October 31, 2016

Volume 4 of Troy Valve Times Released

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Our latest issue of the Troy Valve Times is packed with new and exciting information. We are happy to announce that our cast 316 stainless steel mud valves are now NSF/ANSI 61, 372 approved. Learn more about what that means for you, as our customer. We also have a recap of our trip to WEFTEC in New Orleans and a product spotlight on our new valve position indicator – the solution to your valve position puzzle.

Among other items included is a contest update. We’re still accepting suggestions to name our new valve position indicator. We’ve received wonderful responses so far and are still considering entries and hope to have a winner to announce in the near future.

Other highlights include celebrating Mark Morgan, machinist; a message from our president, Mark Powers; and a request for reader photos of our products in exchange for a token of our appreciation and the chance to be featured in an upcoming issue of the Troy Valve Times.

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