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Protect drilling pipelinesfrom overpressure

The CRV26 pressure-relief valve (PRV; photo) is engineered to protect drilling systems, used for petroleum recovery, from overpressurization. It is the first of its kind to be rated for 10,000-psi systems, according to the company. The CRV26 PRV is suitable for frelief in hydraulic fracturing systems, mud-pump relief and managed-pressure drilling, and it is compatible with API 6A and NACE MR0175 requirements, according to its manufacturer. — Cortec, Fluid Control Div., Houma, La.

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