Fluid Gas Handling

Expanding Your Diagnostic Capabilities with Wireless Sensors

When it comes to a successful predictive maintenance strategy, diagnostics is king. Being able to pull meaningful information from your assets allows you to detect patterns in their performance,...
On March 27, 2017

How to Improve Steam Hose Safety in Petrochemical Refineries

Due to its size and complexity, a petrochemical refinery offers many potential safety hazards, one of which is rubber steam hose that blends into the scenery and presents many hidden-in-plain-sight...
On March 22, 2017

8 Simple Tips for Maintaining and Replacing Your Mast Hose

Does your mast hose look like this? Employees often overlook hoses during routine maintenance checks for material handling equipment, which inevitably leads to machine down time and lost...
On March 20, 2017

Measure and Specify Hydraulic Hose Length With Ease

Many hose installers are not trained on how to correctly measure and specify hose length. As a result, a replacement hose may end up being either a little shorter or a little longer than the...
On March 16, 2017

Step-By-Step Hydraulic Hose Assembly

Are you looking for step-by-step instructions for making a hose assembly? The basic method of making a hose assembly is the same for every machine and we’ve outlined the steps below or you can watch...
On March 9, 2017

Turn any Wired Sensor into a Wireless Device with a 4-20mA Transmitter

Unless you’re a risk-taking, daredevil type, you likely have some sort of diagnostic infrastructure in your facility. And while there’s no discounting the benefit of wired diagnostic solutions, any...
On March 7, 2017

Parker’s Most Powerful Diagnostic Tool is Now Wireless

Every year, manufacturing processes get leaner to ensure companies stay competitive. Part of that is to keep assets working and avoid shutdowns as much as possible. But without a solid...
On February 23, 2017

Setting the New Standard for Mobile Asset Diagnostics

Parker has supplied mobile equipment OEMs and dealers with diagnostic solutions for decades. But getting accurate readings on mobile equipment safely has always been a challenge for OEMs and end users...
On February 9, 2017

Advanced Liquid Valves Expand Microfluidic Possibilities

Liquid valves are a critical component in the next generation of analytical equipment used for clinical diagnostics, analytical chemistry, environmental monitoring, agent detection, and other life...
On February 7, 2017

Flexible Displacement Sensors Improve Medical Diagnostics

Over the last few years, advances in the Internet of Things have led to some incredible technological breakthroughs across multiple industries. Leveraging concepts like advanced condition...
On January 20, 2017

How to Choose a Heated Enclosure System Supplier for Power Generation

The surge of activity in new combined cycle power plant construction, retrofit, and expansion has led to a greater need for engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services. Busy...
On December 1, 2016

Working Together: Safety and Maintenance Tips to Ensure Hydraulic Hose Success

Safety is of utmost concern when it comes to hydraulic systems, including the selection process, maintaining and replacing hoses. Hydraulic hoses are going to a cylinder that distributes power. So, if...
On December 1, 2016

Parker’s High-Strain Displacement Sensor Wins Gold at Sensors Midwest

Parker Hannifin is pleased to announce that it received the Gold Award for its new High-Strain Displacement Sensor at the Best of Sensors Midwest Awards. The Awards recognize new and...
On November 15, 2016

Successful Hydraulic Hose Assembly Starts Here

To say that hose is an important part of a hydraulic system is a huge understatement. Hydraulics have become progressively more complicated. Pressures keep getting higher while hose dimensions become...
On November 9, 2016

How to Easily Connect Users to the Digital Plant

The Internet of Things (IoT) has given way to breakthroughs in everything from safety and efficiency to better decision-making and increased revenue generation. In power generation, the rise of...
On November 2, 2016

Condition Monitoring Solutions for Power Generation Plants

Gas and steam turbines are staples in the electricity generation industry. As the market becomes more competitive, keeping assets running efficiently at power generation plants is more critical than...
On October 27, 2016

IIoT Drives New Opportunities in Condition Monitoring

In the last decade or so, we’ve seen a fast-paced implementation of Internet-driven technology into our daily lives. It can be overwhelming to think about. Remember the last time you made...
On October 24, 2016

Reduce Combustion Turbine Downtime with Leak-Free Extreme Temperature Fittings

All around the world, the cost of turbine downtime is a critical issue. These tough environments that operate under constant stress can cause serious issues for your hydraulic fittings, which can lead...
On October 20, 2016

What You Need to Know About SAE vs ISO Specification for Hydraulic Hoses

Why are there different hydraulic hose standards and what do they mean for you and your application? For decades, SAE J517 has published guidelines for 100R1 through 100R12 series hydraulic hoses....
On October 20, 2016

How Fluid Type Affects Solenoid Valve Choices

In industrial applications, the successful transfer of fluids requires different types of valves to open and close the flow. Solenoid valves are a popular choice because they offer rapid automatic...
On October 18, 2016