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What’s Ahead for Key Markets?

More than 125 people from both the Valve Manufacturers Association and the Hydraulic Institute gathered in Boston last week for VMA’s Annual Market Outlook Workshop. Forecasts for the oil and gas industries, process control stocks, petrochemical and water/wastewater sectors are just a few of the topics presented. Read our preview on VALVEmagazine.com and learn what the experts are saying about 2015.  MORE

VMA MEMBERS

Franklin Valve Opens North Houston Manufacturing Facility  MORE

Engis Corporation Joins VMA  MORE

FCX Performance Acquires Corrosion Fluid Products MORE

Teadit North America Moves into New Texas Facilities  MORE

Peru’s VAMSAC Joins Emerson Process Management  MORE

END-USER INDUSTRIES

New Fracking Wastewater Treatment Technology Explored  MORE

Mexico Opening Oil Industry to Private Firms  MORE

U.S. Process Instrumentation Market Adding $13.6B by 2018  MORE

Demand for Gas in Europe Back Down to 2000 Levels  MORE

EPA Approves Petrochemical Complex Expansion in Texas  MORE

MANUFACTURING & THE ECONOMY

Feds Delay Proposed ‘Factoryless Goods Producer’ Category  MORE

Job Openings at Highest Level Since 2001, Hiring Also Up  MORE

Second Quarter Productivity Up 2.5% in U.S.  MORE

Factory Orders Up 1.1% in June, Beating Expectations  MORE

ISM Manufacturing Index Hits 3-Year High in July  MORE

VALVE MAGAZINE

From the Summer Issue…

Mitigating the Effects of Cycling a Power Plant

Today’s power plants must cycle to meet their objectives. But most plants in North America were not designed to be operated in a cycling manner. This has had negative effects on the control valves associated with the feedwater system of a typical power plant, giving rise to the need for new practices that must be implemented to mitigate or negate these effects entirely.  MORE

Fall Issue Preview…

Emergency Sealing vs. Valve Repair

Long gone are the days of unscheduled outages for replacing valves that fail to seal. Even if all conventional methods fail, dozens of designs incorporate multiple body parts, top and bottom entry designs and sophisticated seat sealant systems. These simple valve designs make emergency sealing and repair safer and easier for technicians and allow for aggressive sealing procedures.

VMA NEWS

Register for Valve Basics Course While Lower Rates Still Apply

If you’ve not yet made plans to attend VMA’s Valve Basics Seminar & Exhibits, Oct. 30-31 at Planet Hollywood in LasVegas, now is the time to do so. The last day for the reduced registration fee is in less than 2 weeks. Registration for the event is $690 ($725 after Sept. 2) and $660 ($695 after Sept. 2) for each additional registrant from the same company. Go to VMA.org to find out more about VMA’s consistently well-received Valves, Actuators & Controls 101 course, along with the popular Valve Petting Zoo. MORE

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EVENTS

Sept. 27-Oct. 1
WEFTEC 2014
New Orleans
www.weftec.org

Oct. 30-31
Valve Basics Seminar & Exhibits: Valves, Actuators & Controls 101
LasVegas
www.vma.org

Dec. 2-4
Valve World Expo & Conference 2014
Düsseldorf, Germany
www.valve-world.org

Dec. 9-11
Power-Gen International
Orlando, FL
www.power-gen.com

 

 
 


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