Filtration

Save on Operating Costs with Cycling Compressed Air Dryers

Refrigerated air dryers are used in many industrial plants as a cost-effective method of removing water vapor from compressed air used to power tools and pneumatic machinery. However, different types...
On December 17, 2016

Design Space and its Use in Single-use Bioprocessing

The design space - a toolbox of validated parts and assemblies - allows an end-user to build any single-use device needed, utilizing a combination of validated parts.    Tubing, filters, connectors...
On December 13, 2016

Does Purity of Nitrogen Purge Affect the Dissolved Oxygen Pickup of Wine?

Winemakers go to great lengths to minimize the Dissolved Oxygen (DO) pickup of their wine. Oxygen in wine can cause discoloration and impact taste and aroma. According to Wines and Vines exposure to...
On December 13, 2016

Nitrogen Gas Generators Save Winemakers Time and Money

Using nitrogen gas in the food & beverage market and wine-making process will protect the wine from the negative effects of oxygen. The presence of oxygen promotes the growth of yeast and aerobic...
On December 12, 2016

How Can Biomanufacturers Achieve Standardization of Single-use Assemblies

Major delays in getting products to market, higher costs generated by design, testing, and management, increased lead times due to low-volume production runs and the changeover processes...
On December 7, 2016

What You Should Know About Boating Fuel System Maintenance

Spring will be here soon and it’s almost time to go boating! But let’s be safe boaters while we’re having fun. Prepare your boat properly and take the time to ensure all components are in...
On December 7, 2016

Why Nitrogen Is Better than Argon for Wine Production

A question often asked in the wine and grape industry is: which is better for wine production, nitrogen or argon? Both are inert gases at room temperature, and both are used for blanketing wine...
On December 6, 2016

How to Choose a Water Treatment System Supplier for Power Generation

Today, ultra-pure water is a primary concern for operators of new and existing combined cycle power generation plants. Whether you are an EPC engineer designing a new power plant or an...
On December 5, 2016

Has Single-use Customization Gone too Far?

Single-use technology (SUT) has been adopted on a global scale since its introduction 20 years ago and its benefits are well-recognized.   Thousands of single-use products are now in use and entire...
On November 29, 2016

How to Prevent Contamination & Corrosion in Demineralized Water Storage Tanks

Power generation plants rely heavily on demineralized and deionized water to maintain required levels of water purity during process operations. Managing the water supply is critical under...
On November 17, 2016

Vineyard Selects Nitrogen Gas Generator for Return on Investment and Ease of Use

During the wine making process it is critical that wine be protected from contact with oxygen. The presence of oxygen promotes the growth of yeast and aerobic bacteria, which can cause spoilage and...
On November 12, 2016

Best Practices for Designing Your Laboratory Gas Delivery System

Very often we take for granted the gas that is being supplied to our instruments, and that it will be of adequate purity and pressure to support our needs. There are a number of factors that can have...
On November 9, 2016

Advanced Fuel Filtration Solutions Support Team Aravi Truck Racing at Le Mans

Parker Racor continues its long-term support of Team Aravi truck racing with the supply of advanced fuel filtration solutions for 2016.  Parker Racor is proud to be one of the sponsors of the Aravi...
On October 19, 2016

Meeting ISO 4406 Cleanliness Standards with Diesel and Biodiesel Fuel

Diesel and Biodiesel fuels may leave a refinery clean, but fuel quality can vary at the time it is dispensed due to contamination accumulated during transport and storage. Operators and...
On September 19, 2016

Parker Balston Extends Warranty on All Industrial Nitrogen Generators

Customers that purchase and install a Parker Nitrogen Generator with a Parker air dryer (refrigerated or desiccant) or another dryer system that supplies compressed air to ISO8573-1 3.2.2 will receive...
On September 15, 2016

Argon or Nitrogen. Which is Best for Your Application?

Argon and nitrogen are quite similar in inertness, but are vastly different in cost, both economic and environmental. Argon, the noble gas Argon is the most common gas in the atmosphere...
On September 15, 2016

Four Sources of Process Variation in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing

Given the difficulty of linking the molecular structure of a complex biopharmaceutical to its efficacy and safety, the industry must maintain that “the process is the product”. Any change to...
On August 1, 2016

Is Standardization Possible in a Custom Single-use World? | Poll Results

A recent Parker domnick hunter webinar discussed the question "Is Standardization Possible in a Custom Single-use World?". The webinar looked at how high levels of customization has led to...
On July 18, 2016

How Refrigeration Dryers Improve Energy and Efficiency While Reducing Costs | Case Study

The Duisburg Base of thyssenkrupp Steel Europe is truly vast. The plant covers nine square kilometres, has 440km of road networks and a working population of 28,000 people and it incorporates...
On July 14, 2016

How to Scale-up Pharmaceutical Filtration Systems | Case Study

For biomanufacturers, using a structured, analytical approach to process scale-up will breed confidence and ensure quality.    By adopting robust experimental design, results gleaned during initial...
On July 7, 2016