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VMA Virtual
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

Valve Companies Helping with COVID Medical Equipment

VMA members are making headlines for responses to COVID needs. A story about Emerson explained how the company is providing valves to automakers now making respirators. MORE Richards Industrials received media attention after being asked to provide valves for ventilator testing. MORE

Pressure Relief Devices Vital to Many Operations

The devices that relieve built-up pressure are critical to safe operation of plants in many of the industries that use valves. Understanding their makeup, what they do and what codes they must follow is essential. MORE Understanding the different ways they operate ensures the right designs are selected. MORE

Valve Industry Buyers Guide
 

VMA MEMBER AND VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Groth Corporation Joins VMA MORE

Victaulic Names Rick Bucher President MORE

Flotech Moves Valve & Automation Shops to New Facility MORE

Badger Alloys Names Richard Flahive Operations Manager MORE

Emerson Selected for Seismic Interpretation Application MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

U.S. Ethanol Exports Fell for First Time in Four Years MORE

Gas, LNG Sectors See Volatility in Their Future MORE

U.S. Oil Output Curbs to Triple in May, June MORE

API Report Shows Impact of COVID-19 on Energy Markets MORE

U.S. Petroleum Consumption Falls to Decades-Low Level MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Spring 2020:

The Needs of Today’s Up and Coming Engineers

Young engineers today have just enough knowledge about valves to be confused and in danger of making the wrong decisions. Spring’s issue reports on what attendees of VMA basics courses say they need to know and what methods of learning they feel are most effective. MORE
 

Coming in Summer 2020:

Valve Packing: Evidence of Improved Control Valve Performance

PTFE-based valve packing has long been recognized for friction characteristics that provide advantages over standard yarn and graphite sets. An article in Summer’s issue uses end-user data to verify and quantify the benefits of PTFE packing.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

ISM: U.S. Manufacturing Plummets in April MORE

U.S. Economy Shrunk 4.8% in the First Quarter MORE

Contraction in Texas Manufacturing Sector Worsens MORE

Manufacturing Falls at Fastest Rate in 11 Years MORE

Durable Goods Orders in the U.S. Down 14.4% in March MORE

 


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