Nominations to Fluid Power Hall of Fame Due April 15

The International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) is accepting nominations for this year’s Fluid Power Hall of Fame in recognition of individuals – innovators, researchers, application engineers, educators, as well as sales and service personnel – who have made significant, lifetime contributions to the fluid power industry.

Nominations for 2022 will be accepted until April 15, 2022. Any person can nominate an individual, living or deceased, who demonstrated excellence within their 25+ year fluid power career.

A panel of judges will review all applications and select the inductees, which will be announced on June 19, 2022 – Fluid Power Professionals’ Day.

For eligibility requirements or to nominate someone, visit FluidPowerHallOfFame.org.

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