CHECK VALVE MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Often overlooked, proper check valve maintenance is critical over the valve’s life cycle. Protect your assets, such as steam turbines in power plants, against severe damage which could ultimately lead to plant downtime.
Join this webinar to learn more about the proper maintenance schedule and troubleshooting techniques for check valves.
OUR CHECK VALVE RANGE
Our Atwood & Morrill® check valve offering optimizes performance under a wide range of operating pressure conditions and environments.
As the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), we have the technical expertise and experience to understand the design and application of our valve.
Also, as the OEM, we have access to the original drawings and installation operation and maintenance manuals. Join this webinar to learn how to protect your steam turbine by maintaining your extraction check valves.
September, 22nd 2022
Who Should Attend:
EPC Companies, End Users, Engineering and Project teams working within the Oil & Gas, Water Transmission/Distribution, Desalination, and Power Generation sectors.
The webinar is free to attend, simply register below.
Attendees will also receive a certificate of completion equal to 0.1 professional development credit.
Limited space is available!
RSVP today by completing the form below.
Product Manager, Trillium Flow Technologies
Jeff has provided technical solutions to the Power Industry for 30 years while serving in multiple Engineering and Manufacturing leadership roles. He has collaborated with our customers and suppliers at their facilities to resolve the industry’s many challenges. Jeff earned a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York and currently serves on the Valve Manufacturer’s Association Technical Committee.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Steve has served the valve needs of customers for 34 years in various aftermarket and new equipment roles. He is currently the Chairman of the Valve Manufacturer’s Association Market Trends Committee. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and an MBA from Salem State University.