per No. 16 WP 



No. 14 'i MP or No. 16 'j MP 
No. 14 K HP or No. 16'^ HP 



5.00 j 5.00 I 5.40 6.60 | 8.00 10.00 14.00 20.00 30.00 55.00 80.00 



6 , 60 8 . 00 10 . 00 14 . 00 20 . 00 30 . 00 



6.60 8.00 10.00 I 14.00 20.00 30.00 



Sell also page 36 for 250 pound valves. 



Pl^g type disc valves for moderate pressures : 

The valves shown on this page, while intended for 
moderate pressures, are made with a plug type disc 
and seat, a refinement formerly found only in valves 
designed for high pressures. 

The plug type disc and seat are ideal for severe 
service. The wide seating surface is unusually 
resistant to foreign matter and to wiredrawing, and 
the tapered disc permits easy regulation of flow- 
when throttling. 

Sturdy construction: The valves are sturdily 
constructed. All parts are liberally proportioned to 
withstand severe operating strains. 

Seat metals: The valves have a Crane Nickel 
Alloy Disc and an Exelloy body seat ring. These 
metals offer excellent resistance to wear, temperature, 
galling, and scoring; they are harder, tougher, and 



stronger than metals ordinarily used in brass valves. 

Bonnet construction; Sizes 2-inch and smaller 
have a union bonnet as shown 
on the illustrations above; 
ij^ and 3-inch sizes have a 
]ow-t>'pe, compact bolted 
bonnet, inside screw, as illus- 
trated at the right. Both 
types provide a strong, tight 
joint, yet they can be easily 
dismantled and reassembled 
without danger of injuring 
the valve. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is large and deep 
and is equipped with a gland. It is filled with high 
grade packing. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 








Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 


Vs 


V4 


% 


V2 


3/4 1 


IV4 


IV2 2 


21/2 3 


A 


2 


2 


2Vl6 


2"/l6 


33/16 33/4 


41/4 


43/4 53/4 


63/4 8 


B 


»Vl6 


lVl6 


Wis 


1V4 


1V16 11V16 


2 


23/16 21 Vie 


3V4 313/16 


E— Open 


4V8 


4% 


4% 


5V4 


6 67/8 


7V4 


8V4 91/2 


11 [121/4 


F — Open 


4 


4 


41/2 


SVs 


SVs 63/4 


7Vs 


8 9V4 


lOVa 12 


G 


l¥i 


13/4 


2Vl6 


2Vl6 


23/4 3Vi6 


3% 


4Vi6 43/4 


7 8 



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Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

For Light Oils and Gases 




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300 pounds oil, air, or gas working pressure, 250° F. 



Air Tested 

SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS* 

These are definitely superior to valves ordi- 
narily used on light oils and gases. They seat 
perfectly tight, they close easily, and they 

withstand wear exceptionally well. 

They are especially recommended for refined 
oils, such as transformer oil, for gases, and for 
solvents which, in many cases, attack rubber 
composition discs but do not corrode brass, 
and which are difficult to hold with metal to 
metal seat valves. 





No. 207 

Globe 

Screwed 



No. 209 

Angle 
Screwed 



Cross Section 

No. 207 

Globe 

Screwed 

Union or Bolced Bonnet 

With Cranoil Disc 



These valves have the tight, easy seating No. 5 Cranoil Disc. 

List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches! V4 i % I Vz I ¥4 I 1 I IV4 I IV2 1 2 I 21/2 3 



No. 207, Globe, or No. 209, Angle |3.5Qi4.20|4.80i&.QO|8.00ilO.OO|14.00|22.0Q|40.00|60.0Q 



Extra disc holder, 
complete 



Slip-on disc holder . 95 1 . 1 



With disc stem ring 



1.30I1.50I2.00I 2.60[ 3.75| 5.30| 9.6015.00 



Construction: These vah'es are ruggedly con- 
structed. Sizes 34 ai^d Jg-inch ha\"e a slip-on disc 
holder; larger sizes have the disc and stem fastened 
with a disc stem ring as shown in the cross sections. 

Union or bolted bonnet : Sizes i-inch and smaller 
ha\'e a union bonnet as shov^-n 
on the illustrations above ; 
2J/2 3nd 3-inch sizes ha\'e a 
low-type, compact bolted 
bonnet, inside screw, as illus- 
trated at the right. Both 
types provide a strong, tight 
joint, yet they can be easily 
dismantled and reassembled 
without danger of injuring 
the A'alve. 

Disc and seat : The No. 5 Cranoil Disc is a speciallv 
fabricated material that will not swell, harden, or 
otherwise break down. It is permanently cemented 
into the disc holder; there can be no seepage around 
it. For description of disc, see page 178. 

The seat and disc form a line to line contact. The 




narrow bearing and the disc material are an ideal 
combination for light oils and gases, providing 
absolute tightness and easy seating. 

Stuffing box: Stuffing boxes are equipped with a 
gland and are filled with high grade packing. 

Valves used in hazardous locations should have a cap 
sealed stuffing box to prevent the leakage of danger- 
ous fumes or fluids. Valves so equipped are fur- 
nished only when specified; prices on application. 

Boss on body of globe valve: Globe valve bodies 
sizes ij^-inch and larger have a boss cast on one side. 
When ordered tapped or when ordered equipped with 
a No. 21 1 Valve (shown on page 33) for transformer 
oil service, the boss is drilled and tapped with a 
J<i-inch pipe thread, without extra charge. 

Installation: Wherever possible, these valves 
should be installed with the pressure under the disc. 

Tamper-proof valves: Valves with lock shield or 
with lock shield and slip cover are made to order; 
prices are furnished on application. 




Dimensions, in Inches 




ld-1 



Boss on body 
of globe valve, 
sizes 13<^-inch 
and larger 
only. 



Size 


V4 


i % 


V2 3/4 


1 IV4 


IV2 


2 2V2 


3 


A 


2 


2^16 


2"/i6 33/16 


33/4 41/4 


43/4 


534 63/4 


8 


B 


^Vl6 


IV16 


1V4 1V16 


l^Vie 2 


2yifi 


21VI6 31/4 


3' 3/16 


C 






^VlG 


IVr 


IV2 l^Vie 


/ID 

23/fl 


D 








IV16 


IV? 


1% 17/8 


2Vl6 


t — Open 


4 


4V2 


SV4 6 


^Vs 73/4 


8% 

83/8 


93/4 11 


12V4 


F — Open 


3% 


4% 


sVs 57/8 


^3/4 75/8 


91/2 107/8 


12 


G 


1 IV4 


2Vl6 


2Vi6 2% 


3V]6 3% 


4Vl6 


434 6 


7 



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*5ee also footnote on page 30 for No. 7 Special Valve with No, 5 Cranoil Disc, for similar services. 



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Brass Vent or Sampling Valves 

For Transformer Oil Service 

For 300 pounds transformer oil, 250° F. 



Cross Section 





List Prices 




Size of male thread 


Inches V4 


% Vi ¥4 


No. 211 


Each 2.50 


Made to order. 




No. 211 

Air Tested 



Uses: This valve is used on transformer oil, as a valve is opened to vent air. When installed at a low 

Vent Valve or as a Sampling Valve in conjunction point, the \-alve is opened to draw off samples of oil. 

with the No. 207 (see page 32). When installed at Construction: The No. 211 uses the same disc 

the top of oil immersed electrical equipment, the material and seat design as the No. 207. 

Brass Quick-Opening Globe Valves 

With Composition Disc — For Air Lines 




WORKING PRESSURE - 150 pounds air 

FEATURES 



Air Tested 



Quick Opening 

Screened Inlet 

Protecting Apron on Wheel 



Self-Adjusting Packing 

Union Bonnet 

Composition Disc 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



Vi 



1 



Cross Section 



No. 237, Globe Each 6.00 7.50 




Center to union end (inlet) 2% -^ 


Dimensions, 


Center to female outlet 1% IVs 


in Inches 


Center to top of stem Z% 4 




Diameter of wheel 2^4 2^^ 




Service recommendations: The No. 237 Brass 
Globe Valves are strong and rugged. They are 
especially recommended for use in mines on air lines 
leading to pneumatic hammers. 

In addition, the valves are well suited for compressed 
air installations in other industries where quick- 
opening, quick-closing valves are needed. 

Quick-opening ; non-rising stem : The non-rising 
stem opens or closes the valve in approximately a 
three-quarter turn. The stem rotates, being held 
from vertical movement by the shoulder between the 
bonnet and stuffing box. The threads in the disc 
holder engage with those on the thread-piece fas- 
tened to the end of the stem. Turning the wheel 
raises or lowers the disc holder on these threads; the 
disc holder is held from rotary movement by two 
vertical guides, one on either side of the holder. 

Screened valve inlet : A brass screen fitted into the 
union connection at the valve inlet prevents foreign 
matter from entering the valve and e\-entually reach- 
ing and damaging the pneumatic hammer. 

Apron on wheel: The wheel has a large, sturdy 
apron which protects the upper end of the \-alve. 

Self-adjusting packing: Tightness at the stuffing 
box is assured by the bronze spring which exerts a 
constant pressure on the packing ring, holding the 
packing firmly in place. Also, since the stem merely 
rotates, wear on the packing is minimized. 

Bonnet; The union bonnet provides a strong, tight 



No. 237, Clohe 

Female Union Inlet 

Female Outlet 

connection. The bonnet ring reinforces the joint and 
facilitates dismantling and reassembling the vaUe. 

Materials: The wheel is malleable iron. All other 
parts except the disc and the packing are brass. 

The valves have a No. 3 Composition Disc, a soft, 
tough rubber compound especially suited for air 
service. For description of discs, see page i jS. 

Installation: These valves should always be in- 
stalled with the pressure abo\"e the seat. An arrow 

on the body indicates the direction of flow. 

Brass Quick-Opening 
Lever-Operated Valves 

Crane Co. manufactures a wide assortment of Brass 

Quick-Opening Valves suitable for almost e\'ery 

service requirement. It includes Quick-Opening 

Sel f- Closing 

Valves of the 

globe type, Gate 

Valves. Butterfly 

Vah'es, Throttle 

Valves, and 

Chronome ter 

\'al\"es ; see pages 

66 to 6q. 






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200-Pound 

Brass Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 

Regrinding 

WORKING PRESSURES 

Screwed valves — 200 pounds steam, 500° F. 

— 400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
Flanged valves — 150 pounds steam. 500° F. 

— 225 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURES 

Screwed \-al\*es — 600 pounds hydrostatic 
Flanged \'aK es — 450 pounds hydrostatic 








Cross Section 
No. 70, Cl<jbe 




No. 70, Globe 
Screwed 



No. 70, Angle 
Screw ed 



No. 74, Cross 
Screwed 



No. 71, Globe No. 71. Angle 

Flanged Flanged 

When ordering No. 70 or No. 71 Valves, specify whether globe or angle calves are wanted. 



Size 



List Prices, Each 



Inches I i/g i V4 



y* 



'8 



V2 



No, 70 , Globe or Angle. Screw e d 
No. 74, Cross, Screwed 



^4 



1 IV4 IV2 



2V2 



2.30 I 2.40 I 2.60 | 3.00 , 4.80| 6.001 8.40 | II. Ool 18.00133.00146.00 



No. 71, Globe or Angle. Flanged. F. D. & S. F. 



6.00 7.001 8.60 11.00115.00124. 00 



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113.00 16.00 20.00:28.00137.00160.00 75.00 



Service recommendations : These \ aK es are recom- 
mended for severe service on steam, water, oil. or gas 
lines. The>- were iormerh- known as"'iNa\-y" pattern. 

Material: The body is made of Crane Special 
Brass, a high grade steam metal. 

Regrinding: These ^-al\escan be reground without 
removing the body from the line. Instructions for 
regrinding are furnished with each \alve. 

Union bonnet: The union bonnet ring reinforces 
the bonnet joint and facilitates dismantling and 
reassembling. When a \-ah'e is being reground. the 
ring centers and guides the valve trimmings. 

Disc connection: The disc in sizes 3§ to ^;-inch 
IS integral with the stem. In larger sizes, the disc 
swivels on the stem, as shown in the cross section. 

Stuffing box: Stuffing boxes are 
deep, are equipped with a gland, 
and are fil ed with high grade 
packing. 

Repacking: These valves, \\hen 
wide open, can be repacked while 

under pressure. 

Flanged valves : End flanges con- 
form to the MSS 150-Pound SP 
Bronze Flange Standard (No. 
SP- 2-1937). They are plain faced, 
with two V-shaped concentric 



groo\-es between the port and the bolt holes. Prices 

include drilling to the MSS i 50-Pound Standard, and 
spot-facing; no deduction is made if \-al\-es are 
ordered faced only. Full face gaskets should be 
used; see page 567. ■ 






B B 



Siz 



Vs 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Va I y, 



'S 



Vz 



^4 



B 



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i^Vi6li^Vifiluyi6i 21/4 I 23^ [3v .. I 37/, 



1 I IV4 I IVz I 2 I 2V2 1 3 



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's I ^Vz I 51/4 ] 6V16 7V, 



J^niel 43/16 I 4Vi6 I 55/ 



2% 



16 



3Vl6i313 /,g 

6^4 i7'Vi6 



E— Open 1 3V2 I 3V? | 3V« \ 4% 



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2716 I 2% [ 27/8 |3Vi6| 33/4 i4ViR| 4_% 
^8 I fe I 6% I 7Va I BS/s I 91/2 [ il% 



mH^AdUde I 2Vi6 [ 2^4 [ 3V,. I 3% |4Vie 43/4 j 6 7 



378 I 41/4 j 45/8 I 5 



Templates for drilling page 



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71/2 



32 



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32 



Vl6 



V2 



550 



V^ 



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200-Pound 



Brass Globe and Angle Valves 



Bolted Bonnet 




WORKING PRESSURES 

Screwed vaKes — 200 pounds steam. 500° F. 

— 400 pounds cold water, oil. or gas. non-shock 
Flanged valves — 150 pounds steam, 500° F. 

— 225 pounds cold water, oil, or gas. non-shock 

TEST PRESSURES 

Screwed vaK'es — 600 pounds hydrostatic 
Flanged \-aKes — 450 pounds hydrostatic 









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Cross Section 
No- 4196, Globe 



No. 4196, Globe No, 4198, Angle No. 4197, Globe 

Screwed Screwed Flanged 



No. 4199, Angle 
Flansed 



Sizes 3^ j^'inch and larger have outside stem threads and a bolted gland (not illustrated) ^ 

List Prices 



Size 






Inches | IV2. 


2 


2V2 


3 


! 31/2 : 4 5 6 


No. 41% or No. 4198. Screwed 






Each: 19.00 


25.00 


35.00 


50.00 


8o.oo;ioo.oo 


No. 4197 or No. 4199. Flanged, F. 


D. 


& S.F. 


Eachi 27.00 


35.00 


50.00 


70.00 


illO.OO 140.00 200.00|275.00 



Service recommendations: These are hii^h quality 
valves, especially intended lor use in lar>;fe size pipe 
lines. They are recommended for general service on 
Steam, water, oil. or gas. 

Construction: The vaK'es are strong, rugged, and 
durable. The bolted bonnet makes a tight Joint and 
assures liberal strength. The disc is accurately 
guided by a guide stem which operates in a bridge 
cast integral with the body seat ring; the body seat 
ring is renewable. 

Sizes 3-inch and smaller have inside stem threads, a 
screwed packing nut, and a gland, as illustrated. 
Sizes 33^-inch and larger have outside stem threads 
with a crosshead type yoke and a one-piece bolted 
gland and flange (not illustrated)..' 

Materials : The bodv and bonnet are made of Crane 



Special Brass, a high grade steam metal. The disc 
is also made of Crane Special Brass. The body seat 
ring is made of Crane HaiLi Metal. 

Stuffing box; repacking: The stuffing box is un- 
usLialh" deep and is filled with high grade packing. 
The vaK'es, u-hen wide open, can be repacked while 
under pressure. 

Flanged valves: End flanges conform to the MSS 
150-Lb. SP Bronze Flange Standard (Xo. SP-2- 
1937). They are plain faced with two \'-shaped con- 
centric grooves between the port and the bolt holes. 
Prices include drilling to the MSS 150-Lb. Standard, 
and spot facing; no deduction is made if vaKes are 
ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 
Cross valves: Cross \'alves can be made to order. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 


W2 


2 


21/2 


3 


31/2 


4 


S 


6 


End to end, Globe, Screwed 


55/16 


6 


7V4 


8 1/4 


103/8 


113/8 




Center to end. Angle, Screwed 


2» VlG 


3 


35/8 


4V8 


53/16 


5»Vl6 






Face to face. Globe, Flanged -^ 


5Vs 


feVs 


8 


9V8 


103/8 


11 


I2V4 


14 


Center to face. Angle, Flanged 


3V8 


3V4 


41/4 


45/8 


5V4 


51/2 


61/4 


7 


Center to top of wheel, open. Globe 


8^/4 


93/4 


llVz 


123/4 


121/4 


133/4 


161/2 


ISVs 


Center to top of wheel, open, Anp:le 


7V2 


8»Vl6 


101/2 


113/4 


1 1 V4 


nVs 


15 


I6V4 


Diameter of wheel 


4VlG 


53/8 


7 


8 


9 


10 


10 


12 


Diameter of flange 


5 


6 


7 


7V2 


8V2 


9 


10 


11 


Thickness of flange 


V16 


V2 


Vl6 


% 


^Vic 


"/iG 


3/4 


13/,6 



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2 50 -Pound 



Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Plug Type Disc 



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Cross Section 
*No. 212 P, Globe 



WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam, 500° F. 
500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, 

non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 

750 pounds hydrostatic 



FEATURES 

Exelloy Renewable Seat 

Nickel Alloy Plug Type Disc 

Union or Bolted Bonnet 



SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

These valves are recommended for 
exceptionally severe service, such as 
for throttling, and for soot blower, 

blow-off, boiler feed, drip, and drain 
lines. 



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*No. 212 P, Globe 
Screwed 



*No. 214 P, Angle 
Screwed 



*23^ and 3-inch sizes 
have a bolted bonnet. 



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List Prices 



Inches j V4 



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V2 



3/4 



IV4 IM 



2Vs 



EachI 5.00 | 5.40 | 6.60 | 8.00 | 10.00 | 14.00 20.00 30.00 55.00 80.00 



See also page 31 for 250 pound No. 14-% HP and No. je^ HP Valves 



Body: The body is Crane Special Brass, a high 
grade steam metal. 

Plug type disc and seat: The plug type disc and 
seat are ideal for severe ser\-ice. The wide seating 
surface is unusually resistant to foreign matter and 
to wiredrawing. The tapered disc permits easy regu- 
lation of flow when throttling. 

A metal plate, secured to the valve by the wheel 
nut, identifies the plug type disc. 

Seat metals ■ The disc is Crane Nickel Alloy. The 
seat ring is Exelloy, a specially heat-treated chromi- 
um iron. These metals offer excellent resistance to 
wear, temperature, galling, and scoring; they are 
harder, tougher, and stronger than metals ordinarily 
used in brass \ ahes. 

Stem threads: The stem threads are accurately 



machined and are unusually long, assuring long life. 

Bonnet construction: Sizes 2-inch and smaller 

have a union bonnet as shown 

in the illustrations at the top of 

the page; z}^ and 3-inch sizes 

have a bolted bonnet, inside 

screw as illustrated at the right. 

Both types provide a strong, 

tight joint, yet they can be 

easily dismantled and reassembled without danger 

of injury to the valve. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is equipped with a 
gland and is unusually deep. It is fi led with high 
grade packing. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. "' ' 




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V4 



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8 



Dimensions, In I nches 

V2 



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LI 1V4 I 1V2 



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2V2 






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I 2Vi6 1211/16 1 3yi6 I 33/4 I 41/4 I 43/, |"53rTTi^ 



Ws ! 43/4 I 5U 



8V4 



F — Open 



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4VL_I4%J 51/4 I 5^ 



&V4 I 7% I 85/. 



2Vi6 I 211/16 I 35/8 i 41/8 



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10 



nVi I 123/4 



m f 21/16 I 29/ifi I 234 3v, 



8 I 6% I 71/2 f 8Va I 93^ [ lOV, I 1134 



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250-Pound 



Brass Globe and Angle Valves 





Granite Composition Disc or Copper Disc Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam, 500° F. 

*500 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 

650 pounds hydrostatic 

FEATURES 

Nickel Alloy Renewable Seat 
t-' Union Bonnet 

♦When No. 212 Cor No. 214 C Valves 
are used on gas, oil, or gasoline, they 
are recommended for only 400 pounds 
working pressure. 





Cross Section 
No. 212 C or No. 213 



List Prices, Each 



Globe, Screwed Angle, Screwed 

No. 212 C, Cranite Disc No. 214 C, Cranice Disc 

No. 213» Copper Disc No. 215, Copper Disc 

Except for the disc and seat, these valves are sim- 
ilar to the Mos. 212 P and 214 P. shown on pai^e 
36. A mecai plate, secured to the valve stem 
under the wheel nut, identifies the type of di.sc. 



Size Inches V4 


% 


V2 


y* 


1 


IVa 


IV2 I 


No. 212 C, No. 214 C, No. 213, or No. 215 5.00 


5.40 


6.60 


8.00 


10.00 


14,00 


20.00 30.00 


Extra disc holder, disc, nut, and disc stem 


With No. 4 Cranite Disc .75 


.85 


.90 


1.30 


1.70 


2.40 


3.00 4.30 


ring, complete, for No. 212 C or No. 214 C 


With No. 2 or No. 3 Disc .70 


.75 


.85 


1.10 


1.50 


2.10 


2.60 3.70 


Extra copper discs for No. 213 or No. 215 .20 


.25 


.30 


.35 


.40 


.50 


.75 1.10 



Dimensions are the same as for the Nos. 212 P and 214 P; see page J6. 



For list prices of ComJDosttion Discs, see pag^e 17H. 



Nos. 212 C and 214 C: The No. 21 xC and No. 

214 C Valves are recommended where discs must be 
frequently renewed. Unless otherwise ordered, they 
are furnished with a No. 4 Cranite Disc for high- 
pressure steam. When ordered for hot water, gas, 
oil, or gasoline, they are furnished with a No. z Hot 
Water Disc; and when ordered for cold water or air, 



with a No. 3 Cold Water Disc. For description and 
dimensions of discs, see page 178. 

Nos. 213 and 215: The No. 213 and No. 215 Valves 

are recommended for services where discs must be 
frequently renewed and where a metallic disc is pre- 
ferred. They ha\'e a Crane Renewable Copper Disc. 




Cross Section 
No. 4, Globe 



Brass Disc Valves 

WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam 
500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 

650 pounds hydrostatic 

No. 4 Valves have Crane Hard Metal body and disc, [n 
sizes M-inch and smaller, the disc is integral with the 
stem; in larger sizes, the disc swivels on the stem, as 
shown in the cross section. The stuffing box on sizes 
^l~\nc\\ and larger has a gland. The valves, when wide 
open, can be repacked while under pressure. 

List Prices and Dimensions 





No. 4, Globe 
Screwed 



No. 4, Angle 
Screwed 



When ordering, specify 

whether globe or 

ungle valves are wanted. 



Size 



Inches 



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s 



Va 



% 



V2 



V4 



1 I ly* I 1V2 



2V2 



No. 4, Globe or Angle 



Each 3.25 I 3.25 | 3.75 | 4.50 [ 6.00 | 7.00 1 10.00| 14.00i22.00 40.00 55.00 



End to end, Globe 



Inches! IV16 IV16 lys I 23/16 I21V16I 31/4 ) 3% \ ^Vie \ 5% | 6V16 7Va 



Inches I 13/1 6 I 13/1 6 



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V/s I 1% I 1V,6 IPS/iel 2 I 2% I 31/4 131V] 



Center to end, Angle 

Center to top of wheel, open. Globe Inches I SH I 31/8 I 33/8 | 3% | 45/8 • 5% \ 6V4 | 7 ' 7% \ 83^ 

Center to top of whee l, open, Angle 
Diameter of wheel 



16 



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Inches f 31/8 I 31/8 I 33/8 



4V2 ! 53/8 I 61/2 : 71/4 I 81/8 I 91/4 I 111/8 





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Regrinding 




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Cross Section 
No. 362 E, Globe 



WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550° F, 

600 pounds cold water, oil. 

or gas, non-shock 



TEST PRESSURE 

900 pounds hydrostatic 



FEATURES 

Hard Metal Body and Disc 
Union Bonnet 



SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

These val\-es are recommended for 
severe operating conditions at high 
pressures. They combine service- 
ability with moderate cost. 



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No. 362 E, Globe 
Screwed 



No. 364 E, Angle 
Screwed 



Size 



No. 362 E or No. 364 E 



Inches 



V4 



List Prices 



^ 



a 



V2 



V4 



1 



IV4 



IVs 



2V2 



EachI 3.30 [ 3.70 I 4.70 | 6.00 j 8.00 | 11.00 [ 15.00 | 24.00 42700 62700 



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Body and disc: These parts are made of Crane 
Hard Metal, a strong, hard, copper-tin bronze that 
resists cutting and wiredrawing exceptionally well. 

Bonnet: The bonnet is made of a new special 
bronze. Its unusually good wear-resisting properties 
combined with the long and accurately machined 
stem threads materially lengthens the life of both 
the stem and bonnet. 

Regrinding : These \'alves can be reground without 
removing the body from the line. Instructions for 
regrinding are furnished with each valve. 






Union bonnet construction: The union bonnet 
construction, in addition to making a sturdy, tight 
joint, facilitates dismantling and reassembling the 
valve. The union ring reinforces the bonnet joint; 
and when the valve is being reground, it centers and 
guides the valve trimmings. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is unusually deep 
and is filled with high grade packing. It is equipped 
with a gland. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 




Size 



V4 



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8 



Dimensions, in Inches 






3/4 



( 



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1 I IV4 I IV2 



15 



2Vi6 I 2iVifi| 215/16I 3V9 I 41/1 



2V2 



'/16 I IVifi I IV, 



45/8 



F — Open 



E-Open I 41/8 I 45/>t ( 5V. [ 63/^ 



LJ. IV2 I 13/4 I 21/. I 25/, 



53/4 I 67/f 



8 



8 



4V2 I 51/8 I 61/ 



2y8 I VA 



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k_J_ &!/8 I /yg I 83^ I 103/, I 12 1/0 I 1.^ 



f 13/4 [ 2Vi« I 29/,. I 3Vl6 



7 I 77/ 



8 



^% I 4Vifi I 43/4 



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Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Regrinding 





No. 1834, Globe No. 1835, Angle 

Male Inlet 
Female Union Outlet 

Male end is one pipe size 
larger than female union end. 



WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam. 550° F. 

600 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 
900 pounds hydrostatic 

INTERCHANGEABILITY 

All parts of these \'alves except 
the bodies are interchangeable 
with the corresponding parts of 
the No. 362 E Globe and No. 
364 E Angle Valves shown on 
the preceding page. 





No. 1836, Globe No. 1837, Anglff 

Female Inlet 
Female Union Outlet 

Both ends are the same size. 



List Prices 



Size 










Inches! 


% X V4 


V2 X 3/8 


% X V2 


1x3/4 


IV4XI 


IV2. 


^1V4 


2x11/2 


2V2X2 


3x21/2 


No. 


1834 


or 


No. 


1835 


Each 


10.10 


10.30 


12.30 


15.20 


21.40 


28 


.40 ' 


36.60 


66.80 


115.00 


Size 












Inches 


Va 


% 


V2 


% 




1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


No. 


1836 


or 


No. 


1837 




Each 


9.50 


9.70 


10.80 


12.90 


17 


.30 


23.80 


31,10 


53.50 



Cab Hose Valves 

Female Inlet — Hose End Outlet 



Union End Valves 
for use with Copper Tubing 




Union Ring 
\ 



Copper Tubing 



The No. 1833 Vahes except for 
their hose end bodies are made 
like the No. 367 E Valves shown 
on the preceding page. 



Tubing 
Flared 



No. 1833 



R 




Recess for 
Brazing Metal 



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List Prices 



Va!\'e Bod\" 



Tail-piece of 
Brazing Metal 



Size 



Inches 



% female 
1/2 hose 



1/2 female 
1/2 hose 



1/2 female 
34 hose 



No. 1833 



Each 



6. SO 



7.00 



10.00 



Union end valves can be made to order 
with brazing tail-pieces for use with copper 

tubing. Prices on application. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size, No. 1834, No. 1835 



Size, No. 1836, No. 1837 
Size, No. 1833 



^8 X V4I V2 X 3/8 P/4 X 1/2I 1 X 3/4 1 11/4x1 111/2 XI1/4I 2x11/2121/2x2 13x21^ 

V4 I % I V2 V4 I I uz un 2 



%xl/2|l/2Xl/2|l/2x3/4 



End to end. No. 1834 



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3ii/i6l 41/4 [ 4IV16I 5V2 I 6V8 I 6% I 713/iel 91/1^ 1103/8 



Center to male end, No. 1835 



m I 2 1/1 6 23/8 23/4 



/A 



3V] 



16 



Cen ter to union end. No. 1835 
End to end. No. 1836 



UViel 23/i6 I 2V,6 I 23/4 31/8 



313/16 1 43/8 I 415/ 



3Vi 



'16 



2'Vl6 33/8 I 31 3/^6 [ 41/4 I 47/8 



4 I 411/16 I 57/ 



S^ 



'16 



'8 



6V16 I 7Vi6 



Center to female end. No. 1837 
Center to union end. No. 1837 
End to end, No. 1833 



1 



13/16 I 13/8 I 11/2 I 13/. 



2Vl 



25/lG 27/ 



'8 



I 



nVie 23/16 I 2V16 23/4 I 31/ 



'8 



3^/ 



16 



41 M 



16 



I 33/8 I 3V2 I 315/161 



Center to top, open. Globe | 4% j 4% [ 5V4 | 4Vs \ 4% \ 51/4 | 63/a | e^/g | 7% I 834 | ipa/g [ni/s 



Center to top, open. Angle 
Diameter of wheel 



41/2 51/8 I 61/ 



7Vi 



8 



I 2I/16 2I/16 I 2Vi6 I 13/4 I 2Vi6 [ 2Vi6 I 3I/16I 35/8 



101/2 12 



4Vi 



43/ 



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Plug Type Disc 





Cross Section 
No. 382 P, Globe 



Size 



WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550° F. 
Screwed valves — 600 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 
Flanged valves — 500 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 

900 pounds hydrostatic. 

FEATURES 

Exelloy Renewable Seat 

Nickel Alloy Plug Type Disc 

Union or Bolted Bonnet 

SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

These valves are recommended for excep- 
tionally se\-ere service, such as for throt- 
tling, and for soot blower, blow-off, boiler 
feed, drip, and drain lines. 

List Prices, Each 





No. 382 P, Globe 
Screwed 



No. 384 P, Angle 
Screwed 





No. 383 P, Globe No. 385 P, Angle 
Flanged Flanged 



Inches I 



No. 382 P or No. 384 P, Screwed 



V4 



% 



V2 3/4 



No. 383 P or No. 385 P, Flanged, F. D. &z S. F. 

Body : The body is strong and durable ; it is made of 
Crane Special Brass, a high grade steam metal. 

Plug type disc and seat: The wide seat resists 
wiredrawing and foreign matter exceptionally well. 
The disc taper assists in maintaining tightness and 
permits easy flow regulation when throttling. 

Construction : Sizes i-inch 
and smaller ha.\Q a union bon- 
net as illustrated above; 2I4 
and 3-inch sizes have a bolted 
bonnet, inside screw, and a bot- 
tom pin guide on the disc as 
illustrated at the right. Both 
bonnet types pro\'ide a strong, 
tight joint, yet they can be 
easily dismantled and reassem- 
bled without injuring the valve. 

Seat metals; The disc is Crane Nickel Alloy; the 



W4 I l'/2 1 2 I 21/ 



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seat ring is Exelloy. These metals are an ideal 

combination, offering unusual resistance to wear 

temperature, and galling; they are harder, tougher' 

and stronger than metals ordinarily used in brass 
valves. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is unusually deep- 

It IS equipped with a gland, and is filled with hieh 
grade packing. ^ 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged valves : End fianges conform to the MSS 

300-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard (No SP-2- 
^<^37). They are plain faced, with two V-shaped 
concentric grooves between the port and the bolt 
holes^ Prices include drilling to the MSS 300-Pound 
C:)tandard, and spot facing; no deduction is made if 
valves are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used ; see page 567. 

Ditnensions, in Inches 



V4 



^ 



'8 



V2 



B 



Vi \ I \ IV4 I 1V._ I 2 (21/2! 3 



^34l21iJlMellViliHM5fl^^ I 8^ 



iVa I ii4Turri3/4 \2v^^nwrWo 



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3Vi6l 33/4 I 41/4 



43/4 i 53/8 I 61A I 71/4 I 8 [ 9"~|T0^ 



E-Op_en| 43/s I 51/g I 55/^ I 554 I 71/ 



^M3VLLA_[4546l 43/4 1 57/16 



G 

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8V4 193/8 [10^4 1 12 I 133/g 



g- I 9 IIOV4I 11 I 123/8 



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Templates for drilling. , . .page 550 



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300 -Pound 



Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Plug Type Disc 




No. 1824 P, Globe No. 1825 P, Angle 

Male Inlet 
Female Union Outlet 

Male end is one pipe size 
larger than female union end. 



WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550° F. 

600 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 
900 pounds hydrostatic 

INTERCHANGE ABILITY 

All parts of these valves 
except the bodies are 
interchangeable with the cor- 
responding parts of the 

No, 3 8zP Globe and No. 384P 
Angle Valves shown on the 
preceding page. 

List Prices 





No. 1826 P, Globe No. 1827 P, Angle 

Female Inlet 
Female Union Outlet 

Both ends are the same size. 



Size 



Inches | V2 x % 



V4 X V2 



1 X 3/4 



IV4 X 1 I IV2XIV4 I 2x IV2 I 2V2x2 



No. 1824 P or No. 1825 P 
Size 



Each 10.30 12.30 



15.20 



21.40 



28.40 



36.60 



66.80 



Inches 



V2 



3/4 



1 



Wi 



1V2 



No. 1826 P or No. 1827 P 



Each 10.80 12.90 



17.30 



23.80 



31.10 



53.50 



Cab Hose Valves 

Female Inlet ^ Hose End Outlet 



Union End Valves 
for use with Copper Tubing 




Union Ring 



Copper Tubing 



The No. 1823 P Valves except 
for their hose end bodies are 
made like the No. 382 P Valves 
shown on the preceding page. 



No. 1823 P 



List Prices 



Tubing 
Flared 



7 

Regular 

Valve Body 




Recess for 
Brazing Metal 



Fail-piece of 
Brazing Meta 



Size 



Inches 



% female 
1/2 hose 



Vz fernale 
1/2 hose 



No. 1823 P 



Each 



6.50 



7.00 



Union end valves can be made to order 
with brazing tail-pieces for use with 
copper tubing. Prices on application. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size, No. 1824 P, No. 1825 P 



I 



1/2 X 3/8 I V4 X V2 I 1x3/4 I IV4XI |lV2Xl'/4l 2 X 1 V2 |2V2X2 



Size, No. 1826 P, No. 1827 P 
Size, No. 1823 P 



Vi 



3/4 



1 



1V4 



1V2 



%XV2 I V2XV2 



End to end. No. 1824 P 

Center to male end. No. 1825 P 
C enter to union end. No. 1825 P 
End to end. No. 1826 P ^ 



4Vi6 



5'A 



8 



b^f 



8 



7Vl6 



85/ 



16 



9"/l6 



2M 



8 



2V, 



35/] 



16 



35/e 



'8 



414 



411/ 



16 



2yi 



2V2 



278 



3Vi 



3»Vi 



43/ 



16 



4% 



5M 



8 



6V16 



6IV16 83/,6 



Center to female end. No. 1827 P 



IV2 



m 



2Vi 



23/j 



'8 



2Vi 



8 



33/ 



16 



Center to union end, No. 1827 P 
End to end. No. 1823 P 



2V2 



2^ 



& 



3^/ 



16 



313/ 



16 



43/,6 



31/2 



35/ 



•8 



Center to top, open, Globe 
Center to top, open, Angle 
Diameter of wheel 



5V8 



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SVs 



S^i 



8 



ey. 



'8 



7V4 



8V4 j 93/8 llQS/s 



47/8 



SM 



'8 



63/g 



8 



I 91/4 IOV4 



2Vi 



2Vl6 



2yi6 



23/4 



31/ 



16 



35^ 



8 



41/ 



16 



43/4 



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A. A. R, Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Inside Screw Type 




WORKING PRESSURE 
300 pounds steam 

TEST PRESSURE 

800 pounds hydrostatic 





Cross Section 

No. 376 P, Globe 

Plug Type Disc 



Globe, Screwed 
No. 376 P, Plug Tvpe Disc 
No. 376 E, Ball Type Disc 



Angle, Screwed 
No. 377 P, Plug Tvpe Disc 
No. 377 E, Ball Type Disc 




Size 



List Prices 



Cross Section 
No. 376 E, Globe 

Ball Type Disc 



Inches 



V4 



% 



1/2 



3/4 



1V4 IV: 



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No 376 E or Z' -'^fi'^^i^^^^^ ^a£^5^,90_6,30_^,30_|^0,7^QO^^ 

No. 376 E or No. 377 E. Ball Type D,sc Each | 5.40 | 5.70 | 7.40 1^7 701 12.00 1 16.0Q 22.nn .A .n .n nn ^ T 



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Association of American Railroads : These valves 
conform Co the recommended practice of the Associa- 
tion of American Railroads fA.A.R.) for 300-Pound 
Uobe and Angle Val\-es for Steam Locomoti\-es 
adopted IQ32, effective August i, 1933^ revised 1035' 
IQ37. ^'^^' 

Body and bonnet: The body is made of Crane 
Special brass. The bonnet is made of a special wear- 
resisting bronze. 

Union bonnet ring: Sizes ij^-inch and smaller 
have a hexagon bonnet ring: larger sizes have a round 
spanner-type ring (not illustrated). 

Plug Type Disc Valves: The disc in H, K- and 
y2-inch P ug Type Disc Vah-es is made of monel 
metal and js spun onto the stem (not illustrated) 

KT- ^,'^f /S"'"''^' ^P"-^ '^'S^^' ^^^ ^'sc is made of Crane 
Mickel Alloy and is fastened to the stem with a disc 
stem ring, as illustrated in the cross section All 
sizes have an Exelloy body seat ring. 

Ball Type Disc Valves: Ji, %, and }^-inch Ball 



Type Disc Valves have a monel metal disc spun onto 
the stem (not illustrated), and an Exelloy body seat 
ring. Sizes M-inch and larger ha\-e a Crane Nickel 
Alloy disc and body seat ring, the former being fas- 
tened to the stem by a disc stem ring, as illustrated 
in the cross section. 

In 2, 2i^, and 3-inch Ball Type Disc Valves, the disc 
has a bottom pin guide which operates through a 
bridge in the body seat ring (not illustrated). 

Stem end for Universal Joint : When 
so ordered, these valves can be furnished 
with the stem end machined for a Uni- 
versal Joint connection, following the 
dimensions specified in the A.A.R. rec- 
ommended practice. Such valves are 
sold at the same price as valves with 
wheel and wheel nut. 

Universal Joints can be supplied when 

ordered; prices will be furnished on application. 




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Size 



Dimensions, in Inches 



End to end, Globe 
Center to end, Angle 



Center to top of wheel, o pen 
Diameter of wheel 




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are not included in the A "a ^R^.V:^'''^ °'i'\j' ^'""^ '^^^^ ^'^^ ^^^^^ ^" "^^^e sizes 
■■ ""-n^ucu in tne a. a. K. recommended practice. 



A.A.R. Unions and Union Fittings. . . .pages 242 to 244 



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300 -Pound 



A. A. R. Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Inside Screw Type 



WORKING PRESSURE 
300 pounds steam 



TEST PRESSURE 

800 pounds hydrostatic 







Globe, Screwed Angle, Screwed 

No. 1870 P, Plug Type Disc No. 1871 P, Plug Type Disc 
No. 1870 E, Ball Type Disc No. 1871 E, Ball Type Disc 

Female Inlet. Female Union Outlet 



Globe, Screwed Angle, Screwed 

No. 1874 P, Plug Tvpe Disc No. 1875 P, Plug Tvpe Disc 
No. 1874 E, Ball Type Disc No. 1875 E, Ball Type Disc 

Male Inlet, Female Union Outlet 



Both ends are the same pipe size. 



The male end is one pipe size 
larger than the female union end. 



List Prices, Each 



Size Inches I/4 % I/2 H 1 1 V4 1 Vz 2 21/2 


No. 1870 P or No. 1871 P, Plug Type Disc 10.00 10.30 11.70 13.90 18.60 25.30 33.10 57.00 


No. 1870 E or No. 1871 E, Ball Type Disc 9.50 9.70 10.80 12.90 17.30 23.80 31.10 53.50 91.00 


Size Inches % x 1/4 1/2 x % ^4 x 1/2 1x^/4 IV4 x 1 1 IV2 x II/4 IxlVa 21/2x2 3x2y2 


No. 1874 Per No. 1875 P, Plug Type Disc 10.60 10.90 13.20 16.20 22.70 29.90 38.60 70.30 


No 1874 E or No. 1875 E, Ball Type Disc 10.10 10.30 12.30 ' 15.20 21.40 28.40 36.60 66. JO 115.00 


For wrenches for removing seat rings, see page 45 . 



Association of American Railroads : These valves 

conform to the recommended practice of the Associa- 
tion of American Railroads (A.A.R.) for 300-Pound 

Globe and Angle Valves for Steam Locomotives, 
adopted 1932, effective August i, 1933, revised 1935. 
1937. 

Interchangeability: Except for the body, the 
valves shown on this page and those shown on the 
preceding page are identical. 

Body, union ring, and tail-piece: The body, 



union ring, and tail-piece are made of Crane Special 
Brass. 

Stem end for Universal Joint: When so ordered, 
these valves can be furnished with the stem end 
machined for a Uni\'ersal Joint connection, following 
the dimensions specified in the A.A.R. recommended 
practice. Such valves are sold at the same price as 
valves with wheel and wheel nut. 

Universal Joints can be supplied when ordered; 
prices will be furnished on application. 



Dimensions, in Inches 





Female Inlet Valves 


V4 % 


y^ ¥4 1 


1V4 


iy2 2 nV2 


Size 


Male Inlet Valves 


% X y^ V2 X % 


3/4x1/2 1x3/4 IV4XI 1 


V2X11/4 


2x11/2 21/2x2 *3x2i/2 


Center to female end 


1V32 1V4 


IV16 12^32 2Vl6 


2% 


2% 33/16 311/16 


Center to male end 


1 31/32 2Vi6 


29/16 31/32 35/16 


3% 


41/8 4II/J6 53/16 


Center to union end 


21/8 25/16 


21/2 31/8 39/16 


41/8 


4II/16 55/16 515/16 


Center to top of wheel, open 


4y8 47/8 


5Vi6 6V16 7Vl6 


83/8 


91/4 10% 121/16 


Diam< 


?ter of wheel 


23/4 23/4 


31/16 35/8 4ViG 


43/4 


53/8 6 7 


imensions on the 2^2 ^^^ - 


X 2J^-inch size.s app ■' 
are not included in 


/ to Ball Type Disc Valves only; P ug Tyi 
the A. A. R. recommended practice. 


36 Disc Valves in these sizes 



rAe valves shown on this page are made to order only, 
600 Pound Cast Steel Valves for Locomotive Service. . page 311 





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A. A. R. Brass Globe and Angle Valves 



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300 pounds steam 

TEST PRESSURE 
800 pounds hydrostatic 





Cross Section 

No. 396 P, Globe 

Plug Type Disc 



Globe, Screwed 
No. 396 P, Plug Tvpe Disc 
No. 396 E, Ball Type Disc 



Angle. Screwed 
No. 397 P. Plug Tvpe Disc 
No. 397 E, Ball Type Disc 




Size 



List Prices 



Cross Section 

No. 396 E, Globe 

Ball Type Disc 



Inches ; 



No. 396 P or No. 397 P, Plug Type Disc 



V2 



3/4 



1 



No. 396 E or No. 397 E, Ball Type Disc 



Each 15.00 



I IVa 



Wz 



17.20 



18.30 



Each 14.10 



26.10 



16.20 



33.40 



17.00 



24.60 



66.50 



For wrenches for removing seat rings, see page 4S. 



31.40 



as. 00 



Association of American Railroads : These valves 
conform to the recommended practice of the Associa- 
tion of American Railroads (A.A.R.) for 3cc-Pound 
Globe and Angle \"aKes for Steam Locomotives, 
adopted 1032, effective Augi^ist i. 1033. revised 1035' 

IQ37- 

Interchangeability: The valves shown on this 
page use the same wheel, wheel nut. disc stem ring, 
disc, body seat ring, union bonnet ring, and bodv as 
the A.A.R. 3oc-Pound Inside Screw Tvpe \alves 
sho\sn on page 42: only the stem, bonnet." gland, and 
gland nut are different. 

Body: The body is made of Crane Special Brass. 

Bonnet: The bonnet is made of Crane Cast Man- 
ganese Bronre. 

Stem : The stem is made of *Crane i S-S \ lo Chrome- 
Nickel Alloy Steel. 

Plug Type Disc Valves: In the Plug Type Disc 



Valves the disc is made of Crane Nickel AIIov and 
the body seat ring is made of Exelloy. 

Ball Type Disc Valves: In the Ball Tvpe Disc 
\alves, both the disc and the bodv seat'rincr are 
made of Crane Nickel Alloy. 

Stem end for Universal Joint: When 
so ordered, these \-al\-es can be furnished 
\\ich the stem end machined for a Uni- 
versal Joint connection, following the 
dimensions specified in the A.A.R. recom- 
mended practice. Such valves are sold 
at the same price as \-al\es with wheel 
and wheel nut. 

Universal Joints can be supplied when 

orders so specify; prices will be furnished on applica- 
tion. ^^ 

*Crane Co. is licensed under patent No 1 587 614 
to manulacture \-ah-es and fittings made from iS-8 
chromium-nickel alloy with 2 to 4% molybdenum. 




Sire 



Dimensions, in Inches 



End to end, Globe 
Center to end. Angle 



Vs 



3/4 



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8 



3^1 



I iV4 I 1V2 I 



Center to top of wheel, open 
Diameter of wheel 



I'A 



16 



4y, 



'8 



16 



I 5 V16 



3Vl6 






43/4 



2Vl6 



5V4 



2% 



6^ 



8 



69/ 



2% 



16 



3S/i 



71/5 



33^, 



'8 



4% 



87/ 



16 



10 



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A.A.R. Screu>ed Fittings. . page 193 A.A.R, Unions and Union Fittings 



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300 -Pound 

A. A. R. Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Outside Screw and Yoke 

WORKING PRESSURE — 300 pounds steam TEST PRESSURE — 800 pounds hydrostatic 




Both ends 

are the same 

pipe size. 





Male end is 

one pipe size 

larger than 

the female 

union end. 




Globe, Screwed Angle, Screwed 

No. 1890 P, Plug Tvpe Disc No. 1891 P, Plug Type Disc 
No. 1890 E, Ball Type Disc No. 1891 E, Ball Type Disc 

Female Inlet, Female Union Outlet 



Globe, Screwed Angle, Screwed 

No, 1894 P, Plug Type Disc No. 1895 P, Plug Type Disc 
No. 1894 E, Ball Type Disc No. 1895 E, Ball Type Disc 

Male Inlet, Female Union Outlet 
List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches 



V2 



3/4 



1 



IV4 



IV2 



No. 1890 P or No. If. 91 P, Plug Type Disc n.40 20.40 23.50 t 33.90 42.60 83.50 


No. 1890 E or No. 1891 E, Ball Type Disc 17.50 19.40 22.20 32.40 40.60 j 80.00 


Size Inches 2/4x1/2 1x3^ IV4 x 1 V/ixiy^ , 2 x IV2 2V2 x 2 


No. 1894 P or No. 1895 P, Plug Type Disc 19.90 22.70 27.60 33.50 48.10 96.80 


No. 1894 E or No. 1895 E, Ball Type Disc 19.00 21.70 26.30 37.00 46.10 93.30 



Association of American Railroads : These valves 
conform to the recommended practice of the Associa- 
tion of American Railroads (A.A.R.) for 300-Pound 
Globe and Angle Valves for Steam Locomoti\-es, 
adopted IQ32, effective August i, iq33, revised 1035, 

IQ37- 

Interchangeability: Except for the body, these 

valves are the same as those shown 

on the preceding page. Except for 

the stem, bonnet, gland, and gland 

nut, the valves use the same parts 

as the A.A.R. 300-Pound Inside 

Screw Type Valves show n on page 43 . 

Body, union ring, and tailpiece : 

The body, union ring, and tail- 
piece are Crane Special Brass. 



Universal Joint: When desired, valves can be 
furnished with the stem end machined for a Uni- 
versal Joint connection, following dimensions speci- 
fied in the A.A.R. recommended practice; prices are 
the same as for valves with wheel and wheel nut. 

Universal Joints can be supplied when ordered; 
prices will be furnished on application. 

Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 


Female Inlet Valves 


V2 


3/4 


1 


1V4 


1V2 


21/2 


Male Inlet Valves 


V4 X Vz 


1x34 


IV4XI 


1V2X1V4 


2x11/2 


2V2 X 2 


Center to female end 


1V16 


1 25/32 


2Vl6 


23/8 


2% 


3Vl6 


Center to male end 


2yi6 


3V32 


3Vl6 


3% 


4y8 


41V16 


Center to union end 


2V2 


3V8 


3Vl6 


41/8 


411/16 


5Vl6 


Center to top of wheel, open 


5Vl6 


5IV16 


6V16 


7V2 


SVie 


10 


Diameter of wheel 


3Vl6 


3% 


4VlG 


43/4 


5% 


6 



fi; 

1 



I 




I I 



The valves shown on this page are made to order only. 





Wrenches for Body Seat Rings 

For A.A-R. Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

These are steel wrenches. A brass guide ring (included in the price 
of each wrench) slips over the shank of the wrench and fits into the 
top of the valve body, centering and guiding the wrench. 

The No. 393 P Wrench can be used to hold the disc when removing 
or inserting the disc stem ring. The square end fits the recess 
in the disc. 

List Prices, Each 



^ No. 393 E, Wrench No. 393 P, Wrench 

for for 

Ball Type Disc Plug Type Disc 

Valves Valves 




Guide Ring 

(Furnished 
with each 

wrench) 



Size of Valve Inches 


1/4 Vs 1 Vl ^4 1 11/4 11/2 2 


% X V4 1/2 X % y4X 1/2 1 X 3/4 11/4 X 1 11/2x11/4 2 xlVz 21/2x2 


No. 393 P Wrench 4.00 4.00 4.25 4.90 5.90 7.00 8.35 10.50 


No. 393 E Wrench 2.90 2.90 3.10 3.50 4.25 4.90 6.00 7.25 



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No. 372 P, Globe 



WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550° F. 
Screwed valves — 600 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 
Flanged valves — 500 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 

800 pounds hydrostatic 

FEATURES 

Exelloy Renewable Seat 

Nickel Alloy Plug Type Disc 

Union Bonnet 

SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

These \'ai\'es are recommended for 
exceptionally se\-ere service, such as 
for throttling, and for soot blower, 
blow-off, boiler feed, drip, and drain 
lines. They are especially suitable for 
superheated steam or for service 
where valves are operated frequently. 





No. 372 P, Globe 
Screwed 



No. 374 P, Angle 
Screwed 





No. 373 P, Globe No. 375 P, Angle 
Flanged Flanged 



List Prices, Each 



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Inches 


Vz 


V4 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


No. 


372 P 


or 


No. 


374 P, 


Screwed 












11.00 


14.50 


18 


00 


22.00 


30.00 


46.00 


No. 


373 P 


or 


No. 


375 P, 


Flanged. 


F. 


U. 


&S. 


b. 






30.00 


37 


00 


47.00 


60.00 


86.00 



Body: The body is strong and rugged. It is made of 
Crane Special Brass, a high grade steam composition. 

Yoke-bonnet: The yoke is compact without sacri- 
ficing accessibility for repacking. Full threads at the 
yoke top for the packing nut prevent crossing or 
stripping of threads. The ser\iceable and practical 
union bonnet holds a tight joint and makes dis- 
mantling for cleaning or repairing easy. 

Plug type disc and seat: The plug type disc and 
seat are unusually resistant to wiredrawing and 
foreign matter. The tapered disc permits easy flow 
regulation when throttling. 

Seat metals: The seat ring is Exelloy; the disc, 
Crane Nickel Alloy. These metals have excellent 
resistance to vs'car, temperature, galling, and scoring. 



Stem: The stem is made of Crane 18-8 Mo, as- 
suring liberal strength and long life. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is exceptionally 

deep and is filled with high grade packing. 

Repacking : These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged valves: End flanges conform to the MSS 

300-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard (No. SP-2- 
1937), They are plain faced, with two V-shaped 
concentric grooves between the port and the bolt 
holes. Prices include drilling to the MSS 300-Pound 
Standard and spot facing; no deduction is made if 
valves are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 

Dimensions, in Inches 




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Size 


Vz 


Va 


1 


IV4 


11/2 


2 


A 


215/16 


SVz 


4V8 


434 


51/4 


6% 


B 


IV2 


13/4 


2Vl6 


2% 


1 2% 


33/16 


C 




43/4 


5% 


6V4 


7V4 


8 


D 




3 


3V4 


3V2 


4 


4^16 


E — Open 


53/4 


61/8 


75/8 


8% 


IQi/s 


nVs 


F — Open 


BVs 


sys 


7% 


83/8 


93/4 


117/8 


G 


2% 


3VlG 


3% 


4Vl6 


43/4 


5% 


H 




4% 


47/8 


SV4 


BVs 


6V2 


J 


>y32 


IV32 


% 


IV16 


% 



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300-Pound 



Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Outside Screw and Yoke — Bolted Bonnet 




Screwed vahes 
Flanged valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 
300 pounds steam, 550° F. 
600 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 
900 pounds hydrostatic 



FEATURES 

Exelloy Renewable Seat — Nickel Alloy Plug Type Disc 





Cross Section 
No. 85 P, Globe 





No. 85 P 
Globe, Screwed 



No. 85 V2 P 
Angle, Screwed 



No. 87 P 

Globe, ('langed 



No. 871/2 P 
Angle, Flanged 



Size 



List Prices, Each 



Inches 



No. 85 P or No. 851/2 P, Screwed 



IV2 



21/2 



60.00 



No. 87P or No. 8/1/2 P, Flanged, F.D. & S.F. 



75.00 



110.00 



80.00 



170.00 



100.00 



140.00 



200.00 



Service recommendations: These valves are 
recommended for throttling, for soot blower lines, 
and for other exceptionally severe services. 

The valves have a plug type disc and seat, permitting 
easy flow regulation when throttling and offering 
excellent resistance to foreign matter and to wire- 
drawing. The outside stem threads are particularly 
well suited for services where the action of the fluid 
might affect inside threads. 

Construction ; The \'alves are unusually heavy and 
rugged. The bolted bonnet provides liberal strength 
at the bonnet joint. 

Sizes 2}/^ and 3-inch have the disc guided through 
a bridge cast integral with the body seat ring, as 
shown in the cross section; smaller sizes do not have 
the guide. 

Materials: The valves have a body and bonnet 
made of Crane Special Brass, a high grade steam 
metal. The plug type disc is made of Crane Nickel 
Alloy, and the renewable body seat ring is made of 
Exelloy; these metals are an ideal combination, being 
stronger, harder, and tougher than metals ordinarily 
used in brass valves. 

Stufifing box; repacking : The stuffing box is deep 
and is filled with high grade packing. It is equipped 

Templates for drilling . . . .page 550 



with a bolted gland. The valves, when wide open, 
can be repacked while under pressure. 

Flanged valves: End flanges conform to the MSS 
300-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard (No. 
SP-2-iq3 7). They are plain faced, with two V- 
shaped concentric groo\-es between the port and the 
bolt holes. Prices include drilling to the MSS 
300-Pound Standard, and spot facing; no deduction 
is made if val\-es are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 

Larger sizes: Sizes 3>2-inch and larger are made 
to order; they have a 45° flat seat and are recom- 
mended for general stop valve service. Prices will 
be furnished on application. 

Cross valves: Cross valves can be made to order. 



Dimensions, in ' 


[nches 






Size 




W2 


2 


21/2 


3 


End to end. No. 85 P 




51/2 


6% 


71/2 


81/2 


Center to end, No. 851/2 P 




23/4 


31/8 


33/4 


41/4 


Face to face, No. 87 P 




7 


8 


9 


IOV16 


Center to face. No. 87y2 P 




378 


41/4 


43/4 


5Vifi 


Center to top of stem, open 


Globe 


91/8 


IOV4 


nvs 


13 


Angle 


8% 


91/2 


10% 


12 


Diameter of wheel 




6 


7 


8 


9 


Diameter of flanges 




6V8 


6V2 
3/4 


71/2 


8 1/4 


Thickness of flanges 




"/16 


"/32 



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350-Pound Brass Globe Valves 

Plug Type Disc 

WORKING PRESSURES 

350 pounds steam, 550'' F. 
1000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 
1200 pounds h>'drostatic 



SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

The No. bz P Brass Globe X'alves are recommended 
for high-pressure steam lines such as are used on 
oil or gas field boilers for deep well drilling, for high- 
pressure water or oil ser\ice on lines not subject to 
shock, and for high-pressure gas Hnes. 

List Prices and Dimensions 




*No. 62 P, Globe 
Screwed 



*Cross Section, No. 62 P 

Body: The body is made of Crane Hard Metal, a 
strong, hard, copper-tin bronze. 

Plug type disc and seat : The plug type disc and 
seat are ideal for se\-ere service, as on soot blower, 
blo^\"-off, boiler feed, drip, drain lines, etc. The 
wide seating surface is unusualh- resistant to foreign 
matter and to \s-iredra\\ing. The tapered disc per- 
mits easy regulation of flow when throttling. 

The disc is Crane Nickel Alloy; the body seat ring. 
Exelloy. These metals are harder, stronger, and 
tougher than metals ordinarily used in brass \-al\-es. 



Size 


Inches 1/2 34 1 iv^ IV, 2 


No. 62 P, Globe, Screwed Jbach 8.30 10.70 13.30 17.50 24.00 40.00 


Dimensions, 
in Inches 


End to end . 3Vs 3% 41/4 5 5% 63^ 


Center to top of lever, open bi/g 7 7^/^ 8^4 9% liy2 




Center to end of lever handle 31/2 Syg 4^4 4% 5 53/^ 



Stem threads: Stem threads are long and accurately 
machined, assuring long life. They have liberal en- 
gagement with the bonnet threads at ail times. 

^Bonnet construction: Sizes i J/^-inch and smaller 
have a union bonnet as illustrated. The 2-inch size 
has a bolted bonnet, inside screw (not illustrated). 
Both types pro\ide a strong, tight joint. 

Stuffing box : The stuffing box is deep, is filled with 

high grade packing, and is equipped with a gland. 

Repacking: The \-al\-es, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 



1000-Pound Hydraulic 

Brass Globe and Angle Valves 



WORKING PRESSURE 






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1000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
TEST PRESSURE — 1200 pounds hydrostatic 

These valves are recom- 
mended for general stop 
vahe service on non-shock water 
and oil lines and on high-pressure 
gas lines. Angular shaped seating 
surfaces provide a wide seat bear- 
ing; the seats and body are integral. 

The body and disc are Crane Hard 
Metal; the stem is Exelloy. The 

valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 






No. 257 H, Globs 
Screwed 




List Prices and Dimensions 



No. 258 H, Angle 
Screwed 



Inches 



V2 



No. 257 H, Globe, or No. 258 H, Angle 



3/4 



1 I IV4 IV2 



Dimensions, 
in 

Inches 



End to end, Globe 



EachI 9.00 |12. 00118.00 25.00133.00 45.00 



Center to end, Angle 



Center to top 
of lever, open 



3 I 3Vie [3^5/^^! 47/^^ I 55/ifiT65;^ 



Globe 



1% I 1% U'Vlfll 23/16 I 29/i6 I 3I/16 



Angle 



5% ! 6% I 71/4 I 83/8 I 91/8 I lOVs 



Cross Section, No. 257 H 



Center to end of lever handle 



SVa I 6V4 I 6% I 71/2 I SVa [ gV, 



31/2 I 3V8 I 41/4 I 454 I 5 I 53/4 



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2000-Pound Hydraulic 

Brass Globe and Angle Valves 

Union Bonnet 



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WORKING PRESSURE 
2000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas. non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 

2200 pounds hydrostatic 

FEATURES 

Union Bonnet 
Hard Metal Body and Disc 





No. 232 H or 
No. 233 H 

Globe, Screwed 



No. 232 H or 
No. 233 H 

Angle, Screwed 




Cross Section 
No. 232 H, Globe 

45° Seat 



When ordering, specify whether globe 
or angle valves are wanted. 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Cross Section 

No. 233 H, Globe 

Plug Type Disc 



Size Inches % Vz | ^4 1 1 1 IV4 


No. 232 H or No. 233 H, Globe or Angle Each 13.00 14.00 17.00 25.00 36.00 


End to end, Globe Inches 2lVi6 2i3/jg 37/jg 4 411/^^ 


Center to end, Angle Inches 1% 1% \ 1% 2Vi6 2% 




No. 232 H, Globe Inches GVa Wh 6V4 Ws ^Vs 


Center to top of 


No. 232 H, Angle Inches 53/4 53/4 b% 71/2 ^Vs 


lever handle, open 


No. 233 H, Globe Inches b^/s 6% 7 ga/g 91/2 




No- 233 H, Angle Inches 6% dVs 6V2 734 8^/4 


Center to end of levt 


>.r handle Inches 3Vs ' 3% ' 4V4 4% 5 



No. 232 H Valves; 45° seat: The i\fo. 232 H Globe 
and Angle Valves are made with a 45° sect. They 
are suitable for general stop valve service on high- 
pressure hydraulic lines that are not subject to 
shock and on high-pressure gas lines. 

All sizes of the No. 232 H Globe and Angle Valves 
have the disc stem ring construction illustrated in 
the cross section at the left. 

No. 233 H Valves ; plug type disc : The No. 23 3 H 
Globe and Angle Valves have a plug type disc and 
seat. They are especially recommended for severe 
service, such as throttling. The wide seating sur- 
faces have excellent resistance to wiredrawing and 
to foreign matter, and the tapered disc permits easy 
regulation of flow. 

The 1 34-inch size valves have the disc stem ring con- 
struction shown in the cross section at the right; 



smaller sizes have the disc cast integral with the stem. 

Rugged construction; Both types of valves are 
well proportioned throughout and are unusually 
heavy. Bodies and discs are cast of Crane Hard 
Metal, a copper-tin bronze of high strength and 
hardness. The union bonnet joint is strong and 
serviceable; it holds a tight joint readily, and it 
facilitates regrinding. 

Seat opening: The diameter of the seat opening in 
the valves is slightly larger than the inside diameter 
of Double Extra Strong Pipe. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Renewable seat valves made to order: Renew- 
able seat valves with either 45° seat or plug type disc 
can be made on special order; prices on application. 



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2500 -Pound Hydraulic 

Brass Globe Valves 

Bolted Bonnet 




WORKING PRESSURE 
2500 pounds cold water, 

oil, or gas, non-shock 



TEST PRESSURE 
3000 pounds 

hydrostatic 



FEATURES 

Bolted Bonnet 

Hard Metal Body 

Hard Metal Plug Type Disc 

SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

Recommended for se\'ere and extremely high 
pressure hN'draulic service on lines not sub- 
ject to shock, and on high-pressure gas lines. 



List Prices and Dimensions 




No. 236 H 

Globe, Screwed 
Plug Type Disc 



No. 236 H 
End to end 



Inches I 1 ( U/^ \\/ 



2^2 



Center to top, open 



Each 145.00 155. 00 170. 00 i95. 00 [180.00 
]riches\ 41/2 415/)6| 51/2 1 6% I 77/. 



Inches I SVs 



'8 



Center to end of handle, or wheel diameter Inches 1 5 j 53^ j — g 



9 I JOVa I 111/2 I 125/8 



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Exceptionally rugged construction: No. 236 H 

Valves ha\-e \'ery heavy metal sections; their bolted 
bonnet provides a sturdy-, rugged construction. 
Crane Hard Metal, used for the bodies and discs, has 
great strength and hardness, and offers excellent 
resistance to wear. 

Plug type disc and seat: The plug type disc and 
seat are unusually resistant to wiredrawing and 
foreign matter. The wide tapered seating surface 
permits easy flow regulation when throttling. 

Disc-stem connection: The i-inch No. 236 H 
Vahes have the disc and stem cast integral (not 
illustrated) ; 1 34 and ij^-inch sizes ha\-e the disc and 
stem cast separately and fastened together with two 



disc pins as shown in the cross section; 2 and z^-inch 
sizes have the two parts cast separately and fastened 
together with a disc stem ring (not illustrated). 

Handle or wheel : i and 1 ^^^-mch valves have lever 
handles as illustrated; larger sizes have wheels. 

Seat opening : The diameter of the seat opening in 
these valves IS slightly larger than the inside diameter 
ot Double Extra Strong Pipe. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Renewable seat valves : Renewable Seat No 236 H 
Valves are made on special order; prices are furnished 

on application. 



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3000-Pound W.O.G 

No. 222 X, Globe 

Exelloy 

See page 310 




600-Pound 
No. 216 XR, Globe 

Forged Steel 

See page 312 



When globe and angle 
valves are required 
for hydraulic pres- 
sures higher than 2500 
pounds or for high 
pressure- temperature 
ines, use Crane Steel 
Valves. They are 
made in an unusually 
wide range of sizes 
and types and for all 
service conditions; see 
pages 3og to 326. 




600-Pound 
No. 3644 XR, Globe 
Forged Steel 

See page 31 S 




6000-Pound Hyd. 

No. 225 H, Globe 

Forged Steel 

See page 319 






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Brass Check and Foot Valves 



Names of parts page 52 

Low Pressure Horizontal Check page 53 

Standard Horizontal and Angle Check page 54 

Standard Swing Check. page ^^ 

Standard Vertical Check page $4 

150-Pound Horizontal and Angle Check. page 56 

200-Pound Horizontal and Angle Check pages S7 and 58 

200-Pound Swing Check pages ^y and 58 

250-Pound Horizontal and Angle Check page ^q 

300-Pound Horizontal Check pages 60 and 61 

300-Pound Swing Check ' pages 60 and 61 

3 50-Pound Horizontal Check page 6^ 

3 50-Pound Swing Check ■. page b^ 

1000-Pound Hydraulic Horizontal Check page 63 

2000-Pound Hydraulic Horizontal Check page 63 

2500-Pound Hydraulic Horizontal Check page 63 

Standard Foot Valves page 54 

Foot Valves for Gasoline Service page 53 

Vertical Check Valves for Gasoline Service page 53 



Crane Brass Check and Foot Valves, like other Crane 
products, are characterized by quality. The line is 
complete and includes a valve for every commercial re- 
quirement. Designs are carefully developed based on 
an accurate knowledge of valve use, and are practical 
and serviceable. 

Other types of brass valves, supplementing the check 
and foot valves indexed above, are shown on the follow- 
ing pages : 

Brass Gate Valves pages 13 to 24 

Brass Globe and Angle Valves pages 25 to 50 

Brass Hose Valves pages 70 and 7 1 

Brass Lever-Operated Quick-Opening Vahes. . pages 66 to 6c) 
Brass Radiator Valves pages 78 to 81 





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The lists shown above do not include all Crane Brass Valves. 
Brass Valves that perform a special duty or those made for 
special services such as Float Valves, Pop Safety Valves, Relief 
Valves, Pressure Regulators, and Reducing Valves, Solder- 
Joint Valves, Crane-Seal Valves, and Valves for Marine Service 
are described in other sections of this catalog. Refer to the index. 



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Names of Parts 

Brass Check and Foot Valves 






Cap 



Disc 



Body 



Cap 



Hinge Pin 



Disc 



Body 




Horizontal Check Valve 
With Brass Disc 

(No. 20, p. 54) 



Swing Check Valve 
With Brass Disc 

(No. 34, p. 55) 



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Identification Plate 



Identification Plate 



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Cap 

Union Cap Ring 



Disc Holder 



Disc 



Disc Retaining Nut 
Body 



Cap 
Stop Plug 
Hinge Pin 

Hinge 

Disc Hinge Nut 

Disc 
Body 




Horizontal Check Valve 
With Composition Disc 

(No. 27, p, 56) 



Swing Check Valve 
Regrinding Type 

(No. 35, p. 57) 



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Cap 



Union Cap Ring 



Disc 



Body Seat Ring 



Body 



Horizontal Check Valve 
With Metal Disc and Renewable Seat 

(No- 218, p, 59) 




Body 



Disc 



Strainer with Wire Screen 



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With Strainer 

(No. 331/2, p. 54) 



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Cross Section 
No. 1212, Horizontal 



Low Pressure Brass Check Valves 

Composition Disc Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 
100 pounds steam — 125 pounds water, 200** F. 

Especially recommended for domestic hot or cold water 
lines, domestic gas lines, and similar low pressure service. 

List Prices and Dimensions 




No. 1212, Horizontal 
Screwed 



Si=e Inches '/g V^ % Vz % 1 1^4 IV2 2 


No. 1212, Horizontal Each 1.10 1.10 | 1.20 1.30 1.90 2.60 3.60 5.00 7.50 


Extra disc holder, disc, and nut. complete Each .40 .40 .55 .80 1.10 | 1.40 1-75 2.25 3.00 


End to end Inches US/^g il3/,J 2 23/„ ly^ 35/i6 33/4 41/4 i ^Vi 


Center to top Inches 1 Vr 1 Vr 1 V4 1 Vs 1% 1 ^4 ^ 21/4 IVi 



These \alve$ combine a wide range of utility with furnished with a No. 8 Disc, suitable for hot or cold 
moderate cost. Their composition disc makes chem water, or domestic gas service. W hen ordered for 
suitable for almost any low pressure installation, steam, they will be furnished with a No. 7 Disc. 

Discs: Unless otherwise ordered, the valves are For description and dimensions of discs, see page 1 78. 

Brass Disc Valves 




Cross Section 
No. 20 B, Horizontal 



WORKING PRESSURES 

100 pounds steam 

125 pounds water. 200° F. — 125 pounds cold oil or gas 

The ^/^-inch size is made with a ball disc. 

List Prices and Dimensions 




No. 20 B, Hori-ontal 
Scre\'.'ed 



Size 



Inches 



Vf 



8 



3/4 



1 



IV4 



IV2 



No. 20 B. Horizontal 



Each 



.80 



1.00 



1.25 



1.50 



1.90 



2 70 



4.00 



End to end 



Inches UVie 



2V2 



2Vi 



8 



3Vi 



37/, 



8 



43/4 



Center to top 



Inches! IVg 



IV4 



IV2 



I'Vi 



2V4 



2Vi 



8 



Brass Check and Foot Valves for Gasoline 




WORKING PRESSURE — 15 pounds gasoline 




Air Tested — Patented 



List Prices, Each, and Dimensions, in Inches 



Cross Section 
No. 43 



No. 43 
Vertical 

Check 
Screwed 



Size 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


No. 43, Vertical Check Valves 


7.50 


9.75 


14.00 


No. 47, Foot Valve with Strainer 


7.75 


10.25 


15.00 


w^ 1 _f 


No. 43 


43/4 


51/4 


6 


End to end 


No. 47 


5Vl6 


SIV16 


by* 


Size that valves 


Pipe tap opening 


2V2 


3 


4 


will pass th 


rough 


Standard pipe 


3 


3V2 


4 




No. 47 

Foot Valve 

With Strainer 

Screwed 




Cross Section 
No. 47 



Service recommendations: These are rugged, 
superior quality valves, ideal for gasoline service. 

They are recommended for 15 pounds pressure, for 
use in accessible locations only, as on overhead tanks; 
they should not be used where inaccessible, as where 
buried underground. 

Construction and materials: The body, the disc 
holder and the wire screen on the Foot Valves are 
made of brass. The disc holder is top and bottom 

Brass Solder-Joint Valves page 503 



guided, assuring square seating. The renewable 
body seat ring is made of a special alloy metal, 
especially suitable for gasoline. 

Disc: The valves have a Crane No. 6 Composition 
Disc. Completely resistant to gasoline, this disc, 
combined with the special alloy seat, makes an ideal 
seating surface; see page 17S for description. 

Test: Each valve body is tested on 80 pounds air; 
the seat is tested under one foot head of kerosene. 

Iron Body Gasoline Check Valves. . . .page 157 




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Standard 

Brass Check Valves 

Brass Disc 






No. 20, Horizontal 
Screwed 



No. 26, .Angle 
Screwed 



WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 

200 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

Sizes ^/g-inch and smaller 
have a ball disc. ^ 



List Prices 





No. 24, Vertical No. 28, Horizontal 
Screwed Screwed 

with Drip Cock 



Size 



Inches 



Vs 



'A 



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y2 



^4 



1 11/4 IV2 



2y2 



No. 20, Horizontal 


Each 1.60 1.60 


1.75 


2.16 


2.75 3.20 


4.50 


6.30 9.50 18.00 25.00 


No. 24, Vertical 


Each 1.80 1.80 


1.90 


2.40 


3.00 1 3.60 


5.00 


7.00 10.60 20.00 27.50 


No. 26, Angle 


Each 1.80 1.80 


1.90 


2.40 


3.00 ! 3.60 


5.00 


7.00 10.60 20.00 27.50 


No. 28, Horizontal, with Drip Cock 


Each 




3.60 


4.40 5.30 


6.60 





Service recommendations: These \'ahes are rec- 
ommended for general service on steam, water, oil, 
or gas lines. 

Construction: The valves are heavier and more 
rugged than is usual with "Standard" \'alves. All 
parts are liberally proportioned, to withstand oper- 

Dimensions, in Inches 



ating strains and expansion and contraction of the 

pipe. 

Installation: The No. 26 Angle Check Valves and 
the No. 24 Vertical Check Valves are designed to 
operate on upward flow only and should always be 
installed with the inlet end down. 



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No. 20 


bndtoend \'A^ \% 17/, ly^ z^Vifi 33/ir 311/16 41/4 51/3 6V16 7Vi6 


v^cnter to top 'Vie IV16 IV16 1^8 ^% 1% 2Vi6 23/8 2l3/,« 35/ifi 33/d 


No. 26 


Center to end 3^ .y,g| , y^^ ^y^ ^^/^ 154 iis/^^ 2Vifi 2V, 3Vifi 3V« 


Center to top i5/i6 1 , IVig IVie iVie l^Vie 2Vi6 2Vig IVa 31/4 l^^ 


No. 24 


End to end 113/,^ iTy^^.i^y^ 2^Aq 2% 3Vifi ^^y^a 4V« 4«Vi« SV. 65/^^ 


Largest diameter U/g li/g 1% II/2 134 2% 29/ifi 1 27/« ; 5/« 47/,^ ^i/. 


No. 28 


End to end 25/8 314 3Vifi 3% 1 


Center to top lii/,^ 2 2Vifi 2Vi 



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Cross Section 
No. 33V2 



Standard 

Brass Foot Valves 

with Strainer 



WORKING PRESSURE 
200 pounds cold water, non-shock 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Inches 



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W 



1 




No. 331/2 
Screwed 



No. 33^2, Screwed 



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End to end 



Inches 



I'' 



EachI 1.40 I 1.55 1.90 2.50 3.50 5.00 10.00 15 00 



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Size of pipe that valve will pass through Inches 1 1 



1% 



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7)U 



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Service recommendations: These valves are rec- through standard wrought pipe, two pipe sizes 
ommended for use on water suction lines. larger than the nominal valve size. 

Construction: The valves are designed to slip The strainer is made of brass wire screen. 

' 1 — 1 -^ . _ _ 

tOur /" size is regularly made to pass through 2" pipe. If required to pass through l}^" pipe, 1" size can be supplied 

at special prices. End to end dimension of this pattern is 3'^s"- 



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Standard 



Brass Swing Check Valves 




Cross Section 
No. 34, Brass Disc 



Brass Disc Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 
200 pounds cold water, non-shock 

These va Ives may be used either 
in a horizontal position, or in a 
vertical position for upward flow. 

List Prices and Dimensions 




No. 34, Screwed 
With Brass Disc 



Size 


Inches 


V4 


% 


V2 


Va 


1 


1V4 


IV2 


2 


21/2 


3 


No. 34, Brass Disc 


Each 


Use No. 35 

Valves- 
See p, 57, 


4.50 


4.80 


5.40 


5.60 


7.30 


9.50 


13.50 


30.00 


45.50 


End to end 


Inches 


m 


2V4 


1 211/16 


3Vl6 


311/16 


41/4 


51/8 


6I/16 


7% 


Center to top 


Inches 


1% 


lVl6 


! l^Vl6 


2Vl6 


2Vl6 


2IV16 


31/4 


3% 


4V8 



Service recommendations: These vahes are 
recommended for service on steam and water lines. 

Construction: The valves are heavier and more 
rugged than is usual with "Standard" valves. All 
parts are liberally proportioned to withstand normal 



operating strains. The disc in sizes % to 2-inch is 
integral with the hinge as shown in the cross section 

In the larger sizes, the disc swivels on the hinge. 
All sizes ha\'e a disc stop, pre\-enting the disc from 
sticking in the open position. 




Leather Disc Valves 



WORKING PRESSURE 

200 pounds cold water, non-shock 



These valves may be used either 
in a horizontal position, or in a 
vertical position for upward flow. 




Cross Section 
No. 34V2, Leacher Disc 



No. 341/^, Screwed 
With Leather Disc 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



% 



V2 



^4 



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No. 341/2, Leather Disc 

End to end 

Center to top 



Each 



5.75 



6.30 



6.90 



7.20 



9.30 



12.00 



16.50 



Inches 



VA 



8 



21/. 



211/ 



16 



3Vi 



311/16 



41/4 



SM 



8 



Inches 



Wi 



8 



1^/ 



16 



113/ 



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2Vi 



2Vi 



21 Vi 



31/^ 



Service recommendations : The No. 343^2 Leather Construction: Except for the leather disc con- 
Disc Valves are especially recommended for service struction. the valves are identical with the No. 34 
on cold water lines. Brass Disc Valves shown above. 



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No. 1303 Brass Solder-Joint Swing Check Valves have solder-joint 
end connections for use with copper tubing. 

The complete Crane Solder-Joint line includes valves, fittings, bends, 
and accessories for domestic and industrial installations; see the 
Solder-Joint Valve and Fitting section, pages 4gQ to 512. 



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Brass Check Valves 








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Cross Section 
No. 27 

Horizontal 



Composition Disc Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 

300 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

FEATURES 

Union Cap. 2-inch and smaller 

Bolted Cap, 23-9 and 3-inch 

Composition Disc 




List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



Va 



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Va 




No. 27 No. 27 

Horizontal Angle 

Screwed Screwed 

When ordering, specify 
whether horizontal or 
angle valves are wanted. 



No. 27. Horizontal or Angle 

Extra disc holder, disc, and nut, complete 



1 i W4 I IVz I 2 I 21/s 



Dimensions, 
in Inches 



End to end, Horizontal 



EachI 2. 60 j 2,90 | 3-20 i 4.20 i 5,80 | 8,00 1 11 -001 16.00130.00(46,00 
Each! ,50 I .65 [ ,95 | K20 | 1.45 [ 1.75 ; 2.401 3,50 6.8Q 10,75 



Center to end. Angle 



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Center to top 



Horizontal 



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Angle 



Wi 



1V2 I 1V4 



2V4 i 2% 



3y2 I 31/2 I 3% 



For list prices of Composition Discs, see page 178. 



1% 1% j 17/g i 21/8 I 21/2 I 23/4 I VA I 31/4 I 33/4 



Service recommendations: These \al\es are 
recommended tor a wide range of ser\ice, such as 
for steam, hot water, cold water, oil, air, or gas. They 

are especially suited for use where discs must be 
renewed easily and quickly. 

Rugged construction: All parts are strong and 
rugged, assuring a high factor of safety. 

Cap joint: Sizes z-inch and smaller ha\e a union 
cap as shown on the illustra- ^ 

tions at the top of the page; fT i 
23-2 and 3-inch a ah es ha\e a l_l #-\ 
compact bolted cap as illus- 
trated at the riiiht. 




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Both t>'pes provide a strong, tight joint, and can be 
easily dismantled for cleaning or for replacement 
of disc. 

Discs: Unless otherwise ordered, these \'alves are 
furnished with a No. i Steam Disc, suitable for steam. 

When ordered for hot water, oil, or gas, they are 
furnished with a No. 2 Hot Water Disc. 

When ordered for cold water or air, they are fur- 
nished with a No. 3 Cold Water disc. 

For description and dimensions of discs, see page 178. 

A metal plate, secured to the cap. identifies the type 
of disc. 




Cross Section 

No. 31 

Horirontal 



Metal Ball Dise Valves 

WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 
300 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



V2 



V4 



1 



IVj 



No. 31. Horizontal EachI 3.30 | 4.50 ' 6.00 9.00 



End to end 



Inches I 2»V]6 I 33/i 



Center to top Inches 1 HVie I H 5/ 



33/4 



AVa 



16 



2Vi 



2Vi 



Service recommendations: These calves are 
recommended for steam, water, oil. or gas lines. 

Smaller sizes: When sizes smaller than 3 2-inch are 
required, the No. 20 Horizontal Check \'alves sho\s n 




No. 31 

Horizontal 

Screwed 



on page 54 are recommended; they have a ball disc. 

Valves with drip cock: These valves can be fur- 
nished with a drip cock, similar to that on the No. 28 
Check Valve shown on page 54, at an extra price. 



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200-Pound 

Brass Check Valves 

Regrinding 





Cross Section 
No. 35, Swing 



WORKING PRESSURES 

Screwed valves —200 pounds steam, 500° F. 

400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
Flanged valves — 150 pounds steam, 500^* F. 

225 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURES 
Screwed valves — 600 pounds hydrostatic 
Flanged valves ^450 pounds hydrostatic 





Cross Section 
No. 72, Horizontal 








No. 35, Swing 
Screwed 



No. 37, Swing 
Angle, Screwed 



No. 351/2, Swing 
Flanged 



No. 72, Horizontal 
Screwed 



No. 72, Angle 
Screwed 



Horizontal Swing Check Valves may also be used 
in a vertical position for upward How. 



When ordering, specify whether horizontal 
or angle valves are wanted. 



List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches 



Va 



% 



V2 



V4 



1 



IV4 i IM 



21/2 



No. 35, Swing, Screwed 

No. 351/2, Swing, Flanged, F. P. & S. F. 
No. 37, Swing, Angle, Screwed 



6.25 I 6.25 I 6.60 7.50 1 8.00 | 11.00 | 14:00| 20.00 | 38.00| 51.00 



24.00 25.00 34.00 42.00 70.00 100.00] 123.00 



6.60 1 7.50 8.00 U.OO 14.00 | 20.00 



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2:00 OO 2.80 I 4.00 I 5.50 j 7.20 | 10-00 | 16.00 | 29.00| 41.00 



Service recommendations: These valves are 
recommended for severe service on steam, water, oil. 
or gas lines. The No. 72 VaKes were formerly 
known as "Navy" Pattern. 

Materials: The bodies are made of Crane Special 
Brass, a high grade steam metal. The hinge pin in 
Swing Check Valves is made of Exelloy. 

Regrinding: All check valves shown on this page 
may be reground without removing the bodies from 
the line. By removing the stop plug on the swing 
check valves, a screw driver can be engaged with the 



slot in the disc spud, making it easy to rotate the 
disc when regrinding. 

Flanged valves: End flanges conform to the 
MSS 150-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard 
(No. SP-2-1Q37). They are plain faced, with two 
V-shaped concentric grooves between the port and 

the bolt holes. 

Prices include drilling to the MSS 150-Pound 
Standard, and spot facing; no deduction is m.ade if 
valves are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 



V4 



M 



'8 



Vz 



V4 



1 IV4 I IV2 



2V2 



No. 35, Swing 



End to end 



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Center to top 



IV16 IV16 I IVifi I i^Vie [ 2 



23/8 21 Vis I 33/16 I 33/4 I45/16 



No. 351/2. Swing 



Face to face 



43/f 



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SVf 



8 



eVs I 73/8 8V2 I 9V8 



Center to top 



nVi 



16 



23/8 I 2IV16 I 33/16 I 33/4 I 45/16 



Center to end 



No. 37, Angle, Swing jcenter to top 



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IV16 I I'Vie I 23/16 i 2V2 I 27/8 I 3Vi6 



No. 72, Horizontal 
or Angle 



End to end. Horizontal | l^Vie I '^^Vis I 2V4 | 23/4 j 35/ 



'16 



3% 41/2 I 51/4 I 6V16 I 7^/4 



Center to end. Angle 



V16 



I 13/fi I 13/s I IIV16 I 115/16 I 21/4 I 2% I 33/,e \3}M 



'16 



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2V4 3Vi6 33/4 I 45/16 



Center to top, Angle 



iVi^ I iy« I IV16 I I7i6 I 2V« I 2Vi6 I 23/4 |3S/i6 I 33/4 I 43/8 



Flange dimensions 



Diameter of flanges 



3% I 41/4 I 4y8 



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Thickness of flanges 



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200-Pound 

Brass Check Valves 

Bolted Cap 



WORKING PRESSURES 

Screwed Valves 

200 pounds sceam, 500° F. 

400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

Flanged Val\ es 

150 pounds steam, 500° F. 

225 pounds co d water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURES 

Scre^-ed Vahes — 600 pounds hydrostatic 



Cross Section, No. 4032, Swing 



Flanged VaU-es 



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The No, 4032 and No, 4033 
Swing Check Valves may 
also be used in a vertical 
position for upward flow. 



No, 4032, Screwed 
Swins 



No. 4033, Flanged 

Swins 



Cross Section 

No. 4062^ Screwed 

Horizontal or Angle 
(Horizontal illustrated) 

No- 4063, Flanged 

Horizontal or Angle 

(Mot illustrated) 

When ordering, specify 
whether horizontal or 
angle valves are wanted. 



List Prices, Each 



Size 



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3V2 



No. 4032, Swing, Screwed 54.00 68.00 . 84.00 


No. 4033, Swing, Flanged. F.D. & S.F. ' 76.00 94.00 ' 124.00 ' 194.00 ' 234.00 i 290.00 '400.00 


No. 4062, Horizontal or Angle, Screwed Prices on app ication 


No. 4063, Horizontal or Angle, Flanged, F.D. & S.F. Prices on app ication 



Service recommendations: The \'al\'es shown on 
this page are high qualit\' bolted cap check val\-es. 
They are recommended for use on large pipe lines 
where brass \"alves are wanted. 

Strong and rugged, the \'alves are liberally propor- 
tioned to withstand severe operating strains; their 
bolted cap construction makes an exceptionally tight, 
strong, and serviceable joint. 

No. 4032 and No. 4033: The No. 4032 and No. 4033 
Swing Check Vah'es have a body, cap, and disc 
made of Crane Special Brass, a high grade steam 
metal. Sizes 4-inch and smaller ha\'e a separate disc 
and hinge, as illustrated ; larger sizes have a one-piece 
disc and hinge (not illustrated). 

Sizes 4-inch and smaller can be reground without 
removing the body from the line. By removing the 



stop plug, a "^crew dri\-er can be engaged with the 
slot in the disc spud, making it easy to rotate the disc 
when regrinding. 

No. 4062 and No. 4063 : The No. 4062 and No. 4063 
Horizontal and Angle Check VaKes ha\e a Crane 
Special Brass body, cap. and disc. The body seat 
ring is Crane H^rd Metal, a strong, hard, copper-tin 
alloy ha\"ing excellent resistance to wear. 

Flanged valves: End flanges conform to the MSS 
1 50-Lb. SP Bronze Flange Standard (No. SP-2-iq37). 
They are plain faced, with two V-shaped concentric 
grooves between the port and bolt holes. Prices 
include drilling to the MSS i 50-Pound Standard, and 
spot facing; no deduction is made if val\-es are 
ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page ^bj. 
Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 



W2 



21/2 



31/2 



No. 4032, Screwed 

or 
No. 4033, Flanged 



End to end, No. 4032 



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Face to face. No. 4033 



Center to top 



7% I 8V2 91/8 IOV4 ' 111/2 I 127/8 I 14^^ 



8 



33/4 I 43/8 



No. 4062, Screwed 

or 
No. 4063, Flanged 



End to end, No. 4062, Horizontal 



6V2 71/4 8V4 



5V, 



16 



Center to end. No. 4062, Angle 



71/4 I 8V4 



211/ 



16 



3% 41/8 



Face to face, No. 4063, Horizontal | SVg | b% ■ 8 ; gVg 10% | 11 12*4 



Center to face. No. 4063, Angle 



14 



31/8 i 334 ( 41/4 4% 51/4 1 SV2 I 6I/4 



Center to top 



Horizontal 



33/8 3% 45/s 



8 



51/8 , 53/4 I 63/4 , 73/4 



Angle 



2% i 27/8 , 35/8 



Flange 
dimensions 



Diameter of flanges 



4V8 I 4% ; 51/4 53/4 



Thickness of flanges 



7V2 8V2 i 9 



10 



11 



Vis 



Vz 



*/l6 



% 



Vifi i 1V16 



¥4 



Vi 



16 



Templates for drilling , page 550 



Valves for Marine Service. . . page 464 



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250 -Pound 

Brass Check Valves 



59 




Crane Nickel Alloy Disc Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam, 500° F. 

500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



;V 



Cross Section 
No- 218, Hori::ontaI 



Size 



TEST PRESSURE — 750 pounds hydrostatic 

FEATURES 

Crane Nickel Alloy Disc and Seat 

Union Cap 

List Prices and Dimensions 





No. 218 

Horizontal 
Screwed 



No. 219 

Angle 
Screwed 



Inches • 



V. 



No. 218, Horisontal, or No. 219, Angle 
End to end, Horizontal 
Center to end. Angle 



'8 



Vi 



3/4 



1 



1V4 



1V2 



Each! 3.80 I 4.20 



4.80 



6.50 I 7.30 11.00 I 14.00 23.00 



Inches 



25/l6 I 2IV16 W. 



'16 



33/4 



41/4 



43/4 



Inches I iVi6 I IV16 



53/4 



Inches I IVi 



Center to top. Horizontal or Ang le 

Service recommendations: No. 218 and No. 21Q 
Brass Check Valves are recommended where operat- 
ing conditions require a high quality metal disc and 
seat. They are suitable for severe service on steam, 
water, oil. or gas lines. 

Rugged construction: Ail parts are unusually 
strong and rugged. The \-al\-es are liberally propor- 



IV4 



IV16 nVlG 



23/16 211/ 



'16 



iy2 



1% 



21/4 



2% 



3V2 



tioned and will withstand seN-ere operating strains. 

Material : The body is made of Crane Special Brass, 
a high grade steam composition. The disc and seat 
are Crane Nickel Alloy, a seating material that resists 
wear exceptionally well. 

Union cap: The val\'es ha\"e a union cap and can 
be easily dismantled for cleaning and repairing. 




Granite Composition Disc Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 
250 pounds steam. 500° F. 

500 pounds cold water, non-shock 

400 pounds cold oil or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE — 650 pounds hydrostatic 



Cross Section 
No. 218 C, Horizontal 



Cranite Disc 



FEATURES 

- Crane Nickel Alloy Seat 
Union Cap 

List Prices 





No. 218 C 


No. 219 C 


Horizontal 


An^le 


Screwed 


Screwed 



Size 




Inches 1/4 3/8 1/2 


3/4 


1 


iV4 


IV2 


2 


No. 218 C, Horizontal, or No. 219 C, 


Angle Each 3.80 4.20 4.80 


6.50 


7.50 


'11.00 


14.00 


23.00 


Extra disc holder, disc. 


With No. 


4 Cranite Disc Each .65 .70 1.00 


1.30 


1.60 


2.00 


2.70 


4.00 


and nut, complete 


With No. 


2 or No. 3 Disc Each .50 .65 ! .95 


1.20 


1.45 


1.75 


2.40 


3.50 




For list prices of Composition Discs, see page 178. 













Service recommendations: The No. 218 C and 
No. 2iqC Valves are recommended for services 
where discs must be frequently renewed. 

Construction and dimensions: Except for the 
disc and seat, the \'alves are the same as the Nos. 218 
and 2iq shown abo\e. End to end, center to end, 
and center to top dimensions are alike. 

Discs: Unless otherwise ordered, No. 218 C and 



No. 2iq C Valves are furnished with a No. 4 Cranite 
Disc, suitable for high-pressure steam. 

When ordered for hot water, oil, or gas, they are 
furnished with a No. 2 Hot Water Disc. 

When ordered for cold water or air. they are fur- 
nished with a No. 3 Cold Water Disc. 

For description and dimensions of discs, see page 1 78. 



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300-Pound 

Brass Check Valves 

Regrinding 





Cross Section 
No. 74 E, Swing 



WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550° F. 
Screwed valves — 600 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas. non-shock 
Flanged valves — 500 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURES 

No. 74 E and No. /> E — 900 pounds hydrostatic 
No. 366 E and No. 369 E — Air tested 




Cross Section 
No. 366 E, Horizontal 








The No. 74 E and the 
No, 75 E Swing Check 
Valves may also be used 
in a vertical pos i^ 
tion for upward Row. 












No. 74 E, Swing 
Sc reeved 



No. 75 E, Swing 



Flanged 



No, 366 E, Horizontal No- 369 E, Horizontal 
Screwed Flanged 



List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches 



V4 



% I V2 I 3/4 



IV4 I IV2 



2V2 



No. 74 E. Swing. Screwed 



No. 75 E, Swing. Flanged, F. D. & S. F. 



6.8017.0017.701 9.00 [10.001 14.001 19.00127.00! 49.001 75.00 



No. 366 E. Horizontal, Screwed 

No. 369 E. Horizontal, Flanged. F. P. & S. F. 

No. 74 E and No. 75 E: The No. 74 E and No. 7^ E 
are heavy, ruggedly constructed swing check valves, 
recommended for se\-ere service on steam, water, oil, 
or gas lines. The body and disc are Crane Special 
Brass, a high grade steam metal. The hinge pin is 
made of Exelloy. 

These \'a]\es may be reground without removing the 
body from the line. By remo\'ing the stop plug, a 
screw dri\'er can he engaged with the disc-spud slot, 
making it easy to rotate the disc when regrinding. 

No. 366 E and No. 369 E: These are horizontal 
check \-aK-es, recommended for steam, water, oil. air, 
or gas, and especially for service where pulsations in 
the line are apt to cause an ordinary check \-alve to 
hammer. The dashpot formed abo\-e the piston type 
disc effectively cushions the disc. 



20. 00126.00 36.00154.00 75. OOj 110.00 140.00 



3.00^3.4014.201 5.501 7. 20| 10. 00| 13.50121.001 38.001 57.00 



19. 50123. 00:27. 00132. 50143. 001 68.00 91.00 



The body and disc are Crane Hard Metal, a copper- 
tin bronze that resists wear exceptionally well. 

These valves can be reground without removing the 

body from the line. 

When so ordered, the valves can be equipped with a 
spring above the disc to keep the valve normally 
c osed when used on air or gas; prices on application. 

Flanged valves: End fianges conform to the MSS 

300-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard (No. SP-2- 
iq37). They are plain faced, with two V-shaped 
concentric grooves between the port and the bolt 
holes. Prices include drilling to the MSS 300-Pound 
Standard, and spot facing: no deduction is made if 
vah'es are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 



Dinnensions, in Inches 



^^'^'^ V* % V2 ^4 1 IV4 IV2 2 2V, 3 


No. 74 E 


Endtoend, No. 74E 2% 2V4 ! 23/4 3VlG 35/b j 4Vs f 4l3/,6 513/16 613/^6 g 


or 
No. 75 E 


bace to face, No. 75 E 51/4 5Wie (>Vie 7Vi6 83/8 93/8 lOVie 


(.enter to top is/^^ is/,^ pa/^^ jy^ 2V,fi 2i3/,« aV,*: 3^^ 4V.« SV,. 


No. 366 E 


End to end, No. 366 E li3/^g j 21/2 I^Vib 31/7 4Vifi 45/« 534 | 6% 8 


or 

No. 369 E 


Face to face, No. 369 E | 315/,, 49/,, s ^3^ *;3/, 77/„ «ii/,^ 


Center to top 1 1V« 1% | 17/, 2 j^ 754, ] -^l/, ^7/, AIL 


Flange 


Diameter ot Hanges | 45/, 47/g | 51/^ 51/^ ^y^ 71/^ gi/^ 


dimensions 


Ihicknessot flanges | | iz/^^ 19/^, 5/« >V,6 1 ¥4 >¥i6 2^/32 



Ten^plates for drilling 



Ferr OS feel Piston Type Disc Check Valves 
page 550 



page 482 

Valves for Marine Service. . , .page 465 



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61 



300-Pound 

Brass Check Valves 

Bolted Cap 




WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam. 550° F. 
Screwed valves — 600 pounds cold ^^■ate^, oil 

or gas, non-shock 
Flanged val\-es — 500 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 
900 pounds hydrostatic 




Cross Section 
No. 4234 E, Swing 



Swing Check Valves may also be used 
in. a vertical position for upward Row. 



Cross Section 
No. 4064 E, Horisoncal 







No. 4234 E, Swing 
Screwed 



No. 4235 E, Swing 



Flanged 



No. 4064 E, Horizontal 
Screwed 



No. 4065 E, Horizontal 
Flanged 



List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches 



il>^ 



2V, 



No. 4234 E, Swing, Screwed 



30.00 



40.00 



55.00 



No. 4235 E> Swing, Flanged, F. D. & S. F. 
No. 4064 E, Horizontal, Screwed 



40.00 



55.00 



75.00 



20.00 



30.00 



40.00 



55.00 



No. 4065 E, Horizontal, Flanged, F. D. & S. F. 



30.00 



40.00 



55.00 



75.00 



Service recommendations: These are exception- 
ally rugged check valves. They have hea\'y metal 
sections and are Uberally reinforced to withstand 
severe operating conditions. Their bolted cap pro- 
vides an unusually strong and tight joint. The 
valves are ideal for hard ser\'ice. 

Materials: The No. 4134 E and No. 4^35 E Swing 
Check Valves have a body, disc, and cap made of 
Crane Special Brass, a high grade steam metal. 

The No. 4064 E and No. 4065 E Horizontal Check 
Valves have a Crane Special Brass body and cap ; the 
disc and body seat ring are Crane Hard N4etal, a 
strong, hard, copper-tin bronze. The body seat ring 
is rene^^■able. 



Regrinding: These \al\es can be reground without 
remo\ ing the bodies from the line. By remo\ ing the 
stop plug on the swing check vah'es. a screw driver 
can be engaged with the slot in the disc spud, making 
it easy to rotate the disc when regrinding. 

Flanged valves: End flanges conform to the M5S 
300-Pound SP Bronze Flange Standard (No. 
SP-2-iq3 7). They are plain faced with two V-shaped 
concentric grooves between the port and the bolt 
holes. Prices include drilling to the MSS 300-Pound 
Standard, and spot facing; no deduction is made if 
vah'es are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 

Larger sizes: Larger sizes can be made to order. 



Size 



Dimensions, in Indies 



2V2 



No. 4234 E 

and 
No. 4235 E 



End to end, No. 4234 £ 



51 Vi 



16 



61 3/1 



16 



8 



Face to face. No. 4235 h 



8^1 G 



9^! 



8 



loy, 



g 



Center to top. No. 4234 E or No. 4235 E 



VA 



8 



43/4 



51/2 



No. 4064 E 

and 
No. 4065 E 



End to end. No. 4064 E 



51/2 



6 v. 



7V2 



8V2 



Face to face. No. 4065 E 



S 



lOS/i 



IS 



Center to top. No. 4064 E or No. 4065 E 



31/2 



3yi 



8 



47/i 



8 



51/2 



Flange 
dimensions 



Diameter of flanges 



6i/( 



8 



6V2 



7V2 



8V4 



Thickness of flanges 



»V] 



16 



3/4 



^Vi 



16 



29/, 



32 



Templates far drilling . . . page 550 



Valves for Marine Service pctge 465 



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350-Pound 

Brass Check Valves 

Regrinding 





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WORKING PRESSURES 

350 pounds steam, 550° F, 
1000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE 
1200 pounds hydrostatic 



Cross Section 
No. 78 E, Swing 




No. 78 E, Swing 

Scre\>. ed 



These \'ah'es are especially 
suited for high-pressure steam 
lines such as are used on oil and 
gas field boilers for deep well 
drilling, and for high-pressure 
cold water, oil, or gas lines. 




*Cross Section 
No. 63 E, Horizontal 




*No. 63 E, Horizontal 
Screwed 






The No. 78 E Swing Chech Valves 

may also be used in a 
vertical position for upward Row. 



*2-inch No. 63 E Horizontal Chech Valves 

are rrtade with a bolted cap. 

{Not illustrated) 













List Prices 
















Size 








Inches 


V2 


^4 


1 


iy4 


yvt 


2 


No. 


78 E, 


Swing Check, 


Sere 


wed 


Each 


8.00 


10.00 


13 


00 


17.00 


22.00 


33 


00 


No. 


63 E, 


Horizontal Check, 


Screwed 


Each 


9.00 


11.00 


15 


00 


20.00 


25.00 


37 


00 







Service recommendations: These are unusually 
rugged check valves, especially designed for high- 
pressure steam lines such as are used on oil and gas 
field boilers for deep well drilling operations. They 
are equally well suited for high-pressure water or oil 
service on lines not subjected to shock, and for high- 
pressure gas lines- 

No. 78 E: The No. 78 E are Swing Check Vahes, 
ha\-ing a Crane Hard Metal body and disc. Hard 
Metal is a strong copper-tin bronze that has excep- 
tional wear resistance. The hinge pin is Exellox'. 

No. 63 E: The No. 63 E are Horizontal Check 
Valves, having a Crane Hard Metal body and disc, 
and a Crane Nickel Alloy body seat ring. 

The upper part of the disc is piston t\pe, fitting 
snugly into the cap and forming a dashpot which 



effecti\eK' cushions the movement of the disc. 

The union cap construction shown on the illustra- 
tions is used on sizes i3^-inch and smaller. The 
2-inch size has a bolted cap (not illustrated). 

Regrinding: All of the check valves shown on this 
3age may be reground without removing the valve 
Dody from the line. By taking out the stop plug on 
the swing check valves, a screw driver can be en- 
gaged with the slot in the disc spud, making it easy 
to rotate the disc when regrinding. 

Steel valves: For higher steam pressures and 
temperatures or for exceptionally severe service on 
which many engineers prefer a material better than 
brass or bronze, Crane Steel Valves are recom- 
mended. See the section of this catalog devoted to 
Steel Check Valves, pages 327 to 336. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 




V2 


¥4 


1 


1V4 


iy2 


2 


No. 78 E, Swing 


End to end 


2V4 


3Vl6 


3% 


41/8 


4»Vl6 


S^Vie 


Center to top 


nVl6 


2V8 


2Vi6 


2>3/l6 


3Vie 


3>Vl6 


No. 63 F, Horizontal 


End to end 


3V8 


3V8 


41/4 


5 


5% 


63/4 


Center to top 


IVs 


2V8 


21/2 


2V4 


3y8 


4V2 



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Hydraulic 

Brass Check Valves 



63 





Cross Section 




Cross Section 




Cross Section 



1000 - Pound 



WORKING PRESSURE 

1000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas. non-shock 
TEST PRESSURE — 1200 pounds hydrostatic 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches 


V2 


% I IV4 IVa 


2 


No, 259 H 


Each 


7.00 


10.00 13.00 17.00 23.00 


33.00 


End to end 


Inches 


3 


3ViG 3iV,e 4Vi6 55/16 


6V16 


Center to top 


Inches 


2V8 


23/8 234 1 31/4 35/8 


41/4 



2000 - Pound 



WORKING PRESSURE 
2000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE — 2200 pounds hydrostatic 
List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches 


Vs 


V2 


3/4 


1 


IV4 


No, 234 H 


Each 


11.00 


12.00 


15.00 


21.00 


32.00 


End to end 


Inches 


213/16 


213/16 


3V,6 


4 


41V16 


Center to top 


Inches 


2% 


2% 


31/4 


378 


4Vl6 



2500 -Pound 



WORKING PRESSURE 
2500 pounds cold water, oil. or gas. non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE — 3000 pounds hydrostatic 
List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


No. 238 H 


Each 


36.00 


45.00 


55.00 


80.00 


End to end 


Inches 


41/2 


41V,6 


51/2 


6% 


Center to top 


Inches 


3% 


41/8 


4% 


5% 




No, 259 H 

Horizontal 

Screwed 

1000-Pound 




No. 234 H 

Horizontal 

Screwed 

2000-Pound 




No. 238 H 

Horizontal 
Screwed 

2500-Pound 



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Service recommendations: Crane Hydraulic 
Brass Check Valves are recommended for severe 
high-pressure hydraulic service on lines not subjected 
to shock, and for high-pressure gas lines. 

Construction: The valves are exceptionally heavy 
and rugged. The top of the disc fits snugly in the 
valve cap, guiding the disc accurately and forming a 
dashpot that effectively cushions the action of the 
valve while in service. 

The No. 259 H Valves have a screwed cap, the 
No. 234 H Valves have a union cap, and the 
No. 238 H have a bolted cap. 



Materials : The bodies and discs of these valves are 
made of Crane Hard Metal, a strong, hard, copper- 
tin alloy having excellent resistance to wear. 

Seat opening: The diameter of the seat opening 
in the No- i^q H Valves is the same as the nominal 
size of the valve. In both the No. 234 H and the 
No. 238 H Valves, it is slightly larger than the inside 
diameter of Double Extra Strong Pipe. 

Steel valves: When check valves are wanted for 
higher pressures, for higher temperatures, or for 
unusually severe services, Crane Steel Valves are 
recommended. See pages 327 to 33b. 



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Crane brass check valves, gate and globe valves, 
and fittings on the service lines of an office building. 





In a steel mill ^ these Crane brass p;ate 
valves contrt>] the water lines for descalers. 



Condensation return from creosoting retorts in a 
wood -treating plant using Crane equipment- 






Crane iron and brass gate vaK'es, 
unions and fittings in air conditioning 
system of a glass manufacturing plant. 



Typical of many marine services — 
Crane valves on the lubricating 
oil lines of a river towboat. 



The complete piping require- 
ments of breweries are fully met 

by dependable Crane equipment. 



CRANE 



65 



Brass Quick-Opening and Hose Valves 



Hose and Hose Goods 






Brass Quick-Opening Self-Closing Globe Valves 

iz5-Pound, with Composition Disc page 66 

20o-Pound, with Connposition Disc page 66 

I z5-Pound, with Brass Disc, without Stuffing Box . . page 67 
iz5-Pound, with Brass Disc and Stuffing Box page 67 

Brass Quick-Opening Cam-Action Gate Valves page 68 

Brass Quick-Opening Sliding-Stem Gate Valves page 68 

Brass Butterfly Valves page 6q 

Brass Quick-Acting Throttle Valves page 69 

Brass Hose Gate Valves, Standard and Underwriters'., .page 70 

Chicago Hose Valves page 7 1 

Brass Angle Hose Valves page 7 i 

Garden Hose Valves page 7 i 

Hose Threads for Hose Valves page 72 

Hose page 73 

Hose Couplings page 73 

Hose Clamps .page 74 

Hose Nozzles and Pipes page 74 

Hose Fittings page y^ 



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In addition to the Brass Valves indexed above, 
Crane Co. also manufactures an extensive line 
of Quick-Opening Valves made of other mate- ' 
rials and a line of Brass Hose Valves for Marine 

H 

service. These are shown in other sections of 
the catalog; see the pages referred to below; 

Quick-Opening Clamp Gate Valves, Iron Body page qq 

Quick-Opening Standard IronBody Wedge Gate Valves .page 104 

Iron Body Butterfly Valves , page 148 

Iron Body Quick-Acting Throttle Valves page 148 

Corrosion-Resistant Alloy Quick-Opening Gate Valves, .page 451 

Brass Hose Gate Valves for Marine Service page 467 



Brass Chronometer Valves. . . .page 476 







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Cross Sect'on 
No. 121/2 



Brass Globe Valves 

Quick-Opening — Self-Closing 



WORKING PRESSURES 

No. 12H Valves 
125 pounds air, gas, or steam 

No. 7}/2 Valves 

200 pounds hot water, 200° F. 

200 pounds cold water, light oils, or gasoline, 100° F. 

SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

No. 123^2 Vah-es are recommended for air or gas at 
atmospheric temperature and for saturated steam. 
They are ideally suited for cooking vats, soot blow- 
ers, can and bottle sterilizers, and similar service. 

No. 7^2 VaKes are recom- 
mended for hot or cold water, 
and for light oils or gasoline 
at atmospheric temperature. 
They are widely used on gas- 
oline and oil loading raci<s, 
public showers, etc. VaK'es 
for heavy oil service can be 
furnished when desired ; prices 
on application. 



200-Pound 




Cross Section 

No. 71/2 



No. UYz, Globe, Screwed 




No. 71/2, Giobe, Screwed 



List Prices, Each 



Size 


Inches 1/4 % 1/2 3/4 1 IV4 IV2 2 21/2 3 


No. I2V2 


6.0017.00 8.00 10.00 13.00 16.00 24.00 


No. 7V2 


18.00 10.00 13.00 16.00 24.00 34.00 50.00 90.00 



Orders for Nos. 
12'/2or 7^2 Valves 

should specify 
service conditions. 



Operation; The \*ah"es are easily operated. A short 
pull on the le\-er lifts the disc off its seat, opening the 
vaK'e. When the le\-er is released, the spring above 
the disc automatically closes the \'ah'e. 

Materials and construction: The body, stem, 
and disc holder oi these ^•alves are brass. The lc\-er 
is malleable iron, and can be turned to any desired 
position by loosening the locknut which holds the 
bracket to the \'al\e body. The spring is stainless 
steel. 

The \'al\es ha\'e a stuffing box filled with high grade 
packing. It is equipped with a gland. 

No. 71/2 Valves: On No. yj^ Valves the top of the 
disc holder is a piston fitting into the 
upper part of the body. It forms a 
dashpot that effectively cushions the 
disc when closing, and prevents de- 
structive shock. Sizes \y2-inch and 
larger ha\"e a pilot \"alve in the main 
disc, as illustrated at the right. 




List prices of 

composition discs 

are shown on 

page 178. 

When the valve is operated, the pilot valve opens 
first, equalizing the pressure around the main disc, 
thereby facilitating easy operation. 

Sizes 2-inch and smaller have a union cap, as shown 
above ; larger sizes have a bolted cap (not illustrated) . 

Discs: Unless otherwise ordered, No. \x]/2 Valves 
are furnished with a No. 3 Disc suitable for air or 
gas service. Valves for steam service will be fur- 
nished with a No. I Disc. 

No. 7^2 Valves are regularly furnished with a No. 2 
Disc suitable for hot water, oil, or gasoline. When 
ordered for cold water service, they will be furnished 
with a No. 3 Disc. 

For description and dimensions of discs, see page 1 78. 

Installation: These vaK*es always should be in- 
stalled with the pressure above the disc. 

Flanged valves: No. 7 3^ Valves can be made to 
order with flanged end bodies; prices on application. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size Inches Vi % V2 Vi 1 IV4 IV2 1 I '^Vi 3 




End to end of body ly^ iVg 23/4 314 33/4 41/4 5 


X. 1-^1/ 


Center to top of cap IVia 1% l>Vifi 2 23/ifl 2V2 2l5/i6 


No. 121/2 


Center of port to bottom of lever, open 3V2 ^Vz ^ ^Va ^"^A ^Vi 8 




Center of stem to end of lever, closed 31/2 3V2 4V4 SVs 63/4 8V2 83^ j 




End to end of body 21Vir 33/, « 33/4 4V4 43/4 53/4 ^'^A » 


No. 71/2 


Center to top of cap I3/4 2 2V4 1 2% 3 31/2 41/2 478 


Center of port to bottom of lever, open Sy^ 7 8V4 93/4 103^ I4V2 16^4 18 




Center of stem to end of lever, closed 41/4 51/2 63^ 8V2 83^ 10 I2V2 13 



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12 5 -Pound Brass Globe Valves 

Quick - Opening — Self - Closing 



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WORKING PRESSURE 

125 pounds steam 



Cross Section 

No. 6O8V2, Globe 

Screwed 
With Stuffing Box 



INSTALLATION 

These \alves always 
should be installed 
with the pressure 
above the disc. 

The valve bodies are 
marked to indicate 
the inlet end. 





No. 608, Globe 
Screwed 

Without Scuifing Box 



No. 608 V2, Globe 

Screwed 
With Stuffing Box 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches 


% 


Vz 


3/4 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


2y2 


No. 608, Globe (without stuffing box> 


Each 


3.60 


4.40 


5.30 


6.20 


9.00 


10.50 


16.00 


32.00 


No. 6O8V2, Globe (with stuffing box) 


Each 


3.60 


4.40 


5.30 


6.20 


9.00 


10.50 


16.00 


32.00 




End to end of body 


1% 


2Vl6 


2% 


3y8 


3% 


4Vl6 


4IV16 

278 


6 




Center of port to cap 


IV4 


1% 


IIV16 


2 


21/8 


2% 


3% 


Dimensions. 


Center of port to 
end of lever, open 


No. 


608 


31/4 


4V2 


41/2 


53/4 


7V4 


73/4 


91/2 


U3/4 


in Inches 


No. 


6081/2 


33/4 


43/4 


6 


7 


7V2 


8 1/4 


1 12 


13 




Center of stem to 
end of lever, closed 


No. 


608 


31/2 


41/4 


53/4 


63/4 


83/4 


83/4 


; 103/4 


121/2 




No, 


608 Vz 


3V2 


4 


51/4 


61/2 


83/4 


8 3/4 


10V2 


121/2 



Service reconnmendations : The No. 608 and No. 

bo8j^ Brass Globe Val\-es are recommended for 
general industrial ser\-ice on steam lines only. They 
are used to control the flow of steann to small 
apparatus such as steam presses, laundry machinery, 
can and bottle sterilizers, etc. 

The No. 608 }/2 valve is provided with a stuffing box 
around the stem, assuring ample protection against 
the leakage of steam. This feature makes the \-al\-e 
particularly suitable for use in confined spaces and 
on installations requiring valves that will not leak at 
the stem under constant ser\ice. 

Both valves are frequently used in conjunction with 
whistles. 

Materials and construction: Except for the 
stuffing box on the No. 608^2. the valves are similar 
in design, materials, and construction. They have 
a body, disc, and cap made of brass, a steel spring, 



and a malleable iron le\'er. The le\'er can be turned 
to anv desired position b>' loosening the locknut 
which' holds the bracket to the \'al\e body. 

The stuffing box on the No. 608 J/2 is filled with high 
grade packing and is equipped with a brass gland. 

Operation: The vahes are easily operated. A 
short pull on the lever lifts the disc off its seat, open- 
ing the valve. When the lever is released, the spring 
abo\-e the disc automaticalK' closes the \-alve. 

To facilitate the operation of the larger size vaK'es 
when used in combination with whistles, the pull 
must be at right angles to the centerline of the 
whistle. 

Special valves: When larger sizes or \ai\es for 

greater pressures are required, wheel operated, pilot- 
operated, or special power valves can be used. Rec- 
ommendations \\ill be made in answer to inquiries. 




Brass Quick-Opening 
Globe Valves 
For Air Lines 



Brass Whistles 

for 
Steam and Air 



For description, 
see page 33. 



For description, 
see page 437. 



No. 237, Globe 
Quick-Opening 
Quick-Closing 




Plain Whistle 



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Cam Action Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 

3^ to 2-inch ^125 pounds steam 

200 pounds cold water, oil, 
or gas, non-shock 



Sliding Stem Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 
200 pounds cold water, oil or gas, non-shock 



ij/^ and 3 -inch 



- 100 pounds steam 
100 pounds cold water, oil. 
or gas, non-shock 

Patented 

Air Tested 





No. 432. Screwed 



List Prices 



No. 442, Screwed 



Size 



Inches 



1, 



3/. 



IV4 



IVs 



2V 



'-2 



No. 432. Cam Action Valves 



Each 8.50 



9.00 



10.00 



12.50 17.00 



24.00 



40.00 



57.00 



No. 442. Sliding Stem Vah'es 



Each 



9.00 



10.00 ' 12.50 



17.00 



24.00 



40.00 



57.00 



No. 432 Cam Action Valves : This superior line of quick open- 
ing uedge gate vah-es is recommended for ser\'ice on steam, 
water, oil, or air lines. 

The solid wedge disc is operated with a quick opening le\'er 
through a specially designed cam arrangement, assuring fast 
and positi\'e vah-e action. 

Sizes 1-inch and smaller have a screwed cap; the larger sizes 
ha\"e a bolted cap as shown in the illustration. 

To insure proper seating, when closing the \-aI\-es, a snappy 
action with plenty of force should be applied to the lever. TTie 
disc will not Jam, and there is no danger of injuring parts be- 
cause the valve has been designed to withstand such action- 
Mo. 432 Gate \al\es are listed by the Under\'.Titers' Labora- 
tories of Chicago as appro\-ed for hazardous liquid ser\"ice at 
pressures not exceeding 50 pounds ; this is the maximum pressure 



prescribed bv the Underwriters' Laboratories for hazardous 

liquid equipment. 

No. 442 Sliding Stem Valves: Mo. 442 Quick Opening Gate 
\'alvesare of the parallel seat construction. They have a sliding 
stem and a double disc. 

They are of ample proportions, sturdily constructed, and only 
a short mo\-ement of the lever is required to operate the \-alve- 

The wing nut at the top of the stem permits forcing the discs 
to the seats after the valve has been closed, and releasing the 
discs before opening. 

Shock: When these valves are used on liquid lines, closing a 
valve quickly might cause "water hammer '. When severe, 
water hammer must be eliminated by installing a suitable 
cushioning de\ice in the piping. Otherw ise. the shocks might 
damage the valves or the piping, see page II 



Dimensions, in Inches 




Size 


V2 


¥4 1 


IV4 ' IV2 


2 2V2 3 


A 


\l% 


2V8 2V2 


23/4 2% 


33/8! 4 41/4 


B 


'2iVi 


3 2% 31/8 


31/2 37/8 


41/4 47/8 53/8 


C 


2V8 


3V8 4 


5V2 6% 


75/8 83/4 10 


D 


1 3 


3V4 3V2 


4% 53/8 


63/8 71/2 SVs 


E 


:5Vi6 


6V4 63/4 


85/8 913/,g 


12 137/8 I55/16 


F 




2% 2^ Vie 


31/4 3^8 


4V8 4% 53/s 


G 




25/8 3 


31/2 4 


4% 45/8 51/4 


H 




'47^8 '53/4 


7 73/8 


83/8 91/2:105/8 


J 


1 


!7V8.8% 


lOVg 11 


131/4! 15 167/8 


K 




'71/2 8V4 


9% 103/4 


133/8 161/2 17 




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Brass Butterfly Valves 




WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 
200 pounds cold water, oil, or gas 



No. 44, ScrcN^ed 

Brass Body 
Brass Disc 
Steel Stem 



Crane Butterfly Valves provide easy, 
smooth operation in approximately one- 
quarter turn from the wide open to the 
closed position. Because the va ves are not 
designed to close pressure-tight, they should 
be used only to control or regulate flow. 



The body and disc are made of brass. The 
stem is steel. The valves can be equipped 
with a malleable iron operating lever, when 
so ordered, at an additional price. 



For Iron Butterfly Valves, see page 148. 
List Prices and Dimensions 



Size Inches 


V4 


1 


1V4 


IV2 


2 


2V2 


3 


No. 44, Butterfly Valve Each 


4.20 


6.00 


7.70 


9.00 


13.50 


18.50 


28.00 




End to end 


21/4 


2yi6 


23/4 


2' Vie 


4Vi6 


4% 


5Vl6 


Dimensions, 


Center to top 


3Vl6 


3V4 


3Vifi 


378 


4ys 


SVie 


5IS/16 


in Inches 


Overall height 


4Vl6 


4Vl6 


53/16 


5Vi6 


63/4 


71V16 


8V16 




Diameter of stem 


^V32 


% 


Vis 


V16 


y% 


¥2 


V2 



Brass Quick-Acting Throttle Valves 




WORKING PRESSURE 

125 pounds steam 



No. 46, Screwed 

All Brass with 
\'Ialleable iron 

Lever 



These ruggedly built throttle valves are 
used extensively on hoisting and traction 
engines. They open or close completely in 
one-quarter turn of the le\"er and have an 
internal stop to limit the tra\-el of the stem. 
The valves are not recommended for use 



where pressure-tight seating is essential. 

Except for the malleable iron lever, all 
parts are made of brass. 

Iron Quick- Ac ting Throttle Valves are 
shown on page 148. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size Inches 3/4 1 1 V4 1 V2 2 2^/2 


No. 46, Throttle Valve Each 13.50 15.50 19.00 27.00 34.00 47.00 


Dimensions, 


End to end 23/^ 334 4 41/2 SVz 6V2 


Center to top of stem 3V2 33/4 41/2 Sl/g 6V8 71/2 


xii. A£ik-iit-a 


Center of stem to end of handle 6 6 8 10 IIV4 12Vie 



Brass Chronometer Valves 



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No. 4382 
Screwed 



Brass Chronometer Valves are designed for regulating and 
governing purposes on steam lines where working pressures do 
not exceed 150 pounds. 

The valves are available in a wide range of sizes with either 
screwed or flanged ends. They are easy to operate. A one-eighth 
turn of the lever opens or closes the valve completely. An ad- 
justing screw at the stem end varies the pressure of the disc 
against the seat bearing, assuring smooth operation at alt times. 
With proper adjustment, the valves can be operated by a float. 

Prices and dimensions are shown on page 47S. 




No. 4383 

Flanged 



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Brass Hose Gate Valves 

Wedge Disc — Non-Rising Stem 



Standard 



200 pounds 
cold water working pressure 





No. 451 

Screwed 



Underwriters' Pattern 

300 pounds 
cold water working pressure 



When so ordered, the 
\-ahes shown on this page 
can be furnished with a 
brass cap and chain as 
illustrated below. Prices 
are in addition to price of 
valve; see the table below. 





No. 453 

Screv.'qd 




No. 453 

Screwed 
With Drain Cock 



Cross Section 

No, 451 

Screwed 



No. 451 Valves can be made to order with a brass wheels and 
with special finishes such as rough body^ nickel- plated; 
polished; polished and nickel-plated; and polished and 
chromium-plated. Prices will be furnished an application. 

No. 453 Valves are furnished without drain cock unless otherwise ordered. 




Cross Section 
No, 453 
Screwed 



List Prices and Dimensions 



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ID 



Size 


Inches 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


2y2 


Rough Body, Plain 

(Without cap and chain) 


No. 451 




Each 


6.70 


9.40 


12.50 


18.00 


30.00 


No, 453 


Without drain cock 


Each 






2K60 


45.60 


With drain cock 


Each 






24.00 




48.00 


Brass cap and chain for No. 451 or 


No. 453 Valve Per 


valve 


2.50 


2,75 


3.50 


4.50 


7.00 




No. 451 


Center to female end 




1% 


IV2 


1% 


m 


2V8 




Center to hose end 


1 


1% 


1% 


2Vl6 


2V4 


2% 




Center to top of wheel 




5% 


6V2 


7V4 


8% 


10 


Dimensions, 


Diameter of wheel 


1 


23/4 


3Vl6 


35/8 


4Vl6 


43/4 


in Inches 


No. 453 


Center to female end 








1% 




2Vl6 




Center to hose end 








2V4 


2V2 


]^* 


Center to top of wheel 


1 






7V2 




11 






Diameter of wheel 








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Hose threads: Unless otherwise ordered, these 
valves ha\-e the following thread on the male end: 

No. 451 Standard Valves 

1 to 2" sires — Chicago Standurd Hose Thread 

23^2" si=e — Chicago Fire Department Hose Thread 

No, 453 Underwriters' Pattern Valves 
lj^"size — Chicago Standard Hose Thread 
2K" size — American (National) Standard Fire Hose Thread 

When so ordered, the male end can be supplied with 
the following threads, without additional charge; 

No. 451 Standard Valves 

All sizes — Iron Pipe Hose Thread 

All sizes — California Standard Hose Thread 

23^" size — American (National) Standard Fire Hose Thread 

No. 453 Underwriters' Pattern Valves 
Both sizes — Iron Pipe Hose Thread 
Both sizes — California Standard Hose Thread 
2J^" size — Chicago Fire Department Hose Thread 



When any other hose thread is required, orders 
should be accompanied by a sample, preferably the 
male end of a hose coupling. See page 72. 

Rugged construction : The Hose Gate Valves 
sho\\n on this page have a non-rising stem and a 
wedge disc. Their deep stuffing box is fitted with a 
gland, and the valves are strong and ruggedly con- 
structed. They have an American Standard Taper 
Pipe Thread on the female end. 

Underwriters^ Specifications: No. 453 Hose Gate 
Valves conform to the Underwriters' Specification 
known as"The National Standard". They are listed 
as approved and inspected by the Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, Boston, and the 
Underwriters" Laboratories, Chicago, for water work- 
ing pressures up to 300 pounds. 



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Brass Hose Valves 



Chicago Hose Valves 

With Leather Disc 
200 pounds cold water working pressure 



Angle Hose Valves 

\\ icti Crane Composition Disc 
250 pounds cold water working pressure 







No. SO 
Screwed 



■*Angle Hose \''al\e 
v^ith cap and chain 



*No. 117 
Screwed 



Cross Section 
No. 50 



Size 



*When so ordered, Angle Hose Valves can be furnished v.\rh a 
brass cap and chain at the extra list prices shown in the Cahic below. 

These valves can be made to order with a brass wheel, and 
with special finishes such as rough body, nickel -plated' 
polished; polished and nickel-plated; and polished and 
chromium-plated. Prices will be furnished on application. 



List Prices and Dimensions 

Inches I 




Cross Section 
*No. 117 



V2 



3/4 



1 



IV4 



W2 



2V2 



No. 50, Rough body, plain 




Each 






7.50 


9.00 


11.50 


17.00 


21.00 


No. 117, Rough body, plain (without cap and chain) 


Each 


9.50 


11.00 


12.50 


16.00 


19.00 


26.00 


57.00 


Brass cap and chain for No. 117 Valve 


Per 


valve 


2.25 


2.25 


2.50 


2.75 


3.50 


4.50 


7.00 






Center to hose end 










2 1/2 


3 


3 


W2 


4Vl6 




No- 50 


Over-all height^ open 






SVa 


9% 


IOV2 


uys 


137/8 


Dimensions, 


Length of handle 










5Vs 


53/4 


W2 


8V4 


8 1/4 


in Inches 


No, 117 


Center to hose end 






IV2 


IV16 


i% 


2Va 


2% 


23/4 

121/4 


3V4 




Over-all height, open 






eVs 


73/16 


7V8 


9y8 


^V& 


14V4 




Diameter of wheel 






2Vis 


23/4 


3Vl6 


3% 


4Vi6 


53/8 


6 



For list prices of Comfio.silion Discs for No. I C^ Valves, see ^ai:e l/S'. 



Service recommendations: Chicago Hose VaKes 
are especially suitable for use on outside standpipes. 

Angle Hose Valves are recommended for use on 
standpipes and hose racks, and for similar service. 

Hose threads: Both the No. 50 and the No. 117 
Valves ha\"e an American Standard Pipe Thread on 
the inlet. Unless otherwise ordered, they are fur- 
nished with the followins thread on the male outlet: 



3^ to 2" sizes 
21^2" size 



Chicago Standard Hose Thread 
Chicago Fire Department Hose Thread 



When so ordered, the outlet can be supplied \\ ith 
the following threads, without additional charge: 

Ail sizes — Iron Pipe Hose Thread 

All sizes — Calilornia Standard Hose Thread 

2^2" size — -American (National) Standard I* ire Hose 1 hruad 

When any other hose thread is required, orders 
should be accompanied by a sample, preferably the 
mate end of a hose coupling. See page 71. 

No. 117 Valve: No. 1 17 Angle Hose VaKes have a 
Crane No. 3 Cold W ater Disc; see page 178 lor discs. 




Garden Hose Valves 

With Leather Disc 



These vahes are threaded the same as the Hose \ 'alves show n above. 

List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches 



Vz 



Va 



1 I IV4 I IV: 



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Hose Threads 



Hose Thread Standards: The table shown below 
gives the basic dimensions of the American (National) 
Standard Hose Coupling Threads and of other hose 
coupling threads now in general use. 

The upper portion of the table includes: 

1. American Standard Hose Coupling Screw Threads 
(ASA 633.1-1935) sizes z~inch and smaller for valves, 
hose couplings, nozzles, and other fittings used in 
direct connection with hose intended for fire protec- 
tion or for domestic, industrial, and general service. 

2. American (National) Standard Fire-Hose Cou- 
pling Screw Threads (ASA 826-1915) sizes 23^-inch 
and larger, for fire hose valves, couplings, hydrant 
outlets, stand-pipe connections, Siamese connections, 
and all other special fittings on fire lines. 

The two A.S.A. Standards mentioned above agree 
with the data in the Hose Thread section of the 
handbook of Screw-Thread Standards for Federal 
Services, 1939. No. H-25. 

The lower portion of the table includes: 

Other hose thread standards in general use: The 



Chicago Hose Thread, Chicago Fire Department 
Hose Thread, x}/^ and 3-inch I ron Pipe Hose 
Threads, and the California Hose Thread. 

Form of thread: The basic form of all Crane hose 

threads is the American (National) Standard, 
formerly known as the "U.S. Standard Form". 

Ordering: Unless otherwise ordered, Crane Hose 
Valves are furnished with the threads specified on 
pages 70 and 71, their dimensions conforming to 

those shown in the table below. 

Special hose threads: Other hose threads included 
in the table below but not mentioned on pages 70 
and 71 can be furnished when so specified; prices 
on application. When orders are received for Amer- 
ican Standard hose threads in sizes ^2 or 5^-inch, 
the garden hose thread will be furnished, and in 
sizes I or I'^-inch the iron pipe hose thread will be 
furnished, unless otherwise specified. In addition, 
other types of special threads can be furnished at a 
special price; orders should be accompanied by a 
sample, preferably the male end of a hose coupling. 



General 
Classification 


Name of Hose Thread 


Nominal 
Size 

of 
Hose 

Inches 


Number 

of 

Threads 

per 

Inch 


Max. Major 
Dia. (O.D.) 

of Nipple 
Thread 

Inches 


Service 
Recommendations 




Hose Coupling 
Screw Threads 

American 

Standard 

(B33, 1-1935) 

Sizes 2-inch 
and smaller 

— 


Garden Hose 
Thread 


Vz 


111/2 


1 . 0625 


Garden and 

similar sprvirp 




% 




¥4 






Chemical Hose 
Thread 


3/4 


8 


1.3750 


Chemical engine 




1 


and booster hose 


Arncrican 
(National) 


Fire Protection 
Hose Thread 


1V2 


9 


1 . 9900 


Fire protection 
hose 


Standard 

Hose Coupling 

and 


Iron Pipe 
Hose Thread 


Vz 


14 


.8248 




3/4 


1 . 0353 


Steam, water, 
air, oiL and 


Fire-Hose 


1 


111/2 


1.2951 


Coupling 
Screw Ihreads 


IV4 


1 . 6399 


all other hose 


IV2 


1 . 8788 


connections 




2 


2.3528 






Fire-Hose Coupling Screw Threads 
American (National) Standard 
(B26-1925) 
Sizes 2V2-irich and larger 


2V2 


71/2 


3.0686 






3 


6 


3.6239 


T^ * 1 




31/2 


4.2439 


rire nose 




41/2 


4 


5.7609 


# 




Chicago Standard 
Hose Thread 

■ 


V2 or 34 


IIV2 


1 . 0682 






1 


1.2797 






m 


1.6880 


yNote : 

Iron Pipe Hose 

Threads sizes 




1V2 


1.9272 




2 


S 


2.5129 




3 


7 


3.6365 


2-inch and smaller 


Other 

Hose 

Threads 

in 


Chicago Fire Department 
Hose Thread 


2V2 


7V2 


2.9916 


are included 

in the 

American 


jlron Pipe Hose Threads 


21/2 


8 


2 . 8434 


Standard 


General 


3 


3.4412 


B33. 1-1935 


Use 


California Standard 
(Pacific Coast) 
Hose Thread 


V2 


U 


1 , 0504 


and are shown above. 

Ihe 214 and 3-inch 

sizes, shown here. 




% 




1 


1.3141 


are not included 


I 


Wi 


1.8561 


in the American 




1V2 


2.0870 


btandard* 




2 


10 


2.5416 










21/2 


71/2 


2.9916 





Hose Valves. , . pages 70 <ind 71 



Hose and Hose Goods . , , pages 73 to 75 



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73 



Hose and Hose Couplings 




Water Hose com- 

bmc:> the aJ\an- 
tages ol the braided 
and \\ rapf^d t\ pes. 
the inner plies beinj; 

\iTapped duck over \\hich is a sturdy ply of cotton 
braid. 1 ii^^h quality rubK-r tube and \vear-rc:>i^tin(; 
black rubber co\er. Sizes 32 t^ 2}. ^-"^^h. max. lengtli 
50 feet, for pressures from ^0 to 17^ pounds, depend- 
ing on size. 

Lawn Hose is 
const ructcd of 
layers of strong, 
tightly t\\ isted cord 
laid side by side spirally throughout the entire length. 
E)ouble cord construction with tough brown corru- 
gated cover. 25 and 50-foot lengths (coupled), also in 
continuous lengths up to 500 feet — ^s, 54. and 1-inch 
sizes. 





Steam Hose con- 
tains nuihiplc plies 
of cotton duck with 
an at-lditional hca\y 
seam less cot ton 

braid under a heat and oil resisting cover. This braid 
assures long life, Sizes 3-^ to 2-inch, max, length 
5U-feet, for saturated steam pressures from % to 150 
pounds, depending on size. 

Suction Hose, made 
for the axerage contrac- 
tor, road builder, and for 
general pur^xises, has flat 
wire reinforcement to 
prc\ent collapse. Pro- 
tected with wo\'en cotton jacket, painted yellow. 
Generally finished in 2-inch size with enlarged ends; 
straight ends and other sizes a\ailable. Max. length 
50 feet. 








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Underwriters' Fire Hose, cot- 
ton rubber lined, is high grade 
and dependable, and carries nec- 
essary Underw Titers' labels. 50- 
foot lengths, single jacketed in 
\}^. 2, and 2]2-'f^*^h sizes, and 
double-jacketed in \^, 2, 2}^ 
and 3-inch. 



Unlined Linen Hose, for fire 
protection and inside service 
only, is constructed of long fibre 
flax line. W ill meet L'nderwriters* 
specifications. Made in two 
grades, 1 to 2^-inch sizes; 25 
and 50-foot lengths are stand- 
ard. 



Mill Hose has calendered rubber 
tube to which is cemented a long 
fibre cotton wo\en fabric, chemi- 
cally treated as a protection 
against mildew and rot. Made 
in sizes \^4 ^^ 4-inch, 25 and 
50-foot lengths, with single or 
double iacket. 



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t Hose on application; other Hose also can fee furnished. 



No. 17 C-A 

SizK 1-inch and smaller 
(Without Lufis) 





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No. 89-A 

Sizes IM U)2'.Mnch 

(Lugs on Fcm;ik 1 bit) 



No. 90-A 

Brass Steam Hose Couplings 



Brass Water Hose Couplings 



No. 



Size 

of 
Hoac 



Thrcnd 



Liat Prices, per D ozen 

FrniiiU- ' Male 
Hnlf I Half 



Full 
Couplings 



Size 

of 
Hose 



Thread 



List Prices, per D ozen 

Full I Female ' 
Sets Half I 



Male 

Half 



Vi' !PT 



% 



Vi 



8 



No. I7C-A 



H' 



3^ 



Va 



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No. 89-A 






2V4 



34' HPT 



54' HPT 

3/4' HPT 



^h. 



•V4' 



IPX 

IPT 



IPX 



Prices on npplication 



15.00 



3/4' HPT 

r IPX 



specify 
Xnread 
Wanted 



10.00 
14.00 
24.00 
48 . 00 



6.67 
9.33 



5.00 

7.00 



16.00 112.00 

32.00 "124.00 





18.00 



24.00 
30.00 



42.00 



72.00 
148.00 



16.00 
20 . 00 



12.00 



15.00 



28.00 



21.00 



48 . 00 
98.67 



36.00 



74.00 



Larger sizes are avuilable, they h.i\ c lu^s un buih the Icniulc 

and Mijie Half. 

I IPX-Chicago I lose Pipe Xhre;iJ IPX- Iron Pipe Thrc;id 



These couplint^s hiivccxtru he;i\ y swivels, ruccsseJ (or \'.ashers 

l.iil-picccs urc esiru long. 

•Can be had with ' / IP P (Iron Pipe Thread). 



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No. 1923-A 

Hose Clamps 
Galvanized Steel 





No. 1923-A 


Size p, l.D. of List 
Inches ^ Clampi Dozen 




Steam Hose Sizes 


Size p, l.D. ol 
Inches i ^ Clamj 


^ List 

1 Dozen 


Vi 


4 IVie" 




5 IVie 


.84 


W 


ater Hose S: 


zes 


6 11/4 






% 


4 13/8 




Vl6 


3 Vie" 


.40 




5 IV16 


'f t j\ 


V4 


3 1/2 


.40 


1.10 


it 


6 11/2 






2 VlG 

3 % 


.40 

1 




% 


1 


4 11 Vie 






4 >Vl6 


5 13/4 


1.70 




C 11^/ 






2 3/4 


.42 


6 113/16 1 




1V4 


A lie/ 




3 Vz 


4 l^Vl6 




Vz 


5 2 


1 /\^ 


4 'V16 


1-98 




6 21/16 






5 1 






2 1 


.46 


1V2 


4 21/4 






5 2Vi6 




% 


3 IV16 


2.42 




4 IVs 


6 23/8 






2 IVlG 


.46 


2 


4 2% 






3 IVs 


5 23/4 


3.74 


'^k 


6 27/8 




4 13/16 










5 11/4 


2V4 


^ ^^Vl6 






2 1VJ6 


.78 


5 3 


4.18 




3 P/g 


6 31/16 




1 


4 IV16 






5 IV2 


Large Size 
Extra Heavy Clamps 




2 1% 


1.48 


IV4 


3 11 Vie 


l.D. 


List 
Dozen 


l.D. 


List 


4 l^Vis 


Dozen 




5 IVs 


234" 4.24 


41/4" 


7.70 




3 2 


1.76 


27/8 4.50 


43/8 ( 7.81 


iy2 


4 2% 


3 4.84 i^ 41/2 8.36 




5 23/16 


31/8 


4.94 4% 


8.58 
9.35 


iy4 


3 2V4 


2.10 


31/4 5.06 :; 43/4 


4 23/8 


33/8 5.18 47/8 9.68 




3 2Vi6 


2.20 


31/2 

35/8 


5.28 5 10.00 


2 


4 2Vi6 


5.46 il 51/4 


10.45 
11.00 


5 211/16 


334 5.60 53/8 




3 


2.90 


3% 


6.05 51/2 11.44 
6.34 ,1 6 13.75 


21/4 


3 234 

4 213/16 


2.64 


4 


41/8 7.15 6V2 14.00 




3 21 5/,6 


2.90 




2V2 


4 3 


*For Suction Hose. 




5 31/8 




23/4 


4 31/4 


3.96 




3 


3 3ViG 


4.62 


'he "Gem" 


4 31/2 


* 




No. 3935-A 



Hose Clamps 
Stamped Sheet Brass 



Size 
Inches 


Ply 


l.D. of List 

Clamp Dozen 


Water Hose Sizes 


V16 


3 


Vie" .54 


V4 


3 


V2 


C A 


4 


V16 


.54 




2 5/8 




% 


2V2 1V16 


.54 




3 34 




Vz 


2 % 




3 15/16 


.54 


% 


3 IV32 


.54 


4 13/32 


3/4 


3 IVis 


.54 


4 11/4 




2 111/32 




1 


3 IV16 


2.00 




4 117/32 




iy4 


3 121/32 


1 n/\ 


4 n3/ie 


2.50 


11/2 


3 nVi6 


3,00 


4 2Vi6 


2 3-4 2y,e 


4.00 


21/4 3-4 27/8 


6.50 


21/2 3-4 3i/,e 


7.00 


3 


3-4 334 10.00 


Steam Hose Sizes 


3/4 


3 IV16 


'^ /\/A 


4 117/32 


2.00 


1 


3 1% 


2. so 


4 121/32 


Wa 


3-4 I15/16 


3.00 


W2 

1 


3-4 27/32 


3.50 


5 213/32 


4.00 


2 


3-4 211/16 


5.50 


5 27/8 


6.50 


2V2 


3-4 31/4 


8.50 


5 3 /16 


9.50 




No. C-43370, "Gem" 



G arden Hose Nozzle 
(patented) can be quickly and easily 
adjusted to throw a straight stream or 

various sprays, and has a positive shut-off. 
Cast brass and highly polished, it has an 
internally centered spray pin which 
assures even sprays. Does not leak or back 
spray. Made for ^-inch hose pipe thread; 
prices on application. Also furnished 
nickel plated or chromium plated. 




No. 97-A, Hose Nozzle 




No. 9S-A, Hose Pipe 




No. 96-A, Hose Pipe 



Hose Nozzles and Pipes 




No. 97-A, Brass Hose Nozzles 





3" 


¥4" 


4.00 


V4" 


6 


7.00 




8 


8.00 


1 


4 


V16 


5.00 


8 


9.00 


1V4 


43/4 
10 


% 


12.00 

15.00 




53/4 


V16 


18.00 


1V2 


10 


y2 


20.00 


( 


12 


22.00 


2 


63/4 


V16 


26.00 


12 


34.00 


2V2 


71/2 


1 


37.00 


12 


55.00 



No. 95-A, Brass Hose 
With Screw Tip 


Pipes 




6" 


%" 


7.00 


3/4" 


7V2 


8.00 




12 


10.00 


1 


8 


Va 


10.00 


I2V2 


12.00 


IV4 


12 


% 


20.00 


IV2 


12 


V2 


24.00 


2 


12 


% 


38.00 


2V2 


15 


% 


75.00 



No. 96-A, Brass Hose 
With Screw Tip and St 


Pipes 
:opcock 




6" 


1/4" 


11.00 


W 


7V2 


13.00 




12 


18.00 


1 


7V2 

12 


Va 


15.00 


20.00 


1 y4 12 


% 


40.00 


1V2 12 


V2 


55.00 



These Nozzles and Pipes are fur- 
rushed with Hose Pipe Thread or 
Iron Pipe Thread; specify which is 
wanted. 

Other size discharges are made to 
order at an extra price. 

1 Ji-inch and larger are recessed for 
washers. 



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No. 91-A 

Male Hose Nipples, Brass 



Size and 
Thread 


list 

Dozen 


3/3" *IPTx3/g" tIPT 
1/2" *IPT X 1/2" tIPT 




1/2" tIPT X 3/4" HPT 


3.50 


34" flPT X 34" *IPT 




3/^" IPTx3/4" HPT 


, 


3^" HPTxl" flPT 




3/4" *IPTxl" tIPT 


5.00 


1" *IPTxl" tIPT 




1" IPTxll^" *IPT 


9.00 


1" IPTxlVa" *IPT 


10.00 



Specify threads for following: 



1V4"X1V4" 


9.00 


IV2 XIV2 




10,00 


2 x2 


14.00 


2V2 x2V2 




2S.00 


3 x3 




40.00 


3V2 xavz 


50.00 


4 x4 


75.00 


*Straight Iron Pipe ' 
fTaper ron Pipe 'I h 
HPT = Chicago Hose 


rhread. 
read. 
Pipe 1 


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Brass Hose Caps 




No. 120-A 



Size 

Inches 


List 
Dozen 


Size 
Inches 

1 


list 

Dozen 


3/4 


4,00 


21/2 


24.00 


1 


6.00 


3 


31.00 


1V4 


8.00 


3V2 


39.00 


1V2 


10.00 


4 


43.00 


2 


15.00 





Chain. .... .List, Extra 



0.60 



^/i and I -inch sizes do not ha\e 
spanner lugs. Chain, charged as 
an extra, can be furnished on 
sizes \y^-\r\c\\ and larger, when 
specified. 

When ordering Hose Caps, spec- 
ify threads wanted. 



Hose Fittings 




No. 92-A 

Male and Female 
Brass Hose Nipples 



Size and Thread 


List 


Male X Female 


Dozen 


3/4 " HPT X Vz" tlPT 




3/4" tIPT X 3/4" HPT 


3.50 


34" HPT X 34" |IPT 




1" *IPTxl" tlPT 5.00 


Specify threads for following: 


lV4"x 11/4" ! 9.00 


IV2 X 11/2 10.00 


2 x2 14.00 


2V2 x2y2 28.00 


3 x3 40.00 


31/2 x3V2 50.00 


*Straighc IrcmPiTje 1 bread. 

flaper Iron Pipe i bread. 

hP f — Chicago hose Pi 3e Thread. 




No. 93-A 
No. 9301-A. Less Lugs 

Brass Hose Reducers 



Size an 


d Thread 


List 


Female x Male 


Dozen 


No. 9301-A, without 


Lugs 


3/4" HPT 


X 1/4" 


"IPX 




3/4" HPT 


X 3/8" 


"IPT 


6.50 


3/4" HPT 


X 1/2'' 


nPT 




1" *IPT 


X ¥4" 


HPT 




No. 93-A, with Lu 
Specify threads war 


ited. 


IV4'' 


xl" 




10.00 


IV4 


xy* 




8.00 


11/2 


xll/4 




12.00 


IV2 


xl 




11.50 


iVz 


XV4 




11.50 


2 


XIV2 




18.00 


2 


xiy4 




16.00 


2 


xl 




14.00 


% 


x3/4 




13.00 


2V2 


x2 




26,00 


2V2 


XIV2 




24.00 


2V2 


xiy4 




23.00 


21/2 


xl 




22.00 


-. ■ ■ 2V2 


x3/4 




20.00 


3 


x2V2 




36.00 


3 


x2 




30,00 



*Straight Iron Pipe Thread. 
HPT = Chicago Hose Pipe Thread. 




No. 9200-A 

Double Female 
Brass Hose Nipples 



Size and 
Thread 


List 
Dozen 


1/2" IPX x 3/4" HPT 


6.50 


3/4" tlPTx3/4'' HPT 


1" IPTxl" HPT 


9.75 


fTaper ron Pipe Thread. 

HPT = Chicago Hose Pipe Thread. 

Larger sizes available; specify thrends. 




No. 94-A 
No. 94 L-A 

Brass Hose Bushings 



Size and Thread 



Male x Female 



List 
Dozen 



No. 94-A (Small sires) 



3/4" HPT X V2" "IPT 



r *IPTx3/4" HPT 



6.50 



No. 94 L-A (Large sizes) 
Specify threads wanted. 



1 1/4" 


xl" 


10.00 


1V4 


X34 


8.00 


11/2 


XIV4 


12.00 


1V2 


xl 


11.50 


1V2 


x3/4 


11.50 


2 


xiyz 


18.00 


2 


xHA 


16.00 


2 


xl 


14.00 


2 


x3/4 


13.00 


2y2 


x2 


26.00 


2y', 


xiy2 


24.00 


2y2 


xiy4 


23.00 


2y2 


xl 


22.00 


2y2 


x3/4 


20.00 


3 


x2y2 


36.00 


3 


x2 


30.00 



3 x2 30. C 

*Straight Iron Pipe Thread. 
1TPT = Chicago Hose Pipe Thread. 



Hose Spanner 




No, 9-A, Common - 

The No. q~A Hose Spanner is 
furnished in sizes i J>^ x q, 2 x 10, 
-lYi X 10^4, 3x11, and 4x12 
inches ; prices on application. 




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A fire pump in a metal working plant; 
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Crane^quipped vacuum pumps in the 
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Hospitals everywhere find that Crane 
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Heating Specialties 



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Radiator Valves tor Gra\ icy I lot Water page 78 

Radiator \'aU es ("or Steam page 78 

Radiator V^alves with Self- Adjusting Packing paj;c ;o 

Radiator Gate Valves page 80 

Government Pattern Radiator Valves page 81 

Union [V>nnet Radiator V'aKes, viith Brass Disc page 81 

Bellos^s lypc Packless Radiator \alve page 84 

Radiator Union Clhovts page 78 

Lock Shields tor Radiator \ alves page 82 

Extra Length Tail-F^icccs for Radiator Valves page Si 

Hot Water Radiator Air \al\es page 82 

Venting Valves page 83 

Thermostatic Traps page 84. 

Heating Pumps page %^ 



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Brass Radiator Valves and Union Elbows 



Hot Water Valves 



Composition Disc Steam Valves 






No. 112 
No. 1121/2* 
Angle 




Cross Section No. 174 

No. 174 Angle 

No. 174F Without Unionf 

Radiator Union Elbows 







No. 1213 
Globe 



Cross Section 

No. 112 
No. 1121/2* 

When ordering 
corner valves, specify 
whether right hand 
or left hand corner 
valves are wanted. 




No. 192 
Union Elbow- 



No. 113 

Lelt Hand Corner 

List Prices 



No. 113 

Right Hand Corner 



Size 



Inches I 1/2 I 34 I 1 I 11/4 I 11/2 I 2 



tNos. 174, 174F. Angle Valves, rough body, nickel-plated all over, for hot water Each 1 1 . 10 1 1 . 30 1 1 . 65 1 2 . 10 1 2 . 75 [ 4.70 
*Nos. 112, II2V2, Angle Valves, rough body, nickel-plated all over, for steam Each 1 . 45 1 1 . 65 2 . 00 I 2 . 50 1 3 . 20 5 . 00 



No. 1213, Globe Valves, rough body, nickel-plated all over, for steam 
No. 113, Corner Valves, rough body, nickel-plated all over, for steam 



Eachl3.70 4.30 5.1016.40 8.40 



Each 4.10 4.75 5.6017.05 9.25 15.00 



No. 192, Union Elbows, rough body, nickel-plated, all over 



Each .60 .75 1.00 1.30 1.75 3.00 



Hot Water Valves : The No, 1 74 Valves are recom- 
mended for gravity hot water heating installations. 
They are neat in appearance, compact in design, and 
are well constructed. 

They open or close in one-quarter turn; a pointer 
below the wheel shows the position of the opening in 
the disc. The disc, made from brass tubing, has a 
%-inch hole to pro\-ide for circulation when the 
vaK'e is closed. 



For list prices of Composition Discs, see page 178. 



Steam Valves : 



M- 




The No. 1 1 2. No. 1213, and No. i 1 3 
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Vahes are recommended for steam and vapor heat- 
ing installations. They present a neat appearance, are 
compact in design, and are substantially constructed. 

They are equipped with a No. 8 Low Pressure Com- 
position Disc, secured in the disc holder by a brass 
nut and washer. For description and dimensions of 
discs, see page 178. 

The disc holder swivels on the stem. 

Lock Shield: Valves sho\\n on this page can be fur- 
nished with lock shield at the same price. See page 82. 

Dimensions, in Inches 





No. 112 



No. 192 




Size 


V2 


V4 


1 


IV4 


W2 


2 


A(*) 


2V4 


2V4 


3 


31/2 


334 


41/4 


B 


IVs 


Wi 


IV2 


l^Vie 


2Vl6 


2% 


C 


I 


1V16 


IVie 


11 Vie 


l^Vie 


21/8 


D 


iVs 


IVlG 


IV16 


l^Vie 


21/16 


2Vz 


E 


2% 


2% 


3V4 


33/4 


4 




F 


IV16 


1% 


15/8 


1% 


2Vs 




G 


IV16 


1% 


1"/16 


2 


IVa 


23/4 


H 


% 


V4 


is/ie 


IV16 


IV16 


l»Vl6 


J 


2Vb 


2% 


2V4 


3 


3% 


4 


K— Open 


3V8 


378 


4% 


51/8 


6V8 


71/2 


L — Open 


35/8 


41/8 


45/8 


51/8 


53/4 




M 


2 


2 


2 


2V4 


2V2 


23/4 


N 


2 


2 


21/4 


2V2 


23/4 


3 



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No. 1213 



(*) Dimension A conforms to the Standard adopted by the Heating 
and Piping Contractors" National Association in co-operation with 
the Manufacturers Standardization Society of the Valve and 
Fittings Industry. 



No. 113 
Extra length tail- pieces . . , page 82 
\174F, without union end, is made in sizes 3^", ^" and J" only. 

*No. 112}/2 is made with gland in the stuffing box in sizes 3^", M" and /" only. Dimensions A and C are the same as 
shown for No, 112. 



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Brass Radiator Valves 

With Self -Adjusting Packing and Composition Disc 



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Cross Section, No. 226 



No. 226 

Angle 



No. 227 
Right Hand Corner 



No. 227 
Lefc Hand Corner 



When ordering corner valves, specify whether 
right or left hand corner valves are wanted. 



List Prices 












Size Inches 


Vz 


^ 


1 


ly* 


IV2 


No, 226, Angle, rough body, nickel-plated all over Each 


3.70 


4.30 


5.10 


6.40 


8.40 


No. 227, Corner, rough body, nickel-plated all over Each 


4.10 


4.75 


5.60 


7.05 


9.25 



For list prices oj Composition Discs, see page 178 



Service recommendations: These valves are rec- 
ommended for steam, vacuum, or vapor heating 
svstems. In addition, the No. 226 and No. 227 are 
ideal for hot water systems (forced feed or gravity 
flow). When wanted for gravity flow hot water, 
orders should so specify, and the valves will be fur- 
nished with a small hole drilled through the seat to 
provide slow circulation when the valve is closed. 

Construction: These vahes are strong, compact. 
and neat appearing. They have a rough body and 
are nickel-plated all over. 

The valves are equipped with a renewable No. 8 Low 
Pressure Composition Disc. For description and 
dimensions of discs, see page 178. 

No. 226 and No, 227 have a rising stem with a very 
short vertical travel, and open or close in one and 
three-quarter turns of the handwheel. This is ac- 
complished by the threads in the disc holder and by 
additional lifting on the part of the stem itself. 

When the valve is opened, the stem rotates and rises, 
thereby lifting the disc and disc holder. At the 
same time the disc holder, engaged with the threads 
on the rotating stem, moves upward on the stem. 
The disc, therefore, is lifted by both the rising stem 
and by the rising disc holder. This feature provides 
for quick opening and closing, and eliminates the 
use of fast acting threads in the disc holder which 
frequently permit the inlet pressure to open the 
valve after it has been closed by hand. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is liberal in width 
and depth to accommodate ample rings of packing. A 

Extra length tail 



bronze spring, bearing on a brass gland, maintains 
constant pressure on the packing, thus minimizing 
the possibility of leakage. These valves can be 
repacked when wide open and under pressure. 

Lock Shield valves: The No. 226 and No. 227 

valves are regularly furnished with a moulded com- 
position handwheel, but when so ordered, these 
valves can be furnished with a lock shield at no 
extra cost. 

For description of lock shields, see page 82; for 
prices of keys to operate lock shield \-alves, see 
page 177. 




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No. 226 



No. 227 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 


A(*) 


C 


G 


H 


K 


N 


V2 


2V4 


1 


IV16 


Vs 


3Va 


2 


V* 


2V4 


IV16 


1% 


3/4 


aVs 


2 


1 


3 


IV16 


IIV16 


IV16 


31/2 


2V4 


1V4 


3V2 


l^Vl6 


2 


IV16 


3% 


2V2 


1V2 


33/4 


11 Vie 


2V4 


IVie 


41/8 


23/4 



(*) Dimension A conforms to the Standard adopted by the 
Heating and Piping Contractors' National Association in co- 
operation with the Manufacturers Standardization Society of 
the Valve and Fittings Industry. 

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Brass Radiator Gate Valves 



Wedge Disc — Non-Rising Stem 



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WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds water, 200° F. 
100 pounds steam 

Crane No. 45"^ Brass Gate Valves are recom- 
mended for radiator \'alve service on hot 
water installations (either forced feed or 
gravity flow type) and on steam or vapor 
heating systems. They are especially suit- 
able for use with unit heaters. In addition, 
the vaK'CS are ideal for general shut-off valve 
service at other points throughout heating 
systems, as on boilers and hot water heaters. 

When ordering f specify style of finish desired. 




Cross Section 



No. 455 

^^'ith Male Union Outlet 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size Inches % 3/4 1 I14 IV2 


No. 455 


Rough body, plain Each 3.20 3.75 4.65 6.00 8.25 


FLough body, nickel-plated all over Each 3.65 4.25 5,20 6.60 9.00 


Center to female end Inches 1 IVa lVl6 IVz ^Vie 


Center to union end Inches 2Vi 2^ Vi6 2i3/i6 3Vi6 35/i6 


Center to 
Diameter 


top of wheel Inches 3^4 414 51/4 5^4 6V2 


of wheel Inches 1% 2 2V4 2V2 2% 



Hot water service : When No. 455 Valves are 
wanted for gravity flow hot water heating systems, 
orders should so specify. Such \'alves are furnished 
with a small hole drilled through the disc to provide 
slow circulation when the valve is closed. 

Construction : No. 455 Valves present a neat 
appearance, are attracti\"ely finished, and are well 
proportioned and sturdily constructed. They have 

Extra length tail 



a non-rising stem and a wedge disc. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is filled with high 
grade packing and is equipped with a gland. 

Repacking: The valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Lock Shield Valves : These valves can be furnished 
with a lock shield without extra charge; see page 82. 

■pieces. . . .page 82 



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Brass Solder-Joint Radiator Valves and Union Elbows 




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Radiator Valve 
With Solder-Joint Inlet 



Crane Brass Radiator Valves and Crane Brass Radi- 
ator Union Elbows having solder-joint inlet for use 
with copper tubing are made to order; prices are 
furnished on application. 

The Crane Solder-Joint line includes valves, fittings, 
and accessories for domestic and industrial installa- 
tions; see the section devoted to Solder-Joint Valves 
and Fittings, pages 4C)q to 512. 




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Radiator Union Elbow 
With Solder-Joint Inlet 



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Heavy Brass Radiator Valves 

Government Pattern — with Composition Disc 




WORKING PRESSURE — 150 pounds steam 



These valves are recom- 
mended for steam and hot 
water heating svstems. 
'When wanted for gra\-ity 
flow hot water, orders 
should so specify ; such 
vah-es are drilled with a 
small hole through the seat 
to provide slow circulation 
when the valve is closed. 






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No. 145 G 

Left Hand Corner 



No. 145 G 
Right Hand Corner 



Cross Section 
No. 67 G 



No. 67 G 

Angle 



When ordering corner valves, specify 

whether right hand or left hand 

corner valves are wanted. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



V2 



3/4 



1 



IV4 



IV2 



No. 67 G, Angle, rough body, nickel-plated all over EachI 3.70 



4.30 



5.10 



6.40 



8.40 



13.60 



No. 145 G, Corner, rough body, nickel-plated all over Each] 4.10 



4.75 



5.60 



7.05 



9.25 



15.00 




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Inches 



2Vt 



8 



3y4 



3V2 



3'/ 



8 



43/f 



8 



5Vi 



B Inches W^e 1% 1 V4 2 2V4 2i Vu 


C Inches 2% 3 Z^A 4 43/8 5 


D Inches VA IV2 1% 2 21/4 2% 


E Inches V2 ^Vi6 ^Vie 1 W\g 1% 


F-Open Inches 41/2 51/4 6 7V& T^h SYg 


G Inches 21/4 2 V2 2 % 3 3 3 


For list prices of Composition Discs, see page 178. 



Construction: These valves are heavy and are un- 
usually sturdy. They have a rising stem and a gland 
in the stuffing box. The valves can be repacked 
when wide open and under pressure. 

Discs: Unless otherwise ordered, the valves are fur- 
nished with a No. i Steam Disc, suitable for steam 
service. When ordered for hot water service, they 
are furnished with a No. 2 Hot Water Disc. For 



description and dimensions of discs, see page 178. 

Government and Navy Specifications : The valves 
comply with Government Specifications issued by the 
General Supervising Architect's Office and the Quar- 
termaster General's Office, and also with Navy De- 
partment Specification No. 66-P-i, dated February 
I, 1032, on Power Plant Apparatus and Piping for 
Shore Use. 




Union Bonnet — with Brass Disc 

WORKING PRESSURE — 200 pounds steam 

When ordering, specify whether 
globe or angle valves are wanted. 

The No. 4270 Valves are recommended for high pressure 

steam and hot water systems. 

List Prices and Dimensions 



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Cross Section 
No, 4270, Globe 



Size Inches Ys V2 Va 1 IV4 


No. 4270, rough body Each 2.60 3.25 4.50 6.00 8.00 


Center to female end Inches 1 IVie 1% l^'-'ie l^Vie 


Center to union end Inches 2^Aq 2Vj6 3 31/4 3^4 


Center to top, open Inches | 3^4 41/4 SVs 6 ^^A 


Diameter of wheel Inches 2 2V4 ^Vz 2^4 3 




No. 4270 

Angle 



open, can be repacked while under pressure. Sizes 
V^-inch and smaller have a one-piece disc and stem. 



These valves have Crane Special Brass body and 
disc, and are heavy and ruggedly constructed. They 
have a union bonnet and can be reground without 
removing the body from the line. The stuffing box 
is equipped with a gland. The valves, when wide 

The valves shown on this page can be furnished with lock shield at the same price; see page 82. 



y^, i}^, and 2-inch No. 4270 Valves can be made to 
order; prices on application. 



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Radiator Valve 
with Lock Shield 



Lock Shields for Radiator Valves 



All Crane Radiator Valves can be furnished with a LocI< 
Shield without additional charge. 

Crane Lock Shields are of sufficient length to completely 

enciose the stem when the valve is wide open. When fur- 
nished on nickel-plated valves, the Lock Shield is nickel- 
plated. When furnished on rough body plain valves, it is 
finished but not plated. 

When ordering a radiator valve equipped with a Lock 
Shield, the order should specify the size of the valve, its 
catalog number, and should state "with Lock Shield". 

When ordering Lock Shields only, the order should specify 
the size and catalog number of the valve for which the 
Lock Shield is wanted. 





Key for 

Operating 

VaKe 

with 

Lock Shield 

For list prices, 
see page 177. 



Extra Length Tail-Pieces 

For Radiator Valves and Radiator Union Elbows 



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yi-inoh Extra Length 



I -inch Extra Length 



1^^'inch Extra Lensth 



2-inch Extra Length 



List Prices, Polished and Nickel-Plated All Over 



Catalog Number of Radiator Valve or Union Elbow | Nos. 112, 113, 174. 192, 226, 227, 455, 1213. and 4270 



Size of valve or elbow 



Inches 



V2 



V2-irit:b Extra Length Tail-Piece 
1-inch Extra Length Tail-Piece 
lV2'inch Extra Length Tai l-Piece 
2-inch Extra Length Tail-Piece 



^4 



W4 



Each 



Each 



IV, 



.55 



.65 



.95 



1.15 



1.40 



.55 



,65 



.95 



Each 



1.15 



1.40 



.65 



.75 



1.05 



1.50 



Each 



.65 



.75 



1.75 



1.05 



1.50 



1.75 



Extra Length Tail-Pieces provide a con\-enient and 
economical means of correcting rough-in dimensions. 
When, after the installation of supply and return 
lines, it is found that the regular tail-piece is not long 
enough to reach the radiator, one of these can be 
easily substituted to make proper connections. 

They are furnished in four different lengths, making 
it possible to increase the regular center to union end 



dimension of radiator valves and radiator union 
elbows H-inch, i-inch, i}^-inches, or 2-inches, de- 
pending upon the extra length used. 

All tail-pieces are interchangeable on corresponding 
size valves and union elbows, and orders need only 
state the size of the valve or elbow. 

All orders should specify the extra length wanted. 



Hot Water Radiator Air Valves 



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No. 206 

Radiator Air Valves, Nickel- 
Plated with Wood Wheel, are 
furnished in Yg-inch size only. 



No. 210 

Radiator Air Valves, Nickel- 
Plated with Lock Shield, are 
furnished in Y^-inch size only. 



No. 206 




Prices on Application 



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No. 210 



These needle valve air vents, furnished both in wheel eliminate air from hot water radiation and supply 
handle and loose key types, are used primarily to lines. Keys for lock shield must be ordered extra. 



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Hoffman Venting Valves 

For Gravity, Steam, or Vacuum Heating Systems 



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OPEN TYPE: Open or '*non-vacuum" type valves 
function to vent a 1 air. but close tight against steam 
or water leakage. The vent port is normally open. 



No. 1 Air Valve 

For venting radiators or heating units 
of one or two-pipe gravity steam sys- 
tems. Does not prevent the return of 
air to the system. These valves have 
an adjustable vent port and spit-proof 
double shell construction. lo pounds 
maximum operating pressure; J^-inch 
connection. Made in angle pattern only. 

No. lA Air Valve 

A moderately priced air valve for vent- 
ing radiators or heating units of one 
or two-pipe gravity steam systems. 
Furnished with adjustable vent port 
and chromium finish. lo pounds maxi- 
mum operating pressure; j/g-inch con- 
ne'Ction. Made in angle pattern only. 

No. 40 Air Valve 

This strictly competitixe valve em- 
bodies traditional Hoffman quality- 
manufacture. Non-adjustable vent port; 
nickel-plated. lo pounds operating 
pressure; j^-inch connection. Made in 
angle pattern only. 

MAIN VENTS 
No. 4A Air Vent 

A fast-venting valve of modern design 
and competitive price for venting mains 
of one and two-pipe gravity steam 
systems. Closes against water and 
steam, ^e'i*^^^ non-adjustable port 
and lo pounds operating pressure. 
Connections : ^^-inch male, 3^-inch 
female. 

No. 75 Float Air Vent 

For venting mains cf one and two-pipe 
gravity steam systems. Large area 
float member closes port against water 
leakage, ^-inch non-adjustable vent 
port, for 10 pounds pressure. For ex- 
tremely fast venting. No. 75A has a 
3^-inch port for a maximum pressure 
of 3 pounds. Connections: ^-inch 
male, 5^-inch female. 

MISC. VALVES 
No. 3 Air Line Valve 

For venting radiators of air line or 
Paul systems, J^-inch radiator con- 
nection; J^-inch air line connection. 
Maximum pressure, 10 pounds. These 
valves have an all-metal thermostatic 






VACUUM TYPE: Vacuum type valves function to 
vent all air without loss of steam or water, and also 
close against the return of air through the valve port. 



No. 2 Vacuum Valve 

For radiators of one-pipe vacuum sys- 
tems. The double air lock prevents the 
return of air after the radiator has been 
completely vented. The new adjustable 
vent port permits "controlled venting". 
Double shell constixiction eliminates 
water leakage. Operating pressure, 
10 pounds. J/^-inch connection. Made 
in angle pattern only. 



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No. 2A Vacuum Valve 

This valve vents as freely as an open 
valve, no pressure being required to 
open the check. It has an adjustable 
\xnt port and double air locks. 10 
pounds operating pressure and ^-inch 
connection. Made in angle pattern only. 

MAIN VENTS 
No. 16A Vacuum Vent 

For venting steam mains of one-pipe 
vacuum systems. Closes against water 
and a double air lock prevents the 
return of air to the system. Non- 
adjustable vent port, ^g-'i^ch. Size of 
connections : J^-inch male, J^-inch 
female. 

No. 76 Vacuum Float Vent 

For venting steam mains of one-pipe 
vacuum systems. These valves have a 
double air lock and a ^2"'^^h non- 
adjustable vent port for pressures to 
10 pounds. For extremely fast venting. 
No. 76A has a 3^-inch port — maxi- 
mum pressure, 3 pounds. Size of con- 
nections: J^-inch male, J^-inch female. 

ADAPTORS 

Hoffman Adaptors permit the 
use of angle pattern valves on 
convector radiators or mains 
Short formerly requiring valves of 

Adaptor . ■ 1 / > 1 r\ ^ 

straight shank pattern. Only 

Hoffman valves with the new "short 
tongue" siphon can be used with Hoff- 
man Adaptors. Size of connections: 
Short Adaptor, J/g, }4, and J^-inch; 
Long Adaptor, J^-inch. 






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7>ie short Adaptor 
is used when there is 
sufficient space be- 
tween convector 
and wall to permit 
turning the valve all 
the way around 
wh-ea installing. 



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Prices and additional information on application. 



A long Adaptor is 
used when convec- 
tor fits tightly. 
Space between the 
adaptor tapping 
and convector per- 
mits screwing in the 
Hoffman Valve. 



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Hoffman Thermostatic Traps 

Low Pressure Radiator Traps — (15 Pounds Max. Pressure) 







No. 17 A 



No. 17 D 



No. 8 A 



No. 9 A 



No. 17A: This trap has a renewable seat and inter- 
changeable thermostat. Capacity, 200 sq. ft. direct 
radiation; port, 5^-inch; pressures to 15" pounds. 



Connections: Angle pattern — }4". }4" ^ M". and 
M" ^ M" ; swivel pattern — 




No. 17D : This trap has the same dimensions, capac- 
ities, and connections as No. 17A, but has an Adnic 
diaphragm thermostat of exceptional wearing qual- 
ities. 

SWIVEL PATTERN 

No. 8A, 17A, and 17D are available in J^-2-inch size 
with an easily adjustable swivel connection for 
straightway, right or left hand pattern, or any inter- 
mediate angle. See indi\'idual valve listings. 



No. 8A: Thermal member, valve pin and seat are 
combined in a single unit. Capacity, 400 sq. ft. direct 
radiation; port, 5^-inch; pressures to 25 pounds. 
Connections: Angle pattern — J/^", }4" ^ /4'^ arid 
/4:" ^ /4"'> swivel pattern — 



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No. 9A: Thermal member, valve pin and seat in a 

single unit. Capacity, 700 sq. ft. direct radiation. 
Port, l/iQ-inch; pressures to 25 pounds. Connections: 
Angle pattern with union, j^"; without union, %" 



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VERTICAL PATTERN 

No. 17A and 17D, in J^-inch size, are available in 
a vertical straightway pattern designed for con- 
cealed radiators or convectors with bottom outlet. 



Medium and High Pressure Thermostatic Traps 




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No. 8 & 9 No. 20 H 

No. 8 and 9 : These traps have a diaphragm type 
thermostat made of Adnic. Thermostats are cage- 
mounted and are easy to remove. 

No. 8 has a nominal capacity of 200 sq. ft.; port ^fe-inch; 
pressure range, vacuum to 50 pounds. Connections: 3-'2-inch — 
Angle, R-H., L.H. Corner, and Straightway patterns, ^-s-'nch 
— Angle pattern only. 

No, 9 has a 600 sq. ft. capacity; port, }^-inch; pressure range, 
vacuum to 50 pounds. Connections: ^-'mch — Angle and 
Straightway patterns. 1-inch — .Angle pattern only. 

Float & Thermostatic Traps 

All working parts are 
mounted on the easily re- 
movable cover. Pipe con- 
nections need not be broken 
to service the trap. These 
Float and Thermostatic 
Traps, also known as the 
Hoffman 50 Series, ha\'e a 
stainless steel renewable 
valve seat, reversible valve 

pins, and a hydraulically formed bellows thermostat. 

These traps are also available as Mechanical Drip 

Traps without an internal thermostatic air by-pass. 

Low pressure traps up to 15 pounds pressure; high 

pressure traps up to 125 pounds. 




No. 21 H No. 10 A No. 37, Radiator Valve 

No. 20H and 21H: These traps are of all-bronze 
construction and are furnished with a solid filled 
bellows thermostat which is highh' resistant to water 
hammer. The thermostat, cage and seat are com- 
bined in a single unit. Pressure range, without ad- 
justment, o to 125 pounds. 

No. 20H has a 3-^-inch port and a J^-inch Angle pattern (with 
union) connection. 

No. 21H has a 3^-inch port. Connections: % or 1-inch Angle 
pattern without union. Union connection, ^-inch only. 

No. lOA: These Thermostatic Drip Traps have a 
solid filled bellows which withstands water hammer 
without appreciable harm and operates through a 
wide pressure range. They have a renewable bronze 
seat and interchangeable thermal members. These 
Traps have a nominal capacity of 2800 square feet 
direct radiation. Port, %-irich. Operating pressures 
up to 25 pounds, i-inch inlet and outlet (no union), 
in Angle pattern only. . 

No. 37 : This Bellows Type Packless Radiator Sup- 
ply Valve is for one and two-pipe steam systems. 
Angle patterns — }4, H- L '34- and ij^-inch. 
Swivel patterns — 3^ and ^-inch. Offset patterns — 
I and 1 34-inch. 



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Hoffman-Economy Heating Pumps 



Vacuum Type 






Type V-V 



Type SVA — Single Unit 



Duplex Unit 



Hoffman-Economy Vacuum Pumps employ the jet 
type of vacuum producer because no other type can 
approach its simplicity and effectiveness in rapidly 
removing air from a heating system. It contains no 
moving parts to wear or score, hence it will produce 
maximum vacuums o\"er a long period of service. 

The type VV unit is unusually compact, with verti- 
cally mounted pump and motor on cast iron receiver. 
Bronze fitted, with enclosed type impeller, stainless 
steel shaft, heavy type flexible coupling. Shielded 
deep groove ball bearing carries the pump shaft 



independent of the motor bearings. Capacities up 
to I 5,000 sq. ft. E.D.R. in single or duplex units. 

The SVA horizontal type unit is available m capac- 
ities up to 300,000 sq. ft. E.D.R. in both single and 
duplex styles. 

Both the VV and SVA types are made in standard 
ratings for the ordinary installation operating be- 
tween three and twelve inches of vacuum, and also 
in special ratings for jobs where conditions (such as 
lifts in the return lines) require carrying higher 
vacuums of ten to sixteen inches. 



Condensation Pumps 




Types E and EC 



Types E and EC : These units 
are equipped with a cast iron 
tank on which is mounted a 
ba 1 1-bearing flexible-coupled 
pump, bronze fitted through- 
out. Motor is placed on top 
of pump so that the unit may 
be installed in shallow pits 
with less danger of submerg- 
ence in case of flood. Motors 
are of standard make with 
ample overload capacity. All 
operating parts are simple and readily accessible. 

Type E units operate at 1750 rpm with capacities to 
65,000 sq. ft. E.D.R. and discharge pressures to 30 
pounds. Type EC units operate at 3450 rpm with 
discharge pressures to 60 pounds. Both are available 
in single or duplex styles. 

Vertical Underground Pump 





Vertical Underground 
Pump and Receiver 



This pump is used where re- 
turns are located below floor or 
are otherwise too low for hori- 
zontal pumps. Where it is 
desired to save floor space the 
pump is installed flush with 
floor. Two pumps may be in- 
stalled in a single tank of 
larger size if desired. The 
price is double that of the single 
unit. Capacities of this pump to 
30,000 square feet of radiation. 
Pressures to 100 pounds. 



Type S: Type S pumps are 
dependable, inexpensive units 
for jobs where the service is 
not severe. These pumps ha\-e 
steel receivers but otherwise 
are generally similar in appear- 
ance and construction to the 
E and EC. They are bronze 
fitted throughout with ball 
thrust bearing in the motor ^^® 

head. Flexible coupling betv\een pump and motor — 
pump carried on thrust type ball bearings. Capac- 
ities up to 8000 sq. ft. E.D.f^. and discharge pressures 
to 30 pounds. Motors operate at 1750 rpm on 10- 
pound, and 3450 rpm on 15 to 30-pound units. 
Single or duplex. 

Multi-Stage Type 

Types B and C : Types B and 
C are for jobs operating on 
higher pressures and consist 
of a horizontal bronze-fitted 
'multi-stage centrifugal pump 
with flexible coupled motor. ^ r h r 

Double outboard bearings, ^^^^ ^" 

readily renewable. Water sealed stuffing boxes; 
bronze glands. Receivers are available in either steel 
or cast iron. B and C units are listed in capacities 
up to 65,000 sq. ft. E.D.R. and discharge pressures 
to 150 pounds. Type B units operate at 1750 rpm, 
and Type C at 3450 rpm. Single or duplex. 

Type T: Type T pumps are similar to the Type S 
except they employ a turbine type pump. They are 
intended for commercial applications where discharge 
pressures up to 150 lbs. are required for capacities 
up to 10,000 sq. ft. E.D.R. Sing e or duplex. 




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Other Crane Brass Valves 



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The preceding pages, numbers 1 3 to 84, while grouped 
under the general headings of ''Brass Valves", do not 
include all of the brass valves manufactured by 
Crane Co. Those that are designed to perform a 
special duty or that are made for special services are 
shown in other sections of this catalog, as follows: 



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Brass Float Valves pages 380 and 381 

Brass Safety and Relief Vai\-es pages 384 to 400 

Brass Valves for Marine Ser\ice pages 462 to 467 

Crane-Seal Brass VaKes. , . pages 402 and 4q3 

Solder-Joint Brass Valves pages 502 to 505- 



Crane Iron and Steel Valves 



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Many users classify valves not so much by materials as by 
services. Iron body vaK-es, and in some cases even steel valves, 
are considered as alternates for brass valves. This is especially 
true of the smaller sizes, while in the larger sizes, the iron or 
steel valve is the logical continuation of the small sizes of 
brass valves. The selection of any type — brass, iron, or steel — 
depends upon the user's preference, established by considera- 
tions of ser\-ice and economy. Crane Co. manufactures complete 
lines of iron and steel X'alves; see the pages referred to below: 



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iron Body Gate Valves pages qj to 141 

IronBody Globe. Angle, and Cross Valves. pages 143 to 153 
Iron Body Check and Foot Valves pages 155 to 166 

Steel Gate Valves pages iqy to 307 

Steel Globe and Angle \'al\es pages 30c) to 326 

Steel Check Valves pages 327 to 336 



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Brass Stops, Brass Cocks, and Iron Cocks 

The Crane line of Brass Stops, Brass Cocks, and Iron 
Cocks, illustrated on pages 88 to q6, is unusually 
complete and affords the user a varied selection for a 
wide range of service conditions. 

Brass l^ough Stops page 88 

Brass Ground Key Stops page 88 

Brass Brine Cocks page 88 

Brass Ground Key Faucets page 88 

Brass Corporation Stops page 8q 

Brass Hydrant Stops. . page 8<^ 

Brass Gas Ser\'ice Stops page qo 

Brass Gas Meter Stops page qo 

Brass Gas Sto\*e Stops page qo 

Brass Pet Cocl<s page qo 

Brass Cylinder Cocks page qo 

Brass Gauge Cocks ' page qo 

Standard Brass Steam Cocks page Qi 

250-Pound Hard Metal Steam Cocks page qi 

Standard Iron Cocks page qi 

Iron Gas Line Cocks page q3 

Heavy Duty Iron Cocks page q3 

Iron Lock Cocks, Essex Pattern page 03 

Brass and Iron Spring Loaded Cocks. , . . -page q4 
Iron Asbestos Packed Cocl<s page q5 

In addition, various accessories are included: 

Hydrant Clamps page 8q 

Wood Rod Couplings page 8q 

Street Washer Keys page 8q 

Hydrant Handles page 8q 

Wrenches for Cocks page q6 

The uniformly high quality that characterizes 
all Crane products is maintained in these lines. 

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Brass Rough Stops 







Flat-Way, Tee Head 

No. 804 

Without Check or Drain 

No. 806, With Check and 

Drilled Drain 

(Not illustrated) 



Flat-Way, Lever Handle 

No. 804 Vz 

Without Check or Drain 
(Not illustrated) 

No. 8O6V2, With Check 

and Tapped Drain 
(Tapped for drain tube) 



Round -Way 
No. 812, Tee Head 



Round -Way 
No. 812V2, Lever Handle 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



V2 



Vs 



3/4 



No. 812 or No. 8UV2 



Each 2.20 3.00 3.85 I 6.15 



End to end 



Inches! 23/8 |2J3/i6| IVs I 39/i 




List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches 


% 


V2 


f % 


3/4 


1 


iy4 


IV2 


2 


No- 804 or No, 8041/2 


Each 


1.70 


1.75 


2.45 


3.00 


4.40 


7.45 


12.45 


21.50 


No. 806 or No. 8O6V2 


Each 


1.75 


1.80 


2.50 


3.05 


4.50 


7.60 


12.70 


22.00 


End to end 

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Inches 


iVs 


2% 


21/2 


2"/l6 


31/8 


3V8 


31V16 


4716 



Drain Tubes (/7, 64" O.D., 27 threads per inch) for No. 806'/2 Stops are extra. 

Brass Ground Key Stops Brass Brine Cocks 



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With Reversible Check With Re\-ersible Check & Tapped Drain 

No. 820, Removable Lever Handle No. 821, Removable Lever Handle 
No. 823, Removable Tee Head No. 824, Removable Tee Head 

List Prices and Dimensions 




No. 814, Lever Handle 
List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



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No. 820 or No. 823 



No. 821 or No. 824 



Each 1.75 2.45 3.00 4.40 



Each 1.80 2.50 3.05 4.50 



End to end 



Inches I 278 I 31/8 ! 3V4 1311/ 



Size Inches % 1/2 3/^ 1 j y^ 


No. 814 Each 1.25 11.35 2,00 3,00 


4.50 


End to end, 

Inches 


2¥l6 


2y2 


2% 


33/8 


41/4 



'16 



Drain Tubes (27 54" O.D., 27 threads per inch) are extra. 



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No. 800, Plain 



Brass Ground Key Faucets 

When ordering^ specify whether 
Rough or Polished Faucets are wanted. 

List Prices 



Size 



Inches 



% 



Vs 



V4 



1 



No. 800 



Rough 



Each! 1.70 1.75 3.00 4.40 



Polished 



EachI 2.10 2.15 3.75 5.40 



No. 801 



Rough 



Each 



2.00 3.25 5.00 



Polished 



Each 



2.40 14.00 6.00 



Size of Hose Thread 



I 3/4" i 3/4" I 1" 




No. 801 Faucets have Chicago Hose Threads on outlet. 



No. 801, For Hose 



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No. 830 



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Brass Corporation Stops 





89 




No. 834 



No. 831 




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No. 833 

No. 830 and No. 83 1 Stops have a long male thread 
on the inlet end, to fit Mueller, Payne, and Lennox 
taps. The outlet end has an inside thread to fit 
Mueller, Payne, and Lennox tapping machine screw 
plugs. These Stops have a H bend (45°) tail-piece. 

On No. 830 Stops, the outlet male thread engaging 
the union nut is one size larger iron pipe size (^--g-inch 
Stops have J^-inch threads). On No. 83 i Stops, the 



Hydrant Clamps 



Size 


Inches 


V2 


H 


3/4 


1 


No. 830 


Each 


.95 


1.35 


1.65 


2.60 


No_ 831 


Each 


.95 


1.35 


1.65 


2.60 


No- 833 


Each 


.70 


.95 


1.15 


1.85 


No. 834 


Each 


.75 


1.05 


1.30 


2.05 


No. 837 


Each 


.70 


.95 


1.15 


1.85 




No. 837 



outlet male thread is Mueller Standard, 

No. 833 Stops are the No. 830 with the union cou- 
pling omitted. No. 837 are the No. 83 i with the union 
coupling omitted. 

No. 834 Stops have male iron pipe threads on both 
ends. The ^g-inch size has %-inch threads. 

No. 830 and No. 831 Stops can be furnished with a 
straight tail-piece, when so ordered. 



Brass Hydrant Stops 




Orders should specify 
whether with square 
hole or tapped for 
pipe. 




No. 850 

For Square Rod 

Malleable Iron 



No. 850 

Tapped for Pipe 
Malleable Iron 



For Square Rod Pipe Tap 


Size of rod or pipe Inches % Vie V2 '% V2 


Width of slot Inches Vie V2 V2 V2 V2 




Black Each .06 .08 .10 .09 .13 


No. 850 


Galv. Each .12 1 -17 





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No. 816, Tee Head, With Check and Drain 



Street Washer 
Keys 



Size 


Inches V2 


V4 


1 11/4 


No. 816 


Each 2.15 


3.75 


5.40 8.65 


Dimensions 


A IViG 


IV16 


IV16 2Vl6 


in 


B IIV16 


2V8 


2Vi6 21V16 


Inches 


C IV16 


V/s 


2Vs \ 2Vs 




Hydrant 
Handles 



Wood Rod 

Couplings 





No. 854, Malleable Iron 



No. 856, Malleable Iron 
Length, 8^ Inches 



No. 860, Malleable Iron 
To fit ^-inch Square Rod 

No. 860 Each[ .10 



No. 854 



Black Per Set .40 



Galv. Per Set .50 



\ No. 856 



To fit %-inch square rod Each] .21 



lo nt -y^'incn square n^^ t^a^-.-. 
To Bt V2-i"ch square rod Each 



.23 



These couplings have a ^-inch 
pipe thread, and may be used 
with I or 13^-inch square rod. 



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Brass Gas Service Stops 








No. 270, Flat Head 



No. 272, Square Head 



No, 276, Tee Head 



No. 278, Tee Head 
With Check 



No. 284, Flat Head 
With Lockuo 



Brass Gas Meter Stop 



Brass Gas Stove Stop 





For 

Apartment 

Houses 



No. 289 
Removable Lever Handle 

I 

With Lockup 




No. 298 

Lever Handle^ 

With Check 



List Prices 


Dimensions, End to End, in Inches 


Size Inches 1/4 % V2 % 1 11/4 IV2 2 


Size 1/4 % 1 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 IV2 2 


No. 270 Each' .90' 1 .00 l.lOi 1 .30 2.10 13.25 4.60 8.00 


No. 270 1% 1 lyg ; 21/16 1 23/s 211/1,, 3Vi6!3^Vis 49/i6 


No. 272 Each .90.1.00 1.10 1.30 2.10 3.25 4.60 8.00 


No. 272 15/8 17/g 21/16 23/8 I211/16 35/16 311/16 4V,6 


No. 276 Each .90 L.OO 1.10 1.30 


No. 276 1% 1% 2i/,6 23/8 


No. 278 Eachll.OO 1.15 1.30 1.55' 


No. 278 1% V/s 21/16 23/8 


No. 284 Each 1.40 1.60 2.50 3.85 5.35 9.00 


JNO. 284 21/8 2% 31/,fi aVifi 31Vifi 41/, 


No. 289 Each 1.50 


No. 289 2 


No. 298 Each 1.15 1.25 1.35 2.15 3.25 


No. 298 1% iv/g 2i/,6 23/8 l^Vie 



The No. 284 Brass Gas Service Stops and the No. 
28q Brass Apartment House Gas Meter Stop can be 
lockeJ when in the closed position. The prices do 
not include a lock. 



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The No. 289 is recommended for use where a single 
gas stove or other appliance is connected to se\-eral 
meters, as in the laundry room of an apartment 
building. Each tenant can lock his own stop. 

. . page 96 





Brass 



Brass 



Pet Cocks Cylinder Cocks 







No. 700, Tee Head 




No. 702, Lever Handle 



*For No. 724 Cylinder 
Cocks in sizes larger than 
J^-lnch, use No. 800 
Ground Key Faucets; see 
page 88 




No. 724, Lever Handle 



List Prices 



Size 


Inches 


Vs 


V4 


Vs 


V2 


No. 700 


Each 


.40 


.45 


.50: 


.60 


No. 702 


Each 


.55 


.60 


.65 


.75 


No. 708 


Each 


.55 


.65 


.75 




No. 710 


Each 


.70 


.80 


.90 




No. 712 


Each 


.75 


.85 


.95 


No. 714 


Each 


.90 


1.00 


1.10 




No. 724 


Each 


.85 


1.15 


* 


* 


No. 744 


Each 




.75 







Brass 



Gauge Cocks 




Male 
No. 708. Tee Head 




Male 
No. 710, Lever Handle 



No. 744 

Male and Female 
Tee Head 




Female 
No. 712, Tee Head 




Female 
No. 714, Lever Handle 




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Standard Brass Steam Cocks 

WORKING PRESSURES — 125 pounds steam 
125 pounds cold water, oil, air, or gas, non-shock 

Air Tested 









No. 250 
Square Head 



No. 252 
Flat Head 



No. 254 
Square Head 
With Check 



No. 256 

Tee Head 



No. 258 

Tee Head 

With Check 



No. 266 

Male and Femaie 

Flat Head 







No. 268, Three-Way 

Square Head 

With Check 



No. 269, Four-Way 

Square Head, With Check 

Made to order only 

List Prices and Dimensions 



No. 265 

Flanged 
Square Head 



Size 



Inches 



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Va 



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Vi 



Va 



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IV4 I IV2 



2 v. 



No. 250 or No. 252 



Each 



.85 1.00 1.25 1.70 



2.35 3.70 4.85 7.30 114.50 22.50 



No. 254 



Each 



1.40 1.90 2.55 3.95 I 5.15 7.65 



No. 256 



Each .85 .85 1.00 11.25 1 1.70 2.35 



No. 258 



Each 1.00 1.00 1.15 11.40 1.90 I 2.55 



No. 266 
No. 268 



Each 



1.35 1.45 12.00 2.50 3.00 1 5.35 



Each 



1.80 2.10 2.50 13.00 3.75 1 5.75 7.15 11.00 



No. 269 



Each 



6.00 i 8.50 I 11.00 14.50 | 17.50 | 25.00 



No. 265, Flanged, F.D.&S.F. Each 



5.50 ' 7.30 \ 9.70 ' 11.75 18.00 27.50 



43.00 ! 84.00 



No. 250, 252, 254, 256, and 258 

End to end Inches 



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3y2 



31 Vie 



49/16 53/4 



67/ 



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No. 266, End to end 



Inches 



PV16 2Vi6 I IVi I iv% 



33/i 



■8 



41/4 



No. 268or 269, Centerto end Inches 



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32 



1V4 1 11V32 1 lys 



23/16 2IV32 



No. 265, Face to face 



Inches 



21V16 I 31/8 ' 33/4 I 43/8 



6 I 73/g I 9% 



Flanged cocks' The end flanges on No. 265 Cocks 
conform to the MSS 150-Pound SP Bronze Flange 
Standard (No. SP-2~iq37). They are plain faced, 
with two V-shaped concentric grooves between the 

Flange dimensions and ten-xplates for drilling 



port and the bolt holes. Prices include drilling to the 
MSS 150-Pound Standard, and spot facing; no de- 
duction is made if cocks are ordered faced only. 

Full face gaskets should be used; see page 567. 

page 550 Wrenches , . page 96 



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250-Pound Hard Metal Steam Cocks 




WORKING PRESSURES — 250 pounds steam 
250 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

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List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches V4 


% 


Vz 


3/4 1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


21/2 


3 


No- 80 E 


Each 1.40 


1.75 


1.75 


2.40 3.60 


6.00 


7.75 


11.50 


23,00 


35.00 


End to End, 


Inches l^A 


2 


23/8 


2"/i6 35/16 


4 


4 1/2 


5V4 


63/8 


73/4 



No. 80 E, Square Head 



The body and plug are made of Crane Hard Metal, a 
copper-tin bronze of unusual strength and hardness. 

Wrenches . page 96 



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Standard Iron Cocks 

WORKING PRESSURE — 125 pounds cold water, oil. air. or gas, non-shock 



Air Tested 






Square Head 

No. 320, All-Iron 

No. 322, With Brass Washer 

No. 324, With Brass Plug and Washer 



Flat Head 

No. 320 V2, Ail-Iron 

No. 322V2, With Brass Washer 

No. 3241/2, With Brass Plug and Washer 



Flanged, Square Head 

No. 325, All-iron 

No. 329, With Brass Plug and Washer 





All of these Cocks are regularly fitted with an iron nut. 



Three-Way, Square Head 

No. 326, All-Iron 

No. 330, With Brass Plug and Washer 





Three-Way 
Cross Section 

List Prices 



Three-Way, Square Head, Flanged 

No. 331, All-Iron 

No. 335, With Brass Plug and Washer 



Size 


Inches 1/2 3/4 1 IV4 IV2 i 2 21/2 3 


4 


No. 320 


Black Each .90 1 1.05 1.30 1.60 1.95 2.70 4.40 6.75 


15.50 


Galv. Each 1.35 1.60 1.95 2.40 2.95 4.05 6.60 10.15 


23.25 


No. 320 V2 


Black Each .90 1 . 05 1.30 1 . 60 1 . 95 2 . 70 4 . 40 6 . 75 


15.50 


Galv. Each 1.35 1.60 1.95 2.40 2.95 4.05 6.60 10.15 23.25 


No. 322 or So. 322V2 Black Each 1.00 1.20 1.55 1.95 2.35 3.20 5.15 7.75 19.00 


No. 324 or No. 324^2 


Black Each 1.40 1.75 2.15 3.00 4.15 5.75 9.50 14.00 40.00 


Galv. Each 1.75 2.15 2.60 3.55 4.85 6.70 11.00 16.30 45.25 


No. 325, Flanged, F. & D. Black Each, 4,25 6.25 9.50 19.00 


No. 329, Flanged, F. & D. 'Black Each ! ' 7.50 11.25 16.75 


43.50 


No. 326 


Black Each 1.65 1.80 2.05 2.65 3.65 5.35 7.50 


19.00 


Galv. Each 2.50 2.70 3.10 4.00 5.50 8.00 11.25 28.50 


No. 330 


Black Each 2.35 2.65 3.45 4.90 6.75 10.50 14.75 43.50 


Galv, Each 3.00 3.35 4.25 5.95 8.20 12.45 17.40 


50.50 


No. 331, Flanged, F. & D. Black Each 7.00 9.00 12.75 


26.00 


No. 335, Flanged, F. & D. Black Each 10.00 14.00 ! 20.00 


50.50 



When so ordered, these Cocks can be furrrished with a check, at an additional price. 

Dimensions of Screwed Cocks, in Inches 



Size 


Inches 


V2 


3/4 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


2V2 


3 


4 


t:»^ t^ ^,.A ^os- 320, 322, 324 

tnd to eiia, ^^^ ZlOVz, 3221/2, 3241/2 


21/4 


23/4 


3% 


41/8 


4% 


51/4 


6% 


7V* 


9% 


End to end, Nos. 326 and 330 


23/4 


3% 


41/8 


45/8 


51/4 


6% 


7Vi 


97/8 


Center to end of outlet, Nos. 326 and 330 




IV16 


IIV16 


2Vife 


21/4 


2% 


33/16 


37/8 


51/16 



Flanged cocks : The end flanges 
conform to the American Cast 
Iron Flange Standard, Class 115 
(Bi6a-ic)3q). Prices includedrill- 
ing to this Standard. No deduc- 
tion is made if cocks are ordered 
faced only. 



Dimensions of Flanged Cocks, in Inches 



Size 




2 


21/2 3 


4 


Par*p fr^ r^r*^ 


No. 325 or No. 329 


(>% 


8% 9% 


nVs 


X Cl^^ K'K/ -i. d-^Cx 


No. 331 or No. 335 


6% 


8% 95/8 


nVs 


Center to face of side opening No. 331 or No. 335 


41/8 


4Vl6 413/16 


eVie 


Diameter of flanges 


6 


7 71/2 


9 


Thickness of flanges 


% 


!'Vi6 ¥4 


1V16 



Wrenches . . page 96 



Templates for drilling . . page 551 



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Iron Gas Line Cocks 



WORKING PRESSURE 



125 pounds cold water, oil. air, or gas, non-shock 

Air Tested 






^tl'S'^?.?'^ ^!^' ^.%^^ f^'^t H^^d, with Lockup 

i^o. 1228 No. 1232 No 1234 

With Brass Plug and Washer With Brass Plug and Washer With Brass Piu- and Washer 




Flat Head, with Recessed Ends 
No. 1236 

With Brass Plus and Washer 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches 


V2 


3/4 


1 


IV4 


IV2 2 


2y2 3 


No- 1228 Black 


Each 


1.55 


1.85 


2.40 


3.25 


4.95 7.20 


14.70 21.10 


No. 1232 Galv_ 


Each 


1.65 


1.95 


2.55 


3.45 


5.20 7.60 


15.50 22.20 


Black 


Each 


1.85 


2.15 


2.80 


3.85 


5.70 8.20 




ENu, liJ^ ^^jy 


Each 


1.95 


2.25 


2.95 


4.05 


5.95 8.60 




End to end 


Inches 


2V4 


2% 


3V4 


33/4 


4V4 5Vi6 


6% ; 7 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size Inches % 1 11/4 


No. 1236 


Black Each 2.35 2.90 3.75 


Gaiv. Each 2.45 3.05 3.95 


End to end Inches 3% 4^4 4^4 



Wrenches .... page 96 
When so ordered, the No. 1228 Cocks can be furnished with a check, at an additional price. 

These sturdy, compact full area cocks are especially Lockup in which a padlock or sealing pin may be used 

suited tor gas lines. They have a brass plug and vr ^ n \ -^ ^ c ^ r - " ,, - 

washer, a cast iron body, and an iron nut u °- '"^^ ^^^^'^^^ '^^^' ^^^ underground installations. 

,, . „^ have a H-inch recess at each end, which protects 

AH sizes ot No. 1234 Cocks have a J^-^-inch hole for the threads and assists in supporting the pipe. 



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Flat Head 

No. 334, All-Iron 

No. 336, With Brass Washer 

No. 337, With Brass Plug and Washer 



Heavy Duty Iron Cocks 



WORKING PRESSURE 
200 pounds cold water, oil, air, or gas, non-shock 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Air Tested 



Size 




Inches 


V2 


^4 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


1 2 


No. 334 


Black 


Each 


1.15 


1.25 


1.75 


2.10 


2.80 


3.65 


Galv, 


Each 


1.75 


1.90 


2.65 


3.15 


4.20 


1 5.50 


No. 336 


Black 


Each 


1.25 


1.40 


2.00 


2.45 


3.20 


4.15 


No. 337 


Black 


Each 


1.80 


2.40 


3.05 


4.20 


6.00 


7.50 


Galv, 


Each 


2.25 


2.90 


3.65 


4.90 


6.95 


8.75 


End to end 




Inches 


3 


3% 


4 


43/4 


5% 


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Wrenches . , . . page 96 



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Iron Lock Cocks, Essex Pattern 



Standard 
Extra Heavy 



WORKING PRESSURES 

175 pounds cold water, oil, air, or gas, non-shock 
350 pounds cold water, oil, air, or gas, non-shock 



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WORKING PRESSURES 


Size Inches 


No. 321, Standard No. 323, Extra Heavy 


2 3 4 2 3 4 


Price Each 4.00 8.00 14.00 5.00 10.00 17.50 


End to end Inches 63/4 8% 10 71/8 9 11 


Center to top Inches 4V4 SVz 7^4 ^% ^¥4 W2 


Center to bottom Inches 4% 6 6^8 4^4 6 7y& 



Wrenches . . page 96 



Frices do not include lock 



Air Tested 

The se cocks 
can be locked 
open or closed. 




Square Head, with Brass Washer 

No. 321, Standard 

No. 323, Extra Heavy 



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Spring-Loaded Cocks 



Brass Three-Way Cocks 

For Air Hoists 

125 pounds air working pressure 

From Top 
of Hoist 



Air-Tested 

Brass Cocks 

WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds air~175 pounds cold water, non-shock 




Vent 




Inlet 




To Top 
of Hoist 



No. 308, Three-Way 
Square Head With Check 

No. 308 Cocks are '^'^XV"""l-4'-Qi<0D H Inlet 
designed for use on 
air hoists. The two 
diagrams aboA-e illustrate how they operate. 
Upper view (lifting position) : pressure is admit- 
ted below piston, and air abo\-e escapes to 
atmosphere through \-ent in body of cock. 
Lower view (lowering position) : W'ith wrench 
turned qo°, supply is shut off, and air below pis- 
ton is diverted to upper portion of cylinder. 

Size 



Inches 



% 



V2 



No. 308, List Price 



Each 5.00 



6.30 



Center to end, 



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Iron Mine Cocks 

WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds air 
175 pounds cold water, non-shock 




3 and 4" 

sizes have 

a bolted cap. 




No. 318 

Triangulur 1 lead 

With Lock Shield 

With Brass Plus 



No. 319 

Square Head 

^\'ith Brass Plug 



The lock shield on the No. 3 18 prevents tam- 
pering. Use the triangular wrench, page 06. 

All- Iron \hne Cocks — prices on application. 



Size 



Inches 



Vz 



•j: 



No. 305 

Square Head 





No. 306 Square Head No- 307 
Three-Way Four- Way 



Size 



Inches V^ 



Wi 



'8 



V2 



V4 



No. 305 



List Price Each 3.00 | 3.20 1 3.50 1 4.00 



C. to end, Inches j ^Vsz I ^Vz2 I IV32 I l'V32 



No. 306 



List Price Eachl 3.50 j 4.00 j 4.80 



C. to end. Inches] ^1/32 | ly^^ | I3/32 



No. 307 



List Price Eachl 4.00 4,80 i 6.10 



C. to end, Inches! IVie I IVs I ^V: 



'32 



Iron Four-Way Cocks 

WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds air— 350 pounds cold water, non-shock 



From Cylinder 



To Cylinder 



Exhaust ' 



Wrench 




Supply Exhaust 



To Cylinder 



No. 339 

Four-Way 

Square Head 

with 

Brass Plug 




Supply 



Wrench 



From Cylinder 



The two 



C 



The No. 3 3Q Cocks 

are used on hydraulic 
or air cylinders, hy- 
draulic presses, etc. 
diagrams above illustrate how 
they operate. Left view: supply 
fluid is diverted to one end oi 
cylinder, while fluid from opposite 
end passes into exhaust line; right 
view; with wrench turned qo°, 
action is reversed, moving piston 
in opposite direction. 

The cocks must be installed as 
indicated. They have an equal- 
izing duct in the body which leads from the inlet port to 
the chamber beneath the plug. Use series "'M" wrenches; 
see page q6. 




^4 



Wa 



IV2 



Nos. 318 or 319 



List Price 



Each 2.50 



2.75 



3.25 



4.25 



6.00 



9.00 



19.00 31.00 



End to end, 



Inches 2^/4 



2% 



3M 



8 



41/4 



5M 



8 



7Vi 



8 



9 



No. 339 



List Price 



Each 3.80 



5.30 



8.00 



12.60 



19.70 30.00 



Center to end, Inches] P/ie 



1^/ 



16 



lis/ 



16 



2V. 



2M 



s 



31/2 



Spring loaded : All of the cocks shown on this page The spring compensates for wear, assures tightness 
have a steel spring between the plug and the cap. betweenthebodyandplug.andpermitseasyoperation. 

Wrenches . . . .page 96 



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95 




Asbestos Packed Iron Cocks 



WORKING PRESSURES 

Standard U-Packed Cocks — 150 pounds steam 
btandard Bushing-Packed Cocks — 100 pounds steam 
bxtra Heavy U-Packed Cocks — 250 pounds steam 



^tse prices of Standard and Extra Heavy Flanged 
Cocks include facing and drilling to the Ameri- 
can Cast Iron Flange Standards ~ 125-Pound 
for the Standard Cocks and 250-Pound for the 
Extra Heavy Cocks. No deduction is made if 
ihe flanged cocks are ordered faced only. 




*il 



Size 



Standard — Asbestos P acked Iron Cocks — List Prices and Dimensions 



Screwed — U-Packed 



lrichesl_V2 13/4111 IV4 \ IV2 I 2 1 21/2 I 3 l"Tvn ~^ 5 



Flanged — U-Packed 



} - 



S crewed — Bushing-Pac ked 
Flanged — Bushing-Packed 



E achj 1.60 [2. 10 | 2.50 | 3 .5Q | 4.75 | 7.Q0 | 12.QO|^8^00i27.00 130.00 45.00|f,n.nn 
Each' 



M?_L3jiO_,IJ_^5_J._ZiiOri2^00'| 18.001 27.00 130.00 145. 00[60. 00 



Eac hI 1.75 [2.30 | 2.75 | 3^5^| 5^5J J.JS 1 13 . 25 1 20. 00 1 30^00 135700 



Each 



Screwed — U-Packed, Three-Way 
End to end. Screwed 



2.75 13.85 [5.25 I 7.75 13.25(20. 00130. 00135. 00 



Each[2.85 [ 3.15 [4.40 | 5.95 [8.75 [15. 00[22.50I33. 75137. 50156. 25(751)0 



Face to face, Flang ed 
C. to E., Screwed, Thr ee-Way 
Dia meter of end flange 
Thickness of end flange 



Inches 



Inches! 3V4 | Z^y^ \ 41/4 [ 4% \ SVie | 6 [ 7Vb | 8V,6 [ 8V16 



SV2 I 53/4 [ 6 I 71/2 83/4 



Inches [ 11 Me I 23/^6 [ 23/^6 [ 31/4 I 33/4 | sy,. 4 



Inches 



93/4 
4% 



93/4 I 11% I 131/2 



^63/8 

i(>y8 



Inches 



41/4 [ 45/8 I 5 I 6 



Vi 



V2 



7V2 81/2 



Vl 



% 



10 



11 



11 



/l 



¥4 



13/. 



16 



^^.•■'16 



'V, 



1 



Extra Heavy — Asbestos Packed Iron Cocks 



Size 



Inches 



V2 



^A 



n/4 I 1V2 



Screwed — U-Packe d 
Flanged — U-Packed 
End to end, Screwed 
Face to face, Flanged 



List Prices and Dimensions 

3 faiA 



2^2 



Each 



Each! 2.40 [3,00 [3.50 | 5,00 | 6,75 1 1Q- 00| 17,00|26. 00|38,0Q [42- 00| 60,00 180,00 



1 



10, 00 [17,00 26, 00 1 38- 00 1 42,00 1 60. 00 ISO, 00 



Inches 



Diameter of end flange 



Inches I 3Me j 3V4 I ^^4 \ Sy^ \ 6 | 6 % | 8V4 | 91/4 I ^'A J laVg 



Inches 



Thickness of end flange 



73/4 



Inches 



eVz I 7V2 



V, 



9 % [ 101/2 I 101/2 I 135/8 [ ISVs i 17 
8V4 I 9 I 10 I 11 

' IV16 1 1V4 1% 



1 



IM 



8 



1214 
IV.6 



Replacement Bushings and Rings for Standard Asbestos Bushing-Packed Iro n Cocks— List Prices 

Inches I ^' ' ^' ' ' ^^^' "' ^'^' '' ' " ' " 



Size 



Vl 



% 



1 



iy4 



iy2 



2V2 



Bushings 



Each 1 . 00 



1.00 



1 3V, 



1.30 



Top Rings 



1.85 



2.50 



Each .35 



.35 



3,15 



3.80 



.35 



.35 



.40 



.55 



.65 



4.55 
1.30" 



6.25 



1.70 



7.80 
1.95 



Iron Wrenches for Asbestos Packed Cocks — List Prices 



Size of Cock 



Inches 



V2 



3/4 



11/4 



11 



2 1/2 



List price of Wrench Each .55 .55 



3y 



.55 



.75 



75 I 1.50 [ 2.10 I 2.10 2.10 2.50 3.75 "sTOO 



Service recommendations : Asbestos Packed Iron 
Cocks are recommended for use in steam, water, or 
oil lines; they are also suitable for tar. ammonia, 
acids, etc. Standard U-Packed Cocks are constructed 
for a maximum steam working pressure of i 50 pounds ; 
Extra Heavy U-Packed Cocks, for 250-pounds maxi- 
mum pressure; and Standard Bushing-Packed Cocks 
for 100 pounds maximum pressure. 

Construction: As the name implies, these cocks are 
made of cast iron and they are packed with asbestos. 

U-Packed Cocks (sometimes referred to as " Channel- 
Packed Cocks") have a wide and deep groove around 
the two sides and the bottom of each port opening 
in the body. This groove is filled with an asbestos 
composition which is \'ulcanized in place. When the 
I plug is installed, it seats upon the asbestos packings, 
land it does not touch the body metal. The open 
ends of the "U" at the top of the plug are closed 

Templates for drilling 



with the top ring which makes the seal complete. 

Bushing-Packed Cocks are equipped with a vulcan- 
ized one-piece asbestos bushing of the same contour 
and pattern as the plug. This bushing fits into the 
body of the cock and separates the plug from the 
body so_ that direct contact between the two major 
parts ot the cock is impossible. The upper end is 
sealed with a top ring similar to that used in U- 
Packed Cocks. This type of cock can be readily 
ser\iced in the field without removing the body 
from the line; the old worn bushing and ring are 
simply replaced with the new parts. 

Asbestos Packed Iron Cocks can also be furnished 
Angle types or Ammonia patterns. Asbestos Packed 
Brass Cocks can also be furnished in Standard, Extra 
Heavy. Angle, or Three-Way patterns. Inquiries for 
special services or sires not shown are solicited and 
prices are furnished on application. 

. . pages 551 and 552 




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I 



Malleable Iron Wrenches 

For Brass and Iron Cocks 





Square Head 



Flat Head 



List Prices 






I 

I 



I l\ 



I'. I 



I'P 



J ) 



I 

i 







Square 


Head 

izes suitab! 










Flat Head 






List 
Prices 

Each 




S 


e for 






Wrench 
Number 


List 
Prices 

Each 


bizes suitable tor 






Brass Cocks 


Iron Cocks 


Brass Cocks 


iron (^ocks 


Wrench 
•dumber 


No. 
80 E 


Nos. 
250 

254 
265 

272 


Nos. 
268 
269 


Nos. 

*305 

306 


Nos. 
307 
308 


Nos. 

320 326 

321 329 

322 330 

323 331 

324 335 
325 


No. 
1228 


Nos. 

252 
266 
270 
284 


Nos. 

320y2 

322V2 

3241/2 

334 

336 

337 


MOS. 

1232 
1234 
1236 


l-S 


.05 1/4 


v. V4 






1-F 


.05 1/4 




2-5 


.06 % 


% V4, %, Vz V4> % 




2-F 


.06 , s/g 




3-S 


.07 


V2 % V2 




y^ 


3-F 


.07 


y2 


Vz 


4-S 


.11 


Vv 


3/4 V2 


V2 


3/4 


4-F 


.11 


¥4 


V2 V4 


5-S 


.15 


Va 


1 3/4 


V4 


1 


5-F 


.15 1 


V4 1 


6-S 


.20 ! 1 


IV4 1 


t 


1V4 


6-F 


.20 


iy4 


1 iy4 


6V2-S 


.25 






1 




7-F 


.29 IV2 


iy2 


7-S 


.29 1! IV4 


IV? IV4, IV2 


1V2 


8-F 


.48 2 


2 


7V2-S 


.38 




IV4 




9-F 


.82 


2y2 


2y2 


' f L ^^ 

8-S 


.48 ! IV2 


2 2 


iy2 


2 


10-F 


1.20 


3 


3 


9-S 


.82 2 


2V2 


2 


^y^ 


12-F 


4.50 




4 


10-S 


1.20 1 2V2 


3 


21/2 


3 


23-F 


.44 


iy4 


11-S 


1.60 3 


4 


1 3 




24-F 


.55 




iy2 


12-S 


4.50 ! 




4 




25-F 


.75 


2 




« 


1 h^ 3/ ir^i-l-i qiVp Mn 'ifl^ Pnn <: iicip.'; 


> 

^ I 




26-F 


2.50 


2y2 






Wrer 


1 iiu ^^4 
ich No 


. 2-M; see tab e below 


for price 


27-F 


2.75 


3 



,r 



List Prices 



I 




4 



'I 



fi: 



M 




Triangular Head 
For No. 318 





Square Head 
For No, 319 and No. 339 



iriangular Head 


Square Head 


Wrench 


List 
Prices 

Each 


Sizes 
suitable for 


Wrench 
Number 


List 

Prices 

Each 


Sizes 
suitable for 


Number 


No. 318 
Iron 
Cock 


No. 319 
Iron 
Cock 


No. 339 
Iron 
Cock 


l-T 


.25 


V2 


1-M 


. 25 V2 




2-T 


.30 


3/4,1 


2-M . 30 


3/4, 1 V2, 3/4 


3-T 


.40 


iy4, iy2 


3-M . 40 


iy4, lyz 


4-T . 70 


2 


4-M . 50 1 


5-T 1.40 


3 


5-M .70 


2 1V4> V/2 


6-T 5.00 


4 


6-M 1 . 40 


3 2 




7-M 6.00 


4 



^ ■ 


v« 


Wrench Lengths, 


Center of Head to End, i 


in Inches 






Square Head 


Flat Head 


Triangular Head 


Square Head 


Wrench 

Ni imber 


Length, 
Center 
to end 


Wrench 
Number 


Length, 
Center 
to end 


Wrench 
Number 


Length, 

Center 
to end 


Wrench 
Ni imber 


Length, 
Center 
to end 


Wrench 
Number 


Length, 
Center 
to end 


Wrench 

Number 


Length, 
Center 

to end 


1-S 


3 


71/2-5 


8y2 


1-F 


3 


9-F 


i4y2 


1-T 


5Vz 


1-M 


5y2 


2-S 


3y2 


8-S n 


2-F 


3y2' 


10-F 


17 


2-T 


8 


2-M 8 


3-S 


4 


9-S 14y2 


3-F 


4 12-F 30 


3-T 11 


3-M 11 


4-S 


5 


10-S 


17 


4-F 5 23-F 93/4 


4-T 14 


4-M 11 


5-S 


ey. 


11-S 1 22 


5-F 6y2 1 24-F loya 


5-T 18 


5-M 14- 


6-S ii 


12-S 30 


6-F 8 


25-F 12y2 


6-T 26y8 


6-M 18 


6y2-s 75/8 


13-S 36 


7-F 9y2 26-F 15 


' 


7-M 297/8 


7-S 91/2 




8-F 12 


27-F 17 




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Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 



97 



Clamp Gate Valves pages 98 and 99 

Low Pressure Valves ; p^t^e Iqq 

Standard Valves, Regular Pattern .'.' .'.pages 'iOOa' to'^lOOD 

Standard Vah-es. New Pattern pages 101 to 106 

17?-Pound Va ves pages 108 and 109 

o^n"^''''"'^ tX^'V^^ ■ P^ges 110 and 111 

yOO-Pound Hydraulic Valves pages 112 and 113 

By-Passes; Clean-Outs; Indicators; Lockup Caps ^. page 114 

Gearing ; Grease Cases; Gear Covers; Stem Protectors page 1 1 5 

Dimensions of Valves with Gearing or By-Pass pages 1 16 and 1 17 



For Standard Values for Marine service, see page 468. 
For Alloy Cast Iron Valves for Process Industries, see page 456. 



Crane Co. offers the user an unusually complete line of Iron 
Body V/eclge Gate Valves. The line includes valves for steam 
pressures up to 250 pounds and for water, oil, or gas pressures 
up to 800 pounds. It includes brass trimmed valves in all 
pressure classes, all-iron valves in all pressure classes except 
the_ 800-Pound Hydraulic, Standard valves with "Exelloy" 
or "18-8 Mo^' trimmings (Alloy Cast Iron, page 45b), and 
Standard Valves for Marine service (page 468). 

The Crane high standard of quality in design, materials, and 
workmanship is maintained in these valves, assuring the user 
satisfactory and long-time service. 



Crane Iron Body 
Wedge Gate Valves 
on a welded mani- 
fold in a paper mill. 



I 




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Wedge 



Clamp Gate Valves 



All-Iron or Brass Trimmed 



■ 

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WORKING PRESSURES 



Wheel 
Gland 

Packing Nut 

Packing 

Stem 

Upper Bonnet 



Size 



o -. * J I Cold water. 
Saturated I ., ' 

oil, or gas, 

non- shock 



steam. 



Screwed 
1/4 to 2-inch 150 pounds 
2V2 to 4-inch 125 pounds 



215 fxjunds 
175 pounds 



Flanged [ 

1 to 2-inch j 125 pounds! 200 pounds 
lYz to 4-inch ■ 125 pounds : 175 pounds 



Air tested 



Stem Thread Bushing 
Lower Bonnet 



Body Seat Ring 
Disc 



Body 



Clamp 




Upper Bonnet 



Lower Bonnet 




Inside Screw \al\'es 
Sizes 1>4 to 4-inch 



Inside Screw Valves 
Sires 34 to 1-inch .. 



Outside Screw and 
Yoke Valves 



Service recommendations: Crane Clamp Gate 
V'ah-es are suited tor a wide \"ariety of serxice in 
process industries, in oil iield or oil refinery installa- 
tions, and \^■here\■e^ compact, sturdy vah'es are 
needed. 

The brass trimmed vaK-es are recommended for 
steam, water, air, or oil lines. The all-iron ^■al^es 
are recommended for oil, gas. or gasoline, or for 
fluids chat corrode brass but not iron. 

For special corrosi\"e services which affect steel more 
than iron, the all-iron \-al\'es can be made to order 
with a malleable iron disc; prices on application. 

VaKes can also be furnished to order ha\"ing all parts 
made of iron w ith the exception of a brass disc and 
brass body seat rings; prices on application. 

Construction: The clamp construction enables 
dismantling the \"alve quickly for inspection, clean- 
ing, or repairs. In addition, it maintains a snug and 
accurately aligned bonnet joint. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed valves 
ha\"e brass body seat rings, disc, and stem. 

In inside screw valves }4 to i-inch, the upper portion 
of the bonnet engages the stem threads; it is made of 
brass and is renewable. Sizes i}4~'i^ch and larger 
have a brass renewable stem thread bushing in the 
bonnet. This construction pro\ ides a full stem 
thread engagement, brass-to-brass, and assures long 
life of the stem threads. 

Outside screw and yoke valves ha\'e a cast iron 
bolted gland. 



All-iron valves: The seats in all-iron valves are cast 

integral with the body. The disc is forged steel. 

The stem is steel, the portion coming in contact 

with the stuffing box packing being nickel-plated. 

The bonnet construction of all-iron inside screw 
valves }>9-inch and larger is similar to chat of brass 
trimmed \-alves, except that the cop portion of the 
bonnet in sizes 3^ to i-inch and the stem thread 
bushing in sizes i li^-inch and larger are made of 
malleable iron. }4 and ^i-inch all-iron vaKes ha\e 
a one-piece cast iron bonnet. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the Ameri- 

ican Cast Iron Flange 

Standard, Class i zj 

(Bi6a-iq3Q). 

The flanges are plain 
faced with a smooch 
finish. 

Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 




Size 


A 


B 


C 


D 


No. of 1 
bolts 


Dia. of 
bolts 


1 


1 


41/4 


Vie 


m 


4 


V2 


IV4 


IV4 


4% 


Vz 


31/2 


4 


V2 


IV2 


IV2 


5 


V16 


3y8 


4 


V2 


2 


2 


6 

7 


% 


43/4 


4 


Vs 


2V2 


^Vl6 


, 51/2 


4 


% 


3 


3 


71/2 


3/4 


6 


4 


5/8 


31/2 


31/2 


8V2 


'V16 


7 

1 


8 


5/8 


4 


4 


9 


'V16 


1 71/2 


8 


% 



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99 



Clamp Gate Valves 

Wedge Disc — All-Iron or Brass Trimmed 








Screwed Flanged 

No. 488 No. 4881/2 

All-Iron 

No. 490 No. 4901/2 

Iron Body. Brass Trimmed 

Inside Screw, Rising Stem 



Screwed Flanged 

No. 484V2 No. 4851/2 

All-Iron 

No. 486V2 No. 4871/2 

Iron Body, Brass Trimmed 

Outside Screw and Yoke 

List Prices, Each 




Screwed Flanged 

No. 492 No. 4921/2 

All- 1 ran 

No. 494 No. 4941/2 

Iron Body, Brass Trimmed 

Quick Opening 



Sire 
Inches 


Inside Screw 


Rising Stem 


Outside Screw and Yoke 


Quick Opening 


Screwed 


Flanged, 
F. &D. 


Screwed 


Flanged, 
F. &D. 


Screwed 


Flanged, 
h. &D. 


No. 

488 


No. 
490 


No. 
4881/2 


No. " No. 
4901/2 J 4841/2 


No. 
4861/2 


No. 

4851/2 


No. 

4871/2 


No. 
492 


No. 

494 


No. 
4921/2 


No. 
4941/2 


V4 4.00 1 3.50 


1' ' '111 
ii 1 . . > 


3/8 4.00 ' 3.50 
















1/2 


4.20 ; 3.70 i 


10.501 9.90 




7.40 7.00 




¥4 


4.80 


4.50 




11.00 


10.00 






7.70 


7.50 




1 


5.50 5.00 


16.00 15.00 


11.50 


11.00 


22.00 


21.00' 8.50 8.00 25.00 24.00 


IV4 


6.30 6.00 


18.00 I 17.00 


14.00 


14.00 


23.00 


22.00 


10.00 


10.00 


27.00 ! 26.00 


11/2 7.00 7,00 


19.00 ■ 18.00 


16.00 


17.00 24.50! 24.00'! 12.00 


12.50 


28.00 27.00 


2 10.00 ! 10.00 20.00 1 20.00 


21.00] 22.00 26.00 


26.00; 19.00 


19.00 


29.00 1 29.00 


2^2 


16.00 


17.00 


29.00 


30.00 


36.00 


37.00 


42.00 


42.00 


29.00 


30.00 


47.00 48.00 


3 


20.00 ' 21.00 1 35.00 37.00 

1 


42.00! 44.00 46.00 47.00 


35.00 


36.00 


53.00 54.00 


31/2 i 40.00 46.00 70.00 77.00 I; 80.00 85.00 , 90.00 


92.00 52.00 


64.00 ' 85.00 94.00 

H 


4 . 51.00 ' 48.00 ' 80.00 ; 88.00 HlOO.OO 


98.00 '100.00 '107.00" 55.00 [ 66.00 ; 87.00 ' 98.00 



When Quick Opening 
Valves are used in 
liquid lines, a suit- 
able cushion ing 
device should be in- 
stalled to protect 
against water ham- 
mer; see page 1 1. 

Drilling: The list 

prices of flanged 
val^'es include facing 
and drilling to the 
American Cast Iron 
Flange Standard, 
Class I 25. No deduc- 
tion is made if val\'es 
areorderedfacedonly. 






Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 


E 


F 


G 


H 


J 


K 


L 


M 


V4 


178 


4y2 




2Vl6 






% 


2 




41/2 






2Vl6 






V2 


2Vis 




61/4 


6I/2 


7V4 


2Vl6 


2Vl6 


6 


Va 


2Vl6 




7V2 


71/2 


9 


2^16 


2Vl6 


7 


1 


2Vl6 


3Vl6 


8V2 


9 


93/4 


23/4 


23/4 


7 


m 


2Vs 


31/2 


10 


IOV4 


113/4 


3Vl6 


3Vl6 


7 


11/2 


31/8 


33/4 


nV2 


12 


141/2 


3% 


3% 


9 


2 


3% 


M1/4 


131/2 


133/4 


16 1/4 


4yi6 


4Vl6 


9 


2V2 


41/8 


41V16 


153/4 


I6V2 


i9y2 


43/4 


43/4 


111/4 


3 


4Vl6 


5Vl6 


181/2 


19 


211/2 


53/8 


5% 


IIV4 


31/2 


5Vl6 


S^Vl6 


211/4 


203/4 


233/4 


7 


7 


151/4 


4 


5Vl6 


63/4 


241/4 


233/4 


28 


9 


9 


151/4 



Inside Screw 
Rising Stem 



Outside Screw 
and Yoke 



Quick 

Opening 



"^Important Notice: Flanged end valves in the 
2-inch size were formerly furnished with a face to 
face dimension of 4 inches. With the issuance of 

Templates for drilling. . , .page 551 



Dimensions "^E^^ (end to end) and "F'^ (face 
to face) apply also to Quick Opening Valves- 

this catalog, vaK'es having a new face to face dimen- 
sion — 4^4 inches, as shown in the table above — 'Will 

be furnished. 

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RATINGS IN POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH 



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Working Pressures 



Hydrostatic 



Steam 



Cold water 
non-shock 



Cold 

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30 and 36-inch 25 43 25 75 55 


42 and 48-inch 25 35 25 50 ! 45 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



List Prices, Each 
Faced and Drilled 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Non-Rising 
Stem 



No- 491 

or 

No. 49iy2 



Outside Screw 
and Yoke 



No. 493, 
No. 4931/2, 
or No. 496 



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No. 

of 
turns 

to 
open 



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Non-Rising 



Non-Rising 
Seem, Flanged 

No. 491 
Brass Seats 
Brass Stem 

No. 49IV2 

All Iron 



Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Flanged 

No. 493, Steel Stem 

No. 496, Brass Stem 

Brass Seats 



No. 4931/2, All-Iron 

Low Pressure Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves are 
especially suited for exhaust and low pressure 
saturated steam, and for gas or water lines. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed valves are 
recommended for steam or \\'ater service. 

The body seat rings and the disc faces are brass, and 
are rolled into the body and the disc. 

Non-rising stem vah'es ha\-e a Cast Manganese 
Bronze stem ; the d isc is brass-bushed where it 
engages the stem threads. 

Outside screw and yoke valves have a brass stem 
or a nickel-plated steel stem, as ordered. 

All-iron valves: All-iron valves are recommended 
for gas or for fluids that corrode brass but not iron. 
The seats are cast integral with the body and the 
disc; the stem is steel, nickel-plated. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is filled with high 
grade packing. The valves can be repacked when 
wide open and under pressure. 

By-passes: Sizes 24-inch and larger should have a 
by-pass to enable equalizing the pressure on both 
sides of the disc before opening the main valve. See 
page 114 for prices and page 117 for dimensions. 

Gearing: Sizes 42-inch and larger should be geared, 
to facilitate operation. See page 115 for prices and 
page 117 for dimensions. 

Vacuum service : When valves for vacuum exhaust 
lines are desired, orders must so specify. Such 



12 133.00 180.00 11 321/2 59 16 25 


14 181.00 255.00 I3V2 361/4 641/2 16 29 


16 260.00 350.00 14 401/2 7IV2 18 33 


18 350.00 470.00 14V2 44^4 791/4 1 18 37 


20 425.00 565.00 151/2 4834 88 20 4II/2 


*24 600.00 775.00 17 56V2 106 22 491/2 


*30 1100.00 1400.00 21 671/2 12734 24 62 


*36 1700.00 2150.00 24 791/4 ISOVz; 30 74 


*t42 2450.00 3100.00 27 179 


*t48 3400.00 4300.00 30 2031/2 


Larger sizes, prices on application. 

*Shou d have by-pass. Prices on page 114; dimensions on page 117. 

iShould be geared. Prices on page 115; dimensions on page 1 17. 



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O. S. & Y. 



valves are especially air-tested to 
assure absolute tightness. An extra 
charge is made for air-testing. 

Hub end valves: When Low Pressure hub end 
valves are required, use the Double Disc Gate Valves 
shown on pages 122 and 123. 

Flange dimensions, facing, and drilling: The 

dimensions and drilling of the end flanges conform 
to the 25-Pound American Tentative Cast Iron 
FlangeStandard 
(Bibb2-iq} i). 

When so ordered, 
the end flanges 
can be drilled 
to the American 
Standard, Class 
125. A full face 
gasket should be 
used. 

List prices in- 
clude facing and 
drilling to the 
25-PoundAmer- 
ican Tentative 
Cast Iron Flange 
Standard. No 
deduction is 
made if valves 
are ordered 
faced only. 




Dimensions of Flanges, 


in Inches 


Size 


A 


B 


C 


D 


No. 

of 

bolts 


Dia. 
of 

bolts 


12 


12 


19 


1 17 


12 


% 


14 


14 


21 


IVs I8V4 


12 


3/4 


16 


16 


231/2 


1V8 2IV4 


16 


y4 


18 


18 


25 


IV4 223/4 


16 , 34 


20 


20 


271/2 


11/4 25 


20 34 


24 


24 


32 


1% 291/2 


20 3^ 


30 


30 


383/4 


11/2 36 


28 Vs 


36 


36 


46 


1% 423/4 


32 1 yg 


42 


42 


53 


13/4 491/2 


36 , 1 


48 


48 


591/2 


2 56 


44 1 1 



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Regular Pattern Standard Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed and All-Iron 
Continuation of Present Design 

The Standard Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves illustrated on pages 101 to 106 present a newly developed design 
in sizes 2" to 12", On account of circumstances imposed by the war the production of the new design in Canada 
will be delayed depending entirely on conditions. 

In the meantime, we offer our regular design which has proved so dependable for many years- 
Canadian users are assured that after the present war time stress has passed and the production of new designs 
no longer interferes with the Canadian War Effort, the new pattern valves will be available to them, 

A general description of the REGULAR line with recommendations and dimensions is given on the next three pages. 

See pages 103 and 104 for figure numbers and list prices which remain unchanged and are the same for REGULAR 
pattern as for the new design. 



Yoke Sleeve Nut — 




Wheel 
Gland Flatige 



Yok 



Yoke Sleeve 



Gland 



Packing 
Stuffing Box 
Disc Bushing 



Disc Face 



Bonnet 



Stem 



Stem Ring 



St 



em 



Disc 



Body 



Disc Pin 



Body Seat Ring 



Guide Ribs 
Cast in Body 



Outside Screw and 

Yoke Valve 

Closed 



Non-Rising Stem Valve 
Open 



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The illustrations above show typical valves in the Regular 
Pattern Standard Iron Body Wedge Gate Line. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed valves are recom- 
mended for steam, water, or oil lines. 

All-iron valves: All-iron valves are recommended for oil or 
gas, or for fluids that corrode brass. 

Wedge disc: The disc is a single casting with tapered faces. 
Two ribs cast in opposite sides of the body engage machined 
slots in the disc. They guide the disc, and prevent contact 
between the seating surfaces until the valve is practically closed. 
In the wide open p>osition, the disc lifts entirely clear of the seat 
openings, assuring a free passageway through the valve. 

Non-rising stem valves: In non-rising stem valves, threads 
in the disc engage the stem threads, and the rotation of the 
stem raises or lowers the disc. Non-rising stem valves are simple 
in construction, and can be used where head-room is limited. 
Also, as the stem merely rotates, wear on the stuffing box 
packing and leakage at the stuffing box are reduced to the 
minimum. 



Hub end valves: The hubs on hub end valves are suitable 
for class '^D'' cast iron pipe. Their internal construction is the 
same as that of non-rising stem screwed or flanged vaU'es. 
However, in place of a wheel, they are equipped with a square 
nut, to permit operating the valve with a socket wrench from 
above the ground. 

Outside screw and yoke valves: Outside screw and yoke 
valves have a rising stem. 

The disc is threaded on the stem and pinned to it. Threads in 
the yoke sleeve engage the upper stem threads, and the rota- 
tion of the yoke sleeve raises or lowers the stem and disc. 

Outside screw and yoke valves are especially suited for installa- 
tions where the valves are operated with reasonable frequency, 
and where head-room is not restricted- The outside stem 
threads are not subjected to the action of the fluid in the 
piping, and can be lubricated when required, thereby mini- 
mizing wear. Furthermore, the projection of the stem above the 
yoke sleeve indicates whether the valve is open, partly open^ 
or closed. 



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Non-Rising Stem 
Screwed 



Non-Rising Stem 
Flanged 



No. 460 No. 461 

Brass Seats, Brass Stem Brass Seats, Brass Stem 



No. 472 
All-Iron 



No. 473 

All-Iron 



Non-Rising Stem 
Hub Ends 

No. 462 
Brass Seats. Brass Stem 

No. 461 V2 
All-Iron 



Outside Screw and Yoke 
Screwed 

No- 464 

Brass Seats, Steel Stem 

No- 464 V2 
Brass Seats, Brass Stem 

No, 475- AlHron 



Outside Screw and Yoke 
Flanged 

No, 465 
Brass Seats, Steel Stem 

No, 465V2 
Brass Seats, Brass Stem 

No. 475J^- All-Iron 



Body and bonnet: This line of valves has oval-5;haped 
bodies and bonnets. Metal sections are more than ample, and 
the metal is distributed to assure maximum strength- 
Disc: Except for certain small size valves having an all-brass 
disc, brass trimmed valves have a cast iron disc with brass 

seating faces. 

The faces are securely rolled into machined dovetails in the 

disc, assuring tightness under pressure. 

In all-iron valves, the seating faces are cast integral with the 

disc. 

In non-rising stem brass valves, the portion of the disc that 

engages the stem thn^ads is brass-bushed. 

Body seat rings: In Standard brass trimmed valves, the 
body seat rings are brass; screwed into the body. 
All-iron vahes are regularly furnished -with the seats integral 
with the body. However, they can be fumished with screwed-in 
body seat rings; prices on application. 

Stem: In non-rising stem brass trimmed valves, the stem is 
made of Crane Cast Manganese Bronze, an alloy of unusually 
high tensile and torsional strength, possessing excellent wearing 

qualities. 

Outside screw and yoke brass trimmed valves are made with 

a rolled brass or a nickel-plated steel stem, as ordered. The 

brass seem is recommended, as a safeguard against corrosion. 

All-iron valves have a steel stem, nickel-plated. 

Gland and stuffing box: Standard screwed or flanged 

valves have a one-piece case iron gland. 

Standard hub end val\'es and Llnderwriters' valves are brass 

trimmed, ha\'e a two-piece gland consisting of a malleable iron 

or steel gland fl^inge and a brass gland. Stuffing boxes are 

packed with high grade packing. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be repacked 

while under pressure. 

In non-rising stem valves, jamming the disc in the wide open 

position forces the stem collar against the machined top of the 

bonnet, making a pressure-tight joint. 

In ouf^ide screw and yoke valves, when the valve is jammed 

wide open, the tapered stem ring engages a tapered machined 

surface in the under side of the top of the bonnet, forming a 

tight joint- 



Yoke: In the smaller size outside screw and yoke valves, the 
yoke is cast integral with the bormet. In the larger sizes, the 
yoke is made in two halves, bolted together at the top, and is 
bolted to the bonnet. 
Bolted yokes are cast iron. 

Yoke sleeve: The yoke sleeve is made of Crane Cast Man- 
ganese Bronze. 

Wheel: Wheels having a diameter of 24 inches or less are 

made of malleable iron to assure maximum strength. They have 

an oval-shaped rim, affording an easy grip. Wheels of larger 

than 24 inches diameter are cast iron. 

In non-rising stem valves, the wheel has a tapered square hole 

fitting the tapered square end of the stem, and is held in place 

by a steel nut. 

In both types of valves, the wheel is attached securely, yet can 

be remo\'ed easily. 

Flange dinnensions and facing: The dimensions and drill- 
ing of the end flanges conform to the American Cast I ron Flange 
Standard class 125 (Bl6a 1Q39). The flanges are plain faced. 

By-passes: A by-pass is recommended on Standard Valves 

sizes 14 inch and larger. The by-pass enables equalizing the 
pressure on both sides of the disc before opening the main 
valve. See page 1 14 for prices and 117 for dimensions. 

Gearing: To facilitate operating the valve, sizes 24 inch and 
larger should be equipped with gears. See page 115 for prices 
and 117 for dimensions. 

Motor or cylinder operation: These valves can be fur- 
nished with an electric motor, an air motor, or an operating 
cylinder, to afford an easy means of operating the valve, 
These methods of operation are especially desirable for valves 
installed in inaccessible locations or for valves used for emer- 
gency purposes. See pages 171 to 173 for description. 

Indicators: The stem of an outside screw and yoke valve 
indicates the position of the disc. Non-rising stem valves can 
be supplied with an indicator. See page 1 14. 

Clean-outs: For use on lines carrying an unusual amount of 
sediment, tarry fluids, etc., flanged valves can be equipped with 
a clean-out on the side of the body to facilitate cleaning. 
See page 1 1 4, 





Working pressures 


Hydrostatic test pressures 


Size of 


Screwed or flanged valves 


Hub end valves 


Screwed, flanged, 


valve 


Saturated 
steam 


Cold water, oil, 
or gas, non-shock 


Cold water or gas 
non- shock 


or hub end valves 




Shell test 1 Seat test 


2 to 12-inch 
14 and 16-inch 

18 to 24-inch 
30 to 48-inch 


125 pounds 
125 pounds 

(1) 
(1) 


(2) 200 pounds 

(2) ISO pounds 

150 pounds 

120 pounds 


(2) 200 pounds 

(2) 150 pounds 

150 pounds 

120 pounds 


300 pounds 
250 pounds 
250 pounds 

200 pMunds 


225 pounds 
175 pounds 
175 pounds 
150 pounds 



{1) For steam lines larger than 16-inch, Crane ISO-Pound Cast Steel Gate Valves are recommended. 

(2) Underwriters' Gate Valves, 2 to 12-inch, are recommended for 175 pounds cold water; 14-inch, for 150 pounds. 



Dimensions 



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Dimensions, in Inches 




Ipfhread 
Engagement 




For Normal 

Thread Engagement, 

see page 591. 




Section throush flange 



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Non-Rising Stem 




G— " 

Non-Rising Stem 
Hub Ends 



Di 



menszons 



A'*, "B'*, and "C", and the dimensions of the flanges 
apply to either Non-Rising Stem or Outside Screw and Yoke valves. 
Dimensions other than "A", *'B" and "G" are approximate and 
subject to change. Full information on request. 




Outside Screw and Yok( 



Size 



2V2 



31/2 



8 



10 



12 



Screwed A —End to end 5Vi6 5% 6Vs 6V2 6% 7% 7% SV4 ^Vs 11% 




B — Face to face, without by-pass 7 JVz 8 8V2 9 10 IOV2 IIV2 13 14 




C — Inside diameter of port ! 2 21/2 3 3V2 4 5 6 8 10 12 




D - — Diameter of flange 


6 7 71/2 8V2 9 10 11 131/2 16 19 


Flanged 


E — Thickness of flange 


% ^Vi6 V4 IV16 IV16 IV16 1 1 iVs IVie IV4 




F — Diameter of bolt circle 4^4 SVz 6 7 7^2 8V2 ^Vi 11^4 14y4 17 




Number of bolts 


44488888 12 12 




Diameter of bolts 


% % % % % ¥4 V4 ¥4 % Vs 




G — End to end, without by-pass 8V2 9 101/4 IOI/4 IO3/4 12 123/4 I3V2 


Hub ends 


H — Inside diameter of hub 


3.25 4.75 5.62 6.75 7.87 10.00 12.25 14.37 




J — Depth of hub 


275 2.75 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.50 3.50 3.50 


Heights^ 


K — Center to top, Non-Rising 


IIV4 123/4 143/4 151/4 I6I/4 19 211/4 26 31 36 


L — Center to top, O. S. & Y. 


15 I6I/2 191/2 211/2 243/4 291/2 321/2 41 50 571/4 


Wheel or nut 


M — Diameter of wheel 


8 8 9 9 10 12 1 12 14 16 18 


N — Size of square nut 


2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 


Number of tu 
Size 


rns to open, without gearing 6 JVz '^V2 U 8^4 H 131/4 I6V2 21 25 




14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


30 


36 


42 


48 


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B — Face to face, without by-pass 


15 


16 


17 


18 20 24 1 28 33 


36 




C — Inside diameter of port 


14 


16 


18 


20 


24 30 36 42 48 




D — Diameter of flange 


21 231/2 


25 271/2 


32 383/4 46 53 591/2 


Flanged 


E — Thickness of flange 


1% 


IV16 


IV16 111/16 1% 21/8 23/8 2% 23/4 




F — Diameter of bolt circle 


183/4 2IV4 


2234 25 291/2 36 


423/4 491/2 56 




Number of bolts 12 16 | 16 20 20 28 


32 36 44 




Diameter of bolts ( 1 1 


IVa 


IVs 


11/4 11/4 


11/2 11/2 IV2 




G — End to end, without by-pass I33/4 16 17 17 18 24 


27 33 36 


Hub ends 


H Inside diameter of hub 16.50 18.75 20.87 


23.00 


27.25 34.00 40.50 46.75 53.00 




J Depth of hub 3.50 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.50 


4.50 5.00 5.00 


Heights 


K Center to top, Non^Fising 39V4 44V4 483/4 SZVs 631/2 75V2 


L Center to top, O. S. & Y. 673/4 76V4 1 831/2 9II/4 109 137 


1581/2 192 206 


Wheel or nut 


M Diameter of wheel 20 22 i 24 24 30 36 


N — Size of square nut 


2 


2 2 2 3 3 1 


Number of tu 


irns to open, without gearing 30 331/4 37 421/4 50 95 | | 



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and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 
125-Pound American Cast Iron Flange Standard 
(B16a-1939). The flanges are plain faced with, a 
smooth finish. 

Hub dimensions: The hubs on hub end valves 

Li8t prices. . . pages J03 and 104. 



are suitable for Class "D" cast iron pipe. 

By-passes: Sizes 14-inch and larger should have 
a by-pass, to enable equalizing the pressure on 
both sides of the valve before opening. 

Gearing: To facilitate operating the valve, sizes 
24-inch and larger should be equipped with gears. 

Templates for drilling. . . page 551. 






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Flanged Valves 

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Hub End Valves 

with 
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Style U 

Bevel Gearing 

Non-Rising Stem 



Square Operating Nut 

for 
Hub End Geared Valves 





Style S 

Spur Gearing 

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Bevel geared valves with by-pass 
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Style N 

Bevel Gearing 

Outside Screw and Yoke 



Style O 

Bevel Gearing 

Outside Screw and Yoke 



Style P 

Spur Gearing 
Outside Screw and Yoke 



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Valves with by-pass 


B End to end, hub 16 16 19 20 21 22 30 32 33 36 


Size of by-pass 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 6 6|8 




C — Center to outside 19 2OV4 233/4 251/4 26 1/4 . 291/4 34 413/4 451/4 SIV4 




Non-Rising 


E Center to center 311/2 36^4 4II/2 431/2 47 551/2 68 V? | t3 96I/4 1053^ 


Bevel 
Geared 
Valves 


F Center to top 141/2 I43/4 19 I91/2 I9V2 21 29 31 313/4 34V2 


No. of turns to open 50 60 86I/2 9^1/2 112 133 332 324 196 288 


O. 3. & Y. 


G Center to center ,45^4 531/2 60 64I/2 701/4 841/2(1051/21221/2 143 I571/2 




H Center to top 1 143/4 15 19 20 20 221/2 29 31 341/2 341/2 




No. of turns to open 621/2 75 971/2 108 125 135 | 332 380 228 260 




Non-Rising 


J — Center to center 6I/4 | 6I/4 81 i/ie 81 Vie * » VislSH/ie 145/i6 I6I/4 16% 17% 


Spur 


K Center to top | 43 47^4 551/2 573^ 6IV4 7OI/2 8534 1 00 1/2 1 141/4 129 


No. of turns to open 53 631/2 90 100 114 135 332 324 196 297 


Valves 


O. S. & Y. 


L — Center to center 12 12 I43/4 1434 I43/4 I71/4 19 19 23 '23 " 




M Center to top 5^4 59^4 68I/2 731/2 79V4 9314 11634 133 1521/2 167 




No. of turns to open 621/2 75 971/2 108 125 135 [ 332 380 228 260 


Wheel or nut for 


N Diameter of wheel 16 18 20 22 22 27 [ 30 30 36 36 


gear 


ed valves 


P Size of square nut 2222233333 



List prices. . . .pages 103 and S04. 



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Standard Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 

For Regular Pattern General DeSCflption see pages lOOA to iOOD 

Crane Standard Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves sizes 
1 2-inch and smaller are a new. impro\ed design, 
embodyini; man> features of unusual merit. They 
set a new peal< for quality in iron 
bod>' wedge gate val\es. having 
greater strength, longer life, and 
better all-around adaptability for all 
types of services. 

The line, unusually complete, includes 
the following valves: 



Brass trimmed valves pages 102 and t03 

All-iron valves pages 102 and 103 

Underwriters" pattern valves page 104 

Quick-Opening vaKes page 104 

VaKes for process indiistries page 456 

Vahes for marine service. ........ .page 4oS 

Body and bonnet; The cast iron 
body and bonnet are o\*at-shaped; lib- 
eral metal sections combined w ith prop- 
er metal distribution assure maximum 
strength. Flanged valves sizes 12- 
inch and smaller have straight through 
ports with tie ribs between the bonnet 
flange and the end flanges, providing 
additional resistance to line strains. 

Disc: The disc is made of cast iron, 
and in brass trimmed vaKes has large 
brass seating faces rolled securely into 
machined do\'etails. Sizes 1 2-inch 
and smaller are made to order with 
solid brass disc; prices on application. 

Sizes 12-inch and smaller have a solid 
web disc, the disc Ibr the non-rising 
stem being built up at the center to 
accommodate the stem hole. In non-rising stem brass 
timmect valves that portion of the disc that engages 
the stem threads is brass-bushed. 

The valves ha\e long disc guides consisting of ribs 
in the body and machined grooves in the disc. These 
minimize the drag on the seating surfaces and there- 
by prolong their life. In sizes 12-inch and smaller, 
where the disc guide is at least 50 per cent of the 
port diameter, the engaging surfaces are tapered to 
prevent a line bearing contact which would cause 
excessive wear of the guides. 

Stem: The stem is of liberal diameter and amply 
strong. Stem threads have long engagement in the 
disc or yoke sleeve. Outside screw and yoke valves 
sizes 12-inch and smaller have a tee-head disc-stem 
connection: larger sizes have a threaded disc-stem 
connection, locked together with a pin. 

Gland and stuffing box : These valves have a two- 
piece ball-type gland, consisting of a gland and a 
gland flange. This construction maintains an even 
load on the packing and prevents binding on the stem 
even when the gland bolt nuts are not pulled up 
evenly. 

In sizes 12-inch and smaller, the non-rising stem 
valves have through bolts holding the stuffing box 




Non-Rising Stem Valve 
Brass Trimmed — Open 



Outside Screw and Yoke Valve 
Brass Trimmed — Closed 



These illustrations are representative of sizes I2'inch 
and smaller only; larger sizes are n\ade similar to the 
higher pressure wedge gate valves shown on page 107. 



to the bonnet, and the stem collar recess in the brass 
trimmed valves is brass-bushed, top and bottom, to 
minimize friction and to prevent corrosion. Outside 
screN\' and yoke val\"es in these sizes have swinging 
gland eye bolts which move out of the way when the 
stuffing box is being repacked but which will not 
become detached and lost. 

The stuffing box is exceptionally deep and is filled 
with high grade packing. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. Outside screw and 
yoke brass trimmed valves in sizes 1 2-inch and 
smaller have a brass stem hole bushing, offering a 
better back seat for the stem and making this point 
non-corrosive. 

Yoke sleeve: The yoke sleeve used in outside screw 
and yoke valves is made of Cast Manganese Bronze. 

Yoke: The yoke in O. S. H Y. valves 4-inch and 
smaller is cast integral with the bonnet. In larger 
sizes, the yoke consists of two halves which are 
bolted together at the top, and also to the bonnet. 

Wheel: Wheels 24 inches or less in diameter are 
malleable iron, assuring maximum strength; they 
have an oval-shaped rim, affording an easy grip. 



Larger wheels are cast iron. 

For Valves with Split-Wedge Disc, see page lOS. 



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Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 

For Regular Pattern— see pages 100 A to lOOD 



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Size of 
valve 



2 to 12-inch 
14 and 16-inch 
18 to 24-inch 
30 to 48-inch 



Working pressures 



Screwed or flanged valves 



Hub end valves 



Saturated 
steam 



Cold water, oil, 
or gas^ non-shock 



Cold water or gas 
non-shock 



125 pounds 
125 pounds 






200 pounds 
150 pounds 
150 pounds 
120 pounds 



200 pounds 
150 pounds 
150 pounds 
120 pounds 



Hydrostatic test pressures 

Screwed, flanged, 
or hub end valves 



Shell test 



Seat test 



350 pounds 
250 pounds 
250 pounds 
200 pounds 



*For steam lines larger than Ib-inch, Crane 150-Pound Cast Steel Gate Valves are recommended; see page 304, 



225 pounds 
175 pounds 
175 pounds 
150 pounds 



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sturdy, rugged, well proportioned valves which find 
wide application in nearly every kind of industry. 
Sizes I 2-inch and smaller have been recenth' rede- 
signed and now include man\' features of unusual 
merit, such as straight through ports in flanged end 
bodies with tie ribs between the bonnet flange and 
the end flanges, tee-head disc-stem connection in 
outside screw and yoke valves, solid web disc, brass 
bushed stem collar bearing in non-rising stem brass 
trimmed valves, etc. These and other features are 
described below or on the preceding page. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed \al\es are 
recommended for steam, water, or oil lines. 

The body seat rings are brass, screwed into the body. 
The disc faces are brass, rolled into the disc. 

In non-rising stem valves, the stem is Cast Manga- 
nese Bronze, and the disc is brass-bushed where it 
engages the stem threads. In sizes 12-inch and 
smaller, brass bushings are used above and below the 
stem collar to reduce friction and prevent corrosion. 

Outside screw and yoke vaK'es are made with a brass 
stem or a nickel-plated steel stem, as ordered. Sizes 
12-inch and smaller ha\e a tee-head disc-stem con- 
nection with a renewable brass bushing in the top 
of the bonnet. 

All-iron valves: All-iron \al\-es are recommended 
for oil or gas, or for fluids that corrode brass. 

The seats are cast integral \v ith the body and disc. 
Valves with screwed-in bod\- seat rings can be sup- 
plied to order; prices on application. 

The stem is steel, and the portion which comes in 
contact with the packing is nickel-plated. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing boxes are filled with 
high grade packing. The \'al\-es, when wide open, 
can be repacked while under pressure. 

Gland: These vaKes ha\'e a two-piece gland, con- 
sisting of a malleable iron gland flange and a brass 
gland in brass trimmed vaKes or a nickel-plated 
steel gland in all-iron vah'es. 

In sizes 12-inch and smaller, brass trimmed valves 
ha\e Cast Manganese Bronze gland bolt nuts, and 
all-iron valves have zinc-plated steel gland bolts and 



gland bolt nuts. The outside screw and yoke valves 
in these sizes have swinging type gland eye bolts. 

Hub end valves: The hubs on hub end valves are 
suitable for Class "D" cast iron pipe. In place of a 
wheel, these valves have a square operating nut. 

By-passes : A by-pass is recommended on Standard 
VaKes sizes 14-inch and larger. The by-pass enables 
equalizing the pressure on both sides of the disc 
before opening the main valve. See page 114 for 
prices and page 117 for dimensions. 

Gearing: To facilitate operating the valve, sizes 
24-inch and larger should be equipped with gears. 
See page 115 for prices and page i 1 7 for dimensions. 

Motor or cylinder operation: Valves installed in 

inaccessible locations or used for emergency purposes 
should preferabh- be equipped with some easy means 
of operation. An electric or air motor drive, or an 
operating cylinder, is ideal for this purpose. For 
description, see pages 171 to 173. 

Indicators: The stem of an outside screw and yoke 
valve indicates the position of the disc. Non-rising 
stem valves can be supplied with an indicator. See 

page I 14.- 

Cleanouts: For use on lines carrying an unusual 
amount of sediment, tarry fiuids, etc., flanged valves 
can be equipped with a cleanout on the side of the 
body to facilitate cleaning. See page 114. 

Standards: Flanged valves conform to the Amer- 
ican Petroleum Institute (A. P. I.] Standard No. 
5-G-1, Second Edition, September, 1938, for 175- 
Pound Iron Pipe Line Gate Valves. This Standard 
includes sizes 2, 2^. 3. 4, ^, 8, 10, and 12-inch. 

Flanged valves also conform to the American Stand- 
ard for Face to Face Dimensions of Ferrous Flanged 
Valves (B]b.io-i93qj, for 125-Pound Cast Iron 
Wedge Gate Vak'es. This Standard includes sizes 
2 to 24-inch, inclusive. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the Amer- 
ican Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125 (Bit)a- 
iq3q). The flanges are plain faced with a smooth 
finish. 

Flange dimensions are shown on page 106. 



Additional description page 101 

Valves for Marine service. . . page 468 



Quick-Opening and Underwriters' Pattern Valoes page 104 

Alloy Cast Iron Valves for process industries page 456 



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Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 

For Regular Pattern— see pages 100 A to lOOD 








Non-Rising Stem 
Screwed 

No. 460 
Brass Seats, Brass Stem 

No. 472 

All- Iron 



Non-Rising Stem 
Flar*ged 

No. 461 
Brass Seats, Brass Stem 

No. 473 

• All-Iron 



Non-Rising Stem 
Hub Ends 

No. 462 

Brass Seats. Brass Stem 

No. 4611/2 
All- Iron 



For Working pressures and description, see the preceding page. 



Outside Screw and Yoke 
Screwed 

No. 464 
Brass Seats, Steel Stem 

No. 4641/2 

Brass Seats, Brass Stem 

No. 475 

All-Iron 



Outside Screw and Yoke 
Flanged 

No. 465 
Brass Seats, Steel Stem 

No. 465 Vs 
Brass Seats, Brass Stem 

No. 475 Vz 

All-Iron 









List Prices^ Each 




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Non-Rising Stem 


Outside Screw and Yoke 


Size 


Screwed 


Flanged, F. & D. 


Hub Ends 


Screwed Flanged, F. & D. 




No. 460 


No, 461 


No. 462 


No. 464 


^- No- 465 




Brass Seats 


Brass Seats 


Brass Seats 


Brass Seats, Steel Stem^ 


Brass Seats, Steel Stem, 


" 


Brass Ster^ 


Brass Stem 


Brass Stem 


No. 4641/2 


No. 465 Vs 




or 


or 


or 


Brass Seats, Brass Stem, 


Brass Seats, Brass Stem, 




No_ 472 


No. 473 


No. 4611/2 


or 


or 


Inches 


All "Iron 


All- Iron 


AlMron No. 475, AlMron 


No, 4751/2, All-Iron 



For sizes sma er than 2-inch, use C amp Gate Va \'es. See page 99. 


2 10.00 12.00 10.00 19.00 21.00 


2V2 11-50 13.50 20.50 22.50 ■ 


3 14 . 00 16 . 50 14 .00 23 . 50 26 . 00 


31/2 i 17.00 19.50 27.00 j 29.50 


4 19.00 1 23.00 1 19.00 32.50 ! 36.50 


5 , 27.50 31.50 27.50 45.00 49.00 


6 32.50 36.50 32.50 52.00 | 56.00 


8 54.00 58.00 54.00 86.00 90.00 


10 90.00 95.00 90.00 ! 131.00 136.00 


12 1 125.00 133.00 125.00 i| 172.00 180.00 


*14 181.00 173.00 i \ 255.00 


*16 ' 260.00 250.00 | 350.00 


*18 350.00 340.00 | 470.00 


*20 425.00 415.00 f 565.00 


*t24 600.00 590.00 ( 775.00 


*t30 1 1100.00 1 1075.00 n 1400.00 


*t36 1700.00 1675.00 | | 2150.00 


*t42 2450.00 2400.00 3100.00 


* t48 3400 . 00 3350 . 00 4300 . 00 



*Sizes 14-inch and larger should have a by-pass; see page 1 14 for prices and page 117 for dimensions. 
tSizes 24-inch and larger should be geared; see page 115 for prices and page 1 17 for diriiensions. 



Drilling: Flanged valves are furnished faced and 
drilled (F. & D.), unless ordered faced only. List 
prices include facing and drilling to the American 



Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 12 
are ordered faced only, they will be 
same price as for faced and drilled. 



5. When valves 
furnished at the 



Dimensions . . . .page 106 



By-passes and gearing . . . .pages 114 to 1 17 



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For Regular Pattern Underwriters' Pattern see pages lOOA to lOOD 



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WORKING PRESSURE 

175 pounds cold water, non-shock 

HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURES 
350 pounds shell 200 pounds seat 

List Prices, Each 




Size 
Inches 


No. 462 1/2 
Hub End 


No. 467V2 
Screwed 


No. 467 
Flanged, F. & D. 


2V2 




20.50 


22.50 


3 




23.50 


26.00 


31/2 


27.00 


29.50 


4 


19.00 


32.50 


36.50 


5 


1 45.00 


49.00 


6 


32.50 


52.00 


56.00 


8 


54.00 


86.00 


90.00 


10 


90.00 


' 


136.00 


12 


125.00 




180.00 





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Non-Rising Stem 

Hub Ends 
No. 4621/2 

These valves, designed for fire protection service, 
are similar to the valves described on the preceding 
three pages. 

They conform to the Underwriters' Specifications 
known as "The National Standard". They are listed 
as approNcd and inspected by the Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, Boston, and the 
Underwriters' Laboratories, Chicago. The valves 
are marked "CU" and "FM". 

Trimmings : Body seat rings are brass, screwed into 
the body. Disc faces are brass, rolled into the disc. 

The stem is brass, and the bonnet and stuffing box 
are brass-bushed where they come in contact with 
the stem. In non-rising stem valves, the disc is 
brass-bushed where it engages the stem threads. 



Outside Screw and Yoke Valves 

Screwed Flanged 

No. 467V2 No. 467 

The brass to brass contacts prevent corrosion and 
assure easy operation of the valve. 

The gland is brass and is of the ball type; the gland 
flange is malleable iron. The gland nuts are brass. 

Hub end valves: The hub ends fit Class "D" cast 
iron pipe. The bonnet has a square flange cast 
integral, to permit bolting on an indicator post 
when the valve is installed underground. 

Outside screw and yoke : Outside screw and yoke 
valves are usually used indoors. The rising stem 
indicates whether the valve is open or closed. 

Drilling : List prices of flanged valves include facing 
and drilling to the American Cast 1 ron Flange Stand- 
ard, Class 125. No deduction is made when valves 
are ordered faced only. 



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Screwed 

No. 470 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 476 
All-Iron 




WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 

200 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURES 

350 pounds shell 225 pounds seat 



List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches 



No. 470 

Brass 

Trimmed 

or 

No. 476 

All-Iron 



Screwed 



No. 471 

Brass 

Trimmed 

or 

No. 477 

AU-Iron 

Flanged, 
F. &D. 



Except for the quick-opening mechanism 
and the disc-stem connection, these valves 
are the same as the outside screw and yoke 
valves described on the preceding three 
pages. To secure the extra rigidity neces- 
sary in this type of valve, the disc is 
threaded on the stem and pinned to it. 

Drilling: List prices of flanged valves 

include facing and drilling to the American 
Cast 1 ton Flange Standard, Class 125. (No 
deduction for valves ordered faced only.) 

Shock : Closing one of these valves quickly 

on liquid lines may cause "water hammer". When severe, water hammer 

must be eliminated by installing a suitable cushioning device ; see page 1 1 . 

Dimensions of Standard Wedge Gate Valves, . . page 106 Additional description . . . pages 10 J and 102 



Flanged 

No. 471 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 477 
All-Iron 



For sizes smaller than 3", use 
Clamp Gate Valves (page 99). 


3 22.00 24.50 


3V2 25,00 27,50 


4 30.00 34.00 


5 ! 42.00 46.00 


6 48.00 52.00 


8 84.00 


10 127.00 


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For Regular Pattern With Split -WcdgC DlSC see pages JOOA to lOOD 




Cross Section 

Outside Screw and Yoke 

Flanged 

With 
Split-Wedge Disc 

Prices 

furnished 

on application. 



WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pound steam 
200 pounds cold water, oil, or ^as, non-shock 

HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURES 
350 pounds shell 225 pounds seat 

Except for their split-\\edge disc, these 
Standard Iron Bod^■ Gate VaU'cs are the 
same as those with solid wedge disc 
described on pages loi to 103, All parts. 
including the disc, are interchangeable. 

Split-Wedge Disc : The disc is made in 
two halves with large concave-convex 
contacting surfaces, assuring proper and 
uniform spreading action. It is ideal for 
use in valves which may require refacing 
ot the body seat rings because of un- 
usually severe service. The freedom of 
the two hah-es and the spreading move- 
ment at the point of closure compensate 
for the slight differences in taper and for 
the increased gauge after the body seat 
rings ha\e been remachined. 

The disc has a slot for the tee-head on 
the stem, and each half is completely 
guided on both sides. There are no 
auxiliary parts, and the two parts cannot 
become loose or separate when in service. 

Available types and sizes : Valves 
with split-wedge disc are regularly made 
in the Outside Screw and Yoke pattern, 
with screwed ends in sizes i to 6-inch 





Outside Screw and Yoke 



Screwed 
Sizes 2 to 6-inch 


Flanged 
Sizes 2 to 1 2-inch 


With 

Brass Seats 
and Brass Stem 


With 

Brass Seats 

and Brass Stem 


or 
All-Iron 


or 

All-Iron 



inclusive and with flanged ends in sizes 
2 to 12-inch inclusive. They are avail- 
able with brass seating surfaces and 
brass stems or in ail-iron construction. 

Dimensions: The dimensions of these 
valves are the same as those of Standard 
Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves with solid 
wedge disc; see page io6. 



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Standard Iron Body Gate Valves 
For Marine Service 

The many improvements made in the new flanged 
end Standard Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves make 

them idea! for Marine service. 
To comply fully with Marine 
Specifications, chey can be fur- 
nished with a solid brass disc, 
with bronze gland bolts, and, in 
the Non-Rising Stem pattern, 
with an approved type indicator. 

Typical of the Marine valves is 
the No. 4467 illustrated at the 
left. Equipped with an indicator 
and a single side cleanout, it is 
particularly suited for cargo oil 
systems. The body has tapped 
and plugged bosses suitable for 
steaming-out connections. For 
complete description of the No. 
4467 as well as other Standard 
No. 4467, Flanged Jron Body Wedge Gate Valves 
Non-Rising Stem for Marine service, see page 4D8. 




Standard Iron Body Gate Valves 
For Process Industries 



Included in the Crane line of 
Standard Iron Body Wedge Gate 
Valves are alloy cast iron valves 
suitable for service in process 
industries. 

Made with alloy cast iron body 
and either Exelloy or 18-8 Mo 
Alloy trimming, process industry 
valves are similar in design and 
construction to the Standard Valves 
described on the preceding pages. 

They are available with flanged 
ends only in both the Non-Rising 
Stem and the Outside Screw and 
Yoke patterns. 

The valves are ideal for many in- 
dustrial services where superior 
corrosion resistance is desired. For 
complete description and list prices, 
see page 456. 




Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Flanged 

Exelloy or 

18-S Mo Alloy 

Trimmed 



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For Regular Pattern DimenSlOnS, 111 InchcS ^^^ pages lOOA to lOOD 



For general description 
of Standard Valves, 
see pages 101 to lOS. 




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Flange dimensions and 
facing: The dimensions and 
drilling of the end flanges 
conform Co the American 
Cast Iron Flange Standard, 
Class 125 (Biba-iQ3q). 

The flanges are plain faced, 
with a smooth finish. 




Screwed or 

Flanged 



Hub 
Ends 



Non-Rising Stem Valves 
Without Bv-Pass 




Screwed or Flanged 

O.S. &Y. Valve 
Without By-Pass 




Quick Opening Valve 

Dimensions "E" and 

"F" apply also to 
Quick Opening VaKes 






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Size 


Flanges 


E 


F 


G 


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J 


K 


T 


M 


N 


P 


Q 


No. of 

turns 

to 




A 


B 

■ 


C 


D 


Bolts 




No. 


Dia. 




open 


1 


2 


6 


% 


43/4 


4 


% 


6V8 


7 


W4 


1 3.25 


2.75 


123/4 , 143/4 




8 




2 


7 


2V2 


2V2 


7 


»VlG 


51/2 


4 


% 


6 1/2 


7V2 








13% 17 




8 


81/2 


3 


3 


71/2 


3/4 


6 


4 


% 


63/4 


8 


9V4 


4.66 


2.75 


151/2 191/2 


25 


9 


12 


2 


101/2 


31/2 


31/2 


8V2 


'^M 


7 


8 


% 


73/8 


8V2 




1 




II61/2 211/4 


281/2 


9 


12 




12 


4 


4 


9 


1V16 


71/2 


8 


% 


7% 


9 


103/8 


5.70 


j 3.00 


181/2 233/4 


i 341/2 


10 


: 15V2 


! 2 


9 




5 


10 


*Vl6 


SVz 


8 


Vi 


8 1/2 


10 


103/4 


6.75 


3.00 


211/4 1 283/4 


391/2 


12 


23 


2 


11 


6 


6 


11 


1 


91/2 


8 


3/4 


8% 


; 10V2 


111/4 


7.80 


3.00 


233/8 32% 


! 441/2 


12 


23 


2 


13 


8 


8 


131/2 


IVs 


113/4 


8 


V4 


101/4 


i llVz 


13 


10.00 


3.50 


273/8 417/8 


67 


16 


, 29 


2 


17 


10 


10 


16 


IVie 


141/4 


12 


% 


11% 


13 


133/4 


12.10 


3.50 


33 501/4 


70 


20 


; 41 


2 


21 


12 


12 


19 


IV4 


17 


12 


% 


12% 


14 


141/2 


14.20 


j 3.50 


361/4 58 


733/4 


20 


41 


2 


251/2 


14 


14 


21 


1% 


18V4 


12 


1 




15 


1334 


16.50 


3.50 


1 42 ! 673/4 




20 




2 


30 


lb 


16 


231/2 


IV16 


21 1/4 


16 


1 




16 


16 


18.75 


4.00 


48 76 1/4 




22 




2 


34 


18 


18 


25 


IVie 


22V4 


16 


IVs 




17 


17 


20.87 


, 4.00 


493/4 831/2 




i 24 




2 


38 


20 


20 


271/2 


l^VlG 


25 


20 


IVs 




18 


17 


23.00 


4.00 


541/2 911/4 




24 


L 


2 


421/4 


24 


24 


32 


1% 


291/2 


20 


1V4 


1 


20 


18 


27.25 


4.00 


64 109 




! 30 




3 


50 


30 


30 


383/4 


2Vs 


36 


28 


1V4 


1 


1 24 


1 24 


i34.00 


4.50 


781/2 137 


1 


1 36 


1 


3 


95 


3f> 


36 


46 


2% 


423/4 


32 


1V2 


28 


27 


40.50 


! 4.50 








1 






42 


42 


53 


2% 


491/2 


36 


1V2 


I 


33 


33 


46.75 


5.00 


! 


* 


1 






i 


48 


48 


591/2 


23/4 


56 


44 


1V2 




' 36 


36 


53.00 


; 5.00 


1 

1 




1 


1 


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Face to face : The face to face dimensions of flanged 
\"al\'es conform to the American Petroleum Institute 
(A.P.I.) Standard, No. 5-G-1, Second Edition, Sep- 
:ember, 1^38, for 175-Pound Iron Pipe Line Gate 
Valves. This Standard includes sizes 2, x]/^, 3, 4, 6, 
8, 10, and iz-inch. 

Flanged valves also conform to the American Stand- 
ard for Face to Face Dimensions of Ferrous Flanged 
Valves (B 1 b. 1 o- 1 q39J , for 1 25-Pound Cast Iron 
Wedge Gate Val\es. This Standard includes sizes 
2 to 24-inch inclusive. 

By-passes and gearing: Sizes 14-inch and larger 
should have a by-pass to enable equalizing the pres- 



sure on both sides of the main valve before opening. 

To facilitate operation, valves 24-inch and larger 
should be equipped with gears. 

For dimensions of valves equipped with by-pass or 
gearing, see pages 1 16 and 117. 

Bevel geared valves with by -pass: Bevel geared 
valves with by-pass have the by-pass on the bottom, 
with the stem of the by-pass valve parallel to the 
pinion shaft; see page i ib for illustration. 

Hub dimensions : The hubs on the hub end valves 
are suitable for Class "D" cast iron pipe. 



List prices . . . pages 103 and 104 



Thread engagement . . . .page S9l 



Templates for drilling . . page 551 



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17 5 -Pound, 250-Pound, and 800-Pound Hydraulic 

Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 

General Description 



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175-Pound Valves pages 108 and 109 

250-Pound Valves pages 110 and 111 

800-Pound Hydraulic Valves pages 112 and 113 

Crane 175-Pound, z5o-Pound, and 800-Pound Hy- 
draulic Wedge Gate Valves are very similar in con- 
struction, the important differences 
being in their proportions and in 
the materials used. The illustrations 
here show typical valves; the prin- 
cipal variations in construction are 
explained below. (These illustra- 
tions also are typical of Standard 
Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves sizes 
14-inch and larger; see page loi). 

Body and bonnet: All lines of 
vaKes have oval-shaped bodies and 
bonnets. Metal sections are more 
than ample, and the metal is distrib- 
uted to assure maximum strength. 
In 175-Pound Valves, the body is 
made of Crane Ferrosteel ; the bon- 
net is Ferrosteel in sizes 8-inch and 
larger, and cast iron in the smaller 
sizes. 250-Pound and 800-Pound 
Hydraulic Valves have a Ferrosteel 
body and bonnet. 

Wedge disc: The disc is a single 
casting with tapered faces. Two 
ribs cast in opposite sides of the 
body engage machined slots in the 
disc. They guide the disc, and 
prevent contact between the seat- 
ing surfaces until the valve is practically closed. 

Except for certain small size valves having an all- 
brass disc, brass trimmed valves have a cast iron 
disc, with brass seating faces in 175-Pound VaK'es 
and Crane Hard Metal seating faces in 250-Pound 
and Soo-Pound Hydraulic Valves. The faces are 
securely rolled into machined dovetails in the disc, 
assuring tightness under pressure. 

' In all-iron valves, the seating faces are cast integral 
with the disc. 

In brass trimmed non-rising stem, the portion of the 
disc that engages the stem threads is brass-bushed. 

Body seat rings: In 175-Pound Brass Trimmed 
Valves, the body seat rings are brass; and in 250- 
Pound and 800-Pound Hydraulic Valves, Crane Hard 
Metal. They are screwed into the body. 

All-iron valves are regularly furnished with the seats 
integral with the body. However, all-iron valves 
can be furnished with screwed-in body seat rings; 
prices on application. 

Stem: In non-rising stem brass trimmed valves, the 
I stem is Crane Cast Manganese Bronze. Outside screw 
' and yoke brass trimmed valves have a rolled brass 

stem or a nickel-plated steel stem. 

All-iron valves have a steel stem, the portion in 



Yoke Sleeve Nut 

Yoke 
Yoke Sleeve 
Wheel 




Non-Rising Stem Valve 
Brass Trimmed — -Open 



Outside Screw and Yoke Valve 
Brass Trimmed — Closed 



contact with the packing being nickci-plated. 

Gland and stuffing box: These \'al\es ha\'e a 
two-piece gland consisting of a gland flange and a 
gland. This construction prevents binding on the 
valve stem and assures an even load on the packing. 

Stuffing boxes are packed with high grade packing. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

In non-rising stem vaK'es, jamming the disc in the 
wide open position forces the stem collar against the 
machined top of the bonnet, making a pressure-tight 
joint. In outside screw and yoke valves, when the 
valve is jammed wide open, the tapered stem ring 
engages a tapered machined surface in the under 
side of the top of the bonnet, forming a tight joint. 

Yoke: In the smaller size O. S. & Y. valves, the voke 
is cast integral with the bonnet. In the larger 
sizes, the yoke consists of two halves which are 
bolted together at the top. and also to the bonnet. 

Yoke sleeve: The yoke sleeve in outside screw and 
yoke valves is Crane Cast Manganese Bronze. 

Wheel: Wheels having a diameter of 24 inches or 
less are made of malleable iron to assure maximum 
strength. They have an oval-shaped rim, affording 
an easy grip. Larger wheels are cast iron. 





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Ferrosteel Body Wedge Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



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Size 

of 
valve 



Working 
Pressures 



Hydrostatic 
Test Pressures 



Saturated 
Steam 



Cold water, 
oil, or gas, 
non-shock 



Shell 
test 



Seat 
test 



2 to 12" 



175 pounds I 400 pounds ]700 pounds] 450 pounds 



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Crane 175-Pound Ferrosteel Body Wedge Gate 
Val\"es are designed to meet the requirements of 
service more severe than Standard Iron Body Valves 
can safely \vithstand but where the use of 250-Pound 
Valves is not justified. They are of high quality 
construction and are considerably heavier than the 
Standard Valves, affording an ample safety factor 
under all rated service conditions. . . 

Body and bonnet : The body and bonnet are 
rigidly constructed, assuring adequate strength and 
freedom from distortion. All sizes have Ferrosteel 
bodies. Sizes 8-inch and larger have Ferrosteel 
bonnets; smaller sizes have cast iron bonnets. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed vahes are 
recommended for steam, water, or oil, or for use on 
fluids that do not corrode brass or iron. 

The brass body rings are screwed into the body. 
Disc faces are brass and are rolled into the disc. 

The stem in the non-rising stem valves is made of 
Cast Manganese Bronze, and the disc is brass- 
bushed where it engages the stem threads. 

Outside screw and yoke \"ah"es have a brass stem 
or a nickel-plated steel stem, as ordered. The brass 
stem acts as a safeguard against corrosion. 

All-iron valves: All-iron valves are recommended 
for oil or gas, or for fluids that corrode brass but 
not iron. 

These valves have the seats cast integral with the 
bod\- and disc. Val\-es with screwed-in bodv seat 
rings can be supplied to order; prices on application. 

The stem is steel, the portion in contact with the 
stuffing box being nickel-plated. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is packed with high 
grade packing and may be repacked while the valve 
is wide open and under pressure. 

Gland : The gland is the two-piece type, consisting 
of a malleable iron gland fiange and a brass gland 
in brass trimmed valves, or a nickel-plated steel 
gland in all-iron \'alves. 

By-passes : A by-pass is recommended on 175- 
Pound Valves sizes 8-inch and larger. 

By-passes are made in "built-up" and "bolted" 
types. The built-up by-pass is furnished only on 
valves for steam lines; the bolted by-pass is furnished 
on valves for water, oil, or gas lines. See page 114 
for prices and page i 17 for dimensions. 

Gearing: To facilitate operation, 10 and 12-inch 
valves can be equipped with gears. See page 115 for 
prices and page 117 for dimensions. 



Motor or cylinder operation : Valves installed in 
inaccessible locations or used for emergency purposes 
should preferably be equipped with some easy means 
of operation, such as an e ectric or air motor drive, 
or an operating cylinder. For details, see pages 171 
to 173. 

Standards: Flanged valves conform to the A.P.I. 
Standard, No. 5-G-i, Second Edition, September, 
1938, for 350-Pound Iron Pipe Line Gate Valves. This 

Standard includes sizes 2, 2^^,3,4,6,8, 10, and 12-inch. 

Flanged valves also conform to the American Stand- 
ard for Face to Face Dimensions of Ferrous Flanged 
Valves (Bib. io-iq3q), for 175-Lb. Cast Iron 
Flanged Wedge Gate Valves. This Standard in- 
cludes sizes 2 to 12-inch inclusive. 

Flange dimensions and facings: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 250- 
Pound American Cast Iron Flange Standard (Bi6b- 

iq28). , 

End flanges are regularly furnished with a Vle-i^ch 
raised face. The raised face is finished with concen- 
tric grooves, approximately 1 6 grooves per inch 
known as a "serrated" finish. 

Valves with male, female, tongue, or groove faces 
are made to order; see page 560 for dimensions and 
the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 




Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 



Size 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


No. of 
bolts 


Dia. of 
bolts 


2 


2 


6V2 


% 


4Vl6 


5 


8 


% 


21/2 


2V2 


71/2 


1 


415/16 


57/8 


8 


V4 


3 


3 


8V4 


11/8 


51 V16 


6% 


8 


Vi 


31/2 


31/2 


9 


IV16 


6V16 


71/4 


8 


V4 


4 


4 


10 


11/4 


61 Vie 


7Vs 


8 


V4 


5 


5 


11 


1% 


8V16 


91/4 


8 


% 


6 


6 


121/2 


IV16 


91 V16 


10% 


12 


V4 


8 


8 


15 


1% 


IIIV16 


13 


12 


Vs 


10 


10 


171/2 


1% 


I41/16 


151/4 


16 


1 


12 


12 


201/2 


2 


i6yi6 


173/4 


16 


iVs 


14 


■ 131/4 


23 


21/8 


1815/16 


201/4 


20 


11/8 


16 


151/4 


251/2 


21/4 


2IV16 


221/2 


20 


1V4 


18 


17 


28 


2% 


23S/16 


243/4 


24 


IV4 


20 


19 


301/2 


21/2 


25V,6 


27 


24 


1V4 


24 


23 


36 


2^/4 


3OV16 


32 


24 


11/2 



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175-Pound 



el Body Wedge Gate 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



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Non-Rising Stem 
Screwed Flaneed 



Outside Screw and Yoke 



No. 500 
Brass Seats 
Brass Stem 



No- 501 
Brass Seats 
Brass Stem 

No. 506 
All-Iron 



Screwed 

No. 504 V2 
Brass Seats 
Brass Stem 



Working pressures and description, 
see the preceding page. 



Flanged 

No, 505 
Brass Seats 
Steel Stem 

No. 505V2 

Brass Seats 
Brass Stem 

No. 508 

All- Iron 



Screwed or 


Screwed or 


F anged 


Flanged 


,Slon-Rising 


Outside Screw 


Stem 


and Yoke 



Prices and dimensions of larger 

sizes will be furnished on 

application. 



List Prices and Dimensions 





List Prices, Each 


Dimensions, in Inches 


Size 


Non-Rising Stem Outside Screw and Yoke 


F 


G 


H 


J 


K 


X 7 


Inches 


No. 500 
Screwed 


No. 501 

or 
No. 506 
Flanged 
F. &D. 


No. 5041/2 
Screwed 


No. 505, 

No. 5051/2, 

or No. 508 

Flanged 

F. &D. 


No- 

of 
turns 
to 
open 


2 15.00 17.50 24.50 27.00 


51/2 


171/4 


111/2 


151/4 8 63/4 


2V2 


17.00 ! 19.50 26.50 29.00 


6 


8 


123/4 


163/4 8 8V4 


3 20.00 23.00 30.50 33.50 


7V4 


191/4 


141/4 


191/2 9 10 


31/2 


25.00 28.00 37.00 40.00 


71/2 


10 


151/4 


2134 


9 


11V2 


4 } 28.00 1 33.00 42.50 47.50 


73/4 


101/2 


17 


241/2 10 9 


5 


40.00 45.00 57.00 62.00 


81/2 


111/2 


20 


2834 12 


11 


6 


50.00 57.00 69.00 76.00 


83/4 


tl3 


21 1/2 3234 


12 25 


* 8 


94.00 




123.00 




tl4V4 


251/2 


411/4 


14 34 


*:iO ! 153.00 187.00 




tl6V4 


323/4 


50 1/4 16 42 


*tl2 1 195.00 237.00 




1171/2 


361/4 571/2 


18 50 



*Sizes 8-inch and larger should have a by-pass. See page 114 for prices and page 117 for dimensions. 
JSizes 10 and 12-inch can be equipped with gears. See page 115 for prices and page 117 for dimensions 



Drilling: List prices of flanged valves include facing Flange Standard. No deduction is made if valves 
and drilling to the 250-Pound American Cast Iron are ordered faced only. 

f Important Notice 

Flanged valves in z, 3, 6, 8. 10, and 12-inch sizes Unless otherwise ordered, valves with the new face 
formerly had face to face dimensions other than to face dimensions are furnished. When so desired, 



those shown above. The new 
dimensions, adopted with the 
issuance of this catalog, agree 
with the A.P.I. Standard and 
the American Ferrous Flanged 
Valve Standard. 



Comparison of Face to Face Dimensions 



Si^e 


2 


3 


6 8 10 12 


New 


71/4 
7Vi 


91/4 
91/2 


13 141/4 163/4 171/2 


Old 


12 131/2 15 16 



valves having the old dimen- 
sions can be furnished ( for 
prices, refer to the Crane Dis- 
count Sheet) , biit orders must 
specifically indicate that such valves 
are wanted. 



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Ferrosteel Wedge Gate Valves 



Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



Crane 250-Pound Ferro- 
steel Wedge Gate 
Valves are admirably 

suited for a wide vari- 
ety of service conditions 
requiring the use of 
rugged, substantially 
constructed valves. 
They will give excellent 
results on steam lines 



Size 

of 

valve 



Working 
Pressures 



Hydrostatic 
Test Pressures 



Saturated 

steam 



Cold water , 
oil, or gas, 
non-shock 



Shell 

test 



Seat 
test 



iy4 to 12" I 250 pounds [ 500 pounds [1000 pounds! 550 pounds 



14 and 16'' | 250 pounds [ 400 pounds [ 700 pounds ! 450 pounds 



18 to 24" 



400 pounds j 700 pounds | 450 pounds 



*For steam lines larger than 16", Crane 300-Pound Cast Steel Gate 
Valves are recommended; see page 304. 




where the pressure and temperature do not require 
the use of steel valves, on high pressure cold water 
lines, on natural gas lines, oil pipe lines, etc. 

Ferrosteel body and bonnet : The body and bon- 
net are made of Crane Ferrosteel, a high grade iron 
approximately 35 per cent stronger than cast iron. 
iVIetal sections are more than ample, and the metal 
is distributed to pro\-ide maximum strength. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed \'alves are 
recommended for steam, water, or oil, or for other 
fluids that do not corrode brass or iron. 

The body seat rings are made of Crane Hard Meta). 
a copper-tin bronze of unusual strength and hardness. 
The> are screwed into the body. 

In sizes i-inch and smaller, the disc is Crane Special 
Brass: in the larger sizes, the disc is cast iron faced 
with Crane Hard Metal. 

The stem in non-rising stem valves is Cast Manga- 
nese Bronze ; the disc is brass-bushed where it engages 
the stem threads, except on the sizes having a solid 
Crane Special Brass Disc (i34 to 2-inch). 

Outside screw and >'oke valves have a brass stem 
or a nickel-plated steel stem, as ordered. The brass 
stem ser\'es as a safeguard against corrosion. 

All-iron valves: All-iron valves are recommended 
for gas or oil ser\-ice, or for fluids that corrode brass 
but not iron. 

They have seats cast integral with the body and the 
disc. Valves with screwed-in body seat rings can be 
supplied when ordered; prices on application. 

The stem is steel, the portion in contact with the 
packing being nickel-plated. 

Stuffing box and gland : The stuffing box is packed 

with high grade packing. The valves, when wide 
open, can be repacked while under pressure. 

The gland flange is malleable iron or steel; the gland 
is brass in brass trimmed valves and nickel-plated 
steel in all-iron vaK'es. 

By-passes: A by-pass Is recommended on 250- 
Pound Valves sizes b-inch and larger. 

By-passes are made in ■"built-up" and "bolted" 
types. The built-up by-pass is furnished onlv on 
valves for steam lines; the bolted b>--pass is furnished 
on valves for water, oil, or gas lines! See page 1 14 for 
prices and page 1 17 for dimensions. 

Motor or cylinder operation: Valves used for 
emergency purposes or installed in inaccessible loca- 



tions should preferably 
be equipped with some 
easy means of operation 
such as an electric or 
air motor drive or an 
operating cylinder. See 
pages 171 to 173. 

Gearing: To facilitate 

operation, valves 14- 
inch and larger should be equipped with gears. See 
page 115 for prices and page 117 for dimensions. 

Standards : Flanged valves conform to the Ameri- 
can Petroleum Institute (A.P.I.) Standard No. 
5-G-1, Second Edition, September, IQ38, for 500- 
Pound Iron Pipe Line Gate Valves. This Standard 
includes sizes 2, 23^, 3,4, 6, 8, i o, and 1 2-inch. 

Flanged valves also conform to the American Stand- 
ard for Face to Face Dimensions of Ferrous Flanged 
Valves (Bi6.io-iq3q} for 250-Lb. Cast Iron Flanged 
Wedge Gate Valves. This Standard includes sizes 
1 to 12-inch inclusive. 

Flange dimensions and facing: Dimensions and 
drilling of end flanges conform to the 250-Pound 
American Cast Iron Flange Standard (Bi6b-iQ28). 

End flanges are regularly furnished with a l/fe-inch 
raised face. The raised face is finished with concen- 
tric grooves, approximately 16 grooves per inch, 
known as a ■"serrated" finish. Valves with male. 
female, tongue, 
or groove faces 
can be fur- 
nished. See the 
CraneDiscount 
Sheet for prices 
and page ybo 
for dimensions. 



Dimensions of Flai^es, in Inches 




Size 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


No. of 
bolts 


Dia. of 
bolts 


Wa 


IV4 


SV4 


V4 


3Vl6 


3% 


4 


5/8 


1V2 


iy2 


^Vs 


^Vl6 


3Vl6 


41/2 


4 


3/4 


2 


2 


6V2 


Vs 


4VlG 


5 


8 


% 


2V2 


2V2 


7V2 


1 


41 V16 


57/8 


S 


Va 


3 


3 


8V4 


IVs 


51V16 


65/8 


8 


3/4 


31/2 


3V2 


9 


1V16 


6V16 


71/4 


8 


Va 


4 


4 


10 


1V4 


615/16 


7Vs 


8 


Va 


5 


5 


11 


1% 


8V16 


91/4 


8 


3/4 


b 


6 


121/2 


IVlG 


9II/16 


105/8 


12 


3/4 


8 


8 


15 


1% 


ll^Vie 


13 


12 


Vs 


10 


10 


171/2 


m 


14Vi6 


151/4 


16 


1 


12 


12 


2OV2 


2 


I6V16 


173/4 


16 


IVs 


14 


13V4 


23 


21/8 


18»yi6 


201/4 


20 


iVs 


16 


151/4 


251/2 


2V4 


21 Vie 


221/2 


20 


iy4 


18 


17 


28 


23/8 


23Vi6 


243/4 


24 


1V4 


20 


19 


3OV2 


2y2 


25Vi6 


27 


24 


iy4 


24 


23 


36 


23/4 


305/t6 


32 


24 


iy2 



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250-Pound 



Ferrosteel Wedge Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



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Screwed or Flanged 
Non-Rising Stem 



Non-Rising 

Stem 

Screwed 

No. 2E 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 

No. 4E 

All-Iron 



Non-Rising 

Stem 
Flanged 

No. 3E 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 

No- 8E 

All-Iron 



Working pressures and description, 
see the preceding page. 



Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Screwed 

No. 6E 

Hard Metal Seats 
Steel Stem 

No. 6V2E 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 

No, 10 E 

All- Iron 



Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Flanged 

No- 7E 

Hard Metal Seats 
Steel Stem 

No. 71/2 E 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 

No. 14 E 

All- Iron 



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List Prices, Each 



Size 



Inches 



Non-Rising Stem 



No. 2E 

or 
No. 4E 
Screwed 



No. 3E 

or 

No. 8E 

Flanged 

F. &D 



Outside Screw and Yoke 



No. 6 E, 
No. 6I/2 E, 
or No. 10 E 

Screwed 



No. 7 E, 

No. 71/2 E, 

or No. 14 E 

Flanged 

F. &D. 



Screwed or Flanged 
Ou tside Screw & Yoke 



Dimensions, in Inches 



H 



K 



Turns 

to 
open 



1V2 



24.00 



26.50 



34.50 



37.00 



51/2 



6V2 



9V4 



IIV2 



131/2 



25.00 



27.50 



35.50 



38.00 



6V4 



71/2 



93/4 



13V, 



8 



12 



27.50 



30.00 



38.50 



41.00 



8V2 



11 



141/2 



8 



8 



15 



2V2 



33.00 



35.50 



44.50 



47.00 



8 



91/2 I 131/4 I 171/2 



151/2 



3 



45.00 



48.00 



58.00 



61.00 



llVs 143/4 I 201/2 



10 



10 



14 



3V2 



57.00 



60.00 



72.00 



75.00 



10 



11^/ 



s 



151 



22 



10 



10 



16V2 



60.00 



65.00 



78.00 



83.00 



11 



12 



171/2 243/4 



12 



12 



I8V2 



85.00 



90.00 



108.00 



113.00 



131/2 



15 



201/4 I 293/4 



14 



14 



23 



100 . 00 



107.00 



124.00 



131.00 isyg ISVs 



23 



341/2 



16 



16 



27 



'8 



155.00 



162.00 



194.00 



201.00 



I6V2 I I6V2 I 303/4 I 423/4 



20 



20 



35 



10 



250.00 



258.00 



297.00 



305 . 00 



18 



18 



36 



523/4 



22 



22 



38 



12 



325.00 



335.00 



410.00 



420.00 



193/4 193/4 I 393/4 



60 



24 



24 



46 



tI4 



440.00 



540.00 



221/2 I 451/4 I 691/4 



24 



24 



53 



116 



675.00 



800.00 



24 



49 



76 



27 



27 



60 



118 



890.00 



1030.00 



26 



52 



833/4 



30 



30 



67 



t20 



1075.00 



1250.00 



28 



56 



93 



30 



30 



74 



^124 



1500.00 



1700.00 



31 68V2 I 1121/4 



36 



36 



88 



*Sizes 6-inch and larger should have a by-pass; see page 114 lor pric^ and page 1 17 for dimensions. 
tsIS H-^nch and lafger should be geared; see page 115 for prices and page 117 for dimensions. 



Drilling ■ List prices of flanged valves include facing Flange Standard No deduction is made if xaWes are 
and drilling to the 250-Pound American Cast Iron ordered faced only. 

By-passes and gearing. . . .pages U4 to 117 Templates for driUirrg . . page B52 Thread engagement page 591 



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800-Pound Hydraulic 

Ferrosteel Wedge Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed 



WORKING PRESSURE 

800 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURES 
Shell test — 1600 pounds hydrostatic 
Seat test ■ — 850 pounds hydrostatic 




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Crane 8oo-Pound Hydraulic Ferrosteel Wedge Gate 
Valves are recommended for service on water, oil, or 
gas lines up to 8oo pounds cold working pressure, 
non-shock. 

Shock: When the valves are used in lines subjected 
to shock, properly designed shock absorbers should 
be installed to protect the piping and the valves; see 
explanation on page 1 1. 

Body and bonnet: The body and bonnet of these 

valves are extremely heavy and rugged. They are 
made of Crane Ferrosteel. 

Hard Metal seats: The body seat rings and disc 
faces are made of Crane Hard Metal, a tough, hard, 
copper-tin bronze having excellent resistance to wear. 

The body seat rings are screwed into the body. 

Stem : The valves are made with a brass stem. The 
brass stem acts as a safeguard against corrosion. 

Stuffing box and gland; High grade packing is 
used in the stuffing box. The \'alves can be repacked 
when wide open and under pressure. The gland con- 
sists of two pieces, a malleable iron gland flange and 
a brass gland. 

By-passes: A by-pass is recommended on 800- 
Pound Gate Valves sizes 5-inch and larger. It 
enables equalizing the pressure on both sides of the 
disc before opening the main valve. Seepage 114 for 
prices and page 117 for dimensions. 

Gearing : 800-Pound Valves i o-inch and larger 
should be equipped with gears, to facilitate opera- 
tion. The se\ eral styles of gearing are show n on page 
115. For dimensions of gear-equipped valves, see 
page 117. 

Motor or cylinder operation: Valves installed in 
inaccessible locations or used for emergency purposes 
should preferably be equipped with some easy means 
of operation. An electric or air motor drive, or an 

operating cylinder, is ideal for this purpose. For 
description, see pages 171 to 173. 

Standards: Flanged valves conform to the Ameri- 
can Petroleum Institute (A.P.I.) Standard No. 
5-G-j, Second Edition, September, 1938, for 800- 



Pound Iron Pipe Line Gate Valves. This Standard 
includes sizes x, 2)^, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12-inch. 

Flanged valves also conform to the American Stand- 
ard for Face to Face Dimensions of Ferrous Flanged 
Valves (B16. io-iQ3q) for 8oo-Lb. Hydraulic Cast 
Iron Flanged Wedge Valves. This Standard includes 
sizes 2, 23^, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12-inch. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 800- 
Pound Hydraulic American Cast Iron Flange Stand- 
ard (Bi6bi-iQ3i). 

800-Pound Valves are regularly furnished with a 
3^-inch male face (large male) on the end flanges. 

The male face is finished with concentric grooves, 
approximately 16 grooves per inch, known as a 
"serrated" finish. 

Valves with female, tongue, or groove faces are made 
to order. See page 561 for dimensions and the 
Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 




Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 



Size 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


No. of 
bolts 


Dia. of 
bolts 


2 


2 


61/2 


IV4 


3% 


5 


8 


% 


2V2 


21/2 


71/2 


1% 


4Vg 


SVs 


8 


3/4- 


3 


3 


8V4 


IV2 


5 


6% 


8 


3/4 


4 


4 


103/4 


m 


6V16 


8V2 


8 


Vs 


5 


5 


13 


21/8 


7Vl6 


IOV2 


8 


1 


6 


6 


14 


VA 


8V2 


nvz 


12 


1 


8 


7% 


I6V2 


2V2 


105/8 


133/4 


12 


IVs 


10 


934 


20 


IVs 


123/4 


17 


16 


iy4 


12 


113/4 


22 


3 


15 


19V4 


20 


iy4 



Additional description _ . . .page 107 



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113 



800-Pound Hydraulic 

eel Wedge Gate 

Brass Trimmed 




For Working pressures and descriptiortf 
see the preceding page. 



^00 WOG 



Outside Screw and Yoke 
Screwed 

No, 804V2 H 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 





Screwed or 
Flanged 

These valvGS can be made to order with a steel 
stem; prices are furnished on application- 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Outside Screw and Yoke 
Flanged 

No, 8OSV2 H 

Hard Metal Seat.^ 

Brass Stem 



Size 


List Prices, Each 


Dimensions, in Inches 


Inches 


No. 804 V2 H 
Screwed 


No. 8051/2 H 
Flanged, Jr. &n. 


F 


G 


H 


J 


No. of 

turns 

to open 


I 


43.50 


48.50 


iiy2 


111/2 


I81/2 


10 


9V2 


' 21/2 


65.00 


73.00 


131/2 


13 


203/4 


12 


12 


3 


88.00 


97.00 


141/2 


14 


231/2 


14 


14 


4 


122.00 


129.00 


161/2 


17 


28 


16 


18 


* 5 


162.00 


172.00 


181/2 


20 


321/4 


18 


23 


* 6 


211.00 


226.00 


20 


22 


! 36V4 


20 


27 


* 8 


340.00 




26 


461/4 


24 


30 


*tio 




532.00 




31 


533/4 


27 


381/2 


*tl2 




695 . 00 1 




33 


633/4 


30 


45 



*Sizes 5-inch and larger should have a by-pass. See page 114 for prices and page 1 17 for dimensions 
tSizes 10-inch and larger should be geared. See page 115 for prices and page 117 for dimensions. 



Drilling: Flanged valves are furnished faced and 
drilled (F. & D.) unless ordered faced only. List 
prices include facing and drilling to the 800-Pound 
Hydraulic American Cast Iron Flange Standard. 
When valves are ordered faced only they are fur- 
nished at the same price as for faced and drilled. 

By-passes : A by-pass is recommended on 800- 
Pound Gate Valves sizes 5-inch and larger. It 
enables equalizing the pressure on both sides of the 



disc before opening the main valve. See page 114 
for prices of by-passes and page 117 for dimensions 
of valves with by-passes. 

Gearing: These valves in sizes 10 and 12-inch 
should be equipped with gears, to facilitate operation. 

The several styles of gears and prices are shown on 
page 115; dimensions of valves with gears are shown 
on page 117. 



By-passes and gearing pages 114 to 117 Templates for drilling. page 552 Thread engagement page 591 



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By-Passes for Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 







Bolted B\^-Pass 
Non-Risina Stem 



Bolted B\--Pass 
Outside Screw and Yoke 



Built-Up By-Pass 
For Steam onlv 



Bevel geared valves with by-pass have the 
by-pass on the bottom of the valve, as 
shown in the illustration above. 



Extra List Prices for Bolted By-Pass 
For Flanged or Hub End Valves 



Extra List Prices for Built-Up By-Pass 
For Flanged End Valves 



Pressure 

Class 
of Valve 



Size of 

Valve 

Inches 



Size of 

By-Pass 

Inches 



Non-Rising Stem 

By- Pass 

Each 



O. S. & Y 

By-Pass 

Each 



Pressure 

Class 
of Valve 



Size 

of Valve 

Inches 



Sise of 

By-Pass 

Inches 



Built-Up 

By-Pass 

Each 






14 


2 


49.00 


54.00 


Low 


16 to 20 


3 


74.00 


80.00 


Pressure 


24 and 30 


4 


99.00 


106.00 


Page 100 


36 and 42 


6 


140.00 


152.00 




48 


8 


190.00 


208 . 00 




12 and 14 


2 


49.00 


54.00 


Standard 
Page 103 


16 to 20 


3 


74.00 


80.00 


24 and 30 


4 


99.00 


106.00 


36 and 42 


6 


140.00 


152.00 




48 


8 


190.00 


208.00 




6 


IV4 


36.00 


43.00 


175-Pound 


8 


IV2 


43.00 


50.00 


Page 109 


10 


iy2 


50.00 


58.00 




12 


2 


58.00 


66.00 




5 and 6 


1V4 


43.00 


51.00 




8 


1V2 


50.00 


58.00 


250-Pound 


10 


iVz 


66.00 


76.00 


Patre 1 1 


12 and 14 


2 


75.00 


86.00 




16 to 20 


3 


112.00 


125.00 




24 


4 


164.00 


180.00 


800-Pound 


5 and 6 


1V4 




80.00 


Hydraulic 


8 and 10 


1V2 




94.00 


Page 1 3 


12 


2 




115.00 



175-Pound 

Page 109 



6 and 8 



% 



36.00 



10 and 12 



50.00 



250-Pound 

Page 1 1 1 



5 to 8 



V4 



43.00 



10 and 12 



1 



66.00 



14 and 16 



11/4 



75.00 



Dimensions . . .pages 116 and I IT 



When so ordered, Crane Hub End and 
Flanged End Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 
can be furnished with a by-pass. Extra list 
prices are sho\vn in the table. 

By-passes for screwed end vah'es will be 
furnished on special order; prices on applica- 
tion. 

The bolted by-pass will be supplied on Low 
Pressure, Standard, and 800-Pound Valves; 
also on 175 and 250-Pound VaK'es when not 
specifically ordered for steam. Non-rising 
stem vaU'es will be equipped with a non-rising 
stem by-pass ; O. S- S^ Y. valves, with an 
O. S. & Y. by-pass. 

The built-up by-pass will be supplied only on 
175 and 250-Pound VaK'es when specifically 
ordered for steam. 



Cleanouts and Indicators 
For Standard Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 



Lockup Caps 




Size of 

Flanged 

Valve 

Inches 


Extra for 

Side 
Cleanout 

Each 


3 


6.50 


4 


7.50 


5 


9.00 


6 


10.50 


8 


12.00 


10 


15.00 


12 


16.50 



Side Cleanout 
(For Flanged Valves) 



Cleanouts should be used where sedi- 
ment will accumulate in a valve. They 
may be either on the side as listed here, 
or on the bottom. Prices on bottom 
cleanouts are furnished on application. 





Needle and Slot Indicator 

Indicators of the Needle and 
Slot type may be applied to 
Standard Non-Rising Stem 
Valves 12-inch and smaller. 
Prices on application. 



Lockup Caps 

Lockup caps can be 

furnished for any class 
of Crane Non-Rising 
Stem Gate Valve. 
Prices on application. 



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Gearing for Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves 




Style U, Bevel Gearing 
Non-Rising Stem 




Style S, Spur Gearing 
Non-Rising Stem 




Grease Case on Style U 

Bevel Gearing for 
Non-Rising Stenn Valves 




When desired. Crane Iron Body Wedge Gate Valves can 

be supplied with gears. Extra list prices are shown below. 

Bevel gearing: Unless otherwise ordered, non-rising stem 
bevel geared \alves are furnished with the pinion shaft 
extending at right angles to the run of the \-aK-e. They can 
also be furnished with the shaft parallel to the run. 

With Style N be\-el gearing for outside screw and yoke 
valves, the pinion shaft extends at right angles to the run 
of the valve; with Style O, parallel to the run. Unless 
other^^■ise ordered, Style N wi 1 be furnished. 

Grease cases and gear covers: Non-rising stem bevel or 
spur geared valves can be supplied with a grease case com- 
pletely enclosing the gears. A sheet metal guard (not illus- 
trated) can be built around the stuffing box or a pressure- 
tight grease case can be furnished; prices on application. 

Outside screw and yoke valves can not be equipped with a 
grease case, but can be supplied with a gear co\"er. 

Indicator: Non-rising stem geared valves can be supplied 
with a worm-gear indicator; prices on application. 



Grease Case on Style S 

Spur Gearing for 
Non-Rising Stem Valves 






Worm-Gear Indicator 

For Non-Rising Stem Valves 

Prices on application 




Gear Cover 

for 
Outside Screw and Yoke Valves 



Pressure 
Class 

of 
Valve 



Gearing 



Low 

Pressure 

Page 100 




Extra List Prices per Valve 



Non -Rising Stem ! Outside Screw & Yoke 



Spur 



*Grease 
Cases 



Gearing 



Bevel I Spur 



*Gear 
Covers 



7n.nfti fift.OQl 50.00 1 74.001 7U.00! 50.00 



78.00! 74.00', 62.00 1 82. OO; 78.001 62.00 



148.00! 140.001 74.00 1156.00 j 148-001 74.0 



d? l88.0Q:i72.00i 86.00 i204.00|188.00| 86.00 



48 :^^n.noi:^Q5.Q0ll00.00 1355. 001330. 00| 100.00 



12 j^^no .=;0.0Q1 41. 00 1 58.0Q1 54. 00, 41700 




M^ 



Style N 

Bevel Gearing 

Outside Screw and Yoke 



Standard 
Page 103 



T4to20 62.001 58.001 41.00 166.00! 62.001 41.00 



24 70 nn 66.001 50. 00 1 74.00170.001 50.00 



30 



78.001 74.00 62.00 1 82.001 78.001 62.00 



36 14001140.001 74.00 1 156.001 148.001 74.00 



42 IRS nn 172.001 8 6.00 1204. 00| 188. 00| 86.00 



48 iuOoTsOSToOi 100.00 1355.001330.001100.00 



175-Lb. 
Page 109 



10 



12 



(.-) no 58.001 41.00 1 66.001 62.0Q1 41.00 



Pressure-Tight 

Grease Case 

Enclosing Stuffing Box 

and Gland, for Non-Rising 

Stem Geared Valves 

Prices on application 



250-Lb. 
Page 111 



800-Lb,Hyd. 
Page in 



8 



70 001 66.001 50.00 I 74.001 70.001 50.00 
54.Q0r 50.00. 41.00 \ 58.001 54.001 41.00 



10 tOoT 66.001 50.00 1 74.001 70.00| 50.00 



T77;rir"sn:nn : 76. OO; 64. OO i 84.00', 80.00] 64.00 



Tft-fr^nT-oTnol 88.00168.00 I 98.001 93.Q0| 68.00 



^^:r'7ftft^nn; 176.001 86. 00^^196.00 1186.001 86.00 




Style O 

Bevel Gearing 

Outside Screw and Yoke 






i 



Style P 

Spur Gearing 
Outside Screw and Yoke 





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II 



6 &8 



66.00 62.00 41.00 



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78.001 74.001 62.00 



*The prices shown for the Grease Cases and for the Gear 
Cmers are in aHHirinn to the prices for the Geanng. 



Stem Protector 

For Outside Screw 

and Yoke Valves 

without Gears 

Prices on application 



Dimensions of 

geared valves, 

pages 116 and 117 . 



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Iron and Ferrosteel 



Wedge 



For dimensions, see the following page. 



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The dimensions of Iron and Ferrosteel Wedge 
Gate Valves equipped with gearing or by-pass 
are shown on the opposite page. For dimen- 
sions of the same \-alves without gearing or 
by-pass, refer to the following pages: 

Low Pressure Valves see page 100 

Standard Valves see page 10b 

175-Pound Valves see page 109 

250-Pound Valves.. . see page HI 

800-Pound Hydraulic Valves see page 113 

Gearing : Equipping the larger size wedge gate 
valves with gears will greatly facilitate their 
operation. Gears, both bevel and spur, are 
available for a wide range of sizes in each 
pressure class. 

Face to face or end to end dimensions of valves 
with gears are the same as those of val\-es with- 
out gears; see the pages referred to above. 

By-passes : The bolted by-pass is furnished on 
flanged and hub end valves for water, oil, or 
gas lines and is available in all pressure classes. 
The built-up by-pass is furnished only on 
flanged vah-es in the 175 and 250-Pound classes, 
for steam lines. 

Center to top and wheel diameter dimensions of 
valves with by-pass are the same as those of 
valves without by-pass; face to face dimensions 
are explained below. 

Face to face of valves with by-pass : Low 

Pressure, Standard in sizes 24-inch and smaller, 
: 75-Pound, 25o-Pound, and 800-Pound Hy- 
draulic Wedge Gate Val\-es with by-pass have 
the same face to face as the valves without 
by-pass; these dimensions are repeated on the 
opposite page for con\-enience. 

On sizes larger than 24-inch, Standard Wedge 
Gate Valves with by-pass have a longer face to 
face dimension than the same valves without 
by-pass. 

Geared valves with by-pass: Spur geared 

valves with by-pass have the by-pass connected 
at the side of the valve body. 




Bevel geared valves with by-pass have the 
by-pass on the bottom, with the stem of the 
by-pass valve parallel to the pinion shaft; see 
illustration above. 



*Dimension "L" includes the >i8-inch raised faces on 
1 75 and 250-Pound Flanged Valves and the 3^-inch male 
faces on 800-Pound Hydraulic Flanged Valves. 





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L 



Style U 
Bevel Gearing 

Low Pressure 

Standard 
175-Pound ■ 
250-Pound 



Style S 
Spur Gearing 

Low Pressure 

Standard 

175-Pound 

250-Pound 



Square 

Operating 

Nut for 

Hub End 

Non-Rising 

Stem 

Geared 

Valves 

Standard 



Non-Rising Stem Valves with Bevel or Spur Gears 





H 



± 



:&. 



G 



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Style N 

Bevel Gearing 

All Classes 




Style O 
Bevel Gearing 

All Classes 



Style P 
Spur Gearing 

All Classes 



Outside Screw and Yoke Valves with Bevel or Spur Gears 




fQ^ 









Hub End 
Standard 



*Flanged 
All 



Bolted By-Pass Built-Up By-Pass 

All 175-Pound 

Classes Classes 250-Pound 

Flanged and Hub End Valves with By-Pass 



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117 



Iron and Ferrosteel 
Wedge Gate Valves with Gearing or By-Pass 



Dimensions, in Inches 



For list prices, description, and dimensions of valves 
without gearing or by-pass, see pages 100 to 113. 



Size 




Valves with Gears 








1 


Valves with By-Pass 




of 
Valve 


Bevel Geared 


Spur Geared 


H 


J 


No. of 
turns 

to 
open 


K 


*L 


Bolted 
By-Pass 


BuLlt'Up 
By-Pass 




A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 




G 


Size 


M 


Size 


N 



Low Pressure Wedge Gate Valves 



Standard Wedge Gate Valves 



12 . 331 



14 ] 373/4 



453^ 

533/4 



123/4 t 4434 



501/4 



12 



18 



50 



16 



14 



191/: 



123/4 49 V4 1 6 



58 



12 



18 



60 16 



15 



203/4 



16 : 431/2 



603. 



17 



571/2 I 8 1 66V2 11411/ifil 22 I 2 I 102 II 19 



16 



24 



18 1 451/2 I 651/4 



17 



591/3 



8 



71 1141 Vie! 22 I 2 



114 ; 20 



17 



25V, 



20 491/4 I 711/4 



17 



631/4 



8 



77 ! 1411/16 22 



127 21 



18 



261/2 



24 ! 563/4 ' 851/4 I 2OV2 1 721/2 'IO13/16I 903/4 | 17 



27 



175 22 



*20 



291/4 



30 



70 



1061/^ 



23 



86V 



12 i 1113/4 1 19 



30 



380 i 30 



30 



34 



36 8434 1 122 



26V4 I 103 I 15 I I28V4 I 191/2 I 30 I 3 I 560 l| 32 \ 32 



413/4 



42 981/2 



144 291/2 II8I/2I 171/2 I 1483/4 i 223/4 I 36 I 3 



390 33 



33 



451/, 



48 



107 



160 



291/2 1 1261/2 I 171/2 ' I643/4 I 223/4 I 36 I 3 i 450 '■■ 36 36 



8 



51 I 



175-Found Wedge Gate Valves 



I 



13 



11/4 141/2 i Va 



8 



1 



10 



30 



4034 1 123/4 I 411/4 



45 



12 



18 



85 



n63/4 1V2 1 17 



12 i 331/4 I 451/2 I 123/4 [ 441/2 



50 



12 



18 



102 



I * 



171/2 



20 



1 



250-Pound Wedge Gate Valves 



1 



;i 



15 ; IV4 143/4 



3/4 



157/8 1 IV4 1 151/2 



V4 



8 



251/4 1 35 I 1234136^ 



10 



'4 
293/4 



391/4 12 



18 



70 



*16i/2 I 11/2 



18 



43 



151/s 



43 



473/4 131/2 I 20 



95 



18 I 11/2 I 1934 i 1 



12 



33 



48 



151/2 ! 461/4 



53 ! 131/2 ! 20 



115 



193/4 



211 



1 



14 , 381/4 



55 I 17 j 521/4 



8 1 603/4 1 14% 1 22 



159 



■221/2 



23 



IV4 



16 413/4 



60 



17 



553/4 



8 653/4 1 145/8 ] 22 



180 



I *24 



18 1 441/4 1 66V4 1 201 A I 60 |10i3/i6| 713/4 I 17 I 27 



235 



■26 



20 1 481/4 



73 I 201/2 I 641/4 : 1013/^61 781/4 



17 I 27 



259 



1 *28 



28I/4 
291/2 



24 



59 



873/4 



23 



751/2 I 12 I 931/4 



19 



30 



352 



'31 



34 



800-Pound Hydraulic Wedge Gate Valves 



501/4 I 123/S 



341/2 



12 



I I I 

IS I 



20 



11/4 151/2 



54 



22 11/4 1 I6V4 



8 



373/4 1 151/2 



423/4 I 131/2 ! 20 



75 



26 11/2 



19 



10 



441/2 



17 



50 1411/16 1 22 1 



116 



*3t IV2 I 201/2 



12 



513/4 I 201/2 



571/4 



17 



27 



158 



33 



221/2 



14 


' 331 V16 


50 Va 


11V4 


441/2 


6 


533/4 10 


14 


58 


n3i/2 


2 


193/4 




16 


i 385/8 


551/4 


123/4 


5OV4 


6 


593^ 12 


18 


66 


n4 


3 


233/4 




18 


421/4 


6IV16 


123/4 


533/4 


6 


651/2 12 


18 


74 


*141/2 


3 


241/4 




?n 


453/4 


673/8 


123/4 


571/4 


6 


713/4 12 


18 


83 


nsvz 


3 


261/4 




7.4 


1 55 V2 
64 u 


Sl^Me 


17 


691 '2 


8 


' 871/2 ' 145/8 


22 


1481/2 


*17 


4 


281/4 




30 


963/8 


17 


79 


8 


I 1021/4 ; 14% 


22 


186 


*21 


4 


34 


t 


36 


751/8 

899/16 

101 Vie 


11315/16 


201/2 


91 


103/4 


\ 1191/2 17 


27 


259 , 


*24 


6 


40 




47 


1355/8 


23 


IO61/4 


12 


1411/4 19 


30 


261 


*27 


6 


48 




48 


15354 


23 


II8I/4 


12 


IS91/4 19 


30 


298V2 


*30 


8 


493/4 





12 



141/4 11/2 1 153/4 I % I 131/4 



15 



I6I/4 



113/4 



121/2 



3/4 I 131/4 



I6I/2 



173/4 



20 



27 I 11/4 I 211/2 



without by-pass. ^ 



Prices of gears . . . page 115 



Prices of by-passes . . . page 114 



Templates for drilling pages 551 and 552 



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For Higher Pressures and Temperatures 
Use Crane Steel Gate Valves 



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For pressures and temperatures that are beyond the 
scope of iron \ahes and for unusually severe services, 
Crane Co, manufactures a complete' line of Cast or 
Forged Steel Wedge Gate VaK-es, Of outstanding qual- 
ity, they are made in a wide range of sizes and with 
screwed, flanged, butt-welding, or socket-welding ends. 

Crane Steel Gate Vah-es are available for pressures as 
high as zjoo pounds at 1000° F., or 6000 pounds at 
100 F. For prices, dimensions, and complete details, 
see pages zqj to 308. 



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Fittings installed in raw 

water circulating piping in 
a power plant. 

Tlie care and accuracy used 
in finishing Crane products 
assure perfect fitting and 
alignment, even in the most 
compact assemblies. 



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A.W .\\ .A. \ alves pages i 26 and i 27 

Low Pressure Valves pages r 22 and 123 

Light Standard \'al\es pages 124 and 125 

Standard \'al\es pages i 28 and i 2q 

400-Pound \\ .O.G. V'aKes pages 1 30 and i 3 i 

500-Pound W'.O.G. V'aKes pages 1 3 2 and 1 3 3 

500-Pound Gas VaU es pages i 34 and 1 3 5 

800-Pound W'.O.G. Vahes pages 1 36 and 137 

By-Passes; Cleanoucs; Lockup Caps P^ge • 38 

Gearing: Grease Cases; Gear Co\ers; Stem Protectors page 130 

Dimensions ot \'al\es with Gearing or By-Pass. . -pages 140 and 141 



The Crane line of Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves includes 
valves for water, oil, or gas pressures up to 800 pounds, also 
valves for low pressure steam. It includes Brass Trimmed and 
All-Iron Valves, A.W.W.yV. Valves, and 5ooPound Spur 
Geared Valves especially designed for gas line construction. 

The uniformly superior quality that distinguishes all Crane 
products has been maintained in this line. Excellence of de- 
sign, high grade materials, and workmanship of the highest 
order assure dependability in service. 




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Discs with Spreaders 



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Yoke Sleeve Nut 

Yoke 
Yoke Sleeve 




Wheel 

Gland Flange 
Gland 
- Packing 
Stuffing Box 
Upper Spreader 
Spreader Bushing 
^ Disc Seat Ring 

Bonnet 

Disc 

Stem 

Body 

Body Seat Ring 

Lower Spreader 

Guide Ribs 
Cast in Body 



Stem 



Stem Ring 



Spreader Pin 




Outside Screw and Yoke Valve 

Closed 



Flanged end bodies for 

400, 500, and 800-Pound W.O.G. Valves 

have straight through ports; 

see page I2L 




Discs with Wedges 



The Discs 

Depending upon the size of the valve 
and the pressure class, two types of 
disc construction are used in Crane Iron 
Body Double Disc Gate Valves. 

Discs with spreaders : The upper 
spreader, engaging the valve stem, raises 
and lowers the discs. When the valve is 
being closed, the lower spreader strikes a 
stop in the bottom of the body; further 
rotation of the wheel brings the wedging 
surfaces of the spreaders into contact, 
and the spreaders force the discs out- 
ward against the seats. 

Discs with wedges : A disc nut, engag- 
ing the valve stem, raises and lowers the 
discs. When the valve is being closed, 
two hooks, carrying Manganese Bronze 
wedges, strike a stop in the bottom of 
the body; further rotation of the wheel 
forces the wedges between the discs, and 
the wedges force the discs outward 
against the seats. 




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The general characteristics of Crane Iron Body and 
Ferrosteel Double Disc Gate Valves are illustrated 
on the preceding page. Except for their proportions 
and for the materials used, the various lines are very 
similar in construction. 

. Double discs: The seats in the valves are parallel. 
The disc mechanism, illustrated and described on the 
preceding page, assures positive, tight seating and 
easy opening. 

Except for certain small size valves having all-brass 
discs, brass trimmed valves have cast iron or Ferro- 
steel discs with brass or Crane Hard Metal seating 
faces. The faces are securely rolled into machined 
dovetails in the discs, assuring tightness under 
pressure. 

In all-iron valves, the seating faces are cast integral 
with the discs. 

In non-rising stem brass trimmed valves, the portion 
of the discs that engages the stem threads is brass or 
brass-bushed. 

In brass trimmed valves with spreader type discs, the 
lower spreader is brass in the smaller sizes, and cast 
iron with brass wedging faces in the larger sizes. 

Body and bonnet: All lines 
of valves have oval-shaped 

bodies and bonnets. Metal 
sections are more than ample, 
and the metal is distributed 
to assure maximum strength. 

Flanged end 400, 500, and 
800-Pound VV.O.G. Valves 
have straight through ports. 
as shown in the illustration at 
the right. The metal sections 
adjacent to the bonnet and 
end flanges are heavily rein- 
forced. 




Straight Through Ports 
in Flanged End 

400, 500, and SOO-Pound 
W.O.G. Valves 



Body seat rings: In brass trimmed \'alves, the 
body seat rings are brass or Crane Hard Metal. 

In brass trimmed Low Pressure Valves 14-inch and 
larger, the body seat rings are rolled into machined 
dovetails in the body. In 10 and 1 2-inch Low Pres- 
sure Valves, and in all brass trimmed valves for 
higher pressures, the body seat rings are screwed 
into the body. 

All-iron valves are regularly furnished with the seats 
integral with the body. However, they can be fur- 
nished with screwed-in body seat rings when so 
ordered; prices on application. 

Stem: The stem in non-rising stem brass trimmed 
valves is made of Crane Cast Manganese Bronze or 
rolled brass, depending upon the pressure class. 

Outside screw and yoke brass trimmed valves are 
made with a rolled brass stem. 

All-iron valves have a steel stem ; the portion coming 
in contact with the packing is nickel-plated. 

Gland and stuffing box: All valves have a two- 



piece ball-type gland, consisting of a malleable iron 
gland flange and a brass gland in brass trimmed 
valves or a nickel-plated steel gland in all-iron valves. 

This construction provides for even distribution of 
the compressive loading on the packing, the bali- 
type bearing between the gland and flange compen- 
sating for unequal adjustment of the bolts. Binding 
on the valve stem and frequent stuffing box main- 
tenance are avoided. 

Repacking: These valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

In non-rising stem valves, jamming the disc in the 
wide open position forces the stem collar against the 
machined top of the bonnet, making a pressure- 
tight joint. 

In outside screw and yoke valves, when the valve is 
jammed wide open, the tapered stem ring engages a 
tapered machined surface in the under side of the 
top of the bonnet, forming a tight joint. 

Yoke: In smaller size outside screw and yoke valves, 
the yoke is cast integral with the bonnet. In larger 
sizes, the yoke is made in two halves, bolted to the 
bonnet and bolted together at the top. 

Yoke sleeve: The yoke sleeve is made of Crane 
Cast Manganese Bronze. 

Wheel: Wheels having a diameter of 24 inches or 
less are made of malleable iron to assure maximum 
strength. They have an o\-aLshaped rim, affording 
an easy grip. Wheels of larger than 24 inches diam- 
eter are cast iron. 

In non-rising stem valves, the wheel has a tapered 
square hole fitting the tapered square end of the 
stem, and is held in place by a steel nut. 

In outside screw and yoke valves, the hole in the 
wheel is hexagonal and tapered, and fits the tapered 
hexagonal top of the yoke sleeve. The wheel is held 
in place by a malleable iron nut. 

In both types of valves, the wheel is attached 
securely, yet can be removed easily. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges on flanged valves con- 
form to the American Cast Iron Flange Standard for 
their respective working pressures. 

On Low Pressure, Light Standard, and Standard 
valves, the flanges are plain faced, with a smooth 
finish. 

400-Pound W.O.G. , 500-Pound W.O.G. , and 500- 
Pound Gas flanged valves are regularly furnished 
with a raised face Hg-i^ch high on the end flanges. 
Valves with male, female, tongue, or groove faces 
can be made to order at an additional price. 

800-Pound W.O.G. flanged valves are regularly fur- 
nished with a M-inch male face (large male) on the 
end fianges. Valves with female, tongue, or groove 
faces can be made to order, at an additional price. 






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Working pressures 


Hydrostatic test 

pressures 


Size of 

valve 


Flanged valves 


Hub end valves 


Flanged or 
hub end valves 




Saturated 
steam 


Cold 
gas 


Cold water 
non-shock 


Cold 
gas 


Cold water 
non-shock 


Shell 
test 


Seat 
test 


10 to 24-inch 
30 & 36-inch 
42 & 48-inch 


25 pounds 
25 pounds 
25 pounds 


25 pounds 
25 pounds 
25 pounds 


50 pounds 
43 pounds 
35 pounds 


25 pounds 
25 pounds 
25 pounds 


50 pounds 
43 pounds 
35 pounds 


75 pounds 
75 pounds 
50 pounds 


60 pounds 
55 pounds 
45 pounds 



Low Pressure 

Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 

Crane Low Pressure Iron 

Body Double Disc Gate 

Valves, illustrated on 

tlie opposite page, are 

admirably suited for a 

great variety of ser\'ice 

conditions tliat do not 

require tine use of 

■■ Standard' ' weight 

valves. They will gi\-e excellent service in low pressure 

steam, water, or gas lines, in exhaust or condenser 

piping, in water works, irrigation, filtration, or 

sewage disposal systems, in pumping engine suction 

lines, or in by-product coke installations. 

They are short and compact, occupying a minimum 
of space in the pipe line. 

In addition to the types listed, the valves can be 
furnished with spigot ends, with ends for wood pipe. 
Universal pipe, or Transite pipe, or with combina- 
tions thereof; hub end outside screw and yoke 
\-alves also can be furnished. Prices on application. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed \al\es are 
recommended for steam or water lines. 

The body seat rings are brass. In sizes lo and 12- 
mch they are screwed into the body. In the larger 
sizes they are rolled into the body. When so ordered, 
screwed-in rings can be furnished in the larger sizes; 
prices on application. 

The discs are cast iron with a brass face, and the 
stem is brass. In non-rising stem \'alves, the portion 
of the discs that engages the stem threads is brass or 
brass-bushed. 

The valves have a two-piece gland consisting of a 
brass gland and a malleable iron gland flange. 

All-iron valves: All-iron vaK'es are recommended 
for gas or for fluids that corrode brass. 

The seating surfaces are integral with the body and 
discs. VaU'es with screwed-in body seat rings in 
sizes 24~inch and smaller only, can be made to order; 
prices on application. , .- ,• - 

The stem is steel and that portion which comes in 
contact with the packing is nickel-plated. 

The gland is two-piece and consists of a nickel-plated 
steel gland and a malleable iron flange.* 

Stuffing boxes: The stuffing boxes are filled with 
high grade packing. The vaK'es, when wide open. 
can be repacked while under pressure. 

Hub end valves : The hubs on hub end vaKes are 
suitable for Class "B" cast iron pipe. In place of a 
wheel, the valves have a square operating nut. 

By-passes: Sizes 24-inch and larger should have a 
by-pass, to enable equalizing the pressure on both 
sides of the valve before opening. See page 138 for 
prices and pages 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

Gearing: To facilitate operation, 42 and 48-inch 



valves should be equipped with gears. See page i3() 
for prices and pages 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

Motor or cylinder operation: Valves installed in 
inaccessible locations or used for emergency purposes 
should be equipped with some easy means of opera- 
tion, such as an electric or air motor drive, or an 

operating cylinder; see pages 171 to 173. 

Vacuum or air service : Valves for vacuum exhaust 
lines or for air service should be specially air-tested; 
an extra charge is made. Unless orders specify air- 
tested, water-tested valves are furnished. 

Disc rollers: Brass trimmed valves, 14-inch and 
larger, ordered for use in a horizontal pipe with the 
valve stem horizontal, will be equipped with a brass 
track in the lower side of the body, and brass rollers 
and brass scrapers in the lower side of the discs, 

Cleanouts: When so ordered, these valves can be 

furnished with cleanouts; see opposite page. 

Stem protectors: Outside screw and yoke valves 
can be equipped with a shield around the stem to 
protect the stem threads from accumulations of dust 
(illustrated on page 13Q). Prices on application. 

Bottom outlet valves : Bottom outlet gate valves 

for turbine exhaust relief and bleeder connections 
can be made to order; prices on application. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 

and drilling of the 
end flanges con- 
form to the 25- 
Pound American 
Tentative Cast 
I ron F lange S tand- 
ard (Bi6b2-i93i). 
The flanges are 
plain faced, with 
a smooth finish. 

On special order, 
valves can be 
drilled to the 
American Cast 
Iron Flange 
Standard, Class 
125 (Bi6a-iq39). 
When so drilled, 
full face gaskets 
should be used to 
avoid distorting 
the end flanaes. 




Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 



Size 


A 


B 


C 


D 


No. 

of 

bolts 


Dia. 

of 
bolts 


10 


10 


16 7/8 141/4 


12 


% 


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12 


19 1 17 


12 


% 


14 


14 


21 IVs 183/4 


12 


3/4 


16 


16 


231/2 iVs 211/4 


16 


¥4 


18 


18 


25 11/4 223/4 


16 


Vi 


20 


20 


27 V2 IV4 25 


20 


¥4 


24 


24 


32 13/8 291/2 


20 


3/4 


30 


30 


383/4 IV2 36 


28 


Vs 


36 


36 


46 1% 423/4 


32 


Vs 


42 


42 


53 13/4 491/2 


36 


1 


48 


48 


591/2 2 56 


44 


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Low Pressure 



Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



For Working pressures 

and description, 
see the preceding page. 




Non-Rising Stem 
Flanged 

No. 791 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 891 

All- Iron 



Cleanout ; VaKes 
14-inch and larger 
can be fitted with 
two side clean- 
outs as illustrated 
below. Prices are 
shown in the 
table. 

The cleanouts 
are useful on 
valves installed in 
gas lines. They 
permit passing a 
rod through the 
valve between the 
seats to dislodge 
coke or other 
sediment. 




Double Cleanout 







Open 




Non-Rising Stem 
Hub Ends 

No. 798 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 898 

All-lron 



Outside Screw and Yoke 

Flanged 

No. 7931/2 

Brass Trimmed 

No. 893 

All- Iron 



Non-Rising 

Stem 

Valves 

Without 

By -Pass 



Outside Screw 
and Yoke 

Valve 
Without 
By-Pass 



The hubs on the hub end valves 

are suitable for Class "B" 

cast iron pipe. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


List Prices, Each 


Dimensions, 


in Inches 








Non-Rising Stern 


O.S.&Y. 

No.793y2 

or 
No. 893 
Flanged 
F. &D. 


Extra 
for Two 
Clean- 
outs 

Per 

Valve 


E 


F 


G 


H 


J 


K 


L 


M 


No. 
of 


Inches 


No. 791 

or 
No. 891 
I'langed 
F. &D. 


No. 798 
or 

No. 898 
Hiib 
Ends 


turns 

to 
opetji 


10 


128.00 


118.00 


160.00 




91/2 12% 112.10 


3.50 2734 


47 


12 


2 


22 


12 


170 . GO 


155.00 


212.00 




10 \n% 14.20 


3.50 303/4 


541/4 


12 


2 


26 


14 


238.00 


223 . 00 


286.00 


51.00 


101/2 131/8 16.10 


3.50 


331/4 


641/2 


14 


2 


29 


16 


332.00 


307 . 00 


382.00 


51.00 


11 141/8 18.40 


4.00 


361/4 


713/4 


14 


2 


33 


IS 


442.00 


417.00 


510.00 


51.00 


111/2 141/2 20.50 


4.00 41 


8OI/4 


18 


2 


38 


20 


544.00 


514.00 


615.00 


57 . 00 


12 1151/4 22.60|4.00 441/2 


88I/4 


18 


2 


42 


*24 


850.00 


800.00 


950.00 


57.00 


13 153/4 26.80 


4.00 511/4 


104 


20 


2 


49 


*30 


1530.00 


1450.00 


1725.00 


127.00 


141/2 177/8 33.00 


4.50 


621/4 


128 


22 


2 


124 


*36 


2380.00 


2270.00 


2650.00 


127.00 


16 I8I/2 39.30 


4.87 72V4 


1491/4 


27 


3 


147 


*t42 


3400.00 


3260.00 


3800.00 


127.00 


171/2 21 45.50 5.00 86V4 


1761/2 


30 


3 


131 


*t48 


4750.00 


4575.00 


5300.00 


150.00 


19 22 

1 ' . - 


51.80 5.00 99 


201 


36 


3 


149 



Dimensions and prices of 
*Sizes 24-inch and larger 
tSizes 42-inch and larger 



larger si^es furnished on application. 

should have a by-pass; see page 138 for prices and page 141 

should be geared; see page 139 for prices and page 141 for di 



for dimensions. 
mensions. 



Drilling: Flanged valves are furnished 
faced and drilled (F. &J D.) unless ordered 
faced only. List prices include facing and 
drilling to the i5-Pound American Tenta- 

Templates for drilling , page 551 



live Cast Iron Flange Standard. When 
valves are ordered faced only they will be 
furnished at the same price as for faced 
and drilled. 

By-passes and gearing . . . .pages 138 to 141 




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Light Standard 

Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



Size of 
valve 



Working pressures 



Hydrostatic test pressures 



Flanged valves | Hub end valves 



Flanged or hub end valves 



Cold water, oil, 
or gas non-shock 



Cold water or gas 
non-shock 



Shell test 



Seat test 



2 to 24-inch 
30 and 36-inch 

42 and 48-inch 



100 pounds 
80 pounds 
60 pounds 



100 pounds 
80 pounds 
60 pounds 



200 pounds 
150 pounds 
120 pounds 



125 pounds 

100 pounds 

75 pounds 



Crane Light Standard Iron Body Double Disc Gate 
Vahes, illustrated on the opposite page, are recom- 
mended for service conditions that do not require 
the use of "Standard" weight valves but that are too 
severe for Low Pressure valves. They are particu- 
larly suitable for moderate water, oil or gas pressures. 

In addition to the types listed, the valves can be 
furnished with spigot ends, with ends for Universal 
pipe, or with any combination of ends. Hub-end 
outside screw and yoke valves also can be furnished. 
Prices on application. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed valves are 
recommended for water or oil lines. 

The body seat rings are brass, screwed into the body. 

The discs, in sizes i to 3-inch are brass; in the larger 
sizes, they are cast iron with a brass face. 

Brass trimmed valves ha\-e a brass stem (Cast Man- 
ganese Bronze in non-rising stem valves) ; the bonnet 
and stuffing box are brass-bushed where in contact 
with the stem. In non-rising stem valves, the por- 
tion of the discs that engages the stem threads is 
brass or brass-bushed. 

The valves have a two-piece gland consisting of a 
brass gland and a malleable iron gland flange. 

All-iron valves: All-iron vah-es are recommended 
for gas or for fiuids that corrode brass. 

The seats are cast integral with the body and discs. 
Valves with screwed-in body seat rings can be made 
to order; prices on application. 

The stem is steel, and that portion which comes in 
contact with the packing is nickel-plated. 

The valves have a two-piece gland consisting of a 
nickel-plated steel gland and a malleable iron gland 
flange. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing boxes are filled with 
high grade packing. The valves, when wide open, 
can be repacked while under pressure. 

Hub end valves: The hubs on hub end \alves are 
suitable for Class "C" cast iron pipe. In place of a 
wheel, the vah'es have a square operating nut. 

By-passes: Sizes 18-inch and larger should have a 
by-pass, to enable equalizing the pressure on both 
sides of the valve before opening. See page 138 for 
prices and pages 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

Gearing: To facilitate operation, valves 30-inch 
and larger should be equipped with gears. Refer to 

Additional description 



page I3g for prices, 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

Motor or cylinder operation: Valves installed in 
inaccessible locations or used for emergency purposes 
should preferably be equipped with some easy means 
of operation, such as an e ectric or air motor drive, 
or an operating cylinder. See pages 171 to 173. 

Air service: Valves for air service should be spe- 
cially air-tested to assure absolute tightness; an extra 
charge is made. Orders must specify air-tested, 
otherwise water-tested valves will be furnished. 

Disc rollers : When Light Standard brass trimmed 
valves are ordered for use in a horizontal pipe with 
the valve stem horizontal, sizes 14-inch and larger 
will be equipped with a brass track in the lower side 
of the body, and with brass rollers and brass scrapers 
in the lower side of the discs. 

Cleanouts: When so ordered, Light Standard 
Vah-es 14-inch and larger can be fitted with two 
side cleanouts, as shown on the opposite page. 

Flange dimensions and facing : Dimensions and 

drilling of end flanges 
conform to the Amer- 
ican Cast Iron Flange 
Standard, Class 125 
fBi6a-iq3Q). Flanges 
are plain faced, with 
a smooth finish. 

Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 




Size 


A 


B 


C 


D 


No. of 
bolts 


Dia, of 
bolts 


2 


2 


6 


% 


434 


4 


% 


21/2 


2V2 


7 


IVlG 


51/2 


4 


% 


3 


3 


71/2 


¥4 


6 


4 


% 


4 


4 


9 


»Vl6 


7V2 


8 


% 


5 


5 


10 


IV16 


8V2 


8 


3/4 


6 


6 


11 


1 


91/2 


8 


1 V4 


8 


8 


13V2 


IVs 


IIV4 


8 


3/4 


10 


10 


16 


IV16 


141/4 


12 


Vs 


12 


12 


! 19 


W4 


17 


12 


% 


14 


14 


21 


Ws 


183/4 


12 


i 


16 


16 


23V2 


IV16 


211/4 


16 


1 


18 


18 


25 

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IV16 


223/4 


16 


IVs 


20 


20 


\ 271/2 


l^Vl6 


25 


20 


IVs 


24 


24 


32 


1 IVs 


291/2 


20 


1V4 


30 


30 


383/4 


21/8 


36 


28 


1V4 


36 


36 


46 


2% 


423/4 


32 


1V2 


42 


42 


S3 


2% 


1 491/2 


36 


1V2 


48 


48 


591/2 


2 3/4 


1 56 


44 


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Light Standard 

Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



for working pressures and description, 
see the preceding page. 






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Non-Rising Stem 
Flanged 

No. 776 

Brass Trimmed 

No. 779 

All-Iron 



Cleanouts :When 

so ordered, Light 
Standard Valves 
i4~inchand larger 
can be fitted with 
two side cleanouts 
as illustrated be- 
low/ Prices are 
shown in the 
table. 

The cleanouts are 
useful on valves 
installed in gas 
lines. They per- 
mit passing a rod 
through the valve 
between the seats 
to dislodge coke 
or other sediment. 



Non-Rising Stem 
Hub Ends 

No. 777 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 780 

All-Iron 



Outside Screw and Yoke 
Flanged 

No. 778 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 781 
AIL Iron 



Flanged 

Non-Rising 

Stem 

Valves 

Without 

By-Pass 





Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Valve 

Without 
By-Pass 



The hubs on the hub end valves 

are suitable for Class "C" 
cast iron pipe. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



List Prices, Each 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Non-Rising Stem O.S.&Y. 



No. 776 ! No. 777 



or 

No. 779 
Flanged 
F. &D. 



or 

No. 780 

Hub 

Ends 



No. 778 

or 
No. 781 
Flanged 
F. &D. 



Extra 

for Two 
Clean- 
outs 
Per 
Valve 



H 



K 



M 



N 



No. 

of 
ttirns 

to 
open 




2 20.00 19.00 26.00 5V2 83/4 3.25 3.00 llVi 14 6 7 2 71/2 


2V2 25.00 32.50 6 113/4 16 6 7 9 


3 30.00 26.00 37.50. ' b^A IOV4 4.66|3.50 I3V4 1834 8 8 2i IOV2 


4 38.00 33.00 47.50 j 8 IP^ 5.70;4.00; 153/4 2234 9 9 2! 131/2 


5 51.00 46.00 64.00 1 , 8V2 12^/4 6.70 4.00 171/4 271/4 9 9 2, 1634 


6 60.00 55.00: 75.00 334 121/2; 7.80 4.00; 20 311/4:1010 2 I3V4 


8 90.00 85.00 112.00 10 I31/4 10.00 4.00 2434 401/2 12 12 2 I71/2 


10 128.00 118.00 160.00 1 11 14 12.10 4.00 28I/4 473^ 12112 2\ 22 


12 , 170.00 155.00 212.00 12 14 V2 14.20 4.00 321/41 56 14il4 2 26 


14 238.00! 223.00 286.00 1 51.00 13y2 151/4 16.4514.00; 353^ 621/2 14 14 2 30 


16 332.00 i 307.00 382.00: 51.00 15 ISVa 18.80.4.00 4034 7II/4 16J1& 2 34 


nS 1 442.00 417.00 510.00 51,00 16V2:i6Vz 20.92:4,00 44 7834 18 18 2 38 


•20 ; 544.00 514.00 615.00 57.00 ' 18 18 23.06|4.00 481/2 86I/2 20 20 2 42 


*24 850.00 800.00 950.00 57.00 ijigi/z 19V2 27.32j4.00 57 1 102 1/2 24 24 2 501/2 


*t30 1530.00 1450.00 1725.00 127.00 23 23 33.40,4.50 721/4 I301/4 30|30, 3 i 631/2 


*t36 2380.00 2270.00 2650.00 127.00 ,251/2 251/2 39. 70;4. 50, 86 ! 15334 36J36, 3 114 


*t42 3400.00 3260.00 3800.00 127.00 28 28 46.10,5.00 


*t48 4750.00 4575.00 5300.00 150.00 32 32 52.40 5.00 


*Si2es 18" and larger shou d have a by-pass. See page 138 for prices and page 41 for dimensions. 
fSizes 30" and larger should be geared. See page 139 for prices and pa^e 141 for dimensions, 



Double Cleanout 



Drilling: List prices of flanged valves 
include facing and drilling to the American 
Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class i2j. 



When valves are ordered faced only they 
will be furnished at the same price as for 
faced and drilled. 



Templates for drilling page 551 By-passes and gearing pages 138 to 141 Prices of larger sizes on application 



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Sizes Working Pressures Hydrostatic Test Pressures 


2 to 12" 200 pounds cold water, non-shock 350 pounds, shell — 225 pounds, seat 


14 to 48"! 150 pounds cold water, non-shock 300 pounds, shell — 175 pounds, seat 





Non-Rising Stem 
No. 480V2, Hub Ends 



The design and materials of 
the valves described on this 
page comply with specifica- 
tions for Gate Va ves for 
Ordinary Water Works Serv- 
ice, effective May I, iQ3q, as 
adoptedjointly by the Ameri- 
can Water Works Associa- 
tion and the New England 
Water Works Association. 

In addition to the valves 
illustrated, the complete 
Crane line includes a wide 
assortment of similarly con- 
structed valves having other 
types of end connections. 
Valves regularly furnished 
are listed in the table below. 



Cross Section 
Non-Rising Stem 



Catalog Nos. 



Non- Outside 
Risingi Screw 
Stem I & Yoke 



Body and bonnet : The 

body and bonnet. o\'al in 
shape \\'ith uniformly thick 
metal sections to provide 
maximum strength, are 
made of cast iron in 
the smaller sizes and of 
Ferrosteel in the larger 
sizes. 

Flanged bodies ha\-e 
straight-through ports per- 
mitting uninterrupted fluid 
flow: tie ribs between the 
bonnet flange and end 
flanges assure proper sup- 
port of the body and guard 
against line strains. 

Double discs: The parallel seat and double disc 
construction contributes to the accurate operation 
of these \'al\es. Brass wedges, controlled by hooks, 
exert equal pressure on the discs and act independ- 
ently ol^ the stem nut, thus eliminating the possi- 
bility of binding or stripping stem threads. Angular 
in design, the wedges provide instant release of the 
entire wedging mechanism at the first mo\'ement of 
the stem. 

Seats and discs: The body seat rings, made of 
brass, are screwed into the bodv. The discs in sizes 
3-inch and smaller are brass; in the larger sizes, they 
are made with a brass face. 

Stem: Non-rising stem valves ha\'e a stem made of 
Crane Cast Manganese Bronze, an alloy of unusually 
high tensile and torsional strength with excellent 



Prices on application. 



List of A. W.W. A. Valve Types and Sizes 
Dimensions are shown on the opposite page. 




Outside Screw and Yoke 
No. 2495, Flanged 



End 
Connections 



Sizes 
Available 



480V2 24901/2 Hub Ends 2 to 48-inch 


2480 2490 Hub and Spigot Ends 2 to 24-inch 


248 1 2491 Hub and Flanged Ends 2 to 24- inch 


2482 2492 Flanged and Spigot Ends 2 to 24-inch 



2483 12493 Spigot Ends 2 to 24-inch 


2484 2494 Screwed Ends 2 to 12-inch 


2485 2495 Flanged Ends 2 to 48-inch 


2486 2496 Hubs for Concrete Pipe 4 to 48-inch 


2487 2497 Hubs for Transite Pipe 2 to 36-inch 


2488 2498 jDayton Ends 2 to 24-inch 


2489 2499 Universal Ends 2 to 24-inch 


2489 V2 For Tapping Service 2 to 12-inch 



Other styles and larger sizes can be furnished. 



wearing quality. A brass- 
bushed stem collar, set 
between graphited stem 
bearings, assures long 
trouble-free service. Out- 
side screw and yoke valves 
have a brass stem and a 
brass stem hole bushing. 

Gland and stuffing box: 
The valves have a two- 
piece gland consisting of a 
brass gland and a malleable 
iron gland flange. Zinc- 
elated gland bolts and 
Drass gland bolt nuts 
eliminate the possibility of 
corrosion. 

The stuffing box is lilled with high grade packing. 
The valves, when wide open, can be repacked while 
under pressure. 

Hub dimensions: The hubs on hub end valves are 
suitable for Class "D" cast iron pipe. 

Disc rollers: When valves, sizes 16-inch and larger, 
are to be installed horizontally, they are equipped 
with a brass track in the lower side of the body, and 
with brass rollers and brass scrapers in the lower 
side of the discs. 

By-passes : Sizes 1 6-inch and larger can be equipped 
with a by-pass when so ordered. 

Gearing: To facilitate operation, sizes 24~inch and 
larger should be equipped with gears. Dimensions 
are shown on the opposite page. 




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127 



Dimensions of A.W.W.A. Gate Valves, in Inches 



% 



Valves Without Gears 




Flange dimensions and 
facing; The dimensions and 
drilling of the end flanges 
on flanged valves conform 
to the American Cast Iron 
Flange Standard, Class 125 
(BiOa-io^Q). The flanges 
are plain faced, \\ it ha smooth 
ftnish* 




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Non-Rising Stem 
Hub Ends 



Non-Rising Stem 
Flanged 



Outside Screw and Yoke 

Flanged 



By-Pass on Side 

Dimens ion ' 'N " \ 
showing clearance of 
by-pass, also applies 
to valves having the 
by-pass installed on 
the bottom. 





Flanges 


E 1 


F 


» 


G 


H 






L 


M 


N 


Size 


^ ' 


With- 
out 
by- pass 


With 
by- 
pass 


With- 1 

out 
by- pass 


With 

by- 
pass 


J 


K 


of 


Si:e 


A 


1 

B C 


D 


Bolts 


by- 




No. 


Dia. 


pass 


2 


2 


6 % 43/4 


4 


% 


7 




9y4 




3.38 3.00 


13V2> 133/4 


8 


2 


1 


3 


3 


71/2 1 % 6 


4 


% 


8 


( 


11 




4.66 3.50 


163/4 171/2 


9 


2 




4 


4 


9 ^Vie! 71/2 


8 


^/8 


1 9 




121/4 




1 5.70 
7.80 


i4.00 


i 181/2 

221/4 
253/4 


213/4 


10 


2 
2 




1 


6 


6 


11 1 1 91/2 


8 


3/4 


IOV2 




i3y4 


4.00 
4.00 


301/2 


12 




8 


8 


I3V2I 1V8 113/4 


8 


3/4 


IIV2 




133/4 




10.00 


391/2 


14 


2 


1 


10 


10 


16 13/,6 14V4 


12 


% 


13 


141/2 




12.10 4.00 
14.20! 4.00 


301/2 481/4 


16 


2 




12 1 


12 


19 IV4 17 


12 


Vs 


14 


18 


15 


20V2 


' 34 55 V; 


' 18 


2 


2IV4 


2 


H i 


14 


21 1 13/8 ,183,4 


12 


1 


i 153,4 


18^2 


I6V2 


20V2 


16.45i4.00 
18.8014.00 


; 391/4 1 663/4 


1 20 


1 

2 


, 221/4 


1 2 


16 


16 


23V2 IV16 2IV4 


16 


1 


17 


26V2 


17 


21V2 


1 441/2 74 


1 22 


251/2 


3 


IS 


18 


25 IV16 223/4 


16 


iVs 


ISVz 


27 


18 


22% 


20.92 4.00 


I 48 821/2 


24 

24 


1 2 


; 267/8 


1 3 


20 


20 


27Mt l"/i6 25 


20 


Ws 


20 


28 


19 


24 


23.06 4.00 


513/4 92 


2 


281/4 


3 


24 


24 


32 17/8 29V2 


20 


IV4 


( 24 


32 


21 


273/8 


27.32 4.00 


631/2 1093/4 


i 30 


3 


321/4 
375/8 


4 


30 


30 
36 


J^n 2V8 1 ^6 


28 


1% 
IV2 


1 24 


323,4 


24 


323/4 


|33.74| 4.50 
!40.I6|4.50 

1 1 

46.58 5.00 


1 76 137 


, 36 


, 3 


4 


36 


4b 23/8 1423/4 


32 


28 


331/2 


27 


381/2 






3 


445/8 


6 


42 


42 


53 2% 


491/2 

56 


36 
44 


IV2 

1V2 


33 


34 


33 


41% 






3 


48 


6 


48 


48 


591/2! 23/4 


36 


36 


36 


47 V2 


52.98 5.00 


1 


f 


' 3 


: 551/8 


8 



*Valves With Gears 



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Bevel Gearing Spur Gearing 

Non-Rising Stem Valves 



•Dimensions not given for valves 
with gears are the same as those 
shown for valves withuut gears. 





Size 





P Q R 


s 


T 




12 


303/4 


6 123/4 421/4 


6 


18 




14 


351/4 


6 123/4 463/4 


6 


18 




16 
IS 


403/4 

441/2 


71/4 17 543/4 


8 


22 




71/4 17 581/2 


8 


22 


Non- 


20 


47 


71/4 17 61 


8 


22 


Rising 
Stem 


24 


561/4 


8I/2 201/2! 721/4 


103/4 


27 


30 
36 
42 


Ob 


9V4 i 23 841/2 


12 


30 




791/4 
93 


103/4 26I/4I 971/4 
121/2 291/2 1123/4 


15 


30 




171/2 


36 




48 


102 


121/2 291/2 122 


171/2 


36 




12 


43 
521/2 


123/4 471/4 
123/4 551/4 


12 


18 




14 


12 


18 




16 


58 


17 633/4 


143/4 

143/4 

143/4 


22 


Our- 


18 


641/2 


17 701/4 


22 


side 


20 


71 


17 763/4 


22 


Screw 
and 

Ynke 


24 


851/2 


201/2 91 


17 


27 


30 


106 1/2 

1213/4 

1401/4 
1551/2 


23 iiiy4 

26I/4 1273/4 
291/2 144 

29'/2l 159 


1 1^ 
191/2 

223/4 

1223/4 


30 




36 


30 




42 

48 


36 
36 





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Bevel CjCiJring Spur Gearing 

Outside Scre\^ and Yoke \'al\es 



Templates for drilling, 
page 551, 



These valves are regularly made to open to the left; Car7 be made to open to the right when so ordered. 



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Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



1 to 1 2-inch 
14 to 24-inch 



WORKING PRESSURES 

200 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
150 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 




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Crane Standard Iron Body 
Double Disc Gate Valves, il- 
lustrated on the opposite page, 
are especially recommended 
for use in the oil and gas indus- 
try, and for water lines requir- 
ing rugged, substantially con- 
structed valves. In oil or gas 

fields, in oil refineries, and in stations for storing 
and dispensing gasoline or oil, they are exceptionally 
well suited for general utility service in oil, gas, or 
water lines. 

Brass trimmed valves : Brass trimmed valves are 
recommended for water, oil. or gas lines. 

The body seat rings are brass, screwed into the body. 
The discs in sizes 2 to 33^-inch are brass; in the 
larger sizes, they are cast iron with a brass face. 

Brass trimmed valves have a brass stem (Cast Man- 
ganese Bronze in non-rising stem valves). In non- 
rising stem valves, the portion of the discs that en- 
gages the stem threads is brass or brass-bushed. 

All-iron valves: All-iron valves are recommended 
for oil or gas. or for fluids that corrode brass. 

The seats are cast integral with the body and discs. 
Valves with scre\\"ed-in body seat rings can be made 
to order; prices on application. 

The stem is steel, and that portion which comes in 
contact with the packing is nickel-plated. 

Stuffing box : The stuffing boxes are filled with high 
grade packing. The valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Gland: The gland is the two-piece type, consisting 
of a malleable iron gland flange and a brass gland in 
brass trimmed val\-es or a nickel-plated steel gland 
in all-iron \'alves. 

Hub end valves : Hub end valves conforming to the 
American Water Works Association specifications 
can be made to order; see page 126 for description. 

By-passes: Sizes 14-inch and larger should have a 
by-pass, to enable equalizing the pressure on both 
sides of the valve before opening. See page 138 for 
prices and pages 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

Gearing: To facilitate operating the valve, sizes 
24-inch and larger should be equipped with gears. 
See page 139 for prices, 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

Motor or cylinder operation: Valves installed in 

inaccessible locations or used for emergency purposes 



HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURES 

2 to 12-inch — 350-pound shell test 

— 225-pound seat test 
14 to 24-inch — 250-pound shell test 

— 175-pound seat test 

Air tested 



should preferably be equipped 
with some easy means of oper- 
ation. An electric or air 
motor drive, or an operating 
cylinder, is ideal for this 
purpose. For details, see 
pages 171 to 173. 



Cleanouts: For use on lines carrying an unusual 
amount of sediment, tarry fluids, etc., fianged valves 
can be equipped with a cleanout on the side of the 
body to facilitate cleaning; see page 138. 

Standards: Flanged valves without by-pass con- 
form to the A.P.I. Standard No. j-G-i, Second Edi- 
tion, September, 1^38, for 175-Pound Iron Pipe 
Line Gate Valves. This Standard includes sizes 2, 
2-3^. 3, 4, b, 8, 10, and 12-inch. 

Flanged valves without by-pass also conform to the 
American Standard for Face to Face Dimensions of 
Ferrous Flanged Valves (816.10-193^), for i25-Lb. 
Cast Iron Flanged Double Disc Gate. Valves. This 
Standard includes sizes 1 to 12-inch inclusive. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the Amer- 
ican Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125 (Bi6a- 
1939). The flanges are plain faced, with a smooth 
finish. 




Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 



Size 


A 


R 


C 


D 


No. of 
bolts 


Dia. of 
bolts 


2 


2 


6 


Vs 


434 


4 


% 


2V2 


IVz 


7 


»Vl6 


51/2 


4 


% 


3 


3 


7V2 


3/4 


6 


4 


% 


31/2 


3V2 


8V2 


*Vl6 


7 


8 - 


% 


4 


4 


9 


IV16 


71/2 


8 


5/8 


5 


5 


10 


IV16 


8V2 


8 


3/4 


6 


6 


11 


1 


91/2 


8 


3/4 


8 


8 


131/2 


IVs 


1134 


8 


^4 


10 


10 


16 


IVie 


141/4 


12 


Vs 


12 


12 


19 


• IV4 


17 


12 


Vs 


14 


14 


21 


13/8 


183/4 


12 


I 


16 


16 


23X/2 


IV16 


2IV4 


16 


1 


18 


18 


25 


IV16 


223/4 


16 


1% 


20 


20 


271/2 


l^Vie 


25 


20 


lYs 


24 


24 


32 


IVs 


291/2 


20 


IV4 



Additional description . . . pages 120 and 121 



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Standard 



Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 



Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



Working pressures and description, 
see the preceding page. 







J 



Non-Rising Stem Valves 

Screwed Flanaed 



Outside Screw and Yoke \'alves 



No. 480 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 1080 

All- Iron 



No. 481 

Brass Trimmed 

No. 1081 

All-Iron 



Screwed 

No. 482 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 1082 

All-iron 



Flanged 

No. 483 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 1083 

All-Iron 




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Non-Rising 

Stem Valves 

Without By-Pass 



Outside Screw 

and Yoke Valves 

Without By-Pass 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



List Prices, Each 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Non-Rising Stem 



Outside Screw and Yoke 



No. 480 or 
No. 1080 
Screwed 



No. 481 or 

No. 1081 

Flanged, F. & D. 



No. 482 or 
No. 1082 
Screwed 



No. 483 or 

No. 1083 

Flanged, F. & D. 



H 



No. of 
turns 

to 
open 



2 




19 


.00 




20 


.00 


1 

1 
1 


25 


.00 


1 


26 


00 




SVz 


T7 


12 


143/4 


8 


71/2 


21/2 




24 


.00 




25 


.00 




31 


.50 




32 


50 




61/4 


t71/2 


121/2 


16 


8 


9 


3 




28 


.50 




30 


.00 




36 


.00 




37 


50 




7 


18 


14 


19 


9 


101/2 


3V2 




32 


.50 




34 


.00 


1 


41 


.00 




42 


50 




7ys 


T8V2 


151/4 


211/4 


9 


12 


4 


1 


36 


.00 




38 


.00 




45 


.50 




47 


50 




71/2 


19 


171/4 


231/4 


10 


9 


5 




48 


.50 




51 


.00 




61 


.50 




64 


00 




11 


TlO 


191/2 


281/2 


12 


11 


6 




57 


.00 




60 


00 




72 


.00 


1 


75 


00 




111/4 


TIOV2 


21 


32 


12 


13 


8 


I 


90 


OO 




90 


00 




112 


00 


J 


112 


00 




1 12% 


Tliy2 


26 


41 


14 


18 


10 




128 


00 




128 


00 


f 


160 


00 




160 


00 




13% 


113 


30 


493/4 


16 


22 


12-. 




170 


00 




170 


00 




212 


00 




212 


00 




15% 


Tl4 


341/4 


57 


18 


26 


*14 










238 


00 


J 








286 


00 




1 

li 


153/4 


40 


663/4 


20 


31 


*16 










332 


00 










382 


00 






17 


451/4 


751/2 


22 


35 


*18 










442. 


00 










510. 


00 




1 


181/2 


483/4 


831/2 


24 


39 


*20 










544.00 










615 


00 






20 


521/2 


93 


24 


44 


*t24 








1 


850. 


00 










950. 


00 






24 


631/2 


10934 


30 


52 


^arger si 
"Sizes 14 

tSize 24- 


:p$. prices and d 
-inch and arger 
nch shou d be g 


imensions on application. 

should have a by-pass. See page 38 for 

eared. See page 139 for prices and pages 


prices and pages 140 and 
140 and 14 or dimensio 


141 for 
is. 


dimensi 


ons. 







drilling: Flanged valves are furnished faced and 
lirilled (F. & D.) unless ordered faced only. List 
trices include facing and drilling to the American 



Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125. When 
valves are ordered faced only, they will be furnished 
at the same price as for faced and drilled. 



^Important Notice 

^langed valves without hy-pass formerly had face to Unless otherwise ordered, valves with the new face 
ace dimensions different from those shown above, to face dimension are furnished. Valves having the 



Fhe new dimensions, 
idopted with the issuance 
^i this catalog agree with 
■-he A.P.L Standard and 
he American Ferrous 
^langed Valve Standard. 



Comparison of Face to Face Dimensions 



Size 2 21/2 


3 31/2 4 5 6 8 10 12 


New 7 71/2 


8 8I/2 9 10 101/2 111/2 13 14 


Old 55/8 6I/4 


678 71/2 8I/4 103/4 lli/s 131/4 133/4 14% 



Templates for drilling. . . .page 551 



old dimension can be fur- 
nished (for prices, refer 
to the Crane Discount 
Sheet) . but orders must 
specifically indicate that such 
valves are wanted. 






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WORKING PRESSURE 

400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURES 

700-pound shell test ' 
450-pound seat test 



Air tested 



Crane 400-Pound W.O.G. 
Ferrosteel Double Disc 
Gate Valves, illustrated on 
the opposite page, are of 
the pressure class formerly 
known commercially as 
"700-Pound Test" Valves. 
They are especially recom- 
mended for use in the oil 

and gas industry. In oil or gas fields, in oil refineries, 
in pump houses, or in pipe lines, they are well suited 
for service where the pressures and operating con- 
ditions require the use of somewhat hea\-ier iron body 
val\-es than "Standard" weight. 

Ferrosteel body and bonnet : The body and bon- 
net are made of Crane Ferrosteel a high grade iron 
ha\'ing a tensile strength approximately 35 per cent 
greater than that of cast iron. This assures added 
strength and rigidity in these parts. 

Flanged vaK'es have straight-through ports. Metal 
sections adjacent to the bonnet flange and end 
flange are hea\"ily reinforced to provide maximum 
safety. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed vahes are 
recommended for water, oil. or gas lines. 

The body seat rings are brass, screwed into the body. 
The discs in sizes 2 to 3-inch are brass: in the larger 
sizes, they are cast iron with a brass face. 

The valves ha\"e a brass stem (Cast Manganese 
Bronze in non-rising stem \-alves). In non-rising 
stem valves, the portion of the discs that engages 
the stem threads is brass or brass-bushed. 

All-iron valves: All-iron valves are recommended 
for oil or gas, or for fluids that corrode brass. 

The seats are cast integral with the body and discs. 
Valves with screwed-in body seat rings can be made 
to order; prices on application. 

The stem is steel, and that portion which comes in 

contact with the packing is nickel-plated. 

Stuffing box : The stuffing boxes are filled with high 
grade packing. The valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Gland : The gland is the two-piece type, consisting 
of a malleable iron gland flange and a brass gland in 
brass trimmed valves or a nickel-plated steel gland 
in all-iron valves. 

By-passes: Sizes 8-inch and larger should have a 
by-pass, to enable equalizing the pressure on both 
sides of the valve before opening. See page 138 for 
prices and pages 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

Gearing: When so ordered, sizes 10 and 12-inch 
can be equipped with gears to facilitate operation. 

Additional description 



The various styles of gear- 
ing areillustrated and listed 
on page 139. For dimen- 
sions, see 140 and 141. 



Motor or cylinder oper- 
ation: Valves installed in 
inaccessible locations or 
used for emergency pur- 
poses should preferably be equipped with some easy 
means of operation. An electric or air motor drive, 
or an operating cylinder, is ideal for this purpose. 
For description, see pages 171 to 173. ■ 

Standards: Flanged valves without by-pass con- 
form to the American Petroleum Institute (A.P.I.) 
Standard No. 5-G-1, Second Edition. September, 
1938, for 350-Pound Iron Pipe Line Gate Valves. 

Flanged valves without by-pass also conform to the 
.\merican Standard for Face to Face Dimensions of 
Ferrous Flanged Vah'es fBi6.io-iQ3Q), for 175-Lb. 
Cast Iron Flanged Double Disc Gate V^alves. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 
250-Pound American Cast Iron Flange Standard 
(B]6b-iq28). 

End flanges are regularly furnished with a }-^-inch 
raised face. The raised face is finished with con- 
centric grooves, approximately 16 grooves per inch, 
known as a "serrated" finish. 

Valves with male, female, tongue, or groove faces are 
made to order. See the Crane Discount Sheet for 
prices and page 560 for dimensions. 




Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 



Size 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


No. of 
bolts 


Dia. of 

bolts 


2 


2 


6V2 


Vs 


4Vl6 


5 


8 


Vs 


2V2 


21/2 


i 71/2 


1 I 


41V16 


SVn 


8 


3/4 


3 


3 


81/4 


IVs 


5»Vl6 


6% 


8 


3/4 


4 


4 


10 


1V4 


61^16 


7^8 


8 


3/4 


b 


6 


I2V2 


IVlG 


91V16 


105/8 


12 


1 ^4 


& 


8 


15 


1% 


ll^Vis 


13 


12 


% 


10 


10 


: 17V2 


1% 


14Vi8 


15V4 


16 


1 


12 


12 


: 201/2 


! 2 


1&V16 


173/4 


1 16 


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For working pressures and description, see the preceding page. 



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Non-Rising Stem Valves 
Screwed Flanged 

No. 754 No. 755 

Brass Trimmed Brass Trimmed 



Outside Screw and Yoke \ alves 



No, 7541/2 

All-Iron 



No, 7551/2 

All-Iron 



Screwed 

No. 756 

Brass Trimmed 

No. 7561/2 

All-Iron 



Flanged 

No. 757 

Brass Trimmed 

No, 7571/2 
All-Iron 



Screwed or 

Flanged 

Non-Rising 

Stem 

Valves 

Without 
By-Pass 



Screwed or 
Flanged 

Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Valves 

Without 

By^Pass 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



List Prices, Each 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Non-Rising Stem 



No. 754 

or 

No. 7541/2 

Screwed 



No- 755 

or 

No. 7551/2 

Flanged 
F.D,&S.F- 



Outside Screw and Yoke 



No. 756 

or 

No- 7561/2 

Screwed 



No- 757 

or 

No. 7571/2 

Flanged 
F.D-&S-F. 



No- 

of 
turns 

to 
open 



2 




33.00 




34.00 




43.00 


44.00 


6 




7V4 


113/4 


141/2 


8 


7 


2y2 




42.50 




43.50 




55.50 


56.50 


63/4 




8 


121/4 


16 


8 


9 ■ 


3 




49.50 




51.00 




62.50 


64.00 


1 71/4 


1 


9V4 


14 


191/4 


9 


IOV4 


4 




63.00 




65.00 




79.00 


81.00 


77/8 




tlOVa 


171/4 


24 


10 


9 


6 




99.00 




102.00 




124.00 


127.00 I 


IOV2 




13 


221/2 


321/4 


12 


13 


* 8 








153.00 






191.00 






141/4 


26 


42 


14 


35 


*10 








218.00 






272.00 






163/4 


30 1/2 


51 


16 


421/2 


*12 


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290.00 






362 . 00 






171/2 


34 


581/4 


18 


51 


Larger si 
*Sizes 8- 


zes, prices and dimensions on 
nch and larger should have a 


app ication. 

by-pass. See pa( 


ye 138 for price 


s and pages 


140 and 


141 fordi 


mensions. 







Drilling: Prices of flanged valves include facing and Flange Standard, and spot facing; no deduction is 
drilling to the 250-Pound American Cast Iron made if valves are ordered faced only. 



^Important Notice ■' • 

4-inch size Unless otherwise ordered, valves with the new face 

to face dimension will be furnished. 
Valves having the old dimension can 
be furnished (for prices, refer to the 
Crane Discount Sheet), ha orders 
must specifically indicate that such valves 
are wanted. • 



Comparison of 
Face to Face Dimensions 



Flanged valves without by-pass in the 
formerly had a face to face dimension 
different from that shown above. The 
new dimension, adopted with the 
issuance of this catalog, agrees with 
the A.P.I. Standard and the American 
Ferrous Flanged Valve Standard. 

By-passes and gearing . . . pages 138 to 141 Templates for drilling page 552 Thread engagement page 591 



Size 4 


New 101/2 


Old 91/2 






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WORKING PRESSURE 
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1000-pound shell test 
550-pound seat test 



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Crane 500-Pound W.O.G. 
Ferrosteel Double Disc 
Gate Valves, shown on the 
opposite page, are of the 
pressure class formerly 
knoun commercially as 
■' looo-Pound Test" \'aK-es. 
They are especially suit- 
able for use in oil or gas 

fields, in oil refineries, in pump houses, in pipe lines, 
in high pressure water lines, or for similar service 
requiring heavy, massi\"e iron body valves. 

Rugged construction : All parts are unusually rug- 
ged, assuring a high factor of safety in operation. 

Ferrosteel body and bonnet : The body and bon- 
net are made of Crane Ferrosteel, a high grade iron 
approximately 35 per cent stronger than cast iron. 
The metal sections are heavy, and the metal is dis- 
tributed to pro\"ide maximum strength. 

Flanged vaK'es have straight through ports. Metal 
sections adjacent to the bonnet flange and end flange 
are heavily reinforced to pro\'ide maximum safety. 

Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed valves are 
recommended for water, oil, or gas lines. 

The body seat rings are made of Crane Hard Metal, 
a copper-tin bronze of unusual strength and hard- 
ness. They are screwed into the body. 

The discs, in sizes 1 to 4-inch, are Crane Hard Metal ; 
in the larger sizes, they are cast iron faced with 
Crane Hard Metal. 

The valves have a brass stem (Cast Manganese 
Bronze in non-rising stem \-alves). In non-rising 
stem valves, the portion of the discs that engages 
the stem threads is brass or brass-bushed. 

All-iron valves: All-iron valves are recommended 
for oil or gas, or for fluids that corrode brass. 

The seats are cast integral with the body and discs. 
Valves \\-ith screwed-in body seat rings can be made 
to order; prices on application. 

The stem is steel, and that portion which comes in 
contact with the packing is nickel-plated. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing boxes are filled with 
high grade packing. The valves, when wide open, 
can be repacked while under pressure. 

Gland: The gland is the two-piece type, consisting 

of a malleable iron gland flange and a brass gland in 
brass trimmed \-alves or a nickel-plated steel gland 
in all-iron valves. 

By-passes : Sizes 6-inch and larger should have a 
by-pass, to enable equalizing the pressure on both 
sides of the valve before opening. See page 138 
for prices and pages 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

Additional description 



Gearing : Sizes 8-inch and 
larger can be equipped with 
gears; see page 139 for 
prices and pages 140 and 
141 for dimensions. 



Motor or cylinder oper- 
ation r Valves installed in 
inaccessible locations or 
used for emergency purposes should preferably be 
equipped with some easy means of operation, such as 
an electric or air motor drive, or an operating cyl- 
inder. For details, see pages 171 to 173. 

Standards : Flanged valves without by-pass in all 
sizes and those with by-pass in the 6, 8, and lo-inch 
sizes conform to the American Petroleum Institute 
(A.P.I,) Standard No. 5-G-1, Second Edition, Sep- 
tember, iqjS, for ^00-Pound Iron Pipe Line Gate 
Valves. 

Flanged valves without by-pass in all sizes and those 
with by-pass in the 6. 8, and lo-inch sizes also con- 
form to the American Standard for Face to Face 
Dimensions of Ferrous Flanged Valves (B16.10- 
iq3q), for 250-Lb. Cast Iron Flanged Double Disc 
Gate Valves. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 

and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 
250-Pound American Cast Iron Flange Standard 
(Bi6b-iQz8). 

End flanges are regularly furnished with a -^-inch 
raised face. The raised face is finished with con- 
centric grooves, approximately 16 grooves per inch, 
known as a "serrated" finish. 

Valves with male, female, tongue, or groove faces 
are made to order; see page 560 for dimensions and 
the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 




Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 



Size 


A 


B 


C 


n 


E 


No. of 
bolts 


Dia. of 
bolts 


2 


2 


61/2 


% 


43/16 


5 


8 


% 


2V2 


2V2 


7V2 


1 


41V16 


5% 


8 


3/4 


3 


3 


81/4 


IVs 


51V16 


6% 


8 


V4 


4 


4 


10 


1V4 


6'Vl6 


77/8 


8 


3/4 


6 


6 


121/2 


1V16 


91V16 


10% 


12 


Va 


8 


8 


15 


1% 


ll^Vie 


13 


12 


% 


10 


10 


171/2 


n/s 


HI/16 


151/4 


16 


1 


12 


12 


201/2 


2 


I6V16 


173/4 


16 


IVs 



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Non-Rising 

Stem 

Screwed 

No, 340 E 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stenn 

No. 34OV2 E 

All-Iron 



Non -Rising 

Stem 

Flanged 

No. 341 E 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 

No, 34IV2E 

All-Iron 



Outside Screw 

and Yoke 
Screwed 

No. 342 E 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 

No, 342y2 E 

All-Iron 



Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Flanged 

No. 343 E 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 

No, 3431/2 E 

All-iron 



Screwed 

or 
Flanged 

Non-Rising 

Stem 

Valves 

Without 

By-Pass 



Screwed 
or 

Flanged 

Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Valves 

Without 

By- Pass 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


List Prices, Each 


Dimensions, in Inches 




Non-Rising Stem 


Outside Screw and Yoke 


F 


G 


H 






No. 

of 
turns 

to 
open 


Inches 


No. 340 E 

or 

No. 340 1/2 E 

Screwed 


No. 341 E 

or 

No. 34IV2E 

Flanged 
F.D.&S.F. 


No. 342 E 

or 

No. 3421/2 E 

Screwed 


No. 343 E 

or 

No. 3431/2 E 

Flanged 

F.D.&S.F. 


J 


K 


2 37.00 38.00 


49.00 ; 50.00 II 8 T8V2 


121/2 


17 9 


15 


2V2 


47.00 


48.00 


62.00 


63.00 SVs t9y2 


141/2 183/4 \ 9 


18 


3 


S5.S0 


57.00 


69.50 


71.00 


9% TllVs 


151/4 21 


10 


15 


4 


70.00 


72.00 


88.00 


90.00 II 101/2 ; tl2 


173/4 , 251/4 


12 


19 


* 6 


117.00 


120.00 


147.00 150.00 , 131/4 tl57/8 


22% 1 34 


16 


28 


n 8 




180.00 1 


225.00 


tl6V2 


28 


423/4 


20 


36 


*Uo 


255.00 


320.00 tl8 


35 


531/4 


22 44 


*tl2 340.00 


425.00 


T193/4 


39 61 


24 1 52 



*Sizes 6-inch and larger should have a by 
JFor dimensions of valves with gears, see 



-pass; see page 138 for prices and pages 140 and 141 for dimensions 
pages 140 and 141; for prices of gears, seepage 139. 



Drilling; Prices of flanged valves include facing Flange Standard, and spot facing; no deduction is 
and drilling to the x5o-Pound American Cast Iron made if valves are ordered faced only. 

When larger sizes are required^ use the 500-Pound Gas Valves shown on pages 134 and I3S. 

^Important Notice 

F\angedva\\'esttfithoutbj-pass(orrr\er\yha6 face to face Unless otherwise ordered, valves with the new face 



dimensions different from chose shown above. The to face are furnished. 
new dimensions, adopted with 



the issuance of this catalog, 
agree with the A. P. I . Standard 
and the American Ferrous 
Flanged Valve Standard. 



Comparison of Face to Face Dimensions 



Size 


2 21/2 3 4 


6 8 10 12 


Newr 


81/2 91/2 11 Vs 12 


157/8 161/2 18 193/4 


Old 


71/4 8 91/4 91/2 


13 i4V4ii6y4 171/2 



Valves having the old dimen- 
sions can be furnished (for 
prices, see the Crane Discount 
Sheet j, h/a orders must specifi- 
cally indicate that such valves are 
ivanted. 



By-passes and gearing . . . pages 138 to 141 Templates for drilling . . . .page 552 Thread engagement . . . .page 591 





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Ferrosteel Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed — With Spur Gears 



WORKING PRESSURE 
500 pounds gas 

HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURES 

800-pounci shell Lest 
500-pound seat test 

Air tested 



Crane 500-Pound Gas Ferrosteel Double Disc Gate 
Valves with spur gears, illustrated on the opposite 
page, are especially designed and built for heavy 
duty service on gas lines where working pressures do 
not exceed 500 pounds. They are not recommended 
for use on water or oil lines. 

The valves are regularly equipped with spur gears 
to facilitate operation. 

Rugged construction: The valves are unusually 
rugged and are liberally ribbed. Metal sections in 
the body and bonnet are more than ample, and the 
metal is distributed to assure maximum strength and 
to a\-oid distortion. All parts have a high factor 
of safety. 

Ferrosteel body and bonnet : The body and 
bonnet are made of Crane Ferrosteel, a high grade 
iron having a tensile strength approximately 35 per 
cent greater than that of cast iron. 

Tie ribs between the end flanges and the bonnet 
flange on the body assure proper support of the end 
flanges and impart greater resistance to line strains. 

Seats and discs: The body seat rings and disc 
faces are made of Crane Hard Metal, a copper-tin 
bronze of unusual strength and hardness. The body 
seat rings are screwed into the body. 

In non-rising stem valves, the portion of the disc 
engaging the stem threads is brass-bushed. 

Stem: The stem is made of brass as a safeguard 
against corrosion. 

Stuffing box and gland : The stuffing box is the 
lantern-type. It is unusually deep and is filled with 
high grade packing. Alemite fittings are provided 
to assure quick, easy lubrication. 

The gland is the two-piece ball-type, consisting of a 
malleable iron gland flange and a brass gland. 

These valves, when wide open, can be repacked 
while under pressure. 

By -passes: 500-Pound Gas Valves in all sizes 
should be equipped \\'ith a by-pass, to enable equaliz- 
ing the pressure on both sides of the disc before 
opening the main \-alve. 

By-passes should preferably be built around the 
main valve, but single valve by-passes mounted on 
the main valve can be furnished; see the opposite 
page for prices and dimensions. 

In addition, three valve by-passes, mounted on the 
main valve and built up so that either side can be 



opened to a draw-off line, are available on special 
order. Prices and information will be furnished on 
application. 

Reduced seat openings: Valves (Venturi-type) 
with flared ends and reduced seat openings can be 
made to order with a 22-inch port opening and an 
18 or 20-inch seat, or with a z4-inch port opening 
and a 20-inch seat; prices on application. 

Motor or cylinder operation: Valves installed in 
inaccessible locations or used for emergency purposes 
should preferably be equipped with some easy means 
of operation. An electric or air motor drive, or an 
operating cylinder, fulfills this need admirably. For 
details, see pages 171 to 173. 

Face to face: The face to face dimensions of these 
valves conform to the American Standard for Face 
to Face Dimensions of Ferrous Flanged Valves 

(Bi6.io-iq3q) for zjo-Lb. Cast Iron Flanged Double 
Disc Gate Valves. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 250- 
Pound American Cast Iron Flange Standard (Bi6b- 
iqzS). 

The valves are regularly furnished with a He-inch 
raised face on the end flanges. The raised face is 
finished with concentric grooves, approximately 16 
grooves per inch, known as a "serrated" finish. 

Valves with male, female, tongue, or groove faces 
can be furnished to order at an additional price. 
See page 560 for dimensions and the Crane Discount 
Sheet for prices. 




Dimensions of Flanges, in Inches 



Size 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


No. of 
bolts 


Dia. of 

bolts 


14 


131/4 


23 


2V8 


18' Vis 


201/4 


20 


IVs 


16 


15V4 


25V2 


2V4 


2IV16 


221/2 


20 


IV4 


18 


17 


28 


2% 


23 Vie 


24 V4 


24 


IV4 


20 


19 


30 V2 


2V2 


2SV16 


27 


24 


IV4 


24 


23 


36 


23/4 


30yi6 


32 


24 


IV2 



Additional description . . pages 120 and 121 



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500-Pound Gas 

Ferrosteel Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed — With Spm: Gears 



For working pressures and description, 
see the preceding page. 





Non-Rising Stem Valve with Spur Gears 
No. 348 E, Flanged 



Outside Screw and Yoke Val\-e with Spur Gears 

No. 349 E, Flanged 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


List Prices, Each 


Dimensions, in Inches 




For Valves 

With Spur Gears 

Flanged. F.D.&S.K 


Extra for 

Single Valve 

By-Pass 


F 


Non-Rising 
Stem 


Outside Screw 
and Yoke 


M 


Valves 

With 

By-Pass 


Inches 


No. 348 E 
Non- 
Rising 
Stem 


No. 349 E 

Outside 

Screw 

and Yoke 


For 
Non- 
Rising 
Stem. 
Valve 


For 

Outside 

Screw 

and Yoke 

Valve 


G 


H 


J 


K 


L 


N 


Size 
of 
By- 
Pass 


14 550.00 650.00 136.00 152.00 


221/2 56 101/2 641/2 15 743/4 22 331/2 3 


16 


740 . 00 845 . 00 200 . 00 220 . 00 


24 6IV2 101/2 741/2 15 86 24 371/2 4 


18 


970.00 1100.00 200.00 220.00 


26 643/4 


101/2 78 15 


911/2 24 385/8 4 


20 


1200.00 1355.00 200.00 220.00 


28 


70 1/4 


121/8 1 841/2 I8I/2 100 


27 39% 4 


24 


1875.00 2100.00 200,00 220.00 


31 82 


121/8 i 991/2 isyg 


117 1, 30 j 441/2 4 




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Clearance of Valves 
Equipped with By-Pass 



Special facings page 560 



Drilling: Flanged valves are furnished faced, drilled, and spot faced (F.D. & 
S.F.) unless ordered faced only. List prices include facing and drilling to the 
250-Pound American Cast Iron Flange Standard, and spot facing. No deduc- 
tion is made if valves are ordered faced only. 

By-passes: All sizes of these valves should be equipped with a by-pass, to 
enable equalizing the pressure on both sides of the disc before opening the 
main valve. 

Three valve by-passes mounted on the main valve or by-passes built around 
the main valve also are available on special order. Prices, dimensions, and 
information will be furnished on application. 



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800-Pound ^^.O.G. 

Ferrosteel Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Triniined 



\^'ORKlNG PRESSLT^ 
800 pour.is cold w£:er_ oil, or gas, ncHi-^hock 



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Crane 800-Pound W'.O.G. Ferrosteel 
Double Disc Gate \'alves. illustrated 
on the opposite page, are of the pres- 
sure class formerly knowTi commer- 
cially as "locc-Pound Test" valves. 
They are especially suitable for use 
in oil or gas fields, in oil refineries, in 
pump houses, in pipe lines, in high pressure -ft-ater 
lines or tor similar ser\-ice requiring unusuailv hea\A- 
ifDn bodv valves. 



tmDROSTATIC 
TEST PRESSLTIES 

1600-pounc sne" test 
SoO-pound sei: :es: 



inch ^KHild be equipped vith gean 
See page 13Q for prices and pages 14: 
and 141 for dimensions. 



Air tested 



Tr.£S5:-.e assuring a hi^- :actor of safetv 



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c^Mionall 

r.:i:pec an 

in operation, 

Ferrosteel body and bonnet; The body er.z con- 
.".e: are rr.^z^ 01 Crar.e rerzzszee'.. a hig^ gra^e iron 
£pproxLn-a:e'y ;.- per cent stronger than csst :ron. 
ihe met^. sections are nei' y. and :ne metal is 
cistnruted to provide rraxirrzzm strenrtn. 

The ; :in: betxi-ecn tne oody ant: con_net is rr.ede \^-ith 
ton^^e ar.d groo'-e "acinp: tne trn.net gasket is re- 
tained inside and outside. :; ntinintire ti-te rossibilicv 
of blowinp tJt in service. 

hla.nged valves aren^ade "■"'-"itin strai^i^.t thrrtizin nets 
Meta; sections aciacent tr tine bon„net ana ena dances 

miorcec to nrovide ntaxintunt saietv. 



are ne 



Lipped for 

valves are r 



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ntntenaec lor 



Materials : These valves are ret 

^"ater. c:'. tr zas iines. 

The body seat rinrs are made of Crane Hard Metal, 
a cot?r^er-tln brtnne of unusual stren^h and nard- 

intt the body. 

are Crane Hard Metal: 



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Crane Har 



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ire cast irtn 



;aced ^^dth 



The valves have a brass scan iCast Manganese 
n--'-^ _ :-_^-^__Wsi_-.; stem valves*. In nwinrisins 



portion o: tnc 
trass or brass 



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^rpc^es tr:e 



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consistinz of a ntalieabie 



sttnt valves, d: 
seem threads 

The sla"a 

iron glar.a _^ __^ ^.^_ 

Smffing bos: Tine sn-indn^ cc.\es are filled uith 
high grade raci^mg. The valves, uhen uide open. 
can -e repac^ea - diit under pressure. 

By-passes: Sires c-L-cn atKi larger sbtuiu nave a 
by-pass, to enable ecuaJining the pressure on both 
sides 01 tne main vaive ceiore or-eiins- See page 
i}> :or prices pt^es :4c and 141 for cintensitns. 

Gearing: To facilitate op^ratitn sines it and 12- 



Motor or cylinder operation: 
\ alves installed in inaccessible loca- 
tions or used for emergency purposes 
should preferably be equipped »ith s«ne eas^ means 
of operation. .An electric or air motor drive, or an 
operating c>-linder is ideal for this purpose. For 
description, see pages 171 to 173. 

Standards: Flanged valves conform to the Amer- 
ican Petroleum Institute A.P.l.) Standard No. 
--G-I- Seoxid Editicm. Septonber 1938, for Soo- 
Pound Iron Pipe dine Gate ^'alves. 

Flanged valves a!s: ttn^tnn: to the American Stand- 

ara for Face to Face Dimensions of Ferrous Hangexi 
Valv^ Bit :^-:c-^ :b- ^tt-LO. Hydraulic Cast 
Iron Panzea Dturle Disc Gate Valves. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensim^ 
and drilling o: zr.t end flanges conform to the 
Sec-Pound Hydraulic .American Cast Iron Flanze 

^na nan-es a.^e rer^_: ar y umiihea ^ith a ^^-inrfi 
male face large male.-. The male face is finished 
^^ith ttntentric grooves, approximately 16 grooves 
per inch. knouTi as a "serrated" finish. 

\ alves Tvirn temale ttnar-e. or groove faces are m^'^** 
to order. See page - ot 
Discount Slneet :tr c rices. 

\ ahes vith tongue or groove flanges conformin 
the National Transit (Pipe Line'* Standard car 
made to order: prices on application. 



" ~^tmensio"s ^—a tn-^ ^^^ ^ 




Flanges, 



No. oc Dia. erf 
bolts 




jiOMes J20 and 121 



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Ferrosteel Double Disc Gate Valves 

Brass Trimmed 

For working pressures and description, se. the preceding page. 





Non-Rising Stem 
Screwed 

No. 214 H 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 




Non-Rising Stem 
Flanged 

No. 215 H 

Hard Metal Seats 
Brass Stem 



List Prices and Dimensions 




Oucside Screw and Yoke 
Screwed 

No. 216 H 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 



Outside Screw and Yoke 
Flanged 

No. 217 H 

Hard Metal Seats 

Brass Stem 



Size 


List Prices, Each 


Dimensions, in Inches 




Non-Rising 
Stem 


Outside Screw 
and Yoke 


F 


G 


H 


J 


K 


No. 
of 


Inches 


No. 

214H 

Screwed 


No. 

215 H 

Flanged 

F. D. & 

S. F. 


No. 

216 H 

Screwed 


No. 

217H 
Flanged 
F. D. & 

S. F. 


turns 

to 
open 


2 


4^.00 i 71/7 13 9 


15 


' 21/2 


55.00 j 72.00 8% 15 18V^ 


9 
10 

12 


' 18 


3 


73.50 75.00 92.50 94.00 95/r 14;163^ 203^ 


15 


4 


98.00 


100.00 j 123.00 125.00 IOV2 17 


19 26I/2 


19 


* 6 


182.00 


185.00 


228.00 1 231.00,1434 221231/2 34 16 


28 


* 8 




300.00 


375.00 [ 26:291/4 423/4 20 


36 


*tio 




550.00 690.00 




31 361/2 1 531/2 22 


46 


*tl2 


975.00 


1220.00 




331393/4 61 1/4 24 


54 



K 



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*Sizes 6-inch and larger should have a by-pass. See page 138 for prices and 
pages 140 and 141 for dimensions. 

tSizes 10 and 12-inch should be geared. See page 139 for prices and pages 140 
and 141 for dimensions. 



Screwed 

or 
Flanged 

Non-Rising 
Stem 



Screwed 

or 
Flanged 

Outside Screw 
and Yoke 



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Drilling; Prices of flanged valves include facing 
and drilling to the 800-Pound Hydraulic American 
Cast Iron Flange Standard, and spot facing; no de- 
duction is made if valves are ordered faced only. 

By-passes: A by-pass is recommended on 800-Pound 
w.O.G. Valves sizes 6-inch and larger. It enables 
equalizing the pressure on both sides of the disc 

Templates for drilling . . . page 552 



before opening the main valve. Prices of bv-passes 
are shown on page 138. Dimensions of vaKes 
with by-passes are shown on pages 140 and 141. 

Gearing: Sizes 10 and 12-inch valves should be 
equipped with gears, to facilitate operation. P:ices 
and styles of gears are shown on page 13Q. Dimen- 
sions are shown on pages 140 and 141. 



Thread engagement . page 591 



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By-Passes for Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 





Bolted By-Pass 

Non-Rismg Stem 



Bolted By-Pass 
Outside Screw and Yoke 



Extra List Prices for Bolted By-Pass 
For Flanged and Hub End Valves 


- 


Pressure 

Class 
of Valve 


Size of 

Valve 

Inches 


Size of 

By-Pass 

Inches 


Non-RisingStem 

By-Pass 

Each 


0. S. & Y. 

Ry-Pass 

Each 




14 2 60.00 


66.00 


Low 


16 to 20 3 


90.00 97.50 


Pressure 


24 and 30 4 


120.00 


129.50 


Page 123 


36 and 42 6 170.00 : 185.00 




48 ' 8 ; 230.00 ' 252.00 




12 and 14 2 ! 60.00 66.00 


Light 

Standard 


16 to20 ; 3 90.00 97.50 


24 and 30 4 120.00 129.50 


Page 125 


36 and 42 6 170.00 ' 1^5.00 




48 ' 8 230.00 1 252.00 




Hand 14 2 60.00 66.00 


Standard 
Page 129 


16 to 20 , 3 90.00 97.50 


24 4 120.00 ' 129.50 




6 IV4 44.00 , 52.00 


400-Pound 


8 IV2 52.00 61.00 


W.O.G. 

Page 131 


10 11/2 60.00 70.00 


12 i 2 70.00 1 80.00 


500-Pound 


6 11/4 52.00 62.00 


8 11/2 61.00 71.00 


W.O.G. 

Page 133 


10 IV2 80.00 93.00 


12 ! 2 91.00 105.00 


800-Pound 


6 11/4 83.00 , 98.00 


W.O.G. 


8 and 10 11/2 100.00 


, 115.00 
140.00 


Page 137 


12 2 125.00 




Bevel Geared Valve with By-Pass 



When so ordered, Crane Hub End and 
Flanged End Iron Body Double Disc Gate 
Valves can be furnished with a by-pass. 
Extra list prices are shown in the table. 

By-passes for screwed end valves will be 
furnished on special order; prices on appli- 
cation. 

These by-passes facilitate the operation 
of the main valve by enabling equalization 
of the pressure on both sides of the disc. 

Non-rising stem valves will be equipped 
with a non-rising stem by-pass; O.S. & Y. 
valves, with an O.S. & Y. by-pass. 

Brass trimmed valves will be furnished with 
a brass trimmed by-pass; all-iron valves 
will be furnished with an all-iron by-pass. 

Bevel geared valves with by-pass have the 
by-pass on the bottom of the valve, as 
shown in the illustration above. 



Dimensions . . . .pages 140 and 141 



Lockup 
Caps 



Single Cleanouts for Standard Iron 
Double Disc Flanged Gate Valves 



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Lockup caps can 
be furnished for 
any class of Crane 
Non-Rising Stem 
Gate Valve. 
Prices are fur- 
nished on applica- 
tion. 




Single Side Cleanout 
For Flanged Valve 



Cleanouts should 
be used where sedi- 
ment will accumu- 
late in a valve. 
They may be either 
on the side as listed 
here, or on the bot- 
tom. Prices on bot- 
tom cleanouts are 
furnished on appli- 
cation. 



Size of 

Valve 

Inches 


Extra for 

Single 

Side 

Cleanout 

Per Valve 


3 


8.00 


4 


9.00 


5 


10.50 


6 12.00 


8 14.00 


10 18.00 


12 20.00 



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139 



Gearing for Iron Body Double Disc Gate Valves 




Style U, Be\'el Gearing 
Non-Rising Stem 




Style S, Spur Gearing 
Non-Risins Stem 




Grease Case on Style U 

Bevel Gearing for 
Non-Risin2 Stem Valves 




Grease Case on Style S 

Spur Gearing for 
Non-Rising Stem Valves 




W hen desired, Crane Iron BodN' Double Disc Gate Valves 

can be supplied with gears. Extra list prices are shown 
below. 

Bevel gearing: Unless other\\-ise ordered, non^rising stem 
he\-el geared \-al\-es are furnished with the pinion shaft ex- 
tending at right angles to the run of the ^-aKe. They can 
also be furnished \\-ith the shaft parallel to the run. 

With Style N bevel gearing for outside screw and yoke 
\-alves, the pinion shaft extends at right angles to the" run 
of the valve; with Style O, parallel to the run. Unless 
otherwise ordered. Style N wi 1 be furnished. 

Grease cases and gear covers: Non-rising stem beve! or 
spur geared vah'es can be supplied with a grease case com- 
pletely enclosing the ge^rs. A sheet metal guard (not 
illustrated) can be built around the stuffing box or a 
pressure-tight grease case can be furnished; prices on appli- 
cation. 

Outside screw and yoke valves cannot be equipped with a 
grease case, but can be supplied with a gear cover. 

Indicator: Non-rising stem geared vah'es can be supplied 
\\-ith a worm-gear indicator; prices on application. 





Worm-Gear Indicator 

For Non-Rising Stem Valves 

Prices on application 



Gear Cover 

for 
Outside Screw and Yoke V'alves 



Pressuire 


Size 

of 

Valve 

Inches 


Extra List Prices per Valve 


Class 


Non-Fising Stem Outsic e Screw 8i Yoke 


of 


Gearing 


*Grease 
Cases 


Gearing 


*Gear 


Valve 


Bevel Spur 


Bevel Spur 


Covers 



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14 to 20 


75.00 70.00 


50.00 


80.00 


75.00 


50.00 




24 


85.00 80.00 


60.00 


: 90.00 


'■ 85.00 


60.00 


Low 
Pressure 
Page 123 


30 


, 95.00; 90.00 


75.00 


100.00 

1 


95.00 


75.00 


36 


180.00170.00 


90.00 


190.00 


'180.00 


90.00 


42 


230.00 210.00 


105.00 


! 250.00 


230.00 


105.00 




48 


400.00 370.00 


120.00 


430.00 


400.00 


120.00 




14 to 20 


75.00 70.00 


50.00 


80.00 


75.00 


50.00 




24 


85.001 80.00 


60.00 


90,00 


85.00 


60.00 


Light 
Standard 

Page 125 


30 


95.00 90.00 


75.00 


100.00 


95.00 


75.00 


36 


180.00 170.00 


90.00 


190.00 


180.00 


90.00 


42 


230. 001210. 00 


105.00 


250.00 


230.00 


105.00 




48 


400.00 370.00 


120.00 


430.00 


400.00 


120.00 


Standard 

Page 129 


12 


65.00 60.00 


50.00 


70.00 


65.00 


50.00 


14 to 20 


75.00 70.00 


50.00 


80.00 


75.00 


50.00 


24 


85.00 80.00 


60.00 


90.00 


85.00 


60 . 00 


4O0-Lb, WOG 


10 


75.00 70.00 


50.00 


80.00 


75.00 


50.00 


Page 131 


12 


85.00 80.00 


60.00 


90.00 


85.00 


60.00 


500-Lb. WOG 
Page 133 


8 


65.00 60.00 


50.00 


70.00 


65.00 


50.00 


10 


85.00 80.00 


60.00 


90.00 


85.00 


60.00 


12 


97.00 92.00 


75.00 


102.00 


97.00 


75.00 


800-Lb. WOG 


6&8 


75.00 70.00 


50.00 


80.00 


75 . 00 : 


50.00 


Page 137 


10 & 12 


92.00 87.00 


75.00 


97.00 


92 . 00 


75.00 



Pressure-Tight 
Grease Case ^ 

Enclosing Stuffing Box 
and Gland, for Non-Rising 

Stem Geared Valves ^ 

Prices on application *Grease Case and Gear Cover prices are additional to prices of Gearing, 




Style N 

Bevel Gearing 

Outside Screw and Yoke 




Style O 

Bevel Gearing 
Outside Screw and Yoke 





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Style P 

Spur Gearing 

Outside Screw and Yoke 





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Stem Protector 

For Outside Screw 

and Yoke Valves 

without Gears 

Prices on application 

lyiftiensions of 

geared valves, 

pages 140 and 141 




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Iron Body and Ferrosteel 
Double Disc Gate Valves with Gearing or By-pass 

For dimensions, see the following page. 



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With the exception of 500-Pouncl Gas Geared 
Valves, the dimensions of Crane Iron Body and 
Ferrosteel Double Disc Gate Valves equipped 
with gearing or by-pass are shown on the op- 
posite page. For dimensions of the 500-Pound 
Gas Geared Valves and for dimensions of the 
other valves without gearing or by-pass, refer 
to the following pages: 

Low Pressure Valves see page 123 

Light Standard Valves see page 125 

Standard Valves see page 129 

400-Pound W.O.G. Valves see page 131 

500-Pound W.O.G. Valves see page 133 

500-Pound Gas Valves see page 135 

800-Pound W.O.G, Valves see page 137 

Gearing: Equipping the larger size Double 
Disc Gate Valves with gears will greatly facil- 
itate their operation. Gears, both bevel and 
spur, are a\-aLlable for a wide range of sizes in 
each pressure class. 

Face to face or end to end dimensions of valves 
with gears are the same as those of valves 
without gears; see pages referred to above. 

By-passes: Flanged and hub end valves in all 
pressure classes can be furnished with a bolted 
3y-pass. 

Center to top and wheel diameter dimensions 
of valves with by-pass are the same as those 
of valves without by-pass; face to face dimen- 
sions are explained below. 

Face to face with by-pass: Low Pressure, 
Light Standard in sizes 42-inch and smaller, 
Standard, 400-Pound W.O.G. in 12-inch size, 
and 500-Pound W.O.G. Double Disc Gate 
Valves with by-pass have a longer face to face 
dimension than the same valves without by- 
pass. 

Light Standard in the 48-inch size, 400-Pound 
W.O.G. in sizes 10-inch and smaller, and all 
800-Pound W.O.G. Valves with by-pass have 
the same face to face as the valves without 
by-pass. These dimensions are repeated on the 
opposite page for convenience. 

Geared valves with by-pass: Spur-geared 
valves with by-pass have the by-pass connected 
at the side of the valve body. 




Bevel geared valves with by-pass have the by- 
pass on the bottom, vvith the stem of the by- 
pass valve parallel to the pinion shaft; see 
illustration above. 





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Style U 

Bevel Gearing 

All Classes 



Style S 
Spur Gearing 

All Classes 



Square 
Operating 

Nut for 

Hub End 

Non-Rising 

Stem 

Geared 

Valves 

Low Pressure 
Light Standard 



Non-Rising Stem Valves with Bevel or Spur Gears 





Qiiiimni 




Style N Style O Style P 

Bevel Gearing Bevel Gearing Spur Gearing 

All Classes All Classes All Classes 

Outside Screw and Yoke Valves with Bevel or Spur Gears 






Hub End 

Low Pressure 
Light Standard 

Flanged and Hub End Valves with Bolted By-Pass 



*Flanged 


By-Pass 


All 


or 


Classes 


All Classes 



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*D!mension "L" includes the 3^-inch raised faces on 400 and 500-Pound \V,O.G 
Flanged Valves and the 34-inch male faces on 800-Pound W.O.G, Flanged \'alves 



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141 



Iron Body and Ferrosteel 
Double Disc Gate Valves with Gearing or By-Pass 



Dimensions, in Inches 



For list prices, description, and dimensions of valves 
without gearing or by-pass, see pages 120 to 137. 



Size 
of 




Valves with Gears 










Valves with By-Pass 


Valve 


Bevel Geared 


Spur Geared 


H 


J 


No. of 
turns 
to 
open 


K 


*L 


M 


Size 
of 




A B 


c 


D 


E 


F 


G 


by- 
pass 











L 


ow Press 


lire Dou 


ble Disc 


Gate 


Valv. 


ZS 










14 


3013/16 


48 


113/4 


413/4 


6 


5IV2 


10 


14 


2 


58 


18 


16 


20 


2 


16 


3313/ig 


527/8 


113/4 


443/4 


6 


561/2 


10 


14 


2 


66 


21 


18 


241/4 


3 


18 


395/8 


59ViG 


123/4 


SII/4 


6 


64 


12 


18 


2 


76 


21 


181/2 


25 


3 


20 


46V4 


68% 


123/4 


573/4 


6 


73 


12 


18 


2 


84 


21 V2 


I8I/2 


26 


3 


24 


493/4 


761/4 


123/4 


6IV4 


6 


803/4 


12 


18 


2 


98 


221/2 


20 


301/4 


4 


30 


591/8 


91% 


123/4 


703/4 


6 


961/4 


12 


18 


2 


248 


23V2 


201/2 


331/4 


4 


36 


70 


109Vi6 


17 


84 


8 


1151/2 


145/8 


22 


2 


441 


271/2 


24 


403/4 


6 


42 


801/4 


128 V16 


201/2 


961/4 


101 3/, 6 


1333/4 


17 


27 


3 


459 


28 


251/2 


441/2 


6 


48 


9IIV16 


1443/8 


23 


10734 


12 


150 


19 


30 


3 


596 


32 


291/2 


51 V2 


8 



Light Standard Double Disc Gate Valves 



12 








1 1 1 






1914 


1914 


2034 


2 


14 


32V2 


491/4 


n% 


431/4 


6 


5234 


10 


14 


2 


60 


20 


20 


22 


2 


16 


373/4 


551/2 


1234 


4914 


6 


5934 


12 


18 


2 


68 


23 


23 


25 


3 


18 


403/4 


603/4 


1234 


5214 


6 


6514 


12 


18 


2 


76 


231/2 


231/2 


261/4 


3 


20 


441/4 


66 1/2 


1234 


5534 


6 


7034 


12 


18 


2 


84 


24 


24 


271/2 


3 


24 


523/4 


783/4 


17 


6634 


8 


841/2 


141^6 


22 


2 


152 


26 


26 


3114 


4 


30 


651/4 


1001/4 


201/2 


81 


1013/16 


10534 


17 


27 


3 


223 


26V2 


261/2 


3514 


4 


36 


771/2 


11634 


23 


94 


12 


1221/2 


19 


30 


3 


456 


271/2 


271/2 


431/2 


6 


42 


87 


132 


23 


1041/2 


12 


139 


19 


30 


3 


520 


31 


31 


4714 


6 


48 


993/4 


14634 


26 14 


118 


15 


153 


191/2 


30 


3 


742 


32 


*32 


53 


8 



Standard Double Disc Gate Valves 



500-Pound W.O.G. Double Disc Gate Valves 



800-Pound W.O.G. Double Disc Gate Values 



12 


3114 


4434 


1234 


421/2 


6 


49 


12 


18 


51 


18 


22 


2 


14 


351/2 


521/2 


1234 


4634 


6 


57 


12 


18 


60 


I8I/2 


23 


2 


16 


41 


5934 


17 


55 


8 


651/2 


1411/16 


22 


! 102 


261/2 


2534 


3 


L8 


441/2 


6514 


17 


581/2 


S 


71 


141 Vie 


22 


114 


27 


2714 


3 


20 


4714 


11 


17 


61^4 


8 


7734 


1411/16 


22 


128 


28 


281/2 


3 


24 


5614 


851/2 


201/2 


7214 


1013/16 


91 


17 


27 


182 


32 


321/2 


4 









400-Pound W.O.G. Double Disc Gate Valves 








6 


1 






*U 


181/2 


IV4 


8 








*UVa 


211/2 


IV2 


10 


271/2 4114 


1234 


3914 6 451/2 12 18 85 ' 


n634 ! 


2234 


IV2 


12 


3114 1 46V4 


1234 


4234 6 5034 12 18 102 


19 


24 


2 



6 










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16 


1814 


11/4 


8 


2414 


341/2 


1234 


3534 


6 


3834 


12 


18 


72 


18 


20 


IV2 


10 


291/2 


41 


151/2 


421/2 


7 


46 


131/2 


20 


110 


20 


211/2 


IV2 


12 


3314 


48 14 


151/2 


461/2 


7 


53 


131/2 


22 


130 


22 


241/2 


2 



6 


1934 


28 


iiy4 


301/2 


6 


3134 


10 


14 


54 


*22 


2014 


11/4 


8 


2514 


341/2 


1234 


3634 


& 


39 


12 


18 


72 


n6 


22 


IV2 


10 


301/2 


431/2 


151/2 


431/2 


7 


481/2 


131/2 


20 


112 


*31 


24 


IV2 


12 


34 


49 


151/2 


4714 


7 


54 


131/2 


20 


133 


*33 


2434 


2 



*Dimension "^L", the face to 
Valves and the J^-i^ch male 
without by-pass. 



face of flanged valves with by-pass, includes the J^e-inch raised faces on 400 and 500-Pound \V,0. G. 
faces on 800-Pound W,0-G- Valves. Dimensions identified by an asterisk are the same as for valves 



Prices of gears . . . .page 139 



Prices of by-passes . . page 138 



Templates for drilling , , . .pages 551 and 552 



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Metering station in a natural gas line: using Crane 
iron body double disc gate vaK'es with stem pro- 
tectors, and lever and weight safety valve. 




Crane iron body valves, flanged and welding 
fittings in cooling water lines in a Diesel plant. 




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Flanged iron body wedge gate and swing check 
A'-ah^es on a centrifugal pump control the water 
supply in this completely Crane-equipped mine. 



Circulating water lines in a central 
station, with large Crane valves. 




Crane products are extensively used 
in water pumping stations. Shown is 
a 36-in. motor-operated gate valve. 



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143 



Iron Body Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 



1 1 



Union Bonnet Valves (2J4 and 3-inch sizes have bolted bonnet) 

150-Pound, Brass Trimmed with Nickel Alloy Seats page 144 

150-Pound, All-Iron with Nickel Alloy Seats page 144 

150-Pound, All-Iron with Iron or Steel Seats page 144 

150-Pound, Brass Trimmed with Composition Disc. ..... page 145 

150-Pound. All-Iron with Composition Disc page 145 

150-Pound. Brass Trimmed with Plug Type Disc page 146 

400-Pound W.O.G. Klalleable Iron, with Plug Type Disc, page 147 

Standard Screwed Bonnet Brass Trimmed Valves page 148 

Iron Body Butterfly Val\-es page 148 

Iron Body Throttle Valves : page 148 

Bolted Bonnet Valves, \\ith Yoke Type Bonnet 

General Description page 1 4Q 

Standard, Brass Trimmed or All-Iron page r 50 

Standard, with Composition Disc page 151 

175-Pound, Brass Trimmed page 152 

250-Pound, Brass Trimmed page 153 



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The Crane line of Iron Body Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 
is described and illustrated on pages 144 to 153. 

Special attention is directed to the unusually complete line of 
150-Pound Iron Body Union Bonnet Globe and Angle Valves 
shown on pages 144, 145, and 146. These small size valves will 
find wide application in many industries. The wide variety of 
seating surfaces and trim materials available and the inter- 
changeability of parts will appeal to users whose requirements 
warrant standardization and the stocking of replacement parts. 



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Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 
250 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 




Renewable 
3 5^^ Wide Seat 

i" and smaller 
Union Bonnet 

2j^and3" 

Bolted Bonnet 




Globe, Screwed 



Angle, Screwed 



Cross Section 
No. 3501/2, Globe 



No. 35OV2 — Brass Trim, Nickel Alloy Seats — No. 3521/2 
No. 3541/2 — All-Iron, Nickel Alloy Seats — No. 356V2 
No. 3551/2— All-Iron, Iron or Steel Seats — No. 3571/2 




Size 



List Prices 



Cross Section 
No. 3541/2, Globe 
No. 3551/2, Globe 



No. 3501/2 or No. 3521/2, Screwed 



Inches | I/4 



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IV4 IM 



No. 3541/2 or No. 3561/2, Screwed 



21/2 



No. 3551/2 or No. 3571/2, Screwed 



Each! 4.90 [ 5.30 | 5.80 | 7.80 j 10.00 | 12.50 [ 17.00 | 24700 



Each] 3.50 I 3. 60 | 4.00 | 5.00 | 6.00 [ 8.60 [ 12.00 | 19.00 26.00 35.00 



Each[ 5.00 [ 5.50 | 6.00 | 8.00 | 11.00 [ 13.00 | 17.00 j 22.00 



Vsz the Standard Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves, shown on page 1?0. 



Service recommendations: Made with a sturdy 
cast iron body and a tough malleable iron union 
bonnet ring and packing nut, these rugged, compact 
valves are ideal for steam, water, oil, gas, and similar 
ser\ices. They find wide application in manv in- 
dustries, including oil and gas fields, oil refineries, gas 
plants, mines, sugar refineries, chemical plants, etc. 

Nos. 35OV2 and 3521/2; Brass Trimmed Valves 
with Nickel Alloy Seat and Disc: These valves 
ha\-e a Crane Kickel Alloy seat and disc, and a brass 
bonnet (except x}4 and 3"), stem, and gland; they 
are suitable for general non-corrosive services. 

Nos . 3541/2 and 3561/2 ; All-Iron Valves with Nickel 
Alloy Seat and Disc: Having a malleable iron 
bonnet, a steel stem and gland, and a Crane Nickel 
Alloy seat and disc, these valves are suitable for 
many corrosive fluids which attack brass but not 
Crane Nickel Alloy. 

Nos. 3551/2 and 3571/2; All-Iron Valves with Iron 

Seat and Disc: These are completely all-iron in 



construction, being the same as the Nos. 3^4}^ and 
3 5^3^ but having a steel or cast iron seat and disc. 

Disc and seat: The disc and seat are fiinished to a 
35° taper and have wide contacting surfaces; they 
hold pressure easily and offer good resistance to 
wear. Seat rings are screwed into the body. 

Bonnet construction: Valves 2-inch and smaller 
ha\-e a union bonnet ~ metal to metal joint. Larger 
sizes have a cast iron yoke-type bolted bonnet, with 
gasket, similar to the valves shown on page 150. 

Stuffing box: The stufifing box is filled with high 
grade packing. The valves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Interchangeability : Except for materials and the 
design of the seat and disc, the parts of all the 
150-Pound Valves shown on this page and pages 145 
and 146 are completely interchangeable, size for 
size. This feature adds to the general utility of the 




valves and reduces stocks maintained for repairs. 

A metal tag, secured under the wheel nut, shows the catalog number of the valve. 












Dimensions 


, in Inches 










Size 


V4 


3/8 


Vz 3/4 


1 11/4 


IVz 


2 


2V2 


3 


A 


2% 


2% 


3 31/2 


41/8 45/s 


5V4 


63/8 


7 


8 


B 


IVs 


iy4 


m I 1V16 


1% 23/,6 


2% 


3 


31/2 


4 


E — open 


4^16 


41V16 


51/4 6V16 


7 711/16 


83/4 


101/4 


11% 


131/4 


F — open 


41/8 


45/8 


53/16 6 


6% 7% 


8% 


10 


12 


133/4 


G 


1% 


2Vl6 


iVlG 23/4 


3Vi6 3% 


4V]6 


43/4 


8 


9 



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150-Pound 




Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves 

Granite Composition Disc 



WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 
250 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 




Granite 

Composition 

Disc 

Renewable 
Body Seat Ring 

Union Bonnet 




Globe, Screwed 



An^Ic, Screwed 



Cross Section 
No. 350y2C, Globe 

Brass Trimmed 



No. 35OV2C— Brass Trim. Nickel Alloy Sent— No. 352Vi C 
No. 355V2C — All-Iron. Iron or Steel Seat— No. 357 Vz C 




Cro<;s Section 
No. 3551/2 C. Globe 

All- Iron 



List Prices 



Size 



Inches 



'/4 



y% 



V2 



No. 3501/2 C or No. 3521/2 C, Screwed 



Eaehi 3.50 



3.60 



4.00 



•^4 
5.00 



IVj 



1V4 



b.OO 



No. 355V2 C or No. 3571/2 C. Screwed 



Each' 7.00 7.70 



8.40 



1L.20 I 15.40 



8.(i0 
18.20 



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12 
23 


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80 


19 
30 


00 
80* 





Service recommenciations : 1 hese rugged globe 
and angle valves, made with a cast iron bod\' and a 
malleable iron union bonnet ring and packing nut, 
are suitable Tor a wide \ariety of service. Equipped 
\\ith a composition disc, a renewable body seat ring, 
and made either brass trimmed or all-iron, they find 
wide application in many industries, especially on 
lines where discs must be easil>- and quick y renewed. 

The valves, when fitted with the proper disc, are 
suitable for steam, hot water, cold water, oil, gas. 
and similar fluids. All-iron \-al\-es are for use with 
fluids that attack brass but not iron or steel. 

Nos. 3501/2 C and 35214 C ; Brass Trimmed Valves 
with Composition Disc: These brass trimmed 
valves have a brass bonnet, stem, gland, disc holder 
and disc nut, and a Crane Nickel Alloy screwed-in 
body seat ring. 

Nos. 3551/2 C and 3571/2 C; All-Iron Valves with 
Composition Disc: These valves are completely 
all-iron in construction except for the composition 
disc. They have a malleable iron bonnet and disc 
holder, a steel stem and gland, and a steel or cast 
iron screwed-in bodv seat ring. 



Composition disc ; Lnless other\v isc or^lcred. these 
valves are ec^uippcd w ith No. 4 Cranite Discs, suit- 
able for high pressure steam. 

\V hen ordered for hot water, oil, gas, or gasoline, 
they arc furnished u ith a No, 1 Disc. \\ hen ordered 
for cold water or air. thev arc furnished with a No. 3 
Disc. l-"or list prices, data, and dimensions of 

Composition Discs, see page 1 ;8. 

Bonnet construction: The \alves ha\e a strong, 
serviceable, and practical union bonnet construction 
which proxides a tight body-bonnet connection. 
This feature facilitates dismantling for disc replace- 
ment, without danger of damaging the vaKc. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box on all these \aKcs 
is fitted with a gland and is filled with high grade 
packing. The \"aU"es. when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 

Interchangeability : E.xcept for the materials and 
the design of the seat and disc, the parts of all the 
150-Pound VaKes shown on this page and pages 
144 and 146 are completely interchangeable, sire lor 
size. This feature adds to the general utility of the 
valves and reduces stocks of repair parts. 



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A metal tag, secured tinder the wheel nut, shows the valve number and grade of disc. 

Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 


y* 


ys 


V2 


¥4 


1 


1V4 


l\2 


2 


A 


2% 


25/« 


3 


31/2 


41/8 


45/8 


51/4 


6% 


B 


I'/a 


Wi 


1% 


1V16 


1% 


2Vl6 


2^8 


3 


E — open 


4V,6 


43/4 

45/0 


5% 


61/8 

6 


71/8 

7 


7^8 

7V4 


83/4 

8% 


10 

10 


F — open 
G 


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1V4 


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2Vl6 


u /4 
29/lfi 


23/4 


3Vi6 


3% 


4Vl6 


4V4 




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400-Pound W.O.G. 

Malleable Iron Globe and Angle Valves 

Plug Type Disc 

WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam, 550° F. 
400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

Air Tested 






Cross Section 

No. 254 P, Globe 
Exelloy Stem 



Globe, Screwed 

No. 254 P. Exelloy Stem 
No. 255 P, Steel Stem 



.Angle. Screwed 

No. 256 P. Exelloy Stem 
No. 257 P, SteefStem 




Nickel Alloy Plug Type Disc and Exelloy Renewable Seat 

List Prices 



Cross Section 

No. 255 P, Angle 

Steel Stem 



Size 










Inches ^ 


V4 


% 


V2 


V4 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


No. 


254 P 


or 


No. 


256 P, 


Screwed 


Each 


9.30 


9>40 


10.00 


12.00 


15 


00 


19.00 


28.00 


38 


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No- 


255 P 


or 


No- 


257 P, 


Screwed 


Each 


9.30 


9.40 


10.00 


12.00 


15 


00 


19.00 


28.00 


38 


00 



Service recommendations: Crane 400-Pound 
W.O.G. Malleable Iron Globe and Angle Valves are 
exceptionally strong, compact, and rugged. They 
are ideal for oil lines where fire hazard legislates 
against the use of cast iron and for services where a 
material stronger than cast iron is desired. 

These valves hold pressure easily and when throt- 
tling, permit accurate regulation of flow. The wide and 
tapered plug type disc and seat is unusually resistant 
to wiredrawing and to damage from foreign matter. 

Materials and construction : The bodies, bonnets, 
and union bonnet rings are made from high grade 
malleable iron. Because of the generous metal 
sections provided in their design and the durability 
of the materials used, these parts contribute unusual 
ruggedness to the \'alves. They have a very liberal 
factor of safety at their maximum recommended 
working pressure. 

No. 2>4 P and No. 256 P valves are equipped with 
an Exelloy stem; No. 255 P and No. 257 P vaK'es 
have a steel stem, nickel-plated. 

Plug type disc and seat: All of these valves are 



equipped with a Crane Nickel Alloy plug type disc 
and an Exelloy renewable body seat ring. The 
tapered plug disc and seat ha\'e a wide bearing sur- 
face which offers excellent resistance to wiredrawing 
and to damage caused by foreign particles. 

The metals used in the disc and seat are an ideal 
combination and are superior to those ordinarily 
found in iron valve construction. Thev are strong, 
hard, and tough and are resistant to wear, tempera- 
ture, galling, and seizing. 

Union bonnet: The union bonnet connection, 
joining the body and bonnet in a metal to metal 
contact, is made up with a heavy malleable iron 
union ring. The joint is strong, tight, simple, and 
practical, yet when occasion demands, it can be 
easily dismantled and reassembled quickly. Gaskets 
are not required. 

Stuffing box: The stuffing box is unusually deep; 
it is fitted with a steel gland, a malleable iron packing 
nut, and is filled with high grade packing. 

Repacking: These \'alves, when wide open, can be 
repacked while under pressure. 



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Dimensions, in Inches 



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Size 


Va 


% 


Vi 


¥4 


1 


IV4 


iy2 


2 


A 


2^A 


2% 


3 


3V2 


4V8 


45/8 


51/4 


63/8 


B 


iVs 


Wa 


1% 


1V16 


lys 


2Vie 


2% 


3 


E — open 


4% 


45/8 


5V4 


feVa 


71/8 


77/8 


8% 


10 


F — open 


43/8 


4% 


5y4 


fiVa 


7V& 


7% 


sys 


10 


G 


13/4 


2Vl6 


2yi6 


23/4 


3V,6 


3% 


4Vl6 


43/4 



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Standard Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves 





No- 354, Globe 
Screwed 



No, 356, Angle 
Sc^e^^'■ed 







\S ORKLNG PRESSURE — 125 pounds steam 

TEST PRESSLHES — Shell test — 300 pounds hydrostatic 

Seat test — 225 pounds hydrostatic 

For general service on steam, \k acer, oil, and gas lines. Crane Iron Body 
Brass Mounted Globe and Angle X'ahes are ideal. Made with cast iron 
bodies, screwed-in brass bonnets with inside stem threads, and brass 
stems, body seat rings, and discs, they are sturdily constructed. 

The disc, made of solid brass, swivels on the stem. It is securely fas- 
tened to the stem with a disc stem ring and a lock washer. 

Repacking: These valves, ^hen vtide open, can be repacked while 
under pressure. 

List Prices and Dimensions 



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Size 



Inches 



2y2 I 






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No. 354 or No. 356 

AA— End to end. Globe 



Each 18.00 24.00 31.00 



A — Center to end. Angle 



Inches 6^^ ( 7 



8 



Inches 31^ 



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B— -Center to top, open. G lobe 
C — Center to top. open. Angle 



Inches 7^^ 



10 



Inches 



sy* 9y4 



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D — Diameter of wheel 



Inches 4yi6 5% 



For 

Union Bonnet 

Iran Body Globe 

and Angle Valves, 

see 
pages 144 to 147, 



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Iron Body Butterfly Valves 




WORKING PRESSL'RES 

1 1-inch and smaller — 125 px>unds steam 

or 200 pounds cold water. oiL or gas 
14-lnch and larger — 100 pounds steam 



Butterfly V^alves provide easy operation 
in about one-quarter turn from the wide 
open to the closed position. They are not 
intended to close pressure tight and should 
be used only to control or regulate flow. or 150 pounds cold water, oil, or gas 

TTie valves have iron body, steel stem, and brass disc. A malleable iron operating 
le\-er (not regularly furnished) can be supplied when ordered, at an extra price. 

On flanged vaK-es, the dimensions and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 
American Cast Iron Flange Standard. Class 125 iBioa-iQ30j. Flanges are plain faced 
with a smooth finish. Prices include drilling to this Standard; no deduction is made 
when vaK-es are ordered faced onlv. 

For Brass Butterfly Valves, see page 69. Sizes 10-inch and larger have a 

^ * bcltea gland (not liiustrated) . 

List Prices and Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 



Inches 2 , 2V2 i 3 i 31/2 I 4 



8 



10 



12 



14 



16 



No. 380 



Each 8.00 9.50 12.00 16.00 18.50 28.50 42.50 



No. 381. F. & D. 



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No. 381, Flanged 



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20 



24 



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Each 9.50 11.50 lo.OO 19.00 22.00 32. 00,47.00,90.00 12 5.00 160.00 275.00 350.00 425,00 525.00 700.00 
End to end. Screwed 4^4 4^4 



5V4 



5I2 



Face to face. Flanged 
Diameter of stem 
C. to top of stem 



63/4 ' 71/2 



41/4 I 43/4 I 51/4 SV2 



63/4 71/2 91/4 103/4 I2V2 I 14 



16 



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61 



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7Vr 81 



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Iron Body Throttle Valves 



Quick Acting 




These ruggedly built throttle valves are 
used extensively on hoisting and trac- 
tion engines u'hen absolute tightness is 
not essential. They open completely in 
one-quarter turn of the le\-er: stops are 
provided to limit the travel. The valves 
have a cast iron body, bonnet, and disc, 
and a brass stem. When required for 
250 pounds steam, they can be made of 
cast steel; prices on application. 



125 pounds steam working pressure 
List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


inches 


2I2 


3 


4 


No. 382 


Each 


30.00 


40.00 


60.00 


End to end 


Inches 


71/8 


8 


93/4 


C. to top of stem 


Inches 


IIV2 


121/4 


143/4 


C. to end of lever 


Inches 


233/4 


233/4 


233/4 




For Brass Throttle Valves, see page €9 



No. 382, Screwed 



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Iron Body Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 



With Yoke Bonnet 




Wheel 



Yoke Bushing 




Stem 


» 


Gland Mange 


Gland Flange 


Gland 




Packing 


Gland 


Bonnet 




Disc Stein Ring 


Packing 


Lock Washer 


Disc 
Holder 


Disc 




Disc Face 


Disc 


Body Seat Ring 


Disc 

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Disc Guide Stem 



Retaining 

Nut 



Body 




Globe Valve, Brass Trimmed 



Globe Valve, with Composition Disc 



General Description 

Crane Iron Body Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves the bridge cast integral with the body seat ring. 

with yoke bonnet are made in three weights. Vibration of the internal parts is thereby eliminated, 

Standard Valves pages 1 50 and 151 ^^^ ^^^^^ seating of the disc is assured. 

175-Pound Valves page 152 The disc guide stem is integral with the disc in 

150-Pound Valves page i 53 Standard Brass Trimmed VaKes and in the smaller 

All of these valves are similar in construction, differ- sizes of other \-alves. In larger sizes of other valves 

ing principally in proportions and in materials, the disc guide stem is screwed into the disc or disc 

The illustrations appearing above show cross sections holder and pinned. 

of typical valves. Variations in design are covered Gland and gland flange: All Crane Iron Body 

indetail on the pages that follow, numbers I 50 to 15 3- Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves have a two-piece 

Rugged construction: The valves are well pro- gland and gland flange. The gland flange is made of 

portioned and are ruggedlv constructed. They ha\-e malleable iron or forged steel. The gland is made of 

amply thick metal sections, and the metal is properly brass for brass trimmed and composition disc valves; 

distributed to assure maximum strength. for all-iron valves, it is steel. 

Bonnet- The bonnet is the yoke tvpe. Stem Gland studs and nuts for all brass trimmed valves 

threads are engaged in the voke on the outside where are made of bronze; for composition disc valves and 

they are not affected by the fluid in the line and all-iron valves, they are steel. 

where they can be easily lubricated, thereby mini- Stuffing box: Stuffing boxes are of liberal depth and 

mizing wear. are filled with high grade packing. A brass stem hole 

, „ , , r- -^^ r^joo \/nK-=c ci7P« fS-inrh bushing, fitted in the bottom of the stuffing box, is 

In Standard Composition DscVahess zes 6 nch ^J^^^ ^^ ^„ 5^^^^^^^ g^^^^ rnmm<,A Yah'es and 

and smaller, the stem ^^fd^ engage drectl> u it^ ^^ Standard Composition Disc Valves 8-.nch and 

the iron bonnet. For all "^^er 'ahes the s^em ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ,^ furnished in 

threads are engaged in a brass >oke bushing which B^^^^^ ^^^_^^^^ ^^^^^^ 
is screwed into the top of the bonnet yoke. 

Disc stem connection" All of these valves have a Repacking: These ^■alves, when wide open, can be 

iJisc-sreni connecLiuii. ^u w. ^ ^^^^, .^ .. „ repacked while under pressure, 

swivel disc or disc holder securely fastened to the J" , i , . 

stem with a disc stem ring. The connection is locked Wheel: 1 he wheel, having a tapered square hole, 

with a special lock washer. fits snugly on the square stem end and is held in 

, r- I J ATI place with a steel nut. It can be easily remo\'ed. 

Guided disc: Except for the -i-inch Standard All- f^^^^ , , . , , ,, ,. ' . . 

Iron Valves the disc or disc holder is closely guided Wheels of 24-inch and smaller diameter are made of 

throughout 'its travel bv a guide stem operating in malleable iron; larger diameters are cast iron. _ 



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Standard 

Iron Body Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 

WORKING PRESSURE — 125 pounds steam 

TEST PRESSURES 

I 2-inch and smaller — Shell test, 300 pounds hydrostatic 

— Seat test, 225 pounds hydrostatic 
14 and 1 6- inch — Shell test, 250 pounds hydrostatic 

— Seat test, 175 pounds hydrostatic 



Globe, Screwed 

No. 350 
Brass Trimmed 

No. 3501/4, All-Iron 





i^D 





Flanged 



Cross, Screwed 

No. 362 

Brass Trimmed 






Globe, Flanged 

No. 351, Brass Trimmed 

No. 3511/4, All-Iron 



Cross, Flanged 
No. 363, Brass Trimmed 



Angle, Screwed 

No. 352 

Brass Trimmed 

No. 3521/4, All-Iron 




Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimmed valves are ideal for 

steam or water lines, or for fluids that do not corrode brass or 
iron. They ha\-e iron bodies and bonnets, brass screwed-in body 
seat rings, "solid brass discs, and Cast Manganese Bronze stems. 

All-iron valves: For fluids that corrode brass but not iron, 
Crane all-iron \-al\-es are recommended. The bodies, bonnets, 
seats, and discs are iron; and the stems are steel, nickel-plated. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions Angle Valves in sizes 8-inch and smaller conform to 



Angle, Flanged 

No. 353, Brass Trimmed 

No. 3531/4. All-Iron 



and drilling of end flanges conform to the American 
Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125 (Bi6a-iq3q). 
Flanges are plain faced, with a smooth finish. 

Face to face and center to face : The face to face 



the American Ferrous Flanged Valve Standard 
(816.10-1939) for 125-Pound Cast Iron Globe and 
Angle Valves. This Standard does not include sizes 
larger than 8-inch or Cross Valves. 



and center to face dimensions of Flanged Globe and Drilling; 

List Prices, Each 



List prices of flanged valves include 
facing and drilling to the American Cast 
Iron Flange Standard, Class 125. No 
deduction is made when valves are 



Size 


Brass Trimmed 




All-Iron 




ordered faced on y. 

Dimensions, in Inches 






Screwed 


Flanged 


,F.&D. 


Screwed 

No. 

350 V4 

Globe, 

No. 
352V4 
Angle 


Flanged, F. & D. 

No. 

35IV4 

Globe, 

No. 
3531/4 
Angle 






No. 

350 
Globe, 

No. 

352 
Anfcle 


No. 

362 

Cross 


No. 

351 
Globe, 

No. 

353 
Angle 


No. 

363 

Cross 






A 


B 


c 


D 


Flange Dimensions 


Inches 


Globe 


Angle 

or 
Cross 


E 


b 


G 


No. and 

dia. of 

bolts 


2 


7.00 


8.50 


8.60 


11.00 


7.00 


8.60 


31/4 


4 


111/4 


i 111/4 


8 


6 % 43/4 


4-% 


2V2 


9.00 


11.75 


10.75 


14.50 


9.00 


10.75 


31/2 


41/4 


113/4 


113/4 


8 


! 7 ii/,6 51/2 


4-5/8 


3 


12.50 


16.25 


15.00 


20.00 


12.50 


15.00 


4 


43/4 


131/4 


13 


9 


71/2 3/4 6 


! 4-5/8 


31/2 


15.25 


20.00 


18.50 


25.00 1 




41/2 


51/4 


131/2 


131/2 


9 


8y2 'VlG 7 


8-5/8 


4 


19.00 


23.50 


22.50 


28.50 


i 19.00 


22.50 


5 


53/4 


151/2 


15 


10 


9 iyi6 71/2 


8-% 


5 


27.00 


35.25 


31.00 


41.00 


31.00 


5% 


61/2 


171/4 


i 17 


10 


10 15/16 8I/2 


8-3/4 


6 


37.50 


47.25 


42.00 


54.00 


42.00 


6V2 


7 


191/2 


1 191/4 


12 


11 1 91/2 


8-34 


8 


72 . 00 


92.00 


77.00 


100.00 




77.00 


9V4 


93/4 


251/4 


221/2 


16 


131/2 ll/s 113/4 


8-3/4 


10 


1 123.00 


175.00 




I 




121/4 


301/2 


261/2 


18 


16 13/16 141/4 


12 - Vg 


12 






187.00 


265.00 




! 




133/4 


331/2 


30 


20 


19 11/4 17 


12 - Vs 


14 


. 350.00 






J 


I 


! 151/2 


381/2 


i 331/2 


24 


21 13/8 183/4 


12-1 


16 




1 

1 


' 475 . 00 


1 








1 18 


423/4 


: 373/4 


27 


23l/,ilVi6 211/4 


16-1 



Description. . . page 149 



Valves far Marine Service. . . .page 469 



Templates for drilling. , . .page 55J 



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Standard 



Iron Body Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 

Composition Disc 



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WORKING PRESSURE — 125 pounds steam 

TEST PRESSURES 

Shell test — 300 pounds hydrostatic 
Seat test — 125 pounds steam 



Globe, Screwed 
No. 358 



Service Recommendations 

These \-aU-es are sturdy and well proportioned. Being 
equipped with a composition disc, they are suitable 
for a wide range of service. They will gi\-e excellent 
results on steam or water lines. 




Globe, Flanged 
No. 359 







Screwed 



Flanged 



Angle, Screwed 
No. 3601/2 



Cross, Scre\\"ed 
No. 3581/2 






Angle, Flanged 
No. 3611/2 



Cross, Flanged 
No. 3591/2 



Materials: These val\"es ha\"e iron bodies and 
bonnets. The stems are Cast Manganese Bronze, 
and the body seat rings are made of brass. Disc 
holders in the iV^ and 3-inch sizes are made of 
brass; in larger sizes, of cast iron. 

Discs: Crane Iron Body Globe, Angle, and Cross 
Valves with Composition Discs will regularly be 
furnished with No. i Steam Discs, suitable for steam 
service, unless orders specify the service for which 
the valves are required. 

When ordered for use in hot water service, they are 
furnished with a No. 2 Hot Water Disc. 



When ordered for cold water service, they are 
furnished with a No. 3 Cold Water Disc, 

For description, ser\'ice recommendations, and 
dimensions of composition discs, see page 178. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of end flanges conform to the American 
Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125 (Biba-iqjq). 
Flanges are plain faced, with a smooth finish. 

Drilling : List prices of flanged valves include facing 
and drilling to the American Cast Iron Flange 
Standard, Class 125. No deduction is made when 
valves are ordered faced only. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


List Prices, Each 










Dinnensions 


in Inches 








Screwed 


Flanged, 


F. &D. 


AA 


A 


BB 

1 


B 

• 


C 


D 


Flange 


Dimensions 




No. 358 
Globe, 

No. 3601/2 
Angle 


No. 3581/2 
Cross 


No. 359 

Globe, 

No. 361 1/2 

An jle 


No. 3591/2 
Cross 


E 


F 


G 


No. 

of 

Bolts 


Dia. 


Inches 


Globe 


Angle 

or 
Cross 


of 
Bolts 


2V2 


12.00 


16.00 


14.00 


19.00 


8 


4 


91/2 


43/4 


11 101/4 


8 


7 


IV16 


51/2 


4 
4 


% 


3 


16.75 


21.00 


18.50 


24.00 


8I/4 


4V8 


10 


5 


123/4 121/4 


9 


71/2 


¥4 


6 


% 


31/2 


19.50 




21.50 




9V2 


43/4 


11 


51/2 


131/2 131/2 


9 


8I/2 


^Vl6 


7 8 


% 


4 


24.00 


30.00 


26.00 


33.00 


IOV2 


51/4 


12 


6 


151/2 141/2 


10 


9 


IV16 


71/2 8 


% 


5 


40.00 


45.00 


42.00 


48.00 


121/4 


61/8 


14 


7 


173/4 I6I/4 


10 


10 


^Vl6 


81/2 8 


Va 


6 


48.00 


58.00 


50.00 


62.00 


14 


7 


16 


8 


191/2 191/4 


12 


11 


1 


91/2 8 

113/4 8 


3/4 


8 


90.00 


100.00 


90.00 


100.00 


ISVz 


91/4 


191/2 


93/4 


241/4 221/2 


16 


131/2 


iVa 


Va 


10 






130.00 


180.00 






241/2 


121/4 


29 261/4 


18 


16 


IV16 


141/4 1 12 


Vz 


12 




185.00 


270.00 






271/2 


13V4 


33 303/4 


20 


19 


IV4 


17 12 


% 



Description . . page 149 



Templates for drilling. . . page SSI 



Composition Discs . . page 178 



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175-Pound 

Ferrosteel Body Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 

Brass Trimmed 

WORKING PRESSURE — 175 pounds sceam 

TEST PRESSURES 

Shell test — 600 pounds hydrostatic 
Seat test — 450 pounds hydrostatic 

Service Recommendations 
Crane 175-Pound Ferrosteel Body Globe. Angle, and Cross 
N'ahes are ideally suited for the ser\ ices that are more 
severe than Standard Iron Body \ai\es can safely with- 
stand but where the use of 250-Pound X'ah-es is not justi- 
fied. Throughout their entire design and construction. 
these valves are hea\-ier. sturdier, and more rugged than 
Standard \"ah"es: they are recommended for general service 
on steam or water lines. 




Globe, Screwed 

No. 340 





.Ansle, Scre\^"ed 
No. 342 






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Center 
to face 




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Cross, Screwed 
No. 344 



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Angle, Flanged 
No. 343 




Globe, Flanged 
No, 341 




Cross, Flanged 
No, 345 



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Materials: Bodies are made oi Ferrosteel: bonnets 
are made of cast iron on sizes o-inch and smaller, and 
of Ferrosteel on sires S-inch and larger. All sire 
bodv seat ringis and discs in ^-inch and smaller are 
made of solid Crane Special Brass: larger size discs 
are iron with a rolled in seating face of Crane special 
Brass. Stems are made of Cast Manganese Bronze. 

Flange dimensions and facing; The dimensions 
and drilling of end flanges conform to the 250-Pound 
American Cast Iron Flange Standard (,Bit)b-i92S). 



Flanges have a J^fg-in^h raised face; the raised face is 
finished with concentric groo\es, approximately 
lb grooves per inch, known as a "serrated"" finish. 

\ ahes with male, female, tongtie, or groo\"e faces are 
made to order: see page ^00 for dimensions and the 
Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Drilling: List prices of flanged vaKes include 
facing and drilling to the ijo-Pound American Cast 
Iron Flange Standard. N'o deduction is made when 
valves are ordered faced only. 











List Prices and Dimensions 












> 




Size 




List Pric 


es. Each 




Dimensions, in Inches 




Screwed 


Flanged, 


F. &D. 


Screwed Flanged 


n 


Flange Dimensions 


Inches 


No. 340 
Globe, 

No. 342 
Angle 


No. 344 
Cross 


No. 341 

Globe. 

No. 343 

Angle 


No. 345 
Cross 


AA 


A 


BB 


B 


C 


E 


F 


G 


H 


No. 

of 

Bolts 


Dia. 

of 

Bolts 


2 


13.00 


15.00 1 


73/4 


3-/8 9 (41/2 111/2 


8 


6I/2 


'/8 43/16 ^ 5 


8 


% 


2^2 


16.00 


22.00 


18.00 


25.00 


8 14 10 ! 5 12^i 


9 


7V2 


1 415/16 \5% 


8 


3/4 


3 


20.00 


:7.oo 


23.00 


31.00 


8I/4 41/8 11 51,2 141 4 


10 


8I/4 IVs 'Siiie '65^ 


8 


V4 


31/2 


:4.oo 


32.00 


28.00 


37.00 


91/2 434 12 


6 151 2 


10 


9 


l^.'ie 65/16 71/4 


■ 8 


V4 


4 


:s.oo 


37.00 


33.00 


43.00 


10^2' 51^4 S 13 6»^2 'I6I/4 


10 


10 1 V'i 


6is/i6'7-s 


8 


3/4 


5 


42.00 


54.00 


47.00 


60.00 


12V4! bVs 141/2 71/4 I8V4 


12 


u 1% 85/16 ; 91/4 


8 


V4 


6 


50.00 


65.00 


55.00 


72.00 


14 7 16 8 201/4 


14 


121/2 lVl6i91Vlfi 105/g 


12 


3/4 


8 


90.00 


115.00 


95.00 


122.00 


181 2 


91/4 


20 


10 2434 


16 


15 '■ iSg '1115/16 13 


12 


% 


10 






145 . 00 


195.00 


1 I22V2IIIV4 28V2 


20 


171^ IVs i 141^6 151/4 


16 


1 


12 






200.00 


275-00 






251^2 


123/4 


3114 


20 


201'. 


2 


I6-/16 


1734 


16 


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Description . , . page 149 



Templates for drilling . , , .page 552 



Special Facings . . . page 5S0 



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250-Pound 



Ferrosteel Globe, Angle, and Cross Valves 



Brass Trimmed 




Globe, Screwed 
No. 20 E 



WORKING PRESSURE — 250 pounds steam, 500° F. 
HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURES 

Shell test — 800 pounds Seat test — 550 pounds 

Service recommendations: These valves ha\-e very hea\'y 
metal sections and are unusually rugged. Thev are recom- 
mended for high pressure and severe service on steam or 
water lines. 

Materials: The body and bonnet are Ferrosteel. The disc is 
solid Crane Hard Metal in sizes 3H-inch and smaller, and iron 
with a large Hard Metal seating face rolled in on larger sizes. 
The body seat ring, too. is Crane Hard Metal, a strong, wear- 
resisting bronze. The stem is Cast Manganese Bronze 




Globe, Flanged 
No. 21 E 







BB 



Anpile, Screwed 
No. 22 E 



Cross, Screwed 
No. 24 E 



Center 

to face 

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-Angle, Flanged 
No. 23 E 



Cross, Flanged 
No. 25 E 



Seat: Sixes 6-inch and smaller ha\-e a 45° seat; 
larger sizes have a flat seat. 

Face to face: The face to face and center to face 
dimensions of the Flanged Globe and .A.ngle X'aUes 
sizes 8-inch and smaller conform to the American 
Ferrous Flanged VaK'e Standard (B16. io-rQ3Q). 
This Standard does not include the lo-inch size and 
Cross Valves. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling ot end flanges conform to the 250-Pound 
American Cast Iron Flange Standard (Bibb-iqzS). 



Flanges have a He-inch raised face; the raised face is 
finished with concentric groo\-es, approximately ib 
groo\es per inch, known as a ""serrated"' finish. 

Valves with male, female, tongue, or groo\-e faces 
are made to order; see page 560 for dimensions and 
the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Drilling: List prices of flanged \-aIves include facing 
and drilling to the 250-Pound .American Cast Iron 
Flange Standard. No deduction is made when \-alves 
are ordered faced only. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


List Prices, Each 








Dimensions, 


in Inches 












Screwed 


Flanged 


F. &D. 


Sere 

AA 


wed 
A 


Flanged 


c 

Globe 


Angle 

or 
Cross 


D 




Fl 


an ^e dimensions 




[nches 


No. 20 E 
Globe, 

No. 22 E 
Angle 


No. 24 E 
Cross 


No. 21 E 
Globe, 

No. 23 E 
Angle 


No. 25 E 
Cross 


RR 


B 


E 


F 


G 


H 


No. 

of 

bolts 


Dia. 
of 

bolts 


2 26.00 


33.00 


27.50 


35.00 


9y2 


43/4 


101/2 51/4 


133/4 


13 


9 


61/2 


% 


4Vl6 





8 


% 


21/2 33.00 


40.00 


35.00 


43.00 


10^4 


5% 


111/2 53/4 


143/4 


133/4 


10 


71/2 


1 


41V16 


SVs 


8 


V4 


3 37.00 


45.00 


40.00 


50.00 


113/4 


5% 


121/2 6I/4 


161/4 


151/4 


10 


8V4 


IVs 


5'Vl6 


6% 


8 


% 


31/2 42.00 


50.00 


45.00 


55.00 


UVa 


6% 


131/4 6% 


17 


171/4 


10 


9 


IV16 


6V16 


71/4 


8 


Vi 


4 ' 46.00 


55.00 


50.00 


60.00 


13 


6V2 


14 7 


183/4 


171/2 


12 


10 


IV4 


6'VlG 


7% 


8 


V4 


5 61.00 


75.00 


65.00 1 


80.00 


15 


71/2 


153/4 7% 


21 


191/2 


14 


11 


1% 


8V16 


91/4 


8 


V4 


6 75.00 


95.00 


80.00 


100.00 


161/2 


8 1/4 


171/2 83/4 


231/2 


22 


16 


121/2 


IV16 


911/16 


10% 


12 


V4 


8 




120.00 


150.00 






21 101/2 


283/4 


26 1/4 


20 


15 


1% 


ll^Vl6 


13 


12 


Vs 


10 i 




200.00 


250.00 


1 


241/2 121/4 


33 


293/4 


24 


171/2 


1% 


14V,6 


151/a 


16 


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Templates for drilling . page 552 



Special facings . page 560 



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Pages Q7 to i66 show the commonly used types of Crane 
Iron Body Valves: Wedge Gate, pages q; to n8; Double 
Disc Gate, pages i iq to 141 ; Globe, Angle, and Cross, pages 
143 to 153; and Check and Foot, pages 155 to ibb. In 
addition to these. Crane Co. supplies a wide assortment of 
Iron Body Valves for special services and in designs that will 
automatically perform a specified duty in piping installa- 
tions. For greater convenience, such valves are shown in 
other sections of this catalog, along with related products. 



Ferrosteei Stop-Check \ alves page 37^ 

Ferrosteel Blow-Off Valves page 37b 

Iron Body Back Pressure Valves pages 378 and 379 

Iron Body Float Valves pages 3S0 and 381 

Iron Body Pulp Stock Valves page 375 

Iron Body Safety Xahes pages 38Q to 3g3 

Iron Body Relief Valves. . , pages 401 to 407 

Alloy Cast Iron Gate \'alves page 456 

Iron Body V^alves for Klarine Service pages 4t>8, 4^Q. and 47^ 

Ferrosteel Valves for .Ammonia pages 481 and 482 



Crane Steel Valves 



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For severe services and for pressures and temperatures 
that are beyond the scope of brass or iron valves, Crane 
Co. manufactures a complete line of forged or cast steel 
valves. Crane Steel Valves are of outstanding quality; 
they embody many worthwhile refinements in design, ma- 
terials and workmanship which contribute to longer life, 
more efficient operation, and more satisfactory service. 



Steel Gate Valves pages zqj to 307 

Steel Globe and Angle Valves pages 30Q to 32b 

Steel Check Valves pages 327 to 336 



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Iron Body Check and Foot Valves 



Check Valves 

1 50-Pound with Union Cap. Nickel Alloy Seat and Disc page i 56 

150-Pound with Union Cap, Compositich Disc pa^e 156 

Union Cap, tor Gasoline Service paae m- 

Union Cap, for Pump Service paee i Vv 

400-Pound W.O.G. Malleable Iron, Swing Type '.'.'.'.['.'.'. '.page 156 

Standard with Bolted Cap, Lift Type. paae i en 

Standard with Bolted Cap, Swing Type pages 160 and 161 

Standard \\-ith Bolted Cap, Underwriters' Pattern pa^^e 164 

250-Pound with Bolted Cap, Swing Type. . . . pa|e 165 

800-Pound Hydraulic with Bolted Cap, Swing Type page 166 

Swing Check, with Outside Lever and Weight '. . .page 163 

Foot Valves 

With Brass Disc page i6z 

With Leather Disc pac^e itz 

With Multiple Rubber Disc ..'......./....... ."page 163 

For High Pressure Service pa^e 16- 



The liberal variety of sizes and types of Crane Iron 
Body Check and Foot Valves assures an adequate selec- 
tion for all ordinary service requirements. In addition, 
the Stop-Check Valves shown on pages 370 to 374 are 
frequently used to excellent advantage for regular check 
valve service in boiler feed lines, in the discharge lines 
from high pressure pumps, and in the discharge lines 
from air compressors. The Ferrosteel Check Valves 
for ammonia, shown on page 482, also are frequently 
used on water and air lines under pulsating service. 



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150-Pound 

Iron Body Check Valves 

Nickel Alloy or Composition Disc 

WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 
250 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 






Cross Section 

No. 366V2, Horizontal 

Crane Nickel AIIov Disc 

Crane Nickel Alloy Seat 



Horizontal, Screwed Angle. Screwed 

No. 366I/2. Nickel Alloy Disc No. 367V2, Nickel Alloy Disc 

No. 366 V2 C, Composition Disc No. 367V2 C, Composition Disc 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Cross Section 
No. 366V2 C, Horizontal 

Composition Disc 
Crane Nickel Alloy Seat 



Size 


Inches 1/4 Vs V2 Vi 1 IV4 


IV2 2 


No. 366V2, No. 3671/2, No. 366V2 C, or No. 367V2 C 


Each 3.20 3.30 3.60 4.50 5.50 6.60 


10.00 17.00 


End to end, Horizontal 


Inches 23/8 2% 3 31/2 41/8 45/3 


5V4 1 63/8 


Center to end. Angle 


Inches IVg IV4 13/8 IV16 lyg 23/16 


23/8 1 3 




Horizontal 


Inches IV16 IV16 IV4 2Vi6 2V,6 211/16 


33/16 3% 


Center to top 


Angle 


Inches P/g IV2 l^Vie 2 21/4 lVi6 


3 33/8 


I'or list prices of Comfijosition Ui^Ci 


-for No. 366V2 C or No- 36/14 C Valves, see page 17S. 





Service reconromendations : These check valves 
are recommended for small lines carrying steam, hot 
water, cold water, oil gas, and similar fluids. They 
are compact and are ruggedly constructed. 

Construction: The \'ahes have a union cap, pro- 
viding a strong, tight joint. The disc or disc holder 
is guided both at the top and at the bottom, assuring 
square seating. 

Materials: The body is cast iron; the cap is brass; 
and the cap ring, malleable iron. 

The No. 366}.^ and 'No. 3673^ Valves have a Nickel 



Alloy disc and body seat ring. Crane Nickel Alloy 
is hard and offers excellent resistance to wear. 

The No. 3663^^ C and INo. 3673/^ C Valves have a 
brass disc holder and a Nickel Alloy body seat ring. 

Unless otherwise ordered, the Nos. 3663^ C and 
3t)73^C Valves are furnished with a No. i Steam 
Disc, suitable for steam. When ordered for hot 
water, oil, or gas, they are furnished with a No. 2 
Hot W'ater Disc; when ordered for cold water or air, 
with a No. 3 Cold Water Disc. For description and 
dimensions of discs, see page 178. 



^400-Pound W.O.G. 




Malleable Iron Swing Check Valves 



WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds oil, 550° F. 
400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



Air tested 

- 

List Prices and Dimensions 




No, 346 V21 Screwed 



Cross Section, No. 346y2 



Size Inches Yq V^ % 1 ly^ Wz 2 


No. 3461/2, Screwed Each 4.00 S.OO 6.50 8.00 11.00 14.00 20.00 


End to end Inches 23^ 2% 31/16 35/8 4^^ | 4i3/i6 S'-Vie 


Center to top of ca") Inches' \% 1% l^k W2 2% 3^8 3% 



Service recommendations: These vaKes are es- 
pecially suitable for oil lines where fire hazard legis- 
ates against the use of cast iron, and for corrosive 

services \\'here all-iron vah'es are satisfactory but 

where a material stronger than cast iron is desired. 

The valves are compact and rugged. 

Meterials: The body, cap, disc, and hinge are made 



of tough, durable malleable iron. The hinge pin is 
made of Exelloy. 

Regrinding: The valves can be reground without 
taking the body from the line. By removing the 
stop plug, a screw driver can be engaged with the 
slot in the disc spud, making it easy to rotate the 
disc when regrinding. 



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Iron Body Check Valves 

For Gasoline Service 




WORKING PRESSURES 
Air Tested 



15 pounds gasoline 

Patent Pending 





Cross Section 
No. 642 



Crane i\o. 642 and No. 644 Check Valves are 
especially suited for gasoline service Thev are 
recommended for suction lines and gravity 
pressures up to i 5 pounds maximum, where the 
yaWes are installed in accessible locations. 

Construction and materials: These valves 
are niade ^^■ith a cast iron body, a brass cap, a malleable iron cap ring, and a brass 
disc holder; the body and the cap ring are galvanized. The design and materials 

in the seat and disc — a Crane No. 6 



No. 642, Horizontal No. 644, Angle 

Screwed Screwed 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches V2 



% 



No. 642 or 644, Galvanized 
End to end. Horizontal 
Center to end. Angle 



1 I IV4 I IM 



Each] 3.75 |5. 2517. 00' 9.30 112.55 19.00 



Inches; 3 ! 3V 2 , 4V« I 45/, \ 5V. | ^3/^, 



Center to top 



Inches! IV 16 I IJillVR I 23/,^ ; 2Viq j 3 



Horizontal Inches] la/^ |2Mfi!25/,e 2^ U^i 3 



Angle 



Inches TU/ie! 2 | 21/4 ; 2Vi6 : 2V& 



3% 
33/8 



Composition Discs . . . page 178 



Gasoline Disc and an aluminum alloy 
renewable body seat ring — are spe- 
cifically selected for their successful 
resistance to the action of gasoline. 

Testing: Each valve is shell tested 
with 80 pounds air. The seat is tested 
with one foot head of kerosene. 



Brass Check and Foot Valves for gasoline service . page 53 





No. 25, Horizontal, Screwed 
With 34-inch Bottom Outlet 



Iron Check Valves 

For Pump Service 



WORKING PRESSURES 
40 pounds cold water, 
with Soft Rubber Disc. 

75 pounds cold water, 
with Hard Rubber Disc. 



Orders must specify pres- 
sure, or advise if soft 
or hard disc is wanted. 





Service recommendations : These valves 

are i'deal for installation between Deep Well 

Pumps and Storage Tanks for pulsating ser\-- |i^ 



No. 25y2i Horizontal, Screwed 
Without Bottom Outlet 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Inches 



% 



ice when pressures do not exceed 75 pounds. No. 25, with Yz" bottom outl et Eac h J 4 . 75 1 5 . 50 j 6 . 50 

The No. 25 Check Valve has a 3^-inch hot- No. 251/2, without bottom ou tlet 
torn outlet for direct supply to system; the End to end 



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Each 4.004.75I5.75 7.0019.50 



Inches! 3^2 | 4y8 [ 45/8 I 51/4 i 63/$ 



hole through the diaphragm permits bleeding Center to top 

of pressures to actuate a pressure switch. Center to end of bottom outlet Inches] 13/a ! lYz I 13^ 



Inches! 21/8 I 23/a I 2% | 3 | 35^ 



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Materials : The \^al\'es have cast iron body, brass and bronze spring ; the bodv and cap ring are galvan- 
cap, malleable iron cap ring, rubber disc, brass seat, ized. Discs are made of either hard or soft rubber. 





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No, 15071/2 Horizontal 
Screwed 



Ferrosteel Check Valves 



Crane Co. manufactures a complete line of small size Ferrosteel Check Valves for 
ammonia service; see page 482. 

These valves, because of their dashpot cushion design, are used successfully to com- 
bat pulsation in pipe lines leading from air compressors or reciprocating types of 
boiler feed pumps. 

The disc is very effectively cushioned by means of an attached piston \\-hich operates 
in a dashpot. Friction rings on sizes i^-inch and larger tend to reduce dashpot 
leakage further and assist in slowing down the disc. 

For complete description, prices, and dimensions, see page 482. 



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Crane iron body swing check valves, 
iron body ^>.edge gate ^'alv€S, and iron 
flanged fittings and flanges on water 
lines in an electric light and power plant. 



• 





Criine iron body ^ate vaK es and cast iron flanged 
fittings in the w atcr lines to mixing boxes in a paper milh 



Crane valves and fittings are 
\\idelv used in textile mills- 






Centrifugal pumps in a mi.jnici- 
pal \\atcr \^orks using Crane 
Undcrw Titer?" chock valves. 



The diesel plant piping of 
a large irrigation system, 
fitted with Crane products. 



A multiple boiler automatic 
school heating installation 
completely Crane-equipped. 



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Standard 

Iron Body Check Valves 

Brass Trimmed 

WORKING PRESSURE 

125 pounds steam 

TEST PRESSURES 
Shell test — 300 pounds hydrostatic 
Seat test — 225 pounds hydrostatic 



Cross Section 
No. 367, Horizontal 






Cross Section 
No. 368, Vertical 



No. 366, Horizontal 
Screwed 



No. 367, Horizontal 
Flanged 





v7 



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No. 368, \ertical 
Screwed 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


List Prices, Each 








Dimensions, in 


Inches 












Horizontal Vertical 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


J 


No. 

of 

Bolts 


Dia. 


Inches 


No. 366 
Screwed 


No. 367 

Flanged 

F & D. 


No. 368 
Screwed 


of 
Bolts 


2 


3.60 


1 


6V2 




3V2 






2 












r^k 


6.50 


i 9.50 


7 




4V4 


7 


4V4 


2V2 












3 


8.90 


11.50 12.50 


8 


91/2 


5 


8 


5 


6 


71/2 


3/4 


6 


4 


% 


4 


14.25 


18.00 ! 21.00 


10 


IIV2 


6V4 


10 


6 


4 


9 


^Vie 


7y2 


8 


% 


5 


22.00 


26.00 33.00 


IIV4 


13 


7 


IIV4 


7 


5 


10 


1V16 


8V2 


8 


¥4 


6 


30.00 


35.00 


40.00 


13 


14 


8V4 


13 


73/4 


6 


11 


1 


9V2 


8 


3/4 


8 




62 00 ' 




19V2 


IIV4 






8 


131/2 


IVs 


113/4 


8 


¥4 



Service recommendations: These horizontal and 
vertical check valves are recommended for general 
service on steam lines. 

Construction : The valves are rugged and well pro- 
portioned. The disc is accurately guided both at the 
top and bottom, assuring square seating. The body 
seat ring is screwed into the body. 

Horizontal check valves: The No. 366 Valves 
have a brass scre\ved-in cap on sizes 3-inch and 
smaller and an iron bolted cap on larger sizes. The 
No. 367 Valves have an iron bolted cap on all sizes. 
All horizontal check valves in sizes 6-inch and smaller 
have a solid brass disc; the S-inch size has an iron 
disc with a brass seating face. All of these valves 
have a brass body seat ring. 

Templates for drilling . page SSI 



Vertical check valves : The No. 368 Vertical Check 
Vah"es ha\'e an iron bolted cap, a solid brass disc, and 
a brass body seat ring. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 
American Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125 
fBi6a-rQ3q). The flanges are plain faced, with a 
smooth finish. 

Drilling: The list prices of flanged valves include 
facing and drilling to the American Cast Iron Flange 
Standard, Class 115. No deduction is made when 
valves are ordered faced only. 

Larger sizes: When larger size check valves are 
wanted, we recommend the use of the swing check 
valves shown on page ibi. 



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Standard 



Iron Body Swing Check Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 



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No. 373, Flanged 



Brass Trimmed Valves 

No. 372, Screwed 

No. 373, Flanged 

No. 3741/4, Hub Ends 

All-Iron Valves 

No. 3721/2, Screwed 
No, 3731/2, Flanged 




No. 374l^, Hub End 



These valves may he used either 
in a horizontal position or in a 
vertical position for upward How. 



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Brass trimmed valves: Brass trimnned valves are 

recommended for steam or water, or for fluids that 
do not corrode brass. 

Unless other\\'ise ordered, No, 372, No, 373, and No. 
3-4.1:4 brass trimmed vaK'es are furnished with a 
brass or brass faced disc. Sizes 3-inch and smaller 
ha\'e a solid brass disc; larger sizes have a cast iron 
disc with a brass seating face. 

The brass bod)- seat ring is screwed into the body. 

All-iron valves: All-iron ^'aIves are recommended 
for gas, or for fluids that corrode brass but not iron. 

The seating surfaces are cast integral with the body 
and disc. Valves with screwed-in body seat rings 
can be supplied when ordered; prices on application. 

Leather disc: When so ordered, any of the brass 
trimmed valves can be furnished with a leather faced 
disc. The table of list prices shown on the opposite 
page includes the extra charge for leather faced discs. 

Leather faced disc valves are recommended only for 
cold water lines. 

Construction: Standard Iron Body Swing Check 
VaK'es are well proportioned and are sturdily con- 
structed. The bodies are oval or globular in shape, 
pro\iding an ample f^ow area around the disc when 
the valve is wide open. All sizes have the hinge 
suspended in the body. 



The valves are designed so that the disc cannot stick 
in the open position. 

Hub end valves : The hubs on hub end valves are 

suitable for Class "D" cast iron pipe. 

By-passes: Extra list prices for by-passes on sizes 
] 1-inch and larger are shown on the opposite page. 
By-passes are the '"bolted" type, made with a brass 
trimmed iron wedge gate valve having a non-rising 
stem. ■ , 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 

and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 
American Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125 
{Bi6a-iQ3Q). The flanges are plain faced, with a 
smooth finish. 

Face to face dimensions : The face to face 
dimensions of the flanged valves sizes 6-inch and 
smaller conform to the American Ferrous Flanged 
VaK-e Standard fB!6.io-iq3Q), for 125-Pound Cast 
Iron Swing Check Valves. Sizes 8-inch and larger 
are not included in this Standard. 

A.P.I. Standard: When used on pressures not 
exceeding 175 pounds at atmospheric temperatures, 
the flanged vaK'es in 2. 2]/^, 3, 4. and 6-inch sizes 
conform to the American Petroleum Institute 
(A.P.I.) Standard No. 5-G-1, Second Edition, Sep- 
tember, 1Q38, for 175-Pound Iron Pipe Line Swing 
Check Valves. 





Working pressures 


Hydrostatic test pressures 


Size of 


Screwed or flanged valves Hub end valves 


Screwed, flanged, 
It 11 


Valve 


Saturated 
steam 


Cold water, oil, 
or gas-^ non-shock 


Cold water or gas 
non-shock 


or hub end valves 




Shell test Seat test 


2 to 12-inch 
14 and 16-inch 

18 to 24-inch 


125 pounds 
125 pounds 


200 pounds 

150 pounds 
150 pounds 


200 pounds 
150 pounds 
150 pounds 


350 pounds 
250 pounds 
250 pounds 


225 pounds 
175 pound"" 
175 pounds 



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Standard 

Iron Body Swing Check Valves 

Brass Trimmed or All-Iron 

For working pressures, see the preceding page. 




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Screwed 

No. 372, Brass Trimmed 

No. 372^/2, All-Iron 



Flanged 

No. 373, Brass Trimmed 

No. 3731/2, All-Iron 



Hub Ends 
No. 3741/4, Brass Trimmed 



The list prices of flanged valves include facing and drilling 
to the American Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125. No 
deduction is made when valves are ordered faced only. 



List Prices 




No. 373 Check Valve 
with Bolted By-Pass 



Siz 



Inches 



Brass Trimmed Valves 



All-Iron Valves 



No. 372 
Screwed 

Each 



No. 373 

Flanged 

F. & D. 

Each 



No. 3741/4 
Hub Ends 

Each 



No. 372V2 


No. 37372 


Screwed 


Flanged 




F. & D. 


Each 


Each 



Extra for 
Leather Faced Disc 

for 

No. 372, No. 373, or 

No. 3741/4 Valves 

Per Valve 



Extra for 
Bolted By-Pass 



Size of 

By-Pass 

Inches 



Per 

Valve 



11.00 



13.00 



11.00 



13.00 



2V2 



12.00 



1.00 



14.50 



12.00 



14.50 



13.50 



1.50 



17.00 



17.00 



13.50 



31/2 



17.00 



2.00 



17.50 



21.00 



2.50 



20.00 



24.00 



24.00 



20.00 



24.00 



3.00 



30.00 



34.00 



34.00 



36.00 



4.00 



41.00 



41.00 



41.00 



4.00 



M 70.00 [ 75.00 ' 75.00 75.00 7.50 


10 115.00 115.00 i( 10.00 




12 16E..00 168.00 i 12.00 


2 


49.00 


14 , , 340.00 340.00 1 


No 

Extra 

Charge 


16 i 450.00 450.00 


3 




18 bOO.OO 600.00 


74.00 


20 , 700.00 700.00 ' 




24 1000.00 1000.00 | 


4 


99.00 



Dimensions, in Inches 



1 

I 



Size 




2 


21/2 


3 


31/2 4 5 


6 


8 


10 12 


14 16 


18 


20 


24 


Screwed 


End to end 


61/2 


7 


8 


9 10 111/4 


121/2 


I8V2 














Face to face 


8 


8 1/2 


91/2 


IOV2 111/2 13 


14 


191/2 


241/2 271/2 


31 36 


36 


40 


48 




I.D. of port 


2 


2V2 


3 


31/2 4 5 


6 


8 


10 12 


14 16 


18 


20 


24 




Flange dia. 


6 


7 


7V2 


j 8I/2 1 9 10 


11 


131/2 


16 19 


21 231/2 


25 


271/2 


32 


rianged 


Flange thick. 


% 


^Vl6 


^4 


^ViePVie ^Vie 


1 


iVs 


IV16 IV4 


1% IV16 


IVie 


1"/16 


1% 




Bolt circle 


43/4 


51/2 


6 


7 71/2 8 1/2 


91/2 


113/4 


141/4 17 


183/4 211/4 


223/4 


25 


291/, 




No. of bolts 


4 


4 


4 


8 8 8 


8 


8 


12 12 


12 16 


16 


20 


20 




Dia. of bolts 


% 


% 


% 


% % V4 


% 


V4 


% ys 


1 1 


IVa 


iVs 


IV4 


Hub 


End to end 






101/2 


12 


14 


191/2 


241/2 271/2 


31 1 36 


32 


35 


40 


Ends 


LD, of hub 






4.75 


5.62 


7.87 


10.00 


12.25 14,37 


16,50(18.75 


20.87 


23.00 


27.25 




Depth of hub 






2.75 


3.00 


3.00 


3.50 


3.50 3.50 


3.50 4.00 


4.00 


4.00 


4.00 




Size of by-pass 


1 












2 


2 3 


3 


3 


4 


By-Pass 


C. to outside 


1 










22 


233/4 1 271/2 


291/4 


303/4 


343/4 




Center to top 














IIV2 


iiy2 141/4 


141/4 


141/4 


17 


Center to t 


op of valve 


41/2 


43/4 


51/2 


6 61/2 71/4 


8 


10% 


121/8 133/4 


16 1734 


171/2 


20 


21 



Templates for drilling. , page 551 



Normal thread engagement . . . page 591 






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Iron Body Foot Valves 

Leather or Brass Disc 





Screv.ed 



Flanged 



Leather or Brass Disc Foot Valves 
No. 394, Leather Disc, Screwed 
No. 395, Leather Disc, Flanged 
No. 3941/2, Brass Disc, Screwed 
No. 3951/2, Brass Disc, Flanged 



SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS 

These valves are recommended for suction lines on 
shallow well pumps where the pressure does not ex- 
ceed 34-foot head (approximately 15 pounds), but 
they will safely stand 25 pounds pressure on priming 
purnp service," when not subjected to the pulsations 
of the pump. 

The leather disc valves are especially suitable for cold 
water; the brass disc valves, for hot water. 



List prices of Ranged valves include facing and drilling to 
the American Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125 on 
sizes 3r 2-inch and smaller, and to the25-Pound American 

Tentative Cast Iron Flange Standard on sizes 4-inch and 
larger. No deduction is made if ordered faced only. 



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Inches 



V4 



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IVa 



31/2 



8 



14 



16 



List Prices. Each 



Leather Disc 

Valves 



No. 394 
Screwed 



No. 395 
Flanged 
F. & D. 



Brass Disc 

Valves 



Black' Galv. Black Galv. 



No. 3941/2 
Screwed 



No. 3951/2 
Flanged 

F. & D. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Largest 
Outside Dianaeter 

of Body 



Flange dimensions 



Black Galv. Blackl Galv. 



No. 
394 



No. 
395 



No. 
3941/2 



No. 
3951/2 



Diam- 
eter 



Thick- 
ness 



Bolt 
circle 



1.15 1.75 



33/4 



t 



1.3Q! 2.00 
1.401 2.10 



33/4 



8.00 8.30 



4M 



8 



41/ 



8 



11/2 I 1.901 2.85! 



9.00 9.40 



43/4 



43/4 



7740 3T6O 3.50' 5.50 10.00 10-50 



i 51/2 1 6 I 51/2 



71A ' 3.301 5.00' 4.50' 7.00' 11 .00 H -70 



3 901 5.75' 5.751 9.00' 12.00 12.80 
5^0' R.50 7.50' 12.00 13.00 '14.20 



7.301 11.00 9.501 15.00' HTOO 15.50 



6I/4 



6I/4 



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16 



13.00' 14. 30:! 7 171/2' 7 



71/2 71/2 



Vi 



8 



15.00' 17.2511 SVr I 9 I 8Vs ' 9 



V4 



id'?.^ ??.'flO, 17.501 27.00118.00 121.00, 2Q.00i 23.85||n3/4!nV4| IIV4 I H V4 



V4 



hd'nmin'ool 7 Q.OQ:120.QO: 80.00 i98. 50! 85.00105.001' 1 8 ' 18 ' 2OV4 I 2QI/4 I 16 



10 

12 1100.00 155.00112.00 170.00' 



% 



135.001159.00, 20% 2OV4 



241/8 19 



1 



150.00 



200.00 



21 



231/2 



No. of 
bolts 



V2 I 43/4 



51/2 



7V: 



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Dia.of 
bolts 



14.00' 15.80! 8% 18% I 8% I 8% ' 8V2 ' ^Vie ' ^ ! ^ 



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17 I 12 



iVs 1 18V4 1 n 



V/s 1 211/4 1 16 



% 



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Shape of strainer: Sizes 6-mch and smaller have a 
semi-spherical strainer as shown on the illustration of 
the screwed end valve; the larger sizes have a fiat 
bottom strainer as shown on the illustration of the 
flanged end valve. 

Materials and construction: The leather disc 
valves have a cast iron body, strainer, and seat. 
Sizes 6-inch and smaller have one disc; larger sizes 
ha\"e two discs. 

The brass disc \-ah-es have a cast iron body and 
strainer and a brass seat. Size 6-inch and smaller 
have one disc; larger sizes have four discs. 

Brass Foot Valves page 54 



Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flange on valves 4-inch and 
larger conform to the 25-Pound American Tentative 
Cast Iron Flange Standard CBi6b2-iQ3 0- On 
smaller sizes, the diameter and drilling of the end 
flange conform to the American Cast Iron Flange 
Standard, Class 125 (Bi 6a- 1939)- The flange is 
plain faced, with a smooth finish. 

When so ordered, the flange on sizes 5-inch and larger 
can be drilled to the 125-Pound American Standard. 
Full face gaskets should then be used to avoid dis- 
torting the flange. 

Templates for drilling page SSI 




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Ferrosteel Foot Valves 

Multiple Rubber Disc 




Multiple Rubber Disc Foot Valve 
No. 397, Planned 



Service recommendations : These \-aK-es are rec- 
ommended for the same ser\-ice as the leather disc 
valves shown on the opposite page. 

Materials and construction: The \-ahes ha\e a 
Ferrosteel body, cast iron strainer and seat, and brass 
valve stems and springs: they have handholes to 
facilitate cleaning and repairing. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flange conform to the 25- 
Pound American Tentative Cast Iron Flange Stand- 
ard (Bibb2-iq3i). The flange is plain faced, with a 
smooth finish. 





List 
Prices 


j Dirrtensions. 


in Inches 


Size 


No. 397 

Flanged 

b.&iD. 

Black 

tach 


' Larg- 
1 est 
Out- 
side 
Diam- 
eter of 
Bodv 


Flange dimensions 


Inches 




A- (D 

H C 


CQU 


to 

d'o 
/ICQ 


.2-0 

am 


16 


190.00 


343/4 


23V2 


Ws 


2IV4 16 3/4 


18 


235.00 

265.00 


403/4 


25 ' 11/4 


2234 16 34 


20 


46 


271/2 1% 


25 20 34 


24 


400 . 00 


541/2 


32 P/a 


291/2 1 20 34 


30 


780.00 


69 V2 


38V4 11/2 


36 28 Vs 


36 


1200.00 


82 


46 


1% 


4234 


32 7/8 



When so ordered, the flange can be drilled to the 
American Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 125. 
Full face gasl<ets should then be used to avoid dis- 



torting the flange. 



High Pressure 



Drilling: List prices include facing and drilling to 
the 25-Pound American Tentative Cast Iron Flange 
Standard. No deduction is made if \-alves are or- 
dered faced onlv^ 

Brass disc valves : \ lultiple Brass Disc Foot VaK-es 
can be made to order; prices on application. 

Templates for drilling. . page 55 J 



Swing Check Valves 



Iron Body Foot Valves with Outside Lever and Weigh 





When foot valves are wanted for high pressures or 
for severe service, Crane No. 373 Flanged Standard 
Iron Body Swing Check Valves having a strainer 
bolted on the inlet end, as illustrated above, are 
recommended. These are furnished with either a 
leather faced disc or a solid brass or brass faced disc. 

Prices on application 



Any Crane Iron Body, Ferrosteel. or Cast Steel 
Swing Check \ ahe can he furnished with an outside 
lever and weight as illustrated abo\-e. The weight is 
mounted on the lever either in a position that will 
assist the disc in closing, thereby making the \'al\-e 
extremely sensiti\-e to a re\-ersal of flow, or in a posi- 
tion where it will balance the disc, causing the val\-e 
to open under a minimum of pressure. Orders must 
specify which type is wanted. 

Unless otherwise ordered, the le\er and weight are 
placed on the side that is on the right when looking 
into the valve inlet. 

Prices on application 



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Standard 



Iron Body Clearway Swing Check Valves 



Underwriters' Pattern 




WORKING PRESSURE — 175 pounds cold water, non-shock 

HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURES 

Shell test — 250 pounds Seat test — 200 pounds 






Cross Section, No. 375 



No. 3741/2, Screwed 



No. 375, Fknged 



No. 3751/2, Hub Ends 



For use in a horizontal position, or in a vertical position for upward flow. 



UNDERWRITERS' REQUIREMENTS 

Designed for fire protection serxice., these \-al\'es con- 
form to the Undenxriters' Specifications known as 
"The National Standard"", and they are listed as 
appro\-ed and inspected by the Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies. Boston, and the 
Underwriters' Laboratories, Chicago. They are 
marked "FM" and "CU". The x"alves are not rec- 
ommended for use on "interconnection service". 




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List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 




List Prices, Each 




Dimensions, in Inches 


Inches 


No. 3741/2 
Screwed 


No. 375 

Hanged 
F. &D. 


No. 3751/2 
Hub 
Ends 


Extra for 

Leather 

Faced Disc 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


J 


K 


No. 

of 

bolts 


Dia. 

of 
bolts 


2y2 


14.50 


14.50 




1.50 


10 


10 


i6y4 




21/2 


7 IV16 51/2 


4 


% 


3 


17.00 


17.00 


2.00 


11 


11 




63/4 


1 


3 


71/2 3/4 6 


4 


% 


31/2 




21.00 




2.50 


12 


7 


:^V2 


8V2 Wiel 7 


8 


% 


4 


:4.oo 


24.00 


24.00 


3.00 


13 


13 


'16i'2' 71^2 


' 5.62 3. 00' 4 


9 'IV16 71/2 


8 


5/8 


^ 




34.00 


34.00 




4.00 


15 


15 


8 1/2 


1 lis 


10 


^Vl6 8V2 


8 


3/4 


6 


41.00 


41.00 


41.00 


4.00 


16 


16 


; 20 j 91/4 


1 7.87 3.00; 6 


11 1 91/2 


8 


3/4 


8 


75.00 


75.00 


75.00 


7.50 


18 


18 


221/4" 11V4 


10.00'3.50 8 


131/2 IVs 113/4 


8 


3/4 


10 




115.00 


115.00 


10.00 




22 


26 ,131/2 


il2.25 3.50; 10 


16 13/16 141/4 


12 


1 Vs 


12 




168.00 


168.00 


12.00 




26 


"291/2' 151/4 


14.37 3.50 12 


19 11/4 17 


12 


v% 



Construction: The body is large. pro\"iding liberal 
clearance around the disc When opening, the disc 
swings entirely clear of the waterway; it is so con- 
structed that it will not stick in the open position. 

Through bolt-studs \\ith a nut on each end are used 
in the cap joint. The hinge pin is accessible from 
both sides of the body, being retained by brass plugs. 

Materials : The body seat ring is brass and is 
screwed into the body. Sizes 6-inch and smaller have 
a brass disc and a brass hinge. In larger sizes, the 
disc is iron with a brass seating face and has a brass 
collar where it engages the hinge; the hinge is malle- 
able iron, having a brass hinge-pin bushing and a 
brass disc-hub bushing. All sizes have a brass hinge 
pin. 

Leather disc: An extra charge is made for leather 

Templates for drilling . . . page 551 



faced disc valves. See the list prices shown above. 

Hub end valves: The No. 375^ Valves have hub 
ends suitable for Class "D" cast iron pipe. 

Bosses on body: Each valve is equipped with four 
bosses for by-pass, two on each side of the body. An 
extra charge is made for drilling and tapping the 
bosses and for furnishing a by-pass. 

Flange dimensions and facings: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the Ameri- 
can Cast Iron Flange Standard, Class 115 (Biba- 
iq3q). Flanges are plain faced, with a smooth finish. 

Drilling: The list prices of flanged valves include 
facing and drilling to the American Cast Iron Flange 
Standard, Class 125. No deduction is made when 
valves are ordered faced only. 

Thread engagement . . . .page 591 



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165 



250-Pound 



Ferrosteel Swing Check Valves 



Brass Trimmed 




Size of Valve 



Working pressures 



Steam 
500^ F. 



Cold water, oil, 
or gas, non-shock 



Hydrostatic test pressures 



2 to 12-inch I 250 pounds | 500 pounds 



14"inch 



250 pounds 



400 pounds 



Shell test 



Seat test 



1000 pounds I 550 pounds 



700 pOLJnds I 450 pounds 



These valves also 
may he used in a 
vertical position 
for upward flow. 



Cross Section, No. 39 E 




No, 38 E, Screwed 




No, 39 E, Flanged 



Size 



List Prices 



Inches 



21/2 



No. 38 E, Screwed 



3V2 



8 



EachI 15.00 1 20.00 | 28.00 I 36.Q0 41.00 54.00(66.00 



10 



12 I 14 



No. 39 E, Flanged. F.& P. Each[ 17.00 [ 22.00 | 3Q.Q0 | 38.00 | 44.00 | 57 .00 i 70.00 I 105. 00 I 175.00 ' 250.00 .L^n.OO 



Service recommendations: Crane 250-Pound Fer- 
rosteel Swing Check valves are well suited for a wide 
variety of services requiring the use of rugged, stur- 
dily constructed valves. They will give excellent 
results on steam lines where the pressure and tem- 
perature do not require the use of steel vahes, on 
high pressure water, oil, or gas lines, and on similar 
service. 

Construction : The valves are heavily proportioned 
and are unusually rugged. The body is oval in shape, 
providing ample flow area when the valve is open. 
The valves have a disc stop Vv'hich keeps the disc from 
sticking in the open position. 

Materials: The body and cap are made of Crane 
Ferrosteel. The body seat ring is made of Crane 
Hard Metai ; it is screwed into the body. Sizes ^J^- 
inch and smaller ha\-e a solid Crane Hard Metal disc ; 
larger sizes have an iron disc with a Hard Metal seat- 
ing face. Crane Hard Metal is a copper-tin bronze 
having unusual strength and hardness. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the end flanges conform to the 
150- Pound American Cast Iron Flange Standard 



(Bibb-rqzSj. Flanges have a hr'nch raised face. 
The raised face is finished with concentric grooves, 
approximately 16 grooves per inch, known as a 
"serrated" finish. 

Valves with male, female, tongue, or groo\'e faces 
can be made to order; see page 5O0 for dimensions 
and the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Drilling: The list prices of flanged valves include 
facing and drilling to the 250-Pound American Cast 
Iron Flange Standard. Xo deduction is made when 
valves are ordered faced onlv. 

Face to face dimensions: The face to face 
dimensions of the flanged valves sizes i 2-inch and 
smaller conform to the American Ferrous Flanged 
Valve Standard (Bid. 10-1030), for 2)G-Pound Cast 
Iron Flanged Swing Check Valves. The 14-inch size 
is not included in this Standard. 

A.P.I. Standard: The flanged \-alves in all sizes 
except the ^14, 5, and u-inch conform to the 
American Petroleum Institute f.^.P.I.) Standard 
No. 5-G-i, Second Edition. September. [938, for 
500-Pound Iron Pipe Line Check VaUes. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 




' 2 


2V2 


3 


3V2 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


12 


14 


Screwed End to end 


91/2 


103/4 


IIV4 


121/4 


13 


15 


I6I/2 






*Face to face 


lOVz 


111/2 


121/2 


131/4 


14 


153/4 


171/2 


21 


241 '2 


28 


ZZ 




Inside diameter of port 


2 


2V2 


3 


3V2 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


12 


131/4 




Diameter of flange 


61/2 


7Vz 


8V4 


9 


10 


11 


UVz 


15 


171/2 


201/2 


23 


Flanged 


•Thickness of flange 


% 


1 


1^4 


IV16 


11/4 


13/8 


Wis 


1% 


1% 


2 


2Vs 


Diameter of raised face 


43/1 6 


4IV16 


5iV,6 


6V16 


615/16 


8V1G 


91V16 


ll'Vie 


14Vi6 


i6yi6 


1815/16 




Diameter of bolt circle 


5 


sys 


6% 


7V4 


7Vs 


9V4 


10% 


13 


151/4 


173/4 


201/4 




dumber of bolts 


S 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


12 


12 


16 


16 


20 




Diameter of bolts 


% 


3/4 


^/4 


% 


3/4 


3/4 


3/4 


Vr 


1 


iVs 


iVs 


Center to top of valve 


51/4 


5% 


6 1/4 


63/4 


71/4 


81/4 


9 


U 


13 


143/4 


153/4 



Face to face and thickness of flange dimensions include the j^-inch raised face. 



Templates for drilling . . page 552 Special facings , . , ^page 560 Normal thread engagement . . page 591 



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800- Pound Hydraulic 

Ferrosteel Swing Check Valves 

Brass Trimmed 



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WORKING PRESSURE 

800 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURES — Shell test — 1600 pounds hydrostatic 

Seat test — 850 pounds hydrostatic 



These 

valves 

also may be 

used in a 

Vertical 

position 

for upward 

How, 





Cross Section, No, 821 H 

Service recommendations : These vah es are 
recommended for high-pressure hydraulic lines and 
for high-pressure gas lines, 

Construction : The \'alves are extremely heavy and 
ru.sged. The bodies are oval or globular in shape. 
pro\"iding ample flow area around the disc when the 
\-al\'e is open. The \"alves are constructed so that 
the disc cannot stick in the open position. 



No. 820 H, Screu ed 





List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


List Prices, Each 


Dimensions, in Inches 


Inches 


No- 820 H 

Screwed 


No. 821 H 
Flanged 
b. &: D. 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


No. 

of 

Bolts 


Dia. 

of 
Bolts 


2 


37.50 37,50 


1 101.2 


11 1/2 


6 


2 1 6V2 


IV4 3% 


- 

3 


8 


% 



V 



V2 



45.00 



45,00 



12 



13 



63/4 



21/2 



71^2 



1% 



4M 



8 



5M 



8 



8 



3/4 



60.00 



60.00 



131 



14 



81/. 



81/. 



IV2 



65/ 



8 



8 



3/4 



83.00 



83.00 



151 



-.4 



1 



91. 



lOV, 



1^/1 



8 



6Vi 



8V. 



8 



% 



113.00 



113.00 



171 4 



20 



101 



13 



21/ 



8 



75/ 



16 



IOV2 



8 



165.00 



165.00 ! 19 



22 



12 



14 



21/4 



8V2 



111, 



12 



1 



8 



285.00 



26 



15 



7V& I6I/2 



21/2 



105/ 



8 



133. 



12 



IM 



8 



10 



360.00 )j 



31 



153, 



934 



20 



2-8 



123/4 



17 



16 



12 



525.00 



33 



17 



113, 



IV4 



?? 



15 



191/4 



20 



IVa 



Materials: The body and cap are made of Crane 
Ferrosteel. The body seat rin^ is screwed into the 
body and is made of Crane Hard -\ letal. Sizes 4-inch 
and smaller ha\"e a solid Crane Hard Metal disc: 
larger sizes have an iron disc with a larsje Hard Metal 
seating face. Crane Hard Metal is a tough, hard, 
wear-resisting copper-tin bronze. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of end flanges conform to the Soo-Pound 
Hvdraulic American Cast Iron Flange Standard 
(Bi6bi-iQ3 1). The flanges ha\e a J-;t-inch male face 
(large male) ; the male face is finished with concentric 
g^oo^"es, approximately 16 grooves per inch, kno^\'n 
as a "serrated " finish. 

V'alves with female, tongue, or groo\'e faces are made 
to order; see page 561 for dimensions and the Crane 
Discount Sheet for prices. 

Templates for drilling . . . page 552 Special facin 



Drilling: The list prices of flanged valves include 
facing and drilling to the Soo-Pound Hydraulic 
American Cast Iron Flange Standard. No deduc- 
tion is made \\hen \-alves are ordered "faced only". 

Shock: On lines subjected to shock, properly de- 
signed shock absorbers must be installed to protect 
the piping and the ^"ah■es; see page ii. 

Face to face: The face to face dimensions of the 
flanged \aK-es conform to the .American Ferrous 
Flanged VaWe Standard. BiO.io-iq^q. This Stand- 
ard does not include the 5-inch size. 

A.P.I. Standard: Flanged vaKes conform to the 

American Petroleum Institute (A.P.I.) Standard. 

N"o. 5-G-i. September. iqi8 for Soo-Pound Iron Pipe 

Line N'ahes. This Standard does not include the 
5-inch size. 

gs...page 561 Thread engagement . page 591 



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Valve Accessories and Parts 



For greater convenience, various valve accessories and parts, 
many of which are used with nearly all Crane Valves, have been 
grouped together on the following pages, numbers i68 to 178. 



Floor Stands pages (68 and i6q 

Extension Stems pa^^e i6q 

Indicator Posts page 1 70 

Cylinder Operated Valves page 171 

Motor Operated Valves pages 172 and 173 

Wheels page 1 74 

Handles page 175 

Size of Hole in Wheels and Handles page 175 

Chain Wheels page 1 76 

Tee Wrenches for Hub End Iron Body Valves . .page 177 

Keys for Lock Shield Valves page 177 

Composition Discs , page 1 78 



Replacement Parts for Valves 

Replacement parts, such as stems, bonnets, discs, packing 
nuts, etc., for any Crane Valve can be furnished upon receipt 
of an order. When ordering parts, specify the catalog number 
and the size of the valve, and give the name of the part re- 
quired. In addition, since the valve must be clearly identified 
before a part that will fit correctly can be furnished, indicate 
how the valve is marked and where the marking appears. 




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Floor Stand 
Without Indicator 



Floor Stands 

With or Without Indicator 

These Floor Stands, when equipped with the proper 
extension stem, are suitable for operating either rising or 
non-rising stem valves. The list prices shown below 
include the Floor Stand with wheel and wheel stem 
coupling, and in addition, on the Floor Stand with 
Indicator, the complete indicator parts; they do not 
include an extension stem or valve coupling. 

Extension stems are illustrated on the opposite page. 

The 2o-inch high Floor Stand is used on valves having an 
8'inch or smaller diameter handwheel; the 32-inch, on 
vaKes having a larger diameter handwheel. 

Prices on extension stems and on valve stem or yoke 
slee\'e couplings are furnished on application. They de- 
pend upon the length of the extension stem and upon the 
size and kind of valve on which the coupling will be used. 

List Prices 

Including wheel stem coupling, but no extension stem 




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Floor Stand 
With Indicator 



Height of Floor Stand 



Inches 



20 



32 



Without 
Indicator 



Painted column, japanned wheel 



Each! 15.00 20-00 



Finished column, japanned wheel 



Each 28.00 35-00 



Finished column; rim and hub of wheel finished, spokes japanned 



With 
Indicator 



Painted column, japanned wheel 



EachI 40-00 [ 48.00 
Eachj 22.00 27.00 



Finished column, japanned wheel 



Each 35.00 42-00 



Finished column: rim and hub of wheel finished, spokes japanned Each] 47-00 55-00 




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Non-Rising 

Stem 
Gate Valve 

LInless other- 
wise ordered, 
extension 

stems 

are made of 

Extra Strong 

Pipe. 



Directions for Ordering 

Floor Stand Only 

For Crane Valves, specify: 

1. Style (with or without indicator) and finish of Floor Stand, and height 

2. Size and catalog number of valve, and whether valve opens by turning to the 

right or the left 

For other than Crane Valves, specify: 

3. Style (with or without indicator) and finish of Floor Stand 

4. Size, style, and catalog number of valve 

5. Manufacturer's name 

6. Diameter of handwheel on valve 

7. Number of turns to open 

8. Whether valve opens by turning to the right or the left 

Floor Stand with Extension Stem 

For Crane Valves, specify: 

Information requested when ordering Floor Stand only (1 and 2, above) 

9. Dimension A, center of valve port to floor level 

10. Details, description, and proximity of structural members or walls available for 
support of long extension stems 

For other than Crane Valves, specify: 

Information requested in above items 3 to 10 inclusive 
U. If non-rising stem gate valve, or globe, angle, or cross valve, include: 
Dimension B, center of valve to bottom of square on stem 
Dimension C, size and length of square on stem, and shape (whether straight 
or tapered) 
12. If outside screw and yoke gate valve, include: 

Dimension D, center of valve to bottom of hub on handwheel 
Dimension E, detail dimensions of the part of the yoke sleeve on which the 
handwheel fits 

Floor Stands with Extension Stems are priced on application. 




Outside Screw 

and Yoke 

Gate Valve 

Unusually 

long 
extension 

stems 

must be 

properly 

supported. 



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169 



Floor Stands 

Typical Application and Special Designs 




Application E 

Floor Stands Applied to 
Gate Valve with By-Pass 
Horizontal Position 



in 




Application L 

Bell Bottom Floor Stand 

Used on Non-Rising Stem 

Gate Valve Projecting 

Above Floor Line 



Wheel 

Stem 

Coupling 




Extra 

Strong 
Pipe 



Valve 

Stem 

Coupling 



&. 



Extension Stem 

For Non-Rising Stem 

Gate Valves or Globe, 

Angle, or Cross Valves 

Inquiries and orders 
numberof the valve, 
(measured from the 





Application F 

Floor Stand with 

Single Bevel Gearing 

and Handwheel 



Application G 

Floor Stand with 

Double Bevel Gearing 

and Crank Handles 



The Floor Stands shown on the opposite page can 
be used to operate globe, angle, or cross valves 
or rising or non-rising stem gate valves, either 
with or without gearing. These meet the 
requirements of ordinary installations. 

In addition, Floor Stands of special designs, a few 
of which are illustrated on this page, can be made 
to order for unusual installations. Prices on the 
special designs, such as those equipped with gears, 
ball bearings, cranks, motors, arms, or bell or wide 
bottom, are furnished on application. 

Inquiries and orders should indicate clearly what 
is wanted. 



Extension Stems 



Extension stems are frequently required for val\-es 
that are to be operated from a distance. Ordinarily, 
a Floor Stand is used to support the stem and hand- 
wheel, but in many installations the extension stem 
only is used. 

Non-rising stem gate valves and globe, angle, or 
cross vaK'es are furnished with a square hole wheel 
stem coupling and valve stem coupling. Outside 
screw and yoke gate valves have the same square 
hole wheel stem coupling as non-rising stem gate 
valves and globe, angle, or cross valves, but have a 
hexagon hole coupling at the valve. It is designed to 
absorb the rise of the valve stem, making the exten- 
sion stem non-rising. 

Unless otherwise ordered, extension stems are made 
of Extra Strong Pipe. 




Application K 

Floor Stand with Arm 
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Wide Bottom Floor Stand 

Used on Rising Stem 

Gate Valve Projecting 

Above Floor Line 





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Yoke 

Sleeve 

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Extension Stem 

For Rising Stem 

Outside Screw and Yoke 

Gate Valves 



must specify the size and catalog 
and the length of extension stem 
center of the valve port to the 



top of the handwheel). Extension stems, especially 
those that are long, must be rigidly and properly 
guided with suitable supporting brackets. 



Frices on application 




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Indicator Posts 



Standard Pattern 



Underwriters' Pattern 



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When ordering, specify the 
catalog number of the Post^ 
the size and catalog number 
of the valve with which it will 
be used^ and the depth of the 
trench (distance from ground 
level to bottom of pipe line). 




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Enlarged 
Sectional View 

of Head 
No. 520 Post 



Enlarged 
Sectional View 

of Head 
No. 510 Post 






List Prices and Dimensions 



Depth ot trench 


Feet 


2 to 6 


No. 510 or No. 520, with Wrench 


Each 


40.00 


Extra for each 6 inches over 6-foot trench 


Each 


2.00 


Distance from ground level 


No. 510 


Inches 


38 


to top of Post 


No. 520 


Inches 


331/4 



No. 520 

Applied to 

No. 462 
Gate Valve 



Service recommendations: Crane Indicator Posts 
provide an ideal means for operating iron body non- 
rising stem gate \'ah'es buried underground. They 
are used principally in factory and mill yards, on 
valves for fire protection service. 

The Standard Pattern, recommended when the Un- 
derwriters' Pattern is not required, is suitable for 
valves sizes 2 to 14-inch inclusive. It is generally 
used with No. 462 Gate Valves, page 103. 

The Underwriters' Pattern is used with No. 4623^ 
Underwriters' Pattern Gate Valves shown on page 
104. It conforms to the Underwriters' Specification 
known as "The National Standard", and is listed as 
approved and inspected by the Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, Boston, and the 
Underwriters' Laboratories, Chicago. The Post is 
marked "CU" and "FM". 

Construction: Crane Indicator Posts are sturdily 
constructed of cast iron. Each Post is furntshed with 
an angle wrench which can be locked or sealed at the 
side of the Post when not in use. The operating nut 
is i^ inches square. 

The word"OPEN" or"SHUT", in large, easily read 
letters, appears behind the indicator glass when the 
valve is open or closed, respectively. The lower 
plate, marked "OPEN", is adjustable, and its posi- 
tion is changed to suit the size of the valve. The 
indicator opening is fitted with a heavy plate glass 
J^-inch thick; small openings under the cap ventilate 
the entire Post and prevent accumulation of moisture 
on the glass in cold weather. 

Attaching Post to valve: These Posts have the 
standard N.F.P.A. (National Fire Protection Asso- 



No. 510 

Applied to 

No. 462 M 
Gate Valve 



ciation) fiange for attachment to the valve; the 
operating rod has a socket for the valve stem. 

When No. 462 VaK'es are ordered for use with Indi- 
cator Post, they are furnished with an indicator post 
flange cast integral with the bonnet, at no extra 
charge. When the No. jio Post is required for valves 
already installed and not equipped with a flange, a 
separate Adaptor Plate for the valve is furnished with 
the Post, at no extra charge. 

No. 4^23^2 Gate Valves used with the No. 510 Post 
are furnished regularly with an indicator post flange 
cast integral with the bonnet. 

Special Indicator Posts: Indicator Posts for other 
than Crane Valves can be made to order at a special 
price. When ordering, specify 
the name of the valve manu- 
facturer, the valve size, whether 
it opens by turning to the right 
or the left, the number of turns 
to open, and give the following 
dimensions: 

A — Depth of trench 

B — Center of pipe to top of stuffing 

box flange 

C — Center of pipe to bottom of 
valve stem square 

D — Diameter of stuffing box 

E — Size of stem square 

F — Height of stem square 

G — Length of stem thread 

H — Stuffing box bolt circle 

Diameter of stuffing box studs 

Number of stuffing box studs 




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Cylinder Operated Gate/ Globe, and Angle Valves 

For All Pressures and Purposes 

When so desired, Crane Gate. Globe, and Angle Valves can be fur- 
nished Cyhndcr Operated. As the name indicates, these \'al\'es are actu- 
ated b\' means of a piston and cylinder using water, air, or oil as the 
operating? medium. Control is obtained by simply operattn*:^ a FoLir-Way 
N'aK'e \\hich may be located in any con\enicn!: place \\ithin reasonable 
elistance from the ^■al^■e. 



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Remote control: W hen remote control is required. 
connecting piping between the c\ilnder and the 
Four-Way X^alve must be large enough to compensate 
for pressure drop and back pressure resulting from 
cylinder actuating and exhausting operations. 

Maintaining disc position: In order to maintain 
the \-ab"e disc in either the open or closed position, 
the actuating pressure must be retained in the 
cylinder at all times, with the exception of the 
following cases: 

1. On Globe and Angle N'alves when closed, if 
installed with their cylinder abo\"e the \alve 
and the line pressure is on top of the disc. 

2. On Gate N'ah'cs when fully open, if installed 
with their stems horizontal or if the stem is 
handling down from the disc, 

Special equipment: When specifically so ordered, 
cylinder operated \"al\'es can be furnished with 
special equipment. Depending upon the require- 
ments of indi\'idual installations, yarious kinds of 
equipment may be necessary; some of these are as 

follows : 

Short tra\'el, hand releasing de\*ice tor emer- 
gency freeing of the \-alye disc after it has been 
tightly wedged closed by the piston. 

Limit stops to regulate the amount of \'ab'e 
opening by limiting the disc tra\-el. 

Auxiliary pressure connections to the cylinder 
for admission of higher pressures under stress 
of emergency. 

Inquiries and orders must be accompanied by com- 
plete specifications and description of the proposed 
installation. 
Information required for inquiries and orders: 

The following questions must be answ ered when send- 
ing in orders or inquiries for these \-alyes: 

r . Are scre\\-ed . flanged , or hub end yaK'cs w-anted ? 

Is a by-pass required!' 

Are the vaU'es to be installed with the stems 
in horizontal or vertical position'' 

Designate the ser\-ice for which \"al\'e is to be 
used: Steam, Water. Oil. or Gas, etc. 
What is the maximum and minimum line 
pressure^ 

6. Designate the fluid to be used in the cylinder 
for the operation of the valve: Air, Hot or 
Cold Water or Oil. etc. 

7. What pressure is available for operating the 
cylinder ? 1 1 is recommended that the pressure 
for actuating the cylinder be as high as 
possible, thus allowing the use of a minimum 
diameter cylinder. 



2. 



3- 



2. 

3- 

4- 
5- 



Cylinders: The actuating cylinders are made of 
cast iron or steel with or without brass liners, or of 
brass pipe, depending upon the size, the operating 
medium, and the pressure used. 

Indicating rod: Unless otherwise specified, these 
yah-es w ill be furnished with a "'tail rod" extending 
through the top cylinder head. This feature pro\-ides 
a \"isible indication of the position of the \'al\"e disc 
at all times; i.e. whether the \-ah-e is operating, 
fully open, or closed. 



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Shown in the above phtitocrroph is a 10-inch QOO-Poimd 
(";ast Steel inanjred Gate VaWc with a Ca?t Steel Hy- 
Jraiilic Cylinder. The main valve by-pass and the 
valved emcrfjencv booster connections on the cylinder 
are special equipment on this particular assembly. 



Prices and compiet^ description furnished on application. 



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Electric Motor Operated Valves 




The complete Electric Motor Control is comprised of an integrated unit 
consisting of the motor and gearing with disc travel controls built into weather- 
proof cast housings, the push button control station with indicating lights, 
and an enclosed magnetic controller with contactors operable by any number 
of push button stations. 

Unless otherwise specified the magnetic controller will be mounted in a genera! 
purpose (NEMA-i ] standard sheet steel enclosing case. 

Push button control stations are regularly furnished 
in surface mounting enclosing cases, non-lock-up, or 
lock-up weatherproof type. Other types of enclosing 
cases can be furnished on order. 

iVIotors are regularly supplied for direct or alternating 
current of standard voltages; for special current 
characteristics thev can also be furnished, made to 
order as required. 

In the normal operation of an Electric Motor Control 
Unit, pressing the desired button in the control station 
sets the magnetic controller contactors into action — 
completes the motor circuit to effect proper mo\-ement 
of valve stem with disc and disc travel devices — or 
breaks the motor circuit to stop the disc if so desired. 

\\'here automatic valve operation is needed, switches 
actuated by floats, or by variations in pressure or 
temperature may be used in lieu of or in conjunction 
w ith the customary push button control station. 

Electric motor units, made by responsible manufac- 
turers of such units, will be furnished on Crane Valves, 
when so specified. 




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Crane Air or Gas Motor Valve Operators 



(Patented) 

The air or gas motor control consists of a rotary motor, 
gearing, and disc travel limit valves, all built into 
weatherproof cast housings. A four-way valve is 
used for admitting air or gas to the motor for opening 
or closing the main valve. 

Motors are of the reversible rotary type, designed for 
operation by either air or gas at pressures from 70 to 
iz$ pounds gauge. 

These units are particularly advantageous for operat- 
ing valves in refineries, oil and gas lines, and various 
process industries where sparks from electric motors 
and wires will ignite an explosi\'e-laden atmosphere. 
They will operate even w^hen totally submerged in 
water or when the temperature surrounding them 
is high. 

Crane Air or Gas Motor Control Units are recom- 
mended for continuous operation of valves, a service 
that may cause overheating of electric motors. 

Prices and complete description furnished on application. 
For information required with inquiries or orders, see page 173. 




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Motor Operated Valves 



Mechanical developments follow one another so rap- 
idly that alertness is necessary to grasp their entire 
significance. Tasl<s formerly taking hours or days 
are now accomplished in seconds or minutes. Time, 
itself, measured in dollars and cents becomes more 
and more valuable with the conquest of distance. 
The mechanical management of time and distance 
has brought complete safety in operations that for- 
merly were hazardous to life and property. The wide 
adoption of remote controls exerts a great influence 
upon the saving of time and the virtual elimination 
of the distance factor in performance. 

Crane iVIotor Operated Valves faithfully perform a 
fitting part in the general utility of remote control of 
flow of liquids and gases. Motor units are furnished 
with electric motors or with rotary motors actuated 
by air or gas Existing hand operated valves can be 
altered for motor operation by replacing the old yoke 
and yoke accessories with new equipment suitable 
for mounting the motor unit. 

A thoughtful analysis of improved operations and 



economies made possible by the use of Crane Motor 
Operated Vah'es will clearly indicate their wide appli- 
cation — in power plants for isolating, sectionaliz- 
ing, turbine extraction, reheat and circulating water 
lines — in refineries and gas and oil pipe lines and 
booster stations — in water works systems for dis- 
tribution line control, reservoir control and sluices 



in processing plants for hazardous locations, for con- 
trolling several units simultaneously, for automatic 
operation by variations in liquid level, pressure and 
temperature. 

Large valves that require much time and effort to 
open and close, emergency valves that must be oper- 
able even under unusual circumstances, val\'es in 
remote, inaccessible or dangerous locations can be 
operated quickly, easily, safely and economically 
from one or more convenient points of control 
through the application of Motor Units. 

The Crane vah'e, whether actuated by electric motor 
or air or gas rotary motor, is designed to effect tight 
valve closure under specified service conditions and 
to pre\'ent jamming in the wide open position. 



Inquiries and Orders for Motor Operated Valves 
Should Give the Follow^ing Information 



Electric Motor 

1. Quantity — size — flanged, screwed, or welding 
ends. 

a. Catalog number of regular valve preferred. 

3. Rising or non-rising stem. 

4. With or without by-pass. If by-pass is wanted, 
state its location in relation to the valve. 

5."\Vorking pressure, maximum differential pressure 
to open against, and operating temperature. 

6. Service — Steam, water, oil, air, gas, etc. 

7. Valves used for — Main steam, equalizing, boiler 
feed, circulating water, etc. 

8. Information on any special conditions, such as 
whether valve must close against full flow, open 
against full pressure, or if coking is present. 

q. Maximum velocity through valve, if obtainable. 

10 Voltage — A.C. or D.C.— and phase and cycle 
if A.C. 

11. State whether open-stop-close, close only, or 
open-only stations are wanted. Also type of 
enclosure and whether Lock-Up or Non-Lock-Up. 
Specify number of stations per valve. 

12. Approximate maximum temperature at point 
where valve yoke will be located 

13. Position of valve run. Location of handwheel. 

14. Position of valve stem — vertical up. vertical 
down, horizontal, or other position. 



Air or Gas Motor 

1 . Quantity — size— flanged, screwed, or welding 
ends. 

2. Catalog number of regular valve preferred. 

3. Rising or non-rising stem. 

4. With or without by-pass. If by-pass is wanted, 
state its location in relation to the valve. 

5. Working pressure, maximum differential pressure 
to open agamst, and operating temperature. 

6. Service — Steam, water, oil, air, gas, etc. 

7. Valves used for — Main steam, equalizing, boiler 
feed, circulating water, oil refinery lines, etc. 

8. Information on any special conditions, such as 
whether valve must close against full flow, open 
against full pressure, or if coking is present. 

q. Maximum velocity through valve, if obtainable. 

10. Available air or gas pressure for operating motor 
(minimum 70 pounds — maximum 125 pounds). 

1 1 . State whether valves are to open and close, close 
only, or open only by means of the air or gas 
motor. 

Approximate maximum temperature at point 
where valve yoke will be located. 

Position of valve run. Location of handwheel. 



12. 
14. 



Position of valve stem — vertical up, vertical 
down, horizontal, or other position. 




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Wheels for Valves 



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Style A Wheel. Miiileable Iron 

Dished Design, Oval Rim, Square Hole 

(Dias. 3. 3H, 4, & f are also 

made with a Threaded Hole ) 

Used on small size Forged and Cast 
Steel Glnhe and Angle Valves (pages 
313 to 315). Threaded Hole sizes are 
for O.S. & Y. Gate Valves (page 299); 
orders for these four sizes must specify 
"'Square Hole" or "Threaded Hole". 





Style C Wheel, Malleable Iron 
Non-Heat, Oval Pattern, Square Hole 

Patented 

Used on Low Pressure and the smaller 
sizes of certain Standard Brass Globe, 
Angle, Cross, and Gate \"alves. 





Style F Wheel, Malleable Iron 
Non-Heat. Round Pattern. Square Hole 

Widely used on smaller size Brass, Iron 
and Steel \'al\-es (Globe, Angle, and 
Cross, and Non-Rising or Rising Stem 
but not O.S. 0)1 Y, Gate). Larger sizes 
of such valves are fitted with Style D 
Wheels. 



Style A 



Dimensions are given in inches 





Style D Wheel. Malleable Iron 
Round Pattern, Oval Rim, Square Hole 

Used on larger size Brass, Iron, and Steel 
Valves (Globe, Angle, and Cross, and 
Non-Rising Stem or Rising Stem but not 
O.S. & Y. Gate). . 





Style £ Wheel, Malleable Iron 
Round Pattern, Oval Rim, Hexagon Hole 

Used on O.S. & Y. Iron and Steel Gate 
Valves. (Dias. 6 & 7 are also made with 
a Threaded Hole, for Steel Gate Valves.) 

When ordering a Wheel or Handle, spec- 
ify- the size and catalog number of the 
vah-e on which it will be used, or the size 
and Style of the Wheel or Handle, itself. 
V'ah-e dimension tables shown through- 
out this catalog include the wheel or 
handle size, and the Style can be deter-, 
mined from the valve illustrations, from 
the size, or from other information 
shown on this and the opposite page. 

Diameters and List Prices 



Size 



Style F 



Price Each 



Sq. Hole I Thd. Hole 



Size 
f 



Price 
Each 



Style D 



Size 

d 



Price Each 



Iron Steel 



2V2 |2iViG 



Style E 



Si 



ize 



Price Each 



Iron Steel 





Style L Wheel, Square Socket 
Black Moulded Composition 

Used on Brass Radiator Valves 
or on special polished valves. 





Style M Wheel, Malleable Iron 

Round Pattern, Round Rim 

Round Threaded Hole 

Used only on No. 459 Brass 
Gate Valves, shown on page 21. 





Style N Wheel, Polished Brass 

"Navy" Four-Ball Pattern 

Square Hole 

Used on certain Brass Hose Valves 
or on special polished valves. 





Style U Wheel, Cast Iron 

Round Pattern, Round Rim 

Square Hole 

Used only on No. 453 Brass Hose 
Gate Valves, shown on page 70. 



Style L 



Size 
h 



Price 
Each 



.12 



3V. 



.16 



.24 



31/2 3yg .20 .30 


4 4Vi6 -30 .40 



51/, 



.50 



.70 



Style C 




Style N 



Size 
n 



13/4 I .08 ) 3V2 .20 



Price 
Each 



2Vi 



16 



.08 



2Vi6 -09 



23/4 



.10 



3V 



16 



.12 



3Syi 



8 



16 



4Vi 



.20 



43/4 , .25 



53/8 -35 



13/4 


IVs 


.08 


2V4 


1V2 


.08 


2% 


m 


.08 


3 


2 


.09 


33/8 


2y4 , 


.10 


33/4 


2V2 


.12 


4y4 


2% 


.16 


43/4 1 


23/4 ! 


.20 



*The Wheels 

indicated by a 

single asterisk 

are made with 

t\vo sizes of 

squares or hexagons; orders 

should specify the size and 

catalog number of the valve on 

which the Wheel will be used. 

Style E, Threaded Hole 
Forli2&2"Gate Valves, page 299. 



4V2 



.35 



5V2 



.67 



.75 



53/4 



Size 



Price Each 



.25 



1.00 



1.35 



1.00; 



8 



1.30 



1.75 



10 2.15 



12 2.85 



14 , 4.00 



16 4.90 



18 i 6.25 



20 ! 7.25 



22 10.25 



24 13.00 



.75 



1.00 



8 



1.30 



1.75 



**27 123.00!32.50 



**30 131.50,42.00 



**36 44.00'55.50 



10 2.15 



12 2.85 



14 I 4.00 



16 4.90 



18 6.25 



20 7.25 



22 10.25 



24 13.00 



**27 23.00i32.50 



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30 131.50 42.00 



**36 ;44. 00155. 50 



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42 |55.00|75.00| **42 155.00(75.00 



1% I -14 



15 



2V4 



.16 



21/2 I .17 



23/4 



.22 



.28 



Style M 



Size 

m 



Price 
Each 



3Vi6 I .60 



35/8 .65 



3% I .75 



43/8 1 . 00 



4>3/,6| 1.25 



534 1.50 



6IV16 2.00 



1^2 13/4 .75 



13/4 



.75 



23^ 



'8 



.85 



■2V2 



1.00 



31/2 1.25 



31/2 ! 41/8 1.75 



45/8 ! 2.25 



5% 3.50 



6% 5.00 



Styl. 


iU 


Size i 
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Price 
Each 


4y8 


.40 



1.00 



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round rim, they are made of cast iron for iron body valves or of whether iron or steel Wheels are Nv^nted ^ ^ 



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Handles for Valves 




Dimensions^ in Inches 



Style K Lever Handle 

Klalleable Iron 

L'sed on smaller size Hydraulic 
Brass and Steel Globe and Angle 
\ alves. 






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Style J Tee Handle, Ciist Iron 
Used only on No. 50 Brass Hose Valves, 

List Prices, Handles 





Style S Tee Handle, Malleable Iron 

Used on Bar Stock Valves (page 310). 
on the No. 2Io X line of Forged Steel 
Globe and Angle X'alves (page 312). 
and on small size Corrosion-Resistant 
Globe and Anale Valves. 



Style X Cross Handle 

Malleable Iron 

Used on certain sizes of 
Corrosion-Resistant Globe 
and -Angle \'al\-es (page 445). 



Style J Style K Style S Style X 


Si-e 
j 


Price 

Each 


Size 
k 


Price 
Each 


Size 


Price 
Each 


Size 

X 


Price 
Each 


SVs .15 31/8 .09 2Vi6 


.10 


*3 .08 


53/4 -25 ';35/i6 .10 3Vi6 .12 ■*33/4 .10 


bVz . 30 


31/2 .10 4y8 .15 i,M3/4 .16 



8V4 I .40 



Tee Wrerxches . . . page 177 
Keys for Lock Shields. . . page 177 



3^8 


.12 


434 .18 6 .25 


41/4 i 


.15 


5% .25 7 .Z5 


45/8 


.18 


7 .30 *Made with 


5 


.23 


2 sizes of squares; specify 


53/4 


.40 


size wanted. 



Size of Hole in Wheels and Handles 




-ipi- 

Square Hole 
Ulieel or Handle 



Dimensions, in Inches 

The tables shown below specify the size of hole in C 
and Hexagon Hole Wheels and Handles. Wheels an 
the same size and type of hole, and the same length 
of course, interchangeable. When substituting whec 
those with which the \-alves are regularly equipped, 
consideration must be gi\-en to the effect of increased 
be obtained. 

*^i' total caper per foot **1" total taper per foot 



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d Handles having 
through hub are, 
Is and handles for 
however, careful 
power which may 




Hexagon Hole 
Wheel or Handle 



Square Hole 



Style A 


Style C 


Style F 


Style N 


Size a 


Sire c X g 


Size f 


Size n 



Style J 
Size j 



Style K 
Size k 



Style S 
Size s 



Style X 
Size X 



Chain Wheel 
Pitch Dia. 



.20 


.30 


IV4XII/8 


11/2 


1 


1 




.24 


.35 


2^2 


21<(Xll''2 


13^1 


1^4 




1 

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3 




.24 


.17 


- 




1 




1 


ZVie 






.29 


.35 




25/8x13/4 


2Vl6 


2 




3y8 




3 




.29 


.44 


3 






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^2 


.40 


3x2 


2Vl6 


21/2 


3Vi6 




33/4 




.32 


.44 










' 3V,6 


.35 


.44 


33/8x21/4 


23/4 


21/2 




1 31/2 




33/4 


23/8 


.40 


.44 


3 


33/4X21/2 


3Vl6 


3 


51/8 


3^8 


41/8 


43/4 


23/8 


.40 


.56 


31/2 










43/4 




3 



.42 .44 



41/4 X 25/8 



3ye 



8 



31/2 



I 41/4 



43/4 



.42 



.81 



53/4 



.45 .56 



43/4 X 23/4 



4I/16 I 



45/ 



8 



.45 ,69 



6 1/2 



.53 .62 



4,5 



53/4x3 I 434, 53/8 



5%, 7 



.56 ,75 



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1 81/4 



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.56 .87 



53/4 



Square Hole 



Style D 
Size d 



Chainj! Square Hole 
Wheel 11 p 



Style D 
Size d 



Chain 
Wheel 



,35 



.44 



31/2 



23/t 



s 



1 . 00 1 . 62 



14 



14 



.37 ! .62 I 41/2 



1.13 1.75 



16 



14 



,44 1 . 00 



51/2 



1.25 1.87 



18 



IS 



.56 



.87 



1.31 2.12 



20 



18 



.63 1.00 



1.44 2.37 



22 



18 



.69 , 1.06 



8 



7\i 



1.50 i 2.44 



24 



24 



.75 I 1.19 



7V2 



1.75 2.50 



27 



24 



.81 1.25 



10 



10 



1.87 2.75 



30 



30 



.87 1.37 



10 



10 



2.00 3.25 



36 



30 



.94 1.50 



12 



10 il 2.50 I 3.50 42 



Hexagon Hole 



w 



Style E 
Size e 



Chain 
Wheel 



Hexagon Hole 



w 



Style E 
Size e 



Chain 
Wheel 



1.00 



.69 



I 2,41 I 1.31 



18 



18 



1.00 


.69 


7 


71/2 


2.78 


1.31 


20 


18 


1.18 


.75 


8 


71/2 


3.30 


1.50 


22 


13 


1.37 


.87 


9 


7V2 


3.50 


1.62 


24 


24 


1.56 


.87 


10 


10 


3.57 


1.69 


27 


24 


1.69 


.87 


10 


10 


4.07 


1.75 


30 


30 


1.88 


1.00 


12 


10 


4.61 


2.19 


36 


30 


2.08 


1.06 


14 


14 


5.22 


2.75 


42 




2.33 


1.19 


16 


14 









Chain. Wheels, . . .page 176 





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CRANE 



Chain Wheels 

For Brass, Iron, and Steel Valves 



» 



K'' — 






Chain Wheel 
With Chain 



Chain Wheel 
With Guide and Chain 



Hammer Blow Chain Wheel 
\\'ith Guide and Chain 
(Prices on Application) 



Illustrations show Chain Wheels as applied Rising Stem Gate Vah^es 
(Applications on Non-Rising Stem Gate Valves and on 
Globe and Angle Valves — not illustrated — are similar,) 




Pitch 

Diameter 

of 

Chain 

Wheel 

Inches 


List Prices, Each 


Chain Wheels are applicable to valves having the 
following style and size of Wheel or Handle 


Chain Wheels 
only 

for Rising or 
Non-Rising Stem 

Valves 


Chain Wheels 
and (juides 

for Rising or 

Non-Rising Stem 

Valves 


Style A 
Wheel 

Size 
Inches 


Style D 
Wheel 

Size 

Inches 


Style E 
Wheel 

Size 

Inches 


Style F 
Wheel 

Size 
Inches 


Style K 
Handle 

Size 

Inches 


Style S 
Handle 

Size 

Inches 


2% 


2.35 9.85 3 


31/2 


2^4, 3Vi6 ; 31/2, 37/« : 4V« 


3 


2.50 


10.00 „ 31/2 


3%. 4V,6 


4V4, 45/g 


43/4 


4 


2.65 


10.15 4, 5 . 41/2, 51/2 ' 


43/4, 5% 


5 


53/8, 7 


S 3.00 11.00 1 1 6. 7 




53/4 ! 


7V2 


4.30 < iU.OU 8, 9 7. 8. 9 


10 


6.25 


24.00 10, 12 


10, 12 






14 


9.00 


29.00 , 14, 16 14, 16 


18 


13.00 35.00 


18, 20. 22 ! 18, 20, 22 t 


24 


23.00 


oU.OO II 1 24, 27 24. 27 




30 


40.00 


80.00 




30, 36 


30. 36 









List price of Chain for Chain Wheels 



,20 per foot List price for connecting ends of Chain 



. 30 per Chain 



Chain Wheels without guides will he furnished, unless ordered "With Guide", 



For con\'enience in operating \alves located abo\e a 
normal reach from fioor le\"els, Crane Chain Wheels 
are ideal. They are made from high quality cast iron, 
of unusually rugged and ser\"iceable construction. 
and are designed to proN'ide a positi\-e grip on the 
chain under the most severe operation. 

Guides : Guides for Crane Chain Wheels, for sizes of 
7},-2-inch pitch diameter and larger, are regularly 
equipped with rollers, as illustrated; Guides for 
smaller wheels ha\'e plain loops. Crane Guides hold 
the chain in close contact with a large portion of the 
circumference of the wheel, preventing slipping or 
jumping of the chain. 

Hammer Blow Chain Wheels t When Chain 
Wheels are desired for operating large size or high 
pressure valves, additional power is usually necessary 
for the first effort in unseating the disc, and in the 
final mo\ement to effect a tight seating. For con- 
ditions such as these, the Crane Hammer Blow Chain 



Wheel is recommended. Its design embodies a 
"lost motion", wherein the wheel turns freely through 
a large angle, building up momentum until the heavy 
operating lugs engage. The resulting "hammer 
blow" acts upon the valve stem, facilitating opening 
and closing of the valve. The Hammer Blow Chain 
Wheels are available in -Ji-inch pitch diameter and 
larger; prices are furnished on application. 

Ordering : When ordering Chain Wheels separately, 
specify the pitch diameter, the size and catalog 
number of the valve on which it is to be used, and 
also advise if Chain Guide is desired. 

When Chain for Chain W "heels is ordered separately, 
orders must specify the pitch diameter of the Chairi 
Wheel for which the Chain is required. 

W^hen a valve is ordered with Chain Wheel or Chain 
Wheel and Guide, no extra charge is made for the 
labor to mount it on the vah e, but no allowance is 
made for the regular valve wheel or handle. 



For size of hole in Chain Wheels, Wheels, or Handles, see page 175. 



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177 



Tee Wrenches 




Tee Wrench 

for 

Square Operating Nut 



Tee Wrenches, frequently referred to as Tee-Handle Socket 
Wrenches, are used to operate all types of gate valves or other 
equipment that are regularly fitted with square operating nuts. 

These wrenches, made of steel pipe and tubing and of \\-elded 
construction, are furnished with nut sockets for either z-inch 
or 3-inch square operating nuts. The nut sizes conform to the 
dimensions of the American Water Works Association. Lengths 
ranging from five to nine feet are regularly made; other lengths 
are made to order. 



Prices and dimensions on application. 



Keys for Lock Shield 




T-Shape Key 

Brass, Not Plated 

No. 200 and No, 201 



List Prices 




No. 198 Key 


Eachj 


.70 


No. 199 Key 


Each' 


1-00 


No. 200 Key 


Each 


.25 


No. 201 Kev 


Each 


.20 




L-Shape Key 

Malleable Iron, Nickel-Plated 

No. 198 and No. 199 



Keys Used with Lock Shield Valves 



Size 

of 

Valve 

Inches 


No. 67 G 

or No. 145 G 

Valves 

use 
Key No. 


No. 112 
or No. 113 

Valves 

use 
Key No. 


No. 174 

Valves 

use 
Key No. 


No. 226 

or 

No. 227 

Valves 

use 

Key No. 


No. 455 
Valves 

use 
Key No. 


No. 1210 

or 

No. 1211 

Valves 

use 

Key No. 


No. 1213 
Valves 

use 
Key No. 


No, 4270 

Valves 

use 

Key No. 


No. 1-B 
or 

No. 2ti 

Valves 

use 

Key No. 


No. 438 
Valves 

use 

Key No. 


No. 440 
Valves 

use 
Key No. 


V4 












201 








200 


200 


% 




\ 








200 


200 
200 


200 


200 


V2 


198 




200 


200 


200 


200 


198 


200 




3/4 


200 


200 


198 


198 


198 


198 


1 


198 or 199 


198 


198 


198 


i f\o -1 /^n - 1 A/\ 




IV4 


19o 


1^0 or 1^^ 


199 


199 




IV2 


199 


f nn 


198 or 199 




199 




199 


2 


198 or 199 


1 













The photograph at the right sho\\'5 a high 
pressure steam control station using Crane 
Steel Gate Valves. The by-pass on the larger 
size valves exemplifies good piping practice. 



By-Passes and Gearing 

in addition to the vaK'e accessories shown 
in this section, Crane Co. also regularly 
supplies by-passes, gears, grease cases, etc. 
for many Crane VaK-es. For complete data, 
see the pages referred to below; 

By -Passes for: 

Iron Wedge Gate Valves page 114 

Iron Double Disc Gate Valves page 138 

Steel Wedge Gate Valves page 306 

Gearing for; 

Iron Wedge Gate Valves page 1 1 5 

Iron Double Disc Gate Valves page 139 

Steel Wedge Gate Valves page 307 

Steel Globe and Angle Valves page 326 




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178 



CRANE 



Composition Discs 







No. 1 Steam Disc 
No. 2 Hot Water Disc 
No. 3 Cold Water Disc 
*No. 6 Gasoline Disc 



No. 4 
Granite Disc 



*No. 5 
Cranoil Disc 



Low Pressure 

No. 7 Steam Disc 

No. 8 Hot Water Disc 



T 



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Copper Disc 

For prices, 

see page 37. 




{*No. 5 and No, 6 Discs always are furnished complete with disc holder,) 



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Size 



List Prices, Each 



Inches 



No. 1 Steam, 
No. 2 Hot Water, 

or 

No. 3 Cold Water 

Discs 



No. 7 Steam 
No. 4 or 

Granite No. 8 Hot Water 
Discs j Low Pressure 

Discs 



Approximate Dimensions 
In Inches 



No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, 
No. 4, or Copper Discs 



No. 7 or No. 8 
Low Pressure Discs 



A- 



A 



B 



Va 



.06 



.15 



.05 



^'M 



y* 



V^2 



1% 



V4 



06 



.15 



05 



^32 



^16 



Vs 



"A 



>32 



V^ 



-'A: 



Ve 



,08 



.20 



%; 



Vie 



Vs 



.06 



% 



^ 



.08 



.20 



y4 



7/32 



2^62 



3/16 



.06 



13/lG 



Vs 



Va 



Va 



3/4 



y* 



.10 



.25 



.08 



9/^2 



yaz 



I! 



lyi 



16 



yi 



8 



1 



.12 



.30 



y4 



1 



^%2 



7/^2 



.10 



lys 



ly* 



.18 



.40 



Vis 



y4 



iy4 



^A 



Vx 



.14 



iVa 



iy2 



.2. 



"^2 



1V^2 



,60 



.18 



lya 



%; 



y4 



.36 



IV^ 



I'-^a 



UVi 



.90 



.28 



716 



1 



3/^2 



29/16 



lyz 



11^2 



2y2 



,60 



1.50 



2%. 



iy4 



yi6 



11 



^y^ 



16 



1.00 



2.50 



131A 



"^2 



3IV1 



'/16 



213/ 



3y2 



1.25 



732 



y2 



43/ 



8 



225^ 



1.65 



'/32 



^16 



4y8 



31.'- 



2.25 



'>'32 



^y32 



6yi6 



331/- 



732 



2.75 



iy32 



8 



7yiG 



43/i 



'/4 



4.00 



^^32 



9"^ 




6.00 



7y8 



ir32 



113/ 



ne 



9.00 



9V^, 



5/^ 



t' 



133/ 



ne 



11 



=V8 



Crane Composition Discs are the result of years of 
constant study, research, and test. They are made 
from specially selected materials, and are of unusu- 
ally fine quality. Each type is ideally suited for the 
particular service for which it is recommended. 

No, 1 Steam Discs; No. 1 Steam Discs are made 
of high quality materials, properly compounded to 
provide satisfactory and lasting service. 

For 150 pounds saturated steam 
300 pounds hot water, 300° F. 

No. 2 Hot Water Discs: No. 2 Discs are made of a 
medium-hard composition that gives excellent results 
on hot water, oil, gas, or gasoline lines. 

For 500 pounds hot water, 225° F. 

400 pounds oil, gas, or gasoline, 100° F. 

No. 3 Cold Water Discs: No. 3 Cold Water Discs 
are made ol a soft, tough rubber compound that is 
especially suitable for cold water or air service. 

For 600 pounds cold water or air, 100° F. 

No. 4 Granite Discs: Cranite Discs consist princi- 
pally of long fibre asbestos and a binder, molded and 
vulcanized under high compressive loads. They give 
unusually satisfactory results on high pressure-tem- 
perature lines and on ser\-ices that are too severe for 
ordinary composition discs. 

For 300 pounds steam, 550° F. 

600 pounds hot water, 1 50 to 450° F. 



No. 5 Cranoil Discs: Cranoil Discs are a com- 
pounded phenol formaldehyde resinoid. When fur- 
nished, they are cemented into the disc holder of the 
valve, and have a specially machined face to fit a 
specially machined seat. They are recommended for 
oils, gasoline, air, and gases at temperatures up to 
250° P., especially on services where valves with an 
ordinary metal or composition disc cannot be made 
tight. See page 32. 

No. 6 Gasoline Discs: No. 6 Discs are a specially 
prepared compound that is completely resistant to 
gasoline. They are soft enough to make a tight seat 
on suction lines and on gravity pressures up to 15 
pounds. They are recommended for use in check and 
foot valves only (sho\\-n on pages 53 and 157), and 
always are furnished complete with disc holder. 

Low Pressure Discs: The No. 7 Steam Discs and 
No. 8 Hot Water Discs are not interchangeable with 
other Crane Discs; they are slightly smaller in size, 
being used only in valves for low pressure service. 

For — No. 7, 100 pounds saturated steam 
— No, 8, 125 pounds water, 200° F. 

Domestic gas service 

Copper Discs : Copper Discs are preferred by some 
engineers for special services. They are furnished 
regularly only in the No. 213 and No. 215 Valves 
shown on page 37. 



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179 



Malleable Iron Screwed Fittings 



Standard Fittings pages 1 80 to 1 86 

Circulating Boiler Fittings page 187 

Air-Tested Standard Fittings page 188 

Standard Refinery Oil Fittings page 189 

300-Pound Fittings pages iqo and iqi 

Heavy Fittings page r Q2. 

A.A.R. Fittings page 1^3 

Hydraulic Fittings page IQ4 



The Crane line of Malleable Iron Fittings includes fittings for 
steam working pressures up to 300 pounds and for water, oil, 
or gas working pressures up to 2000 pounds, depending upon 
size. The user is afforded a wide variety of types and an 
unusually liberal assortment of straight and reducing sizes. 

Crane Malleable Iron is characterized by pressure tightness, 
stiffness, and toughness, the latter property being especially 
valuable in pipe fittings. It has a tensile strength of from 
40,000 to 50,000 pounds per square inch. Uniformity and 
superior quality are assured through the application of im- 
proved methocls in furnace practice, casting, and annealing. 

Although differing in their weight and proportions, the various 
lines are alike in that no detail of manufacture is overlooked 
to prox'ide fittings of exceptionally high quality. Except for 
Plain Standard Fittings, the pipe ends are reinforced with 
bands. Tough, close-grained iron, threads accurately cut to 
gauge and in true alignment, openings chamfered to permit 
easy entrance of the pipe, — these and other features contribute 
to making Crane fittings uniformly satisfactory. 



******* ** 



The list at the top of this page does not include all the 
Malleable I ron Fittings manufactured by Crane Co. For 
greater con\-enience, the following fittings are shown in 
other sections of this catalog; 

Bushings ■ page 226 

Plugs page 228 

Faced Couplings and Locknuts page 232 

One-Strap and Two-Strap Clamps page 233 

Screwed Unions and Union Fittings. . .pages 23S to 246 

Flange Unions pages ^50 to 252 

Railing Fittings pages 268 to 272 

Floor Flanges page 2qo 

Companion Flanges page 2Q2 

How to read reducing fittings. . . page 644 










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180 



CRANE 



Standard Malleable Iron Fittings 



WORKING PRESSURES, BANDED FITTINGS 

150 pounds steam 
300 pounds cold water, oil. or gas, non-shock 



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The Crane line of Standard Malleable Iron Fittings illustrated on pages i8i to i86 
is unusually complete. 1 1 includes a great variety of types and a large assortment 
of reducing sizes. It affords the user a selection sufficient for almost any piping 
installation within its pressure and size range. 

Rugged construction: The fittings are well proportioned and of good weight. 
Their strength is very high, providing a very liberal factor of safety over'^he 
recommended working pressures. 

Threading: All openings are accurately threaded to gauge, and in true align- 
ment. Each opening is chamfered slightly, to permit easy entrance of the pipe. 

Plain fittings: Plain fittings are satisfactory for low pressure gas and water 

lines, for house plumbing, or for railings. 

Air-tested fittings: Crane Air-Tested Standard Malleable Iron Fittings are 
suitable for air brake and other compressed air lines. A liberal assortment of 
types and sizes is carried in stock. These fittings are shown on page i88. 

Dimensions: The table below gi\-es the dimensions of the most currently used 
straight size fittings and of reducers. Plain fittings have the same center to end 
dimensions as the corresponding size of banded fitting. Dimensions of other 
types and of reducing sizes will be furnished on request. 



M' 



M 






Dimensions, in Inches 




-A-l-A-J 



r^ 



90-^ Elbow 90= Street Elbow Side Oudet Elbow Tee 




Service Tee 



A 



*A* 



1 
A 



*A* 



•-TL 



Cross 



Thread 
Engagement 

Z-»-l 





See page 591 
for explanation. 






45° Elbow 45° Screet Elbow Four-Way Tee 



- 1 


^: 



45-^ Y-Bend 



Cap 





Coupling Reduce 



I— M— j 




Return Bend 



I 



Size 


A 


B 


C 


D E 


J:' 


G 


H 


J K 


Z 


Return Bends 


Vs 


^Vl6 


V2 


- 1 


iVi6 Wie 






Vie 


iyi6 


1/4 


Size M N 


jSize M N 


Size M N 


Va 


1^/16 


^/4 


IV16 


% ^Vl6 


i % 


IVie! 1 


% 


Close Pattern 


Open Pattern 


Wide Pattern 


Vs 


*Vl6 


'VlG 


IV16 


^Vl6 IV16 


2y8 


IV16 


Va 


1^6 11/8 


3/8 


V2 1 13/4 


y2 11/2 lys 


3/8 11/2 1% 


Vi 


i'/s 


'/& 


1% 


IV16 IVlG 


2Vl6 


11 Vis 


y% 


IViel 11/4 


1/2 


3/4 IV4 23/,6, 


34 2 21/4 


i 34 4 ,33/ 


Vi 


fVl6 


1 


l'/8 


IVlG IV16 


21V16 


2Vl6 


1V16 


IV2 llVie 


Vie 


1 1 1/2 21/2 


1 2V2 25/8 


1 '*• * *^ / 1 w 

34 6 41/2 


1 


iV2 


IVa 


2V8 


1V16 11/2 


3% 


2Vl6 


IVie 


liVielii/iG 


'Vi« 


IV4 13/4 213/je 


11/4 3 33/J6 


1 6 41/2 


iV4 


1^/4 


iVl6 


2'Ae 


W4 il^Vie 


4Vl6 


215/16 


11/4 


IIV16 21/16 


'V16 


iy2 23/16 33/16 1 


11/2 31/2 3% 


1 1/4 6 43/4 


1V2 


i'Vl6 


1^16 


-i^Vie 


1% lyg 


41/2 


3Vl6 


IV16 


21/8 25/,6 


11/16 


2 2% 3% i 


2 4 43/8 


IVz 6 S 


2 


■iV4 


l^VlG 


3V4 


l^Vie 2V4 


5Vi6 


4 


IV16 


21/2 2l3/j6 


¥4 


Medium Pattern 


21/2 41/2 415/16 


1 £m ^ V 

2 1 5 434 


2V2 


2IV16 


l^Vie 


31^16 


IVs 29/16 


6V4 


411/16 


1% 


2% 31/4 


^Vl6 


V2 iy4 1% 


3 5 59/ifi 


2 6 55/16 


3 , 


^Va 


^Vl6 


4V2 


21/8 3 


7V4 


5 Vie 


IV4 


33/16 311/16 


1 


3/4 1 IV2 115/16 


4 ; 6 611/16 


3 71/2 613/is 


3V2 


3 Vie' 


2% 


iy% 


2% 1 3% 






l^Vie 


3Vi6 4 


lVl6 


1 lys 21/4 


I 


1 tt / i u 

3 8 61 Vie 


4 


ij'Vie 


21/2 33/4 


8% 


6IV1G 


21/16 


31V16 43/8 


iVs 


iy4 21/4 213/,6 




6 12 lU/ie 


5 


4V2 


3VlG 


6% 


1 






25/16 


41/4 37/8 


1V4 


iy2 21/2 33/16 


1 


/ 1 


6 


iy'/s 


3Vi6 


8 


1 




2Vl6 


4% 43/8 15/16 


2 3 Vk .! 


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181 



Standard Malleable Iron Fittings 




90' Elbows, Banded 
Rirht Hand 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


U^— 


.12 


.16 


V4 




.12 


.16 


% 1 


.12 


.16 
.18 


V2 


.14 


3/4 


.20 


.26 


1 I 
""IV4 ' 


.26 


.34 


.40 


.52 


IV2 


.50 


.66 


I 


.801 


1.04 


21/2 


1.44 


1.90 


3 


1 


2.00 
3.0c 


1 


2.60 


3V2 




3.90 


4 


3.60 


4.70 


^ 1 
3 


6.50 


8.50 
12.10 


6 


9.30 


V4 xVs 1* 


.14 * 


.18 


% xVi 


.14 


.18 


% xVa * 


.14 * 


,18 


V2 xyg 


.1( 




.20 
.20 
.28 


V2 XV4 

V4 XV2 


1 


.2' 


V4 x% 


.22 


.28 


V4 xV4 r 


= .22 ' 


.28 


1 x3/4 , 


.28( 


.36 


I XV2 


.28 


.36 


1 xVb 


.28; 


,36 


IV4XI ! 


.44 


.58 


1V4XV4 


.44 


.58 


lV4Xy2 , 


.44 


.58 


IV2XIV4 


.56 


.72 


iVaxl : 


.56 


.72 


1'/2XV4 


.56' 

1 


.72 


2 XIV2 


.88 


1.14 


2 XIV4 


.88 


1.14 


2 xl 


.88 


1.14 


2 x3/4 


* .88 


* 1.14 


21/2X2 


i 

/2 


1.6U 
1.60 


2.10 


2^2X1^ 


2.10 


3 X 21/2 


2.20 


2.90 


3 x2 


2.20 


2.90 


3 xl 


* 2.20 


* 2.90 


31/2x3 


3.30 


4.30 


4 xSYz 


* 4.00 


* 5.20 


4 x3 


4.00 


5.20 


4 x2 


* 4.00 

* 4.00 


* 5.20 


4 xiy2 


* 5.20 


6 x4 


1*10.30 


*13.40 


6 x2V2 


*10.30 


i*l3.40 



List Prices, Each 




90' Elbows, Banded 
Right and Left 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
hach 


Galv. 
Each 


V4 


.14 .18 


% 


.14 1 .18 


V2 


.16 ! .20 


Va 


i .24 ; .32 


1 


.30 .40 


IV4 


.46 .60 


11/2 


.58 .76 


2 


.92 1.20 




90" Elbows 
Plain 



Size 
Inches 



Black 
Each 



Galv. 
Each 



v^ 



8 



.12 .16 



Va 



12 



16 



^ 



8 



12 i .16 



14 



18 



^4 



.20 .26 



1 



.26 I .34 



IV4 



.40 .52 



IV. 



.50 , .66 



2 


.80 


1.04 


1/4 xi/g , 


.14 


.18 


% XV4 


.14 ■ 


.18 


ys xi/s 


.14 


.18 


1/2 x3/8 


.16 , 


.20 


V2 xy4 


.16 
M6 

.22 


.20 


V2 xVs 


'.20 


y4 xVa 


.28 


y4 xYs 


.22 
.28 


.28 


1 xy4 


.36 


I xl/2 


.28 


.36 


1 x% 

11/4x1 


.28 


.36 


.44 


.58 


1V2X1V4 


] .56 


.72 


2 X 1 V2 


.88 


,1.14 




45^ Elbows 
Banded 


Size 
Inches 


Black Galv, 
Each Each 


Vs 


.14 .18 


V4 


i .14i .18 


% 


.14 .18 


Vz 


.18 .24 


V4 


.24 .32 


1 


1 .32 .42 


1V4 


1 .48' .62 


1V2 


.60 .78 


2 


.96 1.24 


2V2 


1.72 2.20 


3 


: 2.40 3.10 


3V2 


' 3.60 4.70 


4 


4-40 5.70 


-» 




; 7.80 10.20 


6 


11.20 14.60| 




45" Flbows 
Plain 


Size 
Inches 


B ack 

Each 


Galv. 
Each 


V4 


* .14 ^ .18 


% 


* .14 * .18 


V2 


* .18 " .24 


V4 


i* .241* .32 


1 


* .32 

* .48 


'* .42 


IV4 
IV2 


\* .62 


* .60 

1* .96 


,* .78 


2 


M.24 




bO blbows 
Plain 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


IV^ .62 .80 


11/2 .80 1.04 


7 


'*1.24 


^1.60 



with 
sold 



an 
at 



*Non-Standard sizes: Sizes indicated 

asterisk (*) are -Non-Standard .and are 

an advance in price over - Standard sizes. See the 

Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Sizes not listed are special. Prices on application. 






90' Street Elbows 
Banded 




Si^re 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


G 

b 


alv. 
ach 




Vs 


.14' 


.18 




V4 


.14 


.18 




% 


.14 


.18 




V2 


.16' 


.20 




V4 


.241 


.32 




1 


.30' 


.40 




IV4 


.46 
i .58 




.60 




IV2 




.76 




2 


.92: 


1.20 




2V2 


; 1.66 


2.20 




3 


1 2.30 


3.00 




3V2 


:* 3.60'^' 
4.20i 


4.70 




4 


5.50 




5 


* 7.5( 


) * 


9.80 




6 


M0.7< 


13.90 




A B 








Vs X l/g 


' A 

.2 


i!* 


.20 




V4 XV2 


b 


.34 




1 x3/4 


! .3 

'* .3 


4 


.44 




1 x'z 


4'* 


,44 

.66 




11/4X1 


1 .50 




1 1/4 X 3/4 


-^ .50 * 


.66 




ll/?.Xl'/4' '^-i. 


.84 




IV2XI 


* .64 ' 


.84 




1 V2 X V4 


* .64'^ 


.84 




2 xl» 


/2 1-02, 


1.32 




2 xll 


/4,* 1-02 


' 1.32 




2 xl 


* l.C 

* l.i- 


2- 


" 1.32 




21/2x2 


4 


" 2.40 




21/2x1^ 


/2* 1.84 
^2 ^ 2 a bO| 


' 2.40 




3 x2i 


^3.40 



X 



2 !* 2.60/ 3.40 



x3 



:t 



4,60 -- 6.00 





90 Street Elbows 
Plain 


Size 

Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Vs 


* .14 ^ .18 


V4 


* .14 ;* .18 


% 


* .14 ■* -18 


V2 


* .16 * .20 


^/i 


'* .24 ,* .32 


1 


' .30 * .40 



45' Street Elbows 
banded 


Size 
Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each hach 


1/3 * .161* .20 


Vd '* .16 * .20 


3/8 1 .16 .20 


1/2 .20 .26 


34 .28 .36 


1 .36 .46 


IV4 .56; .72 


IV2 -70 .92 


2 ., 1.10' 1.44 


21/2 *2.00 *2.faO 


3 |*2.80;*3.70 


4 1*5. 10**6.60 



B 




Side Outlet Elbows 
Plain 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


V4 


* .24!* .32 


Vg 


, .24 .32 


V2 


.28! .36 


3/4 


.40 .52 


1 


.52 .68 


n/4 


.80 1.04 


1V2 


1.00 


1.30 



1.60 2.10 



A B 



3/8 xV4 * -28 * .36 



1 



xVa 



.32 * .42 



¥4 xl/21* 


.441* .58 


V4 x3/8 ■* 


.44* .58 


1 x3/4,* 


.56 * .71 


1 1/4 X 1 * 


.88 *1.14 



Larger sizes: For qo° and 45° Elbows larger xhan 
b-inch, Crane Standard Malleable Iron Refinery 
Oil Fittinf^s are recommended. See page i8g. co 



1 I 





|i 



■ t 



I 



■ ^^ 



I 



182 



CRANE 



Standard Malleable Iron Fittings 



List Prices, Each 




B 




Tees, Banded | 


Size 
Inches 




Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Size 
Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each Each 


Size 

Inches 


Black Galv. 

Each Each 


u 




.16 


.20 


ABC 


ABC 1 


A 


B C 


V4 




.16 


.20 


1 X 1 X 34 


.38 


-50 


iVzxl xl 


.74 


.96 


2V2 


x2 X n/z * 2.00,* 2.60 


% 




.16 


.20 


1 X 1 X Vz 


.38 


.50 


1 V2 X 1 X 34 


.74 


.96 


2V2 


xiy2x2i/2 2.00 


2.60 


V2 




.20 


.26 


1 X 1 X 3/8 


.38 


.50 


1V2X34 X1V2 


.74 


.96 


21/2 


xiy2x2 * 2.00 


* 2.60 


V4 




.26 


.34 


1 X 1 X 1/4 


.38 


.50 


11/2X34 xll/4 


* .74 


* .96 


iVz 


X IV2X iy2 • 2.00 • 2.60 


1 


.34! 


.44 


1 X 34 X 1 


.38 


.50 


IV2X34 xl 


* .74 


* .96 


2V2 


xiy4xiy4!* 2.00 ♦ 2.60 


1V4 




.52 


.68 


1 X34 x34 


.38 


.50 


IV2X34 x34 


.74 


.96 




x2 X2V2' 200^ 2.60 


I»'2 


.66 


.86 


1 x3/4 xVz 


.38 


.50 


1V2XV2 X1V2 


.74 


.96 


3 


x3 x2y2. 2.90 3.80 


2 
2Vz 




1.04 
1.80 


1.36 
2.40 


I x34 x3/8 


.38 


.50 


lVzx3/8 XIV2 


* .74 


* .96 


3 


x3 x2 ; 2.90 


3.80 


1 X 1/2 X 1 


.38 


.50 


IV4XIHXIV2 


.74 


.96 


3 


x3 X 0/2 2.90 


3.80 


3 




2.60 


3.40 


1 XVZ x3/4 , 


.38 


.50 


1 Vi X 1 X 1 V2 


* .74 


* .96 


3 


x3 XIV4I 2.90 


3.80 


3V2 




4.00 


5.20 


1 xVs xVz 


.38 


.50 


1 xl xllA 


.74 


.96 


3 


X 3 X 1 2.90 


3.80 


4 




4.80 1 


6.20 


1 x3/8 xl 


.38 


.50 


2 X 2 X 1 V2 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


X 3 X 34 


* 2.90 


• 3.80 


5 




8.50, 


11.10 


3/4 X34 xl 


.38 


.50 


2 x2 xlVi 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


x2V2x3 2.90 


3.80 


b 




12.00 


15.60 


3/4 -xVz Xl 


.38 


.50 


2 X 2 X 1 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


x2y2x2y2 * 2.90 * 3.80 


A B 


C 






Vz X 1/2 X 1 : 


* .38 


* .50 


2 X 2 X 34 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


X 21/2x2 • 2.90 * 3.80 


'■t -^ U -^ 


'.8 . 


.18 , 


■ .24 


IV4XIV4XI 


.58 


.7b 


2 X 2 X 1/2 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


x2 x3 2.90 


3.80 


'/s X '8 ^ 


U 


^ .18 


* .24 


IV4XIV4X3/4 i 


.58 


.76 


2 X 2 X 3/8 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


x2 x2y2'* 2.90* 3.80 


% X 3/g X 


V4 , 


.18 


.24 


IV4XIV4XV2 


.58 


.76 


2 X 1 Vz X 2 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


x2 x2 1 2.90 3.80 


ys X 3/8 X 


Vs 


* .18, 


* .24 


IV4X 11/4x3/8 , 


.58 


.76 


2 XIV2XIV2 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


X 1 x3 


* 2.90 


• 3.801 


% X % X 


3/8 , 


^ .18 


* .24 


1 V4 X 1 X 1 V4 , 


.58 


.76 


2 xli/2xiy4 


1.14 


1.50 


2y2 


x2V2x3 2.90 3.80 


3/8 X % X 


Vi 


* .18, 


' .24 


1 V4 X 1 X 1 


.58 


.76 


2 xiy2xl 


1.14 


1.50 


2 


x2 x3 1' 2.901 * 3.80 


V4 X '/4 X 


3/8 


.18 


.24 


IV4XI x3/4 , 


.58 


.76 


2 x 1 y4 x 2 


1.14 


1.50 


31/2 


x3y2x3 4.40 1 5.70 


I2 X V2 X 


3/8 


.22 


.28 


IV4XI xVz , 


.58 


.76 


2 xiy4xii/i 


1.14 


1.50 


3V2 


X 31/2x21/2 4.40; 5.70 


V2 X V2 X 


V4 , 


■22 1 


.28 


IV4X3/4 XIV41 


.58 


.76 


2 xiy4xiy4 


1.14 


1.50 


4 


x4 xJVzi ^ 5.30 i* 6.90 


>/2 X V2 X 


Vs 


* .11 


* .28 


11/4x3/4 Xl , 


.58 


.76 


2 xiV4xy2 


n.i4 


n.5o 


4 


x4 x3 5.30 6.90 


Vz X 3/8 X 


Vz , 


.11 

1 


.28 


11/4X34 x34 


.58 


.76 


2 X 1 x2 


1.14 


1.50 


4 


x4 x2y2, 5.30, 6.90 


V2 X % X 


3/8 




.28 


IV4XV2 XIV4, 


.58 


.76 


2 X 1 X 1 Vz 


*1.14 


*1.50 


4 


x4 X 2 5.30 6.90 


V2 X 3/g X 


V4 , 


• .22 


* .28 


1 V4 X Vz X 1 


« .58 


* .76 


2 xl XIV4 


•1.14 


•1.50 


4 


x4 X n/z 5.30 6.90 


V2 X V4 X 


V2 


.22 


.28 


1V4X3/8 XIV41 


.58 


.76 


2 X 1 X 1 


*1.14 


*1.50 


4 


x4 X 11/4 1* 5.30 ♦ 6.90 


Vz X V4 X 


V4 : 


* .22 1 


* .28 


1 Xl XIV41 


.58 


.76 


2 x34 x2 


1.14 


1.50 


4 


x4 xl • 5.30 • 6.90 


% X 3/g X 


V2 ! 


.22 


.28 


1 X34 XIV4I 


* .58 


* .76 


2 xVz x2 


*1.14 


•1.50 


4 


x3 x4 • 5.30 ' 6,90 


V4 X 3,4 X 


U , 


.30 


.40 


3/4 x34 xiy4 


" .58 


* .76 


2 x3/8 x2 


M.14 


M.50 


4 


x3 x3 ' 5.30 * 6.90 


^/4 X ^/4 X 


3/8 , 


.30 


.40 


IV2XIV2XIV4 


.74 


.9b 


lV2Xiy2x2 


1.14 


1.50 


3 


x3 x4 * 5.30:' 6.90 


V4 X % X 


'/4 


.30 1 


.40 


iVzxlVzxl i 


.74 


.96 


iVzxiy4x2 


M.14 


'1.50 





xo x4 , 9.40, 12.20 


Vi X V2 X 
V4 X V2 X 


•% 1 

Vz 1 


.30 
.30 


.40 
.40 


P,2X1V2X34 , 


.74 


.96 


lV4Xiy4x2 


1.14 


1.50 


^ 
3 


x5 x3 9.401 12.20 


P,2X1V2XV2 1 


.74 


.96 


1 X 1 X 2 


n.i4 


♦1.50 




x5 X 2 * 9.40 ^12.20 


3/4 X V2 X 


3/8 , 


.30, 


.40 


IVzxlVzxS/s 


.74 


.96 


3/4 x34 x2 


•1.14 


•1.50 


6 


x6 x4 1 13.20, 17.20 


3/4 X Vs X 


3/4 , 


.30, 


.40 


ll2Xiy4XlVzi 


-74 


.96 


2y2x2y2x2 


2.00 


2.60 


6 


x6 x3 1 13.20, 17.20 


3/4 X 3/8 X 


V2 


.30 


.40 


1 V2 X 1 V4 X 1 V4 


.74 


.96 


2y2x2V2xiy2 


2.00 


2.60 


6 


x6 x2V2 13.20 17.20 


3/4 X 3/g X 


3/8 : 


.30 


.40 


IV2XIV4XI , 


.74 


.96 


2V2 X IVzxl V4 


2.00 


2.60 


6 


x6 x2 , 13.20 17.20 


3/4 X y4 X 


3/4 , 


• .30 


* .40 


IV2XIV4X34 


.74 


.9b 


2V2X2V2X1 


, 2.00 


2.60 


b 


x4 x6 •13.20 'IZ.IO 


Vz X Vz X 


3/4 . 


.30, 


.40 


1 Vz X 1 '/4 X V2 


» .74 


* .96 


2V2X 21/2x34 

21/2x2 X21/2 


1 2.00 
2.00 


2.60 
2.60 


1 


V2 X 3/8 X 


3/4 


.301 


.40 


IV2XI xP/z 


.74 


.96 


i 1 


3/g X 3/g X 


^^4 


.30 


.40 


1 V2 X 1 X 1 V4 


.74 


.96 


21^2x2 x2 


2.00 


2.60 





*Non-Staiidard sizes: Sizes indicated with an 
asterisk. [*) are "'\on-Standard" and are sold at an 
advance in price o\er "Standard" sizes. See the 
Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Description page 180 Dimensions . . . . 



Sizes not Hsted are special. Prices on application. 

Larger sizes: For sizes larger than 6-inch, Crane 
Standard Malleable Iron Refinery Oil Fittings are 
recommended. Seepage i8q. 

(C) 



page 180 



Working pressures pog^ 180 




CRANE 



183 



I 



Standard Malleable Iron Fittings 



'^^ 



List Prices, Each 

c 



















lees 
Plain 






Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


^8 


.lb 


.20 


A EC 






V4 


.16 


.20 


1 X 1 X 3{, 


.38 


.50 


% 


.16 


.20 


1 X 1 X 1/2 


.38 


.50 


4 


.20 


.26 


1 X 1 X 3/8 


.38 


.50 


^4 


.26 


.34 


1 X 1 X 1/4 


.38 


.50 


1 


.34 


.44 


1 X 3/^ X 1 


.38 


.50 


IV4 


.52 


.68 


1 X 3/4 X 34 


.38 


.50 


u; 


.66 


.86 


1 X 3^4 X 1 ., 


.38 


.50 


"* 


1.04 


1.36 


1 X 34 X 3/8 
1 X V2 X 1 


.38 
.38 


.50 
.50 


ABC 


'4X>4Xl8 


.18 


.24 


1 X 1 2 X 3^ 


.38 


.50 


'gX >8 X V4 


' .18 


* .24 


1 X 1/2 X 1/2 

1 X I/2 X 3/8 
1 X 3/8 X 1 
1 X 3/8 X 3/4 
1 X 3/8 X 1/2 
3/4 X 3/4 X I 


.38 

* .38 
.38 

* .38 

* .38 
.38 


.50 

* .50 
.50 

* .50 

* .50 
.50 


% X 3'8 X 1 i 


.18 


.24 


% X % X 1 8 


.18 


.24 


3/3 X V4 X 3/8 


' .18 


* .24 


3/8 X 1/4 X V4 


* .18 


* .24 


'4X^4X^8 


.18 


.24 


1 2 X 1/2 X Vs 


.22 


.28 


3/4 xi/2 xl 

3/4 X 3/8 X 1 


.38 

* .38 


.50 
* .50 


Vz X V2 X 1/4 


.22 


.28 


V2X 3/8x1/2 


.22 


.28 


11/4 X 11/4 X 1 


.58 


./b 


V2 X 3/8 X 3/8 


.22 


.28 


11/4X11/4x3/4 


.58 


.76 


^2 X %X '4 


" .22 


* .28 


11/4 XIV4X 1/2 


.58 


.76 


I2XV4XV2 


.22 


.28 


11/4x11/4X3/8 


.58 


.76 


% X 3/8 X V2 


17 

1 *« *■ 


.28 


11/4x1 X 11/4 


.58 


.76 


V4 X 3/4 X 1/2 


.30 


.40 


11/4x1 xl 


.58 


.76 


^4 X 3/4 X 3/8 


.30 


.40 


11/4 X 1 X 3/8 


* .58 


* .76 


5/4 X 3/4 X 1/4 


.30 


.40 


iy4x3/8 xiy4 


* .58 


* .76 


3/4 X 1/2 X 3/4 


.30 


.40 


1 X 1 X 11/4 


.58 


.76 


^4 X 1/2 X 1/2 


.30 


.40 


11/2x11/2X11/4 


.74 


.96 


^4 X 1/2 X 3/8 


.30 


.40 


11/2X11/2X1 


.74 


.96 


^4 X 1/2 X 1/4 


* .30 


* .40 


11/2x11/2x3/4 


.74 


.96 


¥4 X 3/8 X 3/4 


.30 


.40 


IV2X 11/4 X IV2 


.74 


.96 


^4 X % X 1/2 


.30 


.40 


2 x2 xli/2 


1.14 


l.oU 


^4 X 3/8 X % 


.30 


.40 


2 x 2 X 11/4 
2 X 2 X 1 


1.14 

1.14 


1.50 
1.50 
1.30 


^k X 1/4 X 3/4 


• .30 


* .40 


V2 X 1/2 X 3/4 


.30 


.40 


2 X 2 X 3^ 


,1.14 


V2 X 3/8 X 3/4 


.30 


.40 


2 X 11/2x2 
2 X 11/2 XIV2 


1.14 

i 1-14 
-' 1.14 


1.50 
1.50 
1.50 


3/8 X 3/8 X 34 


.30 


.40 




IV2XIV2X2 



*Non-Standard sizes: Sizes indicated with an 
asterisk {;*) are "Non-Standard"' and are sold 
at an advance in price over "Standard'" sizes. See 
the Crane Discount Street for prices. 

Sizes not listed are special. Prices on application. 

Larger si:se Crosses: For Crosses larger than 
0-inch, Crane Standard Malleable Iron Refinery 
Oil Fittings are recommended. See page i8g. 

Description page ISO Dimensions . page J80 

(C; Working pressures . . . page 180 




s 


srvice lees 
Banded 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


V4 




* .18 1* .24 


3/8 




.18 .24 


V2 




.24 .32 


^ 


.30 .40 


1 




.40 .52 


1V4 




.60 


.78 


1 1/2 




.76' 1.00 


7 




1.20 


1.56 


21/2 




*2.10 *2.74 







*3.00 ^3.90 


4 




*5.50f*7.20 


A B 


c 




3^8 X3.8 


X V2 


■^ .26 * .34 


3/4 XV2 


x3/4 


* .34 * .44 


1 X I 


x3/4 


.44 .58 


1 X3,4 


xl 


* .44 ' .58 


1 X 1/2 


xl 


* .441* .58 


3/4 x34 


xl 


* .44 * .58 


11/4 xl 


X11/4 


.66 1 -8^ 


11/4X1 


xl 


'^ .66 * .8b 


11/4X3/4 


xiy4 


.661 .86 


1 xl 


xll/4 


* .66 * .86 


1'.2X1V4 


X1V2 


.84, 1.10 


II2XI 


X1V2 


* .84 n.io 


11-2x3/4 


X 1 1/2 


* .84 n.io 


2 x2 


X 1 


n.32 ^1.72 


2 XIV2 


x2 


1.32 1.72 


2 xli/4 


x2 


n.32 *1.72 


2 xl 


x2 


*1.32 n.72 


2 x3/4 


x2 


*1.32 n.72 


21/2x2 


X2V2 


n.30 r3.00 


3 X 21/2 


- 

X 3 


*3.30 M.30 


3 X 3 


x4 


^^fa.lO , '7.90 




Four-Way 1 
P ain 


ees 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


y4 


^ .32 


- .42 


3/8 


.32 


.42 


V2 


.40 


.52 


3/4 


.52 


.68 


1 


.68 


.88 


iy4 


1.04 


1.36 


1V2 


1.32 


1.72 


2 


2.10 


2.70 




B 



C 



Crosses, 


Banded 




Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv, 
Each 




yg 


■' .22 


* .28 




y4 


.22 


.28 




3/8 


.22 


.28 




V2 


.26 


.34 




^.4 


.36 


.46 




1 


.46 


.60 




iy4 


.70 


.92 




iy2 


.88 


1.14 




2 


1.40 


1.80 




-^2 


2.50 


3.30 




3 


3.50 


4.60 




31'2 


5.30 


6.90 




4 


6.30 


8.20 




5 


11.40 


14.80 




6 


16.30 


21.20 




ABC 1 




V4 xy4 xyg 


=^ .24 


* .32 




3/8 x3/« XV4 


=' .24 


* .32 




VZ xy2 x3/8 


.28 


.36 




Vz ^Vz xV^ 


'* .28 


* .36 




3/4 x3/4 xy2 


.40 


.52 




3/4 x3/4 x3/8 


.40 


.52 




1 X 1 X 3/4 


.50 


.66 




1 X 1 X 1/2 


.50 


.66 




1 X 1 X 3/8 


.50 


1 .66 




11/4X11^x1 


.76 


' 1.00 




11/4X11/4X3/4 


.76 


1.00 




11/4 X 11/4 xy2 


1 -76 


1.00 




11/4x11/4x3/8 


* .76 


* 1.00 




11/4x1 X 1 


;* .76r'^ 1.00 




11/4X1 x3/4 


* .76 


^1.00 




11/2X11/2x11/4 


.96 


1.24 




ll/2Xiy2Xl 


, .96 


1.24 




11/2 xU/zX 3/4 


.96 


1.24 




iy2Xll/2Xy2 


* .96 


=^ 1.24 




U/2 X 1 1/4 X 1 1/4 


!* .96 


/■^ 1.24 




2 x2 xli/2 


1.54 


2.00 




2 X 2 X 1 1/4 


1 1.54 


2.00 




2 x2 xl 


1.54 2.00 




2 X 2 X 3/4 


1 1.54 


2.00 




2 X 2 xVi 


* 1.54 


* 2.00 




1 xiy4xiy4 


;* 1.54 


* 2.00 




21/2x21/2x2 


2.80 

1 


3.70 




21/2x21/2x11/2 


,* 2.8G 


* 3.70 




2y2X 21/2x1 


* 2.80 


* 3.70 




S x} X 21/2 


* 3.9t 


* 5.10 




3 x 3 X 2 


3.9C 


5.10 




3 X 3 X 1 


]■' 3.9C 


''^ 5.10 




4 X 4 x3 


1^ 6.9C 


I * 9.00 




4x4x2 


1 6-9( 


) 9.00 




6 X 6 x4 


n8.0( 


) *23.40 




6 X 6 X ^ 


ns.oc 


) *23.40 




6 X 6 X 2 


n8.o( 


) *23.40 





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B 



C 



List Prices, Each 




Crosses 
Plain 




Size 
Irjches 


Black 
bach 


Galv. 
Each 


V4 


.22 


.28 


% 


.22 


.28 


Vz 


.26 


.34 


% 


.36 


.46 


1 ! 


.46 


.60 


1V4 


.70 


.92 


1V2 


.88 
1.40 


1.14 


2 


1.80 


ABC 


% xyg x% 


* .24 


' .32 


V2 X 1/2 X 3/8 1 
V2 XV2 xV4 


.28 


.36 


* .28 


* .36 


V2 X% x3/g 


' .28 


-^ .36 


3/4 X34 XV2 


.40 


.52 


V4 x34 x3/s 


.40 


.52 


^4 X 1/2 X 1/2 . 


'■ .40 1 


■= .52 


V4 xy2 x34 ;' 


' .40 ' 


' .52 


V4 x3/g xV2 '^ 


.40 ^ 


' .52 


1 X 1 X 3/4 


.50 


.66 


1 xl xV2 , 


.50 


.66 


1 X 1 X 3/8 


.50 


.66 


1 x3/4 XV4 " 


.50 /■ 


.66 


1 x3/4 xVs '■" 


.50 i' 
.50 * 


.66 
.66 


1 x3/4 x3/8 ;^ 


1 xl/2 x% - 


.50 * 


.66 


11/4x1 1/4 X 1 


.76 


1.00 


11/4X11/4X3/4 


.76 
.96 


1.00 
1.24 


1 V'2 X 1 1/2 X 1 1/4 


IV2X 11/2X1 


1.24 


2 x2 XIV2. 


1.54, 


2.00 


2 X 2 X 1 1/4 


1.54 


2.00 

2.00 


2 x2 X 1 1 


1.54 



*Non-Standard sizes : Sizes indicated with an asterisk 
(*) are ■'Xon-Standard" and are sold at an advance 
in price o\er '"Standard" sizes. See the Crane Dis- 
count Sheet for prices. 

Sizes not listed are special. Prices on application. 



Description., page 180 Dimensions.. . page 180 

<C^ forking pressures. . . page 180 




45^ Y-Rends 
Banded 




Size 
Inches 


Black 
bach 


Galv. 
Each 




% ,* .20;^ .26 




1/2 ' .281 .36 




% 


.36 .46 




I 1 .50 .66 




IV4 


.80 1.04 




IV2 1.14 1.50 




^ 1.70 2.20 




^V2 - 3.10 4.00 




3 5.60 7.30 




4 ' 9.60' 12.50 




ABC 


• DO 






1 X 1 X 34 1 


* .72 




IV4X IV4XI i* .88'=^- 1.14 




IV4XIV4X3/4 * .88 * 1.14 




IV2XIV2XIV4 * 1.26 * 1.64 




IV2X IV2XI * 1.26 * 1.64 




lV2xlV4xiy2 * 1.26 * 1.64 




IV2XIV4XIV4'* 1.26 * 1.64 




2 x2 xlVz ■" 1.90 * 2.50 




2 x2 XIV4'* 1.90 * 2.50 




2 x2 xl * 1.90 * 2.50 




2 X 1 1/2 X 2 


* 1.901* 2.50 

* 1.90 * 2.50 




2 XIV2XIV2 




I XIV2XI1/4 * 1.90 * 2.50 




2 X 174x2 * 1.90 * 2.50 




2 xl%xli/2 * 1.90 * 2.50 




2 xl%xll/4 * 1.90 -^ 2.50 




2/2x21/2x2 * 3.40 * 4.40 




2V2X 11/2 X 11/2 1 


* 3.40 

^ 6.20 ' 


^ 4.40 




3 x3 x2y2 


8.10 




3 x2y2x2V2/ 6.20r 8.10 




3x5x2 M8.00! ^23.40 




6 xb x2 '26.00 '-33.80 






60° Y-Bends 
Plain 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
hach 


Galv. 
Each 


2 *2.00 *2.60 






Reducers 
Plain 


■ 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
hach 


Galv. 
Each 


1/4 


xVfi 


.10 


.14 


% 


xl/4 


.10 


.14 


% 


xl/8 


.10 


.14 


V2 


x3/8 


.12 


.16 


V2 


xl/4 


.12 


.16 


V2 


xy. 


* .12 


* .16 


V4 


xVz 


.18 


.24 


V4 


xyg 


.18 


.24 


H 


xy4 


.18 


.24 


1 


x3/4 


.24 


.32 


1 


xVz 


.24 


.32 


1 


x3/8 


.24 


.32 


1 


X 1/4 


.24 


.32 


11/4 


X 1 


.30 1 


.40 


IV2 


X1V4' 


.36 


.46 




45^^ Y-Bends 
Plain 


Size 
Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each Each 


IV4 ''* .80 '*1.04 


11/2 n.l4 *1.50 


2 1.70 1 2.20 


ABC 


iy2Xiy2xli/4 n. 26:^.64 


2 x2 xli/2, 1.90 2.50 


2 X 1 1/2 x 2 ' 1 . 90 2 . 50 


2 xli/2x]i/2' 1.90 2.50 



Reducers 
Banded 


Size 
Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each Each 


v^ xy« 


1* .10 


* .14 


% X 1/4 


.10 


.14 


% xV« 


* .10 


* .14 


V2 X % 


.12 


.16 


V2 X 1/4 


1 .12 


.16 


V4 X 1/2 


.18 


.24 


V4 x3/8 


.18 


.24 


V4 Xl/4 


1 .18 


.24 


'4 xy« 


* .18 


* .24 


I x3/4 


.24 


.32 


1 xy2 


j .24 

.24 


.32 


1 x3/8 


.32 


1 X 1/4 


1 .24 


.32 


iy4X 1 


! .30 


.40 


iy4x3/4 


, .30 


.40 


iy4xy2 


.30 


( .40 


iy4x3/8 


.30 


.40 


iy4xi/4 


i* .30 


* .40 


iy2x 1V4 


.36 


.46 


11/2 X 1 


. 36 


.46 


iy2x 34 


.36 


.46 


iy2 X 1/2 
iy2x3/8 


.36 


.46 


* .36 


* .46 


iy2xy4 


" .36 


* .46 


2 xiy2 


.56 


.72 


2 X iy4 


.56 


.72 


2 X 1 


.56 


.72 


2 x3/4 


.56 


.72 


2 X y2^ 


.56 


.72 


2 x3/8 


.56^ 


.72 


2 X y4 


* .56 


* .72 


21/2 X 2 


1.00 


1.30 


2y2xiy2 


1.00 


1.30 


2y2x 1V4 


1.00 


1.30 


21/2 X 1 


1.00 


1.30 


3 X 2y2 


1.50 


2.00 


3 X 2 


1.50 


2.00 


3 xiy2 


1.50 


2.00 


3 xiy4 


1.50 1 


2.00 


3 X 1 J^ 


1.50 


2.00 


3 x3/4 


n.5o 


*2.00 


31/2X3 


2.20_J^ 


2.90 


3y2x2y2 


2.20 


2.90 


31/2x2 


2.20 


2.90 


4 X 3y,. 


2.80 


3.70 


4 X 3 


2.80 1 


3.70 


4 X 2y2 


2.80 


3.70 


4 X 2 


2.80^ 


3.70 


4 xiy2 


*2.80 


*3.70 


4 xIVa 


*2.80 


*3.70 


4x1 


*2.80 


*3.70 


5 X 4 


*5-00 1 


*6.50 


5 x3 


*5.00 


*6.50 


5x2 i 


*5.00 


*6.50 


6 x5 


*7.20 1 


*9.40 


6x4 ; 


"7.20 


*9.40 


6 X 3 


V.20 i 


*9.40 


6x2 1 


''7.20 I 


*9.40 



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Couplings, Banded 
Right Hand 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


i/a * .10 


* .14 


1/4 * .10 


* .14 


% 


* .10 


* .14 


Vi 


* .12 


* .16 


V4 


* .18 


* .24 


1 


* .24 * .32 


iy4 


.32 


.42 


I ¥2 


.42 


.54 


2 


.68 


.88 


2y2 


1.20 1.56 1 


3 


1.70 


2.20 


31/2 


2.50 


3.20 


4 3.00 


3.90 


5 


*4.00 


*5.20 


6 


*6.10 


*7.90 




Couplings, Banded 
Right and Left 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Vs * -10 * .14 


V4 * .10 * .14 


3/8 * .10 * .14 


Vz * .12 * .16 


34 * .18 * .24 


1 * .24 * .32 


-11/4 .32 .42 


11/2 -42 .54 


2 .68 .88 


21/2 1.20 1.56 


3 *1.70 *2.20 



^ 



Couplings, Plain 
Right Hand 


Size 
Inches 


Black 

Each 


Galv. 
bach 


Vs 


.10 ,14 1 


1/4 .10 .14 


% .10 


.14 


Vz .12 .16 


3/4 .18 .24 


I .24 .32 


11/4 -32 .42 


11/2 .42 .54 


2 .68 .88 



List Prices, Each 




Caps 
Banded 



Size 
Inches 



Black 
Each 



Galv. 
Each 



V4 


* .08 


* .10 


% 


* .08 


* .10 


V2 


* .10 


* .14 


y4 


* .16 


* .20 


1 


* .20 


'^ .26 


1V4 


.26 


.34 


IVa 


.36 


.46 


2 


.50 


.66 


2V2 


.80 


1.04 


3 


1.20 


1.56 


3V2 


1.60 


2.10 


4 


2.20 


2.90 


5 


3.60 


4.70 



5.40 ! 7.00 




Caps 
Plain 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


l/g .08 .10 


V4 -08 .10 


Yg .08 .10 


1/2 .10 .14 


34 ,16 .20 


1 ,20 .26 


Sizes H, M- and H 
inch are made of stee . 




Locknuts 
Hexagonal 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Vs 


.05 .07 


1/4 


.05 .07 


% 


.05 .07 


V2 


.06 .08 


¥4 


.08 .10 


1 


.12 .16 


11/4 .16 .20 


11/2 -20 .26 


2 .24 .32 


21/2 .60 .78 


3 .76 1.00 


31/2 .86 1.12 


4 .96 1.24 


4" size is occagonal. 
hor sizes 5 to 12", use 
Cast Iron; page 201. 




Return Bends 
Banded 


Size 
Inches 


Center 

to 
Center 
Inches 


Right Ha^d jRight & Left 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Close Pattern | 


V2 1 i .32 , .42 


.36 , .46 


V4 I IV4 


.36 .46 " .42 .54 


1 


IV2 


.48 .62 1 .56 , .72 


iy4 13/4 


.72 .94 


.84 1.10 1 


1V2 


23/16 


.98 1.28 ' 1.12 1.46 


2 


2% 


1.60 2.10 1 1.84 2.40 


Medium Pattern 


Vi 


IV4 .34 


.44 ■ .38 .50 t 


■Va 


IV2 


.40 1 .52 'i .46 .60 


1 


1% 


.52 .68 \ .60 .78 


1V4 


2V4 


.80 1.04 i! .92 i 1.20 


1V2 


2V2 


1.10 i 1.44 


1.26 1.64 


2 


3 1.76 2.30 


2.00 2.60 


Open Pattern 


Vz 


IV2 -38 , .50 .44 .58 


3/4 


2 


.44 .58 .52 .68 


1 


21/2 .58 I .76 


.68 .88 


IV4 


3 


.88 1.14 


1 1.02 1.32 


11/2 


3V2 


1.24 


1.60 1 1.40 1.80 1 


2 i 4 


2.00 2.60 


2.30 1 3.00 1 


2V2 , 41/2 


2.90 3.80 3.30 4.30 


3 , 5 4.30 5.60 4.90 6.40 | 


4 ; 6 11.60 15.10 


1 


Special Wide Pattern 


% 11/2 ■* .25 '^ .30 ,i 


3/4 4 


■* 1.00 * 1.35 ;| 


V4 


6 


* 1.25 * 1.65 i 


1 


6 


* 1.25 * 1.70 


1 


11/4 


6 


* 1.25 * 1.70 1 


IV2 


6 


* 2.00 * 2.75 


1 


2 5 , * 3 . 00 * 4 . 00 1 1 


2 


6 


* 4.00 * 5.00 


3 1 7V2 


* 5.00 * 6.50 


3 


8 


* 5.00 * 6.50 1 


6 12 1*16.00 *21.00 j 


Cose Pattern Return Rpnds can not be used to 
make up para le coiLs. ihe center to center di- 
mension is so cose that the bands of adjacent 
bends wil not clear each other. 



*Non-Standard sizes : Sizes indicated 
with an asterisk (*) are "Non-Standard" 
and are sold at an advance in price over 
"Standard" sizes. See the Crane Discount 
Sheet for prices. 

Sizes not Hsted are special. Prices on 
application. 



Description pogc 180 

Dimensions po.ge 180 

Working pressures ... page 180 



(C) 




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List Prices, Each 




B 





Extension P 
Plain 


ieces 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


% 


.10 


.14 


V2 


.14 


.18 


% 


.22 


.28 


1 


.32 


.42 


1V4 


.36 


.46 


1V2 


.46 


.60 


2 


.66 


.86 


A B 


lA X 3/r 


* .14 


* .18 


3/, N 1 ^2 


* .22 


* .28 



Waste Nuts | 


Size 

In. 


Black Galv. 

Each Each 


Vs *.08 MO 


1/4 .08 .10 


3/8 .08 .10 


1,2 ! -08 .10 


3/4 .10 .14 


1 .12 1 .16 


IV4 .22 .28 


IV2 -50 .66 


2 ' .82 1.06 





B 




Chandelier ( 
Hooks 
Female 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


% 


.14 


1/2 . 1 8 



Chandelier 

Hooks 

Male 



Size 
Inches 



Black 
Each 



Vs 



.14 



.18 






Chandelier 
Loops 

Male 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


% .14 


"2 , .18 



Wall Plates 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


H 1 .28 


V2 


.36 


3/4 *.56 



Drop Tees, Plain 
Female 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


% , .20 .26 


V2 


.30 


.40 


3/4 .44: .56 


ABC 


%x3/8xV4 ^22 *.28 


V2^\2^%i -34 1 .44 


V2x3/8x3/8 *.34 


*.44 


V4X3/4XV2 .48 1 .62 


y4X 3/4x3/8 *.48 ; ^62 


VaK^xVa *-48 *.62 


y4xV2x3/8 *.48 *.62 


1 xl \%: *.64 1 *.84 





Drop Elbows, 
Female 


Plain 


Size 
Inches 


Black 

Each 


Galv. 
bach 


Va 


.16 


.22 


% 


.16 


.22 


Vz 


.24 


.32 


% 


.36 


.46 


A B 


% X 1/4 


* .18 


* .24 


3/4 X ' 2 


* .40 


* .52 



Drop Elbows, Plain 

Male and Female 

Short Drop 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv, 
Each 


% .16 -22 


V2 '* .24 * .32 


A B 


1/4x3/8 * .18 * .24 


V2X% * .26 !* _34 



B 




Drop Tees, Plain 

Male and Female 

Short Drop 


Size 

Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each Each 


% .20 .26 


ABC 


1/4x1/4x3/8 *.22 ; *.28 


%X 1/4x3/8 *.22 


*.28 


V2xy2x3/8 *.34 *.44 


1/2x3/8x3/8 *.34 *.44 


3/4x3/4x3/8 *.48 *.62 


3/4x1/2x3/8 *.48 


*.62 1 


1 xl x3/8 *.64 ' *.84 






Offsets 
Banded 


Size 
Inches 


Offset 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


V4 


IVz 


.20 .261 


1 11/2 .30 .39 


IV4 ! 2 1 .50 ' .65 



Crossovers 
Banded 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv, 
Each 


Vi -20 .25 


^4 .30 -40 


1 ' .45 .60 



Crossover Tees 
Banded 


Size 
Inches 


Galv. 
Each 


V2 


.38 


3/4 .56 



*Non-Standard sizes: Sizes indicated \\'iLh an 
asterisk (,*) are ■'Non-Standard" and are sold at an 
ad\ance in price o\ei "Standard" sizes. See the 
Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Sizes not listed are special. Prices on application. 

Description. page 180 Working pressures . . page 180 




Drop Elbows, Plain 
Male and Female 

Long Drop 


Size 

Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 

Each 


3/8 .20 .26 


V2 


.30 .40 


A B 


1/4x3/8 * .22 * .28 


V2X3/8 * .34 * .44 




Drop Tees, Plain 

Male and Female 

Long Drop 


Size 
Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each Each 


% 


*.24 


*.32 


ABC 


3/4 x3/4 xVz * .58 * .76 


1 xl xVz * .80 *1.04 


lV4xli.4xi2 *l-30 n.70 




Wash Tray Tees 
Plain 


Size 
Inches 


Galv. 
Each 


Vi . 20 


3/4 ! .30 


ABC 


3/4X34XV2: .30 



(C) 



Hexagon Nipples 
Right and Left 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


1/4 . 20 


% 


.20 


V2 


.20 


3/4 . 25 


■ 


.30 


IV4 .40 


IV2 


.50 


2 i .70 


2V2 


1.10 


3 


1.50 


31/2 i 1-90 


4 1 2.40 






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187 



Circulating Boiler Fittings 

Malleable Iron — Galvanized 



A - 





WORKING PRESSURE 

150 pounds water, 200° F. 






No 58b J 2 
Elbow, with 

Ground Joint Union 



^ No. 589 Vz 
Coupling, with 
Ground loincL'nion 



No. 585 

Old Style Elbow 
With Gasket Union 



No. 586 

New Style Elbow 

With Gasket Union 



No- 589 

Coupling 

With Gasket Union 





No. 587 
Elbow 



No. 588 
Coupling 



No. SS6'/2 Elbows and No. 589'/2 Couplings 
have a brass to iron ground joint seat. 

No. 585 and No. 586 Elbows and No. 589 

Couplings are furnished with a rubber 
gasket . 

When ordering Circulating Boiler Fittings, 
be sure to specify the correct size; refer to 
illustrations. 

List Prices 




No. 5871/2 

Long Turn Elbow 



Size 



Inches 



ABC 

1/2x1/2x34 



A B C A B C 

3/4x1/2x34 1/2XV2XI 



ABC 

3/4x1/2x1 



ABC 

3/4x3/4x1 



A C 

3/4x1 



Ground Joint 


No. S86V2, Elbows 


Each 




1 


.60 


.75 






Cnion lype 


No. 589^^2' Couplings 


Each 




1 


.60 


.75 


.75 






No. 585, Elbows 


Each 


,bO 


.75 


.60 


,75 


.75 




Gasket Union Type 


No. 586, Elbows 


Each 




.60 


.75 


.75 




No. 58^, Couplings 


Each ' 




1 


.60 


.75 


.75 






No, 587, Elbows 


Each 




1 


.40 


.40 


.40 




Without Union 


No. 5871/2. Elbows 


Each 




1 




.58 




No, 588. Couplings 


Each 






.40 


.40 


.40 





\\ ith the exception ot the Long Turn Libow. Crane 
Circulating Boiler Fittings are especially designed 
for tanks or recei\'ers that utilize an internal pipe. 
I he connection lor cold water into a range boiler 
or hot water tank is a common example. The internal 
pipe-is screwed into the female opening at the mate 
end of the fitting, and the male end is then screwed 
into the tank. The cold water supply is then con- 
nected to the female opening ot the fitting on the 
outside of the tank. 



The \o. 587} 9 Long Turn Elbow is especially useful 
for making a connection through an insulating 
jacket on a tank. The long turn provides ample 
clearance for the insulation. 

Crane Circulating Boiler Fittings with Ground Joint 
Unions are exceptionally strong, rugged, and dura- 
ble. The rings, thread-pieces, and elbows are inter- 
changeable with the like parts of the 150-Pound 
Malleable Iron LInions shown on page 138. 




D - 




F-H 





No. 586V2 No. 5891/2 



No. 585 



Size 



ABC 



Dimensions, in Inches 



No. 586 







No. 587 



No. 588 



No. 5871/2 



Dimensions, in Inches 



ABC 

V4 X V2 X 3/4 



ABC 

VzxVzxl 



ABC 

y4X 1/2x1 



ABC 

^4X3/4X1 



Size 



ABC 


ABC 


ABC 


A C 


V2 X 1/2 X 1 


V4XV2XI 


3/4 X 3/4 X 1 


V4XI 



A 








n/g 


iVifi 


IVlG 


B 






1 


31V16 


3>Vl6 


3»Vl6 


C 






3% 


3% 


33/8 


D 








Wb 


IV16 


1VI6 


IE , 








31V16 


3>yi6 


3»Vi6 


'f ! 


2Vl6 


2^A 


1 


25/16 


2V4 


23/4 


G 1 


I'Vie 


2 


1 


1% 


l»Vl6 


I'Vl6 


H 1 


1 






33/8 


3Vi6 


3Vl6 



J 




iVs 


IV16 


IV16 






K 




nVl6 


2 


% 


1 




L 




l"/l6 


l^Vie 


1^3/16 




M 


I 






3 


N 


1 




' 


3 



Extra Gaskets page 57 J 



fi 



JllK 




I . 




■■\tu 
('ll 




t 



1 ll 



I. 

It 



":7i''V-^ 'J'i.^'IK- --: 




im 



188 



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m 



Standard 



Malleable Iron Fittings 



Air-Tested 






For air brake and other compressed air service 





90° Elbow 




45° Elbow 




90" Street Elbow 





r[, 




Tee 



.1 I '; 





Cross 




Return Bend 





Coupling 



Reducer 



iiif 



Any of the Standard Malleable Iron Fittings shown 
on pages i8i to 185 can be furnished air-tested, to 
order. The list prices of Air-Tested Fittings are the 
same as for untested, but the Air-Tested are sold at 
an advance in price. See the Crane Discount Sheet 
for prices. 

Air-Tested Fittings are admirably suited for air 
brake and other compressed air lines. They are 
given an air-under-water test. 

Banded 90° Elbows, qo° Street Elbows, and Tees, 
Black and Galvanized, sizes }4 to 2-inch, are carried 
in stock, but other types and sizes can be furnished 
to order at short notice. 



± .-, 



Ml <-^- 




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189 



Standard Malleable Iron Refinery Oil Fittings 



WORKING PRESSURES 

175 pounds steam 

200 pounds hot oil, 350° F. 

350 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 









No. 760 
90° Elbow 



No. 762 

45° Elbow 



No. 764 
Tee 



No. 766 

Cross 



No. 768 
90' Street Elbow 



List Prices, Black 



Size Inches 1 II/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 6 8 10 12 | *S3/i6 *65/8 


No. 760, 90° Elbows Each .40 .55 .70 .90 1.50 2.40 3.25 4.25 11.00 21.00 37.00 60.00 8.00 19.00 


No. 762, 45' Elbows Each .50 .65 .85 1.10 1.85 2.85 4.00 5.00 12.75 26.00 


No. 764, Tees Each .60 .80|1.05 1,35 2.25 3.60 5.00 6.50 16.50 32.00 55.00 90.00 12.00 28.50 


No. 766, Crosses Each | 2.70 4.50 7.20 10.00 13.00 33.00 63.00 t 


No. 768, 90' Street Elbows Each 1.25 2.10 3.10 5.60 1 



Reducing Fittings: No. 764 Reducing Tees are 
carried in stock in the sizes shown in the table 
below; stock reducing sizes will be furnished at the 
same prices as straight size Tees. Other reductions 
can be made to order by bushing in the sand; when 
so bushed, non-stock sizes use the same list prices as 
straight size Tees, but are sold at an ad\'ance in 
price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Reducing qo° Elbows, 45° Elbows, Crosses, and qo° 
Street Elbows can be made to order by bushing in the 
sand from straight sizes. When so bushed, reducing 
sizes use the same list prices as straight sizes, but are 
sold at an advance in price; see the Crane Discount 
Sheet for prices. 

c)o° Street Elbows can be furnished reducing on the 
female end only. 

Reducing fittings that require a new pattern are 
entirely special. Prices on application. 

Rugged construction: Crane Standard Malleable 



Iron Refinery Oil Fittings are heavier than com- 
mercial standard malleable iron fntings but are not as 
heavy as the 300-Pound shown on page iqo. 

Service recommendations : These fittings have 
long threads and are particularly adapted for making 
tight joints on oil lines, gasoline lines, vapor lines, 
and natural gas lines. They also give excellent 
service when used on steam, water, gas, and air lines. 

*Casing sizes: Orders must specify the outside 
diameter of the casing, the number of threads per 
inch, and the style of the casing. 

No. 764 Reducing Tees Carried in Stock 



ABC 


A BC ABCABCABC 


1 X 1 X 3/4 


21/2x21/2x2 
21/2x21/2x11/2 


4x4x3 

4x4x2 


8x8x6 
8x8x4 
8x8x3 


10x10x8 


11/4x11/4x1 


10x10x6 


IV2X 11/2x1 


3 X 3 X 21/2 
3x3x2 
3 X 3 X 11/2 


6x6x4 
6x6x3 
6x6x2 


10x10x4 


2 x2 xli/2 
2 X 2 X I 


12x12x10 
12x12x6 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Dimensions apply only to straight sizes; dimensions of Reducing Tees will be furnished 

-A-!*A* 



on request. 



t-A-H 




T 

A 



*A-M-AH 



■a 



tL 







No. 760 

90° Elbow 



No. 764 
Tee 



No. 766 
Cross 



No. 762 
45° Elbow 



No. 768 
90" Street Elbow 



See page 59 1 for 
explanation. 



Size 



1 I IV4 I 11/2 



21/2 



3V2 



4 



8 



10 



12 *53/,6J *65/8 



A — Center to end 



1% I iVs 121/8 I 21/2 I 31/4 I 33/4 [ 41/8 [41/2 [ 6V4 1734 I 91/4 |11V2[ 51/2 1**67/8 



iViei IV2 ll^Viel 2 I 21/4 [21/2 I 25/8 \VVie\ ^Vi I 45/ig 



2'A 



16 



3V2 



4^2 



B — Center to end, 45° Elbows 
I C — Center to end, Street Elbows 

D — Center to end, Street Elbows 
^ Z — Thread Engagement 

^*When 65^-inch fittings are threaded for 6^-inch A. P. I. Casing, dimension ''A" will be 6K inches 



I 



3Vi6 I 3% I 4Vi6 



511/ 



16 



IV16 *Vl6 



»M 



16 



3/4 



^Vi6 1 1 1 1V16 1 iVs 1 1V16 1 1V16 1 1% I m 



*These are 
casing sizes. 



I 






I .H 




H Jl 






It, 

\ < I 
I ■ 



..r* 



190 



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I 




No. 260 E 
90° Elbow 



300 -Pound Malleable Iron Fittings 

WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam or oil, 550° F. — 300 pounds ammonia 
J^ to I -inch — *2000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
i}4 to 2-inch — *1500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
z}^ and 3-inch — - '*'1000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

300-pound air-under- water test 







mmmm 

J CRAKIE ] 




No. 276 E 

45° Y-Bend 



No. 262 E 

45 "Elbow 



No. 264 E 
Tee 



No. 266 E 
Cross 



No. 279 E 

Coupling 



No. 267 E 
Reducer 






No. 268 E 
90° Street Elbow 



No. 2621/2 E 
45'^Street Elbow 



No. 278 E 

Cap 

List Prices, Black 





No. 272 E 
Return Bend 



No. 1564 

Return Bend 

with }^-inch Back 

Outlet 



Size Inches V4 % V2 % 1 1 V4 1 V2 2 21/2 3 


No. 260 E, 90° EIdows Each .25 .25 ' .30 ' .35 .40 .55 .70 .90 1.50 2.40 




No. 262 E, 45" Elbows Each .30 .30 .:'5 .42 .50 .65 .85 1.10 1.85 2.85 




No. 262 V2 E, 45° Street Elbows Each .38 .38 .50 .56 .63 .88 1.12 1.55 | 


For 


No. 264 E, Tees Each .40 .40 .45 .50 .60 .80 1.05 1.35 2.25 3.60 


sizes 
3 3^- inch 

and 


No. 266 E, Crosses Each .80 .80 .90 1.00 1.20 1.60 2.10 2.70 4.50 7.20 


No. 267 E, Reducers Each .25 .25 .30 .40 .45 .55 .70 1.30 2.25 


larger, 


No. 26i:E, 90° Street Elbows Each .30 .30 .40 .45 .50 .70 .90 1.25 2.10 3.10 


see 


No. 276 E, 45' Y-Bends Each .95 1.05 1.25 1.70 2.20 2.85 4.75 7.55 


page 
192. 


No. 278 E, Caps Each .17 .17 .19 .23 .29 .38 .50 .65 1.00 1.35 


No. 279E, Couplings Each .14 .14 ,14 .20 .26 .34 .42 .56 .80 1.20 





List Prices, Return Bends, Black 




Size Inches 1 1 1 IV4 Wa Wa Wa ^Va Wa H/z 


Center to center Inches! 13/4 2V2 3 2V4 2V2 3 3^/2 4 6 21/2 


No. 272 E, Return Bends Each .60 .75 .85 .90 .95 1.00 1.15 1.20 1.55 1.05 


No. 1564, F:eturn Bends, with y2-i"'^l^ Back Outlet Each f 1.90 


Size I nches 1 V2 1 V2 1 y2 1 y2 2 2 2 2 2 2 


Center to center Inches 3 31/2 6 8 3 3V2 4 4% 6 8 


No. 272 E, Return Bends Each 1.15 1.25 1.75 2.00 1.25 1.30 1.90 ) 2.25 3.25 3.50 


No. 1564, Return Bends, with V2-irich Back Outlet Each ) j 2.15 2.25 



Reducing fittings: Reducing fittings are carried in 
stock in the sizes and types shown in the table on 
the opposite page. These sizes are furnished at the 
same prices as straight sizes. 

Reducing sizes not carried in stock, and reducing 45° 
Elbows, 45° and qo° Street Elbows, Crosses, and 45° 
Y-Bends can be made to order by bushing in the 
sand . W hen so bushed , non-stock sizes use the 
same list prices as straight size fittings, but are sold 
at an advance in price; see the Crane Discount 
Sheet for prices. 

Reducing 45° and qo° Street Elbows can be furnished 
reduced on the female end only. 

Reducing fittings that require making a new pattern 
are entirely special. Prices on application. 

*Working pressures: The working pressures given 
above for cold service, do not apply to Street Elbows 



or to 45° Y-Bends; these are recommended for only 
500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock. " 

Rugged construction: These fittings are excep- 
tionally tough, strong, and rugged. They are far 
superior to so-called heavy malleable fittings made 
from standard cast iron patterns. They have long 
threads, accurately cut to gauge. 

Service recommendations : The fittings are espe- 
cially suitable for severe service; they will withstand 
rough usage, piping strains, vibration, and expansion 
and contraction. 

Ammonia service: The openings of these fittings 
have a machined chamfer to permit soldering, in order 
that they may be used for ammonia service. 

Galvanized fittings : Galvanized fittings are made 
to order only. Prices are 50% higher than the list 
prices shown above for black fittings. 



! 



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191 



300-Pound Malleable Iron Fittings 

Reducing Fittings Carried in Stock 




B 



No. 

90° Elbow 



No. 264 E 
Tee 



No. 267 E 
Reducer 



Reducing qo° Elbows, Tees, and Reducers are carried 
in stock in the sizes shown in the table below. These 
si^es are furnished at the same prices as straight sizes. 

For prices of reducing fittings not carried in stock, 
see the footnotes on the preceding page. 



No. 260 E, 90" Elbows 



Vs XV4 



V2 «H 



V4 



x3/8 



x3/4 

xVz 



IV4 X 1 

1V4X3/4 

IV4 X V2 

1V2X1V4 

P/zxl 



2 
2 

2 

2 
1 



XIV2 
xU/4 

X 1 

x3/4 

X Vz 



2V2X 
2V2X 



2 

IV2 



3 
3 



X21/2 

X 2 



No. 264 E, Tees 



B C 



3/8 X 

%x 



% X 1/4 

V4 X % 



1/2 X 

V2X 
y2x 

V2X 

%x 



V2 
V2 

3/8 

V4 



3/8 
Vi 

Vz 

V2 



3/8 X V2 



3/4 X 

3/4 X 

3/4 X 

3/4 X 

3/4 X 

3/4 X 

3/4 X 

y2x 

3/8 X 



3/4 
3/4 
3/4 
V2 



X 



V: 



2 X 



3/8 
V4 
¥2 



3/s 



8 X 



V2 
3/8 
V4 
3/4 
V2 
3/4 
3/4 
3/4 
3/4 



B 



C 



V4 

V2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



1 
1 
1 
1 



X 
X 
X 
X 



3/4 

3/8 

V4 



3/4 


X 1 


3/4 


x3/4 


3/4 


X V2 


V?. 


X 1 


3/4 


X 1 


V, 


X 1 



V4 
V4 
V4 



M 



V4 
V4 

V4 
V4 
V4 



X 
X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



1V4X 

IV4 X 

1V4X 

1V4X 

1 X 

1 X 

3/4 X 
X 
X 



1 

3/4 

V: 



3/s 



3/4 
V2 



2 

s 

1V4 

1 

1V4 
V2 

iy4 



A B 


c 


1V4X3/8 
1 X 1 

3/4 x3/4 


X1V4 

xU/4 

XIV4 



n/2 

1V2 
1V2 
1V2 

iy2 
11/2 

11/2 

iy4 
1 



X 
X 
X 



X 
X 
X 

x 

X 
X 



1V2 

11/2 

1V2 
1V2 

IV2 

^4 

V2 
1V4 

1 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



iy4 
1 

3/4 

y2 

3/s 

iy2 
iy2 
iy2 
iy2 
iy2 
iy2 



2 X 

2 X 

2 X 

2 X 



2 
2 
2 
2 



X 
X 
X 
X 



lyz 
iy4 
1 

3/4 



B 



C 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

iy2x 
iy4x 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



2 
2 
2 

lyz 
1 

y2 
iy2 

ly* 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



y2 

3/8 

y4 
2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 

2 X 



21/2 
2y2 
2 

2 



X 2 

xiy2 
x2y2 
x2y2 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

2y2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



3 
3 
3 

2y2 
2 

2y2 



x2y2 

X 2 

xlVz 

x3 

x3 

x3 



No. 267 E, Reducers 



3/8 X 


y4 


1/2 X 


3/8 


y2x 


y4 


3/4 X 


y2 


3/4 X 


3/8 


3/4 X 


V4 



1 
1 
1 
1 



x3/4 

xy2 

x3/8 

xy4 



iy4 
iy4 
iy4 
iy4 
iy4 



X 
X 
X 



1 

3/4 

y2 

3/8 

y4 



iy2 

iy2 

11/2 

iy2 
iy2 



X 

X 
X 
X 



iy4 
1 

3/4 

y2 

3/8 

y4 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



xiy2 

xiy4 

X 1 

x3/4 

xy2 

x3/8 



2 X 


y4 


2y2x 


2 


2y2x 


iy2 


2V?x 


iy4 


2y2x 


1 



3 

3 
3 
3 
3 



x2y2 

X 2 

xiy^ 
xiy* 

X 1 



Dimensions, in Inclies 




Dimensions of straight sizes, and of Reducers, are shown in the table below. 
Dimensions of reducing qo° Elbows and Tees will be furnished on request 



kA-i-A- 




+ 1 
AT 


^ — A- 

1 L 


- 


A^ 




- 






No. 260 E 
90° Elbow 



No. 264 E 
Tee 



No. 266 E 

Cross 



No. 262 E 

45° Elbow 



No. 268 E 
90^ Street Elbow 



No. 2621/2 E 
45° Street Elbow 





No. 276 E 
45* Y-Bend 



No. 267 E 
Reducer 



No. 278 E 
Cap 





"'IJThrcad' 
Engagement 




No. 279 E 

Coupling 



No. 272 E 

Return Bend 



^l5\X^v^ 



See page )91 

for explanation 



Size 


y4 


3/8 


V2 


3/4 


1 


iy4 


iy2 


2 


2y2 


3 


A — Center to end 


>Vl6 


IV16 


IVa 


1V16 


1% 


l^Vie 


2y8 


2y2 


215/16 


33/8 


B — Center to end, 45^ Elbows 


^3/i6 


y8 


1 


lya 


1V16 


11/2 


l^Vie 


2 


2y4 


2y2 


C— Center to end, 90° Street Elbows 


13/16 


1V16 


iy4 


1V16 


1% 


l»Vu 


2y8 


2y2 


21^16 


33/8 


D— Center to end, 90° Street Elbows 


IV16 


1% 


2 


23/16 


2Vl6 


278 


3y8 


31V16 


41/2 


5y8 


E— Center to end, 45° Street Elbows 


3/4 


^3/i6 


1 


lys 


iyi6 


iy2 


l»Vl6 


2 






F— Center to end, 45° Street Elbows 


n/a 


iy4 


13/8 


1V16 


113/ie 


2y8 


2Vl6 


21V16 






G— Center to end, 45° Y-Bends 






3/4 


Vs 


1 


1V16 


iy4 


1V16 


13/4 


2 


H— Center to end, 45" Y-Bends 






2 


23/8 


3y4 


3^3/16 


4y2 


53/1 6 


6y8 


678 


1 — End to end. Reducers 


1V16 


l»Vl6 


13/4 


2 


23/8 


2>Vl6 


33/16 


31V16 


4Vl6 


K — Height, Caps 


2^32 


% 


lVl6 


iy4 


13/8 


iy2 


l>Vl6 


1^3/16 


2y8 


2y4 


L — End to end. Couplings 


13/8 


IVs 


lys 


2y8 


23/8 


278 


278 


3% 


4y8 


4y8 


Z — Thread Eneaeement 


3/8 


% 


Vz 


V16 


^Vie 


^Vie 


^Vl6 


3/4 


1V16 


1 



No. 272 E, Return Bends 



Size 



11111 iy4 1 174 I iy4 I iy4 1 iV4 iiy4[iWiy2 1 172 1 iy2 1 172 i 2 i 2 1 2 1 2 1 '2 1 2 



M— Penler lo tenter 



T3/.I2UI 3 12V. I 272 I 3 13721 4 I 6 |272l 3 | 37^ 



8 3 1372 4 145/8 I 6 8 



N— Height 



l2V«l3V.l3V,i3Vi6|3iVi6|3'Vie|43/ig|4Vie| 5 |33/g|43/ig |3i5/^^|5U/^, |6ii/i6|4%|4yg|5ys|5Vi6|6y8[7y8 



r, --..., . . 



^ . 







' . 



.:• 





* ! 



■'I 



Cj*! 




■tl" 







2\ 




A 


m 


Jl 




ll 




*tE 


1 






i: 



n4 






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No. 260 E 

90^ Elbow 



Heavy Malleable Iron Fittings 

WORKING PRESSURES 

3 J^ to 6-inch — 300 pounds steam or oil, 550° F. 

8 to 1 2-inch — 250 pounds steam or oil, 550° F. 

■)}4 and 4-inch — flOOO pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

5 to 10-inch — 800 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

r 2-inch — 600 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

14 and lb" fittings are used with O.D. pipe on vapor lines. 




Galvanized ftttings: 

Gah-aniied fictings are 
made to order only. 
Prices are 50% higher 
than the list prices for 
black fittings. 







No. 262 E 

45 = Elbow 



No. 264 E 
Tee 



No. 268 E 
90" Street Elbow 



No. 267 E 
Reducer 



No. 266 E 
Cross 

**Casing sizes: Orders 
for casing fittings must 
specify the outside 
diameter of the casing, 
the number of threads 
per inch, and the style 
of casing. 



List Prices, Black 



Size 



Inches 



3V2 



8 



10 



12 



14 



16 |**53/i6|-6% 



No. 260 E, 90' Elbows 



Each 



No. 262 E, 45' Elbows 



Each 



No. 264 E, Tees 



Each 



No. 266 E. Crosses 



Each 



No. 267 E, Reducers 



Each 



No. 268 E, 90' Street Elbows Each 



For sizes 

H to 

3-inch, 

see 

page 

IQO. 



3.25 4.25 6.50 11.00 21. 00137. 00 60.00 105.00| 160.00| 8.00 19.00 



4.00 5.00 7.50 12.75 26.00|45.00|72.00| 



I 



5. GDI 6.501 9. 75116. 50132. 00155. 00190. 00 158.001 240. 00| 12.00 [28.50 



10.00 13.00 19.50 33.00 



3. 25 4.25 



9-00 16.00 23.0039.00 



I 



4.251 5.60 




Reducing fittings : Reducing fittings are carried in 
stock as shown m the cable at the right: these are the 
same price as straight sizes. Reducing sizes not 
carried in stock and other types of reducing fittings 
can be made to order by bushing in the sand. Such 
fittings use the same Hst prices as straight sizes but 
are sold at an advance in price; see the Crane Dis- 
count Sheet. 

Reducing qo° Street Elbows are reduced on the 
female end only. Reducing fittings requiring a new- 
pattern are entirely special. Prices on application. 

tStreet Elbows: qo° Street Elbows are recom- 
mended for only 500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas. 

Service recommendations: Crane Heavy Malle- 
able Fittings are admirably suited for use on high 
pressure cold water, oil. and gas lines, non-shock. 
The\' will sive much better satisfaction than ex- 
tremely heavy cast iron fittings. 

Construction: These fittings are far superior to 
so-called hea\-y malleable fittings made from stand- 
ard cast iron patterns. An excellent grade of 



malleable iron makes them exceptionally tough, 
strong, and rugged. The ends are reinforced with 
heavy bands. The threads are long and accurately 
cut. 

Reducing Fittings Carried in Stock 



No. 260 E 


No. 267 E 

Meducers 

(Continued) 


No. 264 E, Tees 


90° Elbows 


ABC 


ABC 


4x3 


4x4x3 
4 x 4 X 21/2 
4x4x2 
4x4x11/2 

4x4x11/4 

4x4x1 

4x4x^4 

4x3x4 

4x2x4 
4x1x4 


8 X 8x6 


4x2 


6x5 
6x4 
6x3 

6 x 2V2 
6x2 

6XIV2 
6x1 


8x 8x4 


6x4 


8x 8x3 
8 X 8 X 2V2 
8 X 8x2 


8x6 


10x8 


\J A U A i- 

8x 6x8 


12 X 10 


10x10x8 


No. 267 E 
Reducers 


10 x 10 X 6 


8x6 
8x5 
8x4 
8x3 

8 x 2V2 
8x2 


10 X 10 X 4 

10 X 10x3 


3V2 X 3 


5x5x4 


10 X 8x10 


31/2 X 2 


6x6x4 
6x6x3 
6x6x2 
6x4x6 
6x3x6 


10 X 6x10 


4x3 

4 X 21/2 

4x2 

4xlV2 


12 X 12 X 10 

n X 12 X 8 


10x8 
10x6 


12x12x6 
12x10x12 


4 X IV4 
4x1 


12 X 10 

12x8 


12 x 8x12 
12 X 6x 12 



Dimensions, in Inches 




l-A-l-A- 




' 


-A-i*A*| 


A ■ 

t 
A. 

i 


1 


1 





No. 260 E 
90° Elbow 



No. 264 E 
Tee 



No. 266 E 

Cross 



No. 262 E 

45° Elbow 



No. 268 E 
90° Street Elbow 



No, 267 E 
Reducer 



II Thread 
Engagement 





See page 591 
for explanation. 



Size 31/2 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 *SVi6 *6% 


A 41/8 41/2 51/2 6V4 73/4 91/4 IIV2 I2V4 1334 5V? **67/8 


B 1 25/8 213/16 33/16 31/2 45/16 53/ie 


6 




c 41/8 41/2 




*The.se 


I) 5i3/,6 63/8 


are 


J 4Vi6 43/8 51/4 i 6V4 71/8 8 


sizes. 


Z IV16 iVs IV4 IV16 iVie 1% IV4 





Dimensions of straight sizes, and of 
Reducers, are shown in the table to the 
left. Dimensions of Reducing qo° El- 
bows and Tees will be furnished on 
request. 

**When6^-inch fittings are threaded for6^-inch 
A. P. I. Casing, dimension "A" will be bK inches. 



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193 



A. A. R. Malleable Iron Fittings 





WORKING PRESSURE 

300 pounds steam 

TEST PRESSURE 

300 pounds air under water 



No. 260 E 

90° Elbow 



No. 262 E 
45° Elbow 



Galvanised fittings: Galvan- 
ed ftttings are made Co order 
ily. Prices are 50'^c higher 
lan the list prices shown below 
ir black fittinss. 






No. 264 E Tee 



No. 266 E Cross 






■^Af^ 



Cf^fttrfE 



^ 



No. 2621/2 E 
45° Street Elbow 



No. 268 E 

90" Street Elbow 



No. 267 E 

Reducer 



No. 279 E 

Coupling 



No. 278 E 

Cap 



ize 



List Prices, Bl ack 

Inches | Vi \ 



% 



8 



1 



IVi 



o. 260 E, 90' Elbows 



IV2 



2V2 



o. 262 E, 45° Elbows 



Each I .25 .25 .30 



.35 



.40 



.00 



.70 



o. 262 V2 E, 45° Street Elbows 



Each I .30 .30 



.90 1.50 2.40 



.35 



.42 



.0 







Each 



.65 



.85 1.10 1.85 2.85 



o. 264 E, Tees 



.50 



. 36 



.63 



.88 1.12 1.55 



Each I .40 .40 .45 



o. 266 E, Crosses 



.50 



.60 



.80 I 1.05 ( 1.35 2.25 3.60 



Each I .80 ' .80 I .90 I 1.00 ' 1.20 ' 1.60 ' 2.10 



o. 267 E, Reducers 



Each 



2.70 4.50 7.20 



.25 .28 



o. 268 E, 90° Street Elbows 



.30 



.40 



.45 



.00 



Each 



.70 1.30 2.25 



.40 



.4 



.50 



.70 



o. 278 E, Caps 



.90 I 1.2 



o. 279 E, Couplings 



Each I .17 I .17 .19 



2.10 3.10 



.23 



7 



.38 



.50 



.65 1.00 ! 1.35 



Each I .14 I .14 .14 



.20 



.26 



.34 



.42 



.0 



,80 I 1.20 



..ssociation of American Railroads: Crane 
..A.R. Malleable Iron Fittings conform to the 
Decifications and recommended practice of the 
ssociation of American Railroads (A. A. R.J for 300- 
ound screwed pipe fittings. 

.ugged construction: These fittings are e.xcep- 
onally strong, tough, and rugged. They are 
>pecially suitable for severe ser\-ice and will ^\'ith- 
:and rough usage, piping strains, and vibration. 

dditional types and sizes: Other types and 
zes of 300-Pound Malleable Iron Fittings, not 
icluded in the A. A.R. Specifications, are shown on 
ages IQO and igi. 

.educing sizes: A. A.R. Reducing qo° Elbows, 
.educing Tees, and Reducers are carried in stock in 
le sizes shown in the table to the right. These are 
irnished at the same price as straight size fittings. 



Reducing Fittings Carried in Stock 



No. 260E' 

90= Elbows 



V2 


x-ya 


3/4 


xi/2 


1 


X34 


1V4 


xl 


1V2 


X1V4 


2 


X1V2 


2V2 


x2 


3 


x2y2 



No. 264 E Tees 



B 



C A 



B 



No. 267 E 

Reducers 



V2 



XV2 

xVs 



x3/8 
XV2 



X 1 1/2 
xlVi 



^4 



XV4 

X V2 



XV2 



1 
1 
1 
1 



xl 

xl 
xl 

xy4 



x3/4 

xV2 
X% 
X 1 



2 x2 

2 x2 

2 x2 X 1 

2 X 2 X 3/4 

2 X 2 X 1/2 

2 xlV2x2 



'a 



x ^^^ 



IV4XIV4XI 
IV4X 11/4X34 

IV4XII/4XV2 
1 1/4X1 XIV4 



21/2x21/2x2 
2V2X 21,2x11/2 
21/2x2 x2V2 

3 x3 x2V2 
3 X 3 X 2 
3 X 21/2 X 3 



Vl x3/8 



V4 



X V2 



1 
1 



x3/4 

XV2 



i'/2xiy4 

IV2XI 

IV2X3/4 
11/2X1/2 



IV4X: 
1V4X3 



2 
2 
2 
2 



xll/2 

xll/4 

xl 

XV2 



iV^^LV^iluTI 



11/2x11/2x11/4 
1V2X 11/2x1 

IV2X 11/2x3/4 

IV2X 11/2x1,2 

IV2X 11/4X11/2 



3 
3 
3 



X21/2 

x2 

xll/2 



Dimensions, in Inches 







-A-l-A- 




A 



A--A- 
1, 



Ui 



ll Thread' 
Engagement 



No. 260 E 

90" Elbow 



No. 262 E 

45° Elbow 



No. 2621/2 E 

45° Street Elbow 



No. 268 E 
90° Street Elbow 




ize 



Va 



% 



¥2 ! 34 I 1 [ 114 I IV; 



21/ 



No. 264 E 

Tee 



No. 266 E 
Cross 



72 



See page 591 
for explanation 



^V] 



16 



IV16 IV4 I IVie I 1% ll^Viel 21/8 I 21/2 1215/161 33/8 



¥l6 



% 



IVa 15/i6 IV2 ll^Vi 



16 



214 : 2Vi 



'/2 



IV4 IV16 I 1% [l^Vlfil 21/8 I 21/2 1215/161 33/8 



t 
J 



2 ! 23/16 I 29/16 i 2% I 31/8 311/16 41/2 51/8 



1 I IVs I IV16 I 11/2 ll^Vi 



16 



No. 267 E 

Reducer 



1 

p 

No- 278 E 

Cap 



t 


h 


L 




1 


r 



No. 279 E 

Coupling 



1% I IV16 l^Viel 21/8 |2Vi6 211/16 



lVl6il>Vl6l 13/4 



23/8 |2ii/i6|33/i6|3ii/i6|4i/:6 



25/3: 



% 



IV16 I Wi I 1% I IV2 ll^Vifill^Viel 21/8 I 2V4 



1% I 15/g 17/3 21/8 23/8 I 2% I 27/8 I 3% I ^Vs I 41/8 



% 



Vs 



a 



V2 



Vi 



16 



lVl6nVl6 



IV16 



3/4 



15/, 



16 



1 



Dimensions of straight sizes and oi Reducers are 
shown in the table. Dimensions of reducing sizes 
on request, 

A. A.R. Unions pages 242 to 244 

A, A.R, Valves pages 42 to 45 





Nil! 



MMI^I 







.% 



' 1 1 




: \ 



I 








' 



[^ 



194 



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Hydraulic Malleable Iron Fittings 

WORKING PRESSURES 

3^4 to i-inch — 2000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
i34 to 2-inch — 1500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
23^ to 4-inch — 1000 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
5 and 6-inch — 800 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 







No. 260 H 

90' Elbow 



No. 263 H 
9^ Long Stt'eep Elbow 



No. 264 H 

Tee 



No. 266 H 
Cross 



List Prices, Black 



Size Inches V4 % V2 ^4 1 Wa IV2 2 iVi 3 3V2 4 f 5 6 


No. 260 H, 90° Elbows Each .25 .25 .30 .35 .40 .55 .70 .90 1.50 2.40 3,25 4.25 6.50 11.00 


No. 263 H. 90 Long Sweep Elbows Each .64 .80 1.10 1.60 2.40 4.50 6.50 7.00 13.00 17.50 


No. 264 H. Tees Each .40 .40 | .45 .50 .60 .80 1.05 1.35 2.25 3.60 5.00 6.50 9.75 16.50 


No. 266 H. Crosses Each .80 .80 I .90 1.00 1.20 1.60 2.10 2.70 4.50 7.20 10.00 13.00 | 



Service recommendations: These fittings are 
recommended especially for hydraulic pumping in- 
stallations. In addition to being strong and rugged, 
they hax'C a longer sweep than is usual with heavy 
malleable iron fittings. 

Additional types and sizes: For reducing fittings. 



and for types and sizes not listed above, we recom- 
mend the use of Crane 300-Pound or Crane Heavy 
Malleable Iron Fittings, shown on pages iqo to iq2. 

Galvanized fittings: These fittings can be fur- 
nished galvanised, to order, at an advance of 5:0% 
over the list prices of black fittings. 



Dimensions, in Inches 





--1-- 



^ 



4 

A 



J 



-A- 



-A- 



ir 



A 

I 

T 



A 

i 




llTKread 
Engagement 





No. 260 H 

90° Elbow 



No. 264 H 

Tee 



No. 266 H 

Cross 



90 



No. 263 H 

Long Sweep Elbow 



See page 5^91 
for explanation 



Size 


V4 


% 


V2 


3/4 


1 


IV4 IV2 


2 


2V2 3 


31/2 


4 5 6 


A 


1V16 


1V4 


iy2 


1V4 


2 


2V4 2V2 


3 


31/2 41/8 


4% 


SVs 1 6V4 71/4 


C 










2V2 


3 ! 31/2 


4 


43/4 51/2 


6V4 


7 81/2 91/2 


z 


% 


% 


V2 


Vie 


"/16 


IV16 ^Vl6 


V4 


IV16 1 


IV16 


IVs IV4 IV16 



Other Fittings 



Pages 180 to 194 do not sho\\' all the Malleable Iron 
Fittings manufactured by Crane Co. For greater 
convenience, the following fittings are shown in 
other sections of this catalog; 

Bushings page 226 

Plugs page 228 

Faced Couplings and Locknuts page 232 

One-Strap and Two-Strap Clamps page ^33 

Screwed Unions 6t Union Fittings. pages 238 to 246 

Flange Unions pages 250 to 252 

Railing Fittings pages 268 to 272 

Floor Flanges page 2qo 

Companion Flanges P^ge ^9^ 



Other fittings frequently used in installations of 
Malleable Iron Fittings or in installations beyond 
the pressure-temperature range of malleable iron, 
are shown on the following pages: 

Steel Bushings page 227 

Steel Plugs page 228 

Wrought Couplings page 22^ 

Wrought Steel Nipples pages 230 and 23 1 

Steel Unions and Union Fittings . pages 247 and 248 

Steel Flange Unions pages 252 and 253 

Forged Steel Fittings pages 338 to 340 

Cast Steel Fittings page 341 



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195 



Cast Iron Screwed Fittings 

Sprinkler Fittings 




» 



Standard Fittings pages 1 07 to 203 

Standard Fittings with Casing Threads page 203 

Long Sweep Fittings pages 204 and 205 

Sprinkler Fittings pages 206 to 2oq 

175-Pound Fittings . , ': pages 210 and 21 [ 

2 50-Pound Fittings pages 2 1 2 and 2 1 3 






Itl 



mm * 



t 



. 



The Crane line of Cast Iron Screwed Fittings includes fittings 
for steam working pressures up to 250 pounds and for water, 
oil, or gas working pressures up to 400 pounds. In addition, 
it includes Drainage Fittings; see pages 215 to 224. 

The uniformly superior quality that characterizes all Crane 
products is maintained in this line. 



* * 



.•. 



* * * 



* * 



The list at the top of this page does not include all the 
Cast Iron Screwed Fittings manufactured by Crane Co. 
For greater convenience, the following fittings are shown 
in other sections of this catalog: 

Bushings page 2 26 

Plugs page 228 

Flange Unions pages 24q and 252 

Common Flanges page "^Qo 

Floor Flanges page 2qo 

Companion Flanges pages 2qi to zq$ 




Drainage Fittings pages 215 to 224 

Wrought Couplings p<tge 229 

Wrought Steel Nipples pages 230 and 231 

Unions and Union Fittings pages 238 to 248 



Malleable Iron Fittings pages 179 to 194 

Forged Steel Fittings pages 338 to 340 

Cast Steel Fittings page 341 

How to read reducing fittings page 644 



1 1 I 



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196 



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I 



• 





m 



• 




Cast iron fittings, malleable iron 
unions, and brass gate valves 
make up the Crane equipment in 
water and air lines for cleani^ng 
fermenting tanks tn this distillen.\ 



Steam-driven horirontal pumps in 
the heating system of large office build- 
ing; all piping equipment is Crane, 



• 





Starter tanks in food plant with Crane 
brass gate, globe, and vertical check 
vahes, and Crane cast iron fittings. 



\ alves, fittings, and piping are Crane in 
this chemical plant processing hookup. 



• 



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197 



Standard Cast Iron Fittings 



X 




90° Elbow 




WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 
175 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

The Crane line of Standard Cast Iron Screwed Fittings, illustrated on pages iq8 
to 202 inclusi\'e, consists of a wide \-ai"iety of types of fittings, made in a large 
range of straight and reducing sizes. It meets the requirements of nearly every 
piping installation using this class of material. 

Rugged construction: The fittings are sturdy, rugged, and well proportioned. 
Hea\'y metal sections, amply reinforced at points subjected to greatest stress, 
assure a high factor of safety over the recommended working pressures. 

Threading : All openings are carefully and accurately threaded to gauge and are 
in true alignment. To permit easy entrance of pipe, each opening is slightly 
chamfered. 

Sprinkler service ; Underwriters' approved : Crane Standard Cast I ron 
Screwed Fittings are listed as appro\"ed and inspected by the Underwriters' 
Laboratories, Chicago, for sprinkler service. 

Dimensions: The table of dimensions shown below covers the most current 
straight size fittings, and reducers. Dimensions of other types of fittings and of 
reducing sizes will be furnished upon request. 



Dimensions, in Inches 







♦ 



45° Elbow 



60° Elbow 



30° Elbow 221/2° Elbow 



Cap 




Reduce 



A 

t 



J 



-A*kA 



J 



4 

A 



U 



4 
A 



A-^-^A 






Eccentric 
Reducer 



Thread 

Engagement 



Side Outlet Elbow 



Tee 



Cross 



45" Y-Bend 



Return Bend 



See page 591 
for explanation. 



Size 


A 


B C 


D E 


F 


G 


J K 


H 


z 


Return Bends 


V4 


»VlG 


V4 




»•' 


t 






% 


Size 


M 


N 


Size 


M N 1 


Size 


M 


N 


Vs 


»Vl6 


1V16 




% 


Close Patt 


ern 


Open Pattern 


Wide 


Pat 


tern 


Vz 


iVs 


V8 1 


'Vl6 3/4 


2 1/2 


1% 




1/2 


1/2 


11/4 


123/32 


3/4 


17/8 27/32 


1 


3 


3 


Vi 


IV16 


1 1V16 


IS/16 Vs 


3 


21/4 


11/2 


V16 


3/4 


11/2 


21/32 


1 


21/2 211/16! 


1 


4 


31/2 


1 


iVs 


IVs IV4 


1 1 


31/2 


23/4 


ny8 




11/16 


1 


iy4 


23/8 


11/4 


3 39/32 


1 


5 


4 


IV4 


IV4 


IV16 IVie 


13/lG IVs 


41/4 


31/4 


21/8 21/8 




11/16 


11/4 


21/4 


22V32 


11/2 


31/2 33/4 


1 


6 


41/2 


IV2 


l^Vie 


IV16 1% 


IVie IV4 


478 


3I3/16 


2V4 21/4 




11/16 


11/2 


21/2 


31/4 


2 


41/2 419/32 


1 


8 


51/2 


2 


2V4 


UV16 V/s 


13/4 IVie 


53/4 


41/2 


2Vl6 27/16 




3/4 


2 


31/4 


331/32 


21/2 


51/2 sy,e 


11/4 


4 


3y4 


21/2 


211/16 


UV16 23/16 


liVielVie 


63/4 


53/,6 


2% 211/16 




IS/lG 


21/2 


33/4 


4yi6 


3 


61/2 65/16 


11/4 


6 


43/4 


3 


31/8 


23/16 2V2 


113/16 13/4 


7Vs 


61/8 


27/8 215/16 




1 


3 


41/4 


53/16 


4 


71/2 79/16 


11/4 


8 


53/4 


3V2 


3Vl6 


23/8 




878 


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613/16 




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23/8 


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6 


51/8 


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27/8 2yi6 


13Vl6 


103/4 


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12 


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71/8 


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198 



CRANE 




90° Elbow 



Standard Cast Iron Fittings 





45' Elbo^v 



60° Elbow 




30° Elbow 




221/2° Elbow 



n 








Side Outlet Elbow 



• Tee 



List Prices 



Eccentric ReducingTees 

Prices on application 




SizG 




Inches V4 3/8 V2 ^4 1 IV4 IV2 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 8 10 12 




Right 
Hand 


Black Each .05!. 05 .06'. 08'. IOV2 -16 -201 .28 .50 .75!l.05'l .20 2.00 2.75 6.75 13.50;20.00 




Galv. Each .10 .10 .12 .16 .21 .32 .40 .5611.00 1.50 2.10 2.40 4.00 5.50 13.50 27. 00'40. 00 


90'= Elbows 


Right 

& Left 


Black Each .06^06 .07 .09 .12 .18 .23 .32 .60 .85 | 


Straight 


Galv. Each .12 .12 .14 .18 .24 .36 .46 .64 1.20 1.70 




Pitchec 


Black Each .08.10.13 .20 .25 .35 .65 1.00 1.30 1.50 | | 




Galv. Each .16.20.26 .40 .50 .70 1.30 2.00 2.60 3.00 




Right 
Hand 


Black EachI .06.071.09.12 .18 .23! .32 .60 .85 1. 2011.40 2.30 3.15 7.75 15.50 23.00 


90° Elbows 


Galv. Each .12.14.18.24 .36 .46 .64 1.20 1.70 2.40 2.80 4.60 6.30 15. 50i31. 00 46.00 


*Reducing 


Pitched 


Black Each I.10.13 i .20 .25 -35 .65 1.00 1.30 




Galv. Each | .20 .26 .40 .50 .70il.30 2.00 2.60 


45^^ Elbows 


Black Each .061.06 .07 .101.12 j .19 .24 .34 .60 .901.251.45 2.50|3.45 8.50 17.00125.00 


Galv. Each .12 .12 .14 .20 .24 ' .38' .48' .68 1.20 1.80 2.502.90' 5.00 6. 90117. 00|34. 0050.00 


60° Elbows 


Black Each .25.30.35 ; .45 .50' .60'1. 1011.65 2.75 5.00 7.00 


Galv, Each .50.60.70 \ .901.001.202.203.30 5.50 10. GO 14.00 


30° Elbows 


Black Each .25.30.35 .45 .50 .601.101.65 2.75 5.00 7.00 | 


Galv. Each .50,. 601.70 .90 1 .00 1 .20 2. 20 3.30 5.50 10.00 14.00 


221/2° blbows 


Black Each .25'. 30!. 35 ' .45 .50[ .60 1.10 1.65 i2.75 5.00 7.00' 


Galv. Each .50.60.70 .901.001.202.203.30 5.50 10.00|14.00 


Side Outlet Elbows 


Black Each , .30 .48 .60 .84il.507.25 3.60 


Galv. Each .60 ' .96 1 .2011 .68'3. 00'4.50 7.20 | 


Tees, Straight 


Black Each .08 .08 .09 .12 .15 , .23 ,29, .41, .73,1.10,1.50 1.75: 3.00 4.00| 9. 7S 19.50 29.00 


Galv. Each'.ie .16.18 .24:.30 ' .46 .58 .82 1.46'2.20 3.00 3.50 6.00' 8.00119.50 39.00^58.00 


♦T" n J 


Black Each .09 .10 .14;. 17 .27 .33 .47 .83 1.2511.75 2.00 3.50 4. 60^11. 25 22.50 33.50 


'lees, Kedu 


cmg 


Galv. Each' .18 .20 .281.34 1.54 .66 .94ii.66i2. 50 3.50 4.00! 7.00 9.20122.50 45.00 67.00 



*Reducmg fittings: List prices of reducing qo° Elbows and 
Tees apply to reducing sizes carried in stock, sho\\'n in the tables 
at the right and on the opposite page. Other reductions can be 
made to order by bushing in the sand; when so bushed, non-stock 
sizes use the same list prices as stock reducing sizes, but are sold 
at an advance in price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Reducing 45^ Elbows, 60° Elbows, 30" Elbows, 22]^° Elbows, 
and Side Outlet Elbows can be made to order by bushing in the 
sand from straight sizes. When so bushed, reducing sizes use the 
same list prices as straight sizes, but are sold at an advance in 
price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Reducing fittings that require making a new pattern are entirely 
special. Prices on application. 

Right & Left Elbows: Right and Left qo° Elbows have ribs 
cast on the left hand end. 

Pitched Elbows: Pitched 34-inch per foot. 

Eccentric Tees: Eccentric Tees are made to order only; prices 
on application. Orders should be accompanied by a sketch 
showing the position and size of all openings. 

Description. . . . page 197 Dimensions page 197 



Reducing Elbows Carried in Stock 



90" Elbows 



% 


xV* 


Vz 


x% 


V2 


xy4 


Va 


XV2 


Va 


^ys 


Va 


xy* 


1 


x3/4 


1 


XV2 


1 


x% 


1V4 


X 1 


1V4 


XV4 


1V4 


xVz 


iy4 


xVs 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



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X 



1 

V4 



1V2X 

11/2 X 
IVzx 

IVzx 



1V4 

1 

¥4 
V2 



2V2 
2V2 
2V2 

2y2 



X 

X 
X 
X 
X 



2 

IV2 

IV4 
1 

¥4 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



x2y2 

X 2 

xiy2 
XIV4 

X 1 



3V2 

3y2 
3y2 
3y2 
3y2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



3 

2y2 
2 

IV4 



4 X 31/2 
4x3 
4 X 21/2 
4x2 

4 X iy2 



5x4 
5 X 3V2 

5 X 2V2 



6x5 
6x4- 

6 X 3y2 

6x3 

6 X 2V2 
6x2 



8x6 
8x3 



10 X 8 



12 X 10 

12 X 8 



90° Elbows 
Pitched 



3/4 
1 

iy4 
iy2 

iy2 

2 

2y2 
3 

3y2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



V2 

1 

1V4 

1 

1V2 

2 

2V2 

3 



I 



Worhing pressures , . . .page J97 



CRANE 



199 



Standard Cast Iron Fittings 




B 



Reducing Tees Carried in Stock 

Reducing Tees are carried in stock in the sizes shown in the table 
below. These sizes are sold at the regular prices for Reducing Tees. 

For prices of Reducing Tees not carried in stock, see the footnotes 
on the preceding page. 



A 


B 


c 


Vs 


xVr 


XV4 


H 


XV4 


x% 


% 


X V4 


XV4 


V4 


XV4 


x% 



V2 
V2 

Vz 
V2 
1/2 
Vs 
1/4 



V4 

¥4 

V4 
¥4 
¥4 
¥4 
3/4 
3/4 
¥4 

¥4 

¥4 
V2 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

Va 
1/2 



xVz x3/8 

xVz XV4 

x3/8 xV2 

X 3/8 X H 

X V4 X V2 

XV4 xVi 

X % X 1/2 

X V4 X 1/2 



X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



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3/4 x3/8 

3/4 xy4 

Vl x3/4 

Va xVz 

V2 x3/8 
X V4 

XV4 

3/8 xV2 

H x3/8 

y4 x3/4 

1/4 xVz 

V2 x3/4 

3/8 x3/4 



V2 



X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



1 
1 
1 
1 

3/4 
3/4 
3/4 
V2 
V2 
¥2 

V4 

^2 

V2 



x3/4 

xVz 

x3/8 

XV4 
X 1 

x3/4 

X V2 

X 1 

x3/4 

XV2 
X 1 
X 1 
X 1 
X 1 
X 1 



1V4 
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1V4 

1V4 

1V4 

1V4 

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ly* 

iy4 

1V4 

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iy4 

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iy4 
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1 

1 

¥4 



X 
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X 
X 
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X 
X 
X 
X 
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X 
X 
X 
X 
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X 
X 
X 
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X 
X 
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HA X 3/8 

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1 X3/, 

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3/4 X34 

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x3/4 

xy2 
% xiy4 
Va xiy4 
1 xiy* 
3/4 xiy4 
Vz xiy4 
3/4 X11/4 

Vi xiy4 



y2 
y2 
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y2 



B 



V2X 

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1/2 X 

y2x 
y2x 
y2x 
y2x 

X 



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y2x 

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V2 
Vl 

Vz 



X 

X 
X 
X 
X 



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y2x 
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y2x 
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1/4 X 

y4x 
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X 



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X 

X 



iy2 

iy2 

iy2 

iy4 

iy4 

iy4 

1V4 

iy4 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

¥4 
3/4 

Va 

3/4 

Vz 
Vz 
Vz 

Vz 
Vz 

3/s 

y4 
1V4 

1 

3/4 

y2 
1 

¥4 



xy2 

x3/8 



3/4 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



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ly^x 


iy4 


2 


iy2x 


lyzx 


1 


2 


iy2x 


n/zx 


V4 





2 

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¥4 
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3/4 
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¥2 
¥2 
¥2 

¥8 

¥4 



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Va 
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V4 



Va 

V2 

Vz 
Va 



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Vz 
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Va 



2 

Vi 

Va 



Va 

2 

¥2 

¥2 

¥2 

¥2 

¥2 

¥2 

¥2 

¥2 

¥2 



¥2 
¥4 



Va 
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Va 



¥2 
¥4 

Va 

Vz 



¥2 
¥4 

Va 
Vi 

Vz 

Va 



Va 



¥2 

¥4 



y4 

Vi 



¥2 



B 



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¥4 



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1¥4 
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2 
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2 ¥2 
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4 
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3 ¥2 

3¥2 
3¥2 

31/2 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

2 ¥2 
2 ¥2 
2 ¥2 

2 ¥2 

2 

2 

1¥2 

1¥4 

1 

4 

3 ¥2 
3 

2 ¥2 
2 

3 ¥2 
3 

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X 
X 

X 
X 
X 
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2 

1¥2 

1¥4 
1 

¥4 

5 
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X 3¥2 

X 3 
x2V2 
X 5 
X 4 

x3¥2 
x3 

x2¥2 
X 2 

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2 ¥2 
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6 
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X 
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5 
4 

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3 

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1¥2 

1¥4 

1 

¥4 

6 
5 
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3 ¥2 
3 

2 ¥2 
2 

1¥2 

1¥4 

1 

¥4 

6 

5 
4 

3 ¥2 
3 

2 ¥2 
2 

6 

5 

4 

6 

5 

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3 



B 



6x 

6x 
6 X 
6 
6 

5 
5 
5 
5 
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4x 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



2¥2 

2 

1¥2 
1¥4 

1 

5 
4 

3 ¥2 
3 

4 
3 ¥2 



X 
X 
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6 
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8 

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8 X 

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8 X 

8x 

8 X 

8x 

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6x 

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X 
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6 
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10 X 
10 X 
10 X 
10 X 
10 
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10 X 
10 X 
10 
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8 

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X 
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X 
X 
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8 

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8 

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X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
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12 X 
12 X 
12x 
12 X 
12 X 
12 X 
12 X 
10 X 



12 
12 

12 

12 

12 

10 

8 

8 

8 

5 

4 

3 

2 

10 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
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X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



6 
5 
4 

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3 

2 ¥2 
2 

1¥2 
1¥4 

8 
6 
5 
4 
3 

2 ¥2 
2 

n/2 

1¥4 

8 
5 
2 
8 
6 
8 
8 
8 
8 



X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



8 

6 

5 

4 

3 

2 

8 

6 

6 

10 

10 

6 

10 

10 

10 

10 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
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8 

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12 

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Standard Cast Iron Fittings 




Cross 

List Prices 



Size 



InchesiV4|%[V2iy4i 1 HVil IV2 [ 2 \ 2% \ 3 I 3% I 4 | 5 I 6 



Crosses 



8 



10 



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A 




D 




IV4 

1V4 

1V4 

1V4 

iy4 

iy4 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



iy4 

iy4 

iy4 
1 

1 

3/4 
y2 

V2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



1 

% 

Vz 



X 1 

x3/4 

xy2 



1 X 1 

x3/4 



Va 



3/4 
1 

1 

^4 



x3/4 
X 1 



iy2 
lya 
iy2 
iy2 
lyz 
lyz 
lyz 
iy2 
iy2 
iy2 
iy2 
lyz 
1V2 

PA 
1V2 
IV2 
1V2 



X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



iy2 
iy2 
iy2 
iy2 
iy4 
iy4 

iy4 

1 

1 
1 

^4 

y2 
y2 
y2 
y2 
V2 
y2 



X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



iy4 
1 

V4 

V2 

1V4 
1 

3/4 

1 

1 

3/4 
1 

iy2 

iy4 

iy4 

iy4 
1 

1 



xiy4 

X 1 

X34 

xy2 
xiy4 

X 1 

x3/4 
x3/4 

xVz 

x3/4 
x3/4 

xiy4 
xiy4 

X 1 

x3/4 
X 1 

x3/4 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

iy2 
1V2 



iy2 
iy4 
iy4 

1V4 

1 

1 

V4 

xiy2 

xU/z 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



xiy2 

xiy4 

xl 

X3/^ 
X 1 

x3/4 
x3/4 

xyz 

xP/a 

x3/4 



B 



A 


B 


c 


D 


y2 
y2 


xy2 

xl/4 


xy2 
xy2 


xH 

xys 


3/4 
3/4 
3/4 


x3/4 
x3/4 

xy2 


xy2 
xys 

xVz 


xy2 

X 1/4 

X '/2 


I 
1 

1 
1 


X 1 

X 1 

x3/4 

xy2 


x3/4 

xy2 

X 3/4 

x3/4 


x3/4 

xyz 

x3/4 

x3/4 



^Reducing Crosses: List prices of Reducing Crosses apply to reduc- 
ing sizes carried in stock, shown in the table below. Other reductions 
can be made to order by bushing in the sand; when so bushed non- 
stock sizes use the same list prices as stock reducing sizes, but are 
sold at an advance in price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Reducing sizes that require making a new pattern are entirely special. 
Prices on application. 

Reducing Crosses Carried in Stock 



A 



D 



2 xiygx 

2 xP/zx 

2 xP/zx 

2 XIV2X 

2 XII/2X 

2 xllAx 

2 xlViX 

2 X 1 X 

2 X 1 X 

2 X 34 X 

2 xy2 X 

2 xyz X 

2 X 1/2 X 

2 X 1/2 X 

2 xy2 X 

2 xVz X 

2 X 1/2 X 



iy4 

iy4 

iy4 
1 

1 

3/4 
1 

2 

iy2 

2 

iy2 
iy2 
lyz 
iy2 
ly* 
iy4 
iy4 



X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



iy4 
1 

3/4 
1 

3/4 
3/4 
3/4 



B 



C 



D 



1 

1 

y2 

iy2 

iy4 
1 

3/4 

iy4 

1 

3/4 



x3/4 



2y2 X 2 

2y2 X 2 X -/4 

2y2xiy2x2 
2y2xiy2x ly^ 

21/2 X IV2 

2y2 X y2 



X 



3/4 



M 



2y2x 
2y2 X y^ 
2y2 X v, 
2y2 X 1/2 



'2 

^2 

^2 



X 1 X -74 
x3/4 

xiy2 

•2X 1 

- iy4 X 1V4 

X 21/2 X 1V4 

X 2 X 2 

X 2 X iy2 

XIV2X 11/2 

xiyzx 



iy4 



2y2 
2y2 
2y2 
2y2 
21/2 

2y2 

2y2 

2y2 

2y2 

2y2 

2y2 

2y2 

2y2 

2y2 
21/2 

21/2 

21/2 
2y2 
21/2 

2y2 
2y2 
2y2 
2y2 
2y2 
2y2 
2y2 
2y2 
2y2 



X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



X 
X 
X 



2y2x 

2y2x 

21/2 X 

2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 

2y2x 

2y2x 
2y2x 
21/2X 
2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 

21/2 X 
2 X 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



X 2 

xiyz 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



2 

2 

2 X 1 

iy2x iy4 

iy2 X 1 

iy2x34 

iy4x iy4 

IV4 X I 

iy4 X 3/4 

1 X 1 

1 X34 

4 x34 

/2 xy2 

2y2 X 2 
2 x2 
2 X 11/2 
2 X 11/4 
2 x 1 
2 x34 
IV2XIV2 

iy2xiv4 

iy2xi 

iy2x34 

11/4x11/4 
iy4 X 1 
iy4 X 34 

1 X 1 



3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 



X 2y2 X 21/2 

x2 X 2 
x2 X 11/2 
X 2 X 1 

X iy2 X lyz 
X iy2 X 11/4 
X iy2x 1 
X11/2X 34 

xiy4x 11/4 

X 11/4 X 1 

xiy4x34 

X 1 



B 



D 



3y2x 
3y2x 



3y2 



'2xiy2xiy2 
_ 3y2x 1V2X 1V4 

3y2x 31/2x11/2x1 

3y2X 31/2 X 11/2 X 34 

3y2x3y2x 11/4 X 11/4 

3y2x3i/2X 11/4 X 1 
3y2X 31/2 x 11/4 X 34 
3y2x3i/2X 1 X 1 
31/2 X 3 X 21/2x21/2 
X 21/2 X 2 

X 21/2 X iy2 

" x2 



x3/4 



X 1 

x3/4 



3/4 

y 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



x3 

X 21/2x21/2x2 

X 21/2 x 21/2 X 

X 21/2 X 2 

X 21/2 X 2 

X 21/2 X 2 

X 21/2 X 2 

X 21/2 X 2 

X 21/2 X 

x2iAx 11/2 X 11/4 

iy2xi 



iy2 

x2 

xiyj 
X11/4 

X 1 

x3/4 

._ iy2xiv2 

2y2xii/2 -■ 

X 21/2 X 

X 21/2 X 11/2 X 3/4 

X 21/2x11/4x11/4 

2y2x 11/4x1 

21/2 X 114 V 3, 

X 21/2x1 
X 2 x2 
X 2 X 2 X 11/2 

3y2 X 3y2 x 3 
3y2 X 31/2 



X 
X 



''4X 34 

X 1 

x2 



3V2 X 3 
3y2 X 3 

3y2 X 3 
31/2 X 3 
3y2 X 3 
31/2 X 3 
3y2 X 3 
31/2 X 3 
3y2 X 3 

3y2 X 3 
3y2 X 3 
31/2 X 3 



X 

X 



X 2 
X 2 

x2 
XII/2 

xiy2 
X 11/2 X 1 

X iy2x34 
X iy4xii/4 

X 11/4 X 1 

X 1 X 1 



B 



D 



4x 31/2 X 11/4 X 11/4 
4x 31/2 X 11/4 X 1 
4x3 X 2y2 X 2 



11/2 

iy4 

xiy2 

XII/4 



x3 

/2 X 21/2 X 
72X31/2X2 

3y2x 31/2x2 X 11/2 
3y2x 31/2x2 X34 



31/2 



2y2 

x2 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



31/2 



X 2 
X 2 

X 2 
XII/2 

XIV2 
XIV2 



XIV4 



X 4 
X 4 
X 4 
x4 
X 4 
X 4 
X 4 
x4 
X 4 
X 4 
X 4 
X 4 
X 4 
x4 

X31/2 

x3y2 

X31/2 

X 31/2 X 2 
X 31/2 X 2 
X 31/2 X 2 
X 3y2 X 2 

X 3y2 X 11/2 

X 31/2x11/2 
X 31/2 X IV2 



2 X 31/2 

X 3 X 3 

X 21/2 X 21/2 
x2 
xU/z 
X 1 
XII/2 
xli/4 

X 1 



X 11/2x34 

4x11/4 

X 11/4 X 1 

xiy4x3/4 

X 1 X 1 

X 21/2 X 21/2 
X 2y2 X 2 
X 21/2 X 1 
X 2 
xli/z 

xiy4 

X 1 
Xll/z 

xiy* 

X 1 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



s 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



X 4 X 

X 3y2 X 

X 



X 3 

X21/2 
X 2 
X 2 

xiy2 
XII/2 

XII/2 

XIV4 

XII/4 

X 1 

X21/2 
X21/2 

2 
2 

iy2 
iy2 
iy4 

1 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



4 

31/2 

3 

2y2 

2 

iy2 

lyz 

iy4 

3/4 

1V4 

34 

1 

21/2 

2 
2 

1V2 
iy2 
iy4 

1 
1 



X 
X 

X 
X 
X 
X 

X 



6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6x 

6x 

6x 

6x 

6x 

6x 

6x 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 



x5 

x4 

x3y2 

x3 

X21/2 

X 2 
X 2 

xiy2 
xiy2 
X11/4 

x3 
X 2 

x2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



5 
4 

3V2 
3 

2y2 
2 

iy2 
iy2 

3/4 

iy4 
3 

2 
iy2 



Description . , . page 197 



8x 
8x 
8x 



8 
8 
S 



xiy2xi y2 

X 6 X 6 
X 5 X 5 

X 4 X 4 



lOx 10 X 8 
10x10 x6 



x8 
x6 



12 X 12 
12 X 12 



x 10 
X 8 



X 10 
X 8 



Dimensions . . . page 197 



Working pressures . . . page 197 



1 



CRANE 



201 



Standard Cast Iron Fittings 



Di 








45° Y-Bend 



Reducer 



Eccentric Reducer 



Cap 



Locknut 



List Prices 



^^^^ inckies V2 V4 1 1»A lV-> 2 2Vo 3 3Vo 4 S fi S in i? 


45° Y-Bends 


tilacK tach .'20 .28 .34 .54 .66 .94 1.66 2.50 :i.50 4.00 7.00 9.20 22.50 45.00 67.00 




L.alv. bach .40 .56 .68 1.08 1.32 1.88 3.32 5.00 7.00 8.00 14.00 18.40 45.00 90.00 134.00 


r ' Pflurpr^ 


biacK tacn .lu .lb .11 .28 .43 .60 .8011.00 1.35 2.00 2.70 6.75 10.00 15.00 




Galv. Hach .20 .32 .44 .56 .86 1.20 1.60 2.00 2.70 4.00 5.40 13.50 20.00 30.00 


Eccentric 


Black Each .55 .72 1.00 1.50 2.40 3.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 11.00 


*Reducers 


(Jalv. bach | 1.10 1.44 2.00 3.00 4.80 6.00 ^.00 12.00 16.00 22.00 


Caps 


Black Each 


^or K to 3H-inch, use Ma leab e ron. 

See page 85 


.87 1.20 1.55 2.85 5.50 7.00 


Galv. Each 


1.74 2.40 3.10 5.70 11.00 14.00 


T opVtii i^B 


Black Each 


For ^ to 2-inch, use Malleable 
Iron. See page 185 


.27 .34 .47 


.64 .90 1.30 2.35 3.00 4.00 


t-^yj'i^r^l 1 1^ K'S 


Galv. Each 


.54 .68 .94 1.28 1.80 2.60 4.70 6.00 8.00 



*Reducing fittings: List prices of Reducers and 
Eccentric Reducers apply to sizes carried in stock, 
shown in the table below. Other reductions can be 
made to order by bushing in the sand; when so 
bushed, non-stock sizes use the same list prices as 
stock sizes, but are sold at an advance in price; see 
the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 



Reducing 45° Y-Bends can be made to order by 
bushing in the sand from straight sizes. When so 
bushed, reducing sizes use the same list prices as 
straight sizes, but are sold at an advance in price; 
see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Reducing fittings that require making a new pattern 
are entirely special. Prices on application. 



Reducers Carried in Stock 



Reducers 



Eccentric Reducers 



V4 XV2 



1 
1 



¥4 
V2 



IV4 X 1 



2 
2 
2 



lV 2Xl% 
xll/2 

xiy* 

X 1 



2V2 X 2 
2V2 x IV2 
2V2 X IV4 
21/2 X 1 
2V2 X 34 



3 
3 
3 
3 

3 



x2V2 
X 2 
XIV2 

xiy4 

X 1 



3V2 X 3 
31/2 X 21/2 
31/2 X 2 



4 
4 
4 

4 
4 



x3V2 

X 3 

x2V2 
X 2 

xlVz 



5 
5 
5 

5 
5 



X 
X 
X 

X 
X 



4 

31/2 
3 

21/2 
2 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



5 
4 

3V2 

3 

2V2 
2 



8 
8 


X 6 
X 4 


10 
10 


x8 
X 6 



12 X 10 

12 X 8 



11/4 X 


1 


iy4x 


% 


11/2 X 


IV4 


1V2X 


1 


1V2X 


3/4 


2 X 


1V2 


2 X 


iy4 


2 X 


1 


2 X 


3/4 



2y2 X 2 
2y2 X 1V2 

2y2XlV4 

2V2 X 1 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



X 

X 
X 
X 

X 



2y2 

2 

iy2 

iy4 
1 



ayz 

3y2 
3y2 

3y2 

3V2 

3y2 



X 
X 
X 
X 



3 

2y2 
2 

iy2 

iy4 
1 



4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 



X 

X 
X 

X 

X 
X 
X 



3y2 

3 

2V2 

2 

iy2 

iy4 
1 



5 
5 

5 
5 
5 



X 
X 
X 

X 
X 



4 

3y2 
3 

2y2 
2 



6x5 
6x4 

6 X 3y2 
6x3 

6 X 2y2 

6x2 



8x6 
8x5 



Description. . . page 197 



Dimensions . . . .page 197 



Working pressures . . . page 197 





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Standard Cast Iron Return Bends 



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Return Bends 






Size 
Inches 


Center 

to 
Center 
Inches 


Right Hand Right & Left 


1 Left Hand 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


! Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Close Pattern 


V2 


11/4 , .18 .36 1 .21 


; .42 


.21 


.42 


34 


11/2 


.20 .40 .23 


.46 


.23 


.46 


1 


13/4 


.22 .44 .26 


.52 


.26 


.52 


iy4 


21/4 


.28 .56' .3C 


.66 


.33 


.66 


iy2 


2y2 1 .40 1 .801 .46 


.92 


.46 


.92 


2 


3y4 .57 1.14 .66 


1.32 


.66 1.32 


2V2 


33/4 . 1.20 1 2.40 1.40 


2.80 


1 1.40 2.80 


3 


41/4 


1.70 , 3.40 1.95 


3.90 


1 . 95 3 . 90 


4 


6 5.00 10.00 5.2s 


10.50 


5.25 '10.50 


Open Pattern 


3/4 


17/8 ! .26 .52 .30 


.60 






1 


2V2 .30 1 .60 II .35 


.70 


iy4 


3 


.40 , .80 .46 


.92 


1V2 


31/2 1 .55 ' 1.10 .64 


1.28 


2 


4y2 


.80 1 1.60 .92 


1.84 


2 1/2 


5y2 


1.35 2.70 1.55 


3.10 
5.00 


3 


6V2 2.20 4.40 2.50 


4 


71/2 6.50 10.00,, 7.00 


14.00 


Special Wide Pattern 


1 


3 .45 .80 










1 


4 .50 .90 


1 


5 .60 1.10 


1 


6 


.75 1.30 


1 


S 


1.00 i 1.60 


iy4 


4 


1.00 1.75 


iy4 


6 ' 1.25 I 2.00 


iy4 


8 Use 250-Pound, page 






iy2 


4% 


1.30 2.30 










iy2 


6 1.60 2.60 


iy2 


8 


2.00 ' 3.25 


2 


4% 1.75 ' 3.00 


2 


b 2.00 3.25 


2 


7 


3.00 ' 4.50 


2 


8 


3.50 ' 5.00 


4 


11 1 7.50 11.00 


Close F 
le! coi 5 
bands ( 


attern Return Bends can not be 
The center to center dimensi 
>f adjacent bends wi not c ear 


jsed to 
on is sc 
2ach ot 


make up paral- 
3 close that the 
her. 




Close Pattern Pitched Return Bends 


Size 
Inches 


Center 

to 

Center 

Inches 


Length 

of pipe 
in coil 

Feet 


Right Hand 


Black 
Each 


Galv, 
Each 


1 i P/^ 1 3 .26 .52 


1 ' 13/4 i 4 -26 .52 


1 134 ' 5 1 .26 .52 


1 


1V4 


6 i .26 .52 


1 


1V4 


8 .26 .52 


IV4 ' 2V4 4 .33 .66 


IV4 , 21/4 1 5 .33 .66 


IV4 2V4 6 1 .33 .66 


Pitched Return Bends are marked with the 
length 0" coil. 1-inch Return Bends for coils 
longer than 8 feet are not pitched. Right and 
Left Pitchec Return Bends are made to ore er. 




Back Outlet Return Bends 


Size 
Inches 


Center 

to 
Center 

Inches 


Size of 

Back 

Outlet 

Inches 


Right Hand Right & Left 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Black 

Each 


Galv. 

Each 


3/4 IVs 3/4 .38 .76 .42 .84 


1 21/4 1 .42 .84 


.48 .96 


1 4 11/4 * * 


* * 


11/4 21/4 11/4 .60 1.20 il .70 1.40 


11/4 31/4 ' IV2 ■ * 


iy2 21/2 ' 11/2 .80 1.60 .95 1.90 


11/2 1 4 f 11/2 1 * * * 


2 31/4 2 1.15 2.30 1.30 2.60 


2 4 11/2 * * * * 


21/2 33/4 21/2 2.00 4.00 


2.30 4.60 


3 41/4 3 3.00 6.00 : 3.50 7.00 


*Prices on app icacion. 

ihe back outlet of Right and I eft Return Bends is 

threaded right hand. 




* 



Return Bend with 
Union Ends 



Return Bends with Union Ends 


Size 
Inches 


Center 

to 
Center 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


IV4 45/8 L60 


2 1 6 


3-00 


3 ! 8 


*Price on app ication. 
Ihese Return Bends are equipped with 
No_ 1218 Gasket lype % Unions and 
rubber gaskets. See page 239. 



Description page 197 

Dtmenstons page 197 

Working pressures . , , . pag^ 197 



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Standard Cast Iron Fittings 

With Casing Threads 



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WORKING PRESSURE 

175 pounds cold w acer, oil, or gas, non-shock 



Orders for fittings with casing threads should specify the outside diameter 
of the casing, the number of threads per inch, and the style of the casing. 



List Prices, Black 



Size 



Inches 



2, 21/4 

2V2 

23/4, 3 



31/4 



3V2 
33/4 



4y4 



41/2 



434 



90"" Elbows 


Straight 


Each 


1.10 


1.35 


1.80 


2.50 


2.50 


3.00 


3.00 


3.50 


Reducing 


Each 


1.40 


1.75 


2.25 


3.00 


3.00 


3.75 


3.75 


4.35 


45^ Elbows 


Straight 


Each 


1.60 


2.00 


2.70 


3.75 


3.75 


4.00 


4.00 


4.50 


Tees 


Straight 


Each 


1.50 


2.00 


2.50 


3.50 


3.50 


4.00 


4.25 


5.00 


Reducing 


Each 


1.85 


2.50 


3.00 


4.35 


4.35 


5.00 


5.25 


6.25 


Crosses 


Straight 


Each 


2.20 


2.70 


3.50 


5.00 


5.00 


5.70 


6.00 


7.00 


Reducing 


Each 


2.75 


3.30 


4.35 


6.25 


6.25 


7.00 


7.50 


8.75 


Plugs 




Each 


.50 


.75 


.85 


1.35 


1.35 


1.75 


1.75 


2.00 


Bushings 




Each 


.60 


.80 


1.00 


K50 


1.50 


1.85 


1.85 


2.00 


Flange Unions 




Each 


2.25 


2.75 


3.15 


4.50 


4.50 


5.00 


5.00 


5.50 


Locknuts 




Each 


.50 


.70 


.95 


1.25 


1.25 


1.35 


1.35 


1.50 


Return Bends 


Close 


Each 


3.00 


4.00 


5.00 


6.00 


6.50 






Open 


Each 


3.75 


4.50 


5.75 


8.00 


8.00 








Reducers 




Each' 


1.20 


1.50 


2.00 


2.75 


2.75 


3.00 


3.00 


3.50 


Caps 




Each 


.80 


1.10 


1.30 


1.60 


1.60 


2.00 


2.00 


2.15 


45^ Y-Bends 




Each 1 


3.25 


4.50 


6.00 


8.00 


8.00 


9.00 


9.00 


10.00 



Size 


Inches! '^^^^ 


61/4 
65/8 


7% 


8V4 
8% 


9% 


10% 


11% 


121/2 


90= Elbows 


Straight Each 4 . 00 7 . 00 10 . 00 13 . 00 20 . 00 28 . 00 


35.00 


45.00 


Reducing Each 5.00 8.75 


12,50 16.00 25.00 


35.00 


45.00 


60.00 


45^ Elbows Straight Each 5.50 9.00 13.00 16.00 25.00 35.00 45.00 


60.00 


Tees 


Straight Each 5.50 


10.00 


15.00 20.00 25.00 32.00 , 40.00 


50.00 


Reducing Each 6.75 12.50 


18.75 25.00 


30.00 


35.00 ' 50.00 


70.00 


Crosses 


Straight Each 7.80 


14.00 


20.00 26.00 


40.00 


55.00 


70.00 


90.00 


Reducing Each 9.70 


17.50 


25.00 


32.00 


50.00 


70.00 


90.00 


115.00 


Plugs Each 2.40 3.75 5.50 6.50 7.50 9.00 11.00 


14.00 


Bushings Each 2.50 3.75 5.50 6.50 7.50 


9.00 14.00 


20.00 


Flange Unions Each 6.50 8.00 10.00 12.00 15.00 28.00 35.00 


45.00 


Locknuts Each 1.90 


2.50 3.50 4.00 4.50 6.25 


12.50 


20.00 


Reducers Each 4.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 15.00 22.00 30.00 


40.00 


Caps Each 2.35 


4.00 


4.35 6.00 7.25 


8.50 


16.00 


20.00 


45° Y-Bends Each 12.00 


17.00 


25.00 35.00 45.00 


50.00 


65.00 


85.00 



Fittings with iron pipe and casing threads : For 

Standard Cast Iron Casing Fittings with one or more 
openings Capped with regular iron pipe thread, add 
25 per cent to the list prices shown above. 

Galvanized fittings: Galvanized Standard Cast 
Iron Casing Fittings can be furnished at double the 
list prices shown above. 



Other Crane products with casing threads : For 

cast iron casing fittings not listed above and for 
valves or cocks — brass, iron, or steel — with casing or 
special thread, see the Crane Discount Sheet for 
prices. 

Orders should specify outside diameter of casing, 
number of threads per inch, and style of casing. 






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CRANE 



Long Sweep Cast Iron Fittings 



WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 

150 pounds cold \\aCer, oil, or gas, non-shock 








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No. 1 
90° Elbow 



No. 2 
Double Branch Elbow 



No. 3 
Single Sweep Tee 

List Prices, Black 



No. 5 

Double Sv-eep Tee 



No. 4 

Cross 



Size Inches % 1 11/4 IV2 2 2V2 3 SVz 4 5 6 18 10 12 




Straight Each .26 .32 .40 -55 .80 1.20 2-25 3.25 3.50 6.50 8.75 17.00 30.00 40.00 


No. 1, 90 Elbows 


*Reducing Each .40 .48 .60 .831.201.803,38 4,88 5.25 9.7513.1325.50 45.00 60.00 


No. 2, Double Branch 


Straight Each .64 .80 1.10 1.60 2. 40!4. 50 6.50 7.00 13.00 17.50 34.00 60.00 80.00 


Elbows 


*Reducing EachI .96 1.20 1.65 2.40 3. 60;6. 75 9.75 10.50 19. 50|26. 25 51.00 90.00120.00 


No. 3, Single Sweep Tees 


Straight Each .40 .48 .60 .82 1. 20|1.80;3 .401 4.90 5.25 9.75 13.25 25.50 45.00 60.00 


*Reducing Each .72 .90 1.23 1.80 2.70 5.10 7.35 7.88 14.63 19. 88'38. 25 67.50 90.00 


No. 5, Double Sweep Tees 


Straight Each .52.64 .80 1.10 1.60 2.4014.50 6.50 7.00 13.00 17.50 34.00 60.00 80.00 


*Reducing Each .96 1-20 1.65 2.40 3.60 6.75: 9.75 10.50 19.50 26. 25!51. 00 90.00 120.00 


No. 4, Crosses 


Straight Each .85 1.10 1.50 2. 15 3.2016.00 8.75 9.50 17.50 24. 00i45. 00 80.00 107.00 


*Reducing Each 1.65(2.25 3.23 4. 80(9. 00, 13. 13 14.25 26.25 36.00 67.50 120.00 160.50 



*Reducing fittings: List prices of reducing Double 
Branch Elbows, Single Sweep Tees, Double Sweep 
Tees, and Crosses apply Co reducing sizes carried in 
stock, shown on the opposite page. Other reductions 
can be made to order by bushing in the sand ; when so 
bushed, non-stock sizes use the same list prices as 
stock reducing sizes, but are sold at an advance in 
price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

No, I Reducing qo° Elbows are made to order only. 
Reducing list "prices apply to any reduction when 
bushed in the sand from straight sizes. 



Reducing fittings that require making a new pattern 
are entirely special. Prices on application. 

Galvanized fittings: These fittings can be fur- 
nished galvanized, at double the above list prices. 

American Standard Sprinkler Fittings: Ameri- 
can Standard Sprinkler Fittings for use in fire pro- 
tection installations are shown on pages 206 to 208. 

Dimensions: The dimensions of straight size fit- 
tings are shown in the table below. Dimensions of 
reducing sizes will be furnished on request. 



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Dimensions, in Indies 





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D 



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B 



A"- 



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I 

B 



] 



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S 



i — ; — 



90° Elbow 



No. 2 

Double Branch Elbow 



No. 3 
Single Sweep Tee 



No. 5 
Double Sweep Tee 



B — 1— 
No. 4 

Cross 



] 
B — 



1 1 Thread 
Engagement 




See page 591 
for explanation. 



Size 


% 


1 


1V4 


1V2 


2 


2V2 


3 


3V2 4 


5 


6 


8 


10 12 


A 


2 


2V2 


3 


31/2- 


4 


4V2 


5- 


53/4 6V2 


71/2 


9 


IIV4 


141/2 17 


B 




2V2 


3 


3V2 


4 


4V2 


5 


5V4 6V2 


7y2 


9 


11^4 


141/2 17 


C 




2V2 


3 


3V2 


4 


51/4 


6 


65/8 6V2 


9 


loyg 


U3/4 


141/2 17 


D 


2 


2V2 


3 


31/2 


4 


43/4 


5V2 


S^Vi, 7 


8V2 


9V4 


113/4 


141/2 f 17 


E 


3 


m 


4y2 


SVa 


eVs 


7 


8V8 


8IV16 lOVa 


121/4 


141/4 


173/fi 


211/8 243/4 


Z 


V16 


1V16 


^Vl6 


>VlG 


^4 


is/ie 


1 


IViG IVs 


1V4 


1V16 


IV16 


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Long Sweep Cast Iron Fittings 

Reducing Fittings Carried in Stock 



B 



6 



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B 




B 





c 

No. 2 
Double Branch Elbow 



A 

No. 3 
Single Sweep Tee 




Reducing Double Branch Elbows, Single Sweep 

'Tees, Double Sweep Tees, and Crosses are carried 

in stock in the sizes shoun below. These are sold 



A 

No. 5 

Double Sweep Tee 



at regular prices for reducing fittings. 

For prices of non-stock reducing sizes, see the foot 
notes on the preceding page. 



No. 2 
Double Branch Elbows 


No. 3 
Single Sweep Tees 


No. 5 
Double Sweep Tees 


No. 4 
Crosses 


ABC 


ABC 


ABC 


ABC 


A B 


V4 ^^A Xl 


1 X 1 X 3/4 
1 X 3/4 X 1 

1 X 34 X V4 


2 x2 X 1 

2 X 11/2 X IV2 
2 X 11/2 X 1 


31/2x21/2x4 
3 X 3 X 4 
3 X 21/2 X 4 


21/2 X IV2 


3/4 X34 XIV4 
1 X 1 X IV4 


3 X 11/2 


IV4X 11/4 X 1 

lV4Xll/4Xy4 
IV4 X 1 X 1 

IV4 X 1 X 3/4 

11/4x3/4 xiy4 


2V2 X 21/2 X 2 
21/2x21/2x11/2 
21/2 X 21/2 X 1 
21/2 X 2 X 21/2 
21/2 X 2 X 2 
21/2 X 2 X Vh 
2 X 2 X 2V2 


5 X 5 X 4 
5 X 5 X 31/2 
5 X 5 X 3 
5 X 5 X 21/2 
5 X 4 X 5 
5 X 4 X 4 
5 X 4 X 31/2 
5 X 4 X 3 
5 X 4 X 21/2 
5 X 31/2 X 5 
5 X 31/2 X 4 
5 X 31/2 X 31/2 
5- X 3 X 5 
5 X 3 X 4 
5 X 3 X 31/2 
5 X 21/2 X S 
5 X 21/2 X 4 
4 X 4 X S 
4 X 31/2 X 5 
4 X 3 X 5 
4 X 21/2 X 5 
31/2x31/2x5 
31/2 X 3 X 5 


4 X 21/2 


iy4XlV4XlV2 


5 x4 


11/2x11/2X2 


5 x3 


2 X 2 X 2V2 


6 x4 


21/2x21/2x3 

2 x2 X 3 


1V2X 11/2x11/4 
1V2X 11/2x1 

11/2x11/2x3/4 
1V2X 11/4x11/4 

11/2x11/4x1 

11/2x11/4x3/4 


8 x6 
8 x4 


3 X 3 X 4 

2V2 X 21/2 X 4 


3 X 3 X 21/2 
3 X 3 X 2 
3 X 3 X IV2 
3 X 3 X 1 
3 X 2V2 X 3 
3 X 21/2 X 21/2 
3 X 21/2 X 2 
3 X 2 X 3 
3 X 2 X 21/2 
21/2 X 21/2 X 3 
21/2 X 2 X 3 




4 X 4 X 5 




5 X 5 X 6 


2 x2 xli/z ' 

2 x2 xiy4 

2 X 2 X 1 
2 X 11/2x11/2 
2 X 11/2x1 




' 






21/2x21/2x2 

21/2x21/2x11/2 
21/2x21/2x11/4 
21/2 X 2 x 2 
21/2x2 XII/2 
2V2 X 2 X 1 






31/2 X 31/2 X 3 
31/2 X 31/2 X 21/2 
31/2 X 3 X 31/2 
31/2 X 3 X 3 
31/2 X 3 X 21/2 
314 X 3 X 2 
31/2 X 2V2 X 31/2 
31/2 X 2V2 X 3 
31/2 X 21/2 X 21/2 
31/2 X 2 X 31/2 
31/2 X 2 X 3 
3 X 3 X 3V2 
3 X 21/2x31/2 
3 X 2 X 31/2 
21/2 X 2V2 X 31/2 






3 X 3 X 21/2 
3 X 3 X 2 
3 X 3 X 11/2 
3 X 3 X 11/4 
3 X 3 X 1 
3 X 2V2 X 2 
3 X2V2XII/2 






6 X 6 X 5 
6 X 6 X 4 
6 X 6 X 31/2 
6 X 6 X 3 
6 X 5 X 6 
6 X 5 X 5 
6 X 5 X 4 
6x5 X 31/2 
6 X 5 X 3 
6 X 4 X 6 
6 x4 x5 
6 X 4 X 4 
6 X 31/2 X 6 
6 X 31/2 X 5 
- 6 X 3 X 6 
5 X 5 X 6 
5 x4 x6 
5 X 31/2 X 6 
5 X 3 X 6 
4 X 4 X 6 
4 X 31/2 X 6 




- 


3y2 X 31/2 X 2 
31/2x31/2x11/2 
31/2 X 31/2 X 11/4 
31/2 X 3 X 2 
31/2x3 xli/2 




" 


4 X 4 X 31/2 
4 X 4 X 3 
4 X 4 X 2V2 
4 X 3V2 X 4 
4 X 31/2x31/2 
4 X 31/2 X 3 
- 4 x 31/2 X 21/2 
4 X 3 X 4 
4 X 3 X 31/2 
4 x3 x3 

4 X 3 X 21/2 
4 X 21/2 X 4 
4 X 2V2 X 31/2 
31/2 X 31/2 X 4 
31/2 X 3 X 4 




Use reducing 

list price 

corresponding 

ia largest 

opening. 


4 X 4 X 3 

"4 X 4 X 21/2 

4 X 4 X 2 

4x4x11/2 
4 X 4 X 11/4 

4 X 31/2 X 11/2 

4 X 3 X 3 




- 


5 X 5 X 3 

5 X 5 X 2 






6 X 6 X 4 
6 X 6 X 3 
6 X 6 X 21/2 
6 x6 x2 


8 X 8 X 6 
8 X 8 X 4 




- 








8 X 8 X 4 





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American Standard Cast Iron Sprinkler Fittings 



WORKING PRESSURES 

175-Pound — 175 pounds cold water, non-shock 
250-Pound — 250 pounds cold water, non-shock 




Style A 



i? 



Style B 








Style C 



Style D Style E 

Prices on application 



Style O 



Style P 











Stvle G 



Style H 



Style K 



Style L Style M Style N 

List Prices, Black, Each 



Style R 



Style S 









175-Pound 


250-Pound 


Size Inches 


2V2 3 3V2 4 5 6 8 


2i-'2 3 31/2 4 5 6 




Style A Straight 1 . 20 2 . 25 3.25 3 . 50 6 . 50 8 . 75 17 . 00 


2.40 4.50 6.50 7.00 13.00 17.50 


90' Elbows 


Style B 1 Straight i 5.50 6.00! 6.50 7.50 10.00 14.00 30.00 


11.00 12.00 13.00 15.00 20.00 28.00 


Style C Straight 6.75 7.50 8.50 10.00 12.50 17.50 35.00 


13.50 15.00 17.00 20.00 25.00 35.00 




Style D 


Straight 8.00 11.00 15.00 18.00 32.00 


i 




Style G 


Straight ' 2.40 4.50 6.50 7.00 13.00 17.50 


4.80 9.00 13.00 14.00 26.00 35.00 




^Reducing 3.60 6.75 9.75 10.50 19.50 26.25 


1 




Style H 


Straight ' 9.00 10.00111.00 12.00 15.00 22.00 


18.00 20.00 22.00 24.00 30.00 44.00 




*Reducing ' 9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 15.00 22.00 


! 




Stvle K 


Straight 9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 15.00 22.00 


18.00 20.00 22.00 24.00 30.00 44.00 


Tees 


^^Reducing 9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 15.00 22.00 






Style L 


Straight 9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 15.00 22.00 


18.00 20.00 22.00 24.00 30.00 44.00 




"Reducing 


11.00:12.00 15.00 22.00 






Style M ' Straight 9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 15.00 22.00 


18.00 20.00 22.00 24.00 30.00 44.00 


- 


C<-,,1n KT 


Straight 10.00 11 .50 [ 13.00 , 15 .00 18.00 26.00 


20.00 23.00 26.00|30.00 36.00 52.00 


i-JUJ' It -LI 


^Reducing ! ' 18.00 26.00 


1 1 

1 




Style 


Straight 


3.20 6.001 8.75 9.50 17.50 24.00 


6.40 12.00 17.50 19.00 35.00 48.00 




^Reducing ' ; 26-25 36.00 


1 


Crosses 


Style P 


Straight 


12.50 13.50 15.00 17.00 22.00 30.00 


25.00 27.00 30.00 34.00 44.00 60.00 


-Reducing 12.50 13.50 15.00 17.00 22.00 30.00 


L 1 




Style R Straight 12.50 13.50 15.00 17.00 22.00 30.00 


25.00 27,00 30.00 34.00 44.00 60.00 




Styles , Straight 13.50 15.00 17.00 20.00 25.00 35.001 


27.00 30.00 34. 00140. 00 50.00 70.00 



American Standard: These fittings conform to 
the American Standard for Cast Iron Long Turn 
Sprinkler Fittings (Bibg-iqzq) and Addenda BiOgi- 
iq37, except that the Crane line includes 8-inch 
Screvx'ed Elbows and many Reducing Tees and 
Crosses, not defined by the Standard. 
Underwriters' inspection: These fittings are listed 
as approved and inspected by the Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, Boston, and the 
Underwriters" Laboratories, Chicago. 
Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 
and drilling of the flanges on 1 75-Pound Fittings con- 
form to the American Cast Iron Flange Standard, 
Class 1x5 (Bi6a-iQ3Q). The flanges are plain faced, 
with a smooth finish. 

The dimensions and drilling of the flanges on 250- 
Pound Fittings conform to the 250-Pound American 
Cast I ron Flange Standard (B 1 6b- 1 qzS) . The 
flanges have a raised face i^^-inch high. The raised 



face is finished with concentric grooves, approxi- 
mately lb groo\'es per inch, known as a""serrated"' 
finish, 

Drilling: List prices of fittings with flanges include 
facing and drilling to the American Standard. No 
deduction is made if fittings are ordered faced only. 
'^'Reducing sizes: "Reducing" list prices apply to 
sizes carried in stock, shown on the opposite page. 
Other reductions can be made to order; prices on 
application. 

Other fittings: Standard Cast Iron Fittings (see 
page iqy) and i-inch and smaller 250-Pound Cast 
Iron Fittings (page 212) are permitted by Under- 
writers' Specifications. 

Galvanized fittings: Galvanized fittings can be 
made to order, at the following advances over the 
list prices of black: 

175-Pound — 100% advance over Black 
250-Pound — 50% advance over Black 



Dimensions . . . .page 208 



"'M^.«J-> 



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207 



American Standard Cast Iron Sprinkler Fittings 

175'Pound Reducing Fittings Carried in Stock 



m' 






r 



a 
Style H 



f- 



Stvle K 




c 



^ 



z:J 



a 



^ 



a 
Style N 






a 

Style O 



^r~i^ 



^ 



a 
Style P 



175-Pound Reducing Tees and Crosses are carried in 
stock in the sizes and types shown below. These are 
<;old at the regular prices for Reducing Fittings. 



Reducing sizes not carried in stock can be made to 
order. Prices on application. 



Tees 



rosses 



Size 



2V2 ^ 2V2 
21/2 X 2 
2 x2 



x3 

x2V2 

x3y2 

x3 

xZVa 
x3V2 
x3 

x2V2 

x3V2 
x3 

x3y2 
x3y2 

X3V2 

x3V2 



Style 



Size 



G, H, L 
G, a L 
G, H 
G,H, L 
G, H 



X 



X 



21/2 x 



Style 



G, H 

G, H 

G, H. K, L 

G, H 

G, H 

G 

G, H, K 

G, H 

G,K 

G, K 

G, K 

G, K 

G, K 



G, H, L, N 
G, H 
G, H 
G, H 

G, H, K, L 
G, H 
G, H 
G, H 
G 

G, H, K, L 
G, H 
G, H 
G, H, K 

G, H 
G 

G, H 



Size 



X 



Style 



Size 



2V2 X 2V2 



x3V2 
x3V2 
x3V2 
x3V2 
x3V2 
x2l/2 



x2V2 



Style 



x3V2 



175'Pound and 250-Pound Bossed Elbows 






^ 




X 1^'- 



V2 



x2V2 



X 6 X 5 





Type 1 



Type 2 Type 3 Type 4 

Extra List Prices for Bosses 



Type 5 



Orders tnust establish location of 
boss by specifying Type Number. 




Size of Fitting 



2V2" 



3" 



3V2" 



4" 



5" 



6" 



Extra 

List Price 

♦Each 



Screwed Boss t apped for 
Slip Boss for pipe 



1 1 V2nU£iUVlJl_LILLiL 

TVz"! 2" I 2" 1 2" 2V2"|2y2" 



1.50 



1.50 



1.00 




Solid Boss (largest tapping) 1 1 V2" 1 1 V2" U V2" I 2" | 2" 1 2" 

*The pvrra list oricelo r the boss must be added to the list price ol the Elbow. Screwed Boss 





Slip Boss 



Solid Boss 



Solid Bosses can be tapped for the sizes given in the fittings can be tapped ^^-inch witl.out a boss. 8-inch 
table, and smaller. Slip Bosses have a blind hole to can be tapped ^4-inch without a boss, 
serve'as a socket for a supporting pipe. tVi to 6-inch 



'T I. 



MMMktm 



208 



CRANE 



I 



American Standard Cast Iron Sprinkler Fittings 



Dimensions, in Inches 



175-Pound Fittings 



ISO-Pound Fittings 



^^A 



t 



(/, 



D 



^- 



n 







A 



Iz^ 



K-A- 



dm 



t— A 




-A- 



n 









t 

A 

t 

A 



-A 



** 



Me 





^ 




i 




J 


D 


-' 


fe^ 




'. 


'" 


F 
( 

■■ 

■ 


) ■ 

s Center 


/ to face 


w 


^ 




a 






T 



f— A-i-1 







! 
A 





A -," ■ A — - 





Dimensions shown in the table below apply to straight sizes only. 
Dimensions of reducing sizes will be furnished on request. 













175 -Pound 












250-Pound 








Size 


A 


^I 


C 


D 


E 


F 


No. 

of 
bolts 


Dia. 
of 

bolts 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


No. 
of 

bolts 


Dia. 
of 

bolls 


2V2 


4V2 


41 2 


^^2 


7 


^Vie 51/2 


4 


% 


51/4 


43/4 


6V2 


71/2 1 1 415/16 


57/8 


8 


3/4 


3 


5 


( 47/8 ! 


5 


7Vi 


3/4 6 


4 


= 8 


534 


: 51/4 


6V2 


81/4 IVg 511/16 


6% 


8 


3/4 


31/2 


53/4 


! 51/4 ! 


5 


8V2 


'13 16 7 


8 


■ % 


6V2 


5% 


61 2 


9 l3/i6 65/16 


71/4 


8 


3/4 


4 


6V2 


' 51/2 : 


6 


9 


iVie: 71/2 


8 


■ % 


71/4 


6 


6 1/2 


10 11/4 615/16 


7^8 


1 8 


V4 


J 


7V2 


6V4 


/ 


10 


:1-16 81/2 


8 


V4 


> 83/8 


, 6% 


71/2 


U l3^ 85/16 


91/4 


' 8 


3/4 


6 


9 


' 7 


7 


11 


1 91/2 


8 


1 V4 


9^8 


71/2 


71/2 


121/2 IV16 9IV16 


105/e 


12 


V4 


8 


9 


8% 


9 


131/2 


! iVs 11^4 


8 


^,4 


10 


: 9 


10 


, 15 1% 1115/16 


13 


12 


Vs 



Thread Engagement . . , ^page 591 



Templates for drilling . . , pages 551 and 552 



CRANE 



209 



Cast Iron Sprinkler Fittings 



WORKING PRESSURES 

175-PoLind — 125 pounds steam 

— 175 pounds cold water, non-shock 
250-Pound — 250 pounds cold wacer, non-shock 








B 




No. 674 

175-Pound 
90° Elbow 



No. 673 

175-Pound 
45° Elbow 



No. 675 
175- Pound 
45° Y^Bend 



No. 677 

175-Pound 

Offset 



No. 679, 175-Pound 

No. 679 E, 250-Pound 

Drip or Drain Tee 



No. 681, 175-Pound 
No. 681 E, 250-Pound 

Drip or Drain Tee 



List Prices, Black 



Size 



Inches 2y2 



3y2 



8 



175-Pound 



No. 673, 45" Elbows 



Each 1.70 



2.15 



2.80 



3.25 



4.55 



5.95 I 12.30 



No. 674. 90' Elbows 



Each 1.60 



2.00 



2.60 



3.00 



4.05 



5.25 10.55 



No. 675, 45' Y-Bends 



Each 2.76 



3.75 



5.05 5.80 



9.05 11.70 26.30 



No. 677, Offsets 



With 4-inch offset Each 3.00 



4.00 



5.00 



6.00 



8.00 10.00 20.00 



With 6-inch offset Each 4.50 



6.00 



7.50 



9.00 12.00 15.00 25.00 



No. 679, Drip or Drain Tees 



Each 2.83 



3.50 



4.25 



5.00 



7.15 



8.60 I 17.75 



No. 681, Drip or Drain Tees 



Each 



5.75 



6.75 



8.00 I 10.80 12.60 24.25 



250 -Pound 



*No. 679 E, Drip or Drain Tees 



Each 5.65 



7.00 



8.50 I 10.00 ; 14.30 I 17.20 I 35.50 



*No. 681 E, Drip of Drain Tees 



Each 



13.50 ! 16.00 ' 21.60 i 25.20 ■ 48.50 



Drip or Drain Tees Carried in Stock 



No. 679 


No. 679 E 


No. 681 No. 681 E 


ABC 


ABC 


ABC 


ABC I ABC 


2y2x2y2xiy2 


5x5x2 
5 x 5 x 1 yg 
5xSx iy4 

5x5x1 


2y2x2y2xiy4 
2y2 X 2y2 X 1 


3 X 3 X 1 y2 


3y2x3y2xiy2 


2y2x2y2x iy4 


3V2x3y2xiy2 
3y2x3y2xiy4 


3y2 x3y2x iy4 


2y2x2y2x 1 


3 x3 X UA 
3 x3 X 1 


4 X 4 X 2 


3 x3 xP/z 


4 X 4 X 2 
4 X 4 X 1 y2 
4 X 4 X 1 y4 


4 X 4 X n/z 


3 X 3 X iy4 

3 X 3 X 1 


6 x 6 X 2y2 
6x6x2 

6 X 6 X iy2 

6 X 6 X IV4 
6x6x1 


3y2x3y2xiy2 
3y2x3y2xiy4 


5 X 5 X 2 

5 X 5 X 1 y2 


3y2x3y2x2 
3V2x3y2xiy2 
3y2x3y2x iy4 


4 X 4 X 2 
4 x4 X U/z 


5 X 5 X 2 

5 xS xiyz 


6 X 6 X 2 
6 X 6 X U/z 


5 X 5 x 2 

5 X 5 X 1 y2 


6 X 6 X 2y2 
6 X 6 X 2 
6 x6 X n/a 

6 X 6 X iy4 

6 X 6 X 1 


8 X 8 X 2y2 
8 X 8 X 2 


4 X 4 x 2 
4 x4 X lyz 

4 X 4 x 1 y4 

4 V 4 V 1 


8x8x3 
8 X 8 X 2V2 
8x8x2 


6 x6 X 2 

6 X 6 X 1 yz 




4 x 4 x 34 


8 X 8 X 2y2 
8 x8 X 2 




8 X 8 x3 
8 X 8 X 2y2 
8 X 8 X 2 





Cast Iron Sprinkler Fittings : While these fittings 
are not included in the "American Standard", they 
are frequently used in sprinkler installations. 

*Drip or Drain Tees: List prices of Drip or Drain 
Tees apply only to the regular stock sizes shown in 
the above table. Straight sizes or other reducing 
sizes can be made to order; prices on application. 

Flange dimensions and facing: The dimensions 

and drilling of the fiangeson 175-Pound Fittings con- 
form to the American Cast Iron [^"lange Standard, 
Class 125 (Bi6a-iq3q). The flanges are plain faced, 
with a smooth finish. 

The dimensions and drilling of the flanges on 250- 

Dimensions on application 



Pound Fittings conform to the lyo-Pound American 
Cast Iron Flange Standard (Bibb-iQzS). The 
flanges have a raised face He-inch high. The raised 
face is finished with concentric groo\'es, approximate- 
ly lb grooves per inch, known as a "serrated" finish. 

Drilling: List prices of fittings with flanges include 
facing and drilling to the American Standard. No 
deduction is made if fittings are ordered faced only. 

Galvanized fittings; Galvanized fittings can be 
made to order, at the following advances over the 
list prices of black: 

175-Pound — 100% advance over Black 
250-Pound — 50% advance over Black 

Templates for drilling. . . .pag^s 551 and 552 



I. 



Ill:, 




' k H I 




;' 




t I 



f 



"'■'"" ....~...».>^....»..^.....>..»....^...»^. 



L. 



210 



CRANE 



17 5 -Pound Cast Iron Fittings 



WORKING PRESSURES 

175 pounds steam 
300 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 







90° Elbow 



45° Elbow 



Tee 



Cross 



t 



; :.f 



' i ' 



1 



lJ I 



,ii 



'*^ize 




45" Y-Bend 





Reducer 



Return Bend 
Prices on application 

See dimension tahie 
for list of sizes. 



List Prices, Black 



^„ 



Inches I y2 



% 



1 \Wa V/2 2 2V2 I 3 [3M 



8 



10 



12 




n A o l~^ 1 1 


Straight Each .09 .11 .15 .21 .28 .45 1.00 1.50'2.10 2.40 3.60 5.50 9.50 16.50 29.00 


90 Flbows 


^Reducing Each .13 .17 .23 .32 .52 1.15 1.70 2.75 6.25 11.00 19,00 33.00 


45" Elbows Straight Each .10 ,12 A7 .22 .30 .50 1.10 1-65 2.30 2.65 4.00 6-00 10.50 18.25 32.00 




Straight Each| .13 .16 .21 .28 .40 .63 1.40 2.20 2.90 3.35 5.25 S.OO 13.25 23.00 42.00 


Tees 


^Reducing Each ' .24 .33 .46 .72 1.60 2.501 3.85 6.00 9.25 15.25 26.50 48.00 


y^^ 


Straight Each .28 .35 .45 .55 .75 1.00 2.20 3.30 4.60 5.25 8.00 12.00 21.00 36.50 64.00 


Crosses 


^Reducing Each , 1.15 3.80 6.00 13.75 24.00 42.00 74.00 


45^^ Y-Bends Straight Each 2.60 4.00 6.25 10.00 14.00 26.00 45.00 


Reducers Each ' .40 .50 .60 .70 1.10 1.50 2.00 2.25 4.50 9.00,13.50 20.00 



'^*!i 



mi ) 



*Reducing fittings: List prices of Reducing qo° 
Elbows, Tees, Crosses, and Reducers apply to reduc- 
ing sizes carried in stock, shown on the opposite page. 
Other reductions can be made to order by bushing in 
the sand; when so bushed, non-stock sizes use the 
same list prices as stock reducing sizes, but are sold 
at an advance in price; see the Crane Discount 
Sheet for prices. 

Reducing 45° Elbows and 45° Y-Bends can be made 
to order by bushing in the sand from straight sizes. 
When so bushed, reducing sizes use the same list 
prices as straight sizes, but are sold at an advance in 
price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Reducing fittings that require making a new pattern 
are entirely special. Prices on application. 

Service recommendations : Crane 1 75-Pound Cast 
Iron Fittings are recommended for services that are 



too severe for Standard Cast Iron Fittings but not 
severe enough to require 250- Pound Cast Iron 
Fittings. They are suitable for all general service 
on steam, water, oil, or gas lines. 

- 

Rugged construction: The fittings are ruggedly 

constructed, being liberally reinforced at points sub- 
jected to greatest stress. They have a high safety 
factor; pressures required to break the fittings are far 
in excess of those for which they are recommended. 

Threading: Crane 175-Pound Cast Iron Fittings 
are uniformly and accurately threaded to gauge. 
All openings are in true alignment and are slightly 
chamfered to assure easy entrance of the pipe. 

Galvanized fittings: Galvanized fittings can be 
made to order, at double the list prices of black 

fittings. 



CRANE 



211 



17 5 -Pound Cast Iron Fittings 

Reducing Fittings Carried in Stock 





90° Elbow 



90*^ Elbows 



y^ 



xi/2 



1 



X % 



y^ 



IV4XI 



IV2XII/4 

1^2X1 



2 
2 



xU/z 
X 1 



2V2 X 2 
21/2 XIV2 

2V2 X 1 



3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



X21/2 

x2 

xlVz 
xl 



x3 

x2y2 

x2 

XIV2 
xl 



6 


X 4 


6 


x3 


6 


x2V2 


6 


x2 


8 


x6 


8 


x4 


10 


x8 


10 


x6 


10 


x4 


12 


X 10 


12 


x8 


12 


x6 



Reducer 



Reducers 



1 



xy4 



1V4X 1 



1V2XIV4 

IV2 X 34 



X IV2 



2V2 X 2 



3 
3 
3 



x2V2 
X 2 
X 1 



31/2 X 3 



4 
4 
4 
4 



x3i/2 
x3 
x2 
X 1 



6 
6 
6 
6 



x5 
x4 
x3 
X 2 



8 

8 



x6 
x4 



10 
10 
10 



x8 
X 6 

x3 



12 
12 
12 



X 10 

x8 
x6 



Reducing qo° Elbows, Tees, Crosses, and Reducers 
are carried in stock in the sizes slnown in the table 
below. These sizes are sold at the regular prices for 
reducing fittings. 

For prices of reducing fittings not carried in stock, 
see the footnotes on the preceding page. 



B 



C 



B 



Tee 



Tees 



B 



1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 



X 1 
X 1 

xy4 

X34 

x3/4 
xV2 
XV2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



V: 



'4 
2 

1 

Vz 

1 
1 



IV4 X IV4 

11/4x1 

1V4X1 
11/4x34 



11/4x34 



11/4 X 



3/4 



'4 
/4 

4 



X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



1 

11/4 

1 

3/4 



11/2 xlVz 

11/2x11/2 
11/2x11/2 

1V2XU/2 

11/2 X1V4 
11/2 X1V4 

11/2x11/4 

11/2x1 

11/2x3/4 
11/2x3/4 

1 X 1 



xll/4 

X 1 

x3/4 

xl/2 
XIV4 
X 1 
x3/4 
X 1 

xll/2 
Xll/4 

Xll/2 



B 



2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

iy2x 

1 X 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



2 
2 
2 

IV2 

11/2 

11/2 

IV2 
1 

1 

1/2 

11/2 
1 



X 
X 
X 
X 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



11/2 

1 

3/4 

1V2 

11/4 

1 

V4 

2 

11/2 

2 

2 
2 



B 



21/2 

21/2 

21/2 
21/2 

21/2 
21/2 
21/2 
21/2 
2 1/2 
21/2 
21/2 

21/2 
2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



X 
X 



2V2 
21/2 
21/2 
2V2 
2V2 

2 
2 
2 

IV2 

11/2 
1 

% 
2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



2 

11/2 

11/4 

1 

V4 
21/2 

11/2 

1 

2V2 
11/2 

21/2 
21/2 
21/2 



3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 

3 

21/2 X 
2 X 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



3 

3 

3 

3 

21/2 

21/2 

2 

2 

11/2 

11/2 
1 

21/2 
2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



21/2 

2 

11/2 

1 

3 

21/2 
3 
2 
3 

11/2 
3 

3 

3 



ABC 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



X 
X 

X 
X 

X 



5 
5 
4 
3 

2 



X 
X 
X 
X 



3 

2 
4 
5 
5 



4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
21/2 



X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
3 
3 

2 

IVs 

1 

3 

2^2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



3 

21/2 

2 

11/2 
1 

4 

3 

4 

21/2 
4 

2 

4 

4 

4 
4 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
3 



X 
X 
X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
4 
3 



X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



5 

4 
3 

21/2 
2 

1 

6 

4 

6 

3 

6 

6 

6 



ABC 



8x8 
8x8 
8x8 
8x8 
8 X 
8 X 
8 X 
6 X 



6 
6 
4 
6 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



6 
4 
3 

2 
8 
6 
8 
8 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



X 10 
X 10 
X 10 
X 10 
x8 
10 X 8 
10 X 6 
8x8 



x8 
x6 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



4 
3 

10 
8 
10 
10 



12 X 
12 X 
12 X 
12 X 
12 X 
12 X 
12 X 
12 X 
12 X 



12 X 10 
12x8 
12 X 6 
12 X 4 
10 X 12 
10 X 10 
8 X 12 
8 x8 
4 xl2 



Dimensions, in Inches 



-\ 



B 

Cross 



Crosses 



B 



2 x 11/2 



3x2 



4 X 21/2 
4x2 



6x4 
6x2 



8x6 



10x8 



10 X 6 






Dimensions apply only to straight sizes and to Reducers; 
dimensions of reducing sizes will be furnished on application. 





*A* 


A i A 




-*-A-*'*A 


* 






r-L "^f ji 


\ 


* 

A 

T 


J ' 


t 


X 






A 

t 


_ 








1 ■ 


/ 








* / 


4 

A 




A ' 






' 




t 1' 




r" 


t 


n. 


1 


r 



90° Elbow 





J 




Tee 



Cross 



45° Elbow 



45° Y-Bend 



Reducer Return Bend 




See page 591 
for explanation 



Size 


1/2 


3/4 


1 


11/4 


IVz 


2 


21/2 


3 


31/2 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


12 


A 


IV4 


IV16 


1% 


lyg 


21/8 


21/2 


31/4 


33/4 


41/8 


41/2 


51/2 


6 1/4 


73/4 


91/4 


111/2 


B 


1V16 


IV16 


IV16 


1% 


1V16 


11V16 


2 


2Vi6 


21/2 


211/16 


31/8 


31/2 


4Vl6 


53/1 6 


6 


F 














6 1/4 


7% 




9V4 


ns/g 


13Vl6 


1615/16 


2OII/16 




G 










S3/,6 


61/8 




7% 


^1/4 


103/4 


135/8 


163/4 




J 




2 


21/8 


2y4 


2yi6 


211/16 


3 


31/8 


3% 


43/8 


51/4 


6V16 


71/8 


Z 


1/2 


V16 


11/16 


11/16 


11/16 


V4 


15/16 


1 


II/16 


11/8 


11/4 


IV16 


IV16 


IVs 


IV4 



Return Bends 



Size 


1/2 


^4 


¥4 


3/4 


1 1 


IV4 


11/2 


11/2 


11/2 


11/2 11/2 2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


M 


1^4 


2 


3 


41/2 


23/8 3 


3 


21/2 


2^8 


31/4 


31/2 6 31/4 


4 


41/2 


5 


6 


6V2 


N 


2 


2S/16 


213/16 


3Vl6 


23/4 3 


35/16 


35/J6 


31/2 


311/16 


313/16 5Vi6 4 


43/8 


45/8 


4% 


53/8 


55/8 


Size 


21/2 


21/2 


2V2 


21/2 


3 3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 4 4 


4 


4 


4 


6 


6 


M 


41/2 


47/8 


6 


7 


5 6V4 


8 


9 


U 


6 


7 71/2 8 


9 


11 


12 


10 


13 


N 


55/16 


51/2 


6I/16 


6yi6 


6 65/8 


71/2 


8 


9 


73/16 


711/16 7i5/,6 83/16 


8II/16 


91V16 


103/16 


105/8 


121/8 



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250-Pound Cast Iron Fittings 



Short Pattern 



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WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam 
400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



90° Elbow 
No. 182 E, Straight 
No. 184 E, Reducing 






Cross 
No. 192 E, Straight 




45" Elbow 
No. 186 E, Straight 



Tee 
No. 188 E, Straight 
No. 190 E, Reducing 





45° Y-Bend 
No. 194 E. Straight 



Coupling 
No. 195 E, Right Hand 
No. 196 E, Right & Left 

List Prices, Black 



Return Bend 
No. 187 E, Right Hand 
No. 189 E, Right & Left 



Size Inches 1/4 Vs V2 V4 1 11/4 W2 2 ( 2V2 




No. 182 E 
Straight 


Right Hand Each .20 .20 .25 .30 .35 .45 .60 .75 1.25 


90' Elbows 


Right and Left Each .30 .36 .42 .54 .72 .90 




No. 184 E, Reducing f*l Each .35 .40 ' .45 .55 .75 .95 1.55 


45" Elbows No. 186 E, Straight Each .35 .40 .44 .55 .70 .90 1.50 


Tees 


No. 188 E, Straight Each .35 ,35 ,40 .45 .55 .70 .90 1.15 1.80 


No. 190 E. Reducing (*) Each t -55 .60 .70 .90 1.15 1.40 2.25 


Crosses 


No. 192 E, Straight Each .60 .65 .70 .90 1.20 1.50 2.50 


45° Y-Bends No. 194 E, Straight Each' 1 ' ! l.IO ! 1.35 1.80 ' 2.25 3.75 


Couplings 


No. 195 E, Right Hand Each \ | .39 .50 .66 .83 


No. 196 E, Right and Left Each .48 .60 .80 1.00 



Size 








Inches 


3 


31/2 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


12 


r\j\Q T^i 1 


No. 


182 E, 


Straight 


Each 


2.00 


2.75 


3.50 


5 


50 


8 


00 


17 


00 


28 


.00 


40 


00 


90 tlbows 


No. 


184 E, 


Reducing f*l 


Each 


2.50 


3.40 


4.40 


6 


80 


10 


00 


21 


00 


35 


00 


50 


00 


45' Elbows 


No. 


186 E, 


Straight 


Each 


2.50 


3.50 


4.50 


6 


75 


9 


7S 


21 


00 


34 


.00 


48 


.00 


T^ 


No. 


188 E. 


Straight 


Each 


3.00 


4.25 


5.50 


8 


25 


12 


00 


25 


00 


42 


.00 


60 


00 


Tees 


No. 


190 E, 


Reducing (*) 


Each 


3.75 


5.30 


6.85 


10 


25 


IS 


00 


31 


00 


52 


.00 


75 


.00 


Crosses 


No. 


192 E, 


Straight 


Each 


4.00 


5.50 


7.00 


11 


00 


16 


00 


34 


00 










45^ Y-Bends 


No. 


194 E, 


Straight 


Each 


6.00 




11.00 


16 


50 


24 


00 


[ 50 


.00 







List Prices, No. 187 E and No. 189 E Return Bends, Black 



Size 



Inches 



iy4 I Wi I 1V4 I 1V4 I 1V4 I 1V4 



11/2 



W2 



Center to center 


Inches 


2% 


2V2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


; 8 


21/2 


31/2 


3V4 1 


41/2 


6 


No, 187 E, Right Hand 


Each 


.70 


.70 


.80 


.95 


1.10 


1.35 


1.75 


1.25 


1.95 


1.60 


2.70 


3.25 


No. 189 E. Right &Left 


Each 


.80 


.80 








1 




1.40 


2,25 


1.80 







m 



^Reducing fittings: List prices of reducing qo 
Elbows and Tees apply to reducing sizes carried in 
stock, shown on the opposite page. Other reductions 
can be made to order by bushing in the sand; when 
so bushed, non-stock sizes use the same list prices as 
stock reducing sizes, but are sold at an advance in 
price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Reducing 45° Elbows, Crosses, and 45° Y-Bends can 
be made to order by bushing in the sand from straight 
sizes. When so bushed, reducing sizes use the same 
list prices as straight sizes, but are sold at an advance 
in price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Reducing fittings that require making a new pattern 



are entirely special. Prices are on application. 

Rugged Construction: Crane 2 50-Pound Cast 
Iron Fittings are of the Short Pattern. They are 
unusually rugged and have a high factor of safety 
above the recommended working pressure. 

Threading: The thread lengths are longer than 

those found in standard weight fittings, and the 
threads are accurately cut to gauge. All openings 
are slightly chamfered to insure easy entrance of the 
pipe, and are in true alignment. 

Galvanized fittings: Galvanized fittings can be 
made to order at double the list prices of black 

fittings. 



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213 



250-Pound Cast Iron Fittings 



Short Pattern 





90° Elbow 
No. 184 E 



Reducing Fittings Carried in Stock 

Reducing oo° Etbows and Tees are carried in stock in the sizes shown 
in the table below. These sizes are sold at the regular prices for 
reducing fittings. 

For prices of reducing fittings not carried in stock, see the footnotes 
on the preceding page. 



B 



Tee 
No. 190 E 



No 184 E I 
90 Elbows' 



No. 190 E 
Tees 



l^ x% 



B 



B 



V2 



XV4 



3/4 
¥4 






1 x3/4 

iVixl 

ivixy* 



V2 X 
V3 X 



V2 



xVg 

XV4 



mxlVi 
iVjxl 

IV2X3/4 



Va X 

3/4 X 

Va X 

3/4 X 

V4 X 



^4 
V4 
3/4 
V2 

V2 



xVz 

x3/g 

XV4 

xVa 

XV2 



2 
2 
2 



XIV2 

XIV4 
xl 



2»Ax2 
2V2XIV2 



3 
3 



X 2V2 
x2 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3/4 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



1 
1 
1 

3/4 
3/4 
¥4 



X 
X 
X 

xl 



Va 



4 

V2 
V4 



1/2 xl 



X 
X 
X 



V4 
V2 



V2 

3/4 



X 

xl 
xl 



^4 



4 x3 




1V4X 
1V4X 
1V4X 

1V4X 
1V4X 

1V4X 
1V4X 
1V4X 
1V4X 
1V4X 



IV4X1 

1V4XV4 

1V4X 

1V4X 



1 
1 
1 
1 

3/4 

^2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



1V4 

1 

3/4 
V2 
iy4 
1V4 



1V4X 

1V4X 
1 

1 



X 



V2 

V4 

1 

Va 



y-^/A 



xl 

X1V4 
xiy4 
XIV4 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



1V2 
1V2 
1V2 
1V2 

1V2 
1V2X 

1V2X 

1V2X 

1V2X 

IV^X 

llAx 

IV2X 
IV2X 

iy2x 

HAx 

nAx 

U/zx 

iy4x 
ly+x 
iy4x 

1 X 



iy2xiy4 
iy2xi 

iy2x3/4 

iy2xy2 
1 y2 X y4 

iy4xiy2 
iy4xiy4 

iy4xi 
iy4x 

iy4x 
1 



y4 



V2 



1 

1 

¥4 
y-L 

Va 



X 
X 



'4 
2 

iy2 
iy4 

xl 

X1V2 
iy4 
iy2 

iy4 



B 



X 
X 

X 
X 



IV 



iy4xiy2 

1 xP/z 

y4 xivz 

1 xP/z 



2 
2 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

lyzx 
1V2X 

1V2X 
1V2X 
iy4x 



X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



2 
2 
2 

2 
2 



X 
X 



iy2 
iy4 



X 1 
X 



X 

X 



¥4 

y2 



y4 
iy2x2 

HAxU/z 

iy2xiy4 
n/zxi 

lV2xy4 

iy2xy2 
iy4x2 

iy4xiy4 

x2 

xPA 

x2 

xiyz 

x2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



B 



1 
1 

Va 
Va 
Vz 

iy2x 
iy4x 

1 X 

3/4 X 

iy4x 



2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 

2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 

2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 
2V2X 

2 X 

2 
2 
2 X 

1 y2 X 



2y2x 

2y2x 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



3/4 

y2 

2y2 
2 

iy2 

iy4 
1 

V4 

y2 



X 
X 



iy2x2y2 
iy2x2 

11/2 xiy2 

1 X 2y2 

y4 x2y2 

2 X 2y2 

iy2x2y2 
iy4x2y2 
1 x2y2 

iy2x2y2 



B C 



2y2x 
2y2x 
2y2x 
2V2X 



2y2x2 

2y2xiy2 

2V2Xiy4 

2y'.xi 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 
x3 



x2y2 

x2 

xiyz 
xiy* 

X 1 

xy4 



x2y2x3 

x2y2x2y2 



3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



x2y2 
x2y2 
x2y2 
x2y2 

x2 
x2 
x2 
x2 
x2 

xiyz 

xl 



2y2x2y2 



V '' 



x2 

xiy2 
xiy4 

xl 
x3 

x2y2 

x2 

xU/z 

xiy4 

x2 
x3 
x3 

x3 



A B 



3y2x3y2 
3y2x3y2 
3y2x3y2 
3y2x3y2 
3y2x3y2 
3y2x3y2 

3y2x3 

3y2 X 3 
3y2 X 3 

3y2x3 

3y2x2y2 



x3 

x2y2 

x2 

xiy^ 
xiy4 

xl 

x2y2 

x2 

xUA 

xiy4 

x2V2 



4x4 
4x4 
4x4 
4x4 
4x4 
4x4 
4x4 

4 X 3y2 

4x3y2 

4x3y2 

4x3 

4x3 

4x2y2 

4x21/2 
4x2 

3x3 



x3 

x2y2 

x2 

xiy2 
xiy4 

xl 

xy4 
x2y2 

x2 

xiy2 

x4 
x3 
x4 

x2y2 

x4 

x4 



ABC 



5x5 
5x5 
5x5 

5x5 
5x5 

SxS 

5x5 
5x4 
5x4 
5x4 
5x3 
5x2 



x4 
x3 

x2y2 

x2 

xiy2 
xiy4 

xl 

x3y2 

x3 

x2 
x5 
x5 



6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x4 
6x4 
5x5 



x5 

x4 

x3y2 

x3 

x2y2 

x2 

xiy2 
xiy4 

xl 
x6 
x4 
x6 



8x8 
8x8 
8x8 
8x8 
8x8 
8x6 
8x6 



x6 

x5 

x4 

x3 

x2y2 

x6 

x4 



10x10x8 
10x10x6 
10x10x4 



12xl2x 10 

12x12x8 
12x12x6 



Dimensions, in Inches 

Dimensions apply only to straight sizes; dimensions 
of reducing sizes will be furnished on request. 




■^±^1 



A 

J. 






■^ 


H 


* 






— 




Thread 
Engagement 




9^ Elbow 



Tee 



Cross 



45° Elbow 



45° Y-Bend Coupling Return Bend 



>.\\\\v^: 



See page 591 
for explanation. 



Size 


y4 


% 


y2 


V4 


1 [ iy4 


iy2 


2 


2y2 


3 


3y2 


4 5 


6 8 1 


10 


12 


A 


iy4 


p/ft 


iy4 


1V16 


1% nVi6 


2y4. 


2y2 


215/16 


33/8 


33/4 


4V8 4y8 

2IV16 33/,6 


5% 7 


8% 


10 


B 






1 


ly* 


1 iviei iy2 


i^yie 


2 


2y4 ! 


2y2 


2Vl6 


3»yi6 45/8 


4y8 


SV2 


F 










4y4 , 4y8 


53/4 


63/4 


7y8 


SVa 




10% 13Vi6 


i5y4 isys 






G 








3y4 3 13/16 


4y2 


5V,6 


6y8 


6ys 


i 


syz 10V4 


i2y4 14 






H 










2Vl6 2'Vi6 


3Vl6 


3% 






1 




t 






Z 


% 


% 


y2 


V16 


»Vi6 ^yi6 


>Vl6 


3/4 


»Vl6 


1 


lyiG 


n/a 1 iy4 


IVie IV16 


1^8 


1^4 



Return Bends 



Size 



1 



iy4 



iy4 



iy4 



iy4 



IV, 



iy4 



lys 



n/a 



M — Center to center 



23/i 



s 



2y2 



S 



2y2 



3y2 3y4 4y2 



N — Face to back 



2»Vi6 1 3y4 I 3Vi6 4y] 



16 



41 Vi 



16 



5Vi 



16 



6V1 



16 



3Vi 



16 



4y8 I 5V] 



16 







Y 




-i-M JiLjm^^jm 



1 1I n in ilii 



•^ '*'* • -^- 



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214 



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\leta] \v'orkang plants find in Crane's 
wide selection a reliable source of cor- 
rect valves and fittings for each of their 
multitudinous piping requirements. 



Large Crane cast iron screwed 
fittings, flanged gate \"al\"es, and 
flanges and flanged fittings installed 
in cooler lines of a beverage plant. 



^ 




Front \'ie\v of manifold in lubricating oils blending plant, 
assembled completely ^\'ith Crane cocks, unions, and fittings. 



Cast iron valves, fittings, and flanges. \\ ater supply lines to 
breaker beater in a paper mill — Crane-equipped, oi course! 



CRANE 



215 




Cast Iron Drainage Fittings 



Cast Iron Drainage Fittings pages 216 to 220 

Roof Connections page 220 

Traps, Increasers, and Offsets page 221 

Tucker Connections and Couplings page 2.21 

Dimensions of Drainage Fittings pages 222 and 223 

Crane-Hulbert Drainage Fittings page 224 

Other Cast Iron Screwed Fittings. . . .pages 195 to 213 




Crane Cast Iron Drainage Fittings ha^■e the same inside diameter as 
wrouglit pipe. Wlaen a joint is made, the end of the pipe practically 
meets the shoulder at the back of the thread chamber, forming an un- 
obstructed passage-way for foreign matter. Each opening is chamfered 
to permit easy entrance of the pipe. Black fittings are coated, except 
when otherwise ordered for communities requiring uncoated fittings. 

Maileable Iron Drainage Fittings, made from Cast Iron patterns, can 
be furnished to order. They have the same list prices as the Cast 
Iron, but are sold at an advance in price; see the Crane Discount 
Sheet for prices. 

Brass Drainage Fittings can be made to order; prices on application. 

Vacuum Cleaning : These fittings are well suited for vacuum cleaning 
installations. Regular pitched fittings are furnished unless orders 
specify unpitched. ^ 




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Cast Iron Drainage Fittings 



List Prices, Each 



1 K 



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No. 1000, 90' Elbows 


Size 

Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 


1 .28 


.49 


1^4 


.30 


.52 


1^ 


.38 


.67 


2 


.57 


1.00 


21 2 


1.20 


2.10 


3 


1.45 


2.55 


31-, 

4- 


1.90 


0.00 


4 


2.30 


4.00 


5 


4.25 


7.40 


6 


6.25 


11.00 


S 


15.00 


26.25 


10 


131.00 


54.00 


12 


47.50 


S3. 00 


14 


65.00 


114.00 


li:xli4 


. D. 


x.OO 


2 xli2 


-So 


1.50 


2 Xll'4 


5 x4 


4.25 


7.40 


6 X 5 


6.50 


1 1.35 


Pitched 


^i per 


I'oot. 




No. 1008. 90^ Elbows 
with 2-inch Side Outlet 



Sire j Black Galv. 
Inches Each i Each 



2.90 



5.10 



3.8 



6. 



/ o 



Pitched 14- per foC'C. 




N 

671 


0. 10021 2 

2" Elbows 


Size 
Inches 


Rlack 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 


.28 


.49 


U/i ! 


.30 


.52 


112 ' 


.38 


.67 


2 1 


.57 


1.00 


-> 



1.45 


2.55 


4 


2.30 


4.00 


5 


4.25 


7.40 




2 


No. 1005 i 
21 2' Elbows 1 


Sire 

Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 

Each 


1 


1 .28 


.49 


1^4 


.30 


.52 


II2 


.38 


.67 


t 


.57 


1.00 


-'2 


1.20 


2.10 


3 


1.45 


2.55 


4 


2,30 


4.00 


5 


1 4.25 


7.40 


6 


6.25 


11.00 


8 


15.00 


26.25 


10 


t 31.00 


54.00 


12 


47.50 


83.00 




No. 1002. 60' Elbows 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 


.28 


.49 


lU 1 


.30 


1 .52 


1^2 


.38 


.67 


z 


.57 


1.00 


2 1/2 ' 


1.20 


2.10 


3 


1.45 


2 . 55 


31 2 ! 


1.90 


^.36 


4 


2.30 


4.00 





4.25 


7.40 


6 


6.25 


11.00 


8 


15.00 


26.25 


10 ( 


31.00 


54.00 




No. 1006. UI4'' 


Elbows 


Si-e 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 


.28 


.49 


l\4 


.30 


.52 


1^4 


.38 


.67 


^ 


.57 


1.00 


2I2 


1.20 


1 2.10 





1.45 


2. 55 


4 1 


2.30 


4.00 


S 1 


4.25 


I 7.40 


6 


6.25 


11.00 


8 


15.00 


1 26 . 25 


10 


31.00 


54.00 




No. 1003. 45° 


Elbows 


Size 

Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 1 


.28 


( .49 


IV4 


.30 


! .52 


iVi , 


.38 


.67 


2 1 


.57 


j 1.00 


2V2 , 


1.20 


2.10 


J 1 


1.45 


1 2.55 


31 2 


1.90 


1 3.35 


4 ' 

1 


2.30 


4.00 


5 1 


4.25 


7.40 


6 


6.25 


11.00 


8 ' 


15.00 


26.25 


10 


31.00 


54.00 


12 


47.50 


83.00 


14 1 


65.00 


114.00 1 




No. 1007, 5^8^ Elbows 


Size Black Galv. 
Inches Each Each 


1 1 .28 .49 


11/4 .30 1 .52 


II2 I .38 1 .67 


2 1 .57 1.00 


2V2 1.20 2.10 


3 j 1.45 2,55 


4 1 2.30 4.00 


5 4.25 7.40 


6 6.25 11.00 


8 1 15.00 26.25 


10 31.00 ■ 54.00 



Malleable Iron: Mal- 
leable Iron Drainage 
Fittings made from the 
Cast Iron patterns can 
be furnished to order. 
They use the same list 
prices as the Cast Iron, 
but are sold at an ad- 
vance in price; see the 
Crane Discount Sheet 
for prices. 

Dimensions ... .page 222 




i\o. 1009. 90' Elbows 
with 2-inch Heel Outlet 



Size Black Galv. 
Inches - Each Each 



2.90 



5.10 



3.%. 



6. 



/ o 



Pitched }i' per foot. 



) 








1 










90° 


No. 1057 
Street Elbows 


Sire 
Inches 


Black 
Each ' 


Galv. 

Each 


1I4 


.35 


.60 


1^/^ 


1 -40 1 


.70 


1 

^ 


.60 


1.10 




No. 1058 
45" Street Elbows 



Size 
Inches 



Black Galv. 
Each Each 



11 



.35 I 



60 



iVi 



I .40 I .70 



.60 



1.10 



K?^. 



CRANE 



217 




Inlet 



Inlet 




n 



r 



No. 1010 
Three-Way Elbows 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1V4 


.75 1.25 


Wz 


.85 


1.50 


2 


1.10 


1.95 


2V2 


2.25 3.90 1 


3 


3.00 


5.25 


4 


5.00 8.75 


5 7.50 


13.15 


6 13.50 23.50 


ABC 


11/4x0/4x11/2 .95 


1.65 


IVax 11/2x2 1.20 2.10 


3 x3 x4 


5.50 


9.65 


4 x4 xS 


8.25 


14.50 


4 x4 x6 


15.00 


26.25 


5 x5 x6 


The inlets are pitched 
K-inch per foot. 



Cast Iron Drainage Fittings 



No. 1001 
90° Elbows 
Long Turn 




Size 
Inches 


Black 

Each 


Galv. 

Each 




1 


.33 


.57 




11/4 


.35 


.60 




IV2 


.42 


.72 




2 


.65 


1.15 




21/2 


1.40 


2.45 




3 


1.75 


3.10 




3V2 


2.30 


4.05 




4 


2.75 


4.80 




5 


5.25 


9.20 




6 


7.50 


13.15 




8 1 


19.00 


33.25 




10 ( 


38.00 


66.50 




12 


57.50 


100.00 




14 


75.00 


130.00 




1 hp.se e 1 


30WS are 
ich per fc 


pitched 
ot. 





List Prices, Each 




No. 1001 1/2 

90" Elbows 

Extra Long 1 urn 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


IV4 .35 .60 


IV2 .42 


.72 


2 


.65 1.15 


21/2 1.40 


2.45 


3 


1.75 


3.10 


4 2.75 4.80 


These elbows are pitched 
3^-inch per foot. 




No. 1047 

90° Elbows 

Long Turn 

with Clean-out 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


2 1.20 2.10 


3 


3.00 5.25 


4 


5.00 ( 8.75 


5 


7.50 


13.00 


6 10.00 


17.50 


1 hese e bows are pitched 
M-inch per bot. 




No. 1056 

90° Elbows 

Long Turn 

with Clean-out 

and Base 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv, 

Each 


2 


3.00 5.25 


3 


4.50 8.00 


4 


7.00 12.25 


5 


12.00 21.00 


6 18.00 31.50 


These e bows are pitched 
?^-inch per foot. 




No. 1004 
45° Elbows 
Long Turn 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 


.33 


.57 


iy4 


.35 


.60 


11/2 


.42 


.72 


2 


.65 


1.15 


21/2 


1.40 


2.45 


3 


1.75 


3.10 


4 


2.75 


4.80 


5 


5.25 


9.20 


6 


7.50 


13.15 


8 


19.00 


33.25 


10 


38.00 


66.50 


12 


57.50 


100.00 


14 


75.00 


130.00 



Inlet 
B 



V 



No. 1018 
Basin 1 ees 


Size 
Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each Each 


11/4 .60 1.00 


11/2 .70 1.22 


2 


1.10 1.95 


21/2 


1.75 1 3.00 


A B 


11/2 X 11/4 .77 1.35 


2 x 11/2 


1.20 


2.10 


2 x IV4 


The in et is pitched 
^.-^-inch per foot. 






"L 


v^ 





No. 1012 No. 1013 

Closet Elbows 
Prices on application 



Inlet 
C 



B 



No. 1017 
Tees 




Size 

Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each Each 




1 


.4( 


) .70 




11/4 


.45 .80 




IV2 


.55 1.00 




2 


.80 1.40 




2V2 


1.50 2.50 




3 


2.00 3.50 




4 


3.25 


5.70 




5 


6.00 


10.50 




6 


8.75 15.25 




8 


21.00 37.00 




10 


43.00 75.00 




12 


60.00 100.00 




14 


79.00 133.00 




ABC 




II/2XIV2XII/4 


.60 1.10 




2 x2 xiy2 


.90 


1.60 




2 x2 xli/4 




21/2x21/2x2 


1.65 


2.75 




3 x3 x2 


2.20 


3.85 




3 x3 xli/2 




3 x2 x3 


Lse No. 1009 




4 x4 x3 


3.60 


6.30 




4 x4 x2 




4 x2 x4 


Use No. 009 




5 x5 x4 


6.60 


h 

11.55 




5 x5 x3 




5 x5 x2 




6 x6 x2 


9.60 16.75 




S x8 x3 


23.00 40.70 




10 xlO x8 


47.30 


82.50 




10 xlO x6 




12 xl2 xlO 


65.00 


110.00 




12 xl2 x8 




14 xl4 xl2 


85.00 


145.00 




14 xl4 xlO 




14 xl4 x8 




Ihe inlet 
J^-inch p 


s pitched 
)er foot. 





Malleable Iron: Mal- 
leable Iron Drainage 
Fittings made from the 
Cast Iron patterns can 
be furnished to order. 
They use the same list 
trices as the Cast Iron, 
Dut are sold at an ad- 
vance in price; see the 
Crane Discount Sheet 
for prices. 

Dimensions . . .page 222 



¥m% 




1 . . J; 






218 



CRANE 



Cast Iron Drainage Fittings 



B 



I 




I 





List Prices, Each 



^ 



■ 




No. 1020 

90° Y-Branches 

Tee Pattern 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 


.40 


.70 


ABC 


IV4 


.45 


.80 


31/2x31/2x2 


3.20 5.60 


IV2 


.57 


1.00 


4 X 4 x3 


3.85 


6.75 


2 


.85 


1.50 


4 x 4 X 2V2 


21/2 


1.80 


3.15 


4 x4 x2 


3 


2.20 


3.85 


4 x4 XIV2 


3V2 


2.90 


5.10 


4 x4 xli/4 


4 


3.50 


1 6.15 


3 X 3 x4 


5 


6.50 


i 11.35 


5 X 5 X 4 


7.15 


12.50 


6 


9.50 


16.50 


5 X 5 x3 


8 


23.00 


; 40.00 


5 X 5 X 21/2 


10 


47.00 


j 82.00 


5 X 5 X 2 


12 


70.00 


1 124.00 


5 x5 XIV2 


ABC 


6 X 6 X 5 


10.50 


18,50 


IV4X 11/4 X 1 


.50 


.90 


6 x 6 x4 


IV2XIV2XIV4 


.63 


1.10 


6 X 6 x3 


IV2XIV4XIV4 


6x6x2 


IV2XIV2XI 


6 x6 xli/2 


2 X 2 X 1 1/2 


.95 


1.65 


8 X 8 X 6 


25.50 


44,50 


2 x2 X 11/4 


8x8x5 


2 X 11/2 X 2 


8x8 x4 


2 X n'2x 1V2 


8x8 x3 


21/2x21/2x2 


2.00 


3.50 


8 x8 x2 


2y2x 21/2x11/2 


10 xlO x5 


^7 (\(\ 


QQ i\n 


21/2x21/2x11/4 


10 xlO x4 


3L , UU uo . \j\r 


3 X 3 X 2 


2.40 


4,20 


12 xl2 x5 80.00 145.00 


3 x3 xli-2 




3 X 3 X 11/4 


3 X 2 X 3 


TI 


ne inlet 


is pitched 34-''^ch per foot. 



Vent 



Side Inlet 




* Inlet* 





Inlet 



Inlet 



Q 



^ 



B 

Inlet 



No. 1024 
90° Double Y-Branches 
Tee Pattern 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 .60 1.05 


A B 


IV4 


.70 1.22 


21/2 X 2 


3.15 


5.50 


IV2 


.85 1.50 


21/2x11/2 


2 


1.30 2.30 


3 x2 


3.75 


6.55 


2V2 


2.85 5.00 


3 xli/2 


3 


3.40 5.95 


4 x2 


5.75 


10.00 


4 5.25 


9.20 


4 XIV2 


5 


9.50 16.50 


5 x4 

5 X ^ 


10.50 


18.50 


6 


14.00 24.50 


8 


36.00 62.00 


5 x2 


10 60.00 102.00 


5 X IV2 


A B 


6 x5 


15.50 


27.00 


11/4x1 


.77 1 1.35 


6 x4 

6 x2 


IV2 X 11/4 


.95 1.65 


2 X IV2 


1.50 


2.60 


8 x6 
8 x4 


40.00 


68.00 


2 X IV4 . 




8 x3 


1 he inlets are pitched J^-inch per foot. 



Side Inlet 




No. 1054 

With Side Inlet 

on Right Side 



No. 1055 

With Side Inlet 

on Left Side 




No. 1050- 

With N'ent 
on Right Side 



No. 1051 

With Vent 
on Left Side 



No. 1052 

With Side Inlet 
on Right Side 



No. 1053 

With Side Inlet 

on Left Side 



No. 1054 or No. 1055 

90=^ Y-Branches 

with 2-inch 45^ Side Inlet 

(Closet Tees) 


Size 
Inches 


Black 

Each 


Galv. 

Each 


4 6.35 11,00 


A B 


5x4 11.50 20.00 


6x4 17.00 29.50 


Ihe 4-inch in et is pitched 
i^-inch per foot. 



No, 1050 or No* 1051 

90' Y-Branches 

with 2-iiich Vent on Branch 

(Closet Tees) 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


4 


5,75 


10.00 


1 he 4-inch inlet is pitched 
J^-inch per foot. 



No, 1052 or No. 1053 

90° Y-Branches 

with 2-inch Side Inlet 

(Closet Tees) 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
bach 


Galv. 
Each 


4 


5.75 10.00 


ihe 4-inch iniet is pitched 

i.4-inch per foot. 



Malleable Iron: Malleable 
Iron Drainage Fittings made 
from the Cast Iron patterns can 
be furnished to order. They use 
the same list prices as the Cast 
Iron, but are sold at an advance 
in price; see the Crane Discount 
Sheet for prices. 

Dimensions . . page 223 



CRANE 



Cast Iron Drainage Fittings 



219 



B 



I 




List Prices, Each 



No. 1022 

90° Y-Branches 

Long Turn, Tee Pattern 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Kach 


IV4 


.57 


1.00 


IVz 


.70 1.22 


2 1.10 


1.95 


21/2 1 2.40 


4.20 


3 i 3.35 


5.85 


4 6.00 


10.50 


5 


9.50 


16.50 


6 


20.00 35.00 


8 


40.00 


70.00 


10 


55.00 


90.00 


12 


80.00 


140.00 


ABC 


11/4 X IV4X 1 .63 


1.10 


IV2X 11/2x11/4 


.80 


1.40 


IV2XIV2XI 


2 x2 X 11/2 


1.20 


2.10 


2 x2 X 11/4 


2 X 2 X 1 


2 X 1 1/2 X 2 


21/2x21/2x2 


2.65 


4.65 


21/2x21/2x11/2 


21/2x21/2x11/4 


21/2 X 21/2 x 1 


3 X 3 X 21/2 


3.75 


6.55 


3 X 3 X 2 


3 X 3 X 11/2 


4 X 4 X 3 


6.60 


* 

11.55 


4 X 4 X 21/2 


4 X 4 X 2 


4 x4 X 11/2 


3 X 3 X 4 


5 X 5 X 4 


10.50 


18.50 


5 X 5 X 3 


5 X 5 X 2V2 


5 X 5 X 2 


5 X 5 X 11/2 


6 X 6 X 5 


22.00 


38.50 


6 x6 x4 


6 X 6 X 3 


6 x6 x2 


8 x8 X 6 


44.00 


77.00 


8 x8 X 4 


8 x8 x3 


10 X 10 X 8 


60.00 


102.00 


10 X 10 x6 


10 X 10 x 5 


10 xlO x4 


12 xl2 x6 


85.00 


150.00 


12 X 12 x5 


I he inlet is pitched 
J-^-inch per foot. 





No. 1026 

Double 90* Y-Branches 

Long lurn, Tee Pattern 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
hach 


Galv. 
Each 


11/4 1.00 


1.75 


IV2 


1.10 


1.95 


2 


1,75 


3.10 


21/2 3.60 


6.30 


3 


5.00 


8.75 


4 


9.00 


15.75 


5 1 14.00 i 24.50 


6 


30.00 


52.50 


8 


60.00 


105.00 


10 70.00 119.00 


A B 


1 1/4 X I 1.10 


1.90 


IV2XII/4 


1.25 


2.25 


lV2Xl 


2 X 11/2 


1.90 


3.35 


X2 xli/4^ 


21/2 X 2 


4.00 


7.00 


2V2XII/2 


21/2x11/4 


3 x2 


5.50 


9.65 


3 X 11/2 


4 x3 


10.00 


17.50 


4 x2 


4 X 11/2 


5 x4 


15.50 


27.00 


5 x3 


5 X 2 


6 X 5 


33.00 


58.00 


6 X 4 


6 x3 


6 X 2 


8 X 6 


66.00 


116.00 


8 x4 


8 X 3 


10 x8 


77.00 


131.00 


10 X 5 


The in ets are pitched 
^-inch per oot. 



B 

Inlet 



I 



\ 



B 

inlet 





R 


No. 1019 
asin Crosses 


Size 

Inches 


Black 
bach 


Galv. 

Each 


1V4 


1.25 


2.25 


iy2 


1.50 


2.50 


2 




1.75 


3.10 


A B 


2 X 1 1/2 




1.95 


3.40 


The 1 


n ets are pitched 
-inch per not. 




No. 1046 
Partition Crosses 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
bach 


Galv. 
bach 


11/4 ' 1.05 1.85 


A B 


IV2 X 11/4 


1.25 2.20 


2 X IV2 


1.65 


2.90 


2 X 11/4 


Ihp^^e Crosses are convenient fit- 
tings, but their use may not be per- 
mitted in some localities. 

1 he in ets are pitched 

i^-inch per foot. 



tin 





Malleable Iron: Malleable Iron Drainage Fictings 
made from the Cast Iron patterns can be furnished 
to order. They use the same list prices as the Cast 
Iron, but are sold at an advance in price; see the 
Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Dimensions . . .pages 222 and 223 



.1 • 



220 



CRANE 



I 



Cast Iron Drainage Fittings 



B 




List Prices, Each 





I 




No. 1028 
45 V-Branches 


Si-ie 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 

Each 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


1 


.4b 


.80 


ABC 






IV4 


.52 


.90 


4x4 X 2 


4.25 


7.40 


lU 


. 65 


1.15 


4x4 XIV2 


2 


.95 


1,65 


4 X 4 X IV4 


2^2 


2.10 


3 . 70 


5x5 s 4 


7.80 


1 
13.65 

1 


T 

J 


2.65 


4.65 


5x5 X 3 


4 


3.85 


6.75 


5x5 X 2 


5 


7.10 


12.50 


5x5 X 1 1''2 


6 


10.50 


18.50 


6x6 X 5 


11.50 


20.00 


S 


25.00 


44.00 


6x6x4 


10 


52.00 


91.00 


6x6 X 3 


12 


75.00 


130.00 


6x6 X 21 2 


14 


95.00 


165.00 


6x6 X 2 


ABC 


6 X 6 X 11/2 


1^2 ^ 1^2 X n4 




1.25 


S X S X 6 


27.50 


48.00 


: x: xVi 


1.05 


1.85 


5x8 X 5 


2 X 2 X IV4 


8x8x4 


: XP2XII2 


8x8 X 3 


21/2x212x2 


2.30 


4.00 


10 X 10 X 6 


57.00 


97.00 


2i'2 X 2*2 X n. 


10 X 10 X 5 


:i2X 2^2 X IV4 


10 X 10 X 4 


3 X 3 X 2V2 


2.90 


5.10 


12 X 12 X 8 


80.00 


140.00 


3 x3 X : 


12 X 1: X b 


3 X 3 X IV2 


14 X 14 X 12 


105.00 


175.00 


3 X 3 X 1 U 


14 X 14 X 6 


3I2X3I2X 2^2 


o,3S 


6.20 


14 X 14x5 


4 X 4 X 3 


4.25 


7.40 


14 X 14 X 4 


4 x4 x2i2 


14x 14x 3 




No. 1032 
60° Y-Branches 



Si::e 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


11/4 


.52 


.90 


1V2 


.65 


1.15 


^ 


.95 


1.65 


3 


2.65 


4.65 


4 


3.85 


6.75 


5 


7.10 


12.50 


6 


10.50 


18.50 


A B 


2x11/2 


1.05 


1.85 


3x2 


2.90 


5.10 



Size 

Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


A B 


4x3 


4.25 7.40 


4x 2 


5x4 




0x3 
5x2 


7.80 


13.65 


6x5 


1 


6x4 
6x2 


11.50 


20.00 



8 X b 



8x4 



27.50i48.00 





45° 


No. 1030 
3oubIe Y-Branches 




Size 
Inches 


Black 

Each 


Galv. 
Each 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
hach 


W4 


. .90 


1.60 


A B 


1V2 


' 1.00 


1.75 


3x2 


4.40 


7.70 


2 


1.45 


2.55 


3x11^2 


2V2 


3.25 


5.70 


4x3 


6. 35 


11.00 





i 4.00 


7.00 


4x2 


4 


' 5.75 


10.00 


5x4 


11.75 


20.50 


** 

3 


i 10.75 


18.80 


5x3 


6 


16.00 


' 28.00 


5x2 


8 


38.00 


66.50 


6x4 


17.50 


30.50 


10 


78.00 


137.00 


6x3 


12 


110.00 


200.00 


6x2 


A B 


8x6 


42.00 


72.00 


1V2^1V4 


1.10 


1.90 


8x4 


2 XII2 


1.60 


2.80 


10x6 


86.00 


146.00 


21/2x2 


3.60 


6.30 


12x8 


121.00 


215.00 


2V2XIV2 




21/2x11/4 



*No. 1034. Roof Connec- 
tions i illuscrated at the 
right) are designed for use 
on steel or wrot iron vent 
pipes at" the point they pass 
through a roof. They form 
a counterflashing at the top 
edge of the roof flashing 
around the pipe. 




No. 1049 
Special Upright Y-Branches 


Size 
Inches 


i Black Galv. 
Each Each 


Size 
Inches 


Black 1 Galv. 
Each Each 


11^ 


2.55, 4.55 


A B 1 


2 


2 . 65 ' 4 . 65 


2 X 11 2 


2.90 5.10 


3 


( 5.50, 9.75 


2I2 X IV2 


4.50i 7.75 


4 


8.00' 14.00 


2I2 X 2 


5 


12.00121.00 


3 X 2 


6.0010.50 




4 X 2 


8.75115.25 


6 x4 


22.00 38.50 




*No. 1034 
Roof Connections 



Size Black Galv. 
Inches Each Each 



IV2 1.10 1.90 



1.15 i 2.00 



1.20 2.10 



1.50 f 2.60 



2.00 3.50 



4.25 7.40 



These rool connec- 
tions have straight 

threads. 



Malleable Iron : 

Malleable Iron 
Drainage Fittings 
made from the 
Cast Iron pat- 
terns can be fur- 
nished to order. 
They use the same 
list prices as the 
Cast Iron, but are 
sold at an advance 
in price; see the 
Crane Discount 
Sheet for prices. 



Di 



imensions ... 

page 223 



41 



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221 



Cast Iron Drainage Fittings 



Inlet 



Vent 



List Prices, Each 



^..Jr^ 



Va-^! 





Clean-Out 



Outlet 



Clean-Out 



No. 1036 
S Traps 


Size 

Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 

Each 


2 1 4.00 7.00 


3 


9.25 16.00 


4 


14.00 24.00 


5 


21.00 37.00 


6 


36.00 63.00 



Inlet 




Outlet 



No. 1037 
Half S Traps 


Size • Black 
Inches Each 


Galv. 
Each 


IV4 1.55 


2.70 


IV2 1.70 3.00 


2 2.20 


3.85 


3 5.00 


8.75 


4 10.00 17.50 


5 21.50 


37.50 


6 32.50 57.00 


8 1 55.00; 95.00 


10 '100.00 175.00 


1 he outlet is pitched 
3^-inch per foot. 



Vent 



\'ent 



Clean-Out 



Inlet 



No. 1059 
P Traps 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


IV4 1.45 


2.55 


IV2 1.55 


2.70 


^ 2.00 


3.50 


3 4.70 


8.25 


4 9.50 16.60 


Ihe outlet is pitched 
J^-inch per foot. 



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Outlet 




Clean-Out 




Outlet 



No. 10591/2 
Bath P Trap 


Size 

Inches 


Black 

Each 


Galv. 
Each 


iy2 1.30 2.30 


2 1.85 3.25 


The outlet is pitched 
K-inch per foot. 



No. 1038 
Running Traps 


Size Black 
Inches Each 


Galv. 
Each 


IV4 2.40 4.20 


IV2 2.70 4.70 


2 3.30 5.75 


3 1 5.50 9.50 


4 9.75 17.00 


5 24.50 43.00 


6 33.50 58.50 


8 65.00 115.00 


10 : 115.00 200.00 


12 180.00 300.00 


14 300.00 500.00 


' 'he inlet and outlet are 
pitched j^4-inch per loot. 



No. 1033 
Increasers 


Size 
Inches 


R ack 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


2 X 11/2 


1.75i 3.00 


21/2 X 2 


2.00 3.50 


3 X 21/2 


2.50 


4.40 


3 x2 


3 xV/i 


31/2 X 3 


3.20 


5.60 


4 x3y2 


3.75 


6.55 


4 x3 


4 X 2 


5 x4 


5.50 


9.65 


5 x3 


5 X 2 


6 x5 


6.50 


11.35 


6 x4 


8 x6 , 


15.00 26.25 


8x4 


10 x8 


20.00 


35.00 


12 xlO 


40.00'70.00 




No. 1048 
Tucker Connections 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


11/4 .50 .90 


iy2 


.55 1.00 


*2 1 .80 


1.40 


3 1 2.00 3.50 


4 1 3.25 5.70 


5 6.00 10.50 


6 8.75 15.25 


Sizes 4-inch and larger 
aresupp iedwitha loose 
ring (not i lustrated). 


*The 2-inch size only is 
made of mal eab e iron , 
it wi fit within a 4-inch 
wall. 




No. 1039 
Offsets 


Size 
Inches 


Black 
Each 


Galv. 
Each 


2x4 2.15 : 3.75 


2x6 


2.40 4.20 


2x8 2.60 4.55 


2x 10 


2.85 5.00 


3x4 


Z.ZS 5 . 85 


3x6 


4.00 ) 7.00 


3x8 4.75 ' 8.30 


3 X 10 


5.50 ' 9.65 


4x4 


5.00 


8.75 


4x6 


5.75 '10.00 


4x8 6.50 11.35 


4x10 7.50 


13.15 


4x 12 8.50 15.00 


5x6 9.00 15.75 


5x8 10.00 


17.50 


5 X 10 


11.00 


19.25 


5 X 12 


12.00 


21.00 


6x6 12.50 22.00 


6x8 


13.50 


23.50 


6x 10 


14.50 25.50 


6x 12 


15.50 


27.00 




No. 1070 
Couplings 


Size 
Inches 


Black Galv. 
Each Each 


11/4 


.70 1.25 


iy2 


.80 1.40 


2 


.90 1.60 


^V^ 


1.20 2.10 


3 


1.50 ! 2.60 


4 


2.50 4.40 


5 


4.00 7.00 


6 


6.00 10.50 


8 


10.00 117.50 


10 


14.00 24.50 


12 


22.00 138.50 



Dimensions 
pages 222 and 223 



Malleable Iron: Malleable Iron Drainage Fittings made 
from the Cast Iron patterns can be furnished to order. They 
use the same list prices as the Cast Iron, but are sold at an 
advance in price; see the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 



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Cast Iron Drainage Fittings 

Dimensions, in Inches 







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A 



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B 



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No. 1020 

90° Y-Branch 

Tee Pattern 



tn 



No. 1024 

90^ Double 

Y-Branch 

Tee Pattern 





B 



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T 

A 



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No. 1050 or 

No. 1051 

90° Y-Branches 

with 2-inch 

Vent on Branch 

(Closet Tees) 



>— A-^ 



No. 1052 or 
No. 1053 

90° Y-Branches 

with 2-inch 

Side Inlet 

(Closet Tees) 



=f 




No. 1054 or 
No. 1055 

90' Y-Branches 

with 2-inch 

45= Side Inlet 

(Closet Tees) 



No. 1022 

90° Y-Branch 

Long Turn 

Tee Pattern 




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No. 1026 

Double 90° Y-Branch 

Long Turn 

Tee Pattern, 



No. 1028 
45° Y-Branch 



No. 1030 

45° Double Y-Branch 



K 



No. 1032 
60° Y-Branch 



Dimensions apply to straight sizes only ; dimen- 
sions of reducing sizes furnished on requesc. 




No. 1049 

Special Upright 
Y-Branch 



Size 


A 


B 


E 


F 


G 


H 


J K L 


M 


N 


P 


R 


1 


l^Vie 31/4 








23/4 4Vl6 1 i 










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21/4 33/4 35/8 


43/4 


13/16 


31/4 5 25/i6 43/16 


1V2 


21/2 41/4 41/8 


53/8 11/4 3% 51/2 2% 4% 511/16 2% 




2 


3ViG 53/ig 57/,g ^i/^g 15/8 45/ig 67/16 31/4 51/2 : 7 31/4 


8V4 6V4 


2V2 


311/16 6V16 6I/4 


- 8I/4 2 53/8 77/8 1 1 


3 41/4 71/4 


71/2 


913/16 


2V,6 63/16 


9 43/4 73/4 9II/16 45/8 103/4 8I/16 


31/2 411/16 8 


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4 5Vi6 83/4 9% 133/4, 27/8 


71V16 


107/8 53/4 93/8 1 113/4 513/16 141/8 10% 


5 bVg 105/ie 121/4 153/4 31/2 


93/iG 1215/16 63/4 lll/g 133/4 7 163/4 129/16 


6 71/8 II15/16 14Vi6 IS^Vie 4% 103/4 143/4 77/8 13 1 201/4 ISS/g 


8 9 ISV16 I95/16 249/16 51/4 


I39/16 1813/16 






10 


113/8 20 243/ie 305^ 6I/2 161/8 20 j 




12 


133/4 241/4 285/8 36 73/4 19% 241/4 \ 






14 


211/2 28 


1 

1 
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Size 


S 


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V 


W 


X 


Y 


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a 


b 


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12 


17 91/2 245/8 417/8 3 i 6 


14 


181/2 101/2 271/2 1 45 1 


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g— Size of Vent 




f— Size of Clean-Out 
No- 1036, S Trap 



g^Size of Vent 




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f— Size of Clean-Out 

No. 1037 
Half S Trap 

g— Size of Vent 




f— Size 'of Clean-Out 

No. 1038 
Running Trap 




f— Size of Clean-Out 
No. 1059, P Trap 




No. 10591/2 

Bath P Trap 



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Crane-Hulbert Drainage Fittings 
signed to facilitate the installat 
double batteries of wall closets. 
combination of many features tc 
need in the simplest and most effic 

In these fittings, the inlet openir 
progressively different distances al 
the lateral drain line, thus enabli 
to be properly pitched in keepin 
practices. All of the closets in ; 
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Iron and Steel 



Bushings, Plugs, Couplings, Nipples, Etc. 



Iron Bushings page ^^t 

Steel Bushings ; page 2^7 

Iron Plugs page ^^g 

u t^r "v P^g^ ^^S 

Wrought Couphngs page 22q 

Wrought Steel Nipples pages 230 and 23 1 

Long Screws page 232 

haced Couplings and Locknuts page 232 

Small Pipe Bends page 232 

Single Strap and Double Strap Clamps page 233 



The fittings mentioned above have been grouped together in 
this section of the catalog because they are used generally 
with Malleable Iron, Cast Iron, or Steel fittings. 



For greater convenience, the following fittings are shown 
with related products in other sections of this catalog: 

Hydrant Clamps page 8q 

Wood Rod Couplings page 8q 

Street Washer Keys page So 

Hydrant Handles page Sq 

Brass Couplings and Locknuts page 256 

Brass Bushings, Plugs, and Nipples, .pages 258 and 259 

Malleable Iron Couplings pages 185 and jqo 

A.A.R. Malleable Iron Couplings page 193 

Forged Steel Couplings pages 3 3q and 340 



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Outside Hexagon 



Inside Hexagon 



Face 



Eccentric 



Double Tapped 



Note: Face Bushings in sizes ^i^-inch and smaller do not have tugs (not illustrated) . 



List Prices, Each 



Size 


Inches 


'A 


% 


1'2 


V4 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


2V2 


3 31/2 4 5 6 


8 10 12 


Hexagon 


Black 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.05 


.06 


.07 


.09 


.14 


.21 


.30 .40 .50 .93 1.25 


2.75 3.75 5.00 


Galv. 


.08 


.08 


.08 


.10 


.12 


.14 


.18 


.28 


.42 


.60 .80 1.00 1.85 2.50 


5.50 7.50 10.00 


Face 


Black 


.08 


.08 


.09 


.11 


.13 


.17 


.22 


.32 


.48 


.70 1.20 1.50 2.60 3.75 


9.00il4.00 20.00 


Galv. 


.12 


.12 


.14 


.17 


.20 


.25 


.33 


.48 


.72 


1.05|1.80 2.25 3.90 5.60 


13.50 21.00 30.00 


Eccentric 


Black 












.22 


.25 


.27 


.42 


.60 .80 I. 00 1.85 2.50 


Prices 


Galv. 










.44 


.50 


.54 


.84 


1.20 1.60 2.00 3.70 5.00 


on application 


Double Tapped 


Black 
















.50 


.70 


1.00 1.25 2.40 4.00 




Galv. 
















1.00 


1.40 


2.00 2.50 4.80 8.00 


1 



1 



I y 



I 



'^llfi 



bl 
1 
a 1 
a 1 
a 1 



X 1/2 
x% 

X V4 

X Vs 




blV* 

iy4 

aiy4 

alV4 
a 11/4 



X 1 

X V2 

x% 

xl/4 



List prices sho\\'n above apply only to stock items. A tabulation of 
the sizes carried in stock and the materials from which thev are 
made — cast iron, malleable iron, or steel ~ is shown in the table 
below. Other sires or materials are special; prices on application. 



Bushings Carried in Stock 



Hexagon 



Face 



Eccentric 



Double Tapped 



bV4 


X Vs 


b% 

b% 


X V4 
X Vs 


bV2 

bV2 
bV2 


x% 

XV4 

xVa 


b3/4 

¥4 
3/4 


X V2 
x% 

X V4 

X Vs 



b IV2 X 

IV2X 

a IV2X 

a 11/2 X 
a V/2X 
a VAX 



IV4 
1 

V4 
Vz 

V4 



b 

a 
a 

a 
a 
a 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



X 
X 
X 
X 

X 
X 

X 



1V2 
1V4 

1 

V4 
V2 

V4 



b 2V2 X 
a 21/2 X 
a 2y2 X 
a 2V2 X 

a 2V2 X 

a 2V2 X 



2 

IV2 

IV4 
1 

3/4 
V2 



a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



2 

1V2 
1V4 

1 



Va 



V: 



3V2 

a 3V2 
a3V2 
a3V2 
3V2 

3V2 

a 31 ', 



a 

a 



x3 

x2V2 
X 2 

XIV2 

XIV4 

X 1 

x3/4 



a 
a 

a 
a 
a 
a 
a 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



x3V2 
x3 

x2V2 
x2 

XIV2 
XIV4 

X 1 

x3/4 

X V2 



a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



x5 
X 4 
x3V2 
x3 
x2V2 
X 2 

XIV2 
XIV4 

X 1 



a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 



5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



x4 

x3V2 
x3 

x2V2 
X 2 

XIV2 
XIV4 
X 1 



a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



x6 
x5 
x4 

x3 

x2V2 

x2 





10 


x8 


a 


10 


x6 


a 


10 


x5 


a 


10 


x4 



12 
a 12 
a 12 



X 10 

x8 

x6 



c V4 


X Vs 


c % 


X V4 


c % 


X Vs 


c V2 


x3/s 


c V2 


X V4 


c V2 


xVs 


c V4 


xV? 


c 3/4 


x3/r 


c 3/4 


X V4 


b 1 


x3/4 


b 1 


X V? 


bl 


X 3/r 


b 1 


X V4 


blV4 


X 1 


blV4 


x3/4 


blV4 


XV2 


blV2 


XIV4 


blV2 


X 1 


blV2 


x3/4 


blV2 


X V2 



b 2V2 X 2 
b 2V2 X IV2 
b 2V2XIV4 



b2 
b2 
b2 
b2 



XIV2 

XIV4 
X 1 



y4 



b 


3 


x2V2 


b 


3 


X 2 


b 


3 


XIV2 


b 


3V? 


X 3 


b 


3V2 


x2V2 


b 


3y2 


x2 


b 


4 


x3V2 


b 


4 


x3 


D 


4 


x2y2 




4 


x2 


b 


5 


x4 




5 


x3 


b 


6 


X 5 




6 


x4 




6 


x3 


b 


8 


x6 


blO 


x8 



bl2 X 10 



a — Indicates sizes made with inside hexagon; other sizes have outside hexagon. 
b — Indicates sizes made of malleable iron. 

c — Indicates sizes made of steel; these do not have lugs (not illustrated). 
Sizes not indicated by ^'b" or "c" are made of cast iron. 



1V4 


x3/4 


1V4 


X V2 


1V2 


x3/4 


iy2 


X V2 


2 


XIV4 


2 


X 1 


2 


x3/4 


2 


XV2 



2y2XlV2 

2y2xiv4 
2y2 X 1 

2V2 X 3/4 
2y2 X Vr 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



X 
X 
X 



2 

IV2 
IV4 

1 

V4 



3y2 X 2y2 
3y2 X 2 

3y2 X n/z 

3y2 X ly* 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



x3 

x2y2 

X 2 

xiy2 
XIV4 

X 1 



5 

5 
5 
5 
5 



X 4 

x3V2 
X 3 

x2V2 
X 2 



6 
6 
6 
6 



X 4 
X 3 

x2Vz 
X 2 



b2 xlVzxlVz 

2 xiy4xiy4 

2x1x1 

2 x3/4 x3/4 

2 xVz xVz 



b2y2 

2y2 



x2 

X1V2 



x2 
XIV2 



3 
3 
3 
3 



x2 
XIV2 

xiy4 

xl 



x2 
XIV2 

XIV4 
xl 



3y2 

3V2 

3y2 
3y2 

3V2 

3V2 



x3 

x2y2 

x2 

xlVs 

xiy* 

xl 



x3 

x2V2 
x2 

xlVa 

XIV4 
xl 



4 


x3 x3 


4 


X2V2X2V2 


4 


x2 x2 


4 


xlVzxlVz 



6 x4 x4 



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Double Tapped Bushings : Double Tapped Bush- 
ings are used to reduce threaded tank openings to 
suction pipe sizes. They permit the passage of a 



foot valve or strainer through the tank opening, and 
then close the opening down to suction pipe size. All 
sizes are recessed between the tappings. 



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No. 326 D 

Hexagon Bushing 



No. 327 D 
Face Bushing 



No. 347 D 

Hexagon Bushing 
Long Pattern 



List Prices 



Size 
Inches 


No. 326 D 

Hexagon 

Each 


No. 327 D 
Face 
Each 


No. 347 

Hexagon 

Each 


Size 
Inches 


No. 326 D 

Hexagon 

Each 


No. 327 D 
Face 
Each 


No. 347 D 

Hexagon 

Each 


Va xVs 


.45 


Use 

Regu ar 

Face 

Bushings 

shown 

on page 

226. 




3 X 21/2 


8.00 5.00 


17.75 


% XV4 


.45 


.50 


3 x2 8.00 


5.00 




% xVs 


.45 




3 xiy2 7.25 


5.00 




VZ x3/8 


.45 


.65 


3 XIV4 7.25 




V2 ^1/4 


.45 




3 xl 7.25 






Vi xVs 


.45 




3 x34 7.25 




¥4 XV2 


.45 


.90 


3 xi/2 ! 7.25 






^4 X% 


.45 




31/2x3 9.00 


6.00 


24.50 


3/4 XV4 


.45 . 




3y2x2V2 9.00 6.00 1 


^4 xVs 


.45 






3V2x2 9.00 


6.00 


1 x3/4 


.50 .60 


1.25 


31/2 xiy2 8.25 






1 xV2 


.50 


.60 




31/2 XIV4 1 8.25 




1 x% 


.50 .60 




31/2x1 8.25 






1 XV4 


.50 


.60 


31/2x34 8.25 


1 xVs 


.50 






4 x3y2 10.50 


7.50 1 30.50 


IV4XI 


.66 


.75 


1.90 


4 x3 1 10.50 


7.50 




1V4X3/4 


.66 .75 




4 x2V2 1 10.50 


7.50 




iV4xy2 


.66 


.75 ! 


4 x2 i 10.50 


7.50 


11/4x3/8 


.66 


1 


4 xli/2 9.50 




IV4XV4 


.66 


4 xiy4 9.50 




11/2X11/4 


.83 


.95 2.75 


4 xl 9.50 




IV2XI 


.83 


.95 


4 x3/4 9.50 




1V2?V4 


.83 


.95 


4 xi/2 9.50 




iy2XV2 


.83 .95 


5 x4 12.50 


8.75 


1V2X3/8 


.83 


5 X31/2 ; 12.50 




IV2XV4 


.83 ! 


5 x3 12.50 


8.75 • 


2 XIV2 


1.32 1.50 I 6.75 


5 x2V2 12.50 




2 xiy4 1.32 1.50 


5 x2 12.50 




2 xl 1.32 1.50 


5 xli/2 12.50 


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2 x34 1.20 1.50 


5 x 11/4 12.50 




2 X 1/2 1-20 


5 xl 12.50 




2 x3/8 1-20 


6 x5 20.00 


10.00 


2 X 14 1 . 20 


6 x4 20.00 


10.00 


21/2x2 5.00 2.00 15.30 


6 x3V2 20.00 


10.00 


21/2x11/2 5.00 2.00 


6 x3 20.00 


10.00 


2y2xlV4 4.50 2.00 


6 x2i/2 20.00 




21/2x1 4.50 


6 x2 20.00 


1 


2y2x34 4.50 


6 xiy2 20.00 




2V2xy2 4.50 


6 XIV4 20.00 


6 xl 20.00 





Working Pressures 

(Sceam, Water, Oil, 
Oil Vapor, Gas, or Air) 



Temper^ 


Pounds, Non-Shock 


ature 


No, 326 D 

(Reduc- 
ing two 
or more 
sizes) 






No. 327 D 






No. 347 D 


No. 347 D 


Degrees 
Fahr. 


(3-inch 

and 

arger) 


(214-inch 

and 
sma er) 



100 


6000 


9000 


150 


5700 


8550 


200 


5400 


8100 


250 


5100 


7650 


300 


4800 


7200 


350 


4500 


6750 


400 


4200 


6300 


450 


3900 


5850 


500 


3600 


5400 


550 


3360 


5040 


600 


3120 


4680 


650 


2880 


4320 


700 


2640 


3960 


750 


2400 


3600 


800 


2200 


3300 


850 


2000 


3000 


900 


1800 


2700 


950 


1590 


2385 


1000 


1140 


1710 






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The No. 347 D are long pattern hexagon bushings, 
especially designed for one size reductions. They 
'have heavy metal sections and will easily withstand 



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the severe and high-pressure services for which 
regular hexagon bushings reduced one size are not 
entirely satisfactory. 



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Iron Plugs 









Square Head 



Square Head 

Tapped 3^-inch 

for Air Cock 



Solid 
(Square Head) 



Countersunk 



Bar Plug 
(Solid) 



Barrel Plug 



List Prices, Each 



Size Inches Vs V4 % V2 ^A 1 IV4 IV2 2 2V2 3 31/2 4 5 6 8 10 12 




Right Hand 


Black .02 .02 .02 .02 .03 .04 .05 .07 .10 .18 .25 .38 .42 .88 1.20 2.75 3.75 5*00 




Galv. .04 .04 .04 ,04 .06 .08 .10 .14 .20 .36 .50 .76 .84 1.75 2.40 5.50 7,50 10.00 


Square 


Left Hand 


Black .04 .06 .08 .09 .11 .15 .27 .38 


Head 


Galv. .08 .12 .16 .18 .22 .30 .54 .76 | 




Tapped Vg-inch 
for Air Cock 


Black .12 .15 .20 .25 .30 [ 1 




Galv. .24 .30 .40 .50 .60 | j 


Solid, Right Hand 


Black |.02 .02 .02 .04 .06 .08 .09:. 11 .15 .27 .38| .57 .63 1.35 


Galv. .04 .04 .04 .08 .12 .16 .18 .22 .30 .54 .76 1.14 1.26 2.70 


Countersunk, Right Hand 


Black .04 .04 .04 .06 .08 .09 .11 .15 .30 .40 .92 1.10 2.00 3.50 


Galv. .08 .08 .08 .12 .16 .18 .22 .30 .60 .80 1.84 2.20 4.00 7.00 


Rar Plugs, Right Hand 


Black .63 1.35 1.80 4.15 5.75 7.50 


Galv. 1 1.26 2.70 3.60 8.30 11.50 15.00 


n^i^^ol pi d:^u* 1-J^«^ 


Black .25 .35 .45 


oarrei r^ 


Jiu*ga, ix-igiiL J. xcxi i\j 


Galv. '.50 .70 .90| 



Service suggestions: Square Head and Counter- 
sunk Plugs are generally used with: 

Standard Cast or Malleable Iron Fittings 

Solid Plugs and Bar Plugs are generally used with: 

175-Pound Cast Iron Fittings 
Z50-Pound Cast Iron Fittings 
300-Pound Malleable Iron Fittings 
Heavy Malleable Iron Fittings 
Hydraulic Malleable Iron Fittings 

American Standard: All iron plugs (except the 
Barrel Plug) conform to the American Standard for 
Pipe Plugs (Bi6e-z-i936). 



Materials: These plugs, illustrated and priced 
above, are made of the materials indicated in the 
following table : 



Style Steel Malleable Cast Iron 


Square Head Vs, V4, %" H" and larger 


Solid i/g, 1/4, 3/8" 3^" and larger 


Countersunk Vi" %tolV4" IV2" and larger 


Bar All sizes 


Barrel All sizes 



Note: Square Head Plugs sizes J^-inch and larger 
are cored, as illustrated. }/g, }/i, and S/g-inch sizes 
are solid, being the same as the Solid Plugs. 



Steel Plugs 



Working Pressures (Steam, Water, Oil, Oil Vapor. Gas. or Air) 





No. 320 D 
Square Head 
3000-Pound 



Temperature 


Pounds, Non-Shock 


Temperat\ire 
Degrees 


Pounds, Non-Shock 


Degrees 










Fahr. 


No. 320 D 


No. 321 D 


Fahr. 


No. 320 D 


No. 321 D 








550 


1680 


5040 


100 


3000 


9000 


600 


1560 


4680 


150 


2850 


8550 


650 


1440 


4320 


200 


2700 


8100 


700 


1320 


3960 


250 


2550 


t' 7650 


750 


1200 


3600 


300 


2400 


7200 


800 


1100 


3300 


350 


2250 


6750 


850 


1000 


3000 


400 


2100 


6300 


900 


900 


2700 


450 


1950 


5850 


950 


795 


2385 


500 


1800 


5400 


1000 


570 


1710 




No. 321 D 

Hexagon Head 
9000-Pound 



List Prices 



Si^e Inches Vg V* % 1/2 3/4 1 IV4 IV2 2 21/2 3 3^/2 4 


No. 320 D, 3000-Pound Each *See Sote .25 .30 .35 .50 .75 1.50 3.00 [ 5.00 5.75 6.50 


No. 321 D, 9000-Pound Each .25 .25 .25 .30 .40 .55 .85 1.65 3.30 5.50 



^Note: Use Y^, M. and 3^-inch Square Head or Solid Plugs listed above; they are made of steel. 



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Wrought Couplings 




'AC,^<^\-. ->--^ . ,-_^-*vs^,*»*-v-'''^ 






Standard 



Coupling 
With Plain Ends 

Extra Heavy 

XX Hydraulic 

Car Heater 



Coupling 
With Recessed Ends 

Extra Heavy 
XX Hydraulic 



Half Coupling 
With Plain End 

Extra Heavy 



List Prices, Standard 



Size Inches Vr Vd Va V7 Vd 1 Wa IV2 2 IVz 3 31/2 4 


Right Hand 


Black Each .05 .05 .06 .07 .10 .13 .17 .21 .28 .40 .60 .80 1.00 


Galv. Each .06 .06 .08 .10 .13 .18 .25 .32 .40 .55 .80 1.05 1.40 


Right andLeft Black Each .07 .08 .11 .15 .20 -25 .30 .50 .85 1.2U l.bU i.UU 



Sizes 5 to 12-inch can be furnished to order. Prices on application 



List Prices, Extra Heavy, XX Hydraulic, and Half Couplings 



Size Inches Vr Va % V2 Va. 1 IV4 IVz ! 2 '^Vi ^ ^'/z 4 




Plain Ends 


R.H. 


Black Each .12 .12 .14 .14 .20 .26 .34 .42 .56 ,8U 1.2U 1 .t>U Z.UU 




Galv. Each .17 .17 .20 .20 .25 ,32 .42 .55 .75 1.05|1.5U 1 .90 3.UU 


Extra Heavy 


R. &L. 


Black Each .20 .30 .40 .45 .55 .70 | 




Recessed Ends 


R. H. 


Black Each .22!. 22 -25 .25 .30 .35 .45 .55 .70 .95 1.40|I .85 2.25 




Galv. Each .27 .27 .30 .30 .35 .40 .55 .70 .901.201.702.153.25 


XX Hydraulic 


Plain Ends R. H . Black Each - 40 .55 .70 . 85 ! 1 . 1 5 1 . 60 


Recessed Ends R. H. Black Each .50 .65 .85 1 . 00 1 . 30 1 . 85 


Half Coupling, Plain End f:. H. Black Each .08 .12 .16 .20 .25 .34 .48 .72 .96 1.20 



List Prices, Car Heater 



Size 




Inches 


V2 


^4 


1 


*1V4 


IV2 


2 




Black 


Each 


.14 


.20 


.26 


.34 


.42 


.56 


Right Hand 


Galv. 


Each 


.20 


.25 


.32 


.42 


.55 


.75 


Right and Left 


Black 


EachI 


.20 


.30 


.40 


.45 


.55 


.70 



•Special short pattern. 



Standard Seamless Steel Couplings: Standard 
Seamless Steel Couplings can be furnished to order. 
Prices on application. 

Seamless Steel Line Pipe Couplings : Seamless 
Steel Line Pipe Couplings can be furnished to 
order. Prices on application. 



Casing Couplings: Couplings for \Ierchant Casing 
for Water Wells and Irrigation purposes can be 
furnished to order. Prices on application. 

Couplings for Large O.D. Pipe: Couplings for 
Large O.D. Pipe can be furnished to order. Prices 
on application. 




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Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 


Vs 


V4 


3/8 


V2 


V4 


1 


IV4 


11/2 


2 


21/2 


3 31/2 


4 




*Standard 


.594 


*750 


.906 


1.063 


1.297 


1.563 


1.969 


2.234 


2.719 


3.313 


3.938 4.531 


5.000 




Extra Heavy 


.59 


.75 


.95 


1.13 


1.44 


1.70 


2.07 


2.31 


2.81 


3.31 


4.00 4.63 


5.13 


(Jutside 

Diameter 


XX Hydraulic 






1.66 


1.90 


2.22 


2.44 


3.19 


3.62 


\ 


' 


Car Heater 




\ 


1.13 


1.44 


1.70 


2.07 


2.31 


2.81 






Half 


1.13 


1.44 


1.70 


2.07 


2.31 


2.81 


3.31 


4.00 4.63 


5.13 




*Standard 


ys 


\ 


IVs 


1% 


11/2 


IV4 


21/8 


2Vl6 


2Vl6 


278 


31/16 3Vi6 


3yi6 




Extra Heavy 


1V8 


lya 


1% 


IVs 


21/8 


2% 


278 


iVs 


31/8 


31/2 


31V16 41/4 


4V4 


Length 


XX Hydraulic 






2^16 


2% 


lV% 


31/8 


3% 


3% 


1 




Car Heater 






IVs 


21/8 


2% 


21/8 


27/8 


31/8 








Half 




1 




2732 


1 


IV32 


iVb 


iVs 


IV2 


HVie 


13/4 2V,6 


2Vi6 



*Dimensions of Standard Couplings, sizes 5 to 12-inch, will be furnished on request. 




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Black Wrought Steel Nipples 







Close Nipple Short Nipple 



Long Nipple 



Tank Nipple 



Black Right Hand Nipples 



Tank Nipples are 6 inches 
long and use the list prices 
of the 6'inch length. They 
have a Standard Taper Pipe 
Thread on one end; the other 
end has a Standard Taper 
Pipe Thread running into an 
American Standard Locknizt 
Thread for a total thread 
length of 4 inches. 





Length 
Inches 


1 List Prices, Each 


Size 
Inches 


Close 


Short 


Long 


Close Short 


2 21/2! 3 31/2 4 41/2 5 51/2 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 


Vs 


3/4 IV2 -05 i .06 


.07 .08 .08 .09 .09 .10 .11 .12; .13 .14 .15 .16 .17 .18 .20 


Va 


Vs W2 


.05 


.06 


.07 ,08 .08 .09 .09 .10 .11 .12 .13 .14 .15 .16 .17 .18 ,20 


3/8 


I IV2 


.05 


.06 .07 .08 .08 .09 .09 .10 .11 .12 .13) .14 .15 .16 .17 .18 .20 


Vi 


IVa IV2 


.06 


.07 .08 .09 .09 .10 .10 .11 .12| .13 .14 .15 .17 .19 .21 .23 .25 


V4 


1% 2 


.08 


.09 ,10 .11 .12 .13 .14 .15 .161 .17 .19 .21 .23 .25 .27 .29 


1 


IV2 2 .10 


.11 


.13 .14 .15 .16 .17 .18 .19 .20| .24 .27 .30 .32 .35 .38 


IVa 


1% 2V2 


.13 .15 .16 .18 .20 .22 .241 .26 .28 -32 .36 .40 .44 .48 ,52 

1 


1V2 


13/4 2V2 


.16 


.18 


.20 .22 .25 .27 .29| .31 .34 .38 .43 .47 .52 .56 .60 


2 2 21/2 i' .21 


.24 


.28 .31 .34 .37 .40 .44 .48! -53 .59 .66 .78 .80 .87 


2V2 


21/2 3 


.39 ! .45 ' ' ' .58 .63 .68) .73 .78 .85 .94 1.03 1.12 1.22 1.31 1.40 


3 


25/8 


.54 


.59 


.65 .73 .81 .89 .96 1.04 1.19 1.34 1.50 1.65 1.80 1.95 


31/2 


23/4 4 ! .72 


.98 1.06(1.14 1.21 1.29 1.45 1.61 1.76 1.92 2.08 2.24 


4 27/8 4 


.92 


1.12 


11.28 1.38 1.48 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.20 2.40 2.60 2.80 


5 


3 41/2 ! 


1.60 


2.00 , 2.05 2.17 2.2912.61 2.91 3.15 3.39 3.64 3.88 


6 


378 41/2 ' 2.00 2.45 1 12.58 2.73 2.90 3.36 3.68 4.08 4.31 4.60 4,94 


8 31/2 5 


4.30 4.87 5.00 5.44 5.71 6.10 6.48 6.85 7.25 7.65 


10 378 5 5.88 6.50 8.00 8.55 9.10 9.65 10.20 


12 41/2 6 7.40 8.70 1 [10.00 10.90 11.80 12.70 13.60 



Crane Nipples are of unusualh" high quality and 
have accurately cut threads. They are made of new. 
full weight, mill tested pipe. 

Standard: The list prices given abo\-e apply to 
wrought steel close, short, and long nipples, and to 
tank nipples, made from Standard Weight Pipe. 

Extra Strong: For list prices of black nipples made 
from Extra Strong Pipe, double the list prices of 
Standard black nipples. 

Double Extra Strong: For list prices of black 
nipples made from Double Extra Strong Pipe, 
tiply the list prices of Standard black nipples 



mu 



by four. 



Nipples made from Copper Bearing 



Seamless nipples: Standard or Extra Strong 
Seamless Steel Nipples use the same list prices as 
Standard or Extra Strong nipples made from welded 
steel pipe, but are sold at an advance in price. See 
the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Butt nipples: For net prices of butt nipples, add 
%o per cent to the net prices of short nipples. 

Lengths not listed: For lengths not listed (under 
12 inches), use the list price given in the above table 
for the next longer length. ., 

Lengths over 12 inches: For list prices of lengths 
over I z inches and up to 24 inches, add the list prices 
of the two nearest equal lengths. 

Pipe — see the Crane Discount Sheet, 



Black Right and Left Nipples 




Size 
Inches 


. Length 
Inches 


List Prices, Each 


Close 


Short 


Long 


Close Short 


2 2V2 3 31/2 4 41/2 5 51/2 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 


Vs 


3/4 1 V2 


.07 


.08 


.10 .11 .11 .12 .12 .13 .15 .16 .17 .19 .20 .21 .23 .24 .26 


Va 


Vs 1 Vz 


.07 .08 


.10 .11 .11 .12 .12 .13 


.15 .16 .17 .19 .20 .21 .23 .24 .26 


Vs 


1 1V2 ! 


.07 


.08 


.10 .11 .11 .12 .12 .13 .15 .16 .17 .19 .20 .21 .23 .24 .26 


1/2 1 Vs 1 Vz 


.08 


.10 


.11 .12 .12 .13 .13 .15 


.16 .17 .19 .20 .23 .25 .28 .30 .33 


3/4 


1% 2 


.11 .12 


.13 .15 .16 .17 .19 


.20 .21 .23 .25 .28 .30 .33 .36 .38 


1 


IV2 2 


.13 


.15 


.17 .19 .20 .21 .23 


.24 .25 .26 .32 .36 .39 .42 .46 .50 


1V4 


1% 2V2 


.17 .20 


.21 .24 ,26 .29 .32 .34 .37 .42 .47 .52 .58 .63 .68 


1V2 


13/4 2yz ! .21 .24 


I -26 .29 .33 .36 .38 .41 .45 .50 .56 .62 .68) .73 .78 


2 


2 2Vz 


.28 


.32 


.37 .41 .45 .49 .52 .58 .63 .69 .77 .86 .95 1.04 1.14 


2V2 


21/2 3 


.51 .59 


.76 .82 .89 .95 1.02 1.11 1.23 1.34 1.46il.59 1.71 1.82 


3 


2% 3 


.71 .77 


.85 .95 1.06 


1.16 1.25 1.36 1.55 1.75 1.95 2.15 2.34 2.54 


3y2 


2^/4 4 


.94 1.28 


1 1.38 


1,49 1.58 1.68 1.89 2.10 2.29 2.48 2.71 2,92 


4 27/8 4 1.20 1.46 1.67 


1.80 1.93 2.08 2.34 2.60 2.86 3.12 3.38 3.64 



Malleable Iron R,&L, Hexagon Nipples . page 186 



Genuine Wrought Iron Nipples — prices on application- 



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Galvanized Wrought Steel Nipples 







Close Nipple Short Nipple 



Long Nipple 



Tank Nipple 



Galvanized Right Hand Nipples 



Tank Nipples arc 6 inche9 
long and use the list prices 
of the 6-inch length. They 
have a Standard Taper Pipe 
Thread on one end; the other 
end has a Standard Taper 
Pipe Thread running into an 
American Standard Lockntit 
Thread for a total thread 
length of 4 inches. 



Size 
Inches 



Length 
Inches 



Close Short 



List Prices, Each 



Close 



Short 



Long 



2V2 



Z\ 



41/2 



51/2 



8 



10 11 



12 



% 


3/4 


iy2 


.07 


.08 


.10 


.11 


.12 


.13 


.14 


.15 .16 .17 


.19 .22 .25 .28! -30 .33 


.36 


'A 


ys 


iy2 


.07 


.08 


.10 


.11 


.12 


.131 


.14 


.15) .16 .17 


.19 .22 .25 .281 .30' .33 


.36 


% 


1 


1V2 


.07 


.08 


.10 


.11 


.12 


.13 


.141 


.15 .16 .17 


.19 .22 .25 .28 .30 .33 


.36 


V2 


IVs 


iy2 


.08 


.09 


.11 


.12 


.13 


.14 


.15 


.16 .17 .18 


.20 .23 .26 .29 .32 .35 


.38 


y4 


1% 


2 


.10 


.12 




.13 


.14 


.16 


.181 


.201 .22 .24 


.26 .29 .32 .35 .39 .42 


.45 


1 


1V2 


2 


.13 


.15 




.18 


.20 


.22 


.24 


.26 .28 .30 


.34 .38 .42 .46 .50 .54 


.58 


1V4 


1% 


2V2 


.17 


.22 






.26 


.28 


.30 


.34 .Z7 .40 


.44 .48 .56 .62! .68 .74 


.80 


1V2 


13/4 


2y2 


.22 


.26 






.30 


.341 


.38 


.42 .45 .48 


.52 .58 .65 .72, .80 .87 


.94 


2 


2 


2V2 ; 


.30 


.35 






.40 


.45 


.50 


.55 .60 .65 


.70 .79 .88 .97 1.06 1.15 


1.24 


iVi 


2y2 


3 


.60 


.66 






.75 


.83 


.90 .98 1.06 


1.14 1.28 1.44 1.60 1.76 1.92 


2.08 


3 


2% 


3 


.80 


.87 








1.01 1 


.10 1 


.20 1.30 1.40 


1.50 1.70 1.90 2.10 2.30 2.50 


2.70 


3y2 


23/4 


4 


1.15 


1.40 










1 


.53 1.65 1.78 


1.91 2.16 2.41 2.66 2.91 3.16 


3.41 


4 


2y8 


4 


1.27 


1.60 






1 


1 


1 


.85 2.00 2.15 


2.30 2.60 2.90 3.20 3.50 3.80 


4.10 


5 


3 


4y2 


2.29 


2.87 










3.01 3.21 


3.40 3. 95 4. 3514. 73 5.12 5.52 


5.90 


6 


3V8 


4V2 


2.86 


3.56 






1 






3.79 4.03 


4.30 5.00 5.52 6.03^6.53 7.05 


7.54 


8 


3y2 


5 


5.52 


6.37 






: 




1 


6.65 


6.95 7.55 8.15 8.75 9.35 9.95 


10.60 



Cr-ane Nipples are of unusually high quality and 
have accurately cut threads. They are made of new, 
full weight, mill tested pipe. 

Standard: The list prices given above apply to 
wrought steel close, short, and long nipples, and to 
tank nipples, made from Standard Weight Pipe. 

Extra Strong : For list prices of galvanized nipples 
made from Extra Strong Pipe, add the list prices of 
Standard black nipples and Standard galvanized 
nipples. 

Seamless nipples: Standard or Extra Strong 



Seamless Steel Nipples use the same list prices as 
Standard or Extra Strong nipples made from welded 
steel pipe, but are sold at an advance in price. See 
the Crane Discount Sheet for prices. 

Butt nipples: For net prices of butt nipples, add 
2o per cent to the net prices of short nipples. 

Lengths not listed: For lengths not listed (under 
12 inches), use the list price of the next longer length. 

Lengths over 12 inches: For list prices of lengths 
over 12 inches and up to 24 inches, add the list prices 
of the two nearest equal lengths. 



Nipples made from Copper Bearing Pipe — see the Crane Discount Sheet. 

Y 

Galvanized Right and Left Nipples 



Size 
Inches 



Length 
Inches 



Close Short 



List Prices, Each 



Close 



Short 



Long 



21/2 



31/2 



4V2 



51/2 



8 



10 U 



12 



i/g 3/^ 1 1/2 ^ .12 .13 . 16 - 18 . 18 .-20 .20 .21 .24 


.26 .28 .31 .32 .34 .35 .39 .42 


V* 1 74 11/2 .12 .13 .16 .18 .18 .20 .20 -21 .24 


.26 .28 .31 .32 .34 .35 .39 .42 


3/g 1 11/2 j .12 .13 .16 .18 .18 .20 .20 .21 .24 


.26 .28 .31 .32 .34 .35 .39 .42 


1/2 li/a IV2 -13 .16 .18 .20 j .20 .21 .21 .24 .26 


.28 .31 .32 .35 .40 .45 .48 .53 


3^ l3/g 2 .18 .20 .21 .24 .26 .28 .31 .32 .34 .35 .40 .45 .48 .53 .58 .61 


I 11/2 2 .21 .24 .28 .31 I .32 .34 .35 .39 .40 .42 .52 .58 .63 .68 .74 .80 


11/4 15/g 2V2 -28 .32 .34 .39 .42 .47 .52 .55 .60 .68 .76 .84 .93 1.01 1.09 


11/2 13/4 21/2 .34 .39 .42 .47 .53 .58 .61 


.66 .72 .80 .90 1.00 1.09 1.17 1.25 


2 2 21/2 .45 .52 .60 .66 .72 .79 .84 


.93 1.01 1.11 1.24 1.38 1.52 1.67 1.83 


2V2 21/2 3 .82 .95 II.22 1.32 1.43 1.52 


1.64 1.78 1.97 2.15 2.34 2.55 2.74 2.92 


3 ! 2% 3 1-14 1.24 1.36 1,52 1.70 1.86 


2.00 2.18 2.48 2.80 3.12 3.44 3.75 4.07 


31/2 234 4 1.51 2.05 2.19 2.39 2.53 2.69 3.03 3.36 3.67 3.97 4.34 4.68 


4 i 2^8 4 1.92 2.34 | | \ 2.68 2.88 


3.09 3.33 3.75 4.16 4.48 5.00 5.41 5.83 







mm 





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Long Screws, Faced Locknuts, 
and Faced Couplings 





Long Screw^ 
Complete, with Locknut and Coupling 



Faced Locknut 




Faced Coupling 



List Prices 



Size 



Inches | Va 



M 



'S 



1/2 



3/4 



1 I 1V4 I W2 



2V2 



SVz 



Long Screws, 
Complete 



Standard Length Inches [ 21/2 | 3 3V; 



41 



51/2 



Black 



8 



8 1/2 



Galv. 



Faced Locknuts 



Black 



Galv. 



Faced Couplings 



Black 



Galv. 



Long Screws: The prices of Long Screws include 
one Faced Locl^nut and one Faced Coupling. 

Long Screws longer than standard are made to order 
and charged as CUT PIPE with threads, locknuts, 
and couplings extra. When ordering, always specify 
the length of the straight thread. 



Each[ .30 I .35 [ .40 | .55 | .75 [ 1 .00 | 1 .30 ( 1.70 | 2,70 | 3.70 | 5.40 6.60 



Each I .35 | .40 I .50 | .66 I 1.00 I 1 .25 I 1.60 2.10 3.10 4.70 16.50 7.75 



EachI .08 I .09 [ .10 [ .12 | .15 | .20 | AS .30 | .35 :45 .95 1.35 



EachI .11 I .13 I .15 I .18 I .22 | .30 | .35 \ .45 I .50 .65 1.25 1.80 



EachI .09 I .10 | .12 | .16 I .22 | .30 .40 .50 1 .70 1 .90 I.20 1.50 



EachI .14 1 .15 ! .18 I .24 | .33 i .45 | .60 | .75 1.00 I 1.35 1.80 I 2.25 



Extra Heavy Long Screws are made to order of Extra 
Strong Pipe; prices on application. 

Faced Locknuts and Faced Couplings: Faced 

Locknuts and Faced Couplings sizes 3-inch and 
smaller are malleable iron. Sizes 3^^ and 4-inch are 
wrought iron. 



Tank Nipples . . .pages 230 and 231 



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Small Pipe Bends 






t-B-i 




Quarter Bend 



Return Bend 



*Goose Neck 

M, hand 11^" sizes 



Quarter 
Bend 




List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Quarter Bends, Black 
Return Bends, Black 



Inches | V2 



Each .45 



3/4 



.55 




Return 
Bend 



1 




Goose 

Neck 



IV4 IVi 



.75 1.25 2.00 3.25 



Dimensions 

in 

Inches 



Quarter 
Bends 



Return 

Bends 



Goose 
Necks 



A- — Radius 



EachI .90 I 1.10 ( 1.25 1.75 2.75 4.00 



2V] 



16 



B — Center to end 



2V4 I 21/2 I 43/4 I 63/, 



C — Center to center 



634 



3V2 I 33/4 I 41/4 I 61/2 J 8V: 



^Vz 



D — Center to end 



4y8 I 41/2 4V2 



8 



E — Minimum center to center 



31/2 I 334 



8 



8 



8 



F — ^Minimum center to end 



41/2 



33/4 i 41/4 



Materials: Quarter Bends, Return Bends, and 
Goose Necks are made of Extra Strong Wrought 
Steel Pipe. 

*Goose Necks: Goose Necks are made to order; 

prices on application. The table shown above gives 



the minimum center to center and the minimum 
center to end. Orders should specify dimensions. 

Special bends: Bends having dimensions other 
than those shown above, or bends of other shapes 
can be made to order. Prices on application; specify 
size of pipe, dimensions, and quantity required. 



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Single Strap and Double Strap Clamps 

Malleable Iron with Wrought Iron Straps 






Single Strap Clamp 



Showing Application 

of 
Single Scrap Clamp 



Double Strap Clamp 



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When ordering Single Strap or Double Strap Clamps, specify the 
catalog nun^ber of the Clamp and the size of the pipe tapping. 



Single Strap Clamps 


DouHe Strap Clamps 




Clamp will fit 


Size 

of 

Pipe 

lapping 

in 
Clamp 

Inches 


List 
Prices 

Black 
' Each 


Cat. 
No. 


Clamp will fit 


Size 

of 

Pipe 

Tapping 

in 

Clamp 

Inches 


List 


Cat. 

No. 


Wrought 
Pipe 

Size 
Inches 


O.U- 

Casing 

Size 
Inches 


Cast 
Iron 
Pipe 

Size 

Inches 


0,D_ 

of 
Circle 

Inches 


Wrought 
Pipe 

Size 
Inches 


O.D, 
Casing 

Size 
Inches 


Cast 
Iron 
Pipe 

Size 
Inches 


O.D. 

of 
Circle 

Inches 


Prices 

black 
Each 


IV2 


' IVs ¥2 or 3/4 '1.00 


40 


IVz 1 IVs 


V2 or 3/4 1 . 90 


1 


2 2V2 2% 1/2 to 1 11 1.00 


41 2 21/2 23/8 i/2tolV2 1-00 


2 2V2 23/4 & 3 2 27/8 V2 to 11/4 1.25 


42 


21/2 23/4 & 3 2 27/8 3/4 to 11/2 1 1.25 


3 


3 31/2 3V2 V2to 1 1.25 


43 


3 ' 31/2 1 31/2 3/^to2 1.25 


4 3 31/2 3V2 IV4 to 2 1.50 


44 


31/2 4 3 4 


3/4 to 2 


1.40 


5 31/2 i 4 3 4 1/2 to 1 1.50 


45 4 ; 41/2 4V2 


% to 2 


1.50 


6 31/2 4 3 4 lV4to2 1.75 


46 41/2 5 4 5 


3/4 to 2 2.50 


7 1 4 41/2 41/2 VztolVz 1.75 


47 5 51/2 59/1 6 V4 to 2 I 2.75 


S 


4 41/2 41/2 2 ; 2.00 


48 5 51/2 5Vi6 2V2or3 2.75 


9 


4 41/2 41/2 2V2or3 , 4.00 


49 6 65/8 65/8 3/4 to 2 


2.75 


10 ! 4y2 5 415 y4toiV2 1; i.so 


50 6 65/8 '• 65/8 


2V2to4 ! 5.75 


11 


41/2 5)4 5 2 


2.15 
, 4.00 


51 8 85/8 85/8 


1 to 4 


6.50 


12 41/2 545 21/2 or 3 


52 10 103/4 103/4 IV2 to 4 ,10.00 


13 5 51/2 SVis 3/4 to 11/2 


1.80 


53 10 103/4 103/4 5 or 6 10.00 


14 .1 5 - 51/2 5Vi6 2 2.15 


54 12 123/4 


11/2 to 4 14.00 


15 5 51/2 5Vi6 21/2 or 3 4.00 


55 12 123/4 


5 or 6 


14.00 


16 6 5 6 V2tolV2 2.00 


Galvanized Single Strap or Double Strap 
Clamps are made to order at an advance of 
50 per cent over the prices of Black Clamps. 


17 6 5 6 2, 2.40 


18 6 5 6 2V2or3 ! 4.50 


19 6 65/8 65/8 VitolVz „ 2.25 


20 6 65/8 65/8 2 2.50 


21 6 65/8 65/8 2V2 0r3 


1 5.00 


22 7 6 7 3^ to 11/2 2.50 


23 7 6 7 2 2.70 


24 7 6 7 2V2or3 H 5.00 


28 1 8 7 8 3/4 to 1 1/2 4.50 


29 
30 


8 7 8 2 5.00 


8 7 8 21/2 or 3 ,5.50 


301/2 8 85/8 8S/8 34toiy2 5.50 


31 8 85/8 85/s 2 to 3 5.50 


32 8 85/f, 85/8 4 6.00 


35 10 103/4 10y4 ¥4 to 2 9.00 


36 1 12 ! 123^ 1 34 to 2 10.00 



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Miscellaneous Iron^ Steel, and Brass Fittings 



For greater convenience, the following ficcings are shown 
wich related products in other sections of this catalog: 

HycTcir.L Clamps page Sq 

\\ ood Rod Couplings psge So 

Street \\ asher Keys page So 

Hydrant Handles page 8q 

Brass Couplings and Locknuts psge 256 

Brass Bushings. Plugs and Nipples, .pages 2-^-S and 15Q 

Malleable Iron Couplings pages 1S5 and loc 

A-A.R. Malleable Iron Couplings page 103 

Forged Steel Couplings pages 330 and ^40 



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(Above) Gauging the threads of Sc^e^^ed Fit- 
tings This inspection is but one phase of the 
s^^stem that guards Crane Quality and assures 
the user satisfactorv' scr\ ice. 



(Left) Crane Screwed Fittings in multiple castings 
as they emerge from the molds in che foundries. 



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Iron and Steel 
Unions, Union Fittings, and Flange Unions 



150-Pound Malleable Iron Ground Joint Unions and Union Fittings. . .page 238 

Standard Malleable Iron Gasket Type Unions and Union Fittings page 239 

■"Chicago" Unions page 239 

Malleable Iron Railroad Unions and Union Fittings pages 240 and 241 

A.A.R. Malleable Iron Unions and Union Fittings pages 242 to 244 

A.A.R. Forged Steel Unions page 244 

300-Pound Malleable Iron Unions ..,..,... page 246 

Forged Steel Unions page 247 

Forged Steel Hammer Lug Unions page 24S 

Forged Unions, Steel to Exelloy Seat page 247 

Cast Iron Flange Unions pages 24^ and 252 

Malleable Iron Flange Unions pages 250 to 252 

Tongue and Groove Flange Unions page ^52 

Forged Steel Combination Elbows page 252 

Forged Steel Flange Unions pages 252 and 253 

Saving Material and Labor with Unions and Union Fittings . , .pages 23b and 237 

Unions and Union Fittings Applied to Air Brake Piping page 245 

Large Size Flange Unions N-Iade from Screwed Flanges page 254 



Crane Co. manufactures an unusually diversified line of unions and 
union fittings. Whether it be a chromium-plated brass union for a 
restaurant steam table, an inexpensi\-e ground joint malleable iron 
union for a domestic water line, a massive steel union for a central 
power station — -a union for any service — , it can be purchased from 
Crane Co. 

The line includes brass, malleable iron, and forged steel unions and 
union fittings, and brass, cast iron, malleable iron, and forged steel 
flange unions. 

Crane Unions are exceptionally strong, tough, and durable. Each 
part is liberally proportioned and amply reinforced at points sub- 
jected to greatest stress. Special attention has been given to 
the interchangeability of parts. 



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For greater convenience, several lines of unions and 
union fittings are included with allied material in other 
sections of this catalog. See the pages referred to below : 

Brass Unions and Union Elbows pages 162 and 263 

Brass Flange Unions page 263 

Brass Radiator Union Elbows page 78 

Circulating Boiler Fittings page 1 87 

Brass Solder-Joint Unions page 509 

Brass Crane-Seal Unions and Union Fittings page 497 



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Material 



With 



Although female unions are extremely popular and 
are valuable fittings, many users fail to take advan- 
tage of Crane Male and Female Unions and the wide 
variety of Crane Union Fittings. Union Fittings 
actually combine the ser\ices of pipe (or nipples), 
unions, and pipe fittings, forming a more compact, 
convenient, and economical connection and saving 
labor and material. 

TT^e typical pipe line connections shown below clearly 
illustrate the manner in which union fittings may be 
adapted to impro\'e an installation. It will be noted, 
especially in Figures A-4 and B-4, that the reduction 
in the amount of material is accompanied by fewer 
threads to be cut on the pipe and the least number 



of assembled joints. The time required to make the 
connection is materially shortened, and maintenance 
is reduced because fewer joints assure fewer chances 
for leaks. 

Steamfitters, piping contractors, and manufacturers 
of equipment on which piping is used as a part of the 
unit, will find it advantageous to study every screwed 
piping layout so as to obtain the most desirable and 
economical combination of unions and union fittings. 
The illustrations on the following page show how 
valuable savings can be multiplied by careful 
planning. 

Crane engineers will be glad to offer assistance. 



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Figure A-1 

3 Pieces of Pipe 

2 Fittings 

5 Pipe Threads 

6 Joints Assembled 



Figure A-2 

2 Pieces of Pipe 

2 Fittings 

3 Pipe Threads 

5 Joints Assembled 




Figure A-i shows an ordinary elbow connection. A 
female union and a screwed elbow are used. 

Figure A-2 shows the connection when a male and 
female union has been substituted for the female 
union. 

Figure A-3 shows the connection after it has been 



Figure A-3 Figure A-4 

2 Pieces of Pipe 1 Piece of Pipe 

1 Fitting 1 Fitting 

3 Pipe Threads I Pipe Thread 

4 Joints Assembled 3 Joints Assembled 

further simplified by using a union elbow with a 
female tail-piece in place of the female union and 
the elbow shown in Figure A-i. 

Figure A-4 shows the connection in its simplest form, 
a union elbow with a male tail-piece being used 
instead of the male and female union and the elbow 
shown in Figure A-2. 



Tee Connections with Union Joints 








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Figure B-1 

5 Pieces of Pipe 

3 Fittings 

8 Pipe Threads 

10 Joints Assembled 






Figure B-2 

3 Pieces of Pipe 

2 Fittings 

4 Pipe Threads 

7 Joints Assembled 



Figure B-3 

3 Pieces of Pipe 

2 Fittings 

4 Pipe Threads 

7 Joints Assembled 



Figure B-4 

2 Pieces of Pipe 

2 Fittings 

2 Pipe Threads 

6 Joints Assembled 



Figure B-i shows an ordinary tee connection made 
with two female unions and a tee. 

Figure B-z shows the connection when a union tee 
(female union on outlet) and a male and female 
union are substituted for the two female unions and 
the tee. 

Figure B-3 shows the connection made with a union 



tee (female union on run) and a male and female 
union. The same number of joints, threads, fittings, 
and pieces of pipe as used in Figure B-2, are re- 
quired. 

Figure B-4 shows the connection in its simplest 
form, a union tee (male union on run) being used in 
combination with a male and female union. 



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Material 



With 



Union Joints on Return Side of Blast Heaters 




Figure C-2 shows an improved and economical 
arrangement made b>- using male and female unions 
and union fittings in place of ordinary pipe fittings 
and female unions. The connections are more 
compact, and the piping has been simplified. Easy 
access to traps and all parts of the lines is maintained. 
1 8 nipples. 30 pipe threads, g fittings, and 27 joints 
have been eliminated. 



Fig\ire C-1 

Figure C-i illustrates a typical complicated arrange- 
ment of piping on the return side of double tiered 
blast heaters. The return from the stacks in each 
tier are drained individually by a trap, and the con- 
densation is accumulated by a single return header 
The illustration shows the most common method of 
providing union joints on such an installation; only 
female unions are used. 




Figure C-2 



Union Joints on Installation of Traps 




ipe l>€ (»9 (>• i6 



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Photograph of a battery of 13 Crane Irwcrtcd Open Tloac Stenm Trnps 
draining conJcnsate from ctxjking kettles in a candy manufacturing plant. 





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Figure D-1 
Part of Present Piping on Ei^eh Trap 

Figure D-i illustrates a portion of the piping on 
each of the traps shown in the photograph. Only 
female unions are used. 



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Unions and Union Fittings 



Figure D-2 

lmpro\-ed EconomiCcil Piping Arrangement 

Figure D-2 shows an improved and more economical 
arrangement. Through the use of a male and female 
union and a union fitting the installation has been 
simplified and made compact, pro\iding easy and 
direct access for remo\'al of the trap. 2 nipples, 
I fitting and 3 joints are saved on each trap con- 
nection. Using this arrangement on the battery of 
traps would result in a very substantial saving of 
time, material, and labor. 



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Malleable Iron Unions and Union Fittings 



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No. 12S0. '^nion 
Female 



WORKING PRESSI_"RES 

150 pour.Oi steam 
300 pounds cold water, oil. gas. or gasoline, non-shock 

FEATl."RES 

Brass to Iron Seat 

Ground Joint 

Under%Titers" Appro\ed 

Air Tested 

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No._12S2. ^J' Elbow 



No. 1283. ^,V E:c^-^- 
\IaLe L'nion 



No. 12S-L Tee 

Female L'nion on Run 




No. 12Sl._L"nion 
\ tale and r ernale 




No. 12S5. iee 
\ lale L'nion on Run 



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Inches 


U 


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1 


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2 


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No. 


1280. 


Female 


Black 


.45 


.45 


.50 


.60 


.80 


1.20 


1.55 


2.30 


3.80 


5.50 


UnioEcis 


Galv. 


""J 


.50 


.53 


.70 


.95 


1.40 


1.80 


2.60 


4.50 


6.60 


No. 


1281. 


Nlale and Female 


Black 


.56 


.56 


.63 


.75 


1.00 


1.50 


1.94 










Galv. 


.67 


.67 


.74 


.93 


1.27 


1.87 


2.40 


3.47 




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No. 


12S2. 


\S.irl-) F'^T-nslp T ninn 


Slack 




.60 


.60 


.75 


.90 


1.20 


l.SO 


2.4t: 


3.00 






90 '■ Elbows 


Galv. 


.80 


.80 


1.00 


1.20 


1.60 


2.40 


3.20 


4.00 




1 


No. 


12S3. 


WitK Male Lnion 


^ Black 


.60 


.60 


.75 


-rO 


1.20 


l.SO 


2.40 


3.00 








'Calv. 


.SO 


.80 


1.00 


1.20 


1.60 


2.40 


3.20 


4.00 








No. 


12S4. 


^ith Female Lnfon . 


Black 


.66 


.66 


.82 


l.OO 


1.32 


1.98 


2.64 


3.30 




f 


Tees 


Galv. 


.ss 


.88 


1.10 


1.32 


1-75 


2.65 


3.50 


4.40 






No. 


1285. 


With Male L'nion 


Black 


.66 


.66 


.82 


l.OO 


1.32 


1.98 


2.W 


3.30 




1 




Galv, 


.88 


.88 


1.10 


1.32 


1.75 


2.65 


3.50 


4.40 












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[t -ir.ions. 


use the No. 


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Service recommendations : This is a neu' line of 
i5:-Po".:rd Xlanea-CLe Iron Lnions and Lnion Fit- 
ti.f^.gs mace ^ith a rrass to iron ground joint seat. 
They are unusually srardy and n.igged and 'a.ill be 
found ideal for domestic sen."ice and for a wide 
variety of industrial applications on steam, hot 
water, cold water. Oil. air. gas. and gasoline lines. 

Construction : The unions and tmion fittings are 
aesisned to combine liberal strength with light 
weight and minimum overall dimensions : thev have a 
high safe :y factor. The tail-piece, thread-piece .ma 
union ring are circular in shape, being equipped with 



generous size liigs which pro^'ide an exceptionally 
good wrench grip. 

Brass to iron seat: The brass to iron ground joint 
seat is non-corrosive and holds pressure easily: no 
gasket is required. It can be taken apart and re- 
assembled repeatedly without affecting the strength 

or tightness of the joint. 

Listed bv Underwriters' Laboratories: Crane 

ifc-PoundXIaileable Iron Lnions ana L nion Fittings 
have been inspected and are listed by the Lnder- 
writers" Laboratories 'Xational Board of FireUnder- 
^Titersj , Chicago, for use on hazardous liquids. 



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engagemen. t, 
see page 591. 



No. 1281 



No. 1282 



No. 1283 No. 1284 

Dimensions, in Inches 



No. 1285 



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1. 



% 



IV4 



11 



I 21 



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B 



13/, 



11 



111/ 



16 



2U 



2^16 



2% 



2^/16 



314 



39 



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fr 21., 



2M 



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23'i 



35^ 



16 



f 3V, 



8 



315 



16 



4U 



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l^is 


11, 


IH 


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l^^is 


2I4 


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! 1^^/16 


1 


I'a 


21s 


2vis 


1 27/8 


33.16 


1 

1 


3% 1 


Svg 


1 


E 


1 2Vis 


J 


2% 


3i'is 


3^1s 


31^6 


4' IS 




41 5, s 


51 2 





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Standard — Gasket Type 

Malleable Iron Unions and Union Fittings 



WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 
300 pounds cold water 





Each union and union 

fitting (except the Two-Third 

Unions) is equipped with a 

rubber gasket. 

Extra gaskets . . . .page 571 




No. 1219 

Union 
Female 



No. 1219y2 

Union 
Male and Female 




No, 1290 

90' Elbow 

Female Union 



No. 1292 

90' Elbow 
Male Union 





No. 1218 

Two-Third Union 

Female 



No, 1294 

Tee 

Female Union on Run 



No. 1296 

Tee 
Male Union on Run 





List Prices, Each, and Dimensions, in Inches 


Size Inches Vs V4 ^A Vi % 1 Wa IV2 1 2 ly, 3 3V2 4 


No. 1219, Unions, 


Black .20 .20 ,20 .22 .27 .33 -46 .58 .75 1.55 2.10 3.65 4.35 


Female 


Galv. .30 .30 .30 .33 .40 1 .50 .70 .90 1.15 2.35 3.15 5.50 6.50 


No. 1218, Two-Third Unions, 


Black ! .14 .14 .16 .19 .22 .30 .40 .501. 00' 


Female 


Galv. .20 .20 1 .22 ' .25 .35 .50 .60 .75 1.60 


No. 12191/2, Unions, 


Black .25 .25 .28 .33 .40! .57! .72 .95 1.95 2.70 


Male and Female 


Galv. ,35 .35' .39 .46 .S7 ' .81 1 .04 ' 1 .35 ! 2.75 3.75 


No. 1290, 90" Elbows, 


Black .40 .40 .42 .54 .63 , .90; 1.05 1.55 i 2.^5 4.50 


Female Union 


Galv. I .60 .60 1 .63 .81 .9511.35 1.58 2.35 4.30 ! 6.75 


No. 1292, 90° Elbows, 


Black .45 .45 .48 .62 .72 '1.05 1.20 1.80 ' 3.30 5.25 


Male Union 


Galv. .70 .70 .72 .93 1.08 1 1 .60 ! 1 .80 1 2.70 4.95 7.90 


No. 1294, Tees, 


Black 1 .43 .43 .45 .57 .70 ^ .95 , 1.15 | 1.70 , 3.20 5.15 , 


Female Union 


Galv. .65 .65 .68 .86 1.05 1.45 1.75 2.55 4.80 7.75 


No. 1296, Tees, 


Black .50 .50 .52 .65 .80 1.10 1.30 1.95 3.70 6.00 


Male Union 


Galv. ' .75 .75 .78 1.001. 20 1 .65 ' 1 .95 ' 2.95 ' 5.55 | 9.00 ' 


End to end. No. 1219 V/z 1% ^Va 1 IVs 21/3 , 23/3 ! 2% .Zis/ig, 31/4 ^ 39/15 ,3i5/,6 45/i6 4% 


End to end. No. 1219V2 1 IVa 2Vi6 2"/i6 3Vi6 35/i6 3iVi6 4 4S/ig 4li/,6!5Vi6 


Center to female end, Nos. 1290, 1292. 1291 liiae ^Vie ^Vi6 iVs IV16 1 Vie 1 1^4 U' Vie 2V4 21 Vie ^V& 


Center to union end, Nos. 1290, 1294 Vy^^ 2Vi6 2^1% 2% 3 3y,6 3»Vi6 43/8 ' 4^/8 5% 


Centertounionend,Nos. 1292, 1296 2Vi6 1^^ 3Vi6 31/^ 131 s/ig; 4V,6 43/4 Sa/g, 6 '6l5/i6 



Malleable Iron ''Chicago'' Unions 

Brass to Iron Seat — Ground Joint — Brass Hexagonal Ring 




WORKING PRESSURES 

200 pounds steam 

400 pounds cold water, oil 

or gas, non-shock 



Air Tested 



No. 515 

"Chicago" Union 



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The "Chicago" Union lends itself to a wide 
variety of services for steam, oil, gas. or 
air lines. The union ring can be easily 
removed; being made of brass, it makes a 
non-corrosive connection with the thread- 
piece and tail-piece. The brass union ring 
together with the brass to iron ground 
joint permits the union to be repeatedly 
taken apart and reassembled without 
danger of leakage. A gasket is not required. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



V4 



Ys 



Va 



3/4 



1 



IV4 I IV2 



2V2 



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No. 515 



With Black Ends, 



Each .45 



.45 



.50 



.60 



.80 



1.20 I 1.55 ! 2.30 [ 3.80 1 5.50 



With Galv. Ends, 



Each .50 



.50 



.55 



.70 



.95 



1.40 ■ 1.80 2.60 4.50 6-60 



End to end 



Inches; 1% IV4 m I 2V8 | 2% 2% | 2^ Vis 31/4 3% | 41/2 







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Malleable Iron Railroad Unions 



WORKING PRESSURES 

3-inch and smaller — 250 pounds steam 

— 500 pounds cold water, oil, gas, or gasoline, non-shock 



^}4 and 4-inch 



- 200 pounds steam 

— 300 pounds cold water, oil, gas. or gasoline, non-shock 

FEATURES 

Brass to Iron Seat — Ground Joint 

Air Tested 







No. 519 

Union 
Fennale 



No. 5191/2 

Union 
\lale and Female 



No. 5171/2 

Straight Air Pump Union 
(Both Ends Are Same Size) 



No. 517 

Reducing Air Pump Unicn 
(Male End Is Larger) 



List Prices, Unions 



Size 






inches H ' 


V4 ■ % ' ^'2 ^4 , 1 


114 IV2 i 2 2V2 3 31/2 4 


No. 519. Female 


Black 


Each' .45 ■ 


.45 .45 .50 .60 .80 


1.20 1.5Si2. 30 3.80 5.50' 8.00 11.00 


Galv. 


Each .50 


.50 .50 .55 .70 .95 


1.40 1.80 2.6014.50 6.60 10.00 13.50 

h 1 


No. 5191/2. Male and FemRle 


Black 


Each 


.56 .56 1 .63 .75 1.00 


1.50 1.94 2.88 4.75'6.88 


Galv. 


Each 


.67 .67 .74 .93 1.27 


1.87 2.40 3.4716.008.80 






List Prices, 


Air Pump Unions 




Si2e 




Inches 


11/4 i IV2 


( 2 I 1x34 11/4x1 


IV2XII/4 2x1 2x11/4 2x11/2 


No. 5171/2, Straight 


Black 


Each 


1.50 1.94 


2.SS 


\ 

1 1 f 


1 Galv. 


Each 


1.87 2.40 


i 3.47 i 


i III 


No. 517. Reducing 


Black 


Each 




1.20 1.65 


2.45 3.30 3.30 3.30 


Galv, 


Each 




1.60 ' 2.20 


3.25 4.40 4.40 4.40 




Service recommendations : Crane Railroad 
Unions and Lnion Fittins^s are recommended for 
e.vacting service on pipe lines carrying steam, water, 
oil, air. gas, gasoline, or other fluids. They are 
especially suitable for railroad work and are used on 
general locomotive, car, shop, and yard ser\ice. 

Dependable construction: All parts are heavy 
and njggedly constructed and will withstand strains 
resulting from making up joints, expansion and 
contraction, vibration, etc. 

Brass to iron seat, ground joint: No gasket is 
necessary. The brass to iron ground joint is non- 
corrosive and makes a tight seat \'ery easily. It can 
be taken apart and reassembled repeatedly without 



affecting its strength or tightness. The brass seat 
ring is forced in under high pressure, and it will not 
loosen in service. 

Test: Each union and union fitting is given an air- 
under-water test. 

Interchangeability : Tail-pieces and union rings 
are interchangeable, size for size, with similar parts 
of the union fittings shown on the following page. 

Listed by Underwriters' Laboratories: Crane 
Railroad Unions and Union Fittings have been 
inspected and are listed by the Underwriters' 
Laboratories (National Board of Fire Underwriters), 
Chicago, for use on hazardous liquids. 



Dimensions, in Inches 




Size 



Vg I 1/4 



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8 



V, 



3/4 



1 



IV4 



11 



2 i 21/2 f 3 31/2 



A— No. 519 I iVz i 1% i 13/4 i iVs \ iy% I iy% 2% I 21S/16I 3V4 i 378 I 41/2 I 4S/16I 4% 



B— No. 5191/2 



2V4 



2^/16 



21 Vie' 31/16 35/16' 311 '1 



Size 



45/16' 47', I 55/8 I 



No. 519 No. 5191/2 

5171/2 
or 517 



IVi 



11, 



1x^4 , 11/4x1 I 11/2x11/4 I 2x1 ( 2x11/4 I 2xlVi 



B^xNo. 5171/2 



35/ 



8 



31^1 



41/4 



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B— No. 517 



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Malleable Iron Railroad Union Fittings 

WORKING PRESSURES 

200 pounds steam 

400 pounds cold water, oil, gas, or gasoline, non-shock 

FEATURES 
Brass to Iron Seat — Ground Joint 

Air Tested 








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No- 598 

Tee 

Female Union 

on Outlet 



No- 590 

90^EEbow 
Female Union 



No, 591 

45" Elbow 
Female Union 



No. 594 

Tee 
Female Union on Run 



No. 595 

Reducing Tee 
Female Union on Run 







No. 592 

90"E!bow 
Male Union 




No. 593 

45 ^ Elbow 
N lale Union 



No. 596 

Tee 
Male Union on Run 



No. 597 

Reducing Tee 
Male Union on Run 



No, 5981/2 

Tee 

Male Union 
on Outlet 



List Prices, Straight Fittings 



Size 






[nches 


V4 


Vs 


V2 


3/4 


1 


iy4 


IV2 


2 


2V2 


3 


No- 590 or No- 


592, 90" Elbows 


Black 


Each 


.bO 


.60 


.7S 


.90 


1-20 


1.80 


2.40 


3.00 


4.80 


7.50 


Galv. 


Each 


.80 


.80 


1.00 


1.20 


1.60 


2.40 


3.20 


4.00 


6.40 


10.00 


No, 591 or No. 


593, 45^ Elbows 


Black 


Each 


.60 


.60 


.75 


.90 


1-20 


1.80 


2.40 


3.00 


4.80 


7.50 


Galv- 


Each 


.80 


.80 


1.00 


1.20 


1.60 


2.40 


3.20 


4.00 


6.40 


10.00 


No- 594 or No- 


596, Tees 


Black 


Each 


.66 


.66 


.82 


1.00 


1.32 


1.98 


2.64 


3.30 


5.30 


8.25 


Galv, 


Each 


.88 


.88 


1.10 


1.32 


1.75 


2.65 


3.50 


4.40 


7.10 


11.00 


No- 598 or No- 


598 V2, Tees 


Black 


Each 


.75 


.75 


.82 


1.00 


1.32 


1.98 


2.64 


3.30 


1 


Galv- 


Each 


1.00 


1.00 


1.10 


1.32 


1-75 


2.65 


3.50 


4.40 


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List Prices, Reducing Tees 



Siie Inches 1 x % 1 x V2 1 X ^4 


No. 595 or No. 597, Reducing Tees 


Black Each 1.45 1.45 1.45 


Galv. Each 1.95 1.95 1.95 







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No. 592 



No. 591 



No. 593 No. 594 or 595 

Dimensions, in Inches 



No. 596 or 597 



No. 598 




No. 5981/2 



Size V* % V2 V4 1 iy4 IVZ 2 21/2 3 lx% 1x1/2 1x3/4 


A 13/jg 15/jg 11/g 15/jg 17/jg 134 115/,g 21/4 211/16 31/8 13/i6 1 1/4 15/,^ 


B 13/,, 15/,, ll/« l5/,6 l7/,g 1^4 115/^g 21/4 2II/16 31/8 IV16 IV16 1% 


C 3/^ 13/,, 7/^ 1 iVs 15/je 17/^g in/,, ii5/,e 2Vi6 


D liViR 2i/,fi 2Vifi 2% 3 3Vi6 31V16 4% 51/3 5i5/i6 25/8 211/16 2iVi6 


E 2V,« 23/^ 31/ifi 31/2 3»5/i6 4V/,6 43/4 53/8 61/8 7Vi6 3Vi6 3% ! 33/4 


F IVie l^Vie 1% 21/8 2V16 23/4 3Vi6 31/2 4Vi6 43/4 


G 23/i6 23/8 211/16 3 33/8 33/4 4 41/2 51/16 5/8 



Description . . . .po.gG 240 



Thread Engagement . . . page 591 



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WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550° F. 
600 pounds cold water, oil, gas, or gasoline, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE — 150 pounds air under water 

FEATURES 

Brass to Iron Seat — Ground Joint 

Octagon Ends 






For 

Straight size 

Air Pump Unions, 

use either the 

No. 819V2 E 

or the 

No. 9191/2 E 

shown on 

page 244. 



No. 819 E 

Union 
Female 



No. 8191/2 E 

Unioa 
Male and Female 



No. 817 E 

R^ucing Air Pump Union 
(Male End Is Larger) 



For FORGED STEEL 

A.A,R. Unions, 

see page 244. 



List Prices, Unions 



Size 


Inches 1/4 % V2 Va 


1 IV4 11/2 


2 21/2 


3 


No. 819 E, Female 


Black Each .45 .45 .50 .60 


.80 1.20 1.55 


2.30 3.80 


5.50 


Galv. Each .50 .50 .55 .70 


.95 1.40 1.80 


2.60 4.50 


6.60 


No. 8191/2 E, Male and Female 


Black Each .56 .56 .63 .75 


1.00 1.50 1.94 


2.88 4.75 


6.88 


Galv. Each .67 .67 .74 .93 


1.27 1.87 2.40 


3.47 6.00 


8.80 


List Prices, Air Pump Unions 


Size 


Inches II/4XI IV2XI 


11/2x11/4 2x1 


2xlV4 2 


xll/2 



No. 817 E, Reducing, Black 



Each 1.65 



2.45 



2.45 



3.30 



3.30 



3.30 




Service recommendations : Crane A. A. R. 
Unions and Union Fittings are ideal for service 
where long life and dependability are desired. They 
are especially suited for railroad work because they 
easily withstand abuse, piping strains, vibration, 
expansion, and contraction. 

Unusually rugged: All parts are of massive, 
sturdy construction. The malleable iron from which 
they are made is exceptionally strong and tough. 

Brass to iron seat, ground joint: The brass to 
iron ground joint seat is non-corrosive and holds 
pressure easily; no gasket is needed. It can be 
taken apart and reassembled repeatedly without 
affecting its strength or tightness. The brass seat 
ring is forced in under high pressure, and it will not 
loosen in service. 

Listed by Underwriters' Laboratories: Crane 
A. A. R. Unions and Union Fittings have been 




inspected and are listed by the Underwriters' 
Laboratories (National Board of Fire Underwriters), 
Chicago, for use on hazardous liquids. 

Association of American Railroads: The unions 

shown on this page and the union fittings shown on 
the following page conform to the specifications and 
recommended practice of the Association of Amer- 
ican Railroads (A. A. R.) for 300-pound unions 
and union fittings. When subjected to tensile tests, 
their breaking strengths exceed those required by 
the specifications. 

Interchangeability : The tail-pieces and the union 

rings on all of these unions and union fittings are 
interchangeable, size for size. 

Galvanized Air Pump Unions: The Air Pump 

Unions can be furnished galvanized, when so ordered, 
at an advance in price ; prices on application. 

Dimensions, in Inches 



[ 


t 


1 




A 


n 




_1 


fc T ■-. 4 ft 



B 



No. 8191/2 E 



Size 1/4 3/g 1/2 34 1 ly^ u/^ i 2V2 3 


A— No. 819 E 1% Wig I^Vig 2y4 2Vi6 213/,^ 3 33/r 4 | 45/ie 


B-No. 8I91/2E 21/4 2V2 211/ifi 3V« 


33/8 33/4 3»5/l6 


4Vi6 51/16 1 51/2 


Size 1 1/4x1 IV2XI 


IV2XII/4 2x 1 


2x11/4 2x11/2 



No. 819 E or No. 817 E B— No. 817 E 



31/2 



3% I 313/ 



16 



33/4 



41/t 



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A. A. R. Unions and Union Fittings with STEEL mode tail-piece. . . .page 244 
A.A.R. Malleable Iron Screwed Fittings . page 193 A.A.R. Brass Valves . . . .pages 42 to 45 



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243 



A. A. R, Malleable Iron Union Fittings 

WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550^ F. 
600 pounds cold water, oil, gas, or gasoline, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE — 150 pounds air under water 

FEATURES 
Brass to Iron Seat — Ground Joint 

Octagon Ends 








No. 898 E 

Tee 

Female Union 

on Outlet 



No. 890 E 

90' Elbow 
Female Union 



No. 8911/2 E 

45^ Elbow 
Female Union 



No. 894 E 

Tee 
Female Union on Run 



No. 895 E 

Reducing fee 
Female Union on Run 






No. 892 E 

90' Elbow 

Male Union 



No. 893 E 

45' Elbow 
\-laIe Union 



No. 896 E 
Tee 

Jvlale Union on Run 



No. 897 E 

Reducing Tee 
Male Union on Run 



No. 8981/2 E 

Tee 

Male Union 

on Outlet 



List Prices, Straight Fittings 



Size 



Inches | I/4 



^ 



s 



V2 



3/4 ' 1 1V4 i 1V2 



21/2 



No. 890 E or No. 892 E, 90° Elbows. Black 



Each' .60 .60 



75 



.90 11.20 1.80 2.40 3.00 I 4.80 ! 7.50 



No. 8911/2 E or No. 893 E, 45"^ Elbows, Black 



Each .60 



.60 



75 



.90 1.20 1.80 2.40 3.00 4.80 



No. 894 E or No. 896 E, Tees, Black 
No. 898 E or No, 898V'2 E> Tees, Black 



Eachf .66 1 .66 .82 '1.00 11.32 1.98 2.64 3.30 5.30 18.25 



Each .75 .75 



82 1.00 1.32 1.98 2.64 , 3.30 i 5.30 



Size 



List Prices, Reducing Tees 
Inches I 



1x3/8 



IxV; 



1x3/4 



No._895 £ or 897 E, Reducing Tees, Black 



Each 



1.45 



1.45 



1.45 



Galvanized Union Fittings: The Crane A.A.R, furnished galvanized, when so ordered, at an advance 
Malleable Iron Union Fittinss listed above can be in price; prices on application. 







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No. 890 E 



No. 892 E No. 8911/2 E No. 893 E No. 894Eor895E No.896Eor897E 



No. 898 E 




No. 8981/2 E 













Dimensions, 


in Inches 










' 


Size 


V4 


% 


Vz 


3/4 


1 


1V4 


IV2 2 


21/2 


3 


1x3/8 


1x1/2 


1X^4 


A 


»Vl6 


1V16 


1V4 


iVlG 


1% 


l>Vi6 


21/8 21/2 


21V16 


33/8 


IV16 


iVie 


IV2 


B 


^Vl6 


1V16 


iy4 


IVie 


1% 


l>Vl6 


21/8 21/2 


215/16 


33/8 


IV16 


IV2 


IV16 


C 


>yi6 


% 


1 


iVs 


IVis 


IV2 


l^Vi6 2 


2 1/4 






D 


2 


21/4 


2Vie 


2% 


33/is 


311/16 


315/16 41/2 


5Vl6 


51V16 


2V4 


2% 1 


3 


E 


2Vl6 


Vh 


33/iG 


33/4 


41/16 


4% 


4y8 53/8 


6V16 


73/1 6 


3»Vl6 


3>Vl6l 


3»Vl6 


F 


1% 


m 


l»Vl6 


2Vl6 


21/2 


27/8 


3Vl6 31 1/1 6 


43/16 






G 


2Vl6 


2Vl6 


21V16 


31/16 


3Vl6 


3"/i6 


41/8 4Vie 


53/16 




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Description . . , .page 242 



Thread Engagement . . . .page 591 



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A.A.R. Malleable Iron Unions and Union Fittings 



With Steel Male Tail-Piece 




WORKING PRESSURES 

300 pounds steam, 550° F. 

600 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



FEATURES 

Brass to Steel Seat 
Ground Joint — Octagonal Ends 



No. 919V2 E 

Lnion 



These unions and union fittings are the same as chose shown on pages 241 and 
243 except that they have a steel tail-piece, making the male end unusually rugged. 
They are especially suited for the severe services where the strength and toughness 
of steel is needed in the male end. 

All parts are interchangeable, size for size, with the corresponding parts of the 
Mai eable Iron AA.R. Unions and Union Fittings fpages 242 and 243). 

Cah-anized unions and union fittings are made to order; prices on application. 




214. and 3-inch male 
tail-pieces are cast steel 



Tested 150 pounds 
air under water 






No. 992 E 


No. 993 E 


No. 996 E 


No. 997 E 


No. 9981/2 E 


90' Elbow 


45° E bow 


Tee 


Reducing Tee 


1 ee 






Union on Run 


Union on Run 


Union on Outlet 



List Prices, Each, Black 



Size Inches i 1/4 % V2 Va 1 IV4 IV2 2 [ 2V2 3 


Size 
Inches 


lx3/s 


No. 919V2E, Unions .56 .56 .63 ' .75 1.00 1.50 1.94 2.88 4.75 6.88 


IXV2 


No. 992 E, 90° Elbows .60 .60 JZ .90 1.20 1.80 2,40 3.00 4.80 7.50 


1x34 


No. 993 E, 45' Elbows .60 .60 .75 1 .90 1.20 1.80 2.40 3.00 4.80 


No. 997 E 

Reducing 

Tees 




No. 996E, Tees .66 .66 \ .82 1.00 1.32 1.98 2.64 3.30 | 5.30 8.25 


1.45 


No. 9981/2 E, Tees .75 Jh .82 1.00 1.32 :98 2.64 3.30 5.30 






A.A.R. Forged Steel Ground Joint Unions 

WORKING PRESSURES — 300 pounds steam 

FEATURES 

Ground Joint — Octagonal Ends 

Brass to Steel Seat 

Tested ISO pounds air under water 

i]/^ and 3-inch male 
tail-pieces are cast steel. 

These are light weight, rugged Forged 
Steel A.A.R. Unions, ideal for locomo- 
ci\e and other railroad services subjected 
to \"ibration and expansion and con- 
traction. 

The brass to steel ground joint seat is 

non-corrosive and holds pressure easily; no gasket A.A.R. These unions conform to the AA.R. speci- 

is required. Corresponding parts interchange with fications for 300-pound unions. The union ring is 

those of Unions shown on page 242 and above. marked "'Crane-AAR-300". 

List Prices, Black 





No, 950 H 


No. 953 H 


No. 9531/2 H 


Union 


Union 


Reducing Air Pump Union 


Female 


Male and Female 


(Male end is larger) 



Size Inches 


V4 


% V2 3/4 1 Wa IV2 2 21/2 


3 


No. 950 H. Female Unions Each 


.40 


.50 .60 .70 .80 1.20 1.60 2.30 4.50 


6.75 


No. 953 H. Male and Female Unions Each 


.50 


.62 .75 1 .87 1 . 00 1 . 50 2 . 00 2 . 75 5 . 70 


8.50 


Air Pump Unions 


Size 




Inches 1 V4 x 1 IV2 x 1 IV2 x 11/4 2x1 2 x 1 V4 ; 


UIV2 


No. 9531/2 H, Reducing 




Each 3.75 | 5.00 ; 5.00 6.50 6.50 


6.50 



Dimensions, same as A.A.R. Malleable Iron Unions and Union Fittings, see pages 242 and 243, 



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245 



Crane Unions and Union Fittings 

Applied to the Air Brake Piping of a Locomotive 



The illustrations on this page show the application 
of Crane A.A.R. Unions and Union Fittings to the 
air brake piping of a locomotive. 

Such an installation, compared with one using ordi- 
nary screwed fittings, nipples, and female unions, 
eliminates from 25 to 50 per cent of the threaded 
joints. The possibility of leaks is correspondingly 
reduced, and consequently a very substantial saving 



is made in the labor cost of the installation. 

The male end unions and union fittings illustrated 
below are the Crane A.A.R. line shown on page 244. 
Their steel male tail-piece assures liberal strength 
and ruggedness. I f desired, however, the unions and 
union fittings with malleable iron tait-piece. shown 
on pages 242 and 243, may be used; or the A.A.R. 
Forged Steel Unions, shown on page 244. may be used. 



jQ 



To Fire Door 



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-To No- 1 Gauge 





895 EH 



919'2 E 
992 E 




To No. 1 Gauge 




894 E 
rsiti —-To No. 2 Gauge 



X 



Save Ufateriaf and Labor 

with 

Crane Unions and Union Fittings 

See pages 236 and 237 



'To Governor 




919^^ E 



1 n ' 



9193^ E^^ 



919;i E 



To Reservoir 
/ Brake Pipe 

Signal Pipe 

Brake Cylinder Pipe 

9191^ E 



Ji 




^ 



J i i. 



S98E 



992 E 



.Above 
Right Side Arrangement 

Lower Left 
End View of Right Side 

Lower Right 

Left Side Arrangement 

Cooling Piping 




S98E 
992 E-^ 
Brake Cylinder 



9\9}U E 



819 E— 



895 E 




890 E 



3t Eg 





919)^ E 



898 E 




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300-Pound Malleable Iron Unions 



WORKING PRESSURES 

No. iqS E and No. iq8H E— 300 pounds steam. 550° F. 
No. iq7 E — 300 pounds saturated steam 

All types — 600 pounds cold water^ oil, or gas, non-shock 

TEST PRESSURE — 150 pounds air under water 

FEATURES 

Brass to Iron. All-Iron, or Brass to Brass Seat 
Ground Joint Octagon Ends 



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No. 198 E 

Female L nion 

Brass to Iron Seat 



No. 1981/2 E 
Female Union 

All-Iron Seat 
List Prices 



No. 197 E 
Female Union 

Brass to Brass Seat 



Size 








Inches 


Va 


% 


V2 


^ 


1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


2V2 


3 


31/2 4 


Brass to 


No. 


198 b 


Black 


Each 


.45 


.45 


.50 


.60 


.80 


1.20 


1.55 


2.30 


3.80 


5.50 


8.00 11.00 


Iron Seat 


Galv. 


Each 


.50 


.50 


.55 


.70 


.95 


1.40 


1.80 


2.60 


4.50 


6.60 


10.00 13.50 


All-Iron 


No. 


1981/2 E 


Black 


Each 


.45 


.45 


.50 


.60 


.80 


1.20 


1.55 


2.30 


3.80 


5.50 




Seat 


Galv, 


Each 


.50 


.50 


.55 


.70 


.95 


1.40 


1.80 


2.60 


4.50 


6.60 




Brass to 


No- 


197 E 


Black 


Each 


.45 


.45 


.50 


.60 


.80 


1.20 


1.55 


2.30 


3.80 


5.50 


Brass Seat 


Galv. 


Each 


.50 


.50 


.55 


.70 


.95 


1.40 


1.80 


2.60 


4.50 


6.60 




Service recommendations: Crane 300-Pound 
Malleable Iron Unions are recommended where long 
life and dependability are desired on lines con^'eying 
steam, water, oil, air, gas, or similar fluids. Their 
sturdy construction makes them especially suitable 
for severe services. 

Unusually rugged: All parts are massive and 
rugged. The malleable iron from which they are 
made has a high tensile strength and is exceptionally 
tough. 

Choice of scat construction : The unions are 
made with three types of seat construction. 

Brass to Iron Seat — No. iqS E 

All-Iron Seat — No. rq8J^2 E 

Brass to Brass Seat — No, iqy E 

Brass seat unions : Brass seat unions have durable, 
non-corrosive seating surfaces. The large brass 
rings are forced into the retaining groo\'es under high 
pressure; they will not loosen in service. 

All-iron unions : All-iron unions have seating sur- 
faces integral with the end-pieces. They are suitable 
for steam, oil, air, or gas lines where a non-corrosive 



seat is not desired, and for acid lines where all-iron 
material is satisfactory. 

Ground joint: All of these unions have a ground 

Joint seat that holds pressure easily; no gasket is 
needed. The unions can be taken apart and re- 
assembled repeatedly without affecting their strength 
or tightness. 

Interchangeability : The corresponding parts of 
these unions are interchangeable, size for size. 

Identification of seat : 

Brass to iron seat black unions are all black. 
All-iron black unions have the union ring japanned 

green. 
Brass to brass seat black unions have the union 

ring japanned maroon. 
Galvanized unions are all-galvanized, with no 

other distinguishing color on the union ring, 

Federal Specification: The No. iqS E Brass to 
Iron Seat Unions and the No, iqS]4 E All-Iron Seat 
Unions, sizes }4 to 3-inch inclusive, conform to 
Federal Specification No. WW-U-536, dated June,, 
iq33- 



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V2 



3/4 



Dimensions, in Inches 
I 1 



IV4 



Wz 



1% nVis l^Vie I 2V4 I 2Vi6 213/. 



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247 



Forged Steel Ground Joint Unions 





No. 250 H No. 253 H 

Female Male and Female 

Brass to Steel Seat 



Tested 

300 pounds air 

under water 

{2}4 and 3-inch 
male tail-pieces 
are cast steel,) 

These unions 
i\re fvirnished with 

black end-pieces 

and cadmium plated 

imion ring, or are 

cadmium plated 

all over. 





No. 252 H 

Female 



No. 254 H 

Male and Female 



Steel to Steel Seat 





List Prices, Each, and Dimensions 


Size Inches Vg V4 % V2 % 1 Wi W2 2 ZVz 3 


No. 250 H. or 

No. 25? H 


Black with Cadmium Plated Ring .40 .40 .50 .60 .70 .80 1.20 1.60 2.30 4.50 6-75 


Cadmium Plated all over .50 .50 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.50 2.10 2.90 5.25 7.75 


No. 25^ H. or 


Black with CadmiLim Plated Ring .50 .62 .75 .87 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.75 5.70 8.50 


No. 254 H 


Cadmium Plated all over j .59 .70 .87 1.05 1.25 1.75 2.50 3.40 6.25 9.50 


End to end 


Female Inches IV2 1% I'Vis l^Vie ^Vi 2Vi6 ^^"^/le 3 3^^ 4 Wjg 


Male and Female Inchesl 21/4 21/2 l^Vis 3y8 3% 33/4 3^V\6 "^Vie ^Vis. ^Vi 



Service recommendations : These un ions are 
recommended for high pressures and temperatures 
or for unusually severe service on steam, oil, water, 
air. or gas. Although light in weight, they are ex- 
ceptionally tough and rugged. 

Seat: The unions ha\e steel to steel seats or brass 
to steel seats. In the former, the seats are integral 
with the end-pieces. In the latter, a large brass ring 
is rolled under high pressure into the thread-piece; 
it will not loosen in service. 



250 bd and No. 25^^ Unions sizes J4 to 3-inch 
comply with the specifications of the .Association of 
American Railroads for joo-pOLind unions. 

Identification of seat: Brass to steel seat unions 
are marked "oooS-tJo^ F." ; steel to steel seat unions 
are marked "OooS-qoo° F." 

Working Pressures, Non-Shock 
(Steam. Water. Oil, Oil \apor. Gas, or .Air) 



Cadmium plating: These unions are furnished 
with black end-pieces and cadmium plated union 
ring or are cadmium plated all o\er. The parts are 
plated inside and outside after being machined and 
before being assembled. Cadmium plating offers 
excellent resistance to atmospheric corrosion (rust) 
an^i is a permanent and effective lubricant. 

A.A.R. design: In design and dimensions, No. 



Temp. 


Pounds 


Temp. 
Degrees 


Pounds 


Degrees 


Brass to 


Steel to 


Steel to 


Fahr. 


Steel Seat 


Steel Seat 


Fahr. 


Steel Seat 


100 


2000 


2000 


600 


1040 


150 


I 1 1 r 


1900 


650 


%0 


200 


■ ' ■ 




1800 


700 


880 


250 






1700 


750 


800 


300 






1600 
1500 


800 


740 


350 






850 


670 


400 






1400 


900 


bOO 


450 






1300 


950 


530 


500 






■ 1200 


1000 


380 


550 


600 


1120 


.... 


4 ■ ■ 



Forged Ground Joint Unions— Steel to Exelloy Seat 




Tested 300 pounds air under water 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Working Pressures^ Non-Shock 

(Steam, Water. Oil. Oil Vapor. Gas. or Air) 



Size 
Inches 


List Price 
Each 


End to end 
Inches 


1/4 2.00 


l"/l6 


% I 2.50 


21/8 


1/2 1 3 . 20 


2716 


34 4.00 2>Vi6 


1 I 5.50 3Vi6 


For larger sizes, use No- 330 D or 
No- 331 U F lange Unions, page 253. 



Temp. 


Pounds 


Temp. 


Pounds 


100" F. 


6000 


600 F. 


3120 


150 


5700 


650 


2880 


200 


5400 


700 


2640 


250 


5100 


750 


2400 


300 


4800 


800 


2200 


350 


4500 


850 


2000 


400 


4200 


900 


1800 


450 


3900 


950 


1590 


500 


3600 


1000 


1140 


550 


3360 


t ■ * h 


■ I * I 



No. 246 X, Temale 

These exceptionall> heavy, superior quality unions the seat and the ring thread joint non-corrosive 
have a thread-piece of forged Exelloy, making both The tail-piece and union ring are forged steel. 

Thread engagement ... page 591 



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Forged Steel Ground Joint Hammer Lug Unions 



Unions with 
Double Hammer Lugs 




Female Union 

No, 3501/2 H 

Brass to Steel Seat 



For working pressures, 
see table shown below. 



Tested 

300 pounds air 

under water 



List Prices 



Unions with 
Single Hammer Lugs 

Cadmium Plated 




Female Union 
No. 350 H, Brass to Steel Seat 
No. 352 H, Steel to Steel Seat 

(The 4-anch si:re is cast steel.) 



Sire 




Inches , % 


Vi 


3/4 , 1 


IV4 


IV2 


2 


2V2 


3 4 


Black 


No. 350 V2 H, Brass to Steel Seat 


Eachi 1.00 


1.20 


1.40 












Cadmium 


No. 350 H, Brass to Steel Seat 


Each .60 


.75 


.90 1 1.05 


1.50 


2.10 


2.90 


5.25 


7.75 16.00 


Plated 


No. 352 H, Steel to Steel Seat 


Each .60 

1 


.75 


.90 1.05 


1.50 


2.10 


2.90 


5.25 


7.75 ! 16,00 



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Service recommendations : These unions find 
wide application in many industries on temporary 
lines or on ser\ices where the union must be easily 
and quicl<!y taken apart or reassembled. A blow 
with a hammer upon one of the lugs will instantly 
break or make the joint. 

They are forged from a high quality steel and are 
stron" and ru^sed. Thev will withstand hard usa^e 
and repeated dismantling. Their ground Joint holds 
pressure easily; no gasket is required. 

Unions with Double Hammer Lugs : The Xo. 

3 5oJ.'2 H Unions have two hammer lugs on the 
thread-piece and two on the union ring. They are 
frequently used on hydraulic lines in steel mills. 

All sizes are forged steel and have a brass to steel seat. 

Unions with Single Hammer Lugs : The No. 

350 H Brass to Steel Seat and No. 352 H Steel to 
Steel Seat Unions ha\'e hammer lugs (two) on the 
union ring only. Thev are used on manv ser\"ices; 
the larger sizes are popular in oil and gas fields. 

The unions are cadmium plated inside and out after 
machining and before assembly. Cadmium plating 
offers excellent resistance to atmospheric corrosion 
(rust) and is a permanent and effecti\"e lubricant. 

Sizes 3-inch and smaller are forged steel; the 4-inch 
size is cast steel, 

The No. 352 H Steel to Steel Seat Unions have the 
lugs on the union ring painted green after being 
cadmium plated to identify them from the Brass to 
Steel Seat Unions. 



Interchangeability : The union ring, thread-piece, 
and tail-piece on all of these unions sizes 3-incli and 
smaller are interchangeable with the corresponding 
parts of the No. 250 H, No. 252 H, No. 253 H. and 
No. 254 H Unions shown on page 247. 





Brass to Steel Seat 

Used in 

Nos. 35OV2 H and 350 H 

(Brass ring rolled in 

under high pressure; 

will not loosen 

in service.) 



Steel to Steel Seat 

Used in 

No. 352 H 

(Seats are 

integral 

with the 

end pieces.) 



Working Pressures 

(Steam, Water, Oil, Oil Vapor Gas, or 



Air) 



, Temper- 
ature 


Pounds, Non-Shock 


Temper- 
ature 

Degrees 


Povinds 
Non-Shock 


Degrees 


Brass to 


Steel to 


Steel to 


Fahr. 


Steel Seat 


'Steel Seat 


Fahr. 


Steel Seat 


100 


2000 


2000 


600 


1040 


150 


.... 


1900 


650 


960 


200 






1800 


700 


880 


250 






1700 


750 


800 


300 






1600 


800 


740 


350 






1500 


850 


670 


400 






1400 


900 


600 


450 






1300 


950 


530 


500 






1200 


1000 


380 


550 


600 


1120 







Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 




% V2 


3/4 


1 


1V4 1V2 


2 


21/2 


3 4 


No, 35OV2 H 


End to end 


2Vi6 2V4 


2^/u 








! 


Distance across lugs on union ring 


21V16 31/8 


313/16 










No, 350H 


End to end 


l^Viell^Vie 


2V4 


2Vl6 


21V16 3 


3% 


4 


45/16 55/8 


No, 352 H 


Distance across lugs 


21V16 31/8 


3' Vis 


43/8 


53/16 511/16 


6% 


7V& 


93/4 nVz 



Thread Engagernent . . . -page S9I 



CRANE 



249 




Standard 
Faced, Plain Face 



Cast Iron Flange Unions 

Standard — Gasket Type 



WORKING PRESSURES 

125 pounds steam 
175 pounds cold water or gas, non-shock 

When sizes 14-inch and larger are required 
use two No. 553 Standard Cast Iron Com- 
panion Flanges (page 292) bolted together. 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Each union 
is equipped with 
a rubber gasket. 

Galvanized unions 

have 

galvanized bolts. 



Size 




Inches 


V2 


¥4 


1 IV4 


11/2 


2 


2V2 


3 


31/2 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 12 


Black 




Each 


.40 


.46 


.52 .64 


,78 


1.00 


1.25 


1.50 


1.80 


2.10 


3.15 


3.95 


7.00 


11.50 16.00 


Galvanised 




Each 


.80 


.92 


1.04 1.28 


1.56 


2.00 


2.50 


3.00 


3.60 


4.20 


6.30 


7.90 


14.00 


23.00 32.00 


End to end 




Inches 


iVie 


IV16 


IViG IVie 


l»Vl6 


l»Vl6 


25/16 


2Vl6 


2Vl6 


2IV16 


215/16 


3Vl6 


3yi6 


31V16I 4Vl6 


Dia. of flanges 


Inches 


23/4 


3% 


3% 4y8 


41/2 


SVs 


5% 


6% 


7y4 


73/4 


9V8 


10% 


I2V4 


151/2 177/8 


No- and dia. 


of bolts 


3-3/s 


3-VlG 


3-V16 4-Vie 


4-V2 


4-V^ 


4-% 


4-% 


4-5/8 


5-% 


5-5/8 


6-5/8 


8-5/8 


10-34 12-3/4 




250-Pound 

Gasket Type or Ground Joint 



No. 97 E 

Gasket Type 

Faced, Plain Face 



WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam 

400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

Galvanized unions ha\'e aaK'anized bolts. 




No. 99 E 

Ground Joint— Brass to Iron Seat 
Navy Pattern 



The No. 07 E Unions are equipped with a rubber 
gasket, suitable for steam, water, or gas service. 
For oil service, a Granite gasket should be used. It 
is furnished only when ordered and is charged extra; 
see page 571 for list prices. 

List Prices and Dimensions 



The No. q.Q E Unions have a non-corrosive hrass-to- 
iron ground joint seat; no gasket is needed. They 
can be taken apart and reassembled repeatedly 
without affecting their strength or tightness. 



Size Inches Vz 2/4 1 IV4 1^/2 2 2V2 3 31/2 4 | 5 6 8 


No. 97 E 


Black Each .70 .70 .80 | 1.00 1.15 1.50 1.90 2.25 2.70 3.15 4.75 6.00 10.50 


Galvanized Each 1.40 1.40 1,60 2.00 2.30 3.00 3.80 4.50 5.40 6.30 9.50 12.00 21.00 


No. 99 E 


Black Each .60 .80 1.20 1.60 2.00 3.20 4.80 6.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 18.00 


Galvanised Each .90 1.20 1.80 2.40 3.00 4.80 7.20 9.00 11.25 15.00118.75 27.00 


End to end, No. 97 E Inches iVie 15/is lVi6ll>ViG l^Vie 2Vi6 23/i6 27/i6 21Vig 2i3/i6 215/^ 31/^^ 39/^^ 


End to end. No. 99 E Inches IVie V^/x \i-'V\& 2V% IVi 2% Z^/g 31/3 33/3 35/3 Zy^ 4V, 


Dia. of flanges Inches 3V4 31/4 35/8 41/8 4% 5% 6 63/^ 71/2 8 QS/g lOVg 13V4 


No. and dia. of bolts 4-yi6 4-yi6 4-Vi6 4-V2 4-V2 5-Vi6 S-S/g 6-% 6-% 7-5/8 8-2/4 9-3^ lO-S/^ 



5-Bolt Oil Country Pattern — Gasket Type 




WORKING PRESSURE 

600 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

List Prices and Dimensions 



5-Bolt Oil Country Pattern 

Not Faced, 
Corrugated Face for Gasket 



Size 


Inches 


2 


Black 


Each 


1.85 


End to end 


Inches 


2^8 


Dia, of flanges 


Inches 


5% 


No, and dia, of bolts 


5-% 



The flanges of this union 
are rough, not faced. To 
afford a stronger grip on 
the gasket, the bearing 
surfaces are corrugated. 
Each union is equipped 
with a rubber gasket. For 
extra gaskets, seepage ^71. 



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Extra Gaskets . . . page 571 



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I 



250 



CRANE 



Malleable Iron Gasket Type Flange Unions 



Standard Unions 




Standard 

Faced. Plain I^ace 
Long Thread Type 



WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 

225 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 

Galvanized unions 
have galvanized bolts. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Each union is equipped with a 
rubber gasket, suitable for steam, 
\\ater, or gas s€r\'ice. For oil serv- 
ice, a Cranite gasket should be 
used. It is furnished only when 
ordered and is charged extra; see 
page 5/1 for list prices. 



Size I nches 3/4 1 1 V4 1 V2 I 2 V2 3 31/2 4 5 6 8 i 1 12 


Black Eachj 1.40 1.60 2.00 2.50 | 3.00 3.50 4.40 5.25 6.00; 8.00 9.00il8.00 33.00 46.00 


Galvanized Each 2.80 ; 3.20 ! 4.00 5.00 [ 6.00 ! 7.00 ' 8.80 10.50 12.00! 16.00 18.00 36.00 66.00 92.00 


End to end Inches, V/b i T/ie i IV16 l^Viei 2% V/^ 2l5/i6 3Vi6 1 3Vi6 SS/g 3Vi6 i 4 j 4Vi6 4»3/i6 


Diameter of flanges Inches 2% 31/4 33/4 4% SVs ^V% 6% ^i/j 7^^ 9% lO^g 123/4 15V2 177/(i 


No. and die. of bolts S-S/g 4-3/g 14-Vi6 4-1/2 4-V2 4-5/8 4-5/8 ! 4-5/^ S-S/g S-S/g ' b-^/s ! 8-5/g 10-3/^ 12-34 



These unions are heavier and have longer thread 
lengths than the ordinary commercial flange unions 
oi this type. They have ample bolting and are 
sturdily constructed of a good quality malleable iron. 

C!rane Standard Malleable Iron ITange Unions are 



recommended for all general steam, water, oil, or gas 
ser\ice. Because of the extra safety factor resulting 
from their greater weight and longer threads, they 
are especialK suitable where ordinary unions are 
not entirely satisfactory, as in oi! refineries. 



*'■ 



V 



400-Pound W.O.G. Unions 



I 




WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam 

400 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas. non-shock 



Each union is equipped with a 
Cranite gasket, suitable for 
steam, water, oil, or gas service 



No. 95 E 

I'accd, Plain Face 
Long Thread Type 




List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches [ 


2 


2V2 


3 


4 


6 


8 10 12 


No. 95 E, Black 


Each 


4.85 


6.75 


9.00 


11.50 


21.00 


Prices on app ication 


End to end 


Inches 


2V2 


2' 3/1 6 


3 


3V8 


3% 


4 1 4Vi6 4i3/,g 


Diameter of flanges 


Inches i 


5% 


6^/16 


7 


8 


11 


131/4 1 16 187/8 


No. and dia. of bolts 




5-V16 


5-5/8 


6-% 


7-5/8 


9-3/4 


10-3/4 1 12-% 12-1 



The No. Q5 E Unions are made of a high quality 
malleable iron. 1 hey are strong, tough, and rugged, 
and ha\e good resistance to shock or impact and to 
the strains resulting from the e.xpansion and con- 
traction of piping. 

They are especially popular in oil and gas fields. 

Extra Gaskets 



The threads are unusually long and are accurately 
cut to gauge. 

These unions are regularly furnished \\ith a Granite 
gasket. They are recommended for 400 pounds cold 
water, oik or gas service, non-shock, and for zjc 
pounds saturated steam service. 

page 571 



CRANE 



251 



Malleable Iron Ground Joint Flange Unions 



Standard All-Iron Unions 




WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 

225 pounds cold water, oil, 

or gas, non-shock 



Iron to Iron Seat 
Ground Joint 



No. 773 
Long Thread Type 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches i 




2V2 


3 


4 


1 6 


8 


No. 773, Black 


Each 


3.25 


4.50 


6.00 


7.50 


14.00 


+ 


End to end 


Inches 


2iVifi 


3Vl6 


3Vl6 


39/16 


41/4 


41 Vis 


Diameter of flanges 


Inches 


5V8 


5% 


6% 


73/4 


1 IOV2 


12% 


No. and dia. of bolts 


4-1/2 


4-% 


4-% 


5-% 


6-% 


8-% 



*8-inch size can be made to order: price on application, 



The No. 773 Standard All-Iron Flange Unions are 
:>opular in oil and gas fields. They ha\-e unusually 
ong threads, accurateh' cut to gauge, making them 
suitable for pipe line ser\ice. 

The malleable iron from which che\' are made is 



strong, tough, and durable. It has good resistance 
to shock or impact and to the strains resulting from 
the expansion and contraction of piping. 

The ground joint seat eliminates the need for a 
gasket. Each union is gi\en a hydrostatic test. 



Three-Part Unions 



Brass to Iron Seat 
Ground Joint 

Loose ring makes it easv 
to line up bolt holes. 



WORKING PRESSURES 

600 pounds cold water, oil, 
or gas, non-shock 

Sizes 4-inch and smaller, 300 pounds steam 
Sizes 5-inch and larger, 200 pounds steam 




No. 775 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 


Inches 


2 


2V2 


3 


31/2 


4 


5 


6 


*7 


8 


10 


No. 775, Black 


Each 


4.00 


6.40 


9.60 


12.00 


15.00 


20.00 


25.00 


30.00 


36.00 


57.60 


End to end 


Inches 


3»Vl6 


41/8 


4V2 


4> V16 


5 


5% 


5% 


6V16 


eys 


8V16 


Diameter of flanges 


Inches 


5y4 


feVis 


7yi6 


73/4 


sya 


93/4 


11 


I2V2 


i4y8 


i6y8 


No. and dia. of bolts 


5-V2 


5-V16 


5-S/8 


5-% 


6-5/8 


6-% 


8-3/4 


10-34 


lO-Vs 


12-1 



Advantages of the three-part construction: 

The No. 7"^ Union has three major parts: flange- 
piece, tail-piece, and loose ring. The ring combined 
with the ball type seat assures tightness even when 
the pipe line is slightly out of alignment. In addi- 
tion, being loose, the ring . can be conveniently 
swiveled to any desired position to line up the bolt 
holes. 

Brass to iron seat, ground joint: The brass to 

iron seat is non-corrosive, and the ground joint 
eliminates the need for a gasket. The brass seat 
ring is forced into the tail-piece under high pressure 



and will not loosen in service. The union can be 
taken apart and reassembled repeatedly without 
injuring its strength or seating qualities. 

Loose ring painted yellow: The loose ring is 
painted yellow so that the union can be easily 
identified. 

Test: Each union is given a hydrostatic test. 

'^'Z-inch Unions : The 7-inch Unions can be used for 
65/g-inch casing (--inch O.D.) or 7}-^-!nch casing 
(75^-inch O.D.). Orders should specify outside 
diameter of casing, number of threads per inch, and 
style of casing. 



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m% 






I 



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: 1 . ' 



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1 : ■ 

, ■ 


f : 


ft' ; ' 


, 


1 


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'"' 1 ' 


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252 



CRANE 



Tongue and Groove Flange Unions 



WORKING PRESSURES, Pounds per Square Inch 





Sizes 


Steam or oil 
500" F. 


Ammonia 


Cold water, oil, or 
gas, non-shock 


No. 1589, 


V^ to 3- inch 


300 300 


1000 


No. 1591 1/2. 


3V2 to 6-inch 


300 1 300 600 


or No. 1529 


8 to 12-inch 


250 300 


500 




^4 to 3-inch are forged steel; 

3^2 to 6-inch are malleable iron; 

8 to 12-inch are Ferrosteel- 




No. 1589 
With Granite Gasket 



"A" is end 

to end 
of threads- 






Ova] 



Square 



Round 



These are rugged, service- 
able unions. They are 
made by bolting together a 
No. 1547 Tongue Flange 
and a No. 1 545 Groove 
Flange (shown on page 484). 
Each union is equipped 
with a Granite gasket. 

Reducing sizes are made to 
order ; prices on appHcation. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Size Inches] Vi 


% 1/2 


3/4 


1 IV4 IV2 


2 1 2V2 3 


3V2 


4 


5 6 8 10 12 


No. 1589 Each -90 


1.00 1.20 


1.55 


2.15 j 2.25 2.70 


3.10 5.50 6.75 


7.75 


9.25 


11.0013.75 20.00 28.00 40.00 


Style of flanges 


Oval 




Square 


1 






Round 


A Inches IV16 


IV2 l^VlG 


l^Vie 


2 2V8 23/ie 


2V4 2i3/,6 3 


31/4 


3% 


35/8 37/8 33/4 43/16 4Vl6 


B Inches 3% 


3^ViG 4 


43/4 


4V2 1 5 6 


6V2 1 71/2 81/4 


9 


10 


11 121/2 15 171/2 201/2 


C Inches 1 s/g 


13/4 2 


2V4 


3Vl6 315/16 411/16 


5Vi6 513/ie 






No. of bolts 2 


2 2 


2 


4 4 4 


4 4 8 


8 


8 


8 12 12 16 16 


Dia. of bolts Inches V2 


V2 V2 


5/8 


1/2 V2 % 


% 3/4 3/4 


H4 


^4 


% ^4 Vi 1 IVs 




List prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



1V4 



No. 1591V2 



Each 1.50 



1.75 



2.80 




"A" is end 
to end 

of chreads- 



No. 15911/2 
With Granite Gasket 



Style of flanges f 




Oval 




Square 


A Inches 


2 




2V8 


211/16 


B . ■ Inches 


43/4 




51/4 


513/16 


C Inches \ 


2% 




3 


41/2 


No. and dia. of bolts Inches 


2-% 




2-5/8 


4-% 





Oval 



Square 



These are unusually compact unions, equipped with a coils with close centers and for other services where 
Granite gasket. They are ideal for making up pipe a good union joint must be made in a small space. 





Forged Steel Combination Elbows 

Furnished complete unless othertvise ordered 

List Prices and Dimensions 



No. 1529, Complete 
With Flange, Bolts, 
and Granite Gasket 



Sire Inches 1/4 S/g Vi Va 1 IV4 


No. 1529, Complete Each 1.40 1.55 1.85 2.20 2.60 3.90 


No. 1529. Elbow only Each .85 .95 1.05 1.20 1.40 2.60 


A Inches i3/,6 i^/ie iVs IVie IV16 1^4 


B Inches V-k I'Vie l^Vie 2V8 ^s/g ZU/ie 


C Inches 3% 3^ Me 4 43/4 43/4 51/4 


D Inches 1 % 1 V4 2 2 1/4 2% 3 


No. and dia. of bolts Inches 2-1/2 l-Vz l-Vz 2-% ^-S/g 2-% 




No, 1529 
Elbow Only 

-lAr- 



T 

B 



^ 







Strong, compact connections are made conveniently 
and economically with these elbows. They are ideal 
where a union angle joint is needed in close quarters 
and for making meter, small by-pass, and similar 
connections. 

When used tn place of ordinary screwed fittings, the 
No. I52q replaces an elbow, a nipple, and a flange. 



eliminating two joints. When used in place of a 
flanged elbow, it eliminates one gasket joint. In both 
cases, the No. 1529 takes up less space. 

The flange portion is the No. i 547 (shown on page 
484) on sizes ^-inch and smaller and the tongue half 

of the No. 1 5Q I J^ Union (shown above) on the i-inch 
and I J-^-inch sizes. 



Extra Caskets. . . .page 571 



CRANE 



253 



2000, 6000, and 9000-Pound W.O.G. 

Steel Ground Joint Flange 








Oval Square 



Round 



Steel to Steel Seat 

No. 328 D, 2000-Pound 

No. 340 D, 2000-Pound 
*Triplex Steel Bolt-Studs 



Brass to Steel Seat 
No. 329 D, 2000-Pound 



•Triplex Steel Bolt-Studs are threaded full 
leneth and are fitted with a nut on each end. 



Steel to Steel Seat 

No. 330 D, 6000-Pound 
Cold Rolled Steel Bolt-Studs 

No. 331 D 
9000-Pound. Sizes U to 2i^-inch 
6000-Pound. Sizes 3 to o-inch 
*Triplex Steel Bolt-Studs 





2000-Pound 



6000 and 
9000-Pound 







2000- 


-Pound Flange Unions 








6000 and 9000-Pound Flange 


• Unions 




Size 


List Prices 


Dimensions, in 


Inches 




Size 
Inches 


List Prices 1 Dimensions, 


in Inc 


hes 


<*> 


Inches 


No. 
328 D 
Each 


No. 
329 D 
Each 


No. 
340 D 
Each 


A 


C 


D 


No. & 

dia. of 

bolts 


No. 
330 n 
Each 


No. 
331 D A 

Each 


B 


C 


D 


No. & 

dia. of 

bolts 




Va 


1.60 


1.85 


2.05 


IV4 


3S/8 


1% 


' 2-V2 


CO 

> 




V4 


6.00 7.50 21/4 UV16 3% 


2 


2-5/8 


_ 


% 


1,80 


2.10 


2.30 


' V.^8 


3^3 16 


in 


2-V2 


% 


6.001 7.50,| 2V4 111/16 37/8 


2 


2-5/8 


> 


V2 


2.05 


2.40 


2.60 


I 2 


4 


2 


2-V16 


V2 


6.001 7.50 2V4 :nVi6 3"8 


2 


2-5/8 





V4 


2.45 


2.85 


3.10 


' 2% 


43/4 


2V4 


2-3/4 


^4 


7.00 8.75: 23/8 'Ii3'i6 3V8 


3 


4-V16 




1 


2.90 


3.35 


3.70 


2% 


43/4 


2% 


2-3/4 


1 


8.00: 10.00! 21/2 2 41/2 


35/R 


4-5/8 


^ 


1% 


3.40 


3.90 


4.35 


25/8 





3»Vi6 


4-5/8 


3 


iy4 


9.00! 11.25 23/4 1 23/i6 51/4 


4V4 


4-3/4 


03 


1 Vi 


3.90 


4.50 


5.00' 


2V4 


6 


4^'k 


4-n 


IVz 


10.00 12.50 27/8 ' 25/i6i 57/8 


43/4 


4-7/8 


3 


2 


4.40 


5.10 


5.70 


' 23/4 


6V2 


5Vl6 


4-34 


2 


16.00, 20.00 311/16 3 1 67g 


5^2 


4-11/8 


W 


2V2 


7.70 


8.90 


9.90 


' 33/8 


7V2 


51V16 


4-% 


2V2 


29.00 36.25 3IV16I 3i/8 '7i3/i6 


6V4 


4-11/4 




3 


11.70 


13.50 


15.00 


3% 


8V4 




6-7/8 


•0 

c 

3 



3 


47.00 58.75 45/8 37/8 91/2 




6-11/4 


*n. 


3V2. 


14.30 


16.50 


19.00 


33/8 


9 




8-% 


4 


72.00 90.00 511/16' 45^8 11^2 




8-13/8 




4 


17.60 


20.25 


23.50 


3% 


10 




S-I 


5 


no. 00138. 00' 63/8 i 53/8 IJ34 




10-13/8 


3 



S 


21.00 


24,25 


28.25 


3% 


11 




8-11/8 


6 


147.00 184.00 67/8 ' 6 ' 15 




10-15/3 


cc 


6 


30.00 


34.50 


41,00 


4 


121/2 




10-1 1/4 












8 


45.00 


52.00 


61.00 


43/4 


15 




10-134 




10 


65.00 


75.00 


87.00 


SVs 


17V2, 




12-11/2 




12 


86.00 


100.00 


115.00 


55/8 


20 1/2 




14-11/2 













Service recommendations: I he 1000-Found 
Unions are compact, yec amply strong. They are 
recommendeJ especially for hydraulic lines. In ad- 
dition, the No. 340 D. having Triplex Steel bolting, 
are suitable for high pressure-temperature service. 

The booo and Qooo-Pound Unions are made for the 
extreme pressures and temperatures encountered in 
some steam plants and oil refineries, and for very 
high hydraulic pressures. The\- are unusualU* mas- 
sive and rugged, and they ha\'e liberal bolting-, 

Construction: These unions are forged from a high 
grade steel, especially selected for its strenp;th and 
toughness. They ha\e long thread lengths, and 
their ground joint holds pressure exceptionally well. 

Bolting: The Nos. 328 D and 32Q D sizes b-inch 
and smaller have commercial bolts: larger sizes have 
cold rolled steel bolt-studs. The No. 330 D Unions 
have cold rolled steel bolt-studs. 

The Nos. 340 D and 331 D ha\'e Triplex Steel bolt- 
studs, threaded full length, and fitted with medium 
carbon oil-quenched semi-finished hexagon steel nuts. 
Triplex Steel has excellent physical properties. 



Working Pressures 

Steam, WuCcr, Oil, Oil \'apor, Gas. or Air 

Temper- 
ature 



Working Pressures — Pounds (Non-Shock) 



Degrees 
Fahr. 



2000-Pound 



Nos. 



bOOO-Pound 



No. 



No. 

328 D 340 D' 330 D 
and 

329 D 



No. 

331 D 

Sizes; 

3 to 6-inch 



90Q0-Pound 

No. 

331 D 

Sizes 

V4 to 2V2-inch 



100 


2000 


2000 


6000 


6000 


9000 


150 


1900 


1900 


5700 


5700 


8550 


200 


1800 


1800 


5400 


5400 


8100 


250 


1700 


1700 


5100 


5100 


7650 


300 


1600 


1600 


4800 


4800 


7200 


350 


1500 


1500 


4500 


4500 


6750 


400 


1400 


1400 


4200 


4200 


6300 


450 


1300 


1300 


3900 


3900 


5850 


500 


1200 


1200 


3600 


3600 


5400 


550 




1120 




3360 


5040 


600 




1040 




3120 


4680 


650 




960 




2880 


4320 


700 




880 




2640 


3960 


750 




800 
740 




2400 


3600 


800 






2200 


3300 


850 




670 




2000 


3000 


900 




600 




1800 


2700 


950 




530 




1590 


2385 


1000 




380 




1140 


1710 



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Large Size Flange Unions 

Made from Screwed Flanges 



Although the Crane line of Flange Unions, shown on pages 
i4Q to 253, is exceptionally complete, very large pipe lines 
may sometimes require sizes larger than those that are regu- 
larh' listed, These can be conveniently and economically 
made by bolting together two screwed companion flanges. 

For this purpose, the user can make an excellent selection from 
the complete line of Crane Screwed Flanges. It includes flanges 
made in a variety of metals, in a full range of sizes, and for every 
ser\uce requirement. See the pages referred to below; 



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aj-Pound Cast Iron Flanges : page 2.91 

125-Pound Cast Iron or Ivlalleable Iron Flanges pages iqi and 293 

250-Pound Cast I ron Flanges pages 2Q4 and 2Q5 

1 50-Pound Forged Steel Flanges . page 364 

300-Pound Forged Steel Flanges page 364 

400-Pound Forged Steel Flanges page 365 

600-Pound Forged Steel Flanges page 365 

qoo-Pound Forged Steel Flanges page 365 

1 5oc-Pound Forged Steel Flanges page 365 

Machine Bolts page 556 

Triplex Steel Bolt-Studs pages ^y8 and 559 

Gaskets .pages 566 to 571 



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A Large Size Flange Union 

Made by bolting together 
two Crane Cast Iron Sc^e^ved Flanges 

Complete with Bolts and Gasket 



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Brass Fittings, Flanges, and Unions 



Standard Screwed Fittings pages 256 to 258 

Nipples page 258 

250-Pound Screwed Fittings pages 260 and 2b i 

Plugs page 25Q 

Bushings page 259 

Screwed Unions and Union Fittings. . . .pages 262 and 263 
Flange Unions page 2^3 

150-Pound Flanged Fittings page 264 

150-Pound Companion Flanges page 2D4 

300-Pound Flanged Fittings page 264 

300-Pound Companion Flanges page 2D4 



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The fittings mentioned abo\^e constitute an exceptionally 
complete line for brass threaded or flanged joints. The>' are 
well proportioned and of ample weight, assuring a liberal 
factor of safety over the recommended working pressures. 
Unless otherwise indicated, the cast fittings are made of 
Crane Steam Brass, a good quality alloy of copper, tin. lead, 
and zinc (85-5-5-5), commonly classed as "Red Brass". 





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Haw to read reducing fittings. p<^gc 644 

Brass Solder-Joint Fittings pages 499 to 512 

Brass Crane-Seal Fittings pages 489 to 498 

Brass Railing Fittings page 267 

Brass Fittings for Marine Service page 461 




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Standard Brass Fittings 

WORKING PRESSURES — 125 pounds steam 
175 pounds cold water or gas and 200 pounds cold oil, non-shock 

Air Tested 





90' Elbow 



90^ Street Elbow 






Side Outlet Elbow 





Tee 




45° Elbow 



45° Street Elbow 



Four-Way Tee 



Service Tee 





Cross 



45=^ Y-Bend 





Drop Elbow 



Drop Tee 



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I 




,* 




c] 







Extension 
Piece 



Coupling 
Right Hand 



Covipling 
Right SjLeft 



Reducer 



Cap Hexagon Locknut 

J^" Caps are hexagon 
bar stock; H" Lock- 
nuts also are bar stock. 





C 



rossover 



Return 
Bend 



List Prices, Each, Rough 



Size 


Inches 


Vs 


V4 


% 


Vz 


3/4 1 IV4 IV2 


2 21/2 


3 , 31/2 4 5 6 


8 




90" 


Straight 


.11 


.11 


.11 


.14 


.21 .36 .59 .75 


1.20 12.45 


3.631 5.451 7.20 14.00i21.50 


49.00 




Reducing | 


.15 


.15 


.18 


.25 .45 .70 .90 


1.55 12.75 


4.35: 6.25! 8.00;i6.75;25.00 


57.00 




Right & Left 


.40 


.40 


.55 


.70 1.00 1.20 1.55 


2.30 1 


1 


Elbows 


Street 


.17 


.17 


.17 


.22 


.30 .50 .80 1.05 


1.75 3.25 


5.50' 8.16 10.50' 




45° 


.13 


.13 


.13 


.15 


.23 .40 .65 .83 


1.32 2.68 


3.98, 6.00 7.90 15.50 23.75 


54.00 




45°, Street 


T7 


.17 


.17 


.22 


.30; .50; .80' 1.05 


1.75 1 






Side Outlet (Plain) 




.72 


.72 


1.00;i.30 1.85'2.50|3.00 


4.75 7.20 


10.75 1 






Drop (Plain) 






.35 


.40 


.55 .70; 




1 






Straight 


.17 


.17 


.17 


.22 


.30 .50' .80' 1.05 


1.75 13.25 


5.00 8.15110.50 21.00,30.00 


75.00 




Red 


1 opening 




.20 


.20 


.26 


.36 .601 .95! L25 


2.1013.90 


6.00' 9.75 12.60 25.00 36.00 


90.00 


Tees 


^ 2 openings 


.22 


.22 


.29 


.39 .65 1.05 1.40 


2.30 ,4.25 


6.50:i0.60 13.65 27.30 39.00 


97.50 


Service 




.27 


.36 


.50 .85 1.25 1.67 


2.75 








Four- Way (Plain) 




.80 


.80 


1.10 


1.46 2.05 2.75 3-30 


5.25 








Drop Plainl 


' 


.40 


.50 


.70' .95' 




1 1 1 




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Straight 


.32 


.32 


.32 


.42 


.58 .79 1.26! 1,63 


'3.00 5.60 


9.50 13.00 17.00'35.00 50.00:i25.00 


Crosses 


Reducing 




.40 


.40 


.53 


.72 1.00 1.60,2.05 


3.75 7.00 


11.90il6.25,21.25|44.00 62.50 156.00 


Couplings 


Right Hand 


.11 


.11 


.11 


.14 


.21 .36 .58 .70 


1.16 1.75 


2.50 3.60 4.60 10.00'14.00 


32.00 


Right & Left 


.29 


.29 


.29 


.34 


.40, .60; ,80 .90 


1.50 2.25 


3.30 


4S° Y-Rf>nc 


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40 


' 45 


.60'1.00'1.60'2.10 


M.50 '6.50 


10.00' 21.00' ! 





Reducers 



Reducing 1 or 2 sizes 



.12L12I.16 ,23 .40 .64 .77^1.28 1,95 2.75 4,00; 5.00 11.00 15,401 35.00 



Reducing 3 or more sizes 



_17 .251 -441 .701 ,84 11.40 2.10 I 3,00 4,30 5,50|12.00]17.00j 38.50 



Extension Pieces (Plain) 




.25 


.36' 


.50 


.901.40 


1.75 


3.00 




1 1 


Caps 


.11 


.11 .11, 


.131 


.18 


.27 .45 


.57 


.95 


1.60 


2.30 3.40 4.40; S.SOjH.OO 32.00 


Hexagon Locknuts 


.06 


.06 .06 1 


.lo: 

.60 


.12 
.80 


.18' .27 


.35 


.55 


1.00 


1.55 2.301 3.00! 5.00 8.00 20.00 


Crossovers 




1 










1 



Return 
Bends 



Close Pattern 



Open Pattern 



Size 



Inches! 1/^ 



Va 



11/4 IV2 2 



V2 



3/4 



1 i 1V4 ! IV2 



21/2 



Center to center Inches] 1 | IV4 | IVa 1 13/4 123/^6 1 25/8 '! 1V2 | 2 | 2V2 ! 3 1 3V: 



41/2 



Right Hand 



.3. 



.55 i .90 1.25 I 1.70 ! 3.25 .45 .75 1.20 1.70 2.30 4.35 ! 7.00 ! 9.00 



Right & Left 



.85 1.05 1.50 n. 80 ' 2.40 ' 4.00 "1.00 I 1.25 ! 1.80 2.30 3.00 5.10 18.50 12.00 



For prices of polished and polished-chromium-plated 
fittings, see the opposite page. For prices of Stand- 
ard Brass Fittings polished-nickel-plated or rough- 
tinned, refer to the Crane Discount Sheet. 



The largest opening on reducing fittings determines 
the list price; e.g., a i x J-^' x i"' Tee (reducing i 
opening) is $.bo list, a i x }/^ x Ji" or -^-4 x ^i x i" 
Tee (reducing 2 openings) is $.65 list. etc. 



Dimensions . . . page 258 Brass Plugs, Bushings, and Unions . . . pages 259 and 262 Brass Nippies. . . .page 258 



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Standard Brass Fittings 

List Prices, Each, Polished 



Size Inches Vg 1/4 % 1/2 34 1 p/^ ly^ 2 2V2 3 31/2 4 5 6 « 




90* 


Straight | .22 .22 .22 .28 .42 .72 1.20 1.50 2.40 4.90 7.25 10.90 14.40 28.00 43.00 98.00 




Reducing | .30 .30 .36 .50 .90 1.40 1.80 3.10 5.50 8.70112.50 16.00 33.50 50.00 114.00 




Right & Left .51 .51 .69 .911.35 1.80 2.30 3.50 


Elbows 


Street 1-34 .34 .34 .44 .60 1.00 1.60 2.10 3.50 6.50 11.00 16.30 21.00 


45^ .26 .26 .26 .30 .46 .80 1.30 1.65 2.65 5.35 7.95 12.00 15.80 31.00 47.50 108.00 




45^ Street | .34 .34 .34 .44 .60 1.00 1.60 2.10 3.50 ! 




Side Outlet (Plain) 1.45 1.45 2.00 2.60 3.70 5.00 6.00 9.50 14.40 21.50 




Drop (Plain) .70 .80 1.10 1.40 




Straight .34 .34 .34 .44 .60 1,00 1.60 2.10 3.5016.50 10.00 16.30 21.00 42.00 60.00 150.00 




Reducing 


1 opening .40 .40 .52 .72 1.20 1.90 2.50 4.20 7.80 12.00 19.50 25.20 50.00 72.00|180.00 


Tees 


2 openings .44 .44 .58 .78 1.30 2.10 2.80 4.60 8.50 13.00 21.20 27.30 54.60 78.00 195.00 


Service .54 .72 1,00 1.70 2.50 3.35 5.50 t 




Four-Way (Plain) 1.60 1.60 2.20 2.92 4.10 5.50 6.60 10.50 1 




Drop (Plain) .80 1.00 1.40 1.90 11 I ■ 


Crosses 


Straight .64 .64 .64 .84 1.15 1.60 2.50 3.25 6.00 11.20 19. 00|26-00, 34. 00 70.001100.00 250.00 


Reducing .SOj .80 1.05 1.45 2.00 3.20 4.10 7.50 14.00 23.80 32.50 42,50 88.00 125.00 312.00 


Couplings 


Right Hand .22 .22 .22 .28 .42 ,72 1.15 1.40 2.3013.50 5.00 7.20 9.20 20.00 28.00 64.00 


Right & Left .40 .40 .40 .48 .61 .96 1.40 1.60 2.65 4.00 5.80 


45°Y-Bends .80 .90 1.20 2.00 3.20 4.20 7.00 13.00120.00 42.00 


Reducers 


Reducing 1 or 2 sizes .24 .24 .32 .46 .80 1.30|1.55 2.55 3.90 5.50 8.00 10.00 22.00 30.80 70.00 


Reducing 3 or more sizes .34 .50 .88 1.40 1.70 2.80 4.20 6.00 8.60 11.00 24.00 34.00 77.00 


Extension Pieces (Plain) .50 .72 1.00 1.80 2.80 3.50 6.00 | 


Caps .22 .22 .22 .26 .36 .54 ,90 1.15 1.90 3.20 4.60 6.80 8.80 17.00 28.00 64.00 


Hexagon Locknuts .12 .12 .12 .20 .24 .36 .54 .70 1.10 2.00! 3.10 4.60 6.00'10.00 16.00 40.00 


Crossovers | | | 1.20 1.60 




Size Inches 


Close Pattern Open Pattern 


Return 
Bends 


V2 3/4 1 1 V4 1 y^ 2 1/2 3/4 1 1 V4 1 ¥2 2 2 V2 3 


Center to center Inches 1 IV4 V/z \y^ 2Vi6 2% IVz 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 41/2 5 




Right Hand .70 1.10 1.80 ! 2.50 j 3.40 ' 6.50 ! .90 1.50 2.40 i 3.40 4.60 8.70 14.00 18.00 




Right & Left 1.20 1.60 2.40 3.05 4.10 7.25 | 1.45 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.30 9.45 15.50 21.00 



List Prices, Each, Polished and Chromium Plated 



Size 



Inches I Vg 



y^ 



% 



Vz 



y4i 



1 1 ly^'ivai 2 1 21/2 i 3 1 31/2 1 4 



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Elbows 





Straight 


.33 .33 .33 .42 .63 1.08 1.75 2.25 3.60 7.35110.9016.35 21.60 

1 , . 1 , 


42.00 


64.50 147.00 


90° 


Reducing 


.45 .45 .54 .75 1.35 2.10 2.70 4.65 8.25 13. 00|18. 75 24.00 


50.00 


75.00 171,00 


Right & Left 


.62 .62 .83 1.12'1.72 2.35 3.051 4.70 1 








Street 


.51 .51 .51 .66 .90 1.50 2.40 3.15 5.25 9.75 16.50 24.50 31. SOj 




1 


45° 


.39 .39 .39 .45 .6911.20 1.95 2.50 3.95 8.05 12.00118. 0023. 701 


46.50 


71.25 162.00 


45^ Street 


.51 .51! -51 .66 .90 1.50 2.40 3-15 5.25 | 






Side Outlet (Plain) 


2.16 2.16 3.00;3.90 5.55 7.50 9.00 14.25 21.60 32.25 







Drop (Plain) 



I i |1.05!l.20ll.65|2.10| 



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Tees 



Straight 



.511 .51| .Slj .66, .90tl.50|2.40i3.15i 5.25] 9.75;i5.00|24.50i31.50| 63.00| 90. 001225. 00 



Reducing 



1 opening 



.601 .60! .7811. 0811. 80i2.85l3. 751 6.30|11.70'18.00|29.25|37.8Q| 75.00|108.00|270.00 



2 openings 



.661 -661 .8711. 1711.9513. 1514.201 6. 90112. 75119. 50!31. 80141. 001 82. 001117. 001292. 50 



Service 



Four-Way (Plain) 



■SliLOBjl ■5012.5513. 7515. 00; 8.25 



Drop (Plain) 



I |2.40|2.4013. 3014. 4016. 1518. 25|9.90|15. 75 



1.20 1.5012.10 2.85 I 



Crosses 



Straight 



Reducing 



.961 .96! .9611.2511.7512.3513.8014.90! 9. 00116. 80128. 50139. 00151. 00|105.00|150.00'375. 00 



1.2011.201 1.6012.15|3.0Q14.80|6.15|11.25121 .00135.70148.75163.751132.00! 187.501468.00 



Couplings 



Right Hand 



Right & Left 



.33! .331 -331 .42! .6311. 0811. 7412. 101 3.501 5-25i 7.50110.80113.80! 30.001 42.001 96.00 



45" Y-Bends 



|.511 .51! .51! ■&21 .8211.3211.9612.301 3.841 5.75! 8.30 



Reducers 



Reducing 1 or 2 sizes 



1.20il.35ll.8Q13. 0014, 80;6.30110, 50119. 50130. 001 163,00 



Reducing 3 or more sizes 



■361 •361 .481 .69|1.2011.92|2.30| 3.851 5.85! 8.25112.00tl5.001 33.001 46.00il05.00 



Extension Pieces (P lain) 
Caps 

Hexagon Locknuts 



.511 .7511. 3212. 10i2. 501 4.201 6-301 9.00|12. 90116. 50| 36.00| 51.001115.50 



■75IL08I1. 5012.7014. 2015.251 9.00 



.331 -331 .331 .391 -54| .8111.3511.70! 2.851 4.80| 6.90110.20|13.20l 25.501 42.001 96-00 



Crossovers 



.181 -181 -181 -301 .361 .541 .8111.051 1.651 3.001 4.651 6.901 9.0Q1 15.001 24.001 60,00 



1.80 2.40 



Return 
Bends 



Size 



Inches 



Close Pattern 



Open Pattern 



y% 



3/4 



11/4 11/2 1 2 



V2 



I 



3/4 



Wx IV2 



2y2 



Center to center Inches| 1 1 IV4 1 IVz 1 1^4 1 2 Mg 1 254 H IVz | 2 1 21/2 1 3 1 31/2 1 4 1 ^y^ \ 5 



Right Hand 



1.05 1 1.65 1 2.70 1 3.75 | 5.10 1 9.751! 1.35 1 2.25 1 3.60 \ 5.10 | 6.90 113.00|21.00127.0Q 



Right & Left 



1.55 2.15 13.30.4.30 5.80 10.50 1.90 2.75 4.20 5.70 7.60 13.75 22.50 30.00 



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Standard Brass Fittings 

Dimensions, in Inches 

The dimensions shown below cover 
the most currently used straight size 
fittings and Reducers. Dimensions 
of reducing sizes and of other types 
of fittings furnished on application. 




90' Elbow 90= Street Elbow 



Tee 



A 



A 



kA-'p-A* 



TOSS 



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45' Elbow 45' Street Elbow 45' Y-Bend 






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f*KH 



1— M— I 




Cap Coupling *Reducer Return Bend 



"llThread 
Engagement 





For explanation, 
see page 591. 



Si2e 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


J *K 


z 


Return Bends 


y% 


V16 


V2 


1^16 


"/16 


% 






y2 


% \ 


V4 


Size 


M N 


Siz^e 


M N 


Va 


^Vl6 


Vie 


iVs 


% 


^Vl6 






V16 


^Vl6 IV16 


3/8 


Close 


; Pattern 1 


open Pattern 


% 


IV16 


% 


IV4 


"/16 


IV16 


l^Vie 


IV16 


% 


IV16 IV16 


3/8 


V2 


1 IVz 


Vz 


lyz lys 


Vi 


1 


^Vl6 


yvi 


^Vl6 


IVlG 


23/16 


1% 


3/4 


IV16 IVs 


V2 


3/4 


iy4 1^4 


Vk 


2 21/4 


V4 


IV16 


% 


11V16 


1^16 


IV16 


2% 


l^Vl6 


ys 


IV16 IH 


V16 . 


i 


IV2 21/8 


1 


2y2 2% 


1 


IV16 


IV16 


2 


IV16 


IV2 


3Vl6 


2% 


1 


l^Vie IVie 


^Vl6 


IV4 


13/4 2»3/,g; 


iy4 


3 33/, 6 


IV4 


l^Vis 


IV4 


2V4 


IV4 


l^Vie 


3% 


2% 


IVs 


1^8 l"/l6 


IV16 


11/2 


23/i6 3 ! 


11/2 


3y2 39/1 6 


IVz 


lys 


1Vt6 


2yi6 


lys 


1% 


41/4 


3V8 


IV16 


l^Vie iy8 


^Vl6 


2 


2% 37/8 


2 


4 43/8 


2 


2Vl6 


IV2 


2y8 


l^Vie 


2V4 


5 


33/4 


IVifi 


23/16 21/16 


3/4 


■ 


2y2 


4y2 4i5/,g 


2V2 


21V16 


l^Vie 


3^Vl6 




6V4 


4^V,6 


I'Me 


2y8 31/4 


^Vl6 


3 


5 5Vi6 


3 


31/8 


2Vl6 


4V2 






7% 


5VlG 


iy4 


3Vi6 311/16 


1 






3V2 


3Vl6 


2V4 


51/8 


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1% 


3Vi6 4 


IV16 




4 


33/4 


2% 


5>Vl6 






8^Vl6 


6^yi6 


2 


3^Vi6 43/8 


lyg 




5 


4Vi6 


3Vl6 




1 








2Vl6 


43/16 3V8 


1V4 




6 


5Vl6 


3V2 








1 




2Vl6 


43/4 43/8 


IVie 




8 


6V2 


4Vl6 








1 




SVs 


5V4 51/4 


1V16 





Dimension "K** is for fittings reducing one or two sizes only. 



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Close Nipple 



For special nipples, add 
the following advances to 
the list prices shown in the 
table: 

Right & Left 50% 

Extra Strong 100% 

Polished 50% 

Copper 25% 

Red Brass 25% 

Nickel-plated 7^% 

Chromium-plated. . 100% 

Tinned 75% 

Brass Plugs page 259 

Brass Bushings page 259 

Brass Unions 

, ," pages 262 and 2$3 



Brass Nipples 



These are high quality Brass 
Nipples, made from new pipe, 
having clean, sharp threads 
accurately cut to gauge. 



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Long Nipple 







List Prices, Each 




Size 


Close 


Length of Long Nipples, Inches 


Length Each 


iy2 2 1 2y2 3 3y2 4 41/2 5 5y2 6 61/2 to 12 


Vs : V* .11 .13 ! .15 .17 .19 .21 .23 .25 .27 .29 .31 




y4 


V& . 13 


.16 .19 .22 .25 .28 .31 .34 .37 .40 .43 




3/8 ; 1 1 .15 .19 .23 .27 .31 .35 .39 .43 .47 .51 .55 




Vz 


IVs .23 .25 .30 .35 .40 .45 .50 .55 .60 .65] .70 




V4 


13/8 .28 ! .35 .42 .49 .56 .63 .70 .77 .84 .91 


A J J 


1 iy2 .37 


.44 .53 .62 .71 .80 .89 .98 1.07 1.16 


Add 


iy4 1% .60 


.75 .88 1.01 1.14 1.27 1.40 1.53 1.66 


propor- 


ly^ 13/4 -70 


.90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 1.65 1.80 1.95 


tionate 


2 


2 1.00; , 11.20 1.40 1.60 1.80, 2.00 2.20, 2.40, 2.60 


advance 


2y2 


21/2 1.70 


2.00 2.30 2.60 2.90 3.201 3.50 3.80 


per 


3 2% 2.50 


i 2.90 3.30 3.70 4.10 4.50 4.90| 5.30 


11 i^ii* 


3y2 23/4 4.00 


i 5.40 6,001 6.60 7.20 7.80 




4 27/8 4.75 1 16.15 1 6.85; 7.55| 8.25 8.95 




5 3 , 8.50 ; , , , 110.60 11.65112.70 13.75 




6 : 3V8 11.50; ' ; 1 14. 1011s. 40|16. 70 18.00 





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Brass Plugs and Bushings 









Square Head Plug Solid Plug 

(Square Head) 



Countersunk Plug 



*Bushing 
Oucstde Hexagon 



*Bushing 
Inside Hexagon 



Face Bushing 



List Prices, Each 



Size 




Inches Vs 1/4 % 1/2 34 1 


1V4 iy2 


2 21/2 3 


31/2 ' 


4 5 6 8 


Rough 




Square Head 




.11 .11 .11,13 .15 .20 


.30 .38 


.63 1.00 1.60' 


2.251 


3.00 5.00' 8.00' 20.00 


Plugs 


Solid 




.11 .11 .11 .13.18 .17 


.45i .57i 


.95 1.65'2.70' 


4.50' 
4.50 


6.50 11.00118. 00: 35.00 




Countersunk 




.13 .18 .27 


.45' .571 


.9511.6512.70 


6.50' ' 1 



Bushings 



Hexagon 



Reducing 1 or 2 sizes 



.08 .08!. 10!. 141.21 .35 .45 .65 1.30 2.00 3.00 4.00! 8.0012.00 27.00 



Reducing 3 or 
more sizes 



.12 



.17 



.25 



42 



.54 .78 



I.56I2.4OI 3. 60; 4.80 9.60:14.40, 33.00 



Face 



Reducing 1 or 2 sizes 



.19 .19 .22 .30!. 451 .60! .76' .96!l.75(3.00 3.75 5.00 



Reducing 3 or 
more sizes 



.26 .36,. 54 



72 



.92 



1.15 2.10 3.60 4.50 6.00 



Polished 




Square Head .22 .22'.22 .26L30!,40| ,60 ,761.2512.00 3.20' 4.50 6.00 10.00 16.00 


40.00 


Plugs 


Solid .22 ,22.22.26.36L54! .90|L15:i.90'3.30 5.40 9.00 13.00 22.00:36.00 


70.00 




Countersunk 1 .26 _36 .54 .90 hl5 i.90'3-30 5.40' 9.00'13.00i 




F:educing 1 or 2 sizes .16 


.161.20|.28i.42 .70: .90,1.30 2.60 4.00' 6.00 8.00,16.00|24.00 54.00 


Bushings, Hexagon 


Reducing 3 or 
more sizes 






.24 


.34 


.50 


.84 1.08 1.55 3.10!4.80| 7.20, 9.60 19.20 28.80 


66.00 


Polished and Chromium-Plated 




Square Head 


,33 


.33.33 -39 •45,60 ,90!L14 1.90 3.00 4.80' 6.75 9.00 15.00 24,00 


60.00 
105.00 


Plugs 


Solid .33 .33 


.33 .39:. 54 .81 1.35:i.70i2.85,4.95 8. lOjlS. 50119.50, 33. 00,54.00 




Countersunk \ ' .39 .54 .81I1.35 1.70;2.85'4.95'8. 10^13.50119. 50' 




Reducing 1 or 2 sizes 


.24 ,24 ,30 


.42.6311.05 1.35 1.95 3.90,6.00: 9.00:12.00:24.00 36.00! 81.00 


Bushings, 


Hexagon 


Reducing 3 or 
more sizes 








.36 


.51 


.75 1.26 1.62,2.34 4.70 7.20 10. 80. 14. 40 29.00 43.00 99.00 

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Square Head Plugs: Square Head Plugs in sizes 
J/^-inch and larger are cored, as shown in the illustra- 
tion above. Smaller sizes are made solid, being 
exactly the same as Solid Plugs. These sizes — 
yi, /^, and ^-inch — are made of rod brass. 

*Hexagon Bushings : Hexagon Bushings are made 
either with an outside or an inside hexagon, depending 
upon the size. The following Bushings have the out- 
side hexagon ; all other sizes have the inside hexagon ; 

All reduct ions 3 x 2 3^" 4 x 3 H" 

in sizes 3^x3" 4x3" 

2M"and 3>ix2>^*' 5x4" 

smaller t x 5" 



Face Bushings : Face Bushings in sizes V2-inch and 
smaller are made from bar stock. These do not have 
the two small lugs shown in the illustration above. 

Nickel-plated or Tinned Plugs and Bushings: 

Polished-nickel-plated or rough-tinned Plugs and 
Bushings can be furnished v\hen ordered. For prices, 
refer to the Crane Discount Sheet. 

Service suggestions: Square Head Plugs and 
Countersunk Plugs are generally used with the 
Standard Brass Fittings shown on pages 256 and z^j. 
Solid (Square Head) Plugs are generally used with 
the 2)0-Pound Brass Fittings shown on page zbo. 




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Brass Unions . . . .pages 262 and 263 



250-Pound Brass Fittings . . . .page 260 



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250-Pound Brass Fittings 

Dimensions, in Inches 



261 




90° Elbow 



Dimensions ofqo" Elbows, Tees, and Crosses 
apply only to straight sizes; dimensions of 
reducing sizes will be furnished on request. 



"llThread* 
Engagement 




See page 591 

for explanation. 



M| 




Tee 



. KA*|*A* 

riij '— 1_ 



A 
t 

4 
A 




-J 


. -1 





Cross 






*-F— 



45^ Elbow 



45" Y-Bend 



Cap 




Coupling Reducer 




Return Bend 



Size 


1/4 


% 


V2 


3/4 


1 


IV4 


IV2 2 2V2 


3 31/2 


4 


5 


6 


8 


A 


'Vl6 


»Vl6 


iVs 


IV16 


W2 


13/4 


I'Vie 2V4 211/16 


31/8 3V,6 


33/4 


4V2 


5Vg 


6yi6 


B 


3/4 


13/16 


ys 


1 


IVs 


IV16 


IV16 l^Vie UV16 


23/i6 23/a 


2% 


3Vl6 


3yi6 


41/4 


C 


2V2 


3 


31/2 


41/4 


47/8 534 634 


7% 8% 


93/4 


11% 


13Vl6 




D 






1% 


2V4 


23/4 


3V4 


3>3/,6 41/2 53/16 


6V8 67/8 


75/8 


9V4 


103/4 




E 








1 




11/2 li3/,e 


1% 2 


2Vl6 


23/8 


2% 


3V8 


F 


\ lVl6 


11/2 


l"/l6 


IIV16 


23/16 


2Vl6 


25/8 215/16 33/16 


33/g 49/16 


4Vi6 


5y4 


61/8 


613/16 


G 


1 1 




1 


IV2 


1% 


2V8 


2V4 2Vi6 2% 


2y8 31/8 


33/8 


37/8 


43/8 


51/4 


Z 


■ ^'% 


% 


Vi 


^^16 


IV16 


' 1V16 


1V16 ! 34 1 i54g 


1 1V16 


IVs 


1V4 


IV16 


IV16 






Close 


Patten 


1 Retur 


n Bene 


Is 




Open Pattern Return Bends 


Size 


Vz Va 


1 


11/4 


11/2 


2 


21/2 


3 4 


3/4 1 


1V4 IV! 


2 


2V2 


3 


4 


H 


W< 1V2 


I 1^4 


21/4 


2V2 


3V4 


33/4 4 


V4 6 


IVs 21/ 


^2 3 31/2 


41/2 


5V2 


6 1/2 


7y2 


J 


1^4 2Vl6 


2% 


2IV16 


31/4 


4 


4Vi6 5 


3/16 613/jg 


2V4 211/16 3S/16 334 


4% 


5Vl6 


6V16 


7Vl6 



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Inspecting and checking the alignment of Crane Screwed Fittings is carried on constantly. 



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Brass Unions and Union Elbows 

All Unions and Union Elbows shown on this page are air tested^ 

Rough 

Ground Joint — No Gasket Required 

WORKING PRESSURES — 150 pounds steam 

300 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches 



No. 521^2 

Rough 



M 



'8 



Va 



% 



No. 521 1/2, Rough Each 
End to end Inches 



'/2I V4 I 1 IIV4IIV2 I 2 1 21/2 I 3 31/2 I 4 



Use 
No. 522 



.40|.40|.48| .66 I .88 |1.28|1.52| 2.28 4.15 6.40 10.50 14.00 



lVl6|l%[iy8|l^ Vl6|2Vl6l 23/8 I 2^/2 |Z'Vl6[3Vi6| 41/8 I 45/,6 | 45/= 



■ 1 




No. 522 

Semi-Finished 



Size 



Semi-Finished or Polished 

Ground Joint — No Gasket Required 

WORKING PRESSURES — 200 pounds steam 
400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas. non-shock 

Sizes !" and larger have lugs on the inside of the end- 
pieces, as illustrated; sizes ^" and smaller do not. 

List Prices and Dimensions 




No. 523 

Polished 



Inches] i/s I 1/4 



No. 522, Semi-Finished 



% 



Vi 



¥4 



11/4 1V2 



21/2 



;| ^l'!'.,. 



No. 523 



Polished 



Eachj .50 I .50 ,50 I .60 



.82 ! 1.10 1.60 1.90 2.85 I 5.20 8.00 



Each[ .65 I .65 | .65 | .78 | 1.07 | 1.43 2.08 2.47 3.70 6.75 10.40 



End to end 



Pgligheda nd Chro mium Plated Each | .80 | .80 | .80 | .% 11.32 I 1.76 2.56 .^'n.^ 4*^0 «\n i/«n 



Inches] 1% \ 11/2 [ 15/g I ly^ I 21/g | 23/, | 25/„ |2l3/.,| 3V. I .-^9/,. 1 



'^1 :■' :, 



1 , 






Size 



Government Pattern 

Ground Joint — ^No Gasket Required 

WORKING PRESSURES — 200 pounds steam 
400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

List Prices and Dimensions 



Inches 



M 



8 



V4 



Vt 



'8 



V2 I V4 



No. 5231/2 



Rough 



1 W4 IM 



Each 



End to end 



Polished Each 

Inches 



Use 

No. 522 

Union 



2y2 



.70 I .70 I .90 jl. 2511. 6512. 30J3. 0014. 50 7.20 11.30 




1.151 1.15 I 1.50 |2. 1012.7513. 8015. 00 7.50 12.00 18.80 



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"-"" '" ^"'^ inches Union 1% l^V^e^\V^A,\2^A,i2V,,\ 25/^ | ly, \ 31/, [ S^^^TTs^ 

The No. 5233^2 Unions, when cast in the required composition, comply v/ith U. S. Navy Department Specifica 



No. 523V2 

Octagon Ends 

Rough 



tlons. 



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No. 5241/2 
90° Union Elbow 



Brass Union Elbows 

Ground Joint — No Gasket Required 

WORKING PRESSURES — 200 pounds steam 
400 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

__^ List Prices and Dimensions 



Size 



Inches | VJ 



8 



Va 



yi 



'& 



No. 5241/2, 90° Elbow 
Center to end 



V2 



Va 



Tail-pieces %" and smaller 
do not have lugs on the 
inside; larger sizes do, as 
illustrated. 

The union ring and tail- 
piece are semi-finished; 
the elbow portion is rough. 



IV4 I IV2 



Inches 



Each I .85 I .85 I .85 | 1.15 1.55 2.25 3.15 3.90 



9/ 



Center to union end Inches | IV2 j 13^ |liVie|23/i 



Radiator Union Elbows . page 78 



6.00 



^Vi6 I ^5/i6 I iy8 I IV16 I iViel 13/4 ll^Vie 21/ 



6 2% I 3 I 37/16 I 33/4 I 41/4 



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Brass Unions 




250-Pound Brass Unions 

Crane Special Brass 
Ground Tapered Joint — No Gasket Required 

WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam, 500'^ F. 
500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 

Air Tested 



No. qb E LJnions ha\'e hex- 
agon ends. The union rings 
are semi-finished; the end- 
pieces are rough. 



List Prices and Dimensions 



No. 96 E 



Size 


Inches 


V4 


% 


V2 


3/4 


1 1V4 


iy2 


2 


IV2 


3 


No. 96 E 


Each 


1.10 


1.10 


1.25 


1,75 


2.40 3.40 


4.20 


6.20 


12.00 


18.00 


End to end 


Inches 


1% 


W4 


2Vl6 


23/8 


2Vl6 2>5/i6 


3 


35/16 


35/8 


4Vl6 



These unions have steel bolts 
and nuts. 

Each union is equipped with 
a rubber gasket. 



Standard Brass Flange Unions 

Gasket Type 

WORKING PRESSURES 

150 pounds steam 
225 pounds cold water or gas, 

non-shock 




Standard 



List Prices and Dimensions 



Each flange is plain faced, with two 
V-shaped concentric grooves be- 
tween the port and the bolt holes. 



Size Inches V2 ^4 1 ^4 I Vz 1 l^t S i^i ^ 5 6 8 


Vv\cf Rnnfrh Each 4.00 4.80 5.40 7.00 8.00 10.00 12,00 14.00 17.00 20.00 35.00 45.00 62.00 


End to end Inches 1V« IVk iVifi iVifi l^Vie iy% 'iV% 3 JV16 1 3Vi6 3^8 39/i6 4 


Diameter of flanges Inches 2i3/,« ^y^ 31/1 33/* 45/r 5% b b"/i6 ^Vz i » ^^/s \ lOyg UV* 


No. and dia. of bolts 3-3/* 3-3/^ 4-3/r 4-Vib 4^1/2 4-Vi6 4-% 4-% 4-=>/g 5-=>/8 5-% 6-% 8-% 




(III (inn 




250-Pound Brass Flange Unions 




250-Pound 

Each flange is plain faced, with 
two V-shaped concentric grooves 
between the port and the bolt 
holes. 



Crane Special Brass 



Gasket Type 



WORKING PRESSURES 

250 pounds steam, 500° F. 

S75 pounds cold water or gas, 

non-shock 



List Prices and Dimensions 



These unions have cold rolled 
steel bolt-studs with cold pressed 
semi-finished nuts. 

Each union is equipped with a 
rubber gasket, suitable for satu- 
rated steam, water, or gas serv- 
ice. For superheated steam, a 
Granite gasket should be used. 
Granite gaskets are furnished 
only when ordered and are 
charged extra; see page 571 for 
hst prices. 



Size 


Inches 


3/4 


1 


1V4 


IV2 


2 


21/2 


3 


3y2 


4 


5 


6 


8 


Price, Rough 


Each 


7.75 


8.75 


11.20 


12.75 


16.00 


19.25 


22.50 


27.00 


32.00 


56.00 


72.00 


100.00 


End to end 


Inches 


15/16 


1V16 


UVie 


113/16 


2Vl6 


23/16 


2Vl6 


21V16 


213/16 


21V1G 


3Vl€ 


3Vl6 


Diameter of flanges 


Inches 


ay* 


3% 


41/8 


4% 


5% 


6 


6V4 


7V2 


8 


93/8 


lOVs 


131/4 


No, and dia, of bolts 




4- Vie 


4-V16 


4-1/2 


4-V2 


5-V16 


5-^8 


6-% 


6-% 


7-% 


8-3/4 


9-3/4 


10-3/4 



i v 




I 1 : 



Extra Gaskets . . . page 571 




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150 and 300-Pound 




Brass Flanged Fittings and Flanges 



WORKING PRESSURES 

150-Pound — 150 pounds saturated steam 

— 225 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 
300-Pound — 300 pounds steam, 550° F. 

— 500 pounds cold water, oil, or gas, non-shock 



90° Elbow 
No. 2100. 150-Pound 
No. 2105, 300-Pound 







Cross 
No, 2103, 150-Pound 
No. 2108, 300-Pound 



Brass Companion Flange 
No. 2104, 150-Pound 
No. 2109, 300-Pound 



45° Elbow 
No. 2101, 150-Pound 
No. 2106, 3a0-Pound 



Tee 
No. 2102, 150-Pound 
No. 2107, 300-Pound 




Forged Steel Flange 

No. 300 E, 300-Pound 

Use with Brass Products 



List Prices, Each, Faced, Drilled, and Spot Faced 



sue Inches 3/4 1 Wa Wi 2 2V2 3 -i'A ^ 5 6 8 . 




No. 2100, 90= Elbows 13.00 14.00 16.00 2L0Oi26.Q0 35-00 45.00 60.00 70.00 95.00 125.00 214-00 




No. 2101, 45° Elbows 14.00 15.00 17.00 23.00 28.50 38.50 49.00 65.00 75.00 100.00 135.00 229.00 


150 

Pound 


No. 2102, Tees 19.50 21.00 24.00 31.50 39.00 52.50 67.50 90.00 105.00 140.00 190.00 321.00 


No. 2103, Crosses 26.00 28.00 32.00 42.00 52.00 1 70.00 90.00 120.00 140.00 190.00 250.00 428.00 




No. 2104. Screwed Flanees ] 2.50! 3.00 3.50 4.50 5.50 6.50 8.00 10.00 12.50 15.00 18.75 27.50 




No. 2105, 90" Elbows 16.00 17.50 20.50 26.50 33.00 44.50 52.00 76.00 90,00 120.00 158.00 270.00 




No. 2106, 45° Elbows 17.00|19.00 21.50 29.00 36.00 48.50 62.00| 82.00 95.00 126.00 170.00 290.00 


300 


No. 2107, Tees 24.50 26.50 30.50 40.00 49.00 66.00 85.00 115.00 135.00 177.00 240.00 405.00 


Pound 


No. 2108, Crosses 31. 50135. 50140. 50 53.00 66.00 88.00 115.00 155.00 177.00 240.00 315.00 540.00 




No. 2109, Screwed Flanges 3.00 3.6014.20 5.40 6.60 7.80 9.60 12.00 15.00 18.00 22.50 33.00 




No. 300 E, Forged Steel Flanges 8.00 8.00 9.00 10.00 11.00 13.00 15.00 19.00 20.00 24.00 27.00 35.00 



150-Pound: The r 50-Pound line is made of red 

brass. Dimensions conform to the \1SS 150-Pound 
SP Bronze Flange and Flanged Fitting Standard 
(No. SP-2-iq37). Sizes i-inch and larger interchange 
with American Standard Cast Iron Flanged Fittings 
and Flanges, Class 1 25, differing only in flange 
thickness and in facing. 

300-Pound: The 300-Pound line, except the No. 
300 E, is made of Crane Special Brass, a high grade 
steam metal. Dimensions conform to the MSS 
300-Pound SP Bronze Flange and Flange Fitting 
Standard (No. SP-2-iq37). Sizes i-inch and larger 
interchange \^'ith 250-Pound American Standard 
Cast Iron Flanged Fittings and Flanges, differing 
only in flange thickness and in facing. 

The No. 300-E Flanges are forged steel, and are for 
use with 300-Pound brass vah'es and fittings. 

Facing: Flanges are plain faced, with two V-shaped 



concentric grooves between the port and the bolt 
holes. Full face gaskets should be used. 

Drilling: These fittings and fianges are furnished 
faced, drilled, and spot faced unless ordered faced 
only. Prices include facing and drilling to the MSS 
Standard, and spot facing. No deduction is made 
when ordered faced only. 

Bolting to iron or steel material : When brass 
flanged fittings and flanges are bolted to iron or steel 
material which normally has a raised face, the raised 
face should be removed to provide a full face bearing 
for the gasket. Brass flanged material should not be 
bolted to Cranelap Flanged Pipe Joints. 

Additional sizes and types r Other sizes and types, 

reducing sizes, and brass flanged fittings and flanges 
made from regular 125 and 2 50-pound cast iron 
patterns can be made to order; prices will be fur- 
nished on application. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 




Va 1 IVa IV2 2 


21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 8 




Center to face, 90"" Elbows, Tees, Crosses 


31/4 31/2 33/4 4 41/2 


5 51/2 6 6V2 71/2 8 9 


150 


Center to face, 45"" Elbows 


! 13/4 W4 2 1 2V4 21/2 


3 3 31/2 4 41/2 5 51/2 


Pound 


Diameter of flanges 


3% 41/4 45/8 5 6 


7 71/2 81/2 9 10 11 131/2 




Thickness of flanges 


>V32 % ^¥32 VlG V2 


V16 % "/l6!"/l6 V4 'V16 *VlG 




Center to face, 90" Elbows, Tees, Crosses 


31/2 4 41/4 41/2 5 


51/2 6 6I/2 7 8 8I/2 10 


300 


Center to face, 45° Elbows 


2 2 2V2 23y4 3 


31/2 31/2 4 41/2 5 51/2 6 


Pound 


Diameter of flanges 


45/8 4% 51/4 61/8 6V2 


71/2(81/4 9 10 U 121/2 15 




Thickness of flanges 


^V32 ^V32 % »Vl6 Va 


IV16 "/32 31/32 IV16 IVS !lVl6 1% 



Templates far drilling. . . page 550 



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Railing Fittings 



Brass Ball Pattern Railing Fittings page 267 

Malleable Iron Ball Pattern Railing Fittings pages 26S and i6q 

* " Stair Railing Fittings page 270 

" " Adjustable Railing Fittings page 271 

* " Enclosure Railing Fittings page 271 

" " Plain Pattern Railing Fittings page ^7^ 

* ■ " Auxiliary Fittings for Railings page 272 

Railing Threads — Dimensions and Normal Engagement page 266 

Rivets for Railings — Size of Ri\ets and Drilling page zbb 



265 



Crane Shops can furnish Pipe Railings of all descrip- 
tions and for a large variety of ser\ ices. They can 
be manufactured from any kind of commercial pipe, 
using any of the regular railing fittings listed or 
special types when exceptional conditions prevail. 

Pipe Railings can be supplied with the fittings and 
pipe loose, all completely cut to length and prepared 
ready for field assembly. Small si-es of railings and 
sections of large railings can be assembled in Crane 
Shops and delivered to the field site for final assembly 
by the user. 

Beyond the scope of the regular Railing Fittings, 
Crane Co. can provide special fittings for screwed, 
slip, or slip and pinned joints to iill every require- 
ment. For long railings, the posts can be assembled 
separately, using threaded joints, and the horizontal 



runs of the fittings reamed and drilled for slip and 
pin connections; random runs of pipe can then be 
economicallv utilized to complete the railing in the 
field. 

When so desired, special Pipe Railings requiring bent 
sections or welded construction can be fabricated in 
Crane Shops. 

Orders and inquiries for price or information on Pipe 
Railings should be accompanied by a sketch showing 
dimensions. In the case of stair railings, the angle 
should be specified. 

Inquiries or orders should also specify the kind and 
finish ot the pipe, the t> pe or figure number ot the 
fittings, details regarding the openings, and whether 
or not partially or completely assembled. 



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2-inch Galvanized Double Pipe Railing — total length of railing 6000 feet 



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Crane Railing Pipe Threads 



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Threading Tolerance : 

Nothing Large 

One turn Small 



Am, Std, Pipe Thread Gauge 

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Dotted lines show the 
amount that an American 
Standard Pipe Thread is 
shortened at the end. 




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T 

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Total Taper ^^"irich per Foot 



Crane Railing Fitting Thread Assembly 

The recess in the fitting provides a 
covering for the last scratch or 
imperfect thread on the Railing 

Pipe making a neat appearing joint. 



Dimensions, in Inches 



Size 

of 
Pipe 



O.D, 

of 
Pipe 



Number 

of 

Threads 

Per 

Inch 



K 

Pitch 

Dia. 

at 

End 

of 

Male 

Thread 



S 

Effec- 
tive 

Length 
Am. 
Std. 
Pipe 

Thread 



M 

Effec- 
tive 
Length 
Am. Std 
Railing 

Pipe 
Thread 



N 

Total 

Length 

of 

Male 
Thread 
(Max.) 



R 

Amount 
Am. Std. 

Pipe 

Thread is 

Shortened 

at the End 



Thds. Inches 



Pitch 

of 

Thread 



L 

Imperfect 

Threads 

due to 

Lead of 

Die, 
(MaxO 



Thds, Inches 



D 

Length 

of 

Pipe 

Entering 

Recessed 

Railing 

Fitting 



E 

Normal 
Engage- 
ment 
for 
Railing 
Threads 



Vz 


.840 


14 


.77182 


.5337 


.3194 


.4980 


3 


.2143 


.07143 


21/2 


.1786 


V2 


.3194 


V4 


1.050 


14 


.98107 


.5457 


.3314 


.5100 


3 


.2143 


.07143 


21/2 


.1786 


1/2 


.3314 


1 


1.315 


111/2 


1.22993 


.6828 


.4219 


.6393 


3 


.2609 


.08696 


21/2 


.2174 


% 


.4219 


1^4 


1.660 ' 


iiy2 


1.57343 


.7068 


.4459 


.7068 


3 


.2609 


.08696 


3 


.2609 


^Vl6 


.4459 


IV2 


1.900 


11 1/2 


1.81239 


.7235 


.4626 


.7235 


3 


.2609 


.08696 


3 


.2609 


Va 


.4626 


2 


2.375 


111/2 


2,28532 


.7565 


.4956 


.7565 


3 


.2609 


.08696 


3 


.2609 


3/4 


.4956 


2V2 


2.875 


8 


2.75078 


1.1375 


.6375 


1.0125 


4 


.5000 


.12500 


3 


.3750 


1 


.6375 


3 


3.500 


8 


3.37188 


1.2000 


.7000 


1.0750 


4 


.5000 


.12500 


3 


.3750 


IV16 


.7000 


3y2 


4.000 i 


8 


3.86875 


1.2500 


.7500 


1.1250 


4 


.5000 


.12500 


3 


.3750 


IVs 


.7500 


4 


4.500 


8 


4.36563 


1.3000 


.8000 


1.1750 


4 


.5000 


. 12500 


3 


.3750 


1V16 


.8000 



Cutting Railing Pipe Threads 



The abo\'e Railing Pipe Threads are the same as the 
American Standard Taper Pipe Threads except they 
are shortened at the small end by 3 or 4 threads as 
shown in Column "R". Regular solid or adjustable 
dies may be used, making allowance for the 3 or 4 
threads that this thread is shortened. The dies, 



therefore, should only be run on far enough to 
provide the specified "R" dimension. 
The total thread length "N"' is maximum and if 
necessary may be shorter provided the length of 
imperfect threads "L" caused by the lead of the die is 
reduced the same amount. 



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Rivet Data 



When Malleable 1 ton Stair Railing Fittings shown on 
page z/O are supplied, they will have the horizontal 
and inclined openings reamed for a slip joint and 

Dimensions, in Inches 



drilled for rivets. 
on pages 268 and 

for rivets, when 



Nommal 
Pipe 
Size 

of 
Fitting 



Drilling of 

Rivet Holes for All 

Mall. Iron Railing Fittings 



Diameter 
of Hole 



C. of Hole to 
End of Fitting 



Diam- 
eter 

of 
Rivet 



Length of Rivet 
(measured fronn under head) 



Ball Pat., p. 268 

Plain Pat., p. 272 

No. 77 Cross, p. 271 



Stair 

Railing 

Fittings, p. 270 



V2 


V16 


VlG 


V16 


IV4 




3/4 


V16 


V16 


V16 


IV2 




1 


V4 


% 


V4 


IV4 


2 


1V4 


V4 


% 


V4 


21/4 


2% 


1V2 


Va 


% 


V4 


2V2 


2% 


2 


V16 


% 


Vie 


3 


31/4 


2V2 


VlG 


VlG 


V16 


31/2 




3 


V16 


Vie 


V16 


4V4 




31/2 


% 


V2 


3/8 


5 




4 


% 


V2 


% 


51/2 





Other Railing Fittings illustrated 
272 can also be especially prepared 
so ordered; prices on application. 

For all Crane Ra