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Don't Let a Leaky Valve Derail Your Project

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Does your application require leak-free valves? Of course it does. But that's not always as easy as it sounds if you're working with applications where system integrity is vital. Some recent product and technique developments allow you to better achieve leak-free operation, which is the topic of this webcast. We will bring two experts to explain these new developments, and how you can maximize them to design a product that best meets your needs.
 

What you will learn:

Not all valves are equal. Understand the tradeoffs associated with each
Learn which applications can handle which types of valves
See where you can economize, and more importantly, where you can't
Size does matter, especially when it comes to leak-free operation
What does "plug and play" really mean?


Date: May 29, 2013 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 45 Minutes with Q&A

 

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Presenters Include:

Rob Clippard
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc.

Rob Clippard is a 15 year veteran of using pneumatic components in thousands of applications. Advising and partnering with companies across many different industries, Rob has worked on projects ranging from NASA and the international space station, medical devices and analytical equipment to paintball markers, amusement parks and pinball applications. Rob's greatest asset is creativity and working on teams to achieve the best solution possible. Rob's main competitive advantage is fostering relationships and bringing together unique ideas to solve an applications needs.


Don Parr
Vice President, Sales
Zaxis Inc.


Moderator:

Rob Spiegel
Senior Editor, Design News
UBM Canon

Rob Spiegel is a senior editor at Design News. He has covered technology for two decades. He has held senior editor positions at Electronic News and Ecommerce Business. He has served as contributing editor at Automation World, Supply Chain Management Review, and EDN. He has covered environmental issues for Design News for the past 10 years. His articles have also appeared in Logistics Management, Upside, Supply Strategy and Line 56.