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Valve World 2016

The Global No.1 Exhibition for Industrial Valves Opens Its Doors

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

More than 660 exhibitors from 40 nations attend Valve World Expo in Düsseldorf. The whole range and variety of industrial valves will be presented in three halls at Düsseldorf fairgrounds.
More than 660 exhibitors from 40 nations attend Valve World Expo in Düsseldorf. The whole range and variety of industrial valves will be presented in three halls at Düsseldorf fairgrounds. (Source: Messe Düsseldorf/ctillmann)

They are made to work everywhere and still vary widely in size and application: fittings that ensure safety in the oil and gas industries, channel fluids through chemical plants, control the supply and drainage of water, gas or highly corrosive media or regulate the correct flow in the beverage industry.

Covering the entire spectrum of industrial valves, Valve World Expo has just opened its doors (from 29 November to 1 December) in Dusseldorf, Germany. The exhibition range encompasses valves, valve components and parts, actuator drives and position controllers, compressors, engineering services and software, associations and publishers.

638 exhibitors from 39 countries have registered: Most European companies come from Italy, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, France, Turkey and the Netherlands. Overseas visitors will mainly come from the USA, India, Taiwan, South Korea and China.

The entire spectrum of industrial valves will be covered by Valve World Expo in three exhibition halls from 29 November to 1 December: the ranges encompass valves, valve components and parts, actuator drives and position controllers, compressors, engineering services and software, associations and publishers.

For three days the exhibition halls 3, 4 and 5 will then become the No. 1 international meeting point for the industry, for valve specialists and expert users from many user industries. Users come from the fields of oil, gas and petrochemical industries, chemical industry, food industry, marine and offshore industries, water and waste water management, automotive and mechanical engineering, pharmaceutical industry as well as power plants.

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At this early point in time over 19,600 square metres of net exhibition space are already occupied. 638 exhibitors from 39 countries have registered. Most European companies come from Italy, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, France, Turkey and the Netherlands. Overseas visitors will mainly come from the USA, India, Taiwan, South Korea and China.

The accompanying technical “Valve World Conference 2016”, organised by KCI in Hall 4 discusses topics of the future such as material selection, new technologies and processes for the production and application of valves, new energies and the analysis of new services, an in-depth debate about the structure of the industry.

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