Industrial valves & fittings at VALVE WORLD EXPO

ecoMetals-trails will happen for the first time

Industrial fittings and valves are indispensable for all industries. They connect industrial processes, control flows or separate different media such as water, gas or oil from each other.

From the smallest microvalve to industrial valves weighing several tons – at the world’s largest and most important trade fair for industrial valves, VALVE WORLD EXPO Düsseldorf, the entire range of products and applications will be presented in halls 1, 3 and 4 of Düsseldorf Fairgrounds from 1 to 3 December 2020.

In parallel, the VALVE WORLD Conference will be organised and held in the new exhibition hall 1 by KCI.

The VALVE WORLD-Forum will follow in Hall 3 with a free lecture programme on the first day of the fair. Vulkan-Verlag is organising a one-day, German-language programme here.

On the second and parts of the third day of the fair, KCI will be providing international slots in English. Whether short introductions to different work processes or practical explanations of various applications – the forum ensures a compact exchange of information.

Committed to the environment – this is the idea behind the ecoMetals campaign, which is being conducted for the first time as part of VALVE WORLD EXPO. A guided tour is available daily during the fair (ecoMetals-trail) to exhibition stands of exhibitors who produce in a sustainable, resource-saving and emission-reduced way. The daily tours start from the new Entrance South.

Interested exhibitors can register and get the chance to inform the participants of the ecoMetals-trails personally and in detail about innovations from their company at their exhibition stand for a nominal fee. Interested companies can register directly at the project office of Caroline Schmidt,

Further information on the trade fair and the accompanying conferences can be found on the Internet portal at

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