Repair Meeting



The valve and actuator repair industry is probably one of the hottest topics in the BVAA at the moment, and the association has formed a new dedicated working group to help develop a new repair Code of Practice. The group held its third meeting recently at the National Fluid Power Centre in Nottinghamshire, a shining example of what can be achieved when industry and customers come together to co-operate on training and qualifications, and particularly ‘tests of competence.’

Discussing the responsibilities of the product OEM, the owner and the repairer has not been proven easy in our meetings, and strongly held views are have been robustly traded! What is clear is that everyone involved is converging on a commitment to ‘raise the bar’ in valve repair. We are however particularly keen at this stage on getting more user involvement, contact rob@bvaa.org.uk

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 10


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