THE VALVE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION AND
THE FRIENDS OF THE CRAWFORD LIBRARY
ARE PLEASED TO PRESENT THE
Seminar & Exhibition
Oct. 29, 2009
REGISTER ONLINE AT VMA.ORG>EVENTS
Are you a newcomer to an industry that
uses industrial valves and actuators?
Do you sell, distribute or
specify valves and actuators?
Would you like to enhance
your career prospects?
Are you seeking cost-effective
basic training for your personnel?
Would you like a first-hand look at
the products used in today’s industry?
If you answered
“yes” to any of
then you will
benefit from this
Houston, the heart
of valve country!
Why a Valve Basics event?
Many experienced valve
professionals are leaving the
industry due to retirement. In
addition, education on valve and
actuator essentials is inadequate
in most engineering and technical
schools. Plus, in today’s tough
economic climate, companies are
seeking fast, affordable ways to
get their new hires up to speed.
Your one-day registration ($275) includes:
Valves 101, a 2½-hour education session + program
Actuators 101, a 2½-hour education session + program
Entry to a tabletop exhibition featuring valves, actuators,
controls, and related products and services
Numerous networking opportunities
All meal functions, including continental breakfast, lunch,
coffee breaks and reception.
Half-day ($150) and exhibit-only ($75) options available
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Valves & Actuators 101
A new program designed to provide basic
education on industrial valves and actuators