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valve magazine enewsletter   Valve Magazine Spring 2015VIEW THE LATEST VALVE MAGAZINE ONLINE EDITION HERE
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VMA NEWS

VMA Launches Valve Careers website

As part of its new initiative to attract young people to the valve industry, VMA has created ValveCareers.com, a resource for students and recent graduates. The site profiles some of the “Young Valve Professionals”—YVPs—who currently work for VMA member companies and who can enthusiastically attest to why a career in this industry is worth consideration. Young adults can learn about valve manufacturing, review information about VMA member companies, and link to member websites and career pages. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., VMA careers program coordinator, for more information.

VALVE MANUFACTURING

Curtiss-Wright's Enertech Representing ITT Brand in Nuclear Industry  MORE

Metso Receives Valve Order for Chinese Mill Project MORE

McJunkin Red Man Awarded 3-Year Integrated Supply Agreement in CA  MORE

CIRCOR Energy Names Erik Wiik President  MORE

VALVE MAGAZINE

In the Spring 2015 issue…

Back to Basics: Mechanical and Compression Packing

Mechanical and compression packing has advanced tremendously in the past 30 years as environmental concerns about valve leakage and EPA rules have come to the forefront. While it may appear to be a simple topic, many variables come into play when attempting to understand the proper use and application of these products.MORE

Coming in the Summer 2015 issue…

Understanding Cavitation

Cavitation is a concern for plant operators and maintenance personnel because it can reduce plant availability and profitability. Cavitation can decrease flow capability through control valves, as well as have a harmful effect on materials, and produce excessive noise and excessive vibration.

END-USER INDUSTRIES

Texas Proceeds Against Shale Disposal Wells Linked to Quakes  MORE

Do Engineers Add Unnecessary Costs in Offshore Energy?  MORE

U.S. to Remain Leading NGL Supplier for Decades  MORE

Chemical Activity Up Again, Now at Seven-Year High  MORE

Shell Acquires BG Group in $70B Oil & Gas Mega-Merger  MORE

VALVEMAGAZINE.COM

Preparing for a Plant Outage

Effective outage planning is a key component to effective management of both the internal maintenance employees and externally contracted technicians that perform the work. Since manpower resources make up a large portion of the total expenses associated with any outage, organizing those resources is as critical as organizing the process itself. MORE

MANUFACTURING & THE ECONOMY

Texas Manufacturing Activity Weakens Again  MORE

U.S. Manufacturers Optimistic Despite Dollar’s Rise  MORE

Survey: Majority of Manufacturers Worldwide Use “Cloud”  MORE

U.S. Industrial Production Down 1.0% in First Quarter  MORE

U.S. GDP Increased 0.2% in the First Quarter  MORE

MW Industries Atlantic Spring

Kimray Inc

MW Industries Mohawk Spring

Crane

Beck Electric Actuators

Conval

Conval

MW Industries Century Spring Corp

Crane

ASCO VALVE

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INDUSTRY EVENTS

May 12-14, 2015
Valve Basics Seminar & Exhibits - 101 & 201
Charlotte, NC
www.vma.org

July 14, 2015
Valves & Actuators 101 - Condensed Course
Houston
www.valve-world-americas.com

July 15-16, 2015
Valve World Americas Expo & Conference
Houston
www.valve-world-americas.com

Oct. 21-23, 2015
Valve Basics Seminar & Exhibits
San Antonio, TX
www.vma.org

 

 

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