Corrosion Mitigation

Mixing Materials in Corrosive Environments

Selecting materials for a given application is one of the main design steps towards a safe and cost efficient system, yet a commonly overlooked stage, mainly performed from a purely...
On May 31, 2017

Beyond Stainless Steel: Corrosion Resistant Alloys in the Oil and Gas Industry

From surgical equipment to cooking pans to skyscrapers, stainless steel has transformed the world as we know it today. Stainless steel is present in our daily lives and has made a significant impact...
On May 10, 2017

Choosing the Right Tube Clamps for High Temperature Environments

Instrumentation tubing clamps are often used in very arduous environments, where they are faced with severe environmental conditions and high temperatures. The correct specification of clamp is...
On February 21, 2017

Why Double the Seals has Double the Impact in Semiconductor Applications?

Graham Johnson, EMEA Product Manager for Parker Veriflo Ultra High Purity Fluoropolymer Valves, looks at the benefits of two point seal valves for semiconductor applications. The corrosive nature...
On October 20, 2016

Open Access to 3.1 Certificates Gives Competitive Advantage

More and more users are specifying high-performance alloys and metals - for purposes such as minimizing the risks from corrosion damage and extending the lifecycles of processing equipment in harsh...
On March 22, 2016

One Smart Solution For Preventing Corrosion Between Tubing

According to a nationwide report conducted in the USA, corrosion costs industry over $276 billion every year. Understanding how to control it is paramount to running a safe, productive...
On March 16, 2016

North Sea Expertise Provides Key Benefits for Customers

Parker Instrumentation Products Division has been actively involved with oil and gas companies operating in the North Sea throughout the 50+ year history of exploration and production. During...
On August 26, 2015

Instrumentation Solution Ideas – Delivered to Your Door

Keeping up to date with the instrumentation connection technology that helps you to do your job might seem onerous at times. Despite the omnipresent web, you may well be reluctant to click on...
On August 17, 2015

How to Avoid H2S Embrittlement in Instrumentation Connections

Development of sweet – CO2 containing – oil and gas fields is fast becoming a thing of the past. Depleted reserves mean that energy companies are now being forced to develop more and more sour fields,...
On June 16, 2015

NORSOK M650 Compliance – An Essential Prerequisite for the Offshore Industry

High quality standards form the mainstay of the offshore oil industry’s drive to improve reliability and prevent accidents. Over the past 10 to 15 years, the industry and its suppliers have made huge...
On March 19, 2015

Understanding Corrosion in Challenging Offshore Applications

Corrosion is a major problem in offshore environments due to extreme operating environments and the presence of aggressive corrosive elements. In a wide range of offshore applications seen in the Oil...
On August 6, 2013

Avoiding Corrosion Offshore

If you are an instrumentation engineer designing systems for offshore oil and gas platforms, you don’t need us to tell you about corrosion damage. It’s a huge and well recognised problem, especially...
On July 23, 2013

Process Control Technologies and Key Markets

Process control is the technology of regulating processes to provide stable and consistent output. Parker strengths include process instrumentation, semiconductor, power generation, medical and...
On July 1, 2013