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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

What Lies Ahead for Water/Wastewater and LNG

Although the uncertainty the pandemic has created extends to valve end-user markets, experts speaking at a recent VMA webinar say there are some positives to be noted. The webinar addressed the water/wastewater and LNG markets, and speakers had both cautionary and optimistic viewpoints about what will happen. MORE

Control Valve Maintenance: To Repair or to Replace?

At first glance, it may appear repairing a control valve would be more economical than replacing it with new equipment. However, many factors are involved in addition to the actual repair, and a look at the overall picture, including factors such as shipping and spares availability, can reveal replacement is sometimes a better choice. MORE

Valve Industry Buyers Guide
 

VMA MEMBER AND VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Baker Hughes Supplying Golden Pass LNG Project MORE

Crane Co. Chairman to Retire After 47 Years with Company MORE

Conval Appoints Stevens as Inside Sales Manager MORE

Curtiss-Wright CFO Tynan Retires, Replaced by Farkas MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

IEA: Energy Demand May Never Recover After Pandemic MORE

U.S. & U.K. Chemical Industries Begin Bilateral Trade Negotiations MORE

EIA Expects Lower Natural Gas Production in 2020 MORE

Falling Oil Prices Drag Down U.S. Business Investment MORE

Chemical Activity Barometer Sinks in April MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Spring 2020:

Maintaining Hygienic Diaphragm Valves

The hygienic valves used in the biopharmaceutical industry face challenging pressure and temperature requirements on top of the need for cleanliness. The best way to ensure they stay hygienic and functioning is through a process-specific preventative maintenance program. MORE
 

Coming in Summer 2020:

Is Beauty Only Skin Deep? NDE in the Valve Industry

Nondestructive evaluation (NDE) is used every day in both manufacturing and aftermarket settings to verify the quality of valve components. An article in summer’s issue will discuss common NDE practices and how they are used to verify quality and meet specific industry/customer requirements.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Small Business Optimism Continues Two-Month Slide MORE

Global Manufacturing PMI Down Big in April MORE

U.S. Factory Orders Down 10.3% in March MORE

Dodge Momentum Index Trips on COVID-19 in April MORE

U.S. Sheds 20.5M Jobs in April, Unemployment Rate 14.7% MORE

 


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