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Advanced Pressure Control in a City Water System

A water district in Asheville, NC that developed a pressure management system is discussed by a water utility executive, a consultant and a valve manufacturer involved in the process. They share lessons learned, roadblocks encountered and issues such as the role of pressure-reducing valves in a municipal water system, reduction in non-revenue water and return on investment. MORE

Chem Industry Slowed in 2019; 2020 Forecast Improves

While trade issues and other challenges caused overall production to expand at a slower pace in 2019 and going into the new year, new capacity linked to shale gas advantages will provide some tailwinds for 2020, according to the American Chemistry Council. Total chemicals trade will contract by 3% in 2019, then recover by about 1% for 2020. MORE

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VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

ValvTechnologies Recognized as Fittest Company in Houston MORE

Future Neles Corporation Signs Distribution Agreement MORE

Emerson Named to Food Logistics’ Annual List of Top Providers MORE

Metso’s Valve Business Opens New Service Centers MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

Dallas Fed: Texas Oil Sector Contracting MORE

U.S. Chemical Production Fell on Weaker End-User Markets MORE

In 2018, the U.S. Consumed More Energy Than Ever MORE

Coal Use Plummeting in U.S., Europe MORE

Chemical Activity Barometer Signals Soft Gains in Commerce MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Fall 2019:

Materials for Additive Manufacturing

The ingredients for 3D printing methods vary according to potential applications, equipment and processes used and challenges the finished product or model face. MORE
 

Winter 2020:

Automating Old Sluice Gates

A popular solution for replacing old fluid power systems is to mount electric actuators directly on sluice gates. Taking this action presents some technical challenges, but many benefits as well.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Durable Goods Orders Down 2.0% in November MORE

Consumer Confidence Down in December MORE

Tariffs Leading to Losses in U.S. Manufacturing Positions MORE

Texas Manufacturing Activity Expands Modestly MORE

NAM Survey: Manufacturing Stabilizes in Fourth Quarter MORE

 


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