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VSP Attends ASME PVP Conference in San Antonio, TX July 15-19.

Posted in Events, News on July 16, 2019
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Be sure to stop by our display table at the ASME PVP Conference in San Antonio, TX this week. Jerry Waterland (VP Sales & Engineering), Anita Bausman (Senior Applications Engineer), Dale Rice (Environmental Engineer) and Ross Dupre (Site Services Engineer) will be on hand throughout the week to discuss how VSP's fluid-sealing management programs and proprietary products can reduce your total cost of ownership.  
In addition to being available at our table and chairing a various sessions throughout the week, our engineering team at the conference will also be presenting on a number of topics:
Dale  - Comparison of EN 13555 Gasket Test Data with Predicted Leak Rates Derived from Draft PVRC Equations (PVP2019-93061) - Tuesday Afternoon

Anita - New Leakage Requirements of ASME B16.20 and Current Generation Spiral Wound Gaskets (PVP2019-93928) - Tuesday Afternoon

Ross - Impact of BFJA Training on Bolted Flange Joint Assembly Reliability (PVP2019-93679) - Wednesday Morning

Anita (co-author on behalf of primary author Justin Aycock) - Variables Affecting Nut Factors in Bolted Flange Connections (PVP2019-93721).- Wednesday Afternoon  

About VSP Technologies

VSP Technologies is the largest dedicated fluid-sealing products distributor in the United States, with an approach focused on managing every part of the gasket-use process to make improvements that save customers time and money. The company’s innovative programs have enabled more than $135 million in cost savings to date for its corporate customers and made VSP Technologies one of the most trusted and respected names in the fluid-sealing industry. The company offers products from more than 20 premium manufacturers, as well as several of its own patented products and designs. More information about VSP Technologies is available at www.vsptechnologies.com.