CIRCOR International, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets valves and other engineered products, and sub-systems worldwide. It operates in three segments: Energy, Aerospace, and Flow Technologies. The Energy segment offers flanged-end and threaded-end floating and trunnion ball, needle, check, butterfly, large forged steel ball, gate, control, and relief valves; and pipeline closures, launcher and receiver systems, and pressure regulators for use in oil, gas and chemical processing, and industrial applications. This segment provides its products under the KF, Pibiviesse, Mallard Control, Hydroseal, Contromatics, SF Valvulas, Sagebrush, and Pipeline Engineering brands, as well as Circor Energy brand. The Aerospace segment offers aerospace landing gears, precision valves, control valves, relief valves, solenoid valves, pressure switches, regulators, impact switches, actuators, speed indicators/tachometers, and DC electric motors used in hydraulic, fuel, water, air, and electro-mechanical systems for of military and commercial aerospace applications. This segment provides its products under the CIRCOR Aerospace, Aerodyne Controls, Circle Seal Controls, Loud Engineering, Industria, Bodet Aero, and Motor Technology brands. The Flow Technologies segment offers precision valves, compression tube fittings, manifolds, steam conditioning valves, turbine by-pass valves, control valves, relief valves, butterfly valves, regulators, strainers, and sampling systems for various markets, such as power generation, industrial and process, chemical and refining, and industrial and commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning/steam. This segment's brands include Cambridge Fluid Systems, Hale Hamilton, Leslie Controls, Nicholson Steam Trap, GO Regulator, Hoke, CIRCORTech, Spence Engineering, CPC-Cryolab, RTK, Rockwood Swendeman, Spence Strainers, Dopak Sampling Systems, and Texas Sampling. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.
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