Ethane Cracking Furnaces

Ethane cracking furnaces are considered the most important process units within ethylene plants. The link between chemical companies and petroleum refineries, ethane cracking furnaces are where thermal cracking reaction occurs and product yield is defined. Ethane cracking furnaces require products that can help meet the high environmental thermal efficiencies and emissions, while allowing maximum heat recovery.

At Edgen Murray we have the ability to leverage our long standing manufacturing relationships, to service you with the quality materials that meet the ever-more stringent environmental specifications refineries are facing. We supply the necessary carbon steel products and a full range of chrome moly grades that are required for ethane cracking furnaces. We offer global coordination of specialized fabrication, and an experienced Downstream project management team that oversees the procurement to delivery project lifecycle.

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Pipe and Tube Edgen Murray carries a full range of carbon and alloy pipe, both for structural and process applications, in a variety of material offerings, as well as all complementary pipe components, fittings and flanges. We also offer a range of clad material, to meet bespoke requirements.
Valves Edgen Murray is a stocking distributor for several quality valve brands and can supply almost any valve requirement. We supply valves from leading manufacturers to meet MRO and Project requirements – ball, gate, globe, check, plug, butterfly, and needle valves. In addition, Edgen Murray provides full automation packages built in-house to customer specifications.
Pipe Components Edgen Murray provides a full range of fittings and flanges to complement our pipe and tubular offerings.
Plate Edgen Murray specializes in the supply and distribution of high strength steels suitable for varying applications. All materials are manufactured by globally reputable steel manufacturers and available from regional stocking facilities or project specific production allocations with partner mills.

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