Valve Forum Technical Track Live "Watch-Along" event Sept. 13-15
There's just one week left before the VMA Valve Forum Technical Track Live Watch-Along event.
There’s just one week left before the VMA Valve Forum Technical Track Live Watch-Along event.
The most comprehensive virtual gathering place for all those in the valve industry value chain, the Virtual Valve Forum offers solutions, content and business opportunities for the valve, valve actuator and valve automation industry. Thought leaders will present on manufacturing, technical, repair, marketing, management and other business topics.
The Technical Track is designed for experienced technical and engineering personnel working with valves and related products. This year’s track is offered over three days, focusing on IIoT/Predictive Analytics, trends in end-user seat testing requirements, standards updates and much more.
How does a "watch-along" work?
It's easy! Simply access and watch the Technical Track following the schedule below and "meet up" virtually with the presenters and your colleagues at the live Q&As.
Monday, Sept. 13
- Valve Installation Best Practices for Fugitive Emissions
- Strategies to Prevent Cracking in Cold Forged Components
- Additive Manufacturing and Standardization Review
Tuesday, Sept. 14
- Valve Leakage Tests — a Performance Standard?
- Metal Sealing Technology for Severe Service Valves
- Getting the Most for Your Experimentation Buck
Wednesday, Sept. 15
- U.S. Industry Standards Update
- ISA TR 96.05.02 Insitu Proof Testing of Automated Valves
- Critical Elements of Valve Design in Space Exploration Applications
What if I can't "watch-along"?
That's okay! While the "watch-along" format is the best way to experience the Valve Forum, if you can't make it, the Technical Track will be available to watch on demand for the remainder of 2021. When you register for the Valve Forum, you will also receive access to the Manufacturing Track that is currently available, along with the Repair Track and Management & Marketing Track upon their release later this fall.
Learn more and register at www.vma.org/valveforum.
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