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valve magazine enewsletter   News for VALVE readers who procure, specify, use, maintain, repair, sell and manufacture valves, actuators & controls. VALVE eNews is distributed every two weeks to 25.000 industry professionals

Selecting Control Valves for Severe Service

Control valves, while always critical to the operation of a process, are particularly hard to select when that process involves high pressures, high temperatures or abrasive flow conditions. Valve type, trim design and materials for control valves determines the level at which they can resist adverse conditions and maintain their performance. MORE

Basics Registration Open;  Early-bird Deadline is Aug. 31

VMA's popular Valve Basics Seminar & Exhibits takes place Nov. 12-14 at the Houston Area Safety Council. This year's event offers two 1.5-day courses: Valves 101 -  Industrial Valves & Materials, and Valves 201 - Control Valves, Automation & Special Applications. Attend one or both courses; register before Sept. 1 for best rates. MORE

VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Victaulic Wins Gold Dealer Design Award MORE

Emerson Automates First Caspian Subsea Project MORE

Conval’s Michael Hendrick Retiring in October MORE

CPV Manufacturing Partnering with Global-Systems MORE


 

END-USER NEWS

$5.6B Petrochemical Facility Planned in Canada MORE

U.S. Crude Oil Exports Reach New Highs MORE

Oil Market Re-Balancing Slows Down MORE

Global Chemicals Output Continues on a Solid Note MORE

Chevron Phillips, Qatar Petroleum to Develop Petrochemical Project MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Summer 2019:

The Economics of Valve Repair

The debate about whether it's cheaper to repair a valve or replace it starts with an analysis of the total cost of ownership, which considers factors such as cost to fix the valve, age of the valve, size and complication level, how critical the valve is and other realities.MORE
 

Fall 2019: 

Managing Valves in EPCM Projects

Coming this fall is an article explaining engineering, procurement, construction, management systems and how valve suppliers and makers are affected by each phase of the process.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Durable Goods Orders Increased 2.0% in June MORE

GDP Slows to 2.1% Growth in Second Quarter MORE

U.S. Leading Economic Indicators Declined in June MORE

Demand Up in Philadelphia Fed Survey MORE

New York Area Manufacturing Activity Rebounds, Hiring Weak MORE

 


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