Fluid & Gas Handling

Position Sensing of Mechanical Components in Rail Increases Safety

Whether train driving is done manually or automatically, human being remains responsible for safety. Man is increasingly assisted by automatic means to control and communicate with his machine. This...
On November 14, 2018

Results-Driven Approach to Improve Productivity and Quality in Injection Molding

Lighter, versatile, non-corroding and cost-effective. These are some of the advantages as to why manufacturers are increasingly replacing metals with plastics for product development....
On November 13, 2018

Oil Changes Are Not So Traditional with QuickFit

Lubrication is essential to machine maintenance. Equipment properly lubricated reduces wear and tear during production, ensures temperatures are in check with operational standards,...
On November 1, 2018

Five Things You Need to Know to Implement Condition Monitoring

A history lesson isn’t necessary to know manufacturing has evolved over time. From the advent of mechanics to the electrification of factories for mass production to equipping production lines...
On October 11, 2018

When Seconds Matter Firefighters Entrust SCBA Equipment to Stay Safe

The PASS (Personal Alert Safety System) alarm sounds. Smoke and flames engulf the area. Your breathing air supply is quickly diminishing. Evading the fiery scene is not an option. In this crucial...
On October 4, 2018

Parker Awarded the Esteemed IATF Certification 16949:2016

  We are pleased to announce that Parker Low Pressure Connector Europe Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, has been awarded the new...
On September 27, 2018

Hydraulic Traction Drive Systems Modernize Railway Vehicles

Since 1997, Chvalis, a premier distributor of Parker Hannifin based in the Czech Republic, has been focusing on the development and construction of hydraulic systems for the needs of general industry...
On September 20, 2018

No More Spills! 8 Reasons Why You Need a New Oil Change Process

A routine oil change is anything but routine. Fleet engines and industrial machinery pose a variety of challenges that make conventional oil changes time-consuming, messy and hazardous for the...
On September 14, 2018

Proper Assembly Steps for 37° Flare Fittings Using the Flats Method

Properly assembling your fitting connections help to ensure that your systems install and stay leak-free. This is why we have started a series of assembly posts/videos featuring the proper assembly of...
On September 6, 2018

Fluid Conveyance and Asset Tracking in Mining

As one of the leading suppliers to the mining market, Parker provides its customers with a broad portfolio of fluid handling technologies capable of increasing the efficiency and productivity of ore...
On August 31, 2018

Proper Assembly Steps for Parallel Thread Adjustable Style Port End Fittings

Properly assembling your fitting connections help to ensure that your systems install and stay leak-free. This is why we have started a series of assembly posts/videos featuring the proper assembly of...
On August 28, 2018

Western Canada Pressure Pumping Company Improves Reliability With PTS

One of the largest pressure pumping companies, (as measured by horsepower) worldwide was having problems coming up with a way to track hydraulic hose assembly history on their coil tubing and pressure...
On August 14, 2018

Prevent Failures by Monitoring Your Compressed Air System

Compressed air is one of the most critical and expensive utilities in any manufacturing facility. That said, maintenance and monitoring of this crucial system are largely ignored. When it is given...
On August 9, 2018

Assembly Instructions for Ensuring Leak-Free O-ring Face Seal Fittings

No matter what type of port, tube or hose ends your fittings have, it's important to know and use the proper assembly and installation steps. Today we are talking about O-ring Face Seal (ORFS)...
On August 9, 2018

Point-of-Care Testing Requires Microfluidic Precision

Point-of-care testing (POCT) is a rapidly expanding segment of the healthcare industry, especially for at-home care and disease management. This expansion is driven by an increasingly diverse array of...
On August 7, 2018

Key Cold Weather Design Factors for Connector Technology in Rail

Cold weather may force designers to reconsider the usual technical choices regarding rolling stock systems. Combining ergonomics of use, a cost-effective approach and technical performance are...
On August 7, 2018

Six Reasons Why the EO-2 Is the Most Reliable Fitting for Rail

The reliability of every component is significant for the design engineer of modern railway vehicles if they are to function smoothly in the long term. The EO-2 fitting has been extremely reliable for...
On August 2, 2018

Why Stainless Steel is Perfect When Corrosion Resistance is Vital

Hydraulic fitting materials need to have the strength and corrosion resistance necessary to safely withstand the challenges of hydraulic systems in harsh environments. Hose fittings aren't typically...
On July 26, 2018

Learn How Cold Weather Affects Connector Design for Rail Applications

In a European context favouring a unique rail system, the design and use of trains are becoming increasingly complex. They must comply with a wide range of specifications and regulations...
On July 25, 2018

Non-Adjustable Parallel Thread Port End Assembly Instructions for Hydraulic Fittings

No matter what type of port or tube ends your fittings have, it's important to know and use the proper assembly and installation steps. Today we are talking about proper assembly of...
On July 24, 2018