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Savage, M.

John Crane Inc., Warwick, Rhode Island

Mark Savage is a Product Group Manager at John Crane, responsible for the application, design and development of metal bellows seals for pumps, compressors and rotating machinery. He has worked in the sealing industry for 25 yr and has been involved with the development of best practices for shaft seals and their support systems. Mr. Savage holds a BE degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Sydney, Australia. He is a member of the Fluid Sealing Association and Vice Chair of the Association’s Mechanical Seal Division, Chair of the Mechanical Seal Technical Committee and Vice Chair of the Government Relations Committee. He is also a member of NACE International and the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE). Mr. Savage has authored several publications on mechanical seals and support systems and their application to minimize environmental impact.

Pump sealing for low-temperature hydrocarbons and liquefied atmospheric gases

John Crane Inc.: Savage, M.

Pumping of low-temperature and cryogenic fluids requires specific and unique engineering technologies for the shaft sealing system.

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