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7 Days until MAC Valves Europe will be Exhibiting at Glasstec 2012!

Posted by Kristin Sweeney on Mon, Oct 15, 2012 @ 15:46 PM

7 days till glasstec 2012


7 Days till Glasstec 2012!

With over 20 years of experience in the hollow glass industry, MAC will present our latest innovations designed to increase pack to melt of glass plants.

Until opening of the fair, we will regularly inform you about our solutions.
The next solution we would like to bring to your attention is NEW GENERATION HIGH FLOW
3/2 Way Universal Valve Designed for IS Machinery:

Glasstec 2012 MAC Valves Europe

Glasstec 2012

We look forward to your feedback online and are delighted to welcome you in Düsseldorf from Oct 23rd to Oct 26th!  MAC's stand is located in Hall 14 Booth 14D17.

You can find more information about Glasstec at:

Topics: MAC Valves, air valve, MAC Valves Europe, glass industry, glasstec, control air valves

Control Air Valves - They're Everywhere!

Posted by Kristin Sweeney on Wed, Aug 10, 2011 @ 08:55 AM

Control air valves - they're everywhere!  The funny thing about them (valves) is that many people take them for granted (thinking "a valve's-a valve's-a valve....") until they take time to compare.

Don't take for granted that you need to change/repair your control air valve every 6-12-24 months, because when you have a valve made or modified to your specific needs, there can be several advantages to give you maximum performance for your machine. control air valves

These advantages can include longer life, more repeatability, speed, or that part of the performance that is most important to your machine and your customer.  Not all machines are the same, therefore not all air valves are the same either.  Control air valve modifications geared toward your needs are key in maximizing your machine or application's performance, and the possibilities are endless.

To help brainstorm and configure the best solution for your machine so that you can get the most out of your control air valve performance, contact a MAC Sales Engineer or contact your local MDN distributor for assistance!

Topics: air valve, control air valves, life, repeatability, speed