U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief an Excellent Educational Resource

Although hydraulics and pneumatics have a major impact on our world, it is often up to NFPA and our members to help educate our customers, colleagues and students on the importance of the fluid power industry. The first step to educating our communities on fluid power is to explore the magnitude of its impact ourselves. The new U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief provides you with the resources you need to explain the reach of our work to both those who don’t know about the industry and those who don’t know enough. Everyone is welcome to download the report, member or not, and doing so will equip you with the tools you need to spread the word about our industry including:

  • Hotspots for fluid power employment
  • Details of the NFPA educator network
  • University research efforts
  • And much more

Jumpstart the conversation about what you do and why by downloading the ultimate tool for spreading fluid power awareness.

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