After four years of successful restart Vale World 2022 in Düsseldorf • Pomp NL

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A month ago, experts from the valve and valve industry met again in Düsseldorf after four years. As usual, Valve World attracted a very international and knowledgeable audience this time too.

Valve World 2022

The fair took up less halls than last time, but still welcomed 388 exhibitors from 29 countries on a total area of ​​12,000 m2. Particularly striking was the integration of hall 1 with associated conference rooms, where co-organizer KCI provided the content.

After four years of successful restart Vale World 2022 in Düsseldorf
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“In our industry, those involved appreciate the direct discussion about innovations, new products and processes. In my opinion, that is only possible in a setting like this,” says Thomas Weisschuh, Head of Product Management and Innovations AS-Schneider Group. “I think exchanges will continue to hold their position in the mix of B2B communication. For the European region, Valve World Expo is an important exhibition in industrial valves and valves. This is where the industry meets and important decision-makers come to look at the technology of the future.”

Key decision makers

Michael Zondervan of Maverick Valves also experienced that important decision makers visit Valve World, who was able to greet one of the major customers on the first day.

Many wild animals at the stand at Auma. First of all, the ProFox, a compact actuator for gate valves, butterfly valves, ball valves and valves with intelligent functions as a platform concept for customized automation solutions. A large, central LED provides highly visible and clear information about the state of the actuator and the valve.

After four years of successful restart Vale World 2022 in Düsseldorf
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In addition, a tiger jumped from the wall. This refers to the new Tigron, a drive specially developed for the oil and gas sector that is still being introduced in the Netherlands.

‘Data the new oil in assetland’

There were many control and digitization companies there anyway. And as a speaker quoted at the relevant conference on digitization: ‘Data is the new oil for valves and valves.’ He started with the basics by explaining which steps the user can take to guarantee the safety and reliability of his process. The industry still has automated only 25 percent of its assets. ‘A missed opportunity’. While technology already offers so much. Such as a ‘simple’ solution for monitoring and maintenance forecasting that you can install without cables and plug and play. Of course readable on your mobile or in the cloud by scanning a qr code on the asset.

The tip: ‘Put the brain in your manual valves.’

After four years of successful restart Vale World 2022 in Düsseldorf
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Successful

The organization of Valve World also saw many international visitors. Especially many people from India, the USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and several North African countries visited Düsseldorf. Besides, of course, many European representatives. 94 percent of visitors said they would return in two years. In 2024, Valve World will take place from December 3 to 5.

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