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Are you using the best possible valve for your process?

Release date 10/16/2012

Selecting the correct valve for lime slurry control consists of numerous factors. One of them is comparing different types of valves in the market, and finding out about their features. Flowrox, a worldwide supplier of heavy duty industrial valves and pumps, will discuss these features in Valve World 2012 Conference on Tuesday 27 November.

Mr. Todd Loudin of Flowrox Inc. will address the advantages and disadvantages of different types of valves, which might be utilized to control the flow of lime slurry. His presentation focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of each valve category, and discusses the most likely causes of failure or potential problems of each type of valve. The presentation focuses on the most common types of valves used in heavy slurries.

Mr. Todd Loudin is President of Flowrox Inc. in Linthicum, M.D., and has nearly 20 years of experience in valve technologies through Flowrox. He has Bachelor of Sciences in Marketing and an MBA degree from Loyola.

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