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March 9, 2006
NASA has given Flowserve Corp., Irving, Tex., a certificate of appreciation for custom engineering new valves for the agency's Johnson, Marshall, and Stennis Space Centers.

NASA has given Flowserve Corp., Irving, Tex., a certificate of appreciation for custom engineering new valves for the agency's Johnson, Marshall, and Stennis Space Centers. Flowserve's work for NASA

includes cryogenic split-body control valves that avoid the leakage of conventional split-bodies. The new designs let NASA use one valve with replaceable trims in place of several competitive valves.

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