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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

How to Keep Threats at Bay

As beneficial as Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0 and other smart manufacturing initiatives have been to industry, they’ve also created threats. When information technology and operational technology converge, they work together to create a safer advanced manufacturing environment. MORE

Optimism Continues to Reign

The manufacturing sector remains one of the brightest spots in the economy with nine consecutive quarters of optimism about growth, according to the first quarter 2019 Manufacturers’ Outlook Survey from the National Association of Manufacturers. MORE

 

VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Rotork Used for Shale Oilfield Pipeline’s Solar Solution MORE

IndianOil Selects Emerson to Modernize Refinery MORE

EnPro Industries Announces CEO Succession Plan MORE

Emerson Opens Permian Basin Service Center MORE

Weir Selling Flow Control Division MORE


 

END-USER NEWS

Global Chemicals Output Starts 2019 on Slow Note MORE

New Methanol Plants to Increase Natural Gas Use MORE

FERC Approves 234-Mile Midship Pipeline MORE

Hackers Targeting U.S. Energy Industry MORE

ExxonMobil Expanding Baton Rouge Operations MORE



Figuring out the Slam Bam

In the second installment of “The Adventures of Duke Waters,” the author meets his mentor for the first time, who helps him solve a mystery involving check slam and teaches the young engineer to look beyond the obvious for a cause. MORE

U.S. Will Lead Transformation

IEA says the strength of the U.S. shale industry means this country will lead oil supply growth over the next six years, exporting more oil than Russia and closing in on Saudi Arabia by 2024. This will bring more diverse markets. MORE

VALVE MAGAZINE

In Winter 2019:

Keeping MSIVs in Top Condition

Because main steam isolation valves (MSIVs) play such a critical role in nuclear applications, keeping them running at optimum performance levels is vital. Winter’s issue addressed maintenance of these valves. MORE
 

Spring 2019 will cover:

The Case for RFID

Ultra-high RFIDs are not only a much more accurate way to track valves and other assets, they promise to minimize plant costs and provide a more accessible way to view records.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Manufacturing Technology Orders Surged in January MORE

U.S. Added 20,000 Jobs in February MORE

Manufacturing Staff Productivity Up 2% Last Quarter MORE

Fourth Quarter GDP Increased 2.6% MORE

Most Economists See Recession Within Three Years MORE

 


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