Welcome to the Trillium Flow Technologies FlowCast, a podcast sharing expertise and insights on engineered valves, pumps, and actuators across power, oil and gas, general industry, and water and wastewater sectors. Tune in and learn what it's like to have the confidence you want through every stage of the life of your operation.
The world of pressure relief values is a global one, with opportunities growing each day. And it was in another section of the globe, Bryan Voytilla, Global Product Director, Pressure Relief Valves at Trillium Flow Technologies, recently found himself. Voytilla recently returned from Trillium’s two manufacturing facilities in France, and he brought home some timely […]
The amount of data, data sources, tools, and technologies has increased tremendously, and companies have had a hard time keeping up. Some companies have kept up and evolved to make sure to thrive in their sectors. Trillium is one of those companies thriving. On this episode of FlowCast by Trillium Flow Technologies, Host Hilary Kennedy […]
On this episode of FlowCast by Trillium Flow Technologies, host Courtney Echerd talked with Neil Langdown, Global Product Director of Pumps at Trillium, about the fourth industrial revolution in the pump industry. The first industrial revolution was mechanization, with things such as the water wheel, windmill and steam power. The second was around the early […]
Why does someone choose to do business with one company over another? What’s the differentiating factor? In this episode of FlowCast, a Trillium Flow Technologies podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sought to answer that question with Trillium Divisional Managing Director Nick Adcock, an accomplished global business leader with experience across several key markets, including oil and […]
Anyone who has tracked the energy industry over the past decade can affirm just how much the market has changed. But, in all that time, many legacy companies remain at the top of their field. How do these companies adapt to this constantly changing environment, and what can other energy professionals learn from them? […]