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
On February 21, 2017
Providing uninterrupted power generation for monitoring and control
equipment is essential in many oil and gas upstream, midstream and
downstream applications, from a safety, economic and...
On December 6, 2016
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
Jim Breeze, product manager, Instrumentation Connectors and Process
Valves for Parker Hannifin, looks at how a clever, inexpensive
innovation can help prevent fitting leakage and failure. In...
On October 11, 2016
Alex McDiarmid, Design Engineer at Parker, Instrumentation Products
Division Europe in Sheffield, has recently been shortlisted for the
British Engineering Excellence Awards ‘Design Engineer of...
On September 20, 2016
Step 6 – Material Selection Choice of the correct
material based on corrosion resistance, process fluid, temperature
and cost is essential. This can be discussed with the Parker team,
On September 9, 2016
Here are some essential steps to help ensure your instrumentation
tube and fittings system is as safe as possible. Step 1 – Consult
the manufacturer One of the main causes of multiple leaks in...
On August 16, 2016
The zenith of rubber material technology is in perfluoroelastomer
compounds, also known as FFKM. Sometimes considered the rubber
version of PTFE, a perfluoroelastomer contains a fully...
On August 2, 2016
Tareq Abdelrazek, our Specification Manager for the Middle East
& North Africa, discusses the issue of standardisation on large
industrial projects. Oil and gas procurement can be an...
On July 8, 2016
In the second part of this post, Brigitte Pennington, Product
Leader at Parker Conflow looks at methods of reducing the effects
of Respirable Crystalline Silica (RCS) and how to implement a
On May 31, 2016
Safety is vital in quarries and cement plants and dust inhalation
can be a major problem. Responsible quarries are taking notice
of HSE guidance and implementing dust suppression systems to...
On May 25, 2016
Energy companies are seeking to recover oil and gas from ever
deeper offshore locations and the cost of retrieving subsea
equipment for routine maintenance, repair or overhaul is escalating
On April 12, 2016
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
On March 22, 2016
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
Most public drinking water supplies in the developed world are
treated with a disinfectant chemical such as chlorine, to eliminate
any harmful organisms and to preserve the quality and safety of...
On December 16, 2015
The demands on instrumentation systems designed for offshore
applications continue to mount inexorably. There is a renewed focus
on safety and reliability, driven by high profile accidents such as
On November 27, 2015
In recent years, the number of large-scale oil and gas processing
plants sited in remote locations such as the Arctic regions has
increased significantly. As well as exceptionally low...
On November 6, 2015
Of the many transport fuel choices available today, none plays a
more strategic role than natural gas in having an immediate and
major positive economic and environmental impact. But of the two
On November 3, 2015
Four years ago, the International Energy Agency (IEA) asked “are we
entering the golden age of gas?” Today, the North American shale
gas boom, expansion of LNG trade, and new LNG and natural gas...
On October 29, 2015
In recent years, Emissions Control Area (ECA) legislation and the
high price of fuel has led to a need for ship owners to seek
alternatives to oil as a marine fuel. Liquid natural gas (LNG) has
On October 5, 2015