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Fisher™ easy-e™ Cryogenic Control Valve
Typical Fisher easy-e cryogenic control valve with extension bonnet
The Fisher easy-e cryogenic valve is a globe style, single-port, valve featuring stainless steel construction materials and fabricated extension bonnets.
These cryogenic valves are designed to provide throttling or on/off control of liquids and gases at cryogenic temperatures as low as -198°C (-325°F). When required, these rugged valves can reliably provide tight shutoff for special applications within the chemical and hydrocarbon processing industries, such as certain liquefied natural gas services.
Fisher™ easy-e™ Cryogenic Control Valve


SIL capable, Fugitive Emission, NACE
Critical Service
Noise Abatement, General Service
Flow Characteristics
Equal percentage, Linear, Special Characterization
Operating Temperature
Pressure Class
Process Connection Type
Shutoff Class
Class IV (FCI 70-2), Class V (FCI 70-2), Class VI (FCI 70-2)
Valve Size
NPS 1 through NPS 30
Valve Size Standard
Other Configurations
Contact your local Emerson business partner or sales office to learn about additional specifications or options for this product.


  • ENVIRO-SEAL™ packing systems provide an improved stem seal to help prevent the loss of process fluid.
  • The stainless steel materials, specialized seals, and extension bonnet are designed to meet cryogenic temperature requirements.
  • The metal-to-metal seat is designed and manufactured to provide long-lasting, reliable, tight shutoff at both ambient and cryogenic temperatures, without the need for periodic lapping.
  • Rugged cage guiding for the ET-C and EWT-C provides high valve plug stability, which reduces vibration and mechanical noise.
  • ET-C and EWT-C balanced valve plugs permit the use of smaller, lower-cost Fisher actuators.
  • Low flow requirements can be satisfied with standard restricted-capacity trim or with Micro-Form, Micro-Flute, or Micro-Flow valve plugs.
  • Extensive cryogenic testing during the development of the valve design reduces the need for expensive cold testing for most applications, which results in quicker delivery and greater value.