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Processing & Handling :: Liquid, Gas and Air Handling :: Valves

September 1, 2012

Valves: An Open and Shut Case

Improvements in valve technology allow processors to improve performance while reducing leaks

Though times are changing, many of the traditional challenges associated with running a chemical processing plant remain the same. For years processors have been asking for leak-proof, high-performance valves, but it is only recently that valve manufacturers are employing new technologies, designs and materials that improve performance and reduce leaks....

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