In an effort to improve worker safety, the United States
Occupational Health and Safety Association (OSHA) has issued a
Final Rule to limit occupational exposure to respirable crystalline
On October 23, 2017
When people hear the word vacuum, most think about the machines
used to clean your home. However, there’s an entirely different
meaning in manufacturing that helps enhance how we live our daily
On October 18, 2017
A cleanroom is an environment maintained to ensure minimal levels
of environmental pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes,
aerosol particles, and chemical vapors. It is critical for...
On September 20, 2017
To meet the needs of today's ever-changing hospital environments,
medical equipment manufacturers are under pressure to design
smaller, lighter and more portable devices without...
On August 9, 2017
If the excitement of the construction industry takes your breath
away, congratulations! You’re in the right business. But
construction workers may have shortness of breath for a far more
On August 1, 2017
Be it in the production of food, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics or
medical devices coming into contact with the human body, excellent
purity and media resistance combined with a wide range of...
On July 27, 2017
Selecting the right EMI shielding material for your application can
be challenging. A new Conductive Elastomer Engineering Handbook
published by Parker Chomerics offers detailed technical
On June 14, 2017
The substances used in the food and in the chemical process
industries are identical in many cases, whether they are of natural
origin or synthetically produced. Irrespective of their
On June 9, 2017
As the Internet of Things continues to set the pace for innovation
in condition monitoring and diagnostics, it’s important to
recognize potential where little existed before. Developing
On April 12, 2017
Single-use systems (SUS) for up- and downstream processing in the
pharmaceutical industry have become widely accepted in recent years
due to their advantages in many operations, such as...
On January 31, 2017
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
In the medical industry, oftentimes it is necessary to test a
single blood sample a number of times. Other times, a patient may
need to be injected with multiple doses of a medicine or...
On December 28, 2016
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
For challenging automation motion control applications such as
packaging machines and rotary tables, some servo drives need to be
housed outside the electrical cabinet. Although the traditional
On November 3, 2016
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
On October 18, 2016
Most pharmaceutical manufacturers produce drugs in large vats of
living cell cultures. For the production of these drugs, it is
extremely important to ensure that these cell cultures are not
On September 14, 2016
As the Internet of Things (IoT) leaps forward, Parker continues to
introduce new products rooted in condition monitoring and
diagnostics that improve predictive maintenance across numerous
On September 12, 2016
We’re happy to announce that Team Poly-Scientific Design from
Cleveland State University (CSU) has taken first place in the first
ever Stretch Your Mind Engineering Challenge. Team ROM 2.0 from...
On June 16, 2016
As the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) continues to help drive
technological innovation, Parker is rolling out new Cloud-based and
high-strain sensors to the condition monitoring sensors...
On June 14, 2016
Computer scientist Alan Kay is famous for saying “The best way to
predict the future is to invent it.” To gain a better understanding
of what that future might look like, Parker Hannifin...
On May 25, 2016