Hunt Valve Reveals True Value of High-Pressure Water Valve Maintenance

Hunt Valve, a fluid power engineering company specializing in severe-duty valves and components, has published a new infographic designed to help plant and maintenance engineers understand the importance of preventive maintenance for high-pressure water valves. Download this free resource to learn how preventive industrial valve maintenance impacts overall system performance and safeguards a facility’s bottom line. valve maintenance infographic

“When it comes to preventive maintenance for your high-pressure water valves, it’s the follow through that really makes the difference,” explained Brad Sterner, Hunt Valve’s president and CEO. “If you implement a reliable program and allow it to mature and thrive, you’ll realize several long-term benefits including decreased maintenance costs, increased productivity and enhanced workplace safety.”

Hunt Valve’s latest infographic features the latest statistics from five areas of high-pressure water valve maintenance:

  1. Lack of maintenance: Find out how a lack of industrial valve maintenance is directly related to component and system failure.
  2. Reactive maintenance vs. preventive maintenance: Compare the cost benefits of these two types of maintenance programs.
  3. Valve maintenance cost savings: Discover how a 20 percent maintenance effort can generate an 80 percent reduction in machine operating costs.
  4. Downtime: Learn how preventive maintenance significantly reduced downtime for one plant.
  5. Preventive maintenance inspections: Find out how much maintenance manpower should be consumed by preventive maintenance inspections.

To learn more about industrial valve selection and maintenance from Hunt Valve, visit

About Hunt Valve

Hunt Valve brings decades of fluid power engineering innovations and solutions to a wide range of industrial and military customers. It specializes in severe-duty valves and complementary engineered components and system solutions for applications that include primary metals (steel, aluminum), energy (nuclear, hydro, downstream oil & gas), process (chemical) and U.S. Navy nuclear-powered vessels, including all submarines and carriers in operation as well as the Virginia Class, Ford Class and soon-to-be-in-production Ohio Replacement. To learn more about the Experts in Extreme Engineering, visit

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