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Hydraulic fluid valve
controlshut-offfor aircraft

hydraulic fluid valve
hydraulic fluid valve
hydraulic fluid valve
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for hydraulic fluids
shut-off, control
for aircraft
Other characteristics
manually-operated, service


Crissair, Inc. designs and manufactures several manually operated, rotary-type valves that shut off or redirect supply pressure and flow. Generally, the manual operation is achieved via a handle that is ergonomically designed for the human hand. Some designs employ splines or shafts that connect to different types of linkages or wrenches. WHY CHOOSE OUR COMPANY? We are proud of our reputation for providing excellent products for our clients in the military and commercial aircraft industries. We integrate first-time quality into every process. Our company was founded in 1954, and we have maintained our reputation for quality ever since, having provided service to almost every major subcontractor and airframe manufacturer. Crissair, Inc. is recognized widely as the global leader in designing and manufacturing aircraft fluid control components. In total, we have more than 11,000 designs in our system, and we can work with individual clients in order to customize specific products designed to meet their individual requirements. From our innovative engineering process, which utilizes state-of-the-art design techniques and machinery, to our advanced 70,000 square foot manufacturing facility, we are committed to maintaining the highest standards in the industry. We prioritize our customers, developing long-term loyalty with our commitment to their needs and to hearing their requests. Our core values have not changed since Crissair was founded in 1954: Our customers come first, and our products are made with pride, precision, and excellence.
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