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Fugitive Emissions—Issues and Opportunities

Fugitive Emissions—Issues and Opportunities

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Problem-Driven Innovation

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Valve Repair Takes Center Stage in Houston

Valve Repair Takes Center Stage in Houston

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What Internal Best Practices Can Do for Valve Selection

What Internal Best Practices Can Do for Valve Selection

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How Will Brexit Affect the Manufacturing Industry?

Monday, 27 June 2016  |  Chris Guy

The day after the Brexit decision, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) chief economist Chad Moutray addressed the UK vote to leave the EU and it...

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Curtiss-Wright Awarded Contracts for U.S. Naval Defense Platforms

4 DAYS AGO

Curtiss-Wright announced that it has been awarded contracts valued in excess of $80 million to provide valves for the U.S. Navy’s Virginia-class submarines and Ford-class aircraft carriers. The awards were received from Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc. and General Dynamics Electric Boat Division ...

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DeZURIK Adds Dedicated Clean Room to Sartell Plant

5 DAYS AGO

In order to ensure proper cleaning procedures are performed on valves intended for oxygen, ozone, chlorine, hydrogen peroxide, isocyanate and other applications, DeZURIK has constructed a new dedicated clean room within its Sartell, MN manufacturing plant.

Operated by trained cleaning technicians, DeZU...

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Global Upstream Spending Slashed by $1 Trillion

3 DAYS AGO

Global upstream development spending from 2015 to 2020 has been cut by 22% or $740 billion since the oil price started to drop two years ago, according Wood Mackenzie's research . When you include cuts to conventional exploration investment, the figure increases to just over $1 trillion. Expect to see...

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EPA Bans Fracking Wastewater Disposal at Public Treatment Plants

6 DAYS AGO

The EPA has finalized a rule establishing pretreatment standards for discharges of wastewater from onshore unconventional oil and gas (UOG) extraction facilities to municipal sewage treatment plants (also known as publicly owned treatment works, or POTWs). The rule is designed to prevent the discharge...

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How Will Brexit Affect the Manufacturing Industry?

37 MINS AGO

The day after the Brexit decision, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) chief economist Chad Moutray addressed the UK vote to leave the EU and its effect on the manufacturing industry as well as the element of uncertainty it adds to the global marketplace.

According to Moutray, “If you are...

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U..S. Durable Goods Orders Down 2.2% in May

3 DAYS AGO

New orders for manufactured durable goods in May decreased $5.3 billion or 2.2% to $230.7 billion, the Commerce Department announced today. This decrease , down following two consecutive monthly increases, followed a 3.3% April increase. Excluding transportation, new orders decreased 0.3%. Excluding d...

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Texas to require fracking disclosure; Chinese co. guilty of making fake valves

 

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INDUSTRY HEADLINES

Crane Co. Appoints Max Mitchell Chief Operating Officer

Texas Becomes First to Require Fracking Disclosure

Survey: Manufacturers’ Pessimism is on the Rise

Emerson Selected for Europe’s Largest Carbon Capture Demonstration Project

Chinese Companies Found Guilty of Making Fake Valves

Dresser Helps MOL Danube Plant Earn Plant of the Year Award

China May Increase Oil Refining Capacity 33% by 2016, IEA Says

Machine Tool Consumption Slows, But Continues to Dwarf 2010

ITT Names Key Global Water Business Leaders Prior to Planned Spinoff

Natural Gas Gives Edge to U.S. Manufacturers

Rotork Acquires Valco Valves and Automation AS

Texas’ Economy Takes a Big Leap

Mueller Co. Signs Agreement with Advanced Valve Technologies

Obama Backs NAM-Endorsed Skills Certification System

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ASSOCIATION NEWS: 'Valve Petting Zoo' Receives Top Ratings at Basics Seminar in Calgary

More than 60 end-users, distributors, valve manufacturers and mechanical engineering students gathered on the campus of the University of Calgary June 6 and 7 for VMA’s Valves & Actuators 101 course as well as to view tabletop exhibits of valves, actuators and related products. VMA held its first "valve petting zoo," an event that encouraged attendees to examine a variety of valves and actuators. Each group that visited the zoo spent 15 minutes with each of seven presenters knowledgeable about particular product types such as multi-turn valves; check valves; quarter-turn valves; pressure relief valves; actuators—pneumatic and hydraulic; actuators—electric; and control valves and systems. One young engineer, a year out of school, joked: "You mean a valve isn’t just the bow-tie shape found on P&IDs? Who knew?"

Among attendees were 13 advanced-level mechanical engineering students from the University of Calgary, who were an enthusiastic addition to the mix. Their registration fees were funded under a scholarship program from VMA’s educational foundation, the Friends of the Crawford Library, Inc.

# REGISTRATION FOR THE NEXT VALVE BASICS SEMINAR & EXHIBITS, Oct. 26-27 at the Embassy Suites Chicago-O'Hare, Rosemont, IL, will open on VMA.org by July 1. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


VALVE MAGAZINE PREVIEW: Extreme Testing

Gone forever are the days when testing valves meant filling them up with water, adding pressure and looking for leaks. Valves and actuators face increasing challenges in the field from higher pressures and temperatures to extreme cold and special service applications. That means that the people responsible for specifying and choosing the products are demanding more rigorous, diversified ways to test. The summer issue of Valve Magazine addresses “Extreme Valve Testing.”

The issue also offers a Back to Basics article on solenoid valves. Often considered as accessories, these valves are critical in the applications where they are used. And watch for articles on hydraulic actuators as well as some of the technology tools that valve and actuator companies use to draw people to their websites.

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WEBSITE ONLY: The Canadian Oil Sands Industry

We look north to one of the most lucrative sources of crude oil today: the Canadian Oil Sands industry. A special Web-only article on ValveMagazine.com assesses the general situation for the oil and gas industry in Canada and explains why oil sands are so important, what limits there are in getting to the oil sands crude, and what this source means to both the U.S. and Canada.

# WE REGULARLY POST NEW ARTICLES on Valve Magazine.com. Find out what you've missed by highlighting the Web-only link in the navigation bar, then select Web Exclusive from the drop-down menu, or click here for a list of articles.

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Mueller Systems: Remote Disconnect Meter for Water

Mueller Systems’ 420 Remote Disconnect Meter is the water industry’s fully integrated remote disconnect meter that municipalities can use to remotely connect and disconnect water services through advanced metering infrastructure. More...


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Stop by The VMA Store to order our NEW article compilation: Actuators & Controls, a full-color, spiral bound book with 24 articles. Also available: the Back to Basics compilation, 17 articles on all the major valve types. More...


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bibcardboardbox-small VMA’s BASICS IN A BOX™ training program —suitable for end-users, manufacturers, distributors and others working in and around the valve industry—is designed to help companies conduct a one-day Valves & Actuators 101 course at their plants or facilities. The program contains a tabbed manual with 8 lessons and includes copies of 400+ slides, instructor notes, student handouts, review questions and more—plus a CD! More...


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