John Crane secures energy transition contracts in USA

John Crane has secured contracts for two major initiatives involving blue hydrogen and battery storage projects in the southern regions of the United States.

In the first endeavor, John Crane has been chosen to deliver dry gas seals for three supercritical CO2 compressors as part of a large-scale blue ammonia project situated in Texas, USA. Given its extensive involvement in carbon capture projects globally, John Crane stands out as a leading provider of cutting-edge sealing technology solutions. With its unique expertise, the company is well-positioned to offer comprehensive support to ensure smooth operations and maintenance post-installation.

Furthermore, John Crane has landed a significant agreement to provide wet seals for nearly one hundred pumps to a zero-emission vehicle electric battery manufacturing facility, also located in Texas, USA. This comprehensive project encompasses various pump types, underscoring John Crane’s versatility and unwavering commitment to promoting sustainability across a wide range of applications.

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