Pascal Society Overview Video

The Pascal Society, the annual, charitable giving society of the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation, dedicated to meeting the technology and workforce needs of the U.S. fluid power industry, was first announced in August 2014 at NFPA’s Industry & Economic Outlook Conference. Named after Blaise Pascal, the French mathematician, physicist and inventor whose famous law describes the fundamental principle that gives fluid power its force multiplier effect, the Pascal Society is a vehicle for those seeking to create a similar effect for the fluid power industry.Eric Lanke NFPA CEO

The following video by Eric Lanke, NFPA CEO, presents an updated overview of the Pascal Society. Published on November 26, 2014

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