What does VMA stand for?
VMA stands for Valve Manufactures Association
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As you search through the Valve Industry Buyers Guide, be sure to look first for the quality companies that are entitled to display the (Valve Manufacturer Association.
Valve Magazine is published by the Valve Manufacturers Association.
British radio and Valve manufacturers Association (BVA) was a cartel of radio valve manufacturers in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) that was designed to protect their interests from foreign competition. This cartel dictated (among other things), the price of valves (vacuum tubes) and how they were numbered (supposedly designed to make it difficult to identify American equivalents, which were typically half the price [retail] in the United States of America [USA]); however USA types manufactured in the UK by companies such as Brimar sold at the same price as their UK counterparts due to the BVA's insistence.
Would you like to speak with someone about jobs in the valve industry? The hundred-plus companies that make up the Valve Manufacturers Association.