Valcor Releases New White Paper on O-Ring Obsolescence

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Valcor Engineering Corporation has just released a new white paper on O-ring obsolescence, entitled “Managing Component Obsolescence in Nuclear Service Valves.”

Valcor Engineering Corporation, a world-class designer and manufacturer of custom precision fluid controls for nuclear, space, aircraft, and scientific/industrial industries, has just released a new white paper on O-ring obsolescence, entitled “Managing Component Obsolescence in Nuclear Service Valves.”

This paper discusses existing obsolescence regulations and a recent example of the steps taken to handle such an event. Replacement of obsolete components can require extensive evaluation and testing to verify the replacement component meets the initial design and qualification requirements.

“This has been another opportunity to demonstrate our unwavering support and our long-term commitment to our customers in the nuclear research and power industries,” stated Steven Gatcomb, Nuclear Sales & Marketing Director.

The full paper can be found here:
https://www.valcor.com/managing-component-obsolescence-nuclear-service-valves/

About Valcor
Valcor Engineering Corporation (http://www.valcor.com), founded in 1951, designs and manufactures solenoid valves and other fluid control components, as well as subsystems, clutches, brakes and OBIGGS systems in critical applications in the aerospace, nuclear, light industrial and scientific industries. Headquartered in Springfield, New Jersey, Valcor’s world-class staff of engineers, designers, and technical support personnel utilize fully equipped, modern test facilities to test the most precise and exacting standards.
With a library of more than 18,000 designs, Valcor’s design team can modify existing technology to suit practically every hard to handle application. Valcor specializes in custom applications and can create an entirely new product to meet your needs.

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