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Finding Leaks in Equipment

Any system or component can leak, though some exhibit very low leakage rates. Different leak-testing methods are used, and most follow basic principles such as “test it how you use it.” Some testing finds overall leakage; other tools locate the leaks. Using a tracer gas such as helium, however, allows both those results. MORE
 

IMI Proposes Purchasing PBM 

IMI recently announced it seeks to acquire VMA member PBM Inc., a manufacturer of high-quality industrial valves and flow control equipment for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, consumer products and chemical industries. IMI designs, manufactures and services engineered products in fluid control. PBM will be part of IMI’s Critical Engineering division. MORE

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VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

ValvTechnologies Signs Agreement with Gestra MORE

Flowserve Supporting Shell’s Prelude FLNG Facility MORE

Curtiss-Wright Gets $80M in U.S. Navy Contracts MORE

Emerson Opens New Computer Lab MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

U.S. Oil & Gas Deals Hit 10-Year Low in First Quarter MORE

Exxon Mobil Increases Drilling in Permian Basin MORE

Ongoing Trade Battle Threatens U.S. LNG Export Plans MORE

U.S. Leads Petroleum, Natural Gas Production MORE

Global Chemicals Output Ends Quarter on Strong Note MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Summer 2019:

Digging into Why Coatings Fail

Analyzing why a coating doesn’t do what it’s designed to do requires looking at what led up to the failure. Too often, the analysis begins with someone who didn’t follow instructions.MORE
 

Fall 2019: 

Market Outlook: 2020 and Beyond

Economists give their views on what effects the ups and downs of the market, trade issues, foreign conflicts, material costs, economic cycles, general demographic trends and other factors may have on valve end-user industries going into next year and beyond.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Texas Manufacturing Expansion Picks Up Pace MORE

China Announces New Tariffs on $75B in U.S. Products MORE

U.S. Manufacturing Contracts for First Time Since 2009 MORE

Emerson Survey Shows Interest in STEM Careers, Lack of Encouragement MORE

U.S. Leading Economic Indicators Up in July MORE

 


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