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Hunt Valve, a fluid power engineering company specializing in severe-duty valves and components, has published a new infographic designed to help plant and maintenance engineers understand the importance of preventive maintenance for high-pressure water valves. Download this free resource to learn how preventive industrial valve maintenance impacts overall system performance and safeguards a facility’s bottom line. valve maintenance infographic

“When it comes to preventive maintenance for your high-pressure water valves, it’s the follow through that really makes the difference,” explained Brad Sterner, Hunt Valve’s president and CEO. “If you implement a reliable program and allow it to mature and thrive, you’ll realize several long-term benefits including decreased maintenance costs, increased productivity and enhanced workplace safety.”

Hunt Valve’s latest infographic features the latest statistics from five areas of high-pressure water valve maintenance:

  1. Lack of maintenance: Find out how a lack of industrial valve maintenance is directly related to component and system failure.
  2. Reactive maintenance vs. preventive maintenance: Compare the cost benefits of these two types of maintenance programs.
  3. Valve maintenance cost savings: Discover how a 20 percent maintenance effort can generate an 80 percent reduction in machine operating costs.
  4. Downtime: Learn how preventive maintenance significantly reduced downtime for one plant.
  5. Preventive maintenance inspections: Find out how much maintenance manpower should be consumed by preventive maintenance inspections.

To learn more about industrial valve selection and maintenance from Hunt Valve, visit http://www.huntvalve.com/resources/#sthash.Yk1pAxnY.dpbs.

About Hunt Valve

Hunt Valve brings decades of fluid power engineering innovations and solutions to a wide range of industrial and military customers. It specializes in severe-duty valves and complementary engineered components and system solutions for applications that include primary metals (steel, aluminum), energy (nuclear, hydro, downstream oil & gas), process (chemical) and U.S. Navy nuclear-powered vessels, including all submarines and carriers in operation as well as the Virginia Class, Ford Class and soon-to-be-in-production Ohio Replacement. To learn more about the Experts in Extreme Engineering, visit http://www.huntvalve.com.