To Coat Valves or Not Coat Valves...

Valves are used to control or moderate flow of gases, liquids, and slurries, and contain ...

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Valve Industry's Role in Climate Change

Located within a half mile of two water and wastewater treatment facilities ...

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Salt Creek Coating Test

Located within a half mile of two water and wastewater treatment facilities ...

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Chemical Process Industry

Titanium tetrachloride (TiCL4), often referred to as "TICKLE", is a dense colorless organic compound with many uses ...

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Test Drive a Check Valve

Selecting a check valve is similar to buying a new car. There are many types of ...

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Investing in Clean Water

New York to invest $2bn in clean water infrastructure as part of Clean Water Infrastructure Act of 2017 ...

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Improve Safety Around Stationary Equipment

Workplace law requires all employers to provide their workers with a safe workplace and equipment in which ...

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MSS Publishes Revised Standard

The Manufacturers Standardization Society (MSS) announces that the substantially revised Standard Practice, SP-44-2016...

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APWA Project of the Year

The Thornton Composite Reservoir, part of a massive Chicago-area combined sewer tunnel collection system that helps...

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What is Cavitation?

Cavitation can occur in valves when used in throttling or modulating service. Cavitation is the sudden vaporization...

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