Valve World Expo & Conference

November 29 – December 1, 2022
Düsseldorf, Germany
Visit Valmet at Valve World Expo.

Welcome to visit us at stand 3D53 to find out the latest in the wide range of Valmet’s flow control offering. As Valmet’s Flow Control business line, created following the merge with Neles in spring 2022, we are focused on delivering mission-critical flow control technologies and services for the continuously evolving process industries.

Our valves, valve automation and pump technologies are known for quality, reliability and highest safety. We serve variety of process industries, including pulp, paper and bioproducts industry, renewable energy, oil and gas refining, mining and metals processing, chemicals and other process industries. Our extensive portfolio consists of industry leading valves, valve automation, pumps and related services, including the renowned Neles™, Neles Easyflow™, Jamesbury™, Stonel™, Valvcon™ and Flowrox™ solutions.


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Conference presentations by Valmet experts

Digital solutions: leveraging data from smart devices

November 29, 2022
Digitalisation at 13:30 - 15:00
Ramakrishna Koti
Ramakrishna Koti
Global Sales Manager, Control Performance, Automation Systems

The IIoT is not entirely new to the world of valves.  Smart positioners have been monitoring plant conditions for more than 20 years. My presentation will show how existing valve and instrument data can be used to improve reliability, and to make significant improvements to production and quality.

Maximize reliability with modern, data-driven shutdown planning

November 29, 2022
Predictive maintenance at 15:30 - 17.00
David Anderson
David Anderson
Head of Service Project Support and Promotion, FC MRO and Service Business Line

Turnaround, shutdown, and outage valve scopes have a significant impact on future plant performance. Join my presentation to learn proven methods and tools to leverage data and ensure successful shutdowns.

Managing valve wear in FCC slurry oil service

November 30, 2022
Severe service at 13:30 - 15:00
Jussi Hellman
Jussi Hellman
Materials Engineering Manager, Valve technologies

Fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) is an important upgrading process to convert heavy oil feedstock into products, such as gasoline, light fuel oils and olefin-rich gases at oil refineries. My presentations discusses case examples from the FCC process and introduces ceramic and metal matrix composite (MMC) materials.


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