New England Valve and Controls Blog Provides Insight and Knowledge to Technical Side of Industrial Valves
Fort Edward, NY, June 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Produced by RENCOR Controls, The New England Valve and Control Expert is a new blog intended to be a valuable source for learning about high-end, engineered valves and valve control systems.
“We see the need for quality instructional information about high end valves and their application,” says Pat Herlihy, President of RENCOR Controls. “Traditional ways of educating users of industrial valves, controls and actuation are fading. It used to be the sales engineer would be the application expert and teacher, but today people are using the Internet to teach themselves. Its much more difficult for customers to justify the time sitting with sales people anymore. The need for web-based knowledge is more important than ever and we hope the New England Valve and Control Expert Blog will help.”
Some of the topics included on the blog are: Choosing Between Pneumatic and Electric Actuators; Pneumatic Rack and Pinion Actuators; Declutchable Manual Override Gear Operators; Lined Ball Valves; One-piece, Forged Steel, Metal Seat Valve for Critical Applications; NEMA Classifications for Electric Actuators; Valve Terminology; Considerations for Sizing Spring Return Pneumatic Actuators; AWWA Valve and Actuator Standards; Coker Valves; Cavitation in Control Valves; Oxygen Service; High Temperature Gas Service; Safety Relief Valves; and Chlorine Ball Valves.
The blog presently contains over 50 information scenarios involving industrial valves with new entries being added every week.