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Are Your Valves Leaking?

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a.saji
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Re: Valves aren't what they used to be
a.saji   6/11/2013 10:35:27 AM
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@Rob: Thank you for the link. It was very useful. 

Rob Spiegel
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Re: Valves aren't what they used to be
Rob Spiegel   6/10/2013 6:52:44 PM
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That's an excellent suggestion, TJ. I'll bring it up when the content team is together next week.

a.saji
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Re: Valves aren't what they used to be
a.saji   5/31/2013 1:20:04 AM
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Will you'll have any archives for this thing ? I would like to check it out.   

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Re: Valves aren't what they used to be
Rob Spiegel   5/28/2013 8:51:09 PM
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No, TJ, I'm not aware that any student groups are attending these webcasts. That's a great idea.

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TJ McDermott   5/28/2013 8:34:39 PM
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Rob, do you know if any university classes are joining the webinar?  Seems like an easy resource to mine by student engineers.

Or, an easy way to get to new readers...

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Valves aren't what they used to be
Rob Spiegel   5/28/2013 8:22:32 PM
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This webcast will dig into the world of new developments in valves, new materials, new ways to test valves. Let the experts show you what's emerging in valves.

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